Welcome from Auburn…
Welcome is a word of love…..
If someone greets you with a smile, tries to be friendly and kind. Accept the gracious heart you meet toward goodness, don’t be blind. for welcome is a word of love whether it’s to friend or foe, because the teaching of the Lord reveals it so.
If someone greets you with a nod and brightness in their eye exchange a kind word in return as you’re passing by. For welcome is a word of love to whomever you meet or know because the teaching of the Lord reveals it so.
We at Auburn welcome you to our community and in our homes with open arms. There are no lonely people that walk the streets looking for unseen things. We at Auburn can offer you a friendly hand.
I hope everyone had a very happy Mother’s Day!!
I would like to wish all of our graduates congratulations with the work they have achieved and we hope the future brings you everything you are looking for in life. Sometimes the way may seem long but keep going and achieve your goals.
A special honor goes to Angy Abner who graduated from ICC with a Nursing Degree Friday Night, May 17. Congratulations!!
The 1996 tee ball and coach pitch teams are playing ball at the Auburn ball park. Let me know how your teams are doing and I will be glad to report this in our Auburn news.
Tiffany plays on Jeff Thorton’s team. They have felt victory and they have also learned about defeat. Go Team!!
The coach-pitch 7-8 years old Mooreville Troopers, coached by Tim Howell, Sammy Reed and Brad Nolan, were in a tournament in Shannon on Saturday, May 18. They were undefeated in this tournament and they won the championship game 17-1. Way to go team.
Special birthday wishes go to Michael Paul Anglin. Michael turned 19 on May 18. We hope you have many more. We love you, Mom, Dad, Rickey, and Janie.
The Auburn Civic Club meets the first Monday night of each month at 6:30 p.m.