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2ommunity Section - Page 5 lhursday, October .xl, zvl AND I : The fourth graders at Sweet Water High School recently visited Moundville Park and Museum. While there students ' learned about the Native American mounds and about the Native American culture and customs. i)iiiiliiii:i= !ii '~i Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority to host 8th Veterans' Appreciation Luncheon Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. PSI Omicron Omega Chapter is inviting all veterans in Clarke, Marengo, and Wilcox Counties to the 8th Veterans' Appreciation Luncheon to be held at 12:00 noon, on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Tbomasville Civic Center. (559 West Front Street, Thomasville). Come, bring a guest and enjoy fabulous fun, food, fel- lowship, door prizes and useful information. Welcome to Prayer meet- ing and Bible Study held at the Greater New Hope Baptist Church in Demopolis. Every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Rev. Honoree Lockett, Jr. is the pas- tor; Rev. James A. Purse, associ- ate pastor, Sis. Brenda Sams, church clerk. Eastern Star Baptist Church in Demopolis will be hosting a the'tr Deaconess Annual Brunch on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 10:00 a.m. The theme: Giving Him Thanks. Luke 17:11-16. Rev. Terry Gosa is the pastor. Sis. Betty Jackson will be the mistress of order. Eastern Star Baptist Church Ministers' wives: Carolyn Gosa, Margie Jackson, Clara Purse and Gloria Hawkins Deaconesses: Louise Tucker, Rosa Thompson, Jeanette Allen, Jacqueline Presswood, Deborah Brown, Dessie Williford, Flora Kermard, Emma Pritchett, Jo Willie Jones, Gerri Walker, Hattie Caldwell, Cecela Jones, Mary Williams, Hollie White, Georginia Braxton, Sandra Dawson, Ludell Phillips and Udlie Williams. Welcome to Saints Tabernacle Church of God in Christ Service. Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.; Sunday morning i- Sweet Water High School celebrated Fire Prevention Week with a visit by Smokey the Bear and the fire departments from Sweet Water, Putnam, and Dixon Mills. Pictured are Jasmin Dixon and Brayden Dunn Theo Ratliff Center to BBTCAC to present Dr, Wayne host Community Health, Wellness Fair Flynt, Katie Campbell, 'People and Place in History and Song' The Theo Ratliff Center in conjunction With West Alabama Mental Health Center will be hosting a health : fair which will bring in ven- dors from the community that will offer health services such as: blood pressure, choles- terol, diabetes, HIV, dental, and depression. There will also be educational materials '2:2; regarding topics such as men- z;2-f tal health, nutrition/diet, dis- Since its establishment in ease management, first aid, 2005, Black Belt Treasures community health resources Cultural Arts Center2 (BBT- and much more! This will be held at Theo Ratliff Activity Center, 306 1st Ave., Demopolis, on Wednesday, November 12th from 10am- 3pm. For more info: Theo Ratliff Activity Center (334) 289-2200 or Prevention at West Alabama Mental Health (334) 289-2410, ext. 20206 Thomaston Baptist 74th Annual Homecoming (;~7:. Thomaston Baptist Church, 197 Main Street, Thomaston, will host their 74th Annual Homecoming, Sunday, Oct. 26. Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m.; Worship service will be 10:30 a.m. The speaker for the event will be Dr. William E. Percy, Ill. Music will be provided by Mitzi Gates. There will be a covered dish lunch following the service in the Gertrude Harrell Fellowship Hall Camp Ground Brunswick Stew Dinner, selling, Nov, 8 Camp Ground United to confirm your order. Orders Methodist Church is having a will be taken until November Brunswick stew dinner and 6, 2014. Orders can be picked also selling stew at their up at the Fellowship Hall Fellowship Hall on November between 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 8, 2014. Dinner will be at 12:00 p.m. Free Will dona- tions will be accepted. Stew ; _ will be sold by the gallon for $25.00 and by the quart for $7.00. To order call 295- 5995. If no answer, please leave your name, number and order. We will call you back p.m. We are located on Hwy. 69, between Myrtlewood and Nanafalia. Everyone is invit- ed to come, enjoy the dinner, fellowship and buy some stew to take home. Please call your orders in early, this helps them to know how much to cook. Thank you. CAC) has remained dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and arts of the eco- nomically challenged Black Belt region In cooperation with the organization's contin- uing commitment to preserv- ing and imparting Alabama Black Belt's rich history and diverse cultural heritage, BBTCAC will offer three events scheduled for November 3, 2014. Scholar Dr. Wayne Flynt and Compos- er-singer Kate Campbell will engage participants in narra- tive and song about the histo- ry, culture, and mores of the South. Their presentations will demonstrate how people and place are interconnected through history, culture, poli- tics, and traditions. Dr. Flynt is recognized as Alabama's pre-eminent histo- ry professor and the "con- science of Alabama." He has participated in public pro- gramming throughout the state and the world. Campbell, a former student of Flynt's, has shared the stage with him on numerous occasions as they discuss the connections of his- tory, literature, and music and the ways that they all inform each other. A program will be held for area high school students in grades 9-12 from 10 - llam at Wilcox Academy. Flynt and Campbell will offer students a collaborative exchange of sto- ries'and songs. Flynt will nar- rate with stories and readings from the literary works of noted southern authors. Campbell's musical lyrics accomplish storytelling in a more poetic form of literature, explaining