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On Thursday, April 4, the Woodlawn Community Center opened their door at 10:30 a.m. Friends and neighbors who attended were: Cecelia Anderson, Doyle Andereson, Dorothy Williams, Andy Childress, Dorothy Henry, Anita Weathers, Ruby Bradford, Mamie Braun, Betty Stewart, Martha Hicks, Alice King, Dallas Swayne, Sue Swayne, Mary Thate, Birtha Larkin, Janet Ray, Diane Weathers, Sue Grady, Cricket Findley, Roy Kittell, Ruby Kittell, Camra Moore, Adell Hill, Carolyn Staley, Fred Staley, Lary Weathers, Ollie Mae Simmons, Opal Burns, Heather Weathers, Kerry Weathers and Debra Oclesby.

Cecelia Anderson opened the program by having everyone recite the “Pledge of Allegiance.” With Anita Weathers at the piano, everyone enjoyed singing “God Bless America.” Cecelia asked Fred Staley to give the opening prayer, also praying for sick members and friends. There was a brief business meeting with election of officers. The slate of officers remained the same.

Everyone stood up to sing “Amazing Grace” before introducing Kerry Weathers, The Woodlawn Community’s talented guest for the day. His gift of Inspirational Songs included “Call me home,” “I Lost my Way, I heard the Shepard call,” “Perfect World,” “Life is easy, when up on that Mountain,” “Two Thousand Years ago, Where the Timbers Cross,” “It is finished, the battle is over,”and “I’d Rather have Jesus.”

Kerry closed with prayer, blessing the food. Everyone enjoyed their dinner and fellowship.

Next Thursday, April 11, the center will have their monthly “Gift bag bingo day” a fun day for everyone at the Woodlawn Community Center. Bring a gift and join us at 10070 Arkansas Highway 31 north. Come early for a cup of coffee and bring a dish for potluck.

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