The North Hopkins High School volleyball teams will play at home on Friday beginning at 4 p.m. against Avery, and the junior high team is scheduled to host Sulphur Bluff at 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 20.
Daylee Fite had her 4th birthday party on Saturday. Those attending were Addey and Lesley Owens; Judy and Randy Roberts; Jenna, Chris, Ally, Braden and Emma Vickery; Debbie and Bobby Harris; Suzan Miller; Sandra Wester; Sara Weir and Arianna, Chris, Leda, Mikyla and Henley Owens; Mike Owens; Tara Petty; Chanse Fite; Brandi Day; Kathy Day; Aysha Day; Cody Fite; Powell Vickery; and Sherry Smiddy. All the kids had fun swimming, jumping in the castle bounce house, swinging, and jumping on the trampoline. Daylee received lots of fun toys and clothes and had a huge unicorn cake and two piñatas.
Mick and Linda Petty took their granddaughter, Reagan Humphrey, out to eat at AJ's Fish House Sunday for her 17th birthday. Those attending were her mother, Shelly, brother, Hesston, and great-grandmother, Fay Burns. Her actual birthday is Sept.15. Everyone had a good time and plenty to eat.
Tiffany, Landon, Morgan and Jaidyn Joslin and I attended the Fall Festival Parade in Sulphur Springs on Saturday morning. The Tira Volunteer Fire Department participated in the event. North Hopkins has two students competing in the Cover Girl Contest, Raven Potts and Kelley Rumsey.
It was brought to my attention (by a third party) that someone was offended that the death of their mother was not mentioned in my column, but I don't know who made the comment or who the mother was. I want to express my apologies to the family that was offended. I would never leave anything out intentionally, but can only report what I know. My contact information is always listed at the end of the column, and I always need and appreciate all who try to help me get the Tira News out to the readers.
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