Stone Mountain News
By Ola K. Norman
Kenny Stoker will be preaching at Garden Creek Baptist Church on Sunday at 9 a.m., weather permitting. If the Stone Mountain State Park is closed there will be no service.
Books ready to check out at Traphill Branch Library include “Hide and Seek” by Kathleen Fuller, “Naomi’s Gift” by Amy Clipston, “Fatal Judgment” by Irene Hannon, “Lethal Legacy” by Irene Hannon, “Into the wild” by Jon Krakauer, “The Sleeping Doll” by Jeffery Deaver, “Horns” by Joe Hill, “Last Night at Chateau Marmont” by Lauren Wershberger, and “Invasion of the Widow’s Club” by Joyce Livingston.
Get well wishes go to Josh Hutchison, who has had the flu, and to Kathleen Roberts, who is not well.
Keep Seth Fairchild, the teenage grandson of Wanda and Walter Hutchinson, in your prayers. He has been fighting cancer for about two years now and has had it return in other places.
Easton Ellis celebrated his 3rd birthday with a party at Round Hill Baptist Church fellowship hall last week. He really had a good time when a friend brought his monster truck and took him for a ride in it.
Happy birthday wishes go to Brian McDaniel and Ashley Holcomb on Jan. 28; Chase Wood, Lucy Cothren, Neil Cothren, Patricia Sidden, Angela Holbrook, Hardin Collins and Lora Nicole Kennedy on Jan. 29; Dennis Norman and Judy Cleary on Jan. 30; Mozelle Holcomb, Betty Billings and Shannon Bryant on Jan. 31; Judy Smith and Bill Reynolds on Feb. 1; and Leora Sidden, Alton Caudill and Arnold Ewing on Feb. 2.
Traphill had a low temperature of 8.9 degrees on Jan 24 and a high temperature of 63.1 degrees on Jan 20. There was no rain during the week of Jan 20-26. Remember to bundle up real good during these really cold days we’re getting lately. Don’t forget a hat and gloves.
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