Bakers Chapel Baptist Women met at the church on Tuesday, Feb. 5. They prepared Valentines for the Girls Auxiliary (GA’s) to give out to residents of Barfield Health Care.
Barfield Health Care has 6 new residents. They are Elizabeth Ballard, Martha Bonds, Shirley Clift, John Frey, Lillie Johnson and Earline Stewart.
You may have seen a lot of folks wearing red recently. National Wear Red Day is observed annually on the first Friday in February to raise awareness about the No. 1 cause of death in women. Heart disease and stroke kill one in three women. That’s a third of mothers, sisters and friends. These diseases are 80 percent preventable according to Go Red for Women’s official website. The Go Red for Women campaign started in 2004 when the American Heart Association took on the challenge. Throughout the month of February, you too can join the fight against heart disease and stroke by “going red” and making your donations to the American Heart Association.
Maliyah Edwards of Marina Road will celebrate her 7th birthday on Valentine’s Day.
Delores Moore’s family have all had flu symptoms and things pertaining to the flue lately lately.
Rodger Horton has been experiencing a lot of trouble with his blood pressure fluctuating recently.
Terry Sharp, Violet Heath, Frances Wrenn, Kay Anderton, Annette and Wayne Enomoto, Sandy, Bobby and Andy Cameron and Sheila Mize visited Catherine Cameron at the hospital.
Katie Wolford (Ila Sue Walls’ granddaughter) was one of Catherine Cameron’s nurse during her stay at the hospital.