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    Meals served daily, $4 per person

     

    Thursday

                                                                 

    9:30 a.m. Line Dance Class

  • Campbell County

    School Menu

    April 15 – April 19

     

    Monday 

    Hamburger with wheat bun

    Baked potato with toppings

    Lettuce, tomato

    Onion, pickle

    French fries

    Chilled applesauce

    Ice cream

     

    Tuesday

    Spaghetti with meat sauce

    Pizza

    Garden salad

    Green beans

    Garlic bread

    Fresh melon cup

     

    Wednesday

    Taco salad

    Crispito

  • Change is inevitable as they say, even to long-lived life forms such as trees.  Our area presently have a fairly uniform oak-hickory type forest (average age 60 to 110 years) in the upland ridges, and young mixed hardwood forests in the hollows and drains. 

    Several forces are at work that could change the look and function of our forests.

  • I am continuing this week with the though of sharing the plan of salvation. I believe as Christ gave the Disciples the Great Commission to go into all the world… We may not have to go into all the world… but we are responsible for sharing Christ with others.

  •  April

    Town Cleanup

    April is Cleanup Caryville Month. Appliances, furniture, tires, etc. will be picked up each Thursday, in April. Call 562-9478 or (865) 740-9820.

    April 4

    Performance

    Knoxville Symphony Orchestra quartet perform “How Many Cats?”. 10:30 a.m. Caryville Public Library. Free. 562-1108.

    April 5

    Singing

  • The writer of Hebrews refers back to the Old Testament scripture many times, showing that Christ truly was the fulfillment of the promises found there.
    Jesus Christ, as the son of God, is superior to all things and all religions, and faith in him alone is sufficient for a victorious Christian life.
    Hebrews has sometimes been called a miniature bible in that it begins with God (see Genesis 1:1) and ends with the heavenly Jerusalem (see Revelation 21), with Christ in between.

  • Do you think we should share our faith? Why? In Matthew 28:18-20, Jesus gave the disciples something called, “The great commission.”
    And Jesus came and spoke unto them saying, “All power is given to me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:
    Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.”

  • “But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ” (Ephesians 2:4-5).
    This past weekend many people observed Easter Sunday with everything from sunrise worship services and new spring clothes to colored eggs and chocolate bunnies.  While the holiday has become another American excuse to spend money, it still marks the most significant event in all human history—the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

  •  Several years ago I found this recipe for Easter Story cookies in a Nature Living Magazine, and decided to share it again with you readers.

    We live in a world where too many children only have a secular view of Easter. Our children need to be taught that Easter is not about colored eggs and Easter bunnies, or spring break. It is about an empty tomb and a risen Christ.