Oct. 17

Ruby Black and family had visitors this week. Mr and Mrs. James Lowrance from Salem, Ore., and their daughter Carla Axpan from Beaverton, Ore., were here for a visit. They also visited family in Clinton, Harmony Mountain and the Plant community. Pleasant Grove Masonic Lodge had its annual community fish fry this last Saturday. It was well attended and they had lots of music and good singing after dinner. Musicians and singers came from Cabot, Sheepskin Valley, Morganton, Walnut Grove and Clinton. I heard it was some of the best Pickin’ and Grinnin’ that they have had in a long time. Deer Hunting was open this week and Gary Ingram had family come up to participate. His granddaughter Nicki got her first deer and about a half hour later his daughter got her first one. Of course they had a great time and a lot of excitement. Joyce Burns had cataract surgery this week. She is amazed at what she could not see and it is so wonderful that it is over and done with and the world is bright and shinny.

Oct. 24

There will be a Chili Supper at the Scotland School Cafeteria on Saturday, Oct. 27. Serving begins at 6 p.m. Proceeds going to the Scotland Community Corp. A hayride and marshmellow roast follow. The Harper Family will be at the Scotland Baptist Church on Wednesday night, Nov. 7. They will be playing and singing Bluegrass Gospel Music beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Anyone with Scotland News can call James Burns at 592-3935.


Oct. 17

My neighbors and I had a good time following each other around to all the yard sales on Hwy 254 this last weekend. I got some really great bargains and it was good to be out and about visiting with one another.

Mark your calendars now for the 2012 Fall Quilt Show and Craft Sale, Nov. 5-10 at the Van Buren County

Fairgrounds. Call Camille Wilson, 745-2679, for more information.

Your quote for the week, "One of the simplest ways to stay happy is letting go of the things that make you sad" - by Daily Dose quotes.

Enjoy the week and the crisp fall weather.

Oct. 24

The Dennard Fire Department is looking for volunteers. Nine members of the Dennard Fire Department just completed the Landing Zone training. There are several ways to volunteer so plan on attending their next meeting and learn more

about becoming a volunteer. The next general meeting will be held on the third Tuesday of November beginning

at 6:30 pm and the November training day has been moved to the second Tuesday in November because of Election Day.

Nailbenders for Jesus is a construction mission of love that helps to contribute to the growth of local churches

and Dennard is a recipient of their help. This group of men and woman have been working at The New

Tabernacle Church (Zoo church) on Highway 65. They are remodeling three of the wood frame structures which

will house a sanctuary/fellowship hall and two small houses on the property. At the time of this article

I was unable to get a completion date for this project, but keep an eye out, and I will let you know more.

If you live in the Dennard area and have news call Jackie Sikes 501-253-4716.

Highway 110

The leaves are turning wonderful colors up here on the hill. Take the time to enjoy them before they are gone!

The Highway 110 Volunteer Fire Department had a great turnout at their cookout held on Oct. 6 at the fire station.

Laura and Lucas Emberton have returned from their hunting trip in Colorado and Lucas was pleased to bring home a nice size elk.

Congratulations to Gail Lasater on her new grandson, Rylan Garrett Aliff, born Sept 15.

Plant Baptist Church will be having its Fall Festival on Nov. 3. There will be hayrides and bungee run and a campfire for all. The festival is from 4-7 p.m.

Be sure and mark your calendars for the VBC Library book sale to be held Nov. 5-9 at the fairgrounds on Highway 16 East.

If you have any Highway 110 news to share call Debby Prout at 745-7950.