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National day of Prayer event set for Thursday

“One nation under God,” is the theme for this year’s National Day of Prayer.

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Annual Providence Cemetery meeting set Sunday, May 20

The annual Providence Cemetery Association meeting will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 20

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Ronnie Barker won the pleasure of smacking Will Ramsay with a pie in the face

Pie in the faceRonnie Barker won the pleasure of smacking Will Ramsay with a pie in the face at the Alamo Mission Museum’s festival this weekend.

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Cinco de Mayo

The local celebration of Cinco de Mayo will be conducted Sunday, May 6 at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Mount Vernon. For more information, see the April 29 edition of the Mount Vernon Optic-Herald.

Fairview Cemetery meeting set

The annual homecoming service at the Fairview Cemetery in northern Franklin County will be on Sunday, May 6.

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Sims celebrates 80th birthday

Approximately 30 friends and family members gathered at the Hagansport Community Center to celebrate Eva Sims’ 80th birthday

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Tour de Cypress run

Tour de Cypress runThe Fields family of Wills Point, Ernest, Cindi, Marissa, and Angelina, participated in the Rotary Club Tour de Cypress 5K run on Saturday, April 21.

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Trustees to be elected at Rockhill

The  Rockhill Cemetery Association will conduct its annual meeting  on the grounds of the cemetery after a lunch on the grounds at noon Saturday, May 19.

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Tranquil Cemetery meeting set Sunday, May 6

The Tranquil Cemetery Association will have its annual meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 6, 2012.

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