News from Reynolds

Beulah Venable/Correspondent

There was a Reynolds Community Blood Drive sponsored by United Methodist Church on Saturday, Feb. 20 8-11 a.m. at the Reynolds American Legion. Monday, Feb. 8, Rosemary Curry received a call from the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison. She and her husband David Curry were overjoyed and immediately left for Madison where she received a kidney transplant. they returned home Sunday, Feb. 14. She had been waiting for six and a half years on the donor’s list. Congratulations and best wishes!

Joyce Spengler, Boynton Beach, Fla. came Thursday, Feb. 11 to spend the weekend with her parents, Don and Eileen Hampton.

Ed and Pam Long, and Dick and Bonnie Curry enjoyed Saturday night Valentine celebration at Riscky’s Bar and Grill.

Jane Cumby visited with friends in Riverside for the weekend and came home, Monday Feb. 15.

Special music “I Will Be Here” was presented by Tami Clarke Sunday, Feb. 14 at Reynolds Methodist Church. The reaffirmation of marriage vows was conducted by Pastor Beth Tickner during the worship service.