Glasgow

Eight people, members of the Glasgow Garden Club and their significant others, calling themselves team “Trash Be Gone,” took part in the clean-up week by picking up a total of 42 bags of trash in a 1.9 miles of road along Lone Jack Road and Sallings Mountain Road this past week.

Glasgow Baptist Church will resume inperson Bible study on Wednesday mornings beginning April 14, at 10. You are welcome to join them, and masks are recommended.

The Pastor Search Committee of Glasgow Baptist Church, which suspended its search for most of 2020 due to COVID-19, has resumed its search for a full time pastor. Interim Pastor Larry Ross and his wife, Janet, have faithfully served this church since Thanksgiving of 2019. They have been commuting from Bedford each Sunday, and he has conducted a Facebook live devotional every Wednesday from his home.

Plans continue to come together for the grand opening of the farmers market with a May Day at the Market event planned for May 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the farmers market located on the corner of 10th and Kanawha Streets. There will be food vendors, and crafters with their handmade, hand crafted items. They are working to fill a gift basket that will be given away, and are obtaining prizes for the children’s prize wheel. If you would be interested in being part of this event as a vendor, please call or text the market manager, Carolyn Bradley, at (540) 570- 0919, no later than April 16.

Also, if local gardeners, or farmers would be interested in bringing their produce to our market this season, please contact the market manager. They really need you. The market days will be Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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