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Announcements: The We Care Missions food distribution will take place on Friday, October 22 at Morton United Methodist Church, 29 Church Street, from 10 a.m. to noon.

MS Homemaker Volunteers Leader Training / The County Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 26 at 1:30 p.m. in the MSU / Scott County Extension Service Meeting Room, 230 South Davis Street, Forest. Everyone is welcome to attend. The program will focus on “Food for thought”.

The Morton Chamber of Commerce has announced that Barter Day is scheduled for Saturday, October 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Farris Park in town around the walking trail. Kiosks cost $ 10. Food stalls are $ 50. Payment must be with the required form. Send an email to [email protected] Lady J Karaoke will be entertaining during the day. Adult Kickball and Cornhole teams are requested to register by applying the required form which can be picked up from Morton Finance, Morton or the above email address. The team fee is $ 20.

A “Fun Fall Festival” will take place on Sunday, October 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Family Life Center at First Baptist Church in Morton. All are invited to enjoy burgers, sets of hot dogs and kiosks. Come in costume if you like (not really scary or gory). Free!

The Morton MHV Club wishes to express its gratitude to the First Baptist Church of Morton for the permission to use the church bus for an out of town outing and to the wonderfully responsible bus driver, Timmy Jolly for safe transportation, as well than member of the Melvin Roland club for his expertise in acting as a navigator.

Congratulations to: Sammye Jean Webb on celebrating his 98th birthday with his family members. Personal wishes of love to a dear friend of the Melvin Roland family and prayers that God’s richest blessings continue for this special lady.

To: Bonnie Chestnut Ivy, who, following her election as Raleigh Care Center Reunion Queen for the annual Raleigh High School reunion parade, has since been chosen as ‘the prettiest’ for the annual Who’s event Who organized in the establishment. Both distinctions well deserved at almost 85 years old (anniversary in November).

To: Joe and Jacqueline McDougal on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary celebration.

Prayers and Concern for: Concern continues for Danny Wayne Watkins, Kyle Roland Sybil and Cookie Lovett.

Sympathy to the families of: Brandon Clay Wallen, Mondell Chambers Williamson, John Norman Sanders, Willie Junior Griffin, Claude Kelso Fisackerly IV, Jimmy Calhoun Harvey, Anita Phillips, Jimmy Boykin Stokes, Jr., Mrs. Daisy Boyd, Olin Guy Lewis, Jr. , Jon Douglas Twiss, Jean Barnes Harrington, Mary Latain Calhoun Blossom, Arthur “Art” Fulgham (requested by Mel Roland’s), Jimmy Price, Tonya Reid and Elizabeth Stokes.

Travel, visit, etc. : Freida Jo and Rose Jenkins, Renae ‘Thompson and Charity Walker were the women who reported a fantastic “girls’ getaway” to a wonderful trip to New England. With accommodations primarily in hostels located in Vermont, they have taken road tours to other states (New Hampshire and Maine). Mainly stick to the fun of small villages, local diners, hikes to better enjoy the spectacular fall foliage and small local shops / businesses. They loved the quaint village of Stowe, Vermont where lots of TV shows and movies are being shot and short trips to major cities, the Vermont capital, Montpelier and Burlington were interesting. They also enjoyed picking apples from local orchards, buying antiques, and harvesting maple sap and delicious sweets made on site. Needless to say, more such trips will be on their calendars.

Many local residents were out of town for Cruising on the Coast / Shrimp Festival events and football games over the weekend.

Sittin ‘and thinkin’: answer to the puzzle of October: name the American state! The land of enchantment… is New Mexico.

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