News from the Silerton Community of Chester County

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with Melea Beshires

Hope everyone is ready to beat this heat wave with a slice of watermelon or a cool glass of lemonade. There is lots of interesting news in Silerton to report this week and several exciting upcoming events! Credits for the following news go to Mary Lynn Lambert:
Welcome back to Silerton, Kendall Wilson. She will be spending her summer school break here.
Mark your calendar to attend a hamburger cookout at the Silerton Baptist Church on Saturday, June 18.
There will be a day for children’s vacation Bible school at 9 a.m. on July 16.
On June 25, a bridge in Silerton will be named in memory of Phyllis Naylor. The program will start at 11 a.m.
Carolyn (Chandler) Vales and Bob Kramer were married Saturday, June 11, at the Silerton Baptist Church with Bro. Crouthers performing the ceremony. June 11 was also Bob’s birthday. It was a great occasion hearing Bryan Howell performing several love sings both during the ceremony and at the reception that followed.
Gail and Bill Mayfield hosted the Smith family reunion at their home on Sunday, June 12. Several family members worshiped at the Silerton Baptist Church for the morning service.
Piney Grove Baptist Church had a celebration service for two graduates in their church on Sunday night, May 12.
Andrew Michael Bullion, son of Mike and Cheryl Bullion, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin on May 7. He received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Business.
Kimberly Dix Hill, daughter of Julie Green And David Dix, graduated from Northwest Mississippi Community College with an Associates of Science degree in Cardiovascular Technology. She is currently working as a Medical Assistant at the Jackson Clinic in OB/Gyn.

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