Brenda Lucas: Community News for Saturday May 29 | Features / Entertainment
SISTER: Sara Simmons, Gena Hart’s only sister, makes her way to another birthday year – her 74th – on Saturday, May 29. Sara has shared the limelight over the years as she was born on her parents’ first birthday (this would have been their 75th). The beautiful lady inside and out graduated from Huntington High Class in 1965 and was cheerleader in 1964 and 1965. May this sweet lady have a great day filled with continued blessings, happiness, good health and goodness. memories.
MEETING: The Perkins Ridge Cemetery Association holds its annual meeting at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 30 at the Perkins Ridge Baptist Missionary Church, Willow Wood, Ohio.
GRADS: Madison Avenue Christian Church congratulates the graduates of her family who are receiving degrees this year. Clayton Thomas of Fairland High attends Marshall University on a golf scholarship. Alexander Conlee Patterson, grandson of Steve and Joyce Damron, graduated summa cum laude from Cabell Midland High. Kaylie Allen graduated from Bethany College with a degree in psychology. Luke Thomas is a graduate of Marshall University. Max Hillen, grandson of John and Becky Collins, earned his black belt in karate at age 13.
YOUTH: Ryan Smith, youth pastor at Westmoreland Baptist Church, speaks during the Sunday Morning Youth Service on May 30.
DEGREE: Stacie Banzon, of Salt Rock, was one of nearly 900 graduates to graduate for the 2020-21 academic year from the University of Findlay. She received a doctor of physiotherapy.
MONSTERS: You could argue that 12,000 pound creatures, usually ugly and scary, roar in Charleston for the Monster Jam event, returning after a hiatus for the pandemic. The high-flying action and four-wheel excitement begins at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, June 4 and 5, and at 11 a.m. on Sunday, June 6. Tickets cost between $ 48 and $ 64.
WINNERS: Sara O. Abul-Khoudoud of Russell High School and Benjamin L. Woodard, student at Kenova Home School, were recently selected to receive the $ 2,500 National Merit Scholarship.
HORSES: The Lawrence County Horseman’s Association is hosting a horse show at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 5 at 475 Commerce Drive, Ironton, Ohio. Anyone can participate in the competition. There is no charge to watch the show. Call Jeremy Duncan, association president, 740-646-2291.
63: Timothy Meadows knows what it’s like to celebrate 60+ because on Sunday, May 30, he turns 63. May this “young” man be blessed with God’s love, happiness, good memories and good health.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Sara Miller Wamsley turns 43, Tony Ward, Brian Jones, Sandy Boggess, Betty Foard, Louis Blair, Jonah Fenerty, Noah Fenerty, Marsha Kauffman, Bob Gibson, Danny Simms, Sarah Smith, Teresa Trawick , Olin Spencer, Rob Archer, Benjamin Skaggs, Anastasia Carr, Phil Elliott, Mary Gould, Noah Ross, Joyce Pacer, Lexie Armstrong, Jared Jones, Conli Richards, Charles Shumaker.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Vernon and Carol Hayes, Stan and Kathy Meadows.
SUNDAY BIRTHDAYS: Kaitlin Smith, Dorothy Jenkins, Mark Dunlap, Angie Nitardy, Trent Spears, Autumn Arthur, Mary McClure, Dale Shao, Gretchen Burton.
SUNDAY BIRTHDAYS: Shannon Blosser, pastor of Pea Ridge United Methodist Church, and wife, Abbi, Brent and Lindsey Manchester.
MONDAY BIRTHDAYS: Makenna Jean Chapman turns 3, Michael Wood crosses # 60 to 61, Ella Fetty, Karen Canfield, Kenny Smith, Monica Jackson, Kari Marsh, Michelle Sinclair, Larry Clendenin, Eiryn Poindexter, Winnie Mayes, Morgan Ferguson, Skip Cory.
BIRTHDAY MONDAY: Danny and Lisa Cornwell (1974).
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