Morgan Joslin was in Nacogdoches for Civil Air Patrol Camp over the weekend, where he graduated Cadet Command and Staff College in the Cadet Training and Education Program. It's for cadets who have achieved the rank of Cadet Captain.
The North Hopkins School Alumni Homecoming is coming up on Saturday evening, Nov. 1. All former students, teachers and their guests are encouraged to attend and enjoy a time of visiting with old friends. The Class of 1964 will be honored for the 50th anniversary of their graduation. Please let your friends know about the event. More details to come soon.
Betty Weir accompanied Dorothy Hopkins of Commerce and DeeDie Brent of Campbell to Mount Pleasant, where they met John and Patsy Bowman of Dike. All were judges for the 39th Annual Titus County Fair Creative Arts Division.
Betty also reports, "On Sept. 24, RaDona Adams, chairwoman of the Hopkins County Community Chest, accepted a generous donation from Grocery Supply, at their charity golf tournament." Also attending the event at the Tribute Golf Club at The Colony were Community Chest Executive Director Judy Moore and Board members Deanna Landers and Betty Weir. She adds, "Monies provided from the annual event are utilized exclusively for families with children, throughout the year."
Betty Weir and Karen Falls of Cooper attended the Bois d'Arc Bash in Commerce on Sept. 27. Betty comments, "The downtown area was filled with people and events, probably aided by beautiful weather!" She asking reminds us that Delta County will have their annual Chiggerfest on the weekend of Oct. 18.
Betty shared that Nancy Wynelle (Lawson) Belz had a birthday on Sept. 30. The Girls' Day Out luncheon was on Sept. 25 in Sulphur Springs. Happy belated birthday to Wynelle!
I always need and appreciate input from my friends to help keep me informed of news in our community. If you have any news pertaining to Tira residents, past or present, please contact me, Jan Vaughn, at 903-945-2190 or 903-438-6688.
Jackson Dailey, along with Dustin Lawson, took a road trip to College Station to represent the Texas A&M University-Commerce student government at the main campus meeting of all the branches. They were treated to dinner with the chancellor and dean at Texas A&M and got great seats at the football game; the Aggies won. Jackson said it was LOUD and a lot of fun.