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Brashear News for Aug. 17, 2011

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Rain?? Rain! Wasn’t it wonderful Saturday? Loved the clouds and the coolness while it lasted. Let’s hope we see more of that real soon.

How are all of you faring with the heat, your cows, crops, yards? I sincerely hope that we do not lose some of our beautiful trees in the area .Looking outdoors you see a lot of dead trees, shrubs and grass. If there is just a spark, there will be a huge fire. Take care out there with the heat and the dryness.

Are you checking on others? Please keep this practice up because you never know with the heat being so severe. If you know of anyone that needs a fan, please contact the Senior Citizen Center and Karon Weatherman by calling 903-885-1661.

Meal-A-Day Menu for the week of Aug. 22-26:

Monday — Chicken spaghetti, Catalina blend vegetables, garlic bread

Tuesday — Sweet and sour meatballs, rice, green beans

Wednesday — Ham with pineapple, squash casserole, roll

Thursday — King Ranch casserole, corn on the cob, sweet peas

Friday — Meat Loaf, mashed potatoes, broccoli

Remember, they have lunches for anyone. Just walk in and pick up a lunch for $2.

Congratulations to Gabriel and Zella Rubio of Brashear and Kathy and Samuel Moody of Brashear on the birth of their new granddaughter, Novalynn Alexis Nicole Rubio. Speaking as a grandparent there is nothing better than grandchildren. They can make you feel good even on a bad day. Love those kiddoes.

the Brashear Community Center beautification committee is getting ready to spring with our next fundraiser. Be sure to watch for details. We had planned to have a movie night and show a movie on the side of the Brashear Baptist Church and have hot dogs and hamburgers, but there again the heat becomes a factor. Maybe later on in the fall ...

We want to welcome Jim and Sherry Moore to Brashear real soon. Their new house is coming along nicely. Hope you will welcome them with open arms. Jim and Sherry have been friends for over 25 years.

School bells are ringing in the area. Be careful driving through our school zones and be ever watchful for buses unloading students.

Football is about to begin, so just fair warning. Go Wildcats!

I was sorry to hear of Beverly Haygood daughter-in-law’s accident on the Brashear service road. She was hit by a car while riding her bike last week. The bike was totaled, but glad to say C.D. only had some cuts and bruises. She was so blessed not to have been injured seriously. Be watchful out there.

Winding down, I just want you to remember that our area has a lot to offer so go out and rediscover Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. Aug. 19-21 is the statewide sales tax holiday, so a lot of shoppers will be out this weekend. Yeah! That can sure boost our economy.

Well, that’s enough advertising. Until next week, take care and be safe. Remember, if you have any news to share, call me at 903-612-8806; e-mail me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; or just come on by CR 1119 for a visit.

 

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