Community hall needs painted
It seems summer has arrived. We will think of this past week when the snow comes in January. We are blessed with cool nights so shouldn’t complain.
Michael Hunsley, Ottawa, is spending his vacation with his parents, Hubert and Helen Hunsley.
The Three-way 4-H Club held their meeting at the fire hall on Sunday afternoon.
Saturday visitors with the Warwicks were Mary Ellen Lusby, daughter Kelly, Amherst, and grandchildren, Nathan and Noah Collins, Wallace.
Bethany and Brianna Warwick, Oxford, spent Thursday with their grandparents, John and Vivian Warwick. Their parents, Deiter and Krista, enjoyed the day in Halifax.
Get well wishes go out to Ruth Warwick, Truro, as she rests at home following a stroke. John and Vivian Warwick visited her on Sunday afternoon.
A community hall meeting was held on Wednesday evening and several items of interest discussed. Anyone wishing to paint the hall, call Helen Hunsley at 447-3463. A musical evening is planned and, anyone willing to help, call the same number.
The Ladies Circle of the Little River Baptist church met on Wednesday afternoon and plans were made for the Sunday Service. We were pleased to have many friends for this service including former pastor Rev. Ken Thompson and his wife, Gloria, Springhill, our MLA Murray Scott and his wife Linda, also from Springhill.
Our church family from Oxford Baptist joined and several other friends from the surrounding communities were in attendance. Our special speaker was Rev. Gerald Morgan, Toronto, who, along with other members of his family, is visiting in the area.
David and Nancy Haner, Truro, and granddaughter Haley, Alyssa, and Myah, had dinner on Saturday with Nancy’s parents, Delbert and Lillian Carter.
Welcome to the new family who have moved in the Boyer home. We hope you enjoy your home here.
Heather and Raymond Milner, Brookdale, visited her mother, Olive Jackson, on Sunday afternoon.
Helen Estabrooks, Brookdale, spent Sunday afternoon with her mother Elda Lowther.
Linda Bird escaped serious injury in the car accident, which occurred last week. We hope the girl in Halifax is soon released.
Wilfred and Betty Adshade, Riverview, N.B., were Saturday evening visitors with Douglas and Ruby Kirkpatrick.
Irene Morgan, Ont., Visited with Darrell and Sheila Thompson on Saturday evening.
Remember: When you’re tempted to lose patience with another, think how patient God has been with you.