News from the Enville Community of Chester County

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with Jan Johnson

Hello from Enville! I hope everyone is having a great week! The temperatures are dipping down in the 20s at night but bouncing back in the day. I am ready for Spring. The way this month is going, it will get here quickly. It seems like it just started, and we are almost to the halfway mark.
Monday is a holiday for many. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is on Jan. 16; it is observed annually on the third Monday in January. The day commemorates the life and work of Dr. King, who was a Baptist minister and leader in the American civil rights movement. If you have the day off, enjoy it!
There is not a lot going on in Enville in January, so I do not have much to write about. The Enville Community Club met on the first Tuesday. Everyone enjoyed a soup and sandwich meal. We had a variety of soups and lots of delicious desserts. Most members were present although some were not able to be there because of sickness. We meet at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month. Come join in on the food and fellowship and help make our community a better place to live! Our club delivered Christmas bags filled with lotion, Kleenex, socks and lots of other items including fruit and candy to shut-ins. They were so appreciative, and the smiles on their faces showed it! I have to share this. There are good folks in the world; while Frances and I were checking out at Walmart, a sweet lady behind us heard us saying this was for shut-ins. She handed me some money and wanted to help. We thanked her for her kindness, and it was put to good use. God bless her!
Enville sends out Happy Birthday wishes to Tim Knight and William Ashbrook on Jan. 15. We hope you enjoy your special day!
Please continue to include these in your prayers – Lisa Bishop, Agnes Smith, Mary Lee Guyon, Janice and Danny Keen, Florence Stublaski, Ashley Pugh, Shirley Hampton, Della Mixon, Rick Ooley, Mike Pugh, Tim Harris, Charlie Kent, Linda and Robert Johnson, Nicole Thompson, Amanda Johnson, Emily Freeman, Dot Smith, Kathy Emerson, Loretta Plunk, Tera O’Neal, Harold and Janice Maness, Ann Pugh, Tim and Tabitha Hampton, Jimmy Robertson, those who have lost loved ones, our firefighters, first responders, law enforcement, healthcare workers, military, schools and school board and, as always, each other.
If you have news to include in this column, church news, or anything the community is doing, call me at 608-3058, or if you want to rent the community center, call Pat at 688-5125.
If you did not get a chance to see the beautiful Christmas light display in Enville, you really missed a beautiful scene. It is between Enville and Milledgeville. It is a must-see next year!
We will be so happy for our Enville restaurant, Maggie’s, to soon be open. The Timmers have put so much hard work into it. I was in there last week, and it is beautiful! Also, Leapwood will have a cafe/grocery store opening there soon, and it will be very nice!
If you do not have a church you attend, the various churches in Enville would welcome you!
I hope everyone has a blessed week!

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