CVCS students poster contest winners
Several Central Virginia Christian School students were winners in the Peter Francisco Soil and Water Conservation poster contest. The theme this year was “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.” Placing first in K-first grade was Lydia Waycaster and second was Williams Sutherland. In grades 2-3, Wyatt Haney placed second and Michael Waycaster placed third. Delilah Vaughn received honorable mention for grades 4-6.
Celebrating our pastor’s third anniversary will take place at Oak Hill Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. Pastor Jesse Johnson and Lady Linda Johnson will be honored by guest speaker the Rev. Kippy Lundy of Third Liberty Baptist Church. Oak Hill Baptist Church is located at 1358 Oak Hill Road, Buckingham.
Central Virginia Community Health Center still has room for you to join the Prevent T2 program (Type 2 diabeties) -Transformation Thursdays at noon. If you are interested, pre-register so they can get you the information you need to attend. Contact (434) 581-3271, ext. 10601 for more information. As a reminder, this class is exclusively for pre-diabetics.
Backyard Solution is hosting a Shedding off Summer event on Oct. 19 from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. The event will be held at 14844 N. James Madison Highway, Dillwyn. There will be local vendors, food, crafts, gifts and more.
Maysville Baptist Church now offers AWANA Club. Children in grades k-6 can join at any time. The club meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. every Wednesday. Children can be dropped off or adults are welcome to stay and join in Bible Study. The church is located at 13329 W. James Anderson Highway in the Buckingham Courthouse area.
On Oct. 19, Third Liberty Baptist Church, located at 2244 C. G. Woodson Road, New Canton, will offer a Stewardship Workshop. The event begins at 9 a.m. with registration and breakfast, followed by the workshop at 10 a.m. Hosting the event is Pastor Kippy Lundy and Lady Cynthia Lundy. The guest speaker is Dr. Robert Williams of Christian Tabernacle Church in Richmond.
On the weekend of Oct. 19-20, 4-H’ers and other students are needed to sell paper clovers in front of Tractor Supply in Farmville. Shifts are for two hours from 10 a.m.-noon, noon-2 p.m., and 2-4 p.m. This is part of a weeklong campaign with store employees also selling clovers at the register. Youth could potentially earn $25-50 off camp fees for the two hours spent working the paper clover campaign. Adult volunteers are also needed to supervise youth during the campaign. Training is provided. If you are interested in this opportunity, contact the Buckingham Extension office at (434) 969-4261.
SHERRI WISE is the columnist for the Buckingham Bulletin. She can be reached at email@example.com.