Morgantown Elementary students have been busy writing letters to Santa. They have shared their letters with Beech Tree News so we are passing the information along to Santa's helpers. Read, enjoy, and Merry Christmas.
"The family of Logan Hunt will honor his 90th birthday with a party at the Ministry Center at Aberdeen Baptist Church this Saturday, December 8, from 1:00-4:00 pm. No gifts please, just the company of good friends and family!"
Belmont Christian Academy shared their letters to Santa with Beech Tree News.
The students at North Butler Elementary have written their letters to Santa and shared them with Beech Tree News. Santa helpers may want to take a quick glance. Enjoy reading, and Merry Christmas.
Once again the Butler County Family Resource and Youth Services Centers and the Morgantown Mission are asking for your help to provide Christmas Toys for Butler County Children. Anyone wishing to make a monetary donation can make their checks to BC FRC Christmas Fund and mail to PO Box 728, Morg
Once again the Christmas trees at Jones Funeral Chapel are decorated with memorial ornaments. For over 20 years, members of the surrounding communities have brought ornaments to the funeral chapel to honor their departed loved ones.
December 2. The Children's Choir, directed by Mrs Penny Wallace, will present "Signs of Christmas." at 6:00 pm.
December 16. Handbells in concert, directed by Mrs. Ann Bartholomew, at 6:00 pm.
On Monday November 26, the 1st Annual Kentuckian Folk Festival was held at Morgantown Elementary School. The all day event consisted of multiple presentations and displays. The event was organized by Diana Flener.
Marty and GeorgeAnn Treece were named the Adoptive Family of the Year for 2012 for the Two Rivers Region. They were recognized at an Adoption Reception in Frankfort on November 1, 2012. November is adoption awareness month.
Sunday November 25, the children of Monticello Baptist Church had their annual morning Christmas program. After the welcome by Pastor Randy Burns and announcements by Shane Wells, there was offering taken and responsive reading by the congregation.