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GRAHAM SENTINEL & BUSINESS REPORT March 31, 2010

CA L E N D A R April 17th at 1:00PM Democratic Party Convention held at the Graham County Court House. April 17th at 7:00PM Meet the Democratic Party Primary Candidates held at the Graham County Court House. Cherokee Historical Association is pleased to announce the first annual Mountainside Art and Music Festival in Cherokee North Carolina. This fun filled day will feature some of the best Appalachian arts and music in the region. The event will take place Saturday May 1st from 9:00 to 6:00 at the Mountainside Theater which is home to the famous outdoor drama “Unto these Hills�. If you are interested in being a vendor, we are accepting applications for various handcrafted items that are reflective of the rich history and heritage of the Appalachian area. For more information or to receive an application please call Program Specialist Linda Squirrel at 828-497-2111 ext. 202 or visit our website at www. cherokeehistorical.org. Application deadline has been extended to March 12, 2010.

North Carolina Symphony German Masters Grant Llewellyn, Music Director Peng Li, cello April 20, 2010, 8pm Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center, Henderson April 24, 2010, 8pm Lee Auditorium, Pinecrest High School, Southern Pines April 25, 2010, 7:30pm New Bern Riverfront Convention Center, New Bern Writers Circle, a new writing program begun by Glenda Beall, will hold the first writing class, Who are You and Why Do You Write? Tuesday, April 6, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at her studio on Chatuge Lane, Hayesville, NC. Class fee is $35.00 except for those who have discount coupons. To register or learn more about this class and upcoming classes throughout the spring and summer, contact Glenda Beall, writerlady21@yahoo.com or call 828-389-4441. At 1:00 p.m. Wayne Drumheller will hold a free class on creating your own digital books with Creative Memories software. Those who come in the morning and wish to stay for the afternoon class should bring a bag lunch. Coffee, water and snacks will be provided.

Graham County Schools Breakfast & Lunch Menu's Breakfast Wednesday, March 31: Cereal(choice) or Biscuit & Gravy, Fresh Apple, Low Fat Milk. Thursday, April 1: Cereal(choice) or Chicken Biscuit, Grape Juice, Low Fat Milk. Friday, April 2: Cereal(choice) or 2 Waffles & Syrup, Orange Juice, Low Fat Milk. Monday, April 5: Cereal(choice) or Jelly Biscuit, Apple Juice, Low Fat Milk. Tuesday, April 6: Cereal(choice) or 2 Pancakes & Syrup, Orange Juice, Low Fat Milk. Lunch Wednesday, March 31: Chicken Fajita Wrap, Burrito, Whole Kernel Corn, Refried Beans & Salsa, Fresh Grapes, Apple Juice, Low Fat Milk. Thursday, April 1: Spaghetti/T.Toast, Breaded Chicken/ Texas Toast, Tossed Salad/dressing, Steamed Broccoli/Sauce, Strawberry Cup, Orange Juice, Low Fat Milk. Friday, April 2: Chicken Fillet on Bun, BBQ Sandwich, Baked Fries, Fresh Baby Carrots/Dip, Pineapple Tidbits, Grape Juice, Low Fat Milk. Monday, April 5: Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Meatball Sub, Green Beans, Steamed Mixed Veggies, Chilled Applesauce, Orange Juice, Low Fat Milk. Tuesday, April 6: Cheese Pizza, Sloppy Joe on Bun, Whole Kernel Corn, Quick Baked Potato, Fresh Apple, Grape Juice, Low Fat Milk.

Local Doctor Releases Children's Book Dr. Jamie Mock of Murphy, with the help of his five children, has written a children’s chapter book . Gracie’s Garden is the story of a small snail finding his way in the world with the help of friends. Telling stories to five little children before bedtime became the routine in Dr. Mock’s household. “I put them to bed,� says Dr. Mock. “They were smart enough to find ways to stay up later than they should. They knew I would tell them a story�. Gracie’s Garden evolved over a two and a half year period of creating stories about a little snail’s adventures in the garden. “I was

only the pen. They (Maddy, Zack, Roanin, Bailey and Gracie) were the ink. I wrote the story for my children and hope that others will enjoy the reading of Gracie’s Garden as much as I have enjoyed the writing.� Dr. Mock thanks the fantastic artist from Andrews, Mark Menendez, who helped to bring the Gracies Garden cover and characters to life with his brilliant illustrations. Dr. Mock will be signing his book this Saturday, March 27th from 2-4 at The Curiosity Shop Bookstore in Murphy and again on Saturday, April 3rd from 10-2.

