Harriman Happenings: Nov. 26

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By Louise Warmley
Kristi and Malachi Jamieson and their three children from Nashville came home to spend Thanksgiving with Kristi’s mother, Julia Harris and sister, Alicia. While here they visited with their Aunt Virginia, Angie, Uncle Curtis Anderson and Louise Warmley.
The Jamiesons said Thanksgiving was great. Just being at home with their mother made everything complete. They gave God all the praise.
Chenette Jefferson from Huntsville, Ala., came home Sunday to take her mother, Barbara Johnson back with her to spend Thanksgiving with her family. Barbara will spend a few days with her daughter and then go spend some time with her son, Dan Keith Anderson and his family.
Curtis Anderson spent Sunday afternoon with his son Daryl. He took him out for dinner to celebrate his birthday. Daryl enjoyed so much just being with his dad on this special day. May you be blessed with many more birthdays Daryl.
Get well wishes to Sara DeBurn who recently had knee surgery. She still has some pain but is doing much better.
We wish Nancy Ray a speedy recovery. She had problems with her heart. But she is feeling much better now. Please remember her in your prayers.
The pastor, Rev. Jesse Williams Sr.,  and members welcome Rev. Willie Gallaher and his family who rejoined St. Mary’s family on Nov. 4.
Congratulations to Richard and Mary Hickey. They celebrated their wedding anniversary Nov. 9. They were married on Nov. 9, 1985.
Happy wedding anniversary to Rev. Willie and Melissa Gallaher who celebrated their 18th anniversary. They were married Nov. 18, 1994. They are the parents of two children.
The Rev. Alvin and Mary Alice Douglass will celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary this month. They were married on Nov. 28, 1981. I congratulate all of you for your beautiful years of marriage. May God bless each of you.
I, Louise Warmley, had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I spent it in Knoxville with my son, Marvin and daughter-in-law, Anna. Two of my grandsons, Talyon and Marv and their families joined us. Anna prepared all kinds of delicious food for us. We all enjoyed it. I thank God for my family.
Marvin came down for me and Anna and two of my grandchildren brought me back home. To me there is nothing like family.
While I was in Knoxville Thursday, Virginia Childress’ daughter, Cheryl Childress and her daughter, Ternisha Siler and family came here from Maryville and prepared a Thanksgiving meal for Virginia and Angie Childress. Ternisha prepared a full course meal. It was enjoyed by all. Later in the day, Cheryl’s other daughter, Cheron Winton and her two children and one of Cheron’s co-workers were here. Virginia was very thankful for their love and the wonderful meal.