Today's Features


    Out to Pastor

  • Today

    Title I meeting at Chiefland Middle School
    There will be a Title I meeting at Chiefland Middle School today from 5 to 6 p.m. An open house will be from 6 - 7 p.m. for all parents to come and meet faculty and staff. The school's media center is also hosting a book fair during that time.
    For more information, contact Ann Wood at 221-1858.


    Shrine Club breakfast

  • The Garden Club's year book is in the process of being assembled and will be sent to the printer no later than Sept. 14.
    If you want your picture to be included in this years edition, please email a copy to anne.zubler@yahoo.com as soon as possible.
    Also, our rummage sale will be on Saturday Nov. 5, so start sorting those gently used items you no longer want or need in preparation for the event.

  • The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Aug. 25 at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  It was another busy day that had more fabric being brought in so everyone had a great time looking for what they could use.  Several quilts were brought in for us to see.
    We had a beautiful counted cross-stitch quilt brought in for show.  It was finished in 2003 and we know it took months, if not years, to complete.  That takes a lot of dedication to finish a piece like that.

  • Carol Kearns was on a mission trip to Colima, Mexico, with her husband, Pastor George Kearns of Lighthouse Word Church in Chiefland, when the call came.
    Would she be interested in doing God's work in Swaziland?
    Why not spend 10 days in July in Swaziland, one of the last countries ruled by a king who is the closest thing to an absolute monarch. It's only 7,800 plus miles away, land-locked between South Africa and Mozambique.


    Outdoor Truths


    Out to Pastor

  • As a children’s church teacher I’ve been told, “Guy, you’ve got the preaching down. It’s just the closing part you need to work on.” I’d always taken it as a compliment, at least until last Sunday. Poor little Jimmy… I just felt terrible.

  •  Everyone has a favorite flower; some diehard gardeners have several.  But whether you have a simple row of tulips or an elaborate sculptured garden of perenniels, one thing is the same:  you've got to pull weeds or you won't have any flowers at all.
    If you want a beautiful garden, you've got to be diligent about eradicating those pesky weeds.  You can go away for a long weekend, but those "unwanteds" in your garden aren't going to take a vacation.

  • Some time ago Linda and I took our friends Terry and Maggie Kennedy to Horseshoe Beach to celebrate their birthdays which are a day apart. This is a beautiful area, right on the Gulf coast, with a restaurant overlooking the ocean.
    As we were approaching the restaurant we noticed a boat loaded with sponges that the crew had harvested from the sea. Linda and Maggie became very excited and soon were engaged in conversation with one of the crew members.