North Carolina Symphony Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto Grant Llewellyn, Music Director Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano Paul Randall, trumpet April 8, 2010, 8pm Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, N.C. April 9-10, 2010, 8pm Meymandi Concert Hall, Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Raleigh, N.C.

Prom Dresses for Sale: 3 ballgown, 1 mermaid, 3 evening gown. Clean, wore only once. Call for more info. Can email pics. Call 828-479-9150 or 828-735-2269

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Last week's old photo was of Jasper Hedrick-holding the baby, Pam Stewart Adams, and Rev. Daniel Stewart. Gail Duckett & Nettie Hyde called in and identified them. If you know this week's old photo please call 828-479-3456 on Monday & Tuesday between 8AM-4PM or email: sentinel. graham@gmail.com.

Graham County American Red Cross Blood Drives The American Red Cross urges residents in the Graham County area to donate blood. All blood types are needed at this time. Because blood can be separated into three components— red cells, plasma and platelets—a single donation can save up to three lives. In the more than 100 area hospitals served by the American Red Cross, pre-mature babies, accident victims and patients with cancer or recovering from surgery need approximately 1,500 units of blood or blood products each day.

Most healthy people age 17 and older, or 16 with parental consent, who weigh at least 110 pounds, are eligible to donate blood and platelets. Donors must have a form of positive identification in order to donate. Tuesday, April 20 Robbinsville High School Blood Drive (301 Sweetwater Road, Robbinsville) 8:30 am to 1:30 pm Please call 479-3330 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins welcome, appointments preferred.

Cupcake Loving, Cancer Fighting Ashevilleans Create Contest to Find the Best Cupcakes and Support the American Cancer Society’s Efforts to Find Cures for Cancer

ASHEVILLE – March 27, 2010 – Best Birthday Cupcake. Best Beer Cupcake. Best Local Foods Cupcake. Prizes will be awarded in these and three other categories when bakers, judges, and a hungry crowd gather April 10 at the Grove Park Inn for the Cupcakes For Cures cupcake competition. The contest is a first-time event to benefit the American Cancer Society. This is a cupcake lover’s dream: a room filled with scrumptious culinary creations that all fit in the palm of your hand. Event tickets can be reserved for a $25 suggested donation online at the Cupcakes for Cures website ( HYPERLINK “http:// tower being built as part of the www.cupcakesforcures.com/� www. property’s $633 million expansion. cupcakesforcures.com) or by calling “Earth Hour is an important (828) 318-8925.

Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel Turns Out the Lights CHEROKEE, NC – Lights will be turned off and others dimmed at Harrah’s Cherokee from 8:30pm to 9:30pm on Saturday, March 27, in support of the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour. This global event seeks to draw attention to climate change. Lights will be turned off at major landmarks across the world, including the Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower, Piccadilly Circus, the Forbidden City and the Las Vegas Strip. In addition to Harrah’s Cherokee, lights will go out at every Harrah’s Entertainment location in the United States and abroad, including those in Canada, Hong Kong, Macau, The United Kingdom, South Africa and Uruguay. This year, Harrah’s Cherokee will join in the effort by dimming all nonessential lighting and adding its support for the protection of the Earth’s natural resources and climate. Staff at Harrah’s Cherokee will turn off all outdoor decorative lighting and dimming the marquee screens at property entrances. Lighting in the restaurants will be lowered along with lighting in all employee areas. Hotel guests will be invited to participate in Earth Hour by turning off room lights. Turner Construction Company will join in the effort by turning off lights in the casino’s third hotel

