A small group of gals from the Olney 4-H gathered together to clean up Restland Cemetery. According to Lindsey Hickam, who is a leader with the Olney 4-H group, the 4-H members participated in this community service project on Oct. 7th as part of National 4-H Week.
Olney welcomes a new doctor to Olney Hamilton Hospital; Dr. Chantel Taylor. Dr. Taylor specializes in family practice, including Neonatal, Pediatrics, Adults, and Geriatrics. Taylor also works with gynostretics and gynecology, emergency care and sports. Taylor has had much experienced from all across the country and the World—attending Brown University, Medical School in Australia and Residency at the LSU Rural Family Medicine Program.
The Amity Club meeting was held Thursday, Oct. 1, at the Fellowship Hall at the First United Methodist Church (FUMC) in Olney. The theme of the meeting was “Leaves of Gold” and was hosted by Phyllis Whitsitt and Lucretia Taylor. First Vice President Gail Spears was the program leader, and she introduced the guest speaker, Pastor Harrell Braddock of First United Methodist Church.
“Before I came to H.O.M.E. I was lost in addiction. So lost I went into a rehab in Dallas, TX hoping to find my peace and happiness. I was wrong. There was still so much missing. While in rehab, a good friend of mine heard about H.O.M.E. and she told me about it. Right away I was intrigued. I told my husband. Unsure at first but something kept telling us to just go. So, we did.
Horizon Country Church (HCC) began on Oct. 13, 2019. The building itself is owned by Dustin Hudson. Hudson was wanting this building to be used as a church and God answered him with Horizon Country.