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Brashear News for July 7, 2010

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Is this really July? The weather makes me think of spring with the rain coming and coming.

Just checking on wild hog sightings, Tom saw about 30 this morning around 6:30 in Mike Moore’s pasture across from his house. In talking around, I know they are bad but we are yet to have any damage yet.

Our sympathies to the Dickens family on the death of Kyle Dickens. It is always sad to lose someone but when they are so young it is very hard. May the prayers and our Lord help you through this time.

Garden news: Tom just picked our first good cantaloupe. Hope it is a sweet one. We have been getting a few unusual melons but they are not sweet. I have heard around that this is a good year for tomatoes, and peas. Well consider yourself lucky because we haven’t done very well with those two crops.

I am going to put on my grandmother hat for a moment. I just heard that my granddaughter, Rorie Young, was on the radio. She is in the summer production of the Community Theatre, Princess and the Pee. She is having a great time in their summer workshop for children.

Happy Birthday to Linda Sanders, 7/7; Ronnie Kinsworthy, 7/9; Audrea Darling and Barbara Stewart, 7/10; Loyd Chapin, 7/12; Trevor Yosten, 7/13; Matthew Yosten, 7/13; and a special 82nd birthday to my mother-in-law, Jo Young. She has had a rough year and we are truly blessed to be celebrating her birthday with her this year.

I would like to hand out kudos to the Northeast Texas Symphony for a great but hurried program on Saturday, July 3, also to Meredith Caddell. It took a lot to say it is a go with the weather the way it was. Enjoyed the feeling of community when we are all on the square. Thanks again for a great program.

The Christian Alliance program at Buford Park on Sunday, July 4, was a great event too. Wished more of your community had showed up the Branded Band was great. Thank you for the food too.

Don’t forget the Senior Dance on Friday, July 9, at 7-9:30 p.m. The band performing will be Gale Hague and “The Lone Star Express.” There is a $4 cover charge, and we encourage you to bring a covered dish for pot luck supper. Come and join the fun at the Senior Citizen Center on Martin Luther King Drive.

Don’t forget to watch for news on the Mrs. Senior Hopkins County. This event looks like fun and I know several of the contestants. We should see a lot of good talent. Go seniors!

Well the clouds have rolled in again and I have run out of news. So, would love to hear from you. Remember to call 903-612-8806; email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; or just drop on by CR 1119.

 

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