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Little York News

Florence Carver/Correspondent

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Free held their Christmas dinner for their family, Mark Free of Monmouth, Tom and Missy Free and family of Lanark,  Stan and Mary Ann and family of Yorkville, Berry and Cheryl Free of Little York and family last Saturday.

Sue Campbell spent the weekend in Carthage and attended the Church program that her granddaughter Camryn Van Free was a participant in.

Last Sunday, Marjorie Smith accompanied her daughter and husband, Kathy and Dave Erlandson of Smithshire to Edwards to help two of her great-grandchildren, Aizik Hatch and Whitney Banks, celebrate their birthdays at the home of Jenny and Rod Hatch of Edwards.

Mr. an Mrs. Tim Beatie of Milan, Mr. and Mrs. John McCann of Oneida and Helen Jane Nicol were dinner guests on Sunday of Diane, Jeff and Florence Carver.

The Little Cedar congregation enjoyed the song “A Tiny Child Will Come” sung by the Adult Choir with Jean Cooper at the piano.

Little Cedar also had the installation of a new Trustee and the ordination of New Elders.

Sign-up sheets for Christmas boxes ad Poinsettia’s are in the back of the Church. All items for the Christmas giving should be at the church on Wednesday.

The Ecumenical Singers presented their 31st Annual Christmas Concert at Immaculate Conception Church last Sunday. The public was invited.

The Christmas Eve Candlelight Service will be held at 9 p.m.

Greeters for December 26th are Sue and Tom Bertelsen, January 2nd greeters are Greg and Sue Campbell.

Faith is the bird that sings while it is still dark.