Nancy M. Young: April7, 2018
Published 3:12 pm Monday, April 9, 2018
Eric and Jessica Watson of Leesburg announce the birth of a son, William Russell Watson. The infant weighed 8 lbs. and 11 oz. and was 22 inches long. He has a sister Claire Watson. Grandparents are John and Lynne Cook of DeSoto and Eddie and Sharon Watson of Ellaville.
Thanks for supporting bake sale
The women of Ellaville United Methodist Church are thankful for the support during the Easter Bake Sale held the day before Easter.
All proceeds go to celebrate the church’s 160th anniversary in October.
Thanks also to Joel and Sharon Veatch for allowing the women to set up in front of their business.
Schley County 4-H’ers selling Vidalia onions
The Schley County 4-H is selling Vidalia onions to offset the cost of our 4-H’ers attending camp this summer.
This year the fifth- and sixth-graders will travel to Wahsega 4-H Center in the North Georgia mountains for a fun filled week of fun and adventure.
The onions are $10 for 10-lb. bag. Orders can be placed with any 4-H’er who will be attending camp, or you may contact Schley County Extension Office at 937-1180 and speak to Brenda Welch. Deadline for ordering is April 20 and the onions are expected to arrive the afternoon of May 10.
Thank you for your support of the Schley County 4-H Club.
Ellaville Methodist Church Wesleyan group meets
On April 2, the Ellaville United Methodist Church Wesleyan Group met in the church Social Hall.
President Sharon Wall called the meeting to order and Nora Morrow opened with prayer.
Secretary Ann Gill gave her report and the treasurer, Mary Ellen McCorkle gave her report.
Upcoming events were discussed.
Nancy McMath Young gave the program, “When Dogwoods Bloom.”
Hostess was Brenda Phillips. She served cake and coffee.
Members present, in addition to those already mentioned, were Judy Gattis and Jacquelynn Dillard.