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Voice of the People

May. 01, 2013 @ 12:23 AM

National Day of Prayer is for all

The National Day of Prayer is extending an invitation to everyone in Cabell County and surrounding areas to attend the National Day of Prayer service at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 2.

We will be praying for our city and our nation.

Our official program will begin at noon.

We will have the proclamation signed by our governor to be read by the coordinator.

The presenting of colors will be by the JROTC from Huntington High School.

The welcome from the mayor, singing of the National Anthem and the prayers by the leaders of Huntington and pastors will follow.

Music will be by Karen's Place addiction center in Louisa.

Prayer is crucial to the future of our nation.

Please, if you can, attend at the Cabell County Courthouse, 4th Avenue side.

The Rev. Roslyn

Foster

Cabell County

coordinator

 

Manchin's gun bill not thought out

Sen. Manchin, a good governor, poor senator. Just HOW will expanded background checks cover casual sales at flea markets and swaps between friends at home? This was not well thought out and unenforceable.

Take the money used to support the Muslim Brotherhood and use it to reinforce school buildings, doors and windows on the lower levels of the buildings, and eliminate ALL easy entry to our children and grandchildren.

Bob Roller

Huntington

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