Professional bakers, amateur bakers and youth bakers will compete for bragging rights and fantastic prizes all while raising funds to find cures for cancer. Bakers can enter multiple culinary creations in true Asheville categories: Best Beer Cupcake, Best Gluten-Free Cupcake, Best Holiday and Special Occasion Cupcake, Best Birthday Cupcake and Best Local Foods Cupcake. Bakers should visit HYPERLINK “http:// “As the largest employer in www.cupcakesforcures.com/� www. cupcakesforcures.com to enter. The western North Carolina and the site deadline for entries is Wednesday, of the largest construction project April 6 at 5:00pm.

demonstration to the world that Harrah’s is serious about climate change,� said Gary Loveman, chairman, CEO and president of Harrah’s Entertainment. “What’s particularly exciting to me is the extent to which this has been a bottom up effort. Our employees come up with new ideas to reduce our environmental footprint all the time.�

in the state, we feel it is our responsibility to do our part in taking care of our environment,� said Harrah’s Cherokee General Manager Darold Londo.

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Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel is an enterprise of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, located 50 miles west of Asheville at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park . Harrah’s Cherokee Casino is open 24-hoursa-day to guests who are 21-yearsof-age or older. For more information about Harrah’s Cherokee, Laurey Masterton, owner of please call 1-800-HARRAHS or Laurey’s Catering, was invited to be visit our website at www.harrahs. com

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judge because of her personal experience with cancer. “Cupcakes for Cures is a fun way of tackling a serious subject. Cancer, as I know from firsthand experience, is a scary thing. Bringing attention in this lighthearted way is good, I hope. I am a survivor and am happy to celebrate that fact. And, as an ovarian cancer survivor, I strongly advocate for more research money going to discovering an early warning test for this often undiagnosed cancer. My best hope would be that we could make cupcakes just to eat them, but while cancer is still a challenge, making and eating them to support cancer prevention and survivorship is a fine thing.â€? Many of Asheville’s finest bakers have jumped on the opportunity to show off their skill and creativity. Carole Miller, owner of True Confections, says it’s a great to do something positive about cancer. “My mother fought for 15 years and finally lost her battle, and my sister fought and won hers. What better way to fight than with cupcakes!â€? Other professional competitors include Annie’s Naturally Bakery, Biltmore Forest County Club, City Bakery, Cupcake Couture & Catering, Dolci di Maria, French Broad Chocolate Lounge, Posana CafĂŠ, Short Street Cakes, Smiling Spatula Bakeshop, Take the Cake!, Tamara’s Fancy Delights, True Confections, Well-Bred Bakery & CafĂŠ, and World’s Best Carrot Cake. Cupcakes For Cures is raising money to support the American Cancer Society’s efforts to find cures for cancer because it is projected that in 2010 over 1,000 Ashevilleans will hear the words, “you have cancer.â€? The event was started by two couples in Asheville as their Relay for Life team. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature event to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs in the fight against cancer. It represents the hope that those lost to cancer will never be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be eliminated. Participants are also invited to the Relay For Life of Asheville on June 4 at AB Tech.

WestCare Births

Girls Emily Jane Hastings born on March 17 to David and Amanda Hastings of Franklin in Macon County, weighing 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Breighanna Michelle Lusk born on March 18 to Matthew Lusk and Shannon White of Cashiers in Jackson County, weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Ruby Anareyly ocanpos Rojo born on March 20 to Jose Miguel ocanpos and Maria Santos Rojo of Bryson City in Swain County, weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Ava Rain Marie Villarreal born on March 20 to Fabian and Tamara Villarreal of Glenville in Jackson County, weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Ashley Quinn Brooks born on March 22 to Melissa Brooks of Robbinsville in Graham County, weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Boys Olivier Max Pachelski born on March 17 to Leszek Pachelski and Aleksandra Golawska of Whittier in Jackson

County, weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Trey Alexander Dockery born on March 19 to Jeremy and Tracy Dockery of Sapphire in Jackson County, weighing 8 pounds, 10 ounces. Elijah Pierce Stephenson born on March 20 to Michael Stephenson and Jennifer Lambert of Bryson City in Swain County, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Carter Lee Rathbone born on March 20 to Ronald Smith and Savannah Rathbone of Maggie Valley in Haywood County, weighing 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Lucas Andrew Dickens born on March 22 to Brian and Dannelle Dickens of Whittier in Jackson County, weighing 9 pounds, 11 ounces. Hunter Brian Hensley born on March 25 to Bryan Hensley and Courtney Franklin of Sylva in Jackson County, weighing 7 pounds, 1 ounce.


