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Johnson Baptist Pastor Appreciation
We, the Johnson Baptist Church of Livingston would like to
cordially invite you tome come and share with us as we celebrate
our pastor Rev. Samuel Harris and first lady Cynthia Harris’
Appreciation on Sun., Oct. 12 at 2 p.m. Rev. Obediah Clemons,
pastor of the Greater Outreach Missionary Baptist Church of
Meridian, Miss. along with his choir and congregation will be our
special guest.

Mighty Joyful Aires  6th  Annual Anniversary
The Mighty Joyful Aires would like to invite everyone to celebrate
our sixth anniversary Sun., Oct. 26 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church at
4 p.m. in Cuba where the Rev. Dr. C. L. Walk is pastor. If you can’
t attend pray that it will be a blessing in Jesus name. For more
information call Bro. Marshawn Jones at 205-392-7959.

Samaritan's Purse - Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes
Livingston First Baptist Church -103 Lafayette Street, Livingston
is the drop off center for Sumter County ‘OCC Shoeboxes.'  Every
shoebox gift you pack helps Samaritan's Purse to reach children
worldwide with the good news of God's love and the true meaning
of Christmas.
Collection Week is Nov. 17 - 24. Our times to receive the
shoeboxes is as follows: Mon., Nov. 12 - Thurs., Nov. 20 8:30 a.m.
- 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.; Friday, Nov. 17 - 8:30 a.m. -12 p.m.;
and Monday, Nov. 24 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
If these times are not convenient, please call the church at 652-
2261 and I will arrange to meet you at your convenience.
GIFT SUGGESTIONS: TOYS! Beautiful doll, a deflated soccer ball
with pump, stuffed animal, cars, musical instruments, puzzles,
such as toothbrushes, bar soap, washcloths, combs, etc;
ACCESSORIES such as socks, hats, t-shirts, flipflops, hair bands,
sunglasses, sewing kits, jewelry, small bowl, etc.; PERSONAL
NOTE and photo of you and your family or group. If you include
your name and address, the child may be able to write back.
DO NOT INCLUDE used or damaged items; war-related items,
seeds, chocolate or food; out of date items, vitamins, breakable
items or glass containers or aerosol cans.
If you buy plastic containers, please make sure they are the size
of a regular shoebox. Plastic containers can be used by the
children to store their items or haul water.
Please give me a call for any information that I can help you with.
We have a few Samaritan's Purse shoeboxes and labels available
to be picked up at any of the hours listed above.

Eutaw's Annual Historic Homes Tour
Eutaw's Annual Historic Homes Tour for 2014 will be Held Sat. and
Sun., Oct. 11 and 12. We look forward to your joining us.  The
antiques and flea market shops will be open for your perusal, food
will be available for purchase, and Civil War re-enactors will be on
hand with stories.

West Alabama Walk-A-Thon 2014
Tuscaloosa Chaper of The Links, Inc. is proud to co-sponcer the
annual West Alabama Walk-A-Thon 2014 to promote health
awareness in the community. The West Alabama Community will
join countless Americans across the U. S.. walking to raise
awareness of the value of walking and improving their personal
health. Look for the green and white balloons at Annette N.
Shelby Park, 1614 15th St. in Tuscloosa, 8-10 a.m. Sat., Oct. 11.
Eeach participant is asked to bring nutritional, non-perishable
items which will be donated to local food charities. Tables
featuring American Heart Association, March of Dimes, American
Diabetes Association and Sickle Cell Fondation of West Alabama
will be hosted by the Tuscaloosa Chapter of The Links, Inc. an
international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946.

Red Springs Assembly Camp Meeting 2014
Red Springs Assembly Camp Meeting, five miles south of Butler,
mile marker 10, will be Oct. 6 - 10. Vesper service is at 6:30 p.m.
Night service is 7:30 p.m.  For more information contact 205-673-
2284, 205-457-4900, or 251-242-8324.

DuggHill P. B. Annual Choir Day
We the members of the Dugg Hill Community Choir, cordially invite
you to our annual Choir Day Celebration Sun., Oct. 19 at  2  p.m.
at DuggHill P. B. Church, 3700 Mundy Road, Coatopa. Please
plan to atten. Your participation would be greatly appreciated.
Each choir or group is asked to register at the door and you will
be called in the order of registration.

