On Thursday, May 3, the Woodlawn Community Center opened their doors at 10:30 a.m. for their weekly community events.
President Cecelia Anderson open the program of the day by having 19 attendees recite the “Pledge of Allegiance,” and sing “God Bless America.”
Carol McArthur gave the invocation, thanking God for our many blessings and praying for our friends and neighbors that are sick and unable to be attend.
Prayers were said for Dorothy Henry, facing many cancer treatments. Also praying for Barry Weathers, C. L.Ott, Louise Crabtree’s sister, Kern Kenedy and Kay Barnes, facing shoulder surgery this coming Monday.
Courtney Ruble visited the center, presenting herself as candidate for Lonoke County Clerk. She encouraged everyone in Lonoke County to vote, come election time.
After all attendees sang “Amazing Grace,” Cecelia introduced, Stacey Jones. Stacey is a gifted vocalist and has a beautiful voice. She enlightened all attendees with her inspirational and religious songs.
Stacy blessed the noon meal.
This Thursday May 10, all attendees will play games and visit.
Feel free to come visit the Woodlawn Community Center at 10070 Arkansas Highway 31 north.
Come early for a cup of coffee and a friendly face. Bring a dish for potluck and enjoy dinner with everyone at the center.
For more information about renting the Woodlawn Community Center contact: Cecelia Anderson at 501-676-3695.