Red Bud News

A good morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope everyone had a good and safe weekend. There were several activities going on in different locations.

Last Thursday was our monthly dinner with 15 residents attending along with 7 guests. The ladies from Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center fixed our dinner for us. Our hats are off to these nice ladies. The cookout was great and enjoyed by all.

We send get-well wishes to all the sick, the ones in the hospitals and the nursing homes.

Our sympathy to all who have lost loved ones. May God bless you in your time of sorrow. Our thoughts are with you.

We send greetings to all who have a birthday at this time. May you have a great day with many more to come is our wish for you.

This news from the desk of Lois Graham. Lois went to the nursing home with Kathy Coats while there Lois visited with Fae Pruett and her brother, Floyd Graham. Others who visited Floyd was Marjorie, Randall and Pam Graham, Brian and Stacy Garrison and twin girls and Melvin and Brenda Garrison. This all took place on Sunday.

Now to the adventures of Norma Jones. On Saturday I decided to go to the Molssas Making at Tony and Linda Stillings’ place. I had never been there before. I enjoyed every minute that I was there. There was a lot to see and other activities going on. The old tractors were very interesting, along with the blacksmith shop. Then after returning home Steven came by and we went to Hootin’ An’ Hollarin’ in Gainesville. We saw other family members while there. So Saturday was a busy day for me and I enjoyed it. On Monday night I went to the jam session at the Senior Center for a great program. Then Tuesday afternoon Derek, Christina and I went to Springfield to visit with Robin who is at Cox South Hospital. If you have news just let us know. So until next week, stay happy, healthy and safe. Jesus loves you.