On Nov. 14, the Woodlawn Community Center opened its doors at 10:30 a.m. Friends and neighbors in attendance were: Cecelia Anderson, Mary Thate, Birtha Larkin, Andy Childress, Linda Wright, Judy Johnson, JoAnn Gotherman, Sue Grady, Dorothy Williams, Dorothy Henry, Ellen Bryant, Martha Hicks, Alice King, Anita Weathers, and Kathy Ball.
President Cecelia Anderson invited everyone to join her in reciting “The Pledge of Allegiance” and singing “God Bless America.”
Martha Hicks gave the invocation, remembering our friends and neighbors that were unable to attend.
Thursday was gift bag bingo day with surprise gifts for the winners.
On Thursday Nov. 21, at 11 a.m., everyone at the Woodlawn Community Center will enjoy a delightful Thanksgiving dinner at the “New Horizon Baptist Church.” This is a special, thankful occasion.
On Nov. 28, the Woodlawn Community Center will not open to allow members Thanksgiving Dinner with family and friends.
The Woodlawn Community Center will re-open Dec. 5. Our special guest, Kern Kennedy and his band, The Campground Express, will entertain with great songs and music.
Everyone is invited to attend this special event at 10070 Arkansas 31 North.
Come early for a cup of coffee, and bring a dish for potluck.
On Nov. 7, the Woodlawn Community Center opened its doors at 10:30 a.m. to 24 friends and neighbors.
Vice president George Wilson invited everyone to join in the Pledge of Allegiance and “God Bless America,” accompanied by Anita Weathers on the piano. Ruby Kittell gave the invocation and invited everyone to remember those in need of prayer.
The Thursday program opened with Ruby Kittell, remembering our veterans, by reading the poem ” Our Country is in Mourning, A Veteran Died today.”
Janet Ray asked everyone to participate in group singing, which ended with “Amazing Grace.”
Fred Staley and Lisa Thomas presented a program of songs and music and delighted everyone with older songs.
Everyone is invited to attend the Thursday Woodlawn Community Center’s events at 10070, Arkansas Highway 31 North.
Come early for a cup of coffee and bring a dish for potluck.
Submitted by Dorothy Dean Williams