Belated happy birthday July 26 to Norman Banks. Hope you had a great day.
Summit Church of Hazard had its vacation Bible school a couple of weeks ago. The pastor, Mark Combs, told me they had 70 volunteers and 100 children nightly. God has really blessed this church; it’s really awesome. It’s a great church for young couples and young people, but also good for all ages.
There are Sunday morning services starting at 11 a.m. at the Hal Rogers Forum in Hazard. They also have things going on all week. So if you’re looking for a great church and trying to find you way, it’s a great place to go.
The First Baptist Church had the Lord’s Supper Sunday evening. It was a great service, but I missed a lot of the church members. Where was everyone? You were missed, all of you.
Danny and Lacey Ison had their seventh anniversary on July 24. They spent the week at Myrtle Beach. My granddaughter is two years old, and she called me to tell me that she got in the ocean. I love her bunches.
Next week school starts, and I can’t believe we are going into August. I know we’ve had some really hot weather, but it’s still better than cold.
My sister, Bonnie Bolser of Harrison, Oh., told me it was such a drought that their basement door didn’t want to shut. Their house has settled so much and the dirt had pulled away from their house. She also said that they had cracks in their yard you could get lost in.
Torrance Holbrook has been in Whitesburg Hospital. I hope you get to feeling better soon.
Ann Adams of Mayking has been sick the past few weeks.
I want to send out a big hello to Gaynell Dixon, Ryan and Christie Bailey of Turkey Creek, and of course to James Taylor who sits and plays on computers all day.
I really wish Whitesburg Housing would hire someone to cut the grass weekly. You can’t sit out- side for getting eaten up with ticks, gnats and mosquitoes.
I have two hummingbird feeders and someone sprayed bug killer on them, and I found my flowerpot broken. I just don’t know about these people.
Every other complex I know always has a beautiful lawn with flowers planted. If you plant them here, you can bet someone will cut them down.
So that’s what’s been happening on Bach Court.
Don and Peggy Childers’s daughter, Missy Matthews, is selling bracelets to raise money for the football team for new helmets and gear. So if you buy a bracelet you can look pretty and support your local team.
Really not much stirring from anyone. Come join us at church at the First Baptist Church in Whitesburg. Sunday School at 10 a.m., church at 11 a.m. Sunday evening at 6 p.m., Wednesday at 7 p.m. Choir practice at 8 p.m.
You all come join and you can see me in my choir robe.
Until next week, God bless.