Cana/Pino: Breakfast Saturday at Wesley Chapel Methodist

Published 10:53 am Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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By  Betty Etchison West

Cana/Pino Correspondent

Stop by the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Fellowship Hall Saturday, April 20 for a good country ham/sausage breakfast.  Serving is from 6:30-10 a.m. In addition to country ham and sausage, they will serve scrambled eggs, grits, red-eye gravy, sawmill gravy, homemade biscuits, baked apples, jelly, orange juice and coffee. Wesley Chapel is three miles west of Farmington just off of NC 801 N. on Pino Road.  We hope you will come, have breakfast, and spend time visiting with friends, old and new.  No set charge for breakfast but donations are appreciated.

Homecoming at Wesley Chapel will be on June 2.  The worship service will be at 11 followed by dinner in the fellowship hall. Plan to join the Wesley Chapel congregation that day for worship and reminiscing.  As they used to say, “bring a well-filled basket” and join friends for lunch and a time of reliving good times past.   We are certainly looking forward to seeing you.

The Davie County Women of Faith are planning to have a gathering at Wesley Chapel on June 3. This type of meeting was held for many years before Covid and was revived last year by Barbara Crotts and the women of Concord United Methodist Church. The Women of Faith of Wesley Chapel Church volunteered to have the gathering in 2024.  Now we have begun planning and we hope you will put this on your calendar. It will begin with a covered dish meal at 5:45 followed by music and a speaker, Branndon Cathey, senior director of development for Crossnore Schools.  He will bring up-to-date information on what is happening at the Crossnore campus in Winston-Salem, formerly the Methodist Children’s Home. Mr. Cathey is excited about developments there so we are looking forward to learning more about what is happening. We hope you will join us for this special meeting.  Call 336-998-3298 by May 27 and let us know how many people are coming from your church so we will know how many tables to set up.  We are excited about this gathering and we hope you will be too.

Families gathered to celebrate Easter.

Frances Tutterow entertained her family at Frost cottage.  Those who enjoyed the time together were:  Marty and Bill Babcock of Cary,  Amy and Ryan Applegate of Charlotte,  Missy and Davie Michalski of Lewisville,  Izzy, Joseph, and Birdie Burchette of Advance, Autumn, Peter and Gideon Henry Alvarez, Alexander Spillman and his girlfriend, Christian Sizemore, of Yadkinville, Henry West, Susan, Al, and Oliver Cujas, all of Cana. Jason, Page, Reese, and Harper Tutterow were on a  trip to Cancun, Mexico, during the school spring break so they missed the gathering as I did. I was sick and unable to join the family at Cana.

The people of this area want the family of Mrs. Lucille Reavis, who passed away last week, to know that they have our sympathy in the loss of that dear lady.