Roddy Maddox’s family surprised him with a Birthday Party and Steak Supper Saturday night at his house. Those helping him celebrate were Sally Hardin, Ricky & Chris Maddox, Roman and Angela Maddox, Robert and Barbara Grimes, Reagan and Kayshia Grimes, Mickey and Coney Hanley, and Jason and Crystal Mendl. The kids there were David Maddox, Ross Maddox, Dean Maddox, Reese Grimes, and Payton and Preston Hanley.
The Baptist Church will have a revival starting on Sunday, February 14. Covered dish luncheon on Sunday. Services also on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night. Everyone is invited.
Doug and Cyndi Suggs went to LaPorte to watch their grandson Payton, play basketball. While there they also visited with Jeff, Sydnie, Tiffany, Monica and Samus. On Friday night they attended a play at the LaPorte high school. Sydnie’s friend Robert Lebeau was in the play. It was the play White Christmas. They did a great job.
Janiece Duggan had foot surgery last Monday. She is doing fine.
There was a Super Bowl Party at the Cherokee Home for Children. Before the game they had a time of worship. Then during the game there were lots of goodies to eat. Everyone had a good time.
Dan and Esther Cox had family visiting with them over the weekend.
Howard Jenkel’s cousin, Lea Jenkel from NeuKirchen Vluyn Germany (Dusseldorf) is planning a trip to the US and will stay with Howard and Carmen during her visit. Lea will be arriving on February 15 and will be staying with Howard and Carmen through the month of March. Lea would like to meet as many people as possible while she is staying in Cherokee. This trip is part of her college studies. Hopefully, she will get to see bluebonnets while she is here. Let’s all give her a big "Texas" Welcome.
Tracy Johnson had surgery in Fredericksburg last week. She is home and doing well.
The Baptist Youth will be serving a Valentine Supper on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the new Youth/Activity Building. If you want to sign up to attend, call the grocery store and I can sign you up.
The Students from Cherokee School raised over $2,000 for the people of Haiti.
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Please pray for Haiti.