On Jan.21, the Vance County 4-H Livestock Club, partnering with the Kittrell Job Corps Center, sponsored a community service event to mark the celebration of the MLK Day of Service.
Oftentimes when there is a problem or a situation that seems overwhelming, we tend to look around us for answers, while we should be looking up for guidance.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” has likely never been answered with “A scientists who studies weeds!” So my task is to show you how fascinating the world of weeds can actually be!
We all have people in our lives who have formed us. Some have taught us valuable lessons. Some have kept us from making foolish choices. Some have modeled good behavior before us. Some have given us wise counsel at critical moments. Some have loved us when we felt unloved. The fortunate ones have all this in one person. I am one of them, and that one person was my grandmother, Osa Addington, who entered into her eternal reward Jan. 8, 2014.
On Monday, the country will pause to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday through service to others. This is a great time for our community to participate in service learning projects.
The average church in America has fewer than 30 people on a given Sunday morning, most of them being senior adults. It won’t be long before they too will be on the real estate market.
Folks who own horses should be thinking about getting their horses tested for Equine Infectious Anemia. Normally this is done via a Coggin’s Test.
Our testimony to others is a seed planted about the goodness of the Lord and will help their faith in God grow.
You may not want to spend too much time in the garden this time of year, but there are plenty of chores you can handle now that will make your spring gardening much more productive.
The Christmas Carol “We Three Kings” will be sung this Sunday in many churches as Epiphany is celebrated. Traditionally, Epiphany is on Jan. 6, marking the end of the 12 days of Christmas with the visit of the Magi.