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Plantersville city elections this Saturday

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City of Plantersville elections will be decided Saturday, May 4. City Mayor, and five aldermen positions will be voted on. I wish all candidates good luck.

Beware of IRS scams. I received a phone call saying he was calling on the behalf of IRS. I asked to speak to a supervisor, send me the info, etc. Then I told them the Sheriff’s department will be called. They quickly hung up.

The Matthew’s Family and Charm and Sewing 4-H Club book drive is ongoing through May 31. Books collected will be donated to local hospitals. Arrangements may be made to drop off books by contacting the Matthew’s Family 979-201-6287 or via email francis.henderson@bryanisd.org. Drop offs can be made at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Grimes County office, 203 Veterans Memorial, Navasota, Tx, 77868 or call 936-873-3907.

Heroes Care Package Drive is ongoing through Saturday, May 4. Charm & Sewing 4-H Club and Kierra Lee invite you to help collect individual toiletries, and personal items to help our troops. Bibles, books, cards, crosswords, pens, pencils, travel games, hair combs, eye drops, female items, hair brushes, nail clippers, nail files, cotton swab, deodorant, Gatorade powder, nuts, oatmeal, soup packets, spam, tea, candy, crackers, batteries, dice, dominos, duct tape, spam, knife sharpeners, tissues, baby powder and bug spray. For a complete list of acceptable donations or to schedule drop-off call Watson-Lee Family 936-870-5273 or 979-220-4239. Email mellospirit1@gmail.com or kierra.lee122@gmail.com

Drop off location: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Grimes County Office, 203 Veterans Memorial, Navasota, Tx. 936-873-3907.

St. Matthew Missionary

Baptist Church

St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church in Magnolia on FM149 and 1488 invites all to their revival Wednesday, June 5, through Friday, June 7, with services at 7 p.m. nightly. The speaker is Bishop Charles E Richardson of Calvary First Baptist Church in Corpus Christi, Texas Bishop Charles E Richardson grew up in Old Washington, Texas Call pastor Emery Berry, Jr. 713-377-2306, or Ever Johnson, 936-894-2094, for more information.

The church also invites everyone to participate in the gospel play “The Old Ship of Zion” Saturday, June 8, 7 p.m. The rehearsal for the play is Tuesday, June 4, 6 p.m. if you can’t make it to rehearsal, you can still be in the play Saturday. We need someone to play the blind man, foolish virgins, wise virgins, prodigal son to name a few. This play will help you understand why you need your ticket stamped for glory land. Call Ever Johnson @ 936-894-2094 for more information.

Deepest sympathy and prayers for Perry Ealim’s family on their loss. Perry lived here for a short while and was planning on returning to Texas. He was instrumental in helping some people obtain grants, start a business, or get elected to office etc. Perry‘s good deeds will not be forgotten, and we surely won’t forget him.

Continued prayers for all who were affected by the tornado in Bryan, Calvert and Franklin, Texas and surrounding areas.

As the month of April comes to an end, I would like to wish everyone born or married in this month a happy birthday and anniversary.

Happy birthday to Atosha Stewart and a Heavenly birthday wish to Kevin J. Powell.

Please send all news, birthdays and anniversaries to me by noon Thursday. Send to destmonj17@yahoo.com or call 936-894-2094. Thanks in advance.