Enjoy the Majesty of Fall; Join the Arbor Day Foundation in
October And Receive 10 Free Autumn Classics Trees
The Arbor Day Foundation will brighten up your fall by offering 10
free autumn classics trees when you join the organization in
The free trees are part of the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation’s
Trees for America campaign, a program dedicated to
environmental stewardship through the planting of trees.
Everyone who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in October will
receive 10 free autumn classics: Two sugar maples, two red
maples and one each of scarlet oak, sweetgum, northern red oak,
silver maple, white flowering dogwood and Washington hawthorn.
“Members will especially enjoy these trees during the autumn
months because they’ll add abundant, vibrant color to any yard or
landscape for years to come,” said Matt Harris, chief executive of
the Arbor Day Foundation.
The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting,
between Nov. 1 and Dec. 10. The 6- to 12-inch trees are
guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge.
Planting instructions will be enclosed with each shipment of trees.
To receive 10 free autumn classics, send a $10 membership
contribution to Autumn Classics Trees, Arbor Day Foundation,
100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by October 31, 2014,
or join online at

ASFA is Shaking Music Up in Demopolis
Join the Two Rivers Arts Council on Thurs., Nov.r 6 as they
present a concert by the Alabama School of Fine Arts at 6:30 p.m.
at the Demopolis High School Auditorium. Students from the
Alabama School of Fine Arts are musically shaking things up with
a pops concert which will feature music by The Beatles, The
Eagles, Led Zeppelin, music from the Motown era, as well as
classical music. The performance will showcase the versatility of
the orchestra and jazz ensemble. This concert is guaranteed to
be a unique and inspiring experience for all ages A public school
with the entire state as its district, Alabama School of Fine Arts
(ASFA) admits students through application and audition,
providing tuition-free instruction in six specialty areas: creative
writing, dance, math & science, music, theatre, visual arts, plus a
full college preparatory curriculum. Located in the heart of
Birmingham’s downtown Cultural District, ASFA provides a
dormitory for students living beyond commuting distance to cam-
pus. Tickets can be purchased at the doo with proceeds going
back into the program. There is no charge for students and
members of the Two Rivers Arts Council. For more information
contact Morgan at 334.289.1595.

Auburn Baseball to Host Alumni Weekend Nov. 21-22
Auburn baseball and head coach Sunny Golloway will host an
alumni weekend November 21-22 which will include golf, the
annual celebrity home run derby in conjunction with the Hudson
Family Foundation and the football game against Samford. All
Auburn baseball alumni are invited to attend. To RSVP for the
alumni weekend, complete the attached form and return to
Auburn Baseball Alumni Reunion Weekend Attn: Scott Duval PO
Box 351 Auburn, AL 36831.

Blessing of the Animals  St. James’ Episcopal Church
In honor of the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, St. James’
Episcopal Church, on the corner of Spring and Monroe St. in
Livingston, will have a service of the Blessing of the Animals on
Sun., Oct. 5 at 3 p.m. in the courtyard.  While altercations
between animals are extremely rare at these services, we ask that
your animals be leashed, tethered or caged.  In case of rain the
service will be held in the parish house.  St. James’ is located on
the corner of Spring and Monroe Streets across from the Ruby
Pickens Tartt Public Library.  Everyone is invited to this happy

Chestnut Grove Cemetery Association Homecoming
The Chestnut Grove Cemetery Association will celebrate
Homecoming Sun., Oct. 12. Come join the gathering in the
Chestnut Grove United Methodist Chapel at 10:39 a.m. for a brief
meeting followed by a singing and a worship service. Bring a
covered dish of food to share and enjoy a great time of worship
and fellowship with relatives and friends down in the country.

Mt. Tabor M. B. Annual Choir Day Observance
Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, 370 Mt. Tabor Road, Coatopa, Alabama
Will be having its' Annual Choir Day Observance on Sun., Oct. 12  
at 2 p.m. Each Church is asked to render an A & B selection.  
Please make plans to attend and register at the door upon
arrival.  The Rev. James McDonald is pastor and Sis. Merendy
Matthews is choir president.

Teen girls of Livingston First Baptist Church Pure Water/Pure
Love Project
For many people of the world, walking for miles while carrying
heavy jugs of water in order to make sure they have clean water
is a daily reality.  4000 children die  daily of diseases caused by
polluted water. Teen girls of Livingston First Baptist Church will be
in the community during October to ask for donations for Pure
Water/Pure Love project, a global Southern Baptist ministry where
water wells are dug & water filters distributed in countries where
people have impure water access.

