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MILLER GROVE NEWS March 25, 2009

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Spring is officially here, folks. I’ve waited all winter for everything to start greening up and come to life. I guess the only bad thing is that we’ll all start having to mow our yards again!

I have a few community birthdays to mention this week. Happy birthday to Ann (Kernes) Moseley on March 22; Sheena (Petty) McCraw on March 23; Clinton Lennon on March 24; and Jackie Burns and the twins, Kim (Miller) Dodd and Kay (Miller) Blanton on March 26.

I saw several folks that I knew Sunday at Y’all Come Back Café in Emory. June Garmon and Marsha (Garmon) Potts, H.C. and Mary Lou Akins, and Jo Ann and Alex Craze were a few of the Miller Grove people I noticed scattered across the restaurant when we walked in. Then I happened to see Pat and David Garrett as they were leaving. Truman, Wanda and Kent Renshaw were also eating at a table across from us.

Just a reminder for anyone interested in the Miller Grove Cemetery to come by the first Saturday in April to help at our work day. The actual date will be April 4. Just a few things that need to be done are painting the archway, cleaning off the fence rows, and leveling some monuments. If you have any questions, feel free to contact myself, Johnny Burns or Jim Burns. With an luck, the weather will be nice and we will be able to get a lot accomplished.

On Saturday night, the Miller Grove United Methodist Church had a supper and game night. I heard that they had a pretty good turnout and everyone had a great time.

A few people have been in the hospital this week. My Aunt Gail Darrow, Justin and Jeremy’s mother, was carried to a Dallas hospital Saturday. They thought she was having a heart attack, but I haven’t heard anything since then. Also, Donna Poteet has been to M.D. Anderson Hospital. I don’t really know the extent of Gail or Donna’s problems, but please keep them in your thoughts.

If you aren’t doing anything Friday afternoon, come on up to the baseball field and watch the boys play Wolfe City at 4:30 p.m. If you miss Friday’s game, the next time they will play at home will be April 7.

Kim Irby returned home Monday from a trip to Arizona to see her son, daughter-in-law, and little grandson. Her grandson, Chase, looks just like his grandpa Harold Irby. She said she had a really nice visit with them over spring break.

That’s about all of the news I have for this week. Let me know of any goings-on in the community. My email address is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .




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