News from the Silerton Community of Chester County

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with Mary Lynn Lambert

Ricky and Jennifer Wilson and family traveled to Kansas during the school fall break. They enjoyed visiting with Kendall and friends while their daughter, Dixie, was able to spend time with her family.
Friends and family from Chester County traveled to the Ruskin Cave Venue in Dickson for Abbey Lambert and Sam Cafferty’s wedding. Abbey is the daughter of Brandon and Teresa Lambert of Murfreesboro and the granddaughter of Larry and Anita Lambert. Anita Lambert stated that she had never seen a more beautiful wedding. While Abbey and Sam walked over a bridge, making their way to the ceremony site near the cave, the bells in the bell tower tolled. Abbey and Sam repeated their vows in front of a waterfall. Abbey was a beautiful bride, and Anita was honored that she asked to wear her pearls. A few pictures may be seen on Anita’s Facebook page.
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Claybrook (CC Lambert) and family from Apex, N.C. traveled to Henderson to visit with family and to attend Abbey Lambert’s wedding with Larry and Anita Lambert. While here, they were able to spend time with Janet, her mother and grandmother. Janet also attended the wedding.
Ronnie and Mary Ann (Siler) Russell and Lee and Betty (Siler) Stewart traveled to East Tennessee. They spent a night at the inn at the Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge and then traveled to Asheville, N.C. They stayed two nights at the Hotel in the Village on the Biltmore estate. Mary Ann stated that the lovely grounds and the mansion is beyond words. On the way home, they stopped at the Opryland Hotel where they met their son, Cliff Russell, and his family for a night there. They visited the Hermitage the next day.
Gail Mayfield reports that Kenny Brown with the Hardeman County Solid Waste plans to have the convenience center up and running by mid-November. There will be a “shoulder-high” red box for only bagged trash. If the volume increases sufficiently, he plans to install a larger container later and build a ramp along its side. Hours will be posted on the gate. Residents need to use the facility and encourage their neighbors to use it, too.
Mark your calendars now for the annual Veterans Program and a talent show at the Silerton Fire Department on Saturday, Nov. 9. Hamburgers can be purchased on site. If you would like to perform in the talent show, please come prepared.
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