Red Springs Assembly Camp Meeting 2014
Red Springs Assembly Camp Meeting, five miles south of Butler,
mile marker 10, will be Oct. 6 - 10. Vesper service is at 6:30 p.m.
Night service is 7:30 p.m.  For more information contact 205-673-
2284, 205-457-4900, or 251-242-8324.

St. Paul A. M. E. Zion Church 46th Annual Homecoming
St. Paul A. M. E. Zion Church, Cooksville, Miss. 46th annual
Homecoming celebration was Sun., Oct. 19 at 12 p.m. Everyone is
invited to this special occasion. Rev. Sylvester Turner is pastor.
Rev. Dr. Jevon Marshall from Memphis, Tenn. is guest speaker.

Holly Faris: A Bell Conference Center Event
An evening of great music, great comedy and great food-who
could ask for more on Nov. 6 at Bell Confrence Center at 7:30 p.
m.? Holly Faris is a unique one-woman show that has thrilled
audiences from coast-to-coast with her assortment of celebrity
impersonations and comedy.   For more information visit  www.

Pine Grove M. B. Church Women’s Conference
It is with great joy and anticipation that the Pastor, First Lady and
Members of the Pine Grove M. B. Church announce our second
Women’s Conference entitled, “Lady, You’re a Diamond in the
Rough” on Sat., Oct. 4 at the Pine Grove M. B. Church,
Livingston.  The conference will begin with morning prayer at 9 a.
m. and the conference beginning at 10 a.m.
The conference will feature two workshop sessions addressing a
woman’s worth conducted by Minister Rosie Ivory and Minister
Lorissa Holder.  The preached word will be delivered by
conference speaker Minister Mary Carter of Birmingham.
For additional information, you may contact LaShundra Bias at

Spring Valley Baptist Church No Man Left Behind Ministry is
hosting Health Fair Seminar
The Spring Valley Baptist Church No Man Left Behind Ministry is
hosting a Health Fair Seminar for all men – young and older – on
Oct. 11,  from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Please attend and get your
numbers check plus important information regarding men’s
health.   Spring Valley Church is located at 4901 Hwy 116,
Gainesville, Alabama.  Minister Johnny McDonald is our Pastor.  
See you there!

Black Bluff Baptist
Men and Women Day
Everyone is cordially invited to the Black Bluff Baptist Church on
Sun., Sept. 28 at 2 p.m.
We will be celebrating our annual Men and Women Day program.  
Rev. Tyrone Thomas, Sr. and the Morning Star Baptist Church
Family will be our guest.  Come one, come all and be blessed.
Dr. O. L. Sealey, church pastor and Dea. Lowry Gale, Sis. Delsey
Goodwin and Sis. Diane verton, program committee.

Morning Star Missionary Baptist Homecoming and Revival
You are cordially invited to come share with us in Morning Star
Missionary Baptist, 70 Pine Street, Bellamy, annual Homecoming
and church anniversary program Sun., Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. Rev.
David Lewis, pastor of St. Wisdom Primitive Baptist Church of
Sweetwater along with his church family will be our special guests.
Revival services are Oct. 6-10 at 7:30 nightly. the evangelist for
the week will be Rev. Freedom Progress Woods, pastor of Pine
Grove Full Gospel Baptist Church of Greensboro. Rev. Calvin E.
Fitch, Sr. is pastor and chairpersons are Raymond Paige, Charles
Paige and Viva Paige. Belinda Nation is secretary.

CCA Presents Public Fruit Jam / Fallen Fruit Tuesday, October
7th at 6 p.m.
Please join CCA artists David Burns and Austin Young of Fallen
Fruit on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. outside behind the main CCA
building. Bring some fruit or just yourself! Dinner will be served.
Converse and share feedback about the Fallen Fruit’s ongoing
collaboration with the CCA and York community. Take home some
jam with you!
3rd Annual Bluegrass in the Country
The 3rd Annual Bluegrass in the Country will be Oct. 10-11 to
benefit Baseball Country, a 501 C 3 organization. Admission is
free and free dry camping. There will be bluegrass music in the
indoor turf pavilion. Bring a lawn chair. There will also be
hayrides, children’s activities, food and crafts. Donations are
appreciated. Baseball Country is a not for profit Christian camp
facility providing baseball camp, summer camp scholarships, team
camps, church retreats and mission group accommodations and
coordination for the black belt outreach ministry in Eutaw,
Livingston and Greensboro. Baseball Country is located on 50
acres in West Alabama, 92 County Road in Ralph. It was founded
in 1995 by Kenny Burns, a retired Baseball Coach from
Tuscaloosa County High School. Contact Angeline or Kenny
Burbs at 205-333-8393.

