Stone Mountain News


By Ola K. Norman - For The Tribune



You can enjoy Old Fashion Day at the Stone Mountain State Park on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Crabgrass Band will be making music at noon. The Friends of the Traphill Library will be selling used books. There will be all kinds of crafts and good food available.

Larry Norman will be preaching at Garden Creek Baptist Church Sunday at 9 a.m. Everyone is invited to worship in this historic church within the boundaries of Stone Mountain State Park. Campers are encouraged to come as they are.

The Traphill Fire Department went out on 15 calls during August, making a total of 110 calls this year through August. If you see any of the firemen out and about, thank them for their service to our community.

New books available to check out at the Traphill Branch Library include “The Timeless Love Romance Collection” by DiAnn Mills, “The Friends of Jesus” by Karen Kingsbury, “YellowStone Memories” by Jennifer Rogers Spinola, “No Place to Hide” by Lynn Eason, “Caught in the Middle” by Regina Jennings, “A Family Reunited” by Jennifer Johnson, “Pine Country Cowboy” by Glynna Kaye, “Under the Lawman’s Protection” by Laura Scott, and “Witness Undercover” by Debra Cowan.

Congratulations to Kayla Johnson and Zachery Hart, who were married on Sept 19.

Get well wishes go to Tracy McBride, who had surgery recently and is now doing well.

Happy birthday wishes go to Susie Finger and Penny H. Pruitt on Sept. 21; Emily Johnson Roberts and Jackson Grant Wagoner on Sept. 22; Wade Lyon and Darrell Nixon on Sept. 23; Dana Hutchison Reynolds on Sept. 24; Whitney Higgins and Linda Smithy on Sept. 25; Pam Wiles on Sept. 26; and Lisa Billings and Carol Kirk on Sept. 27.

Traphill had a low temperature of 45.3 degrees on Sept. 14 and a high temperature of 87 degrees on Sept. 19. There was only a sprinkle of rain in Traphill during the week of Sept. 14-20.

Ola K. Norman may be reached at 336-957-8920 or [email protected]

By Ola K. Norman

For The Tribune

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