Sebastopol NewsBy LINDA L. CORLEY,
Congratulations to the
Congratulations to the Sebastopol Band for their performance at the State 1 A championships.
Remember that Saturday is Veterans Day. Veterans Day began as Armstice Day to recognize the end of World War I —major hostilities were ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. Armistice Day was changed to Veterans Day in 1954 an honors military veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces.
A very happy eighth birthday to Brayden Clark, the son of Heath and Wendy King Clark.
Happy birthday to the following people: my nephew Joseph Lathem, Sondra Gould, Jennifer Donald, Sue May, Anitrel Stamper, Emily Kea.
Prayers and concern for the following people: Tam Risher, Debbie French, former Sebastopol teacher — Jane Johnson, Virginia Gould, Patsy McCraw, Angelia Knight, Johnny and Sue Thrash, Pop Underwood, Diane Vance and the many others we do not know by name.
Brother Haskel Rhodes will bring he message this Sunday at Salem. All are invited.
Fruit basket offering will be taken at Salem this Sunday.
Thought to ponder: “God guides you and protects you; God watches over you and loves you unconditionally.”