how the history and her personal experience merge to inform the composi- tion of the song. Dr. Flynt's book, KEEP- ING THE FAITH: ORDI- NARY PEOPLE, EXTRAOR- DINARY LIVES, will be the feature of afternoon events. A Book Signing will be held at BBTCAC from 12:00-1:30 pro. Flynt's book is a historical memoir that chronicles his life's work and efforts in rais- ing the social awareness and conscience of the Alabama public, covering his childhood through his career as an emi- nent history professor at Auburn University. BBTCAC's book club, Black Belt Reads will join Flynt for an afternoon book club meet- ing. The final presentation will be a program given by Flynt and Campbell in the Black Belt Art House at 209 Claiborne Street in Camden from 6:00 - 7:30 pro. This pro- gram will focus on the inter- relations of Alabama history and the songs of Kate Campbell. Dr. Flynt will explain the historical and political backgrounds, and Campbell will sing the songs that grew out of those histori- cal, political, or cultural events. These events will be offered at No Charge to the public thanks to generous grant fund- ing from the Alabama Humanities Foundation. Additional program support will be provided by the Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center Guild, Black Belt Community Foundation, Community Foundation of South Alabama, and the Daniel Foundation of Alabama For more informa- tion, or to RSVP, please email info@blackbelttreasures.com or call (334) 682-9878. 14 X 4O SAME Qaa D' Barns at Lower Prices:! Por a bl c s oragc vcrcd sc tup .at your p|acc FR E {l|" Cg |AR{: E. 3 5 day denver" R|IY -- OR- I~ENT TO O~VN - NO C D1T C: C'.K :M Loft Barn 1.0 X 16- 61 YEAR FRONT TO BACK s,),'A RRAN T 1 0()4 Hwy 8,0 Dcmolx~lis, AL ww w.c o ttonstatt:b ~.rn.~ .corn services, 11:45 a.m.; Bible Study, Tuesday night, 7:00 p.m.; Prayer and praise worship, Thursday, 5:00 p.m. Elder Frank Stiff is the pastor. Everyone is invited to worship with us in these services. You are invited to worship with the Cornerstone South Full Gospel South Church in Demopolis. Morning worship services will be held at 1726 Hwy 43, South Peachtree Plaza, Demopofis. Services will start at 8:00 a..m. Sunday morning. Bible Study is every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to come out and be blessed and have a wonderful time in the Lord. Bishop Earnest L. Palmer, senior pastor, teacher; Elder Freddie Washington, 11, executive pastor. The Life of Abundance Family Worship Center, 1526 Lock and Dam Road, Demopolis, invites you to come and worship with them Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m.; Bible Study, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Pastor James Woods, Sr. is the pastor. Twitter: @LOAWC; email: life @ demopoliscatv.com Come join the Women of Faith as they travel to Foley, for South Marengo Fire, Rescue Annual Fish Fry South Marengo County Fire and Rescue Squad will have their Fish Fry on Nov. 1, 2014 at South Marengo Squad Hall, Highway 10 at Mile Marker 36.5, Coxheath. Plate contains fish, hush pup- pies, baked beans, coleslaw, and cake. Fish is cooked in Peanut Oil. $8.00 per plate. Please come and help support your local Rescue Squad. Visit us at our website at www.southmarengofr.org. a day of fun, shopping and lots of food. They will be traveling to Foley on Nov. 20. The bus will be leaving the Eastern Star Baptist Church at 9:00 a.m. and returning at 9:00 p.m. The cost of the trip is $35 per person. For more information about this trip, you may contact one of the following people: Rosa Thompson - 289-3055; Mary Murdock - 289-3080; Ernesfme Mullen - 289-2648 or Jeanette Allen - 289-0987. Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Gallion, morn- ing worship services; Sunday school, 9:00 a.m.; Missionary Bible Class and B.T.U., 9:45 a.m.; Devotion, 10:15 a.m.. Bible class study is held every Wed. evening at 4:30 p.m. Rev. Phillip White is the pastor; Rev. Arthur Adams, associate pastor, Sis. Joann Jones, church clerk. To All Churches and Christian Friends: If you have any church news, vacations, birthdays, or anniversary wishes, club news, or community events, you would like to put in the weekly newspa- per columns, please contact Mrs. Clara M. Purse, community columnist at 334-289-2463 or mail the information to :11307 East Prout St., Demopofi ;'Al '36732. Marengo Colmty Foster and/or Adoptive Homes are needed. If anyone is interested in information on fostering or adopting children, please call Marengo County DHR at 334- 295-2027. Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. We look forward to hearing from you. Welcome to the Eastern Star Baptist Church in Demopolis, 3rd Ave and Arcola Road. "Make it your plan to worship with us every Sunday". Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; BTU, 10:30 a.m.; worship services, 11:00 a.m. Every fourth Sunday Morning Services, 8:00:a.m. Wednesday evening prayer meeting and Bible study, 5:00 p.m. Rev. Terry Gosa is the pas- tor, Sis. Clara M. Purse, church clerk Everyone's invited to wor- ship with us in these services. FAX Service: I~lle ~temorrn~-~t~lJar~et Two Rivers Arts to host low country shrimp boil The Two Rivers Arts Council is having a low coun- try shrimp boil on Saturday, November 1, 2015. We are selling plates for $10 and each plate includes Greene County Farm Raised Shrimp, pota- toes, corn, sausage and a drink. Plates can be picked up on Saturday, November 1 between 11 a.m.-1 p.m. from the First United Methodist Church in Demopolis. ***All money raised from the low country boil will be used to help purchase outdoor music instruments for Riverside Park (next to the city landing). If you would like to buy a low country boil plate, call Morgan or Kelley at the library -289.1595 or ask any Two Rivers Arts Council Board member. 1