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NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER

The Chilton County Peach Queens represented the Clanton Lions Club at the 75th Annual National Peanut Festival on November 9 and 10 in Dothan. Friday night the Queens attended the fair. Front left, Mary Henning Dale, Young Miss Peach, and Anna Mims, Little Miss Peach. Back left, Zoey Collum, Miss Peach, and Mattie Woodall, Junior Miss Peach.

NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER

At Saturday's Peanut Festival Parade: left, Mary Henning Dale, Young Miss Peach, and Anna Mims, Little Miss Peach.


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Christmas Bazaar At Mt. Nebo

Mt. Nebo Methodist Church will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 17, from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Arts and Crafts, along with baked goods, will be available for purchase. Breakfast of sausage biscuits and gravy biscuits will be served. Lunch will be homemade vegetable soup and cornbread.
Everyone is invited to attend.


 

Trick or Treat in Downtown Clanton on October 31.


NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER

Trick-Or-Treat Streets
The Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Trick-Or-Treat Streets in downtown Clanton on Halloween night. It was a huge success with many citizens visiting the various churches and businesses that set up booths along Second Avenue North and Sixth Street.


Food Drive Underway

The 33rd Annual Food Drive to benefit the Chilton County Emergency Assistance Center is ongoing now through November 30. Donations help families who have experienced an emergency and need help putting a meal on the table.

Food may be dropped off at the Center located at 502 Enterprise Road in Clanton. Hours are 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Monetary donations may be mailed to: CCEAC, P.O. Box 1305, Clanton, AL 35046.

You may also organize a food drive at work, school or church to help. Contact Donny Finlayson for more information at 755-7062.


Upcoming Christmas Events

Dates for various Christmas celebrations have been announced as follows: November 20, Jemison Tree Lighting; November 29, Clanton Tree Lighting; December 1 at 9:00 a.m., Thorsby Christmas Parade and 11:00 a.m., Jemison Christmas Parade; December 2, Maplesville Old Fashioned Christmas from 2:3- until 5:30 p.m.; and December 7 at 6:00 p.m., Clanton Christmas Parade.


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Left to right: Greyson Barton, Noelle Mack, and Ellie Harrison.

Poster Contest Winners

Eighty-two students participated in the Chilton County Sesquicentennial Poster Contest. Posters are on display at the Clanton Library through November 2.

Winners included: Brody Barnett, Ellie Harrison, Greyson Barton, Noelle Mack, Matthew Nance, and Destiny Cosale (Essay Winner),
Marleigh Robinson, Molly Brand, Gabe Tomlin, Brennen Henderson, Alaina Cantley, Marynn Vaith.


 

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THIEVES AND SCOUNDRELS USE "GLOBAL"
WARMING AS A BATTERING-RAM -- TO STEAL!

The leading global-universalist in America during the last
presidential administration was Barack H. Obama himself. We
believe he is still the leader of that pack, during daylight hours as well as candlelight, flashlight, lamplight, and dark hours.

And we cannot help but ask: How in blazes is that supposed to help The People of these United States do anything well, good, or better? Globalism may work in the small minds of some men, but it is not designed to work for those who believe in NATIONAL-sovereignty!

Barack Obama, as president, did more harm to the average
American citizen than anyone alive today will be able to fix, hide, or
defend. According to spread-around information, he is still spreading hiswares around -- and there will be people who follow him, wherever hemay lead. Money begats power. . . and power begats money! FACT!

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