Linda Combs wishes a happy birthday to Steve Boggs on Jan. 23, and to David Combs, Jan. 30.
Jessica Boggs has returned to Campbellsville University.
Roger and Tracy Yonts and Brook, of Dahlonega, Ga., spent the weekend with his parents, Duane and Anna Yonts. While they were here they visited with other relatives and we were very happy to see them.
Roger likes his mom’s stack cakes so well that he has taken her recipe and learned to make them for himself. He recently took one to a community gathering. Those people were quite impressed with it. They didn’t know what it was, or even how to cut it. But once they did, they found they really liked it.
Kathy LaMonte of Mississippi called. Shirley’s granddaughter, Gracie Fulton, had her seventh birthday. She celebrated with a party with her family, and another with her friends. Gracie is wanting to come to ‘Missitucky.’ We hope she will soon get someone talked into bringing her.
The church service at Little Cowan last Sunday was turned into a memorial for Brother Echol Head, who had died last week. Wonderful tributes were given by John Banks, Woodrow Fields and J.T. Caudill. Woodrow gave an interesting history of his life. Echol was a faithful, wise and humble preacher who was known and loved by all the churches in the Eastern District Association.
There will be a fifth Saturday fellowship meeting at the Little Cowan Church at 6:30 p.m., this Saturday. People will be attending from the churches in Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky. We expect some good preaching and singing, with refreshments afterward. Everyone is invited to attend.
Elsie says she is feeling well, but she doesn’t have any news.