On Thursday, May 29, the Woodlawn Community Center opened its doors at 10:30 a.m.; 21 friends and neighbors were there to enjoy the day.
Janet Ray opened the program, leading the attendees in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, and singing “God Bless America,”accompanied by Anita Weathers on the piano.
Ruby Kittell gave the invocation, remembering our friends and neighbors that are sick and unable to attend.
After group singing and ending with “Amazing Grace.” Linda Mealler, her daughter and daughter-in-law, the gospel singers (Voices of Truth) from the Covered in Blood Church on Highway 38, Cabot, presented a wonderful concert, singing: “Let the Lord have his way,” “In a house of gold,”“Great speckled bird,”“Foot Prints on the water,”“Midnight cry,”“We will ride with the Lord,”and ” Drinking from my saucer.”
Pastor Phillip Mealler blessed the food. Everyone enjoyed their dinner.
On Thursday, June 5, Robin House will be the Woodlawn Community Center’s guest, presenting a great program.
The Center is located at 10070 Arkansas Highway 31 North. Come early for a cup of coffee and bring a dish for potluck.
FROM LAST WEEK
On Thursday, May 22, the Woodlawn Community Center opened its doors at 10:30 a.m. Those attending were: Christina Stone, Anita Weathers, Kathy Ball, Bentley Kelly, Christina Blackall, Brenda Ott, Birtha Larkan, Mary Thate, Sue Grady, Roy Kittell, Bonnie Faulkner, Carl Faulkner, Janet Ray, Rebecca Wilson, George Wilson, Cecelia Anderson, Dorothy Henry, and Dorothy Williams.
President Cecelia Anderson opened the program, leading the attendees in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, and singing “God Bless America,” accompanied by Anita Weathers on the piano.
George Wilson Gave the invocation, and invited the attendees to remember and pray for Ray Faulkner, Alice King and Shirley Jackson, that remain in the hospital. After Group singing and ending with Amazing Grace, the Woodlawn Community Center was pleased to have Carl Faulkner and his wife Bonnie, enlighten everyone with their musical program. They came all the way from Cherokee Village, to fill in for Mr. Faulkner’s brother, Ray Faulkner,(The Sunlighters) Who couldn’t be here and remains in the hospital.
Carl Faulkner blessed the food and everyone enjoyed their dinner.
Submitted by Dorothy Williams