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C O MMU N IT Y Give Your Child A Head Start!!! Fontana Classic Bass Culinary Workshop Features Four Square Community in August 23, 2010 for the chilAction, Inc. Head Start is dren. Teachers will be in the Tournament Returns to Fontana Cooking with Whole Foods accepting applications for the classroom at varying times after Stecoah Valley Food date you; all of these dishes are Lake on April 10 & 11 2010-2011 school year. August 16, 2010. Ventures Kitchen will present a country style foods from Europe Head Start is a free preschool program for children ages 3-5, including children with minor to severe disabilities for eligible families. Services provided include: ‡7UDQVSRUWDWLRQ ‡'HQWDO6HUYLFHV ‡'LVDELOLW\ 6HUYLFHV IRU Special Needs Children ‡+HDOWK6FUHHQLQJ ‡1XWULWLRQDO6HUYLFHV ‡%UHDNIDVW/XQFK 6QDFN ‡)DPLO\6HUYLFHV Date: Head Start will begin

Time: Head Start operates from 8:30AM to 2:30PM. Call: Robbinsville Head Start at 479-8919 or Robbinsville Outreach Office at 479-3001 or Four Square Office at 321-4475 or pick up an application at one of these locations. Head Start is licensed by North Carolina Day Care Licensing with Four Star Rated License and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

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Fontana Village Resort. Fontana Dam, NC- Fontana Village is putting the final details in place for their annual spring bass classic on Fontana Lake on the second weekend of April. This year, anglers will have April 10th and 11th to compete for the prize money in this Smoky Mountain classic. With water temperatures already rising, local anglers are reporting an increase in the action on

the lake. Fontana Marina manager, Ronnie Crisp, says that he has already taken a number of calls from regional anglers looking to register for this year’s tournament. This year’s purse is $5000 with first place garnering $2000 in prize money. Prize money will also be awarded for 2nd through 8th places and $200 each for the biggest small and large mouth bass. Fontana Village Marina will be hosting the event with family fun and entertainment both days on the dock. The kids will be competing in their own dockside brim fishing tournament. For more information or questions contact the Village at 828.498.2211 or visit the event webpage at http://www.fontanavillage.com/downloads/ basstournament.pdf for tournament details.

culinary workshop Cooking with Whole Foods. The class will be held at Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Kitchen on Saturday, April 10 from 9am to 1pm. Cooking with Whole Foods insures that you and your family are eating healthier by not eating so many chemicals and preservatives. Instructor Darryl Talley, Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Kitchen manager and chef, will show participants some culinary techniques and simple dishes that students can cook healthy, nutritious, and easy to prepare meals. Cooking with Whole Foods will walk through the process of creating homemade German Spaetzle, Jaeger schnitzel, Scotch Eggs, Colcannon, Swiss Flan, Polenta, Lentil Soup, Vegetable Ragout, and Coq au Vin. Don’t let the names of these dishes intimi-

many of us have family roots. All of these Whole Foods can be bought right here in Western North Carolina from local farmers. Cost of the class is $55 per person which includes prepared food. The class has an 8 person maximum, so be sure and reserve your place soon. Call 828-479-3364 to make reservations or for more information visit www.stecoahvalleycenter. com Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center is located at 121 Schoolhouse Road in the Stecoah community off Hwy 28 between Bryson City and Fontana Dam. Located in a restored 1926 schoolhouse, it has become a gathering place for cultural events and community workshops since its renovation in 1996.

