Richards received a facelift this past week as ditches and edges of the roadways were mowed along FM 149. It sure looks nice and made our roads a lot safer too. It’s much easier to see down the road when you pull off a dirt road and easier to see traffic coming as well as wild hogs, deer and other animals that may dart out in your path. Thanks to whoever made this possible. It sure looks nice.
Union Grove Baptist Church in Richards along with many others from many other neighboring churches came out in support of Union Grove Baptist children and youth. It was the place to be Friday night as folks from all over gathered to sing and entertain. It was a full house and a very enjoyable evening. Youth and children from Union Grove were raising money for camp. The youth and children waited tables as they served popcorn, snacks of all kinds, cakes, cupcakes and drinks all night long. There were many beautiful singers and bands from Richards and other towns. Pastor Jay Kott along with Teresa were there with the Shiro Baptist Church praise and worship band. There were both youth and a little more elderly singing. Families as well as individuals both sang. The music was good, and Lynda Tallafferro kept the crowd smiling, laughing and entertained very well in between musicians. It was a very fun evening, and everyone had a very good time.
“To Mars and Beyond” is in full swing this week at Union Grove Baptist Church located at 24380 FM 149. It is not too late to join them. VBS is being held June 17 through June 21 and begins nightly 5:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Dinner is included. Children ages three through sixth grade are welcome. Call or text 936-661-8604 for more information
Richards Methodist Church in Richards will be hosting VBS this year at their location, 6639 FM 1486. Richards Methodist Church along with Crossroads Fellowship hold their VBS together every year rotating locations. A fun time will be enjoyed by many boys and girls with this year’s theme “In the Wild.” VBS will begin at 6:30 p.m. through 8:30 p.m. Come out and join them for a lot of fun and fun activities.
I have been wanting to feel better and get into better shape. I was excited to find out I didn’t have to go very far to do so and you may be interested too.
There is a wellness class that focuses on functional strength training and injury prevention. The class includes education on being resilient throughout aging with technique breakdown of each movement and ends with a group workout. Individuals are given an appropriate personalized workout that matches their skill level. All ages and skill levels are welcome. This class is taught by John McDonald who is a certified personal trainer and student physical therapist assistant who has experience working with individuals that are rehabbing, through injury. John’s main interest is preventing frailty and encouraging adults of all ages to live an active lifestyle especially through functional exercise. The class is held Monday and Thursday at 4 p.m., at the Roans Prairie Community Center. If interested contact John McDonald, 979-595-6175.
There will be a Fifth Sunday Evening Service featuring a gathering of any and all churches in Grimes County Sunday, June 30, at 6 p.m., at Fellowship of Believers in Shiro. For more information contact email@example.com
Continue to pray for Tere Phelps, Marie Tomkivits, The Ward Family, Robert and Rebecca Wisnoski, Stacey Wisnoski and our president.
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