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BRASHEAR NEWS Nov. 2, 2011

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Yeah! The Brashear Bash was awesome. We made approximately $1,100. There are so many people to thank for this huge success. First, I want to thank Cumby Telephone for their support.

Next, I would like to thank Polly Barker, Jeanette Jordan, Becky Burns, Carolyn Vaughan and all of the silent minions that helped make the meal a success. Elizabeth McGraw donated a door prize and Alene Willhite was the winner. I enjoyed seeing some old friends, some new friends, and finding some new relatives. Nothing like small towns.

Thanks to Enola Gay and the Sulphur Springs News-Telegram for helping us get the word out about our Bash.

I want to thank Marie and Ron Bramlett, Lucy McCorkle, Elizabeth McGraw and Billie Rushin for the items they donated to our sale.

Our condolences to the family of Charles David Stewart on his death.

On Dec. 3, we are planning a Community-Wide Game Night. We will be serving stew with a competition between men and women. There will be games available and we hope there will be some interested 42 players. Santa may also make an appearance. More details coming later. We hope this will bring a lot of Brashear people out so we can meet our neighbors. This is a way to say “Thanks” for all you have contributed toward upgrading the Community Center.

We will be purchasing a new stove real soon. This will allow anyone who rents the Community Center to cook. Tentative plans include a Health Fair; other activities still on the drawing board. If there is something you would like to have, let us know.

They had a great turnout for Trunk 'n’ Treat at Brashear Baptist Church.

Thanks again for everything, people of Brashear. You have made a lot of things happen to help our little community.

Do not forget Daylight Savings Time changes back on Sunday the 6th. Remember to “fall back.”

With the weather changing, make sure your heaters are in good shape. We want everyone to be warm and safe.

If you have news, 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 drop by. We love to visit and meet new people.

 

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