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Beulah Community News
I hope everyone had a good week. At Beulah Church of Christ we have a lot of members, and friends, that are having health problems. Roger Parker had liver surgery which went really well. He came home on Sunday and hopes to regain his strength and be back with us at church. Merriette Rose went to the emergency room but doing some better and back at home. His wife Bell hasn’t been feeling well also. Mary Massengale has been sick and not able to be at church Sunday either. Pam and Jeff Joyner were out also. Gilbert Fisher is still at home but still regaining his strength back. Billy, Darwell and Libba Daniels were at church Sunday but still need our prayers. Amy West still has some health issues but was at church Sunday. Mildred Catlett was at church but she still has some health problems also, so does Mae Bell Hardy, who we were glad could attend on Sunday.

Virginia Duke Moss, the sister of Frances Dunn, is still at Hunter Hill Senior Village and having a lot of health issues. Remember Lorraine Hedgepeth, the mother of Mary Lee Bass. She is at Guardian Care. Others to remember on our prayer list are Charles Aycock, Marvin Vick, Joey Cary, Jackie Coggins, Tina Enroughty, Shirley Head, Jimmy King, Rossie King, Otis O’Conney, Rose Skinner, Janna Turner, others you may know about and all our service men and women who are risking their lives for our freedom. Pray for Amanda Enroughty, who will leave for Afghanistan in May. Also pray for her brother, Aaron Rogers, who will be having some heart repairs done on this Friday. I failed to mention him earlier on the sick list.

Now for some good news! We had another great sermon brought to us by our minister, Daniel West Sunday morning and also on Sunday night. Sunday morning his wife, Amy West brought us a special in song using sign language, She did a great job and was enjoyed by all. Kelsee West cared for all the children at Junior church on Sunday morning. Thank you Amy and also Kelsee. We had several visitors on Sunday morning. Mickey and Bonnie Matthews brought the new granddaughter with them. Her name is Hadley Bone and with them also was Hadley’s big sister, Emma Bone. Chris Matchum’s mother and step-father visited also, along with a couple of friends from Raleigh.  We also were glad to see Carolyn Hunt Matthews from Richmond with us. Carolyn also gave the flowers on Sunday in memory of her parents, Ellis and Lucille Hunt, and they were really beautiful. We always welcome visitors and pray their visit will be beneficial to their spiritual well-being and they will come back. Carolyn Hunt also attended the Alumni Banquet at Red Oak on Friday night along with Mary Lee Bass, Stump Bass, Wilma Enroughty and many other graduates of the former Red Oak High School - classes from 1932 - 1966. It was really special and heart-warming to see so many “old” classmates, the youngest of whom were around 62 years old. Mrs. R.V. Reges was not able to attend this year but a faithful member and will be 100 years old on the 19th of May. She is a former graduate, teacher, and the mother of Roger Reges. Mrs. Reges, we missed seeing you. May God bless you.

Ladies Aid will meet on Monday night (19th).

Attention - Many of you have asked me about this next event! On Sunday night, May 23, at 6 p.m. the Royal Oak Descendants of Goldsboro, NC will be at Beulah with a special gospel music event. Please plan to attend. Last time they came we had a full-house. They are really great!

Please have a great, and safe, week ahead. Thought for the week; Make the most of every day, it could be your last chance to make a difference in someone’s life (or your own).

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