CHURCH

Atoah Baptist Church- Pastor Vacant Bear Creek Baptist Church-Wesley O’Dell Bethel Baptist Church, U.S. #129 South-Pastor Burlin Aldridge, 4798495. Blessed Hope Baptist Church-Pastor Lennox Hedrick, 735-1402. Brooks Cove Baptist Church- Vacant Buffalo Independent Baptist Church Philip Ellington 479-7419 Cable Cove Baptist (Powell Branch) Church-Teddy Silvers Calvary Baptist Church-Pastor David Anderson Cedar Cliff Baptist Church-Pastor Daniel Stewart, 479-6553. Church of Christ Church of Grace-Pastor Todd Orr. Church of the Lamb - Snowbird Road 10:30 Services Sunday AM Wednesday eve. 7:00 PM 828-479-3548 Pastor David Allen

Cornerstone C o m m u n i t y Church(formerly First Assembly) 191 Robinson Rd, Andrews. Sunday 11AM. Phone 828321-3777. www. cornerstoneandrews.org.

Pastor Jimmy Millsaps, 479-8857.

Dry Creek Baptist Church-Pastor Max Cochran, 488-3256.

Hosanna Baptist Church-Pastor Max Turpin, 479-8626.

Eternal Believers - Missionary BaptistPastor Grant Burke, 479-2347

House of Prayer-Pastor Delmer Holder, 479-6041.

First Baptist Church-Pastor Noah Crowe, 479-3423.

Liberty Missionary Church- Pastor David Byrd, 479-1013.

Fontana Community Church-Pastor Ernest Stiles, 479-6375.

Little Snowbird Baptist Church, 1897 Little Snowbird Road (2 miles from Little/Big Snowbird Intersection)-Pastor Paul Teasdale, 479-3492.

Grace Fellowship Baptist ChurchPastor David Blackney, 479-3723. Grace Mountainside Lutheran Episcopal Church Deacon Steve Holcomb 479-2963 Grace Tabernacle Baptist Church,

Long Creek Baptist Church-Pastor Gary Moore Lone Oak Baptist Church- Pastor Scott Roper-479-6319

Meadow Branch Baptist Church-Pastor Onley Williams, 479-2474. Midway Baptist Church- Pastor Jim Postell, 321-3938. Mountain Creek Baptist Church-Pastor Tom Buchanan, 479-6568.

Bruce Allen Smallwood

December 30, 1959 - March 28, 2010

Bruce Allen Smallwood, age 50, of Robbinsville, NC, went home to be with the Lord Sunday, March 28, 2010 at Harris Regional Hospital in Sylva, NC. He was the son of J.L. “Cotton� Smallwood of Robbinsville, NC, and the late Louise Shuler Smallwood, who passed away on June 29, 2009. In addition to his father, he is survived by his sister and broth-

Chapel. The Reverend Tom Buchanan will officiate. Committal services will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, April 3, 2010 at the Mountain Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 7:00 pm Friday at the Chapel, prior to the service. Townson-Smith Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. An online register is available at www.townson-smithfuneralhome.com

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Church Briefs

-Local Church Events-Including Vacation Bible School’s Special Easter Sunday Service 11:00am April 4 at Cornerstone Community Church Andrews 191 Robinson Road. Free gift for all first time visitors and candy for all of the children. We will be having special music selections by Adults, Teens and Children. We will also be showing a special 4 minute video called “Sunday’s Comin’� Everyone is welcome. For more info call 321-3777 www.cornerstoneandrews. org Easter Sunrise Service at Stecoah Gap will be held Sunday, April 4th at 7:00AM. Pastor G.D. Phillips invites everyone to attend. Breakfast will follow at the Stecoah Church Fellowship Hall.

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Dogwood Women’s Health Providing Quality Women’s Healthcare.

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Ford’s Auto Parts & Machine Sweetwater Rd. at Fort Hill Robbinsville, NC 28771 CALL US: (828) 479-6410 THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! JOHN 3:16 - For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

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Panther Creek Baptist ChurchPastor Mike Edwards.

