Lanark News July 3, 2014: Donations sought for church’s July 12 yard sale

Donations sought for church’s July 12 yard sale

Donations sought for church’s July 12 yard sale

Published: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 01:41 PM.

Well, here we are starting the seventh month of the year, already. Hope you have a safe and happy Independence Day and weekend.

Guess we’ll see you at lunch this afternoon. Chow line forms at noon. Your donation of $5 will be collected at the desk at Franklin County Senior Citizens Center. Maybe Ann Wilson will be on hand to check our blood pressure. Sarge and the other faithful volunteers will have a good meal for us. Be watchin’ for ya!

Friday, July 4 will find us at the Lanark Village Boat Club. We will have our annual picnic starting at 1 p.m. Just bring a covered dish to share. We will have a great time. I just know it.

Jim the DJ will be on hand at the Franklin County Senior Citizens Center, Saturday, July 5, to provide the music for the Over 50 Dance. Be sure to bring a snack to share, your beverage of choice, your dancing shoes and, oh yes, your main squeeze. Cha, cha, cha…

On Sunday, July 6, you can enjoy pizza at Camp Gordon Johnston American Legion Post 82. Yum, yum! Orders are taken after 5 p.m. Pizza by the slice requires a donation of $1. Bet you can’t eat just one! Whole pizzas enjoyed in the lounge are an $8 donation, and pizza on the run requires a donation of $10. Call 697-9998 to place your order.

Don’t forget about the yard sale, auction and fish fry next Saturday, July 12 starting at 9 a.m. at the Lanark Community Church . Lunch will feature mullet and other fish, Cole slaw, baked beans and grits and hushpuppy bread. All that for a donation of $6. See you there.

Donations for the sale are needed. Bring them to the community church in Lanark Village at the corner of Oaks and Spring streets. If you can’t bring your sale donations to the church, just call 697-4195 and tell Shirley Cox you have some stuff to be picked up. Have a great day and help repair and restore the community church and the parsonage.



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