Please, no coronavirus parties

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Greetings and Happy Fourth of July from the Wesley Smith Chapel Community!

I pray that everyone is doing great by wearing your mask when you go out in public crowds, stay your 6 feet distance and wash your hands. If you don’t have to go out, please stay home. If you are following the news, the U.S. had more than 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 for three days in a row. There have also been conflicting reports of alleged coronavirus parties to see who gets sick first. Come on people. No one should be that dumb.

A church choir had choir rehearsal and some of them got the virus. Our young people need to be taught. Stay home. Stay out of the crowds of people. I would rather stay 6 feet apart then to be 6 feet in the ground. I’m begging you please take this coronavirus seriously. I know of people who have died, I know of people who had to be quarantined.

I pray that everyone had a blessed and safe fourth. I pray that everyone puts their mask on, stays 6 feet apart and washes their hands.

Happy Anniversary
  • June 29: Gerald and Gaynell Hall, who celebrated 18 years.
  • July 3: Reginald and Irnita Ward of Maryland; James and Eldress Brenda McNair
Happy Birthday
  • June 29: Laronda Royal of Virginia; Temika Michelle Newkirk Powell
  • June 30: Dr. Tanya Wynn; my cousin, Arnette Ward Cogdell, who turned 80; Gerry Darden; Dr. Elder Donald Wells
  • July1: Jerilyn James Lee
  • July 2: Elder Anthony Ezzell; Dr. Donald Wells; and Betty Jones.
  • July 4: Sabrina Boykin
  • July 7: my baby and only daughter, Dr. Schenita Davis Randolph; and my awesome gifted basketball playing grandson, Joshua Alexander Randolph.

May God bless you all to have a great, blessed happy birthday.

Congratulations and Final Thoughts

Congratulations to Jalen Lofton, who was honored with a 2020 graduation celebration on Saturday, June 27, at the home of Odell and Cheryl Collin by his mother, Margaret Loftin, and the entire family. Best wishes and much success to Jalen and to all of the 2020 graduates.

Thought for the week: Thank God for his kindness. Thank God for his goodness. Thank God for his love. Thank God for his friendship. Thank God for his Mercy. Thank God for his forgiveness. Thank God for his guidance. Thank God for his grace. Thank God for a new day. Love one another. Pray for one another and check on our elderly. I love you all.

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