ARDMORE, ELKTON, ELKMONT, ANTHONY HILL, ATHENS, BAUGH COMMUNITY, BETHEL, BLACK CAT, BLANCHE, BOBO, BRYSON, BUNKER HILL, CARTERS GROVE, CASH POINT, COFFEE POT, COLDWATER, DELROSE, DELLROSE, ELKWOOD, GOBBLERS KNOB, GOODSPRINGS, HARVEST, HAZEL GREEN, HOLLANDS GIN, LICK SKILLET, LOCKS CROSS ROADS, MACEDONIA, MADISON CROSS ROADS, MINOR HILL, PETTUSVILLE, PINEDALE, PISGAH, PROSPECT, PULASKI, TAFT, THACH, TONEY, U-TAKE-IT
Members of the Ardmore High School Class of 1959 who met June 14, 2019 for their 60th Class Reunion at the Ardmore Senior Center are from left, front row, Robbie N. Tribble, Duane Berry, Wanda Robinson, Thomas Wales, Ann Hargrove, Nellie Smith, Daisy Roper, Myron Brock; second row, Macon Brock, Gary Mitchell, Annie Burns, Marcella Blackwell, Ronny Magnusson, Shirley Glossup, Gaylia Roberts, Billy Joe Broadway, Reba Blakely; third row, Dorothy Bragg, Haskel Mealer, Kenneth Young, James King and Robert Sturdivant. (YCS photo by Denise Wheeler)
North Alabama Insurance Agency Senior Agent Makisha Dollar, left, receives a plaque for 15 years of service and was treated to lunch at Legends in Pulaski in appreciation for her dedication to the local agency and its clients from Martie Norman, right, owner with husband Bill. (courtesy photo)
Former AHS Elementary Teachers Lunch Set
All former administrators, teachers, classroom aides, secretaries, bookkeepers, custodians, bus drivers, etc. of Ardmore Elementary are invited to meet for lunch at Cassie's in Ardmore on Thursday, June 27.
The Dutch treat lunch will begin at 11:00 a.m. Cassie's (formerly City Cafe and Libby's) is located near the railroad tracks.
Please tell all your former co-workers to join us.
Free Movie Night Saturday
Union Hill Baptist Church
The congregation of Union Hill Baptist Church will host Dinner and a Movie Saturday, June 22, at 5:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend the time of family fun, food and fellowship.
Adults and older children will be treated to a family friendly movie. A nursery will be available for small children.
Union Hill Baptist Church is located at 25368 Union Hill Road in Ardmore, TN. Everyone is welcome.
Miss Ardmore Rodeo 2019 Pageant Slated
The Miss Ardmore Rodeo Pageant 2019 is now accepting entrants for the pageant to be held Saturday, July 27. The pageant is open to girls from 0 to 16 years of age.
Contestants will be judged on beauty, poise and personality. Contestants should wear cowgirl attire, i.e. jeans, western shirts, boots, belts, etc. Hats are optional. Do not feel the need to buy anything special. Wear what you have. Hair can be styled however you prefer.
Entry fee is $50 per contestant with a $10 discount for the first sibling. Deadline to enter is Saturday, July 20. Mail entry forms and all fees to: Mary Ann Young, P.O. Box 232, Ardmore, TN 38449. Entry forms may also be picked up and dropped off at Ardmore Police Station.
Fireworks Show Planned At
Elk River Rehab
The public is invited to enjoy a Firework Show Friday, June 28, at Elk River Health & Rehab in Ardmore. The show will begin at dusk.
There will also be a 50/50 drawing during the evening. Ticket are two for $1.00 or three for $5.00.
Bring the entire family for a great show.
Elkmont UMC Hosts VBS
Children are invited to attend Vacation Bible School at Elkmont United Methodist Church June 24-27, from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. Classes will be available for children ages Pre-K through eighth grade.
The theme of VBS this year is "Roar! Life is wild. God is good." This epic African adventure engages the whole herd. At Roar, kids explore God's goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wild life. At Roar, one memorable Bible Point is reinforced throughout each station, each day-making it easy to apply long after VBS is over.
VBS graduation will be Sunday, June 30, at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.
Elkmont United Methodist Church is located at 25444 Children Street in Elkmont, AL. For more information, call 256.732.4301.
VBS Set At Mays Memorial Baptist
Discover Your Strength in God during Vacation Bible School at Mays Memorial Baptist Church. This year's theme is Hero Central and the activities will kick-off Sunday, June 23, from 5-7 p.m. Classes will be held June 24-27 from 6-8 p.m. at the church located at 23636 AL Hwy. 251 (halfway between Athens and Ardmore).
There will be classes for children ages three years through fifth grade. Activities will include music, food, games, a photo booth, face painting, Kona Ice, a visit from Oak-Grove Thatch Fire Department and a special visit from your favorite super heroes.
There will also be a Super Hero Costume Contest. Preschool through adults are invited to enter.
Children will participate in a Mission Project- My Teacher, My Hero. The VBS students and staff will be blessing teachers from Cedar Hill and Johnson Elementary with needed classroom items. Donations of Germ-X, Kleenex, Lysol, pencils, pens, dry erase markers, etc. will be collected for the project.
Pre-register online at maysmemorial.org. A free t-shirt will be given to those who pre-register while supplies last.
VBS Begins Sunday At Concord Baptist
Children and adults are invited to attend Vacation Bible School Classes at the Concord Baptist Church June 23-27, from 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Each evening will begin with a meal served at 5:30 p.m. There will be children's classes for Pre-K through sixth grade following the meal. Adult classes will begin at 6:30 p.m.
This year's theme is "Mission to Mars and Beyond". The Bible verse for the week is Ephesians 3:20, "Glory to God, who is able to do far beyond all that we could ask or imagine by his power at work within us!"
Concord Baptist Church is located at 25500 Concord Road in Toney, AL. For more information about VBS contact Brandi Ezell at 256.278.8436.
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