This weekend brought about the "spring forward" moving our clocks up an hour, this is something I am not fond of. But I'm hoping all of you remembered to make it to church on time for Sunday morning. I've heard on the news of some politicians lobbying for the time to stay the same, I believe I agree because this old body is having a hard time doing all these adjustments, just leave it alone, I hope you agree.

How was your past week? Glad to see all the water going down, was kind of worried after all the rain we got on Saturday. Kenneth, my sister and I was in Owensboro when the downpour came, what a mess trying to get around and do some shopping. We made it and got back home safely. Sure am happy with the warmer temperatures and occasionally the sun shines. I sure enjoy any amount of rays I get. This next week will be spring break for all the kiddo's and school staff, if traveling be safe and hope you have a great time. Allie is on break this week and soaking up the sun in Florida, she says this was a much needed break from school and work, praying for a great time and safe travels back. Sure hope to see her real soon, it has been a while and I really do miss her.

Great day at Sacramento Baptist church on Sunday, a great message from Brother Wendell and a fundraiser for Chole Malloy to help out for her mission trip to Guatemala in May. We all enjoyed the hamburgers, hot dogs and fixin's as we donated in support for Chole. The smell of grilling was a great one, bringing on spring time. Everyone come to the REVIVAL this week beginning on Sunday, March 11-20, Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m., pray for a great one with Brother Rick Howerton bringing the message. Game night again on Saturday, March 16, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. with child care 5 p.m. to 7p.m.

Sacramento United Methodist will not be having evening worships for the next couple of weeks, will resume on Sunday March 24 at 6 p.m. Wednesday night Bible study is currently studying 1st and 2nd Peter, come for a time of prayer and study as well as some great fellowship. The Annual Potato Bake will be Sunday March 17 immediately following the 11 a.m. service. All donations go to the youth mission. Merge McLean County Youth Worship will be held at Calhoun Baptist Church on Wednesday, March 20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Sacramento Cumberland Presbyterian Church will be having a REVIVAL, beginning on March 17, with a pot luck meal at 5 p.m., service at 6 p.m., Monday night, March 18, pasta and salads at 6 p.m. service at 7 p.m., Tuesday March 19, soup and sandwiches at 6 p.m., service at 7 p.m. WOW will end for the semester, the last WOW meeting for the semester will be on March 27, be sure to mark your calendar. Men's prayer breakfast will be March 17 at 8 a.m., Sunny Acres trip, March 19 at 1 p.m., LCWM meeting on March 25 at 6:30 p.m., and a church potluck, March 31 after morning worship.

Here is the scores from the Ladies Bridge Club at Blue Jay Café for last week, 1st Place Bonnie Boyken, 2nd Place Helen Rickard, congratulations to these and to all of you that were playing, Hope each of you have a great week and for more to be able to play in the future. Prays for those of you that are not feeling well and hope to see you back real soon. God Bless each of you.

Birthdays this past week and upcoming week are: D'Arcy Revlett, Eddie Rickard, Tammy Tanner, Judy Walker, Bennie Woodburn, Lynn Lee, Jolee Holskey, Linda Johnson, Will Logsdon, Debbie Scott, Jaclyn Hall, and all others celebrating. Hope your day is a special one.

Happy Anniversary to Steven and Lori Beals, Hugh & Debby Wilhite, and Barry and Myrtle Rickard, congratulations to each couple and prayers for many more years together.

I love to share the little laughs from the Cumberland Presbyterian news bulletin and hopes to bring a smile to your face: Q: Can February March? A: No, but April May! Q: Why are frogs so happy? A: Because they eat whatever bugs them! Q: What do you call a rabbit with fleas? A: Bugs Bunny! Q: Did Adam and Eve ever have a date? A: No, they had an apple! Q: What season is it when you are on a trampoline? A: Spring-Time! Thanks for these little things to share and make us laugh, share them with your children!

Please continue to pray for those on the prayer list and all those you know of or the unspoken, pray for Freddie Adkins, Austin Riley, Wilma Wilson, Allie Rickard, Dawn Sasser, Julie Crabtree, Duane Arnold, Bill Brown, Bill Jones, Marlene Willyard, Donald Igleheart, Ann Igleheart, Joe Logsdon, Keith Cissna, Rebekah Tanner, Richie & Becky Smith, Terry Kirkwood, Betsy Holskey, Donna Coakley, Jennie Martin, James Jones, Jr, Myrtle Parm, Martha Tucker, George Blackburn, Clestus Ritchie, Peggy Davis, Ed Hart, Kitty Burden, Bobby Wells, Ethel Smith, Mike Woodburn, Stewart McPherson, Lance Pace, Payton Dennis Bullock, Sheila Bullock, Debbie Austin Debbie Fortney, Doug Rickard, Dana Sinnett and family. Billy Rickard, Larry & Joyce Rickard, Dean Miller, Terry Ball, Nathan Level, Susie Bishop and girls, Tammy Smith, Kenneth's Mother and brother, our churches and pastors, our country and leaders, our county and leaders, all the nursing home residents and workers, all our Service Men & Women, condolences and sympathy to all the families that lost a loved one, and always for each other.

I hope you have a great week, enjoy the rise in temps and be thankful for all the sunshine we have. Let me hear from you with news, dates, events, and other news to share with our readers. God bless you all and enjoy and be thankful each day.

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