Free Prescription Drugs Available Through SenioRX Program
Are you struggling with finding the money needed to pay for your
prescription medications? Do you need help in obtaining FREE
prescriptions? Then your local Area Agency on Aging is ready to
assist you through the Alabama SenioRx Prescription Assistance
program. Since its inception in July 2002 as an Alabama
Legislative initiative, the program has saved thousands of
Alabamians millions of dollars in medication expenses by
providing free prescription drugs from pharmaceutical
manufacturers.  SenioRx is a program for seniors who are age 55
and older and for persons with disabilities, who are diagnosed
with chronic medical conditions requiring daily medication. The
program aims to help people manage their chronic illnesses
earlier and prevent more serious health problems later in life.
Often providing medication assistance allows individuals to utilize
their limited income for food and other important expenses.  
Persons who qualify for SenioRx receive a 3-month supply of
prescriptions from various pharmaceutical companies at no cost
and can be renewed as long as the person is eligible. To qualify
for free prescription drugs, you must be at least 55 years of age
with chronic medical conditions, have no prescription drug
insurance coverage and must meet certain income guidelines.
Social Security disabled individuals of any age in the 24-month
Medicare waiting period are also eligible for medication
assistance.   To receive assistance, contact your local Area
Agency on Aging (AAA) and Aging Disability Resource Center
(ADRC) at 1-800-AGE-LINE (1-800-243-5463). Free prescription
drugs may be just a phone call away.   For more information,
contact Melanie Allen at (205) 333-2990 or Melanie.allen@westal.

ATRC Meeting  
The Alabama-Tombigbee Regional Commission will hold its Forty-
Fourth Annual Meeting on Oct. 8 at the Selma Convention Center
in Selma. A reception will begin at 5 p.m. and a delicious seafood
dinner,  will be served at 6:15 p.m. If you would like to make
arrangements to attend the 44th Annual Meeting, please contact
Evelyn J. Agee by Oct. 3 at the ATRC office by calling 1-334-682-
4234.  There is a fee for dinner.

Central Region Forestry Field Day
Forest Landowners are invited to attend the Central Region
Forestry Field Day on Thurs., Oct. 9 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.  This
event is sponsored by the Alabama Natural Resources Council
and Alabama State Tree Farm Committee. The field day will be
held at the 2013 Helene Mosley Memorial Treasure Forest of
Charles Holmes in Perry County.  We will begin at 8 a.m. with
registration and the tour will begin at 9 a.m. The program for this
event will include presentations on: Agri Tourism, Wild Pig
Management, Longleaf vs Loblolly Pine Management, and Stream
Crossing. There is no cost to attend this program; however, you
are asked to call Melanie at the Perry County Extension Office at
334-683-6888 or by email at to register.  To
properly plan for the meal, please call and register before the
deadline of 4:30pm on Oct. 6. Directions to Dr. Holmes property
are as follows: 28011 Alabama Hwy 14, in Marion, AL 36756 at
Mile Marker 80, 12 miles east of Greensboro on AL Hwy 14, or 7
miles west of Marion on AL Hwy 14.   Signs will be posted to guide
you to Mr. Holmes property. Mark your calendar now for Thurs.,
Oct. 9 and plan to attend this educational forestry field day.  This
program has been approved for 4 PLM Hours and 2.0 CFE Points.

USDA Seeks Applications for Grants to Increase Economic
Opportunity and Improve the Quality of Life in Rural Areas
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is
seeking applications for grants that will be awarded to
organizations to provide critical financial and technical assistance
to recipients to develop and strengthen their capacity to carry out
housing, community facilities and community and economic
development projects.
"Many rural nonprofits often need capital and technical assistance
to carry out their missions," Vilsack said. "These grants will
provide both of these components through local and regional
organizations that are experts at delivering such services."
USDA is making nearly $6 million available to qualified
organizations under the Rural Community Development Initiative
Recipients must be non-profit organizations, low-income rural
communities, or federally recognized tribes. Intermediary
organizations are required to provide matching funds at least
equal to the RCDI grant. The grants do not go directly to business
recipients but rather through qualified intermediaries.
The deadline for submitting RCDI applications is Nov. 12.
Applications must be submitted to the USDA Rural Development
state office where the applicant's headquarters are located. More
information about the program and how to apply is available on
page 47427 of the Aug. 13  Federal Register.

