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Stories from Friday, September 22, 2006

WES welcomes new teachers (09/22/06)
Westhills Elementary School has welcomed six new teachers to their facility for the 2006-07 school year. Principal Sherry Park (third from right) is shown with, from left, Misty Reese, Special Education; Anne Hollingsworth, third grade; Amy Gillespie, fourth grade; Jeremy Qualls, who is not new to the system but new to WES, Physical Education; Connie Donley, librarian; and Bill Manchester, music...
TAKE A LOVED ONE FOR A CHECKUP DAY RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT HEALTH DISPARITIES (09/22/06)
BETTER HEALTH CAN BE ACHIEVED THROUGH REGULAR AND PREVENTIVE CARE NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Take a Loved One for a Checkup Day on September 19 aims to raise awareness about health disparities, motivate people to adopt healthier lifestyles and encourage everyone to seek regular health care visits and screenings, and make sure their loved ones do the same. ...
Catalpa News (09/22/06)
Dear friends it is once again I ask for your prayers for Doylene. She has had a setback and needs good thoughts and prayers, also, pray for Janice and I to have strength sufficient to bear what ever might lie ahead for us. Sunday night Jeff Pack spoke at our evening worship as Bro. ...
MCCT presents Saturdays at the Dixie (09/22/06)
Step back in time and see a matinee at the Dixie any Saturday in October. The Marshall County Community Theatre is presenting Alexander Who's Not, Not, Not, Not, Not, Not, Not Going to Move. While the show is aimed at young audiences, adults wil soon be captured by the hilarious antics of Alexander, his family, his friends, and his neighbors as they deal with the fast approach of moving day. Every Saturday at twelve noon, audiences will be wowed by this very entertaining, very positive show...
Keep Safety In Mind With Halloween Hijinx (09/22/06)
 It's that time of year when ghosts and ghouls frolic with witches and vampires. Towns are transformed by jack-o-lanterns offering their Cheshire cat grins, while homes are awash in Autumn hues and dotted with spider webs and garden gravestones. Halloween is a magical time for kids, but it's also a time of year where safety should be as much a priority as collecting candy...
Church Briefs (09/22/06)
Berlin Charge United Methodist Church will hold revival services September 24-26 at 7 p.m. nightly. The evangelist will be Tom Gildemiester from Christ United Methodist Church in Williamson County. Theme of the revival is "Hope -- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. There will be special music each night...
Local Meetings (09/22/06)
Lewisburg Gas Department The Lewisburg Gas Department will have their regular monthly meeting,Tuesday, October 10, 2006 at 5 p.m. Board members are Willie Mitchell, James Chapman and Al Henderson. Marshall County Library Board The Marshall County Library Board will meet 6 p.m. on September 26. Dates for future meetings are as follows: November 28, 2006, January 23, 2007, and May 22, 2007. Any changes will be announced. Also library will be closed on October 13 and 14 during the Goat Festival...
Mrs. Ramona R. Rhea (09/22/06)
Mrs. Ramona Rochell Rhea, 78, a resident of Highland Avenue in Lewisburg, died peacefully surrounded by her family on Sunday, September 17, 2006, in Roanoke, VA., where she has lived for the past month. Funeral services for Mrs. Rhea will be conducted Friday, September 22, 2006 at 11 a.m. ...
Mrs. Gwendolyn Faye Ragsdale (09/22/06)
September 22, 2006 Mrs. Gwendolyn Faye Ragsdale, age 66 of the Caney Spring community of Marshall Co., died Wed., Sept.22, 2006 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Mrs. Ragsdale was a native of Marshall Co. and a daughter of the late Clifford Eugene and Myrtle Virginia Rowland Paul. She was a former machine operator for Sanford Corp. in Shelbyville, TN and a member of the Caney Springs Baptist Church. Mrs. Ragsdale was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Kristina Mae Ragsdale...