By Holly Bacon email@example.com
As of now the Mayor will not be picking up county trustees and bringing them to Horseshoe Lake to clean up debris. Any trees, limbs and other debris will need to be taken care of by property owners. You will need permission from Ricky Scarbrough to place any burnable items on his lot on Horseshoe Circle near the library.
*** Good Job
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Many thanks to Entergy and the Tree Services that have been working very hard for the last year on preventative maintenance of cutting limbs near power lines. It paid off this week with the high winds, no power outages at Horseshoe Lake. We at Horseshoe Lake are very thankful for the over 6 inches of rain that arrived between Monday and Wednesday this week.
*** St. Francis Master Gardeners
The St. Francis Master Gardener’s held their monthly meeting on Nov. 17. They are working on their Christmas Tree at the St. Francis Museum. They are also very thankful for the monies received this summer from the AP (Advertising/Promotions) from Forrest City. This will help with SFMG working on one of the entrance signs into Hughes and other projects throughout St. Francis county.
*** Calendar of Events
Nov. 22nd Mass, 7:30 a.m., St. Mary’s of the Lake Catholic Church. Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m., Horseshoe Lake Baptist Church. Nov. 23rd Deadline for weekly news, 8 p.m., contact Holly Bacon at 870-339-3514 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Nov. 24th Zumba Class, 8 a.m., Surf Club Building. Nov. 26th Happy Thanksgiving! Nov. 27th Next weekly article appears.