Pilot Mountain News

Westfield News

My wish for you this Christmas season is for good health and happiness all year. Merry Christmas!

Elizabeth Cartwright graduated from Queens University of Charlotte Thursday, December 14 with a degree in Nursing. She is now Elizabeth Cartwright, RN. Elizabeth received the Jones Nursing Award during the graduation ceremony.

Congratulations! What an amazing accomplishment! Elizabeth will be working in a hospital emergency department in Charlotte.

She is the daughter of Jeff Cartwright of Westfield. Elizabeth’s grandparents are Elise and Jimmy Cartwright.

The United Society of Friends Women from Westfield Friends Meeting visited Twelve Oaks nursing home last week with gifts, devotion, singing, food and drinks. The residents there were very appreciative.

The town of Westfield has a nativity scene all lit up at night across from the Baptist Church. If you are riding around looking at Christmas lights it is wroth your time to ride by to see the nativity scene. It’s very nice. Thank you Westfield Baptist Church.

Members from Brown Mountain Church bought gifts for children at the Thomasville Baptist Children’s Home. The gifts from Santa were taken down there on Friday, December 15th with some hot chocolate and popcorn. The children really enjoyed the hot chocolate and popcorn. They kept going back for seconds and thirds.

Brown Mountain Baptist Church will have its Christmas Play on Sunday, Dec. 31 during the 11 a.m. church service. The play had originally been scheduled for Dec. 10, but was postponed because of bad weather. Come enjoy!

Special prayers for, Dorothy Simmons, Lanny Martin, Alvin Sams, Hallie Hall, Hugh Covington, Radford Hiatt, Marie Jessup and Donnie McQuinn.

The King Fire Department is trying to help out the Donnie McQuinn family by selling Team McQuinn T-Shirts. The t-shirts are $20. The color of the shirt is green because that’s the color of Donnie’s cancer. They are good Hanes shirts with no label. You can get one at the King Fire Department or you can mail a check (payable to PFFK) to King Fire Department, 302 West King Street, King, NC 27021. Send with your check your name, size of t-shirt, your phone number and that you are pre ordering a team McQuinn t-shirt. The family needs the help. Donnie’s parents, Don and Gloria, live in Westfield.

Sympathy goes to Johnny, Joel, Jeff and the Stephens family.

Mrs. Brenda Marie Joyce Stephens, age 75, of Pilot Mountain, went home to be with Jesus, her Savior and Lord on Monday, December 11, 2017 at Forsyth Medical Center. She was born November 18, 1942 in Stokes County.

Sympathy goes to Tammy Moore Poteat and the family.

James Poteat went home to be with the Lord. He is now pain free.

Mr. James Andrew Poteat Sr. age 61, passed away Saturday, December 16. He was born January 8, 1956 to the late Claude Shelton and Ada Irene Gibson Poteat.

By Jane Nunn

For The Pilot

Jane Nunn may be reached at 336-351-6866