Feb. 6, 2013 —
On Monday, Feb. 25, New Beginnings Assembly of God is inviting area pastors to a meeting of pastors and ministers who are genuinely concerned about this terrible epidemic of drug addiction and abuse of prescription and illicit medications.
To bring us to this unity we have invited Brother Doug Abner of Manchester, KY to join us as he shares the great movement of God in Clay County. Brother Doug has been very involved with the prayers of faith and the community coming together. He and Pastor Ken Bolin of First Baptist Church of Manchester spearheaded the efforts of numerous pastors as their county and southeastern Kentucky came together.
In such a time as this we need all pastors and ministry leaders to come together with the one purpose of unifying the Body of Christ in prayer and agreement. Please do your best to be a part of this great meeting.
The lunch will be held Monday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will take place at the New Beginnings Assembly of God church at 100 Promise Land Drive in Grayson. Please RSVP for meal purposes.
Feb. 6, 2013 —
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East Carter Tennis thanks sponsors
The East Carter Tennis Team Boosters Club would like to thank the following sponsors for making this year’s Grayson Summer Classic Tennis Tournament a success.
Cooper family appreciates support
Olive Hill and Carter County is a very generous community. Some of our friends and family hosted a "Charlie Cooper Benefit" on Saturday, June 1, and we had a wonderful turnout.
"Dry" counties: in name only
For the record, anything bad that happened that was alcohol related in Grayson or Carter County over the last 76 years happened right in the middle of a "DRY" county.
Alcohol sales would hurt Grayson citizens
My name is Donald Edward Bays. I am the father of Donald Keith Bays. I love my son, but when you are wrong, you are wrong. There is no way that Grayson will be better off if it is voted wet.
Closing Bell at Carter City full of memories
The Carter City community officially closed the third Carter School on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Crickets in the high school: lessons learned
For any young person, part of growing up involves the eventual realization that:
Yeager will be fondly remembered
It is with much sadness I have to tell the children of Olive Hill that SFC Clair P. Yeager (Retired), better known as “Sarge” passed away on April 10, 2013.
Thanks to Relay for Life supporters
I want to thank everyone who was involved in helping make the Relay For Life event a success on June 1, 2013.
Encouragement for East Carter seniors
For any young person, part of growing up involves the eventual realization that: 1) the world isn't just unfair, it is often irrational and vindictive.
Donate to animal shelter in memory of previous pets
This week, as we remember loved ones who have passed on, I would like to remind everyone not to forget any four legged friends who have passed on as well.
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