Every Thursday morning, since May of 2019, the Cumberland Presbyterian Church (210 S. Ave M) has been hosting Drive-through Prayer. This has been a unique opportunity for us to get to know many of you who have stopped by for prayer and a word of encouragement. This time has been precious for our church, and we hope it has been for the community as well.
The Cross Timbers stitch guild were sharing their quilts with the public this past week, Jan. 14. The members gathered together at the public library in Olney, displaying their quilts in one of the back rooms of the Library.
The Jr Altruistic Club met Wednesday in the home of Jan Tyler. We enjoyed delicious refreshments served by Jan and co host Barbara Calvin. Minutes of prior meeting were read and approved and new business was discussed. Next month club members are looking forward to going to the home of Lauri Harmel for a cookie decorating class. Meeting adjourned and a great time was had by all.
Leisure time can seem like a luxury for many adults. While it can seem like there’s little time in the day to do more than tend to responsibilities at work and at home, people may have more time to pursue leisure activities than they realize.
Support continues to pour in concerning a potential speed limit reduction on Highway 251 in Olney. This issue has resurfaced over the past month, with several residents in the area wanting to see a change given the amount of potential accidents that could occur in this area. Some believe it is better to make a change before more life threatening accidents arise.