Signup Batching Periods Announced for Alabama NRCS
Conservation Programs
USDA’s Acting Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
State Conservationist Ben Malone announced that Oct. 17 is the
signup batching date for producers for 2015 funding for the
following conservation programs: Environmental Quality Incentives
Program (EQIP) which includes energy retrofits, wildlife, forestry,
cropland erosion, cropland irrigation, grazing land, and water
quality concerns; Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP);         
Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) which has
two options.  
1. Agricultural Land Easement (ALE): includes the Farm and
Ranchland Protection Program and Grassland Reserve Program
2 Wetland Reserve Easements (WRE): open land that has wet
soils and was      drained.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis; however,
selecting applications for funding is completed periodically
through batching periods with specific cutoff dates.
In the EQIP programs, eligible producers may receive a payment
based on the statewide average cost of the installation of the
conservation practice.
Special emphasis participants like socially disadvantaged, limited
resource, and beginning farmers and ranchers are eligible for a
higher payment rate. In addition, socially disadvantaged, limited
resource, and beginning farmers and ranchers can receive up to
50 percent advanced payment for purchasing materials or
Interested producers should visit their nearest USDA Service
Center to determine eligibility. NRCS field offices are listed in the
telephone directory under U.S. Department of Agriculture or on-
line at General program
information is available on the Alabama NRCS website at Individuals are not eligible until they have
completed the Farm Bill eligibility requirements.

Experts to speak at Alabama Insurance Day, October 8 at The
University of Alabama
Alabama Insurance Day, a 30-year insurance industry tradition, is
returning to The University of Alabama on Oct. 8. I-Day offers
networking and education on a variety of topics and features
world-class speakers.  In addition to three plenary sessions, three
separate tracks will provide focused coverage of:
Property/Liability, Life/Health, and Risk Management/Company
Operations. Continuing education credit will be available for
insurance agents, as well as CLE for attorneys and CPE for
CPAs, in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi.  More information
about the agenda, speakers and continuing education is available
on the I-Day website at
Registration for I-Day is available online (
or by calling (205)348-3000. Early bird registration is available for
through Oct. 1.  After October 1, the fee goes up per person.  
Registration includes program materials, continuing education
credits, breakfast, lunch and beverages throughout the day.  
Proceeds from I-Day fund scholarships and other benefits to
students in the Insurance & Financial Services, Risk Management,
and Actuarial Science program at The University of Alabama.
Registration and breakfast will begin at 7:30 am, the welcome will
begin at 8:30 am, and I-Day will conclude with door prizes before
4 pm. Door prizes include one pair of tickets to the AL vs AU
football game and one pair of tickets to the AL vs WC football
game.  Registered participants will be entered into the drawing
and must be present to win.  State of Alabama employees and
students are ineligible to win door prizes.
For more information about this program, call 205-348-6222 or

UWA to Host Genealogy
Workshop Oct. 2-3
The University of West Alabama's Center for the Study of the
Black Belt Archives and the Marengo County History and Archives
Museum will host "Genealogy: Making the Local Connection" on
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 2-3 on UWA's campus.
Topics include the trials and tribulations of genealogy, death
records, how to make the archivist your friend, courthouse
records, cemetery research, and land records.
Workshop participants will discuss best practices in using local
resources to conduct genealogical research, while guest
speakers will examine a wide range of available methods of
research for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced
Speakers will also join for an "Ask the Experts" panel session for
those seeking answers to specific genealogy questions.
Coordinators expect the workshop to demonstrate how to go
beyond the Internet when searching for family history.
"After attending this workshop, I want researchers to feel more
comfortable with reaching out to their local courthouses, libraries,
and even colleges for genealogical information," Amy
Christiansen, Black Belt archivist for the Center for the Study of
the Black Belt, said.
"In many areas in Alabama, familiarizing yourself with these local
resources can help you find those unique family treasures you
may not be able to find on the Internet."
Concurrent sessions will take place in Bell Conference Center and
Young Hall at UWA.  There is a registration fee. Registration
covers the cost of materials, refreshments, as well as lunches and
The registration deadline is Sept. 26. For more information and to
register, visit or www.marengomuseum.
com. For more information on times and locations, Contact Amy
Christiansen at (205) 652-3655 or or
Mary Jones-Fitts at (334) 555-1212 marengomuseum@yahoo.
This workshop is sponsored by the Black Belt Archives and the
Marengo County History and Archives Museum. To learn more
about either organization, visit http://centerforblackbelt.
org/units/black-belt-archives-2 or  http://www.marengomuseum.

