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Brashear News June 3, 2009

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Hello to everyone out there. I have just got back from Crystal Beach and I am a little slow getting back to the real world. The beach is so relaxing. I know that I could not live down there full time because I would not get anything done. I’d just sit and watch the waves roll in. The reason I bring this up is because of the spirit of those people to start over. I think it is an example we all could follow. In the hard economic times we are going through, we have to relearn how to do some things we have given up. We as a community have to pull together to help out. I notice several gardens around town where there were none. Two friends from church, Mona Giles and Billie Couthran, have joined together to have a garden. I truly think they have had fun growing their own food. I know Lou Cherry told me last week that she had even found a small space to have a garden. She is enjoying the proceeds too. So let’s all remember that we can recover from this if we work hard and help out others when we can.

Well off my soapbox for now. I want to wish Happy Birthday to some people. Bill Bessonett on June 1, Roger Mabry on June 3, Jeremy Smith on June 8, and a belated birthday wish to Marlene Sturdevant on the June 1st. Sorry Marlene, I am trying to do better.

We want to thank the County Commissioner and crew for mowing our shoulders along our road. They look great. We appreciate all you can do.

I have run down on Brashear news but would like everyone to remember a special family in their prayers, Julie and Ben McNally. They had a son born last week with a lot of problems and we want to make sure they are blanked with prayers for the baby and Ben and Julie. We want to surround them with prayers to help them stay strong during this difficult time.

Don’t forget Brashear Homecoming this weekend June 6 at the Community Center. Thank all of you for your interest and input on my column and I want the calls, and emails to keep up. Still researching about Brashear be used as a film site. So remember 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. Remember this is a new email too. Until next week, may our Lord bless and keep you and yours safe.




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