Vacation Bible School Day at Dillwyn – Farmville

TThe Cumberland County Landfill Alert Committee, a non-profit organization, will hold its regular monthly meeting on Sunday, October 10 at 3 p.m. at the Cumberland County Community Center located at 45 and Davenport Road. The continued purpose of these meetings is to inform residents of Cumberland County and surrounding counties of the serious impact this mega landfill will have on them and their neighbors, by giving them the most recent update.

The Buckingham County Christian Fellowship Association, a non-profit organization, will be holding its regular monthly meeting on Saturday, October 2 at 1 p.m. at Welcome Wesleyan Church located on US Route 15 north of Dillwyn at 26599 North James Madison Hwy.

All members are welcome to attend and bring a covered dish for lunch. This will be followed by the October program featuring gospel music at its best by Nancy Fairchild.

For more information or to find out more about the group, contact President Barry Miles at home (804) 492-5806 or cell (434) 315-4181.

Happy Birthday greetings this week go to the following: Patricia Woodfin of Dillwyn on Saturday October 2, Ahlonah Jackson of Farmville on Sunday October 3 and Howard Dale Midkiff of Wingina on Tuesday October 5.

Special Happy Birthday wishes are sent this week to a very special couple, Dan “Shot” and Betty Jo LeSueur of Dillwyn.

Cedar Baptist Church, located at 3932 Bell Road in Dillwyn, would like to invite all middle and high school students to a special holiday Bible school day on Saturday, October 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the church. If you wish, you can pre-register your child (ren) on the church website: www.

A tip for you: Clean the oilcloth by wiping it with a little milk.

Our prayers and best wishes for a continued speedy recovery are sent this week to all who are sick and locked up everywhere.

ANNIE MAY MILES is the columnist for Trent’s Mill. She can be contacted at [email protected]

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