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Hello from Enville! This weather is beautiful although it was a little hot over the weekend. I think this week is going to be cooler and maybe feel a little more like fall. The leaves are changing and falling. I know for some that means raking and bagging, but we do not have that many trees, so we do not have that to do. 
I hope everyone enjoys their Fall Break from school next week. Whatever you and your family do, I pray for a fun and safe week!
Columbus Day is Monday, Oct. 9. It is a U.S. federal holiday commemorating explorer Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World on Oct. 12, 1492. In the United States most federal employees have the day off from work on Columbus Day, so if you do, I hope you enjoy it!
Good news, MAGGIE’S in Enville is OPEN! It is very nice and beautiful inside. The food is awesome, and the service is great. The hours are 6 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Owners Mike and Debbie Timmer would like to invite everyone to come and enjoy a meal with them. I think you will go back! They are thankful for all their patrons! Our Enville folks are glad you are here, and we enjoy our fellowship time in the mornings at breakfast. Hope to see you there!
On Saturday, Oct. 28, from 3-6 p.m., Maggie’s will sponsor a TRUNK or TREAT; the public is invited to come and open your trunks or a table for all the trick or treaters to fill their pumpkins with candy. During this time, they will have Bar-B-Que, baked beans and slaw that you can purchase by the sandwich, plate or by the pound. They will also have chili, hotdogs/chili dogs and chips on the menu. You may go inside and sit down to eat or get it to go! Everyone, bring your kiddos trick or treating in downtown Enville!
The Enville Volunteer Fire Department is having a fish fry fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 14, beginning at 4 p.m. at the community center. They will serve fish and all the trimmings; also, they will have chicken strips available. There will be a cakewalk to follow the meal. Cake donations are welcome. Come out and have good food, fellowship and win a cake or two to take home for Sunday lunch. The kiddos as well as us seniors and young folks love cakewalks. Hope to see you all there!
Enville sends out Happy Birthday wishes to Florence Stublaski on Oct. 6, Tera O’Neal on Oct. 8 and Dalton Swafford on Oct. 10. We hope you all enjoy your special day!
Please continue prayers for Blake Thompson, Lisa Bishop, Robert and Linda Johnson, Janice and Danny Keen, Mary Lee Guyon, Agnes and Robert Smith, Tera O’Neal, Harold and Janice Maness, Nicole Thompson, Emily Freeman, Amanda Johnson, Ashley Pugh, Shirley Hampton, Della Mixon, Loretta Plunk, Ann Pugh, Sherry Webb, Anita Needler, Vicki Dickson, Jean Pickett, James Vinson, Jimmy Robertson, Rick Ooley, Mike Pugh, Mike Finley, Tim and Tabitha Hampton, Tim Harris, Lee Trice, Clint Murley, those who have lost loved ones, our firefighters, first responders, law enforcement, healthcare workers, military, schools and school board, our county and country.
Please contact your county commissioners to let them know how you feel about things that will affect you and your community and how you would like for them to vote on your behalf. We appreciate commissioner Edgin, who comes out and keeps us informed on issues and asks our opinion on these issues.
If you have news, call me at 608-3058, or if you want to rent the community center, call Pat Cates at 688-5125.
Have a blessed week everyone!

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