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BRASHEAR NEWS May 20, 2009

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We want to remember our men in uniform fighting for our freedom and for the veterans who have fought in the past. Memorial Day is that day for remembrance. Another beautiful week in our paradise Brashear is our beautiful country not awesome or what? The disadvantage to living out here: 1) mosquitoes and 2) snakes. They seem to be in abundance after all of this rain. Be careful out there! Also, seems like the pools are turning over, Lucy McCorkle's pool has a bunch of dead fish and a bad odor. Has anyone else had this problem?

Congratulations to our area graduates: Tyler Higginbotham, Kelsey Smith, Rebecca George, and Kevin McDonald. If there are anymore, please let me know.

Talked to Carolyn and want to congratulate her grandson, Kaleb Wallace, on his placing third at the Regional Meet. He just missed out on going to the state meet. We expect to see him next year at state. Go Kaleb! Happy Belated Birthday to Carolyn Vaughan on May 6.

Congratulations to Rebecca George on being the Valedictorian of Miller Grove High School. Her proud grandparents are Red and Patsy George.

We want to send prayers up for Marlene Sturdivant and for Amy Wallace to have a speedy recovery. These two people are going through a tough time and I can vouch how much prayers can help. I would like to ask all of my friends out there to send up some prayers for Mary Jo Young, Tom's mother, too. She is having a tough time with doctors not having an answer. Thank you.

Don't forget Brashear Homecoming is coming soon, June 6. This will be held at the Community Center and everyone is invited. There will be a meeting with pot-luck dinner afterwards. Those of you who have family buried at Brashear Cemetery may find this meeting very informative and friendly. You will be able to meet and learn how the Cemetery Association operates and how this group of people take care of your loved ones’ resting places. See you there.

As I sit here and try to remember all of the news coming from Brashear, I want all of you to think hard about helping others. If you in Brashear, need anything or maybe you just want someone to listen, please call 903.612.8806; email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or just come on by and visit on CR 1119. I am out walking again so be sure to wave when you see an old woman struggling along the road.




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