The ladies at Little Stone Mtn Baptist Church are sponsoring a Bingo and hot dog supper on Saturday at 6 p.m. Proceeds will go toward building a picnic shelter.
There will be a chili and cheese sandwich supper at the BROC Austin meal site on March 22 beginning at 5 p.m. There will be music and cakewalks and lots of good fellowship.
March 24 will be Traphill Day at the Friends of the Wilkes County Library Book Sale. The sale is at 313B Ninth St. and the entrance is at the back of the building with parking off of D Street. Traphill Friends will be manning the sale and the proceeds will go to them to help with needs at the Traphill Branch Library.
Books ready to check out at Traphill Branch Library include “The Dancing Master” by Julie Klassen, “Celebrate through Heartsongs” by Mattie J.T. Stepanek, “Hope Through Heartsongs” by Mattie J.T. Stepanek, “Deadly Intent” by Christiane Heggan, “Lessons in Love” by Yvonne Lehman, “Lights, Cowboy, Action” by Lesley Ann McDaniel, “Murder List” by Julie Garwood and “The Chase” by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg.
Happy birthday wishes go to Willie (Bud) Kennedy, Amy Bowers and Casey Prevette on March 10; Jean Blevins on March 11; Jade Videl White, Larry Norman and Marty Shaffner on March 12; Mackie Lambert and Christian Sidden on March 13; Roger Kennedy, Holly Billings, Cindy Hutchinson Settle & Hallie Lyons on Mar 14, Carolyn Lambert, Karen Whitley & Beverly Bauguess on March 15; and Dean Walsh and Dannetta Renee Carroll on March 16.
Happy anniversary wishes go to Alan and Pat Sidden, who celebrate their anniversary on March 14; David and Linda Adams, who celebrate their anniversary on March 16; Wesley and Barbara Bowers, who celebrate their anniversary on March 16; and Scott and Julie McGrady Strickland, who celebrate their first anniversary on March 16.
Traphill had a low temperature of 23.3 degrees on March 3 and a high temperature of 71.9 degrees on March 9. There was a dusting of snow with .4 rain in the first storm and 2 inches of snow with .9 rain in the second storm during the week of March 3-9 in Traphill. The power outage on Friday made us realize just how much we depend on electricity and how much we miss when it’s not there.