Here we are, the last week in January. I hope each of you have had a great three weeks in our new year.Happy birthday to the following people: G.W. Duckworth on Jan. 25, Trudie (Dickens) Mayers and Johnny Darrow on Jan. 26, and Dalton Darrow on Jan. 30. G.W. was a teacher and coach at Miller Grove school for several years, not to mention that he was raised in the Greenview and Miller Grove areas. He now lives in Sulphur Springs. Trudie Mayers used to live in Center Point, but now lives in Sulphur Springs. Johnny Darrow is my uncle and Dalton is his grandson. Dalton will celebrate his big 8th birthday on Friday!
Mrs. Darlene Flecker asked me to relay the message that she is making a scrapbook for the Miller Grove Volunteer Fire Department, and she was wondering if anyone has a picture of the old fire department that she could borrow and copy. If anyone has a picture, please let her know. Also, Mrs. Flecker is going to have a knee surgery Thursday afternoon. It is supposed to just be a day surgery, but remember to keep her in mind.
Just a reminder that Friday will be our Homecoming at Miller Grove School. Everyone is welcome to attend. Remember, if you are over 65, you get free admission to the ball games. This year’s Homecoming Court nominees are Dianne Sparks, Rebecca George, Casey Millard, Mari DelCastillo, Shaye-Lynn Emerick, Chris Hornberger, Jacob Haygood, Kevin McDonald, Jordan Lennon and Philip Caudle. All are seniors except for Shaye-Lynn. Good luck to each of the nominees!
Lori (Combs) Northcutt has also been planning a small reunion Friday night. Previous schoolmates will reminisce in the high school library from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
One correction from last week’s article is that Junior Potts wasn’t moved to Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. He was moved to St. Paul Hospital. At the end of last week, doctors amputated his leg that he was having so much trouble with. Please keep Junior and his family in your prayers in the coming weeks.
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