Adair County Resource Center Food Pantry was open Thursday, May 20 and provided food to 42 families. They will be open again Thursday, May 27 from 8 - 11 a.m.
Kathy Gore spent the weekend in Jenks, Oklahoma with her father, W. J. Bolton.
Rock Springs Valley had more rain last week. There was no cutting hay, so several of the men decided they may as well go fishing and catch some catfish they heard were biting. The men wanted to catch fish and that’s exactly what they did. The men also got their minds off of cutting hay.
Congratulations to Stilwell High School graduates who received their high school diplomas Thursday, May 20.
Attendance at the Rock Springs Baptist Church on Sunday, May 23 was 57 individuals. Leo Allard, former pastor, was the morning speaker.
Jess and Michelle Merriott took one of their international students to Fayetteville, Arkansas to the airport on Saturday, May 22, to fly back home. The family’s other international student will fly out Wednesday, May 26.
May 31 is Memorial Day weekend. Most people go to the cemetery where their loved ones are buried and put flowers on the graves.
Continue praying for America and all the leaders, Adair County students and teachers, Paula Atar, Paul Blair, Larry Eubanks, individuals with COVID-19, Bill and Vinia Presley, Chris and Rhonda Presley David and Andrea Poplin, Bill and Janie Stane, Jennifer Schmitt, COVID-19 vaccine, T. W. Workman, Yvonne Workman and Donald Wright.
Until next time... Those who deserve love the least probably, need it the most.
Matthew 5:44 says, “I say unto you, love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you and pray for them.”