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April 27, 2014

Log Cabin Days, Spring Festival and more in store

What a wonderful time of year! With Easter came some much needed rain and many celebrations, including special church services around our area.  

Sunrise services were held by Holders Chapel and Soda Springs Baptist Church.  Midpoint Chapel hosted an egg hunt and special worship service on Palm Sunday. Another special time of worship was held on the evening of Maundy Thursday at Millsap Methodist Church. These events were a wonderful way to honor the meaning of the season.

The Millsap Heritage Society wants to let everyone know that there are now over 20 booths registered for the Log Cabin Day Festival which will be open to the public on May 10 at our town’s Heritage Park. All of the booths will be spread out among the cabins for a very old fashioned setting. The Heritage Society will have a raffle featuring a vintage quilt. Tickets can be bought at the organization’s festival booth or ahead of time at Walden Farm and Ranch Supply, 201 Fairview Road. The tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. It’s going to be a whole day of pioneer style fun, so come join us early for the free breakfast beginning at 7 a.m. and stay awhile.

May 17 will be a big day at Holders Chapel as the congregation invites everyone to join them for a Spring Festival. The event will be held at the church located at 501 Holders Chapel Road, Cool. Hours are from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. with breakfast food available. There will be a yard sale, silent auction, and bake shop. A hamburger plate for $6 or hotdog plate for $5 will be ready for lunch. These meals include chips, dessert, and a drink. There will be a quilt raffle with tickets $1 each. This annual event is always well prepared and profits go to charities and other needs.  Go meet this church family and have a good time!

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