Larry Grindstaff, 479-2690

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Unity Church of Franklin – Revs. Edward and

Ruth Ann LeBlanc, 80

Prince of Peace Catholic ChurchFather Michael T. Kottar, 828-3214463. 704 South 129, Robbinsville (Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m.)

Heritage Hollow Drive (off Business

Robbinsville Church of God, Jimmy Dellinger, Pastor, 828-479-6492

Blairsville, every Sunday, 11 am at 90

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Sunday 11 am.

Phone: 828-369-3065. E-mail, unityfkn@gte.net.

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Blue Ridge Street Unity Missionary Baptist Church-Worly

Mt. Nebo Baptist Church-Pastor Gary Crisp 479 2792

Robbinsville United Methodist ChurchPastor Tim Starbuck, 479-8581

New Beginning Baptist-Pastor Marvin Mullinax, 479-4164.

Sawyer’s Creek Baptist Church

Victory Baptist Church-Pastor Darrin

Stecoah Baptist Church-Pastor G.D. Phillips, 479-6656

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New Hope Baptist Church- Pastor Sam Hayes, 828-321-4671 Old Mother Baptist Church-Pastor James Philips, 479-6610 Orr Branch Baptist Church - Pastor

OBITUARIES er-in-law, Julie and Shawn Figurski of Lampasas, TX; his brother and sister-in-law, Jeffery and Kathy Smallwood of Fowlerville, MI; his nieces, Amy Louise Figurski and Emily Ruth Smallwood; and his nephews, Allen Thomas Figurski, Aric James Figurski, and Jesse Luke Allen Smallwood. He is also survived by several aunts and uncles and many cousins and friends. Funeral services will be held at 7:00 pm Friday, April 2, 2010 at the Townson-Smith

Michael Pannell

Sweetgum Baptist Church-Pastor Kenny Ball, 488-3778 Sweetwater Baptist Church-Pastor Shane Danner, 735-5482

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Welch Cove Primitive Baptist ChurchPastor Michael Boring Yellow Creek Baptist Church Zion Hill Baptist Church-Bijy Silvers

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Tears on the Bench They called it the “mourner’s bench.� They came about in the late 1700’s to early 1800’s. It was a simple bench up in the front of the church, where people would kneel to repent. Often people would weep as they surrendered to God. James 4:8 - 10 says, “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you doubleminded. Lament and mourn and weep! Let your laughter be turned to mourning and your joy to gloom. Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up.� For some reason we don’t like to preach about or talk about repentance any more. It is in the Bible, Old Testament and New. It is an important attitude preceding salvation. 2Corinthians 7:10 says, “For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death.� Even after we have become a Christian there may be a need to repent of things that we have said, done, or thought. In our new church building we didn’t have any place for people to come to the front and pray. I remembered some really old prayer benches, much like the old mourner’s bench, made of oak, that a church had over in Franklin. They were made by an old pioneer pastor in the mid 50’s. I contacted the pastor, and he said that they would be glad to give them to us. The first Sunday we had them, I preached on repentance, and many came to the benches to kneel and pray. A couple months had gone

by and we had a special service. At the end of it, I noticed a young man kneeling at the prayer bench. I went down to pray with him and noticed many tears on that old oak prayer bench. What a beautiful sight. He said that he had come forward to rededicate his life to the Lord. He said that everything said in the service that day spoke to him.

He was crying as he knelt, and his tears dotted that old oak prayer bench, but as he stood and we hugged, he had a great big smile on his face. Acts 3:19 says, “Repent therefore and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, so that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord.�


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2010 Graham Sentinel Easter Babies

Skylen Darrell Adams Son of Ashley Adams 16 months old

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Braylan Bird Son of Jeremiah & Cynthia Bird 1 year old

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Parker Magierski Son of Shannon Magierski 11 months old

Evan Thomas Menard Son of Thomas & Fallon Menard 23 months old

Riley Trace Menard Son of Tom & Martha Menard 2 years old

Kiley Newman Daughter of Karla Newman 21 months old

Everlee Pressley Daughter of William & Eva Pressley 4 months old

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