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BRASHEAR NEWS March 5, 2014

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Well, back when we got ice in December, the old wives tale was that if it stayed on the ground for three days you would get it again. So, we did. Now, the ice has been on the ice on the ground for three days again. Come on, spring.

Brashear Baptist Church Youth Group Stew/Chili Contest and auction was a great success. They earned somewhere close to $5,100. A special thanks to Cumby Tel for making a contribution. Thanks to all of the people who came and bought items from their auction. This money is going to the youth summer camp. Thanks again to everyone.

How does your garden grow? I sincerely hope that the ice didn't affect our early shoots. 

Thanks to Precinct 1 road crew for coming by the community center and putting rock salt down on the sidewalk so voters would not fall on the ice. The election has come and gone. I want to thank everyone who took their own time to help the run the elections. 

Free Library is had a few lookers. I hope you spread the word out for anyone who likes to read. There are a couple of Louis L’Amour books, Stuart Woods and Janet Evanovich. Remember you do not have to bring them back. Share them. We so love to read and want others to have the opportunity to get a book when they want one. There are a few children's books too.

IdziBitsy Bakery has been busy. They contributed cookies to the Paint the Town Run last weekend, and baked a cake for KSST and their birthday celebration. Way to go Michelle Idzi. If you have not had a chance to taste her wares, please take the time to come by for a sample.

Lucy McCorkle stopped us on Saturday and visited for a while. She made the comment about Sharon's BarBQ and said that Sharon had the best chicken stew around. Check it out. She is located now on Church Street.

Thank you to my friend for her eggs. I think chickens are confused they seem to be really laying right now. I am so grateful.

It is getting late so I will wind down. Take care and remember to call me at 903-612-8806; email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; or stop by County Road 1119. Tom and I love visitors.




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