The quarterly Tira City Council meeting will be held at the Community Center on Tuesday, March 5, at 6 p.m. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend.
Patti and Tommy Wiebold and Sandra Wester went to Mesquite on Saturday to attend the grand opening of All Out Softball, owned by Cassie Miller Clayton and her husband, Matt. They enjoyed all the festivities and visiting with everyone.
Kathy Glosup and I drove to San Antonio last Tuesday afternoon for the Texas Association of School Business Officials conference. We attended training sessions on Wednesday and Thursday. On the way home, on Thursday evening, we had dinner with Delayne Vaughn at the Olive Garden in Waco.
The pre-kindergarten classes at North Hopkins presented a Western-themed program on Tuesday night. Following the program, the North Hopkins Parent Teacher Organization hosted a delicious chicken spaghetti and pizza supper. Lisa Sprague, PTO president, told the group that they are still enrolling members and encouraged parents and grandparents to join and help promote school spirit and support the students. She also reminded the group that the book fair is going on this week. Danna Lewis led the group in singing the school song.
Chip had a birthday on Friday, Feb. 22, but his celebration