The Tira City Council met at the community center on Tuesday night for their regular quarterly meeting. Malcolm Joslin, Powell Vickery and Sandra Wester were sworn in for another term
on the council. The group discussed building maintenance and the Tira volunteer firefighters' participation in the upcoming Dairy Festival Parade on June 12.
Tira volunteer firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on State Highway 19 north on Friday afternoon.
The Aiguier Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting on the cemetery grounds this Sunday. The group will gather for a potluck lunch at noon, followed by the business meeting.
Mark your calendars for the Tira Homecoming, which will be held on Sunday, July 4, at the Tira Methodist Church. A covered dish lunch will be spread on the picnic tables on the grounds following the program, which begins at 11 a.m.
Robert Weir will be selling fresh produce at the corner of Highway 19 north and FM 1536 (under the pavilion) starting June 1. It will be self-service on the honor system. He will have produce as it becomes available from his gardens.
Suzan Miller and Patti Wiebold attended the high school graduation of their niece, Sara Miller, in Rio Rancho, N.M., Saturday morning. They enjoyed the graduation and visiting with the Millers, Rick, Nora, Sara and Samantha, over the weekend. A party was held for Sara at the Miller home on Memorial Day. Patti left on a flight after the party, and Suzan drove home on Tuesday.
Linda Andrasko spent several days with Sandra Wester. They enjoyed walking through the Main Street Farmer's Market Saturday afternoon and shopping at the outlets. Karyn Lawrence Horne came to visit early Sunday afternoon. Sandra, Linda and Karyn went to Paris to shop Sunday afternoon. Karyn returned to McKinney Monday afternoon and Linda went home to Henderson.
Marla Koorevaar says, "Congratulations to Sulphur Bluff ISD valedictorian Jackie Blake, salutatorian Ashley Bryant, and third ranking Travis Taylor. Your community is very proud of you. Everyone have a safe summer break. God Bless!"
Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten Round-up will be going on tomorrow, June 3, at North Hopkins School. Awards ceremonies will be held on Friday morning for elementary students. Kindergarten through third grade will start at 8:15 a.m. and fourth through sixth begins at 9:30 a.m. Junior high graduation is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, and high school graduation will be at 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
Congratulations to Tana Hall and Elizabeth Shaw, valedictorian and salutatorian on the senior class, and to Denise Calixto and Elizabeth Wilburn, valedictorian and salutatorian of the eighth grade.
Chip and I drove to Tyler on Friday evening and enjoyed a delicious meal at Mercado's Mexican Restaurant, and then we went to the Lake O' the Woods resort on Lake Palestine, where we stayed through Sunday morning. We enjoyed bicycling, swimming, and relaxing.
Tiffany, Landon, Kenden and Jaidyn Joslin attended a birthday party for Rachel Davidson, daughter of Landon and Amie (Vaughn) Davidson, at her home on Saturday afternoon. Malcolm and Morgan Joslin spent the day in Sulphur Springs selling raffle tickets in connection with the Hot August Night fire department event.
On Monday, Chip took Morgan, Kenden and Jaidyn Joslin to a fly-in at the Mount Pleasant airport. Morgan and Kenden enjoyed a flight in one of the planes. Tiffany and Landon Joslin and I shopped in Sulphur Springs for Morgan's 12th birthday, which is today, June 2. All of our grandchildren went with Chip and me to Cooper Lake later that afternoon, and then the whole family joined us for a meal that night, including homemade ice cream.
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