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Wednesday evening Patricia Clark went to El Dorado MBC to watch her grandchildren, Nathan Clark and Hana Sanders in a Bible Challenge. This is their first year to do it. She visited with Daniel, Tiffany, Holden, Michael and Dori Clark also.

Melissa Martin of Batesville came Friday to visit her mother, Janice King. They went a few places together. Melissa went home Sunday afternoon.

Patricia Clark picked up her grandchildren from school Friday afternoon. Holden came home with her and spent the night with Patricia, David, and Ethan Clark. They had a lot of fun with him.

Daniel and Tiffany Clark came Saturday afternoon to pick up Holden from the Clarks. They all went out to eat together.

Michael and Dori Clark of El Dorado came Tuesday and ate lunch with David and Patricia Clark.


Sympathy is extended to the Dick Sutton family and friends. He lived in Waldo for many years.

Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Becky Smith. Her husband, William, pastored Bethal Baptist Church for several years. She was a great piano player and singer. She will be missed by many. David, Patricia, and Ethan Clark went to her visitation at Smith Funeral Home in Stamps Saturday evening.

Sunday afternoon David, Patricia, and Ethan Clark went to White Oak Lake to camp with family and friends. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings they went to El Dorado MBC for a lecture and preaching by Bro. John Melancon of Henderson, TX. He is an archaeologist and preacher. He had lots of objects he had unearthed. It was so interesting.

Friday morning David, Patricia, and Ethan Clark went to SAU graduation to watch Karissa Shackelford graduate from nursing with a RN degree.

Friday afternoon the Clarks came in from the lake. Saturday morning they went to SAU Tech in East Camden to watch Danyel Shackelford graduate.

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