It’s another cold but beautiful week in the town of Adairville, leaves are changing and falling, I think we bypassed fall and went straight to winter. But as always there are always smiles on everyone’s faces so it must be a great week.
The antique shop I have been featuring in my article has decided not to open for business I do not know why I seen some beautiful items being moved in, and they would have been a great addition to the town.
431 Grill will be having karaoke on Saturday November the 16th from 5pm until 8pm, Clay Bilyeu will be hosting the event, come join us for great food, fellowship and fun and enjoy some great music.
The annual Schochoh Christmas parade will be Sunday December 1st at 2pm
431 Grill is doing renovations to cater to the nonsmokers by adding an air purifying system, more information is yet to come.
Anthem Lights was out at Calvary Baptist Church last Friday night, I myself did not get to attend the concert but I received great reviews on the concert itself, they put on an amazing show and spoke right to the young people that attended, there was prizes given away and a lock in afterwards.
The Country Angel Gift Shop had a great turn out for their open house this past weekend please go by and visit the shop, you will see some beautiful items in there and you will be greeted with the utmost hospitality.
Adairville lost another long time citizen this past week Mr. Billy Smith, he was always there to help with any event Adairville had, especially the annual Adairville Strawberry Festival parade. Mr. Billy always got the parade lined up and made sure it started on time, to Christy his daughter you have our deepest sympathy he will be greatly missed.
Also please remember the Kelly family as they lost a loved one this week Ronald Kelly was a very valued individual of this town and he will be greatly missed. To his family our deepest sympathy goes out to his wife Brenda his daughter Brook and his son Brandon.
There are several people I would like for you to put on your prayer list
Marry Ann Davis is still in the hospital, please remember her.
Carol Hart has been released from the hospital and is at home, please remember her also
Let’s also remember Nannette King as she battles her cancer
Please keep Jean Steenbergen in your thoughts and prayers
I have two shout outs this week one goes out to Mrs. Elizabeth Hall. She has watched my two brothers and I grow up from babies to young adults. She has seen us in numerous events and plays at church, Mrs. Elizabeth makes me smile and she always has a big hug for me. She will always have a special place in my heart, I love you Mrs. Elizabeth.
My other shout out goes to Mr. W.B Law, he tells me amazing war stories and teaches me how to defend myself. He comes to me and gives me a big smile and a hug and tells me how much he loves me, he is an amazing man and an amazing father and granddad, and he is very inspirational and very considerate of others.
That’s all from the very chilly town of Adairville this week, if you have anything you need put into the newspaper call or email me anytime.