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Happy July Birthday to: Jules Allen, Curt Allen, Kelly Alford, TJ Maples, Todd Boyd, Celeste Hickman, Bobby Anderson, Melissa Stringfield, Aunt Jo Duncan, Carlos Clark, Brian Creel, Taylor Riley, Sampson James, Patrick Jackson, Bradford Morris, Aubrey Brumfield, Darrell Grabert, Michael Scott, Colby Coleman, David Thoeny, Cherry Estes, Wayne Taylor, Candie Simoneaux, Naquille Martin, Phoenix Bertrand, Nikki Riley, Jodi Riley, Sis. Joan Duncan, Paul Painter, Richard Chain and Rayne Tetreau.

Condolences to the family and friends of Mrs. Debra Boudreaux and the Reverend Dr. Carolyn McClendon.

This Saturday, July 16, Silver Creek Campground will have 4 water houses/inflatables for the kids to enjoy all day. The DJ/karaoke starts that evening at 7 p.m. They will also have a snowball and a food vendor.

The descendants of William Lee Gill and Audie Painter Gill gathered for a Gill reunion last Saturday at the beautiful home of Mark and Dana Harrison. About 40 family members attended. William and Audie Gill had 10 children: Linda Gill Tamor, William “Daniel” Gill, Marjorie Gill Miller (dec.), Richard Gill, Wyman Gill (dec.), Marie Gill Webb, Patricia Gill Perdue, Cynthia “Cindy” Gill Reynolds, Perry Gill (dec.), and the youngest of the bunch is my father, William “Earl” Gill. Aunt Linda, Uncle Daniel, Uncle Richard, Aunt Cindy, Aunt Marie and my father were all at the meeting. Uncle Richard came by train from Washington State to be there!

Aunt Mary Lou Gill, Uncle Daniel’s wife, introduced everyone to the history of the Gill family. After many hours of genealogical research, she traced ancestors back to the 1700s. It was very interesting. Cousin Loralyn Gill DeRoche hosted family trivia games where everyone could learn about the Gill siblings’ childhood.

We had lots of food, laughs and memories were made.

Mount Hermon School

Retired MHS employees will meet for breakfast on Tuesday, July 26 from 9-11 a.m. at Sugar Shack in Franklinton.

Preparation day for students in grades 7-12 is Tuesday, July 26. Students in grades 7 to 9 – 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., and they must wear a gray polo shirt. Students in grades 10-12 from 10:30 a.m. to noon must wear a black or white polo shirt. Students will receive their timetable, pay course fees, purchase spirit shirts, and take photos for student IDs.

If your Grade 1-5 student is interested in becoming a 2022-2023 MHS Little Stinger, please email [email protected] to register. Please include your child’s name and the class they are entering.

Any MHS student in grades 8-12 who would like to participate in the 2022-2023 Jackettes Dance Team, please email [email protected] to register and get more information. There will be a mandatory dance clinic at MHS on July 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clinic fee is $10 and emails must be received by Wednesday, July 13 in order to attend.

Mount Hermon Baptist Church

It’s Christmas in July! Every family/household is challenged to pack at least one shoebox for Operation Christmas Child this month and bring it to church by July 31st. Suggested items are crayons, coloring books, hygiene items, socks, foam balls, interactive toys with extra batteries, and school supplies.

Seniors will meet at the church next Thursday, July 21 at 11 a.m. for lunch.

A back-to-school blessing will take place on July 30 at 10 a.m. This is to honor and pray for teachers, school staff and students as they begin a new school year. All women are invited, especially teachers.

May you all have a blessed week!

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