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Donation help

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Connie Estes, Vice President, Winston Guards #2643, United Daughters of the Confederacy present Christmas cards to Wendy Coates, Activities Director, State Veterans Home, Kosciusko, MS.

Speaker

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Louisville Rotary program January 15 was Lynn McCafferty, project director for Mississippi Tobacco Free.  She gave a very interesting program on the dangers of vaping. Speedy Calvert arranged the program and Brooke Eaves introduced the program.

To be featured

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The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog has selected a limited amount of artist to have their works featured during the Dog Days of Winter event. Terri Cournoyer was selected to have her work above displayed at the exhibition.

Hand hooked rugs

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Pat Sims has loaned some of her beautiful hand hooked rugs to the Winston County Library for a display during the month of January.  “She designs most of the rugs herself and she dyes her own wool,” commented librarian Beth Edwards.  “She really is quite gifted, and I hope that people will take the opportunity to come by and see her works.  She

Fame Church of God

By Pastor C. Michael Haas Jr.

Fame Church of God

Hello everyone. I trust you all had a blessed week.

As most of you already know, we lost a good man this week, a faithful longtime member of Fame church family. He has gone on to meet Jesus.

Prayer Breakfast

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Eugene Poe was the guest speaker at the Controllers 4-H Club eighth annual Unity in the Community Prayer Breakfast. The prayer breakfast was established by Alana Graham of the Controllers Generation II.

Storytime: ‘Mimi and Bear in the Snow’

By BY FRAN SMITH LIBRARIAN WEBSTER COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY,

As the children arrived at Webster County Public Library on a gloomy Wednesday morning, the day brightened up with their smiles and excited voices as well as with God’s sunlight.

Ms. Anita led them in songs, dances and activities such as “ Hello Song,” “Good Morning,” “Snowflakes on My Nose” and “Hands Go Up.”

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Pentecost

And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.

2 And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting.

3 And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them.

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