The Tira City Council meeting had to be rescheduled for June 9, due to lack of a quorum for the June 2 meeting. It will begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Tira Community Center. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend.
The Aiguier Cemetery Association will have its annual meeting and homecoming on Sunday, June 7, on the cemetery grounds. A pot-luck meal will be shared at noon, followed by visiting and a brief business meeting.
Robert and Yvonne Weir enjoyed time with their children and their families over the weekend. Dakota and Ashley visited them on Saturday and prepared lunch. Yvonne shares, “On Sunday we met Dustin, Natalie and a friend of theirs, along with Dacy and the kids in Greenville and had lunch together at Rancho Viejo. On Tuesday, Wesley had a appointment at Children's [Medical Center in Dallas], so we stopped in Greenville and played a game of laser tag on the way home.”
Chip and I accompanied Chip's mother, Grace Vaughn, to the 90-plus banquet at the Church of the Nazarene in Sulphur Springs on Saturday. We enjoyed a delicious meal and a wonderful program. Each attendee who was 90 years of age or older received a certificate of recognition. We also visited with some of the quests, including my aunt, Doris (Horn, Burkham) Moon and her daughter, Ruth Catherine Morrison, and Tira's former mayor, John Hadley. We had planned to take a road trip to see wildflowers that afternoon, but Grace took a tumble and we spent the afternoon in the emergency room. She has severe bruising and a swollen knee but, thankfully, no broken bones.
Our daughter, Tiffany, and grandchildren Morgan, Kenden and Jaidyn joined us for lunch on Sunday. That afternoon Kenden and Jaidyn stayed with us, while Morgan and Tiffany attended a house-warming for Brad and KayLee Wood, son and daughter-in-law of Debra Wood of Tira. Then, they went to a reception for Steve Hudson, in recognition of his promotion in the Civil Air Patrol.