Harriman Happening-April 5

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By Louise Warmley

Recently Mark and Nora Hightower spent five days in Philipsburg, N.J.
They were guests of his cousin Robert Stonecipher.

His family had a surprise birthday party for Robert. He was really surprised.

The party was great and was attended by lots of family and friends.
Roane County High School presented its band concert Saturday, May 4, at 2 p.m.

Sharon Weatherly, who is working in Rangoon, Burma, will return to the United States in July.

She will spend some time with her family. Afterward, she will be working in Houston.

Norma Bazel and her daughter, Sharlene Parker, spent the weekend of Easter with Norma’s son Phil Bazel and his family in Cleveland.

They all worshipped together at church where her son is a member.

Norma really enjoyed being with her children, especially her granddaughter.

Get-well wishes to George Alice Griffin. She is a resident at Harriman Care and Rehabilitation Center.

Before going to Rehab she was a patient in Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge.

We extend get-well wishes to Mrs. Klein, who is ill at home. She has been ill for awhile.

All who know her, let’s keep her in our prayers.

Last Sunday the Roane County Community Chorus celebrated its 29th anniversary at Believers Voice of Deliverance Church.

Evangelist Willie Mae Springs was mistress of ceremony.

The Community Chorus opened this service with a beautiful new song.

Guests who participated on the program were Mount Moriah Fire Baptized Holiness Church, In Spirit in Truth, Interpretive Dance’s Liz Mitchell.

Solo minister was Tomma Battle.

A special presentation was done by Mary Alice Douglass, who gave a plaque to Angie Childress for her faithfulness to this chorus.

This was a very spiritual service.

Mary Alice Douglass is president of this great chorus. Mary Hickey is musician along with Keith Johnson.

Margie Moore is director.

Happy belated birthday to JoAnn Galyon, who celebrated her day April 21.

God bless you.