A big hello from the seniors at Ovenfork Center.
God has sure been busy coloring in His coloring book this week. The leaves are beautiful. Have you taken time to look?
It won’t be long until the snow flies, so enjoy this.
Ruby Adams has put a pretty Log Cabin quilt on the frame. It will feel good when the snow comes.
The seniors had an enjoyable time at the health fair trip to Hazard.
Charlie Ryan made chili for the school. He got carried away with what he was doing and messed up the first kettle by using nutmeg instead of chili powder, so he is really tired now, as he had to start over. At least he is not bored.
Wilma Hampton helped to pick up 16 bushels of potatoes. You are really blessed to be able to work and enjoy yourself, as we get older. Wilma says it never gets boring out her way, either.
Tim Maggard still needs prayer. He came home from Lexington, but had to go back to Whitesburg Hospital. We sure hope he feels better.
Martina Maggard had her knee surgery; remember her also.
Jacob Raleigh needs our prayers still, and we are praying for him daily and for so many more people. Remember Nina Hobbs, also.
Birthdays this month were: Ronnie Halberstadt, Sherry Sumpter and Jean Hampton. Happy birthday to you all.
Our seniors went to Tennessee and had a great time, and enjoyed it so much.
We would also like to send a special thanks to Linda Curry and our Judge Jim Ward, and the Deputy Judge Eddie Meade, for getting us water into our center. We are so glad to have water now. Thanks to everyone who had part in getting it. We are so thankful.
Well, so long from the Ovenfork Center. Come and join us if you can.