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Letters

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    ‘The Splendor of Christmas’
    Providence Baptist Church would like to invite you to come and visit with us on Dec. 18 and hear our choir as they present, “The Splendor of Christmas” in the morning service. The songs in this beautiful cantata will bless and warm the hearts of those who hear it. Those who hear will walk away thinking of the true meaning of Christmas, the birth of Jesus.

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    A holiday from
    stimulus?

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    Project Graduation booth
    Project Graduation gift wrap booth will be up and running Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. Seniors will be waiting to wrap your gifts for a donation. Your purchase does not have to come from Walmart. We look forward to helping you this holiday season.
    We are already selling $100 reverse raffle tickets. Drawing will be in March. We will be selling AVON until Nov. 28. All items will be back for Christmas.

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    Growers’ market
    It doesn’t seem possible but the Wildwood Growers’ Market is beginning our third year of operation at the Wildwood City Hall.

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    Helping with
    Wildwood parade
    The Wildwood Historical Society is in the process of organizing and sponsoring the Wildwood Christmas Parade set for Saturday, Dec. 3. The line up is at 2 p.m. and the parade begins at 3 p.m.
    Anyone wishing to participate can contact Gidget Gibson at 399-2020. All community organizations, schools or churches are encouraged to participate. In lieu of a participation fee, we are asking for donations of canned goods.
    Wildwood Historical Society

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    Participants sought for Wildwood parade
    The Wildwood Historical Society is organizing and putting on the Wildwood Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 3, with line up at 2 p.m. and the parade starting at 3 p.m.
    Anyone wishing to participate can contact Gidget Gibson at 399-2020.
    All community organizations, schools or churches are encouraged to participate, in lieu of a participation fee, we are asking for a donation of canned goods.
    Wildwood Historical Society

  • Letters to the Editor - October 27, 2011

    Thank you
    Providence Baptist Church would like to say thank you to all those who stopped by our tents at the Bushnell Fall Festival! We enjoyed meeting and getting to know all of you! We were able to distribute 2,000 bottles of water and many tracts containing the Gospel. Seventeen individuals professed that they had accepted Christ as their Savior!

  • Letters to the Editor - October 20, 2011

    Mr. South Sumter
    It’s that time of the year when we think of football,
    Fall Festival, and of course … Mr. South Sumter! Begun in 1988 at a Powder Puff Game, Mr. South Sumter has grown into an annual event filled with laughter, great
    entertainment, and a
    wonderful way for students at South Sumter to earn the money they need for their
    educational field trips, club shirts, and much more.
    The theme this year will be “Jersey Shore” and our Master of Ceremony, Mike “The

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    A Silent Public Health Crisis
    Mental Illness Awareness Week. Oct. 2 – 8
    Americans have heard about a slew of public health crises so far this year. Michelle Obama cited childhood obesity. The FDA warned about tainted food and drugs, while the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy applied the term to prescription drug abuse. Without a doubt, anyone who saw the movie “Contagion” would label infectious diseases a pressing public health crisis.

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    A different angle
    Robert Wesolowski keeps his word processor hot cranking out propaganda for the democratic political machine, but because he is biased it is hard to understand his writings, so I have included an interpretation table (see below) to help the reader.
    Two wrongs make a right — democrats make a goof but it is OK because Regan, Bush, or any other republican made a similar goof.
    Republicans refuse to negotiate in good faith — if you don’t do it the democrat way, without comment, you are selfish, arrogant, and a loser.