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Brashear News for Nov. 10, 2010

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Congratulations to Kevan and Lisa Brown because they are proud new grandparents. Also congratulations to Lee Roy and Lacie Stracener on the birth of their son, Leeton Gauge. His grandparents are Randy and Cathy Stracener and Leeman Stracener, all of Brashear.

Sympathies to the White family on the death of L.D. White. We also want to send our sympathies to the Potts family on the death of Linda Potts, and I send my sympathies to the Worsham family, as well, on the death of Patsy. She was a great lady. There are a lot of good people going home lately.

It seems like Sunny and Barbara Stewart are having a run of bad luck. Their camper was hit by a fallen tree. Barbara just moved their truck in time. We are looking out for you now.

The roads are slowly getting in better shape. Thanks to our road crew in Precinct 1.

Please mark Saturday, Nov. 20, on your calendar. That’s the date the Brashear Community Center will be having a chili supper, with food served beginning at 5 p.m. Come and enjoy chili with some great people from Brashear. Bring a dessert, which will be used as door prizes. Eat with us and help a good cause. More information coming next week.

I am loving this weather and the time change.

The third season has begun for the Wildcats. Let’s beat the Jacksonville Indians Thursday night in Tyler. Got to love the playoffs!

First United Methodist Church is hosting their Annual Harvest Sale. There is a bake sale on Friday, Nov. 12, in the fellowship hall at 7:30 a.m. The harvest sale is on Saturday, Nov. 13, with dinner served at 5 p.m. Auction begins at 7 p.m. with silent auctions going on too.

Take care, and try to remember to help those in need. On Facebook, people are giving thanks day by day. Can you give thanks for something every day? Think about it. This is the time of year when we all should pause to give “thanks” for all that we have.

If you have any news about Brashear, its past, present and future residents, or you just want to talk, give me a call at 903-612-8806; e-mail me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or come by CR 1119 for a visit.

 

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