Goldonna News “Where’s my Wi-Fi” Edition

The good Lord giveth and the good Lord taketh away. The Village of Goldonna has been befuddled without the continuous use of their newly ordained Wi-Fi. While service has been spotty in some areas, it has been completely gone in other areas. Concerned residents have called the company numerous times to no avail. One resident reported that they visited the site and hope to have the rest of it repaired remotely. Citizens have been hearing the same story for four weeks now. While they remain hopeful, they are still disappointed that no one seems to have an answer while they continue to pay for a service they are not receiving.

Hopefully the company will make good on their promises and repair customer service relationships with the community who deserves connectivity like most neighboring towns have.

Goldonna Assembly of God will be hosting Johnathan Bond on August 17-18th at 6:30 in the evening. Mr. Bond is a singer and published author who will be sharing his testimony as well as leading worship. The air conditioning will fill the church with cold air while your spirit is getting filled. Get there early to get your seat!

They will also be the host church of the Goldonna Community Service that will take place on August 11 at 6:30. The guest Pastor for the night will Reverend George Procell of River of Life Church. The loudest amen in the church will be from me. I will be there to cheer my dear old dad along. The entire community is invited and encouraged to attend.

Goldonna Baptist Church is still getting ready to deck the halls with Operation Christmas Child boxes. The church has a goal of packing three hundred boxes. I heard from a little birdie that they are immensely proud of the Pastor and his lofty goal. If you want to be on Santa’s Nice List, get your donations in today. They are still collecting items leading up to the community packing party that will take place in November.

Goldonna Elementary Junior High School will begin classes on August 9th. The first day for Pre-K girls will be Thursday, August 10. The first day for Pre-K boys will be Friday, August 11. All Pre-K students will be report to school Monday, August 14.

The first day for Kindergarten girls will be Wednesday, August 9. The first day for kindergarten boys will be Thursday, August 10. All Kindergarten students will be at school Friday, August 11. Principal Cori Beth Manuel is ready to meet all of the new Wildcats and has been hard at work getting the campus in shape for the new school year. Online registration is still open for students. If you are a returning student, it should only take minutes to have your child fully registered.

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