Spam Emails being sent in Disguise

Be careful opening emails. There are email messages being sent that appear to be from AT&T and Verizon (and perhaps other companies) that if clicked on take the recipient to another, perhaps malicious, website.

To check authenticity, let your cursor hover over a link to see if it directs to the company it purports to be from, or to another website that you don’t recognize. CAUTION: If your cursor is set to access the link after hovering for a second or two, don’t do it.

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Merritt Watson Turns 70!

Bethany held a luncheon last Sunday after worship in honor of Merritt Watson on his 70th birthday anniversary. After Merritt’s recent altercations with a steel girder and other head-hunting objects, the perfect gift was obvious: a hardhat. But it was such an obvious present, that he received two!

A beautiful cake

A couple of hardhats

And good food, of course.

Photos by Emily Harper

Annual Communications Barbecued Chicken Lunch is Friday, March 30

Bethany’s communications committee will hold its annual barbecued chicken lunch Friday, March 30, 11 am to 1 pm. Sale will be by ticket , and there may be a very limited number of plates available at the door. Tickets are $7.00 and may be purchased at the church office (252-249-0266) in Bethany Hall on Thursdays, 9 am to 4 pm, or by contacting Jennie Adams, jenniekadams@gmail.com; Merritt Watson, minister@bethanyarapahoe.org; or by comment to this post (click on the response link above).

Businesses ordering multiple plates may schedule deliveries for 11:30 am, 12 noon, 12:15 pm, 12:30 pm, 12:45 pm or 1 pm.

Each plate will consist of one of Merritt Watson’s famous barbecued chicken halves, coleslaw, Kelly and Buck Jones’ baked beans, corn sticks and a homemade dessert.

Proceeds are used for communications committee projects and equipment.

 

CWF Offers Delicious Ham Dinner on St. Patrick’s Day

The Christian Women’s Fellowship is cooking ham dinners with all the fixings (biscuit, boiled potatos, string beans, deviled eggs, pickles and dessert) on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17.

The dinners will be served at 5 pm in the fellowship hall, and patrons may dine in or take out . Also, there will be a silent auction for some choice items.

Each plate is $7.00. Tickets are available at the church Sunday, or dinners may be purchased at the door. Join us for a delicious meal, and wear green!