Boyd Outreach After School
Tutoring Program
The Boyd Outreach after school tutoring program has room for
three (3) more students in grades 3-5. If your child needs help in
academic performance, please call Mrs. Smith at 652-7885.

Chess Tournaments
10/11 – National Chess Day Scholastic (NCDS) chess tournament
will be held at Brookwood Village Mall in Birmingham. Advance
Registration is preferred for all chess tournaments. For questions,
email Caesar Lawrence at

Story Hours at Ruby Pickens Tartt Public Library
The Ruby Pickens Tartt Public Library has started their school
year story times.  Story Time for 4-8 year olds will be held on
Mondays from 4:30—5:30.  Story Time for 2 and 3 year olds will
be on Wednesdays from 10:30—11:15.  Call the Library at 652-
2349 to register your child for these fun filled programs.

Shelton State Events Oct. 7-9
director Bean Brown Theatre, 1:15 p.m.
Oct. 9 POETRY IN MUSIC Collaborative Concert with SSCC
English and Speech Department Shelton Singers, Glinda
Blackshear, director Mark Brown, assistant director Bean-Brown
Theatre, 7:30 p.m
Sumter County Record Journal will be closed for Labor Day.
Deadlines for the Sept. 4th edition are
Friday, Aug. 29, before 4 p.m.
Breast Cancer Events
Pink Out Games with
Sumter Academy
Sumter Academy will be
honoring breast cancer  
awareness month with
"Fight like an Eagle" pink
out games. We
encourage all of our
fans, coaches and
players to proudly wear
pink in honor of breast
cancer awareness.
Special order "Fight like
an Eagle" Tshirts will be
available for preorder in
school office. Contact
Jessica Vaughan
Lady Eagle Volleyball
pink out game will be
Mon., Oct 6 at 4 p.m.
Peewee and JV Football
pink out game will be
Mon., Oct 6 at 6 p.m.
Varsity Football pink out
game will be
Fri., Oct 10 at 7 p.m.

Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc. Breast
Cancer Awareness
Livingston Alumnae
Chapter of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority, Inc. of
Livingston is wearing pink
for a cause this month,  
They will be having a
Walk/ Rally around the
Court House Square in
Livingston on Sat., Oct.
18 at 12  p.m.  Please
come out and join them
as they  supports
National  Breast Cancer

Di's Hope semi-annual
BBQ Chicken Lunch
will be held October 4 at
the Cuba BBQ Club
Building.  Tickets can be
obtained by calling Pam
Wooldridge (392-4395)
or any Di's Hope member
for a donation of $8.50.  
Lunch will be served from
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  
Proceeds from the lunch
will go to the 2015 Relay
for Life Event. During the
month of October, pink
(breast cancer color)
koozies are being sold to
raise money for Relay for
Life. These koozies are
only $5.00 and will be on
sale at the BBQ and
Sumter Insurance in

Dig Pink with UWA
Volleyball October 21st
UWA Volleyball will Dig
Pink in the home game
against West Georgia
Oct 21. The ladies will be
collecting donations at
the door as well as
selling pink goodies in
the concession stand.
The week before pink
paper ribbons will be on
sale during lunch and
dinner for $1 that will be
hung up around the gym
on game day. The
volleyball team will have
people write who they are
donating their dollar for
and to write the name on
the ribbon. For more
information or to
purchase a ribbon
contact Lauren Miller at

City of York Pink Tree
The City of York’s Pink
Breast Cancer
Awareness tree will be on
display during the month
of October.
Breast Cancer Benefit
Yard & Bake Sale for
Debroah Beard Hester
Sat., Oct. 4 at 8 a.m. until
1 p.m.  in front of Cuba
Museum on Highway 11
in Cuba