The homecoming services recalled the hundreds of
attendees that came to worship from miles around ...

... and enjoy a day of fellowship, remembering and worship

The Cremo Community Church, originally a Methodist Episcopal Church, celebrated its 100th birthday this weekend, with locals and families from the region attending, including several former pastors.

The long table was covered with country fixin's and delicacies, a banquet table to be enjoyed.

(L)Old saint Lula Starcher Hughes, returns one more time
at age 100 (R) accompanied by Grace Duskey Elmore, 93

Rowels Run residence Betty Reed Cunningham, 82, and
Edna Duskey Kingsbury of Grantsville visit a spell

Eula Murphy and "Bunny" Davis (L) and food lovers

A creature from nearby Rowels Run

(L to R) Jackie Cottrell, Lonnie Hughes, and Kenneth Hughes have a visit

Longtime member "Bubby" Brown looks at early time photos

Neena and Richard "Bub" Sampson

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