By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Next Wednesday, Sept 12, it’s time to gather together with old and not-so-old friends, find out what they’ve been doing over the summer, make some new friends and enjoy lunch at the 55 Plus Club.
For their very first program of the 2011-2012 year, the special guest will be Sheriff Ben Stewart and one of his Drug Enforcement Team Dogs. Stewart has prepared a PowerPoint presentation on the drug problem in Madison County, how the K-9 force is helping abate it, and what happens to the drug cash seized in the process. Stewart will also talk about his department’s search-and-rescue team.
Lee United Methodist Church will host this first meeting and be in charge of the food, and the meeting will take place at the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Community Center, about five miles north of Madison on Highway 145, on the corner of Dill Street and 145.
Anyone 55 and older is welcome to come and enjoy the food and the presentation. No reservation is necessary and there are no dues or fees.
For more information about the 55 Plus Club or any outreach ministry of United Methodist Church Ministries, call coordinator Deborah Brown at (850) 929-4938.