The City of Greenville’s Annual Christmas Parade is slated for Thursday, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. with the theme of &uot;Hometown Holiday Celebration&uot;. Greenville native Beth Killough Chapman, state auditor, will be Grand Marshal. Applications for entries are available at the C of C office or call 382-3251 for more info.
The Town of McKenzie Christmas Parade is canceled. For more information, call the town hall at 374-2311.
The City of Hayneville will have it's Christmas Parade Dec. 4, 2004. The parade will feature bands, floats, horses and Santa Claus. Prizes will be given out for the most
outstanding float, float with the best Biblical theme and float with the best Christmas spirit.
The Hendersons from Milton, Fla., will be at Grace Baptist Church on Saturday, Nov. 27 at 6 p.m. The church is located 4 miles south of Hwy. 55 in McKenzie.
The Butler County Retired Educators Association will meet Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 10 a.m. at the YMCA. Please bring one gift to exchange, a type of refreshment and a gift for an elementary school student.
A prayer rally for the president, military, families and everyone throughout the nation on Sunday, Dec. 12, at 3 p.m. at the Macedonia Baptist Church.
The next regular meeting of the Butler County Board of Education will be held on Thursday, Jan. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Central Office Boardroom on Administrative Drive. The public is invited.
FIW Volunteer Fire Dept. is sponsoring a Big Buck Contest until Jan. 31st. The entry fee is $20. First place wins a Benelli Nova Shotgun 3&1/2" Magnum 12 gauge.Register at Friendship Corner Stop at the intersection of Hwy. 106 and County Road 45.
The Brooks Cemetery Fund is in critical need of donations. Anyone interested in making a tax deductible donation may contact Sam Baker or Gayle Sanford at 374-8103. Donations may also be sent to P.O. Box 21, McKenzie.
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(This week The Luverne Journal spotlights long#045;time Rutledge resident Ruby Still, who now resides at Luverne Health and Rehab.)
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