If you couldn’t find anything to join in on last Saturday, April 5, you really missed out.
All the members of the Lanark Village Association, the Lanark Village Golf Club, American Legion and ladies Auxiliary, Sons of the Legionnaires and Jim the deejay and company wish to thank you all for your continued support and a thank you goes to the volunteers who made it happen.
Tonya’s Hope Day at the Legion was the place to be seen. Can Thomas Lee Brannon barbeque or what? The sides weren’t bad either, ladies.
Guess it’s time to start thinking about your Easter outfit. When you get home from church and lunch Sunday, don’t put it too far back in the closet. You can you wear it again on the first Saturday of May, while you’re watching the Kentucky Derby and sipping your mint julep.
Thanks to Michael Daniels who found and turned in Eleanor’s necklace and the cashier. Eleanor is very happy.
Don’t forget Friday night is hamburger and chips at the Camp Gordon Johnston American Legion Post 82, and pizza on Sundays. Orders taken after 5 p.m. both nights. Call ahead for take out orders at 697-9998. Ya’ll come!
Saturday, April 19, your monthly sugar fix will be ready at the Lanark Village Boat Club from 9 to 11 a.m. You can choose from pancakes/French toast; bacon/sausage; eggs; grits; coffee and juice. You donation of $5 will be collected right inside the door. Enjoy!
Easter Sunday Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 2653
We will have our monthly covered dish on Easter Sunday. Come on over to Chillas Hall before 1 p.m. and find a place for your dish to share. Serving begins at 1 p.m. We will have the drawing for the rod and reel. You can still buy tickets at the meal; $1 each or six for $5.
The weekend of April 25 through 27, will be another fun-filled one. Members of the Lanark Village Golf Club will hold their annual yard sale, Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26. The sale will be held on our golf course. Just follow the crowd.
Time for the Riverfront Festival again. It will take place Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27. Lots of fun and good food. Come on down if you can.
Guess we’ll be at lunch this afternoon. Your donation of $5 will be collected at the desk at the Franklin County Senior Citizen’s Center in Carrabelle. Serving begins at noon. Be watching for you!
Monday, April 7, many of us gathered at the First Assembly of God Church to celebrate the life of another great lady of Carrabelle. Many pictures and family of Mary Fordham. Pray for Mary’s eternal life and for strength and comfort for her family.
Be kind to one another, check in on the sick and the housebound and smile. Jesus loves you.
Until next time, God bless