Brenda Lucas: Community news for Saturday, June 25 | Features/Entertainment
PSST: It doesn’t want to be held a mystery — Tom McCoy leaves the 80s powering to check out No. 90, which is celebrated Saturday, June 25. Satisfied birthday, Tom, and hope you have a balanced, joyful and loving day and future yr.
3-IN-Just one: 3 unique functions are integrated following Mass Sunday, June 26, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Chesapeake, Ohio. Hosted by Parish Council and CWC, a Celebration Sunday brunch celebrates Father Thomas Nelson’s time there and wishes him the very best in his new assignment. Angel Hastings is identified as a confirmation recipient. Carolina Jaime and Adam Jeffers are honored as higher university graduates.
Concert: Rob McNurlin performs during Ironton aLive’s no cost Tuesday Night Concert Series at 6:30 p.m. June 28 at Ironton Farmers Industry.
Next: Sunday, June 26, marks the next anniversary of the demise of Kenova resident Joseph Frazier, who was 90 decades outdated. Joe wore lots of hats — retired police main from Town of Ceredo serving right until 1994, retired millwright from Community 1519 and retired garden mower repairman (though he would hardly ever admit that as he tinkered with them until finally not extended before he handed absent in 2021), as well as husband to Beatrice “Honey” Frazier a lot of several years before her passing, dad, granddad and fantastic-granddad and mate. A modest man in stature, he had a form coronary heart, huge smile and stood tall in the community. He proceeds to be missed from the relatives and in the group.
Plan: James McMurtry, Aoife O’Donovan, Natalie Hemby, Sammy Rae and the Mates and Heather Maloney are featured on the stay program of “Mountain Stage” at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 26, at Charleston Tradition Middle Theater. Tickets are $25 to $30.
CONGRATS: Megan Anuszkiewicz graduated from Liberty University with a Learn of Training in administration and supervision. The wife of Nick Anuszkiewicz, daughter of Paul and Lorri Turman and granddaughter of Paul and Karen Turman, all of Barboursville’s Steele Memorial United Methodist Church, is a stay-at-home mother and substitute instructor but strategies to include complete-time teaching and administration.
CANOEING: Beech Fork Condition Park celebrates Nationwide Canoe Working day Sunday, June 26, with a group float at 4:30 p.m. at the dock, 5601 Extensive Branch Road, near Barboursville. Participants to satisfy at the boat dock at 4 p.m. Canoes/kayaks are obtainable for rent. Weather conditions-appropriate clothes and sunscreen are proposed. To pre-register, get hold of 304-528-5794 or [email protected]
REMEMBERING: James William Journell, born June 25, 1951, is remembered by a sister, Carolyn Byrd Williamson, and other folks figuring out and loving him as he passed away from cancer in March 2013. Born in Roanoke, Virginia, he retired from U.S. Military right after 23 yrs, was a helicopter med in the course of Vietnam War and also retired from Veterans Administration Clinical Middle.
WINDING DOWN: The time for Pastor Kevin Lantz of Steele Memorial United Methodist Church is winding down as he is retiring right after 40 decades in God’s provider. He and wife, Kim, are honored with a included-dish dinner next church company Sunday, June 26. The Rev. Greg Markins succeeds Pastor Kevin at this Barboursville church. Most effective wishes, Pastor Kevin, and might you have a blessed, relaxing retirement.
DEGREED: Christopher Clark, of Hurricane, West Virginia, obtained an undergraduate diploma in molecular biology from Cedarville University in Ohio. Congratulations on this accomplishment.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Jacob Simpkins, Robert Anderson, Larry J. Bumgardner, Matthew Stead, Lacie Casto, Skylar Hallam, Dennis Arthur, Sherry Houck, Grace Ghiz, Pete Ramella, Michael Mayes Jr., Sharon Logan, Art Chapman, Meredith O’Malley, Lincoln Dudley, Carrie Cox, Lucas Johain nevertheless a teen at 15, Tammy Slight.
TODAY’S ANNIVERSARIES: Jack and Claren Perkins, Joe and Valerie McMillion, Chris and Dawn Ball (2005), Earl and Teresa Trawick.
SUNDAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Kevin Knowles, Cathy Treacy, Mary Ann Walsh, Dolores Foster, Wyatt Smith, Patty Mast, Hunter Adkins is 24, Anna Gosalin, Sara Mosley, Joey Harless Jr., Jeff Welch, Ed Davis, George Beckett, Greg Cleveland, Stephanie Mills, Rose-Ann Prince, Sierra Rose.
SUNDAY’S ANNIVERSARIES: James and Frances Circumstance, Jeanette Rowsey and Chuck Minsker, Sue and John Workman, Jeff and Sabrina Moore, Pat and Heather Holland, Thomas and Andrea Rogowski.
MONDAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Frances Situation, Bill Dolen, Bob Paden, Sally Williams, Russ Witten, Doug Townsend, Michele Hale, Doug Adams, Carrie Tanner, Hunter Boshell, Rusty Eastham, Kathy Johnson, Rachel King, Gloria Summer season, Joanne Rife, Dr. Sirous Arya, Connie Kuhn, Shay Ellis, Rodney Kimble, Joey Nelon, Monthly bill Warden, Amanda Cremeans, Serenity Faith Malett turns 8, Steve Cockrell, David Dunkum, Mel Hicks.
MONDAY’S ANNIVERSARIES: Alan and Charlene Hawkins, Curt and Katelyn Mann, Dave and Debbie Tincher, Susan and Father Ray Hage, Davey and Lauren Freeman.
CHUCKLE: Martin was becoming interviewed for a new position. The individual conducting the interview preferred to come across out something about his character, so he questioned, “If you could have a dialogue with a person, living or useless, who would it be?” Devoid of hesitation, Martin responded, “The living one, of class!”