Home-baked lattice apple pie, in a brown ceramic pie plate, ready to serve.


In just a few days, Friends of Horseshoe Bend Animals will be hosting their Harvest Extravaganza, on Saturday, Nov. 17 at Faith Presbyterian Church, located at Third and Church Streets in Horseshoe Bend, from 9 a.m. to noon. They are asking for community support to come out and see their sale items which will help provide support for the cats and dogs of Horseshoe Bend.
The Friends will be having a bake sale offering a variety of delectable delights to tempt your taste buds. You may want to buy your Thanksgiving goodies to have for your own dinner or to take as hostess gifts. The goodies go fast so come early. This year they are also adding chili-to-go as an extra attraction. They will have their usual craft tables filled with unique handcrafted items and gifts. Several auction items will also be available, including some furniture, as well as several raffle items. Check out their Facebook listing for photos of some items.
If anyone would like to help extend the sale by donating baked goods, they would be appreciated. If you have a gift item you think others would like in their home, please consider donating it. Handmade craft items, gift baskets, gift cards or certificates and gift services would also be welcomed.
Remember all the proceeds stay in the community and go directly to help the dogs and cats of Horseshoe Bend. If the weather is not great, please still try to come help them raise funds for the animals who need assistance in lousy weather as well as in good.
If you would like more information, please phone 870-373-2649.


In just a few days, Friends of Horseshoe Bend Animals will be hosting their Harvest Extravaganza, on Saturday, Nov. 17 at Faith Presbyterian Church, located at Third and Church Streets in Horseshoe Bend, from 9 a.m. to noon. They are asking for community support to come out and see their sale items which will help provide support for the cats and dogs of Horseshoe Bend.
The Friends will be having a bake sale offering a variety of delectable delights to tempt your taste buds. You may want to buy your Thanksgiving goodies to have for your own dinner or to take as hostess gifts. The goodies go fast so come early. This year they are also adding chili-to-go as an extra attraction. They will have their usual craft tables filled with unique handcrafted items and gifts. Several auction items will also be available, including some furniture, as well as several raffle items. Check out their Facebook listing for photos of some items.
If anyone would like to help extend the sale by donating baked goods, they would be appreciated. If you have a gift item you think others would like in their home, please consider donating it. Handmade craft items, gift baskets, gift cards or certificates and gift services would also be welcomed.
Remember all the proceeds stay in the community and go directly to help the dogs and cats of Horseshoe Bend. If the weather is not great, please still try to come help them raise funds for the animals who need assistance in lousy weather as well as in good.
If you would like more information, please phone 870-373-2649.


Faith Presbyterian Church in Horseshoe Bend will be having an Easter Sunrise Service on Turkey Mountain at the tennis court. The service will be conducted by David Schaller. There will be music and singing. Come and participate in this glorious celebration. Please bring a chair. Donuts and coffee will be served following the service at the church.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Horseshoe Bend will have Easter Services beginning at 9 a.m. with Holy Communion. An Easter Brunch will follow the service, and those wishing to attend need to call the church at 870-670-5482.
Fairview Missionary Baptist Church in Violet Hill will have Easter Services at 11 a.m. They will present a drama about Jesus Christ. It will answer the questions of who He was and why He died. The drama will feature testimonials and songs.
First Baptist Church of Salem will find out “Who Moved the Stone?” at 10 a.m.

Fresh produce on sale at the local farmers market.


by Pat Gill
Things are beginning to pick up and produce is slowly coming in. Shirley from Highland says she is bringing 150 ears of sweet corn this Wednesday and hopefully, more tomatoes. Kristi says her zucchini bread seems to be a hit and she will continue to bake it.
Sandi Conway from Melbourne has herbs and an item that you bake at home from a jar. Her herbs are reasonably priced and look healthy. There are artisan soaps and a variety of crotchet items from our loyal crotchet ladies. Thanks for stopping by.
The Horseshoe Bend Farmer’s Market is located at the Faith Presbyterian Church.

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Next Wednesday, October 12, will be the last week for Farmer’s Market at Faith Presbyterian Church in Horseshoe Bend until next spring. There is a last chance to buy fresh produce and baked goods next week. The Amish Pancake Breakfast will be served on Saturday, October 22 from 8 to 11 a.m. at Amish Community on Hwy. 395 in Salem. Donations are appreciated. There is also an equipment auction.

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