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Brashear News Oct. 12, 2011

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This has been a sad week and a half for Brashear, Brashear Baptist Church and the Vaughan family, who lost someone very special, Larry Vaughan. The funeral on Sunday showed how loved

Carolyn, Larry, Amy and Kristi are. Our sympathies go to their family. Also, our sympathies go out to Becky Burns on the loss of her mother this weekend. We want everyone who experienced a loss this week to know they are loved and prayers are going up for them.

Sympathies go out to the family of Barbara Inez Noble, for whom funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Garland. Graveside services followed at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Brashear Cemetery.

Brashear Bash is sneaking up on us Saturday, Oct. 28, but I have only received two reservations for spots. Where are all of the others who might be interested? You can contact Carolyn Vaughan, Linda Almon or me, Debbie Young. We are so excited, as the spring Bash was so wonderful. Come on out and get rid of some of your accumulated items. It is only $5 for a spot. We have tables and will be setting up on Friday, Oct. 27. You can also bring your own table. I will be outside with my trailer of donations to sell, and any of you are able to set up outside, too, for only $5. We will also be having a bean and cornbread lunch with the fixings, drink and dessert for $5. Hot dogs will also be sold for those who do not like beans. I’m so excited because I have received some very nice donations. The funds will be used to purchase a stove for the Community Center. The old one finally bit the dust.

We really enjoyed the Senior Expo today at the Nazarene Church. This expo offers so much information that seniors can use. We even won a door prize. We want to thank all of the vendors for their time and goodies. The cookies were really good, too.

Brashear Baptist Church is hosting a stew dinner on Oct. 22. Come on out and enjoy some stew.

You never know how great the community you live in is until someone moves in and comments on things we take for granted. We have some visitors at church, and they came to our Sunday School party at Heritage Park. She commented what a treasure Heritage Park was and is. Thank you, Judy.

Stew cook-off time in Sulphur Springs is fast approaching. We sure hope that the weather stays nice and cool. This will be the first time it has been separated from Fall Festival.

The Meal-A-Day Menu for next week includes: Monday — Ham, mashed potatoes and broccoli; Tuesday — Beef spaghetti, garlic toast and English peas; Wednesday — King Ranch casserole, carrots and Providence vegetables; Thursday — Rope sausage, black beans/rice, corn and salad; Friday — Hopkins County stew (chicken), crackers and cheese cubes.

Tom and I were brainstorming and wondering if we have any camera bugs out there who would like to set up a fall scene and take photos and print them out at our Brashear Bash. You could offer a flat rate and print the photo at the bash. Anyone interested?

We’re praying for rain to help relieve this terrible drought. May your days be full of love and blessings. I know that we are very blessed. Take care, and remember to call me at 903-612-8806, e-mail me at ddyoung@ cawb.com, or just stop by County Road 1119.




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