Sunday was a special day in the quiet community of Moe’s River, as people came from near and far to gather at the local community church for the annual strawberry social. Eugene Naylor, a former president of the Moe’s River Community Organization, explained that the tradition is tied to a local effort to save the former Baptist church. “When (the Baptists) gave it up, the community took it over,” he said. Now in the care of the community organization, the church serves as a non-denominational Christian worship space. Yesterday afternoon, however, it was abuzz with visitors from as nearby as down the road and as far away as Florida. See full story in the Monday, July 9 edition of The Record.