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Ovenfork pumpkin wins award

Halloween has come and gone. Did you get many trick-or-treaters?

The seniors had a wonderful party at the Kingscreek Center. Carmen’s daughter, Crystal, carved us a scary pumpkin and painted a pumpkin as well. It was a girl vampire. We won third place and got an award too for the carved one. Everyone had a great time at the party.

Judge Jim Ward and Deputy Judge Eddie Meade cooked for us, and the food was delicious.

Faith Moves Mountains visited for the last time. They have taught us a lot about making nutritional choices and exercise. We sure enjoyed the visits they had with us. Now we all have a pretty tee-shirt to wear and a radio to listen to. I hope the ladies come back and see us.

Linda Curry is going to South Portsmouth, Oh., to visit with her daughter. Sissy has not been well.

Ruby Adams has a new great-granddaughter. She says she has 22 great-granddaughters and four greatgrandsons. What a blessing!

God has been so good to all of us. If you were able to get out of the bed this morning, you’re blessed.

Our prayer list includes: Ruby Adams (she has to have some surgery), Eddie Ryan, Teresa Nease, Paula Ryan, Toby Lewis, Cleda Amburgey, Jacob Raleigh, and Tim Maggard.

Our birthdays this month are: Jean Hunsucker, and John Sayers. May God bless you with many more.

Come and be with us at the center. Everyone’s welcome.

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