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Sandy Ridge Boy Scout Troop #465 will hold their 9th Annual Car, Truck, Motorcycle and ATV Show on Saturday, May 26 with a rain date of June 2. The location is Sandy Ridge Volunteer Fire Dept. from 8 am until 3 pm. Registration is $20 and will end at noon. “If it has wheels and an engine, we have a trophy!” If you wish to donate monetarily or donate a door prize, contact Eddie Belcher at 871-2496 or Jimmy Ellington at 871-2049. Plan to attend and help send a kid to camp.

Don’t forget about the benefit for Dillon Priddy, a six-year-old kindergarten student at Sandy Ridge Elementary, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia. Dillon began treatment as soon as he was diagnosed and is not able to attend school or make public appearances. A spaghetti supper will be served on Saturday, May 26, from 4 to 7 pm at the school cafeteria. Plates will be $8 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. There will also be a silent auction and raffle. For more information, or to donate, contact Angie Joyce at 816-5054 or Tessa Joyce at 413-6686.

Smith Chapel Baptist Church will be having revival with Brother Don Ball beginning Sunday, June 3 at 6:00 pm and Monday the 4th through Wednesday the 6th at 7 pm. Everyone is invited to come and join them.

Riverside Baptist Church has rescheduled their baptism for Sunday June 3 at 4 pm at the lower picnic shelter at Moratock Park. Promise Baptist Church from Thomasville (Pastor David Hedrick) will also participate. Carolyn Manuel stated that at least ten members have confirmed their baptism. A short service will follow the baptism. After the service, hot dogs will be served. All who wish are welcome to attend/participate. A revival is planned for Fri. June 8 at 7 pm, Sat, June 9 at 7 pm, Sunday morning at 11 am following Sunday School and Sun night at 6 pm. Rev. Randy Roberts will be speaking with special singing nightly. Plan to attend on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, as the women of the church cook breakfast for the men at 8:30 am. All are invited. Sunday school will follow at 10 am and Sunday morning worship at 11 am.

Shelvie Dodson has news from Delta UMC. She reported that the yard sale and homecoming went well. The annual church cookout will be Sunday, May 27 immediately following church service at Farris Memorial Park.

East Stokes Outreach Ministry in Walnut Cove is in need of size 4 and 5 diapers and wipes. They have posted the following: If your church, or civic group, is looking for something to do, our pantry needs some extra love/help after hours. We have food to sort and stock, and shelves that need to be rearranged for expiration.

QUOTES FOR THE WEEK

“They say a flower can’t grow without a little rain. But, isn’t it also true that too much rain…Kills the flower?” “At what point does it stop being “good” for the garden? “

My rain gauge shows 8” of rain that has fallen since Tuesday, May 15. I think the rain washed my lettuce seeds down into the neighbor’s yard. And my little potted flower I just bought is waterlogged. I know this, because it looks dead. All the blooms are gone and the pot is full of water! I read all about it and am prepared to re-pot the thing. My garden needs sunshine and a lot of it. Good luck with your gardens and flowers.

TRIED AND TASTED RECIPE

Sausage Casserole

This recipe was given to me by my friend, Sara Long. She brought this to homecoming, and it was delicious.

1 lb. pork sausage and ½ cup chopped onion

Brown sausage with onion on stove and drain. Sprinkle 2 tbsp. flour and stir. Add 16 oz. can of undrained tomatoes, 4 oz. can of undrained mushrooms, 1 tsp. oregano, ½ tsp. basil, ¼ tsp. garlic powder and 1/8 tsp. pepper. Stir and mix well, ‘til hot and slightly thickened. Separate can of crescent rolls into pieces; arrange on top of sausage mixture in Pyrex dish. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese. Bake 15-20 minutes until bread is browned at 400 degrees.

Contact Carolyn Craig 613-5315 if you have Sandy Ridge news.

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