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It's good to see Ernest Davis back out. He received some serious "shockers" recently which put him in the hospital and under some serious surgery.

Thanks to everyone for the good fundraiser results for Auburn Elementary School. Results reported later.

Sunday lunch at our house included our new arrival, Amaieah Grace Morrison. She brought along big brother, Rylon, Mom, Bethany and Dad, Sam. Also enjoying her were Kyle, Shannon and Kullon Patrick, Tim, DeAnna, Alayna and Adrianna Reed, Betty Thomas, and Robbie Owen.

Auburn Baptist Church is currently in Revival services through Friday night. Bro. Charles Grisham is the evangelist. Everyone is invited.

David Turner and Friends will be at the church Sunday night the 22nd for their annual "Back to School" service.

Prosperity Baptist Church is hosting Angelina McKeithen for their Fifth Sunday Night Singing, the 29th. Her singing career started at the age of 3 when her grandmother requested she sing her 1st solo at the first family concert performed by The McKeithens in Louisiana in 1976. She not only sings but is an instrumentalist and published song writer. Angelina is recognized by ASCAP as the youngest known published writer when she and her mother co-wrote "Let the Hallelujahs Roll" performed by John Starnes on the Gaither Video Homecoming Series.

Putting another year under their belts this week are Shannon Lara on the 18th, John Francis, Shawni Heery, Caroline Gunter, Lori Reed and Jeran Blake Hughes all on the 19th, Henry Toombs on the 20th, Ernestine Tate, Sherry Young and Jada Bobo on the 21st, Ann Parker on the 22nd with Caleb and Kelsey Davenport finishing up the wishes on the 23rd. Happy birthday to all of you.

Eugene and Wilma Harris celebrate their 58th anniversary on the 18th. On the 19th Sara and Jody Tuck celebrate their 54th. The following day, their daughter, Diane and Doug Matheny celebrate an anniversary. Happy anniversary to all 3 couples.

If you have news for this column, please e-mail me at apatrick@dtccom.net, or call 464-4310 and leave a message if no answer.

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