Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Eldora Henry
PCN Correspondent 

Dodson News for November 21, 2018

 

November 21, 2018



The Dodson Church ladies boxed and sent 10 quilts and 27 school kits for the Lutheran World Relief on Sunday. Dora Henry made the quilts.

Dora Henry attended a COA meeting in Malta on Wednesday.

It has been staying cold all week. Winter has indeed come. We are still looking for fall.

Terri Cole returned home from Sidney on Monday.

Dora Henry had lunch in Malta with son Bill on Tuesday. He is there working on the new Napa building They poured the slab for the building on Wednesday morning and finished the actual pouring of the 60'x100' slab by noon.

Pickles Ereaux is going to visit her family in Las Vegas, Provo, and Oregon over Thanksgiving and the first week in December.

Ava Welch had surgery in Billings on her arm. Get well wishes and prayers are sent from the community. Thinking of you, Ava!

On Tuesday, Dodson was hit with a "boil first" on all drinking and cooking water. It is too bad when the lives of so many are affected because of the carelessness of a few. Where have the days gone where neighbors looked after neighbors and people looked out for others and tried to help and get along in a community? Terri Cole met with a state official on Sunday to assess the water contamination situation.

Anniversary congratulations are sent to Corky and Bonnie LaBrie! Good going kids!

Don't confuse having a career with having a life. They are not the same!

Keep bundled! Have a good week.

 

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