Barbecue chicken dinner is June 9
The Prospect Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary thanks each of you for supporting the chicken supper Saturday.
The Randolph Volunteer District Fire Department will hold its barbecue chicken dinner June 9 from 4:30-7 p.m. The menu will be barbecue chicken, Cole slaw, dessert, coffee and tea, all for a donation at the door.
The Prospect Happy Hats held its May meeting at the Prospect Volunteer Fire Department enjoying the chicken supper. Sue Ellen Case was the hostess; those joining her were Jean Hensley, Betty Meadows, Margaret Stockton, Betty Sumner, Mrs. Betty Sumner, Elsie Wilson and guests: James Hensley, Larry Latham, Richard Stockton, John Ritter, Donald “Don” Meadows and Donald Meadows.
Betty Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meadows had lunch together at Arby’s on Sunday afternoon.
Garland Woodson enjoyed the chicken supper at Prospect on Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith attended the high school graduation ceremony held at Randolph-Henry High School on Saturday. Their grandson, Charles Edward Smith, is a graduate. After graduation, the family gathered for a party at the home of Charles parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Sr. On Monday, the celebrating continued when Jeff Smith took his grandson, Charles, and two of his friends to Lynchburg for lunch, to see a movie and to play arcade games.
The Rev. Buddy Woodson, wife Lois, Garland Woodson and Mrs. Flora Bolt enjoyed lunch at Ruby Tuesday’s on Sunday following the church services at Appomattox P.E. Presbyterian Church at Tuggle. They always like getting together to catch up on family matters.
Mrs. Flora Bolt met Mrs. Susan Reynolds and husband Wayne of Spout Springs and Flora’s granddaughter Stacy Bolt for lunch at Granny Bee’s on May 15. Mrs. Reynolds is president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Farmville Chapter No. 45; Mrs. Bolt is the historian. This was a business meeting. Flora and Stacy enjoyed spending time together the afternoon.
The UDC Farmville Chapter No. 45 will sponsor the Memorial Day service at the Confederate Cemetery on Monday at 11 a.m. Teresa Rone will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Rone is the state archivist of the UDC in Richmond; the Sons of the Confederacy 1581 will also have a part in the program. Seating is limited so please bring a chair. The cemetery is located off of North Main Street just past Ayers’ Building and Supply.
Friends and neighbors are praying for a speedy recovery for Peggy Kelsey, Frances Southall, Charles Southal Sr., Betsy Faraci, Gary Fiscus, Jean P. Derrenbacker, Betty Jean Bolt and Mildred Harvey Shanks.
The Greater Prospect Ministerial Association will conduct its sixth annual community revival June 4-9. The revival will be held at Sulfur Springs Baptist Church at 1743 Sulfur Spring Road, Prospect. This is a six-day event beginning at 7 p.m. each day. Everyone is invited. The following ministers will bring the message: Sunday, Rick Caldwell, Concord Baptist Church; Monday, Robert Clarke, First Rock Baptist Church; Tuesday, Jim Swerdtfeger, Glenn Memorial Baptist Church; Wednesday, Gary Stoots, Prospect Gospel Tabernacle Church; Thursday, Otis Johnson, Peaks Baptist Church; and Friday, Daryl Brown, Calvary Baptist Church.
The members of Appomattox P.E. Presbyterian Church at Tuggle invite you to worship with them each Sunday. Bill Aiken, of Rustburg, will be the guest speaker Sunday.
The membership of Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church at Prospect invites you to come and worship with them every Sunday; Sunday school is at 10 a.m. with worship at 11 a.m. Harlan Austin will bring the message Sunday.
Calvary Chapel-Farmville invites you to worship with them on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. They invite you to join them each week on Wednesday evening for Bible study for all age groups at 7 p.m. The church is located at 302 Industrial Park Road, in the former Stackpole-Carbone building.
Margaret Stockton is the Tuggle News columnist. If you would like to contribute something to the news, call (434) 392-6431 or email email@example.com.