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Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral

82 Lynn Street
Peabody, MA 01960
(978) 531-0472
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185 Lake Street
Peabody, MA 01960
(978) 535-3660
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St Mary Cemetary

190 Lynn Street
Peabody, MA 01960
(781) 322-6300
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114 Central Street
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Previewing Louisiana International Film Fest - 225 Baton Rouge

Monday, May 01, 2017

Southern Perspectives” about two Algiers Point barbershops, their colorful regular characters and a confrontation with the KKK.2008Year documentary filmmaker Vanessa Gould won her first Peabody Award. Her latest work, Obit, features on the fest’s documentary lineup and digs into life on The New York Times obituary team.$9.5 millionPrice Fox Searchlight paid for distribution rights to Sundance fave Patti Cake$, which airs opening night. The indie flick stars newcomer Danielle McDonald as an aspiring New Jersey rapper.1962Year of the featherweight boxing championship fight between Finnish underdog Olli Mäki and America’s Davey Moore. On the “World Cinema” docket, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki from Finnish filmmaker Juho Kuosmanen picked up the Un Certain Regard award at Cannes last year.This article was originally published in the April 2017 issue of 225 Magazine.

John Clyde Pullias - Murfreesboro Post

Monday, March 27, 2017

North Boulevard Church of Christ. A proud United States Marine Corps veteran, he saw action in the South Pacific during WWII. After his military service, he graduated from Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville and became a High School Science Teacher and Football Coach. He later worked 18 years for the Southern Bell Co. and finally retired from the State of Tennessee Department of Finance with twenty years of public service.Visitation with the family will be Sunday from 3 p.m. until the time of memorial services beginning at 5 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel with David Young officiating.Memorials may be made in memory of Mr. Pullias to Agape Nashville, 4555 Trousdale Drive, Nashville, TN 37204 and an online guestbook is available at www.woodfinchapel.com.

Salem United Methodist prepares for first Advent Festival - newtoncitizen

Monday, December 05, 2016

Sometimes we need to take the light into dark places,” Salem UMC Pastor Joe Peabody said. “Sometimes we need to be the light in dark places.”Everyone in the community is invited to take part in the Advent Festival, as well as the special service Sunday night, which is only the beginning of what Salem UMC has planned for the holidays.On Sunday, Dec. 4, the church invites everyone to its “Come Home for a Salem Christmas” in the family life center at 6 p.m. It promises to be a casual evening of festivities, including food, fellowship and a Christmas carol sing-along.Breakfast with Santa will be held Saturday, Dec. 10, from 8:30-11 a.m. at the church. Tickets are $6 per person and menus for both adults and children are available. The cost includes breakfast and a photo with Santa Claus. There will also be items to buy at Santa’s Secret Shop where nothing costs more than $5, and wrapping is free. Again, call the church office to make reservations for the breakfast as well as the other Salem UMC events.Throughout the Christmas season, the church will be collecting canned goods for the food pantry and toiletries and paper items for the local battered women’s shelter. All items, as well as monetary donations, can be brought to the church at 3962 Salem Road in Covington.“We want to get people to focus more on what Christmas is about,” Breedlove said. “…It’s great to buy gifts for each other. That’s great and so is the children having Santa Claus and all that, but we need to focus on what the center of attention is, and that’s Jesus Christ.“When they come to our church, that’s what the focus is by Pastor Peabody and all the other groups in our church, the United Methodist men and women. In this Christmas season, as in seasons past, we are always focused on what Christmas is all about. It is Jesus’ birthday and Christ should be the focus of attention.”The pastor has issued a special invitation for anyone looking for a church home to “come home to Salem.” Peabody said the church has a long history of serving God and being involved in the local community. Salem UMC offers coffee and fellowship on Sundays at 9 a.m., followed by The Bridge contemporary worship service at 9:30 a.m., and a traditional worship service at 11 a.m.Beth Slaughter Sexton is a freelance writer based in Walton County. Contact her at bethslaughtersexton@gmail.com.

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Previewing Louisiana International Film Fest - 225 Baton Rouge

Monday, May 01, 2017

Southern Perspectives” about two Algiers Point barbershops, their colorful regular characters and a confrontation with the KKK.2008Year documentary filmmaker Vanessa Gould won her first Peabody Award. Her latest work, Obit, features on the fest’s documentary lineup and digs into life on The New York Times obituary team.$9.5 millionPrice Fox Searchlight paid for distribution rights to Sundance fave Patti Cake$, which airs opening night. The indie flick stars newcomer Danielle McDonald as an aspiring New Jersey rapper.1962Year of the featherweight boxing championship fight between Finnish underdog Olli Mäki and America’s Davey Moore. On the “World Cinema” docket, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki from Finnish filmmaker Juho Kuosmanen picked up the Un Certain Regard award at Cannes last year.This article was originally published in the April 2017 issue of 225 Magazine.

John Clyde Pullias - Murfreesboro Post

Monday, March 27, 2017

North Boulevard Church of Christ. A proud United States Marine Corps veteran, he saw action in the South Pacific during WWII. After his military service, he graduated from Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville and became a High School Science Teacher and Football Coach. He later worked 18 years for the Southern Bell Co. and finally retired from the State of Tennessee Department of Finance with twenty years of public service.Visitation with the family will be Sunday from 3 p.m. until the time of memorial services beginning at 5 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel with David Young officiating.Memorials may be made in memory of Mr. Pullias to Agape Nashville, 4555 Trousdale Drive, Nashville, TN 37204 and an online guestbook is available at www.woodfinchapel.com.

Salem United Methodist prepares for first Advent Festival - newtoncitizen

Monday, December 05, 2016

Sometimes we need to take the light into dark places,” Salem UMC Pastor Joe Peabody said. “Sometimes we need to be the light in dark places.”Everyone in the community is invited to take part in the Advent Festival, as well as the special service Sunday night, which is only the beginning of what Salem UMC has planned for the holidays.On Sunday, Dec. 4, the church invites everyone to its “Come Home for a Salem Christmas” in the family life center at 6 p.m. It promises to be a casual evening of festivities, including food, fellowship and a Christmas carol sing-along.Breakfast with Santa will be held Saturday, Dec. 10, from 8:30-11 a.m. at the church. Tickets are $6 per person and menus for both adults and children are available. The cost includes breakfast and a photo with Santa Claus. There will also be items to buy at Santa’s Secret Shop where nothing costs more than $5, and wrapping is free. Again, call the church office to make reservations for the breakfast as well as the other Salem UMC events.Throughout the Christmas season, the church will be collecting canned goods for the food pantry and toiletries and paper items for the local battered women’s shelter. All items, as well as monetary donations, can be brought to the church at 3962 Salem Road in Covington.“We want to get people to focus more on what Christmas is about,” Breedlove said. “…It’s great to buy gifts for each other. That’s great and so is the children having Santa Claus and all that, but we need to focus on what the center of attention is, and that’s Jesus Christ.“When they come to our church, that’s what the focus is by Pastor Peabody and all the other groups in our church, the United Methodist men and women. In this Christmas season, as in seasons past, we are always focused on what Christmas is all about. It is Jesus’ birthday and Christ should be the focus of attention.”The pastor has issued a special invitation for anyone looking for a church home to “come home to Salem.” Peabody said the church has a long history of serving God and being involved in the local community. Salem UMC offers coffee and fellowship on Sundays at 9 a.m., followed by The Bridge contemporary worship service at 9:30 a.m., and a traditional worship service at 11 a.m.Beth Slaughter Sexton is a freelance writer based in Walton County. Contact her at bethslaughtersexton@gmail.com.