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Brashear News July 22, 2009

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We are so fortunate to live in a country where our elected officials want to know what we are thinking, feeling, and saying. To explain myself, I mean here in Hopkins County they do. Our commissioner, Beth Wisenbaker, wants us to know that your trust has been placed in her and she wants to hear from you. She wants me to give out her e-mail, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , so we can open the communication avenues with people who live in Precinct 1.

She wants to hear from you (even when we have a difference of opinion) and explain “why I vote a certain way in court. I will always try to listen with an open mind”. Beth went onto say that with the budget planning for 2010 coming up, dealing with overcrowding at the county jail, and deciding on major county road projects she wants to make sure your opinion is heard.

Birthdays for this week and the first of next week are: Barbara Wrenn, July 21; Natosha Burns, July 22; James Willhite, July 24; Doris Polly Barker, July 27; and Keisha Edwards, July 28.

From Brashear Baptist, they had 37 students and six sponsors at Student Life Camp in Branson, Mo.

The rain has been a welcome relief. We just need some more. So get out your rain dance gear and get dancing. Hope your gardens are still producing. We are getting tomatoes, some peppers, and a few melons. The rain perked things up a bit.

I have not heard from anyone lately on what might be coming up in big Brashear so please keep your ears open and let me know. Same e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; same phone number, 903-612-8806; or just come on by CR 1119.

 

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