Wildflower Report thanks to Lucy McCorkle, is that the yellow flowers are blooming. Mexican Hats are blooming and the Mullins. You will also notice the every popular Black-Eye Susans are blooming too.
Grasshoppers are getting really bad. Hope our flowers, shrubs and trees can survive this onslaught. Garden is holding its own.
P31 Brashear is growing. I love this group of women who do not mind coming up to the Brashear Baptist Church and sweating. We are in boot camp this week and working hard. Thanks to Shayelynn Emerick.
The Dairy Festival is up and going. I had the opportunity of a lifetime last Saturday evening while working with the hot air balloons. I got to ride in the balloon named Liberty. It was so incredible and quiet. This was on my bucket list, so check it off. If you ever have the chance to do this, do not let the opportunity go by.
Brashear Baptist Church youth will leave for their summer mission trip, and I would like everyone to say a prayer for them. We want to make sure they make it there, are great witnesses and have a safe trip home. Brashear Baptist Church is also having Vacation Bible School this week, Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. through Saturday. If your children are already bored, sign them up for a great time at Brashear Baptist Church.
We of Hopkins County should also be proud of our youth this week. It is Sulphur Springs Workcamp and they are doing great to serve others this summer. They plan to paint 20 houses in three days. For the youth of today to give up their free time for others is an ultimate commitment. Thanks to our youth for giving of themselves for others.
Monday, June 17 there is a fundraise for Phoebe Carmody. It will be held at the ROC at First Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs and begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at Lou Nell's. There will be a fashion show, raffle, silent auction and a meal. Colton and Caleb Frazier will be the entertainment. This is a very good cause.
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