Shiloh Grass Band entertains Hunterdale Seniors
On Oct. 16, the Hunterdale Seniors met. Edna Butler read the Scripture and prayed for all prayer requests. She also gave thanks because a member’s sister had a successful surgery; she was greatly blessed.
Anne Griffin read a thank you note from Franklin Cooperative Ministrey. The group collects food for them at each meeting.
The seniors were entertained by Jimmy Ricks. Jimmy and friends are the Shiloh Grass Band. They play at Heritage Day in Courtland and other times for large or small gatherings. Jimmy sings bluegrass and old country and gospel songs — the ones that people know and love.
The music was enjoyed. After which, Jimmy and Vicki joined the members for a covered-dish luncheon. Anne brought a pumpkin cake to celebrate fall.
On Nov. 20, a traditional Thanksgiving lunch will be served. The food will be prepared by the members.
Canned goods were delivered to Franklin Cooperative Ministry. The food collected at the November meeting will be for Thanksgiving bags.