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Bedias Civic Club meets tomorrow

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Bedias News

Burn Bans remain in effect for many nearby counties, please be diligent in observing these restrictions and safety measures.

The Bedias Civic Club meets tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 03, 6 p.m. at the Bedias Civic Center for a community potluck and a fire prevention program offered by the Bedias Volunteer Fire Department. All Bedias area residents are encouraged to attend and participate in all civic club activities.

We are looking forward to a community yard sale Saturday, Oct. 12, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Bedias Civic Center, please go to the civic club Facebook page for more information.

Want to know more about the Bedias Civic Club, Bedias Women’s Club and other civic organizations active in the Bedias area? Please visit the Bedias Civic Club page,www.facebook.com/BediasCivicClubAssoc, visit the Bedias Women’s Club website, BediasWomens-Club.com ; visit our Civic Center Events and Activities page, www.facebook. com/BediasCivicCenter, or visit our Bedias News page, www.facebook.com/BediasNews, and please share your thoughts and suggestions.

Want to know more about our wonderful Bedias Museum and Library programs? Please go to the library page, www.facebook.com/BediasLibrary, pay us a visit soon, and please consider becoming a library volunteer.

We have been offering refreshing and uplifting Christian films at Faith Outreach Christian Center, in Navasota for nearly two years. Our next film “Unplanned” will be shared Sunday, Oct. 13, at 5 p.m. Please plan to join us and please encourage your friends and neighbors to attend with you and your family. You can find more information about Faith Outreach on their web-page, www.foccministries.com.

Please go to our page, www.facebook.com/BediasTexasChristianFilm-Festival, or www.facebook.com/FOCC1976, for more information on our programs.

Bedias is a wonderful community to live in, and in which to share the joys of living in a small town, please share your thoughts on how to improve this column and expand our community news coverage. Please visit our page, www.facebook.com/BediasNews, for updates and to offer your feedback, or please drop us a note at Editor-bumcnl@msn.com.

Do you have a community or church event you would like included in our weekly column? We would love to share your news with our readers.

Happy birthday to Brianna Alford, Zoe Birkert, Hellene Self, Meagan Ghormley, Ariel Loveday, Bob Johnson, Amy Michelle, Mark Reider, Kodi Parker, Sondra Burditt, Ardith Rogers and the Bedias Museum and Library. Happy anniversary to Richard and Jackie Taylor and Mike and Barbara La Mere. Congratulations to everyone else celebrating personal and family occasions. Drop us a note if you want to add someone to our birthday, anniversary or concerns list.

Please take care when driving near our schools and in sharing the road with school busses, and in road construction and repair areas. Please uphold our brave law enforcement officers, volunteer firefighters and other first responders. Please remember the James Gray family on his recent passing, also please remember Joe and Betty Williamson, MaeDell Younts, Gene Stapleton, Philip Up-church, Richard Taylor, Lew Gears, George Newton, and Aidan Fedor in your hearts and prayers.

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“Two are better than one: If one falls down, his friend can help him up.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10)