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Nancy McCoy is back in the hospital in Huntsville. We are wishing her the best.

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Violet Heath had family members visiting her on the 23rd and 24th. There was lots of people, lots of food and lots of fun. Violet spent Christmas Day at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Becky and Wayne Whitaker. They have a beautiful home on Bishop Mountain, with a gorgeous view.

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Judy D. Sims has a new great-grandson. His name is Kai Alexander Bell. He was 20 inches long and weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces. His mom and dad are Kelsey and Alex Bell. He has 2 sisters, Brylee and Addie. They plan to call him Kai.

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Frances Wrenn attended her granddaughter Amelia Wrenn’s basketball game at DAR recently. DAR won the game by one point.

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Bud and Delores Moore, Tracy Burrage and Jacee White went on a cruise to Cozumel, Costa Maya and other places. They played their ukuleles with 20 people from 5 different states. On the last night, they played for an audience of about 500. It rained nearly every day, but they toured anyway. D…

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Bakers Chapel Baptist Women had their annual Christmas luncheon at the Cracker Barrel on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Those who attended were Kay Anderton, Dulcie Walls, Frances Wrenn, Violet Heath, Carolyn Cook, Carol Martin, Rita Graham, Louis Beard, Becky Whitaker and Betty Ratchford.

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Charles and Rita Graham and family celebrated Thanksgiving on November 18th.

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Frances Wrenn and Betty Ratchford make a trip with a group to Helen and Delonaga, Georgia. They stayed 2 nights in Blue Ridge, Georgia.

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Violet Heath’s great-grandson, Brendan Nessell, is back at home in Columbus, Mississippi. He has been working at his job as a lineman in North Carolina. He and another work crew are heading to Panama City, Florida, as their next assignment. He and his crew had been working at another job rep…

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Dulcie Walls had a visit from her friend, Ruby DeBolt.

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My sister, Rena Hammett, who lives in Panama City, Florida, was not heard from for about 36 hours following the hurricane. We were really concerned. Finally, some family members were able to get through and on Saturday, they took her to the home of my daughter, Gail Zeigler. Rena chose not t…

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Catherine Cameron had an enjoyable visit from Elizabeth Anderson Jeffiers, who lives in Taylorsville, Kentucky. She was born and raised near Swearengin, Alabama, the daughter of Audrey and Clyde Anderson. We visited about an hour and she brought a spoon for my collection. I had not seen her …

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Jordaine Davidson and Maliyah Edwards were in the neighborhood selling candy for the school.

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Francis Wrenn attended the ballgame at DAR Thursday night in order to see her grandson, Alex Wrenn, play in the band.

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Dulcie Walls had a visit from 2 of her nieces, Bonnie Walker and Joy Nelly.

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Ada and Jerry Harbin had a weekend visit from their son, Jarod, and his sons, Trey and Jacob.

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To further celebrate Martha Ann Bundy’s birthday, her daughters Rhonda Carr and Cindy Carr took her to spend the weekend at Cindy’s brother-in-law’s (Ken & Debbie Carr’s) house in Decatur. They shopped in Hartselle on the way home.

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Deborah Moore is in the hospital with pneumonia.

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Bakers Chapel Baptist Women met at the church on Tuesday, August 7, for their monthly missionary meeting. Those present included Carolyn Cook, Rita Graham, Betty Ratchford, Violet Heath, Frances Wrenn, Louise Beard and Deborah Moore, along with 4 children.

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On display at Marshall Medical Center North, in the hallway to Outpatient Surgery, are art projects from Claysville Elementary School.

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Some members of Bakers Chapel Baptist Church went to the Baptist Camp on July 25th to swim and eat pizza and ice cream.

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Violet Heath, Frances Wrenn and Catherine Cameron had lunch together.

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Geneva McCoy was baptized at Bakers Chapel Baptist Church on Sunday, July 8, 2018.

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Roger Horton spent a few days in Marshall North Hospital due to some heart problems.

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Catherine Cameron has been visiting her daughter, Gail Zeigler, in Mobile.  While there, they did several fun things. One was a group bus trip to Gulf Shores to see "Pump Boys and the Dinettes" at the Summer Tide Theater (performed by University of Alabama students) after eating at The Gift …

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Henryville United Methodist Church Springers went to Chattanooga to ride the train, eat lunch and sight-see. Violet Heath and Frances Wrenn joined them.

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The Moores — Bud, Trenton and the gang — are cutting hay.

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Shirley Leslie’s birthday party was held at the Guntersville Senior Center, not her home on Bakers Chapel Road. Sorry for the error, Shirley.

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Joy Horton had a fall in her back yard and had to have help to get up. She is okay, only some sore places. Robert Anderton, the husband of Joy's niece Kathy Anderton, had to go to the emergency room in Huntsville after a limb fell on his head while cutting a tree. He is at home and doing well. 

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Shirley Leslie turned 95 on May 25. Her family couldn't get together on that date, so they did her party the week before on May 19 at Shirley's home on Bakers Chapel Road. There were 52 people in attendance, mostly family, but some of her fellow Eastern Star members. Shirley loved it. Those …

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We received a few showers of much needed rain over the last few days.

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Jacee White had a wisdom tooth removed and fared really well.

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John Ross Stubblefield celebrated his 6th birthday on May 3. His parents are Kevin and Mary Grace. He has an older sister, Abby.

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Bakers Chapel Baptist Church had a "casual day" on April 29. They had hamburgers and hot dogs cooked on the grill. It was so windy that eating was done inside. During the worship hour, Delores Moore, Jacee White and Betty Ratchford played their dulcimers. The young folks played their ukulele…

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I have been writing about so many folks being under the weather lately. Now I have it. I am better, but not well. Last Saturday, my four phones were out and it was hard to get news. My good neighbor, Judy D. Sims, came and rebooted the phones and they came on. Judy is so efficient. She can d…

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Dulcie Walls has a visit from her niece, Bonnie Walker, on Tuesday.

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Nancy and Leon McCoy are both sick with bronchitis and sinusitis. They are not well at all.

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My daughter Gail’s husband, Steve Zeigler, whose battle with cancer I have been writing about, died Easter Sunday at 3 p.m. Thank you for your prayers, calls and thoughts concerning our family.

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Violet Heath and Frances Wrenn visited Catherine Cameron for a brief time on Wednesday afternoon.

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Dulcie Walls had a visit from her niece, Bonnie Walker, last week. Dulcie was to have an 87th birthday on March 13. She is the oldest member of Baker's Baptist Church in Claysville. On Sunday, March 11, she had visitors to surprise her at church. Her son and daughter-in-law, Charles and Kath…

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Dulcie Walls had a visit from her granddaughter, Tessa Berry, from Fayetteville, Tennessee.

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Many thanks to the person who brought back my tool I use to turn the water on and off.

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There was a great turnout at Bakers Chapel Baptist Church on Valentine’s Day. The ladies brought ingredients for tacos. Then others brought cakes, pies and all kinds of goodies.

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Barfield Health Care’s new residents are Elowese Cordes, Mildred Jackson, Mildred Stroud, Jewell Beck and Romaine Mann.