Many churches saw a decline in parishioner attendance with the onset of the pandemic. It is logical to think that attendance would have increased when people needed to grow closer to God. However, some local pastors believe the decrease was motivated by fear of the unknown, and some people refused to expose themselves to a virus that was taking lives. With a better understanding of the virus, people are more at ease, but the issues we face in the world are forever mounting and causing additional emotional trauma. For these reasons, churches are uniting to promote the National Back to Church Sunday on Sept. 19.
Elwood Staffing recently hosted a job fair in the parking lot at Farmers Insurance on Main Street.
The Young County Museum of History and Culture [YCMHC] is one of 15 museums that make up the Regional Museum Alliance [RMA], based in Wichita Falls.
Greetings from the Cub Center on these dog days of summer. Escape the heat by visiting us in our cool Center.
The Amity Club held its first meeting Thursday, Sept. 2, at Olney Heritage Museum. The president, Gail Spears, called the meeting to order at 10:30 a.m.