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BRASHEAR NEWS Oct. 26, 2011

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Brashear Bash is almost upon us. The weather is predicted to be nice — cool and clear — so I am issuing an invitation to one and all to come and see our pretty town, look at the items that will

be for sale, and enjoy some beans and cornbread.

To the people of Brashear, I want to make sure everyone who wants a table, spot outside or their own garage sale has notified the appropriate eople. You may contact Carolyn Vaughan at 903-582-2269; Linda Almon at 903-994-2993; or myself, Debbie Young, at 903-612-8806. We have not had as many takers this year. I hope some of you were just waiting to make the big leap. Come on out. Where else can you have a good time, great bargains, and a good meal for $5?

The date for the bash is Oct. 29 at the Brashear Baptist Family Life Building. The time is from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will also be items outside to purchase.

Some of the items I have had donated are: Tupperware; clothes for a petite-sized woman; purses; books; a fishing chair; and much, much more. These are priced to sell. Remember that all of this is for a good cause: the Community Center. There are some items at the Community Center for sale, too. Please go by and see how good the Community Center looks. We are hoping to purchase a stove with the money from the Bash. Be ready to stop and shop. Hope to see you there. Do not be surprised if you hear from me asking for your help with desserts.

This has been a hard week for some of our residents. We lost Marsha Nestor Lowrey. Her funeral was today at 1 p.m. and she’s being buried in the Greenview Cemetery.

The weather is a changing. We are looking forward to some cooler weather and more rain! We had half an inch on Saturday night and were fortunate not to have the hail they had predicted.

Is anyone missing a large black dog? There is one dead in my mother's pasture and we do not know where he came from or what killed him. Please let us know if you are missing one.

Not much else going on, but I do want to thank Cumby telephone for helping out with the Brashear Bash again. We appreciate all that you do to help out our community. Remember to tell someone that you love them. It will make their day as well as yours. If you have any other news, please 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 stop by and visit us here on CR 1119.

 

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