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Wings of Hope Ministry to Widows in Franklin County

As a part of Wings of Hope Ministry, the widows in Franklin County met in January and February to celebrate the lives of our elders, those in their nineties and beyond, and to fellowship and play games, including bingo with prizes.  Our times together in 2013 have been celebrative and fun!  

On March 5th a group of 60 widows have signed up to go on a tour of the Nissan Plant in Dechard.  Haven't you always wondered what goes on in that large building?  We have!  The ladies have signed up for 2 tour times:  10 a.m. and 1 p.m.  In between all the ladies will meet together to enjoy a brown bag lunch at a nearby church fellowship hall.  Stay tuned for a summary of the tour and our lunch time together!  

Now for an invitation!  All widows, including women who have been abandoned by their husbands or divorced, are invited to our April meeting.  It will be held on Monday, April 15th at 1 p.m. at Cowan Fellowship Church.  Our theme is Aprons and Desserts.  Everyone is invited to bring your favorite apron and dessert.  Drinks will be provided by the church.  Each woman will have an opportunity to share about her favorite apron and to tell a funny story or give testimony to how God is at work in her life.  You'll meet some nice women and enjoy the time of fellowship.  Hope to see you there!  


Laura Ellen Truelove, 2013 President

Wings of Hope Ministry to Widows


Photo 1: Geneva Martin at age 91

Photo 2: Edna Henley, age 93 and Evelyn Weaks, age 91

Photo 3: Cornelia Ford, age 92 and Margaret Moon, age 93

Photo 4: Amber Dickerson, age 99, and still playing the piano beautifully!

Photo 5: Rosa Lee Hudson, age 94

Photo 6: Edna Jacobs, the baby in the group at age 90




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All the photographs were taken at our January meeting when we honored widows who are 90 or older.  Aren't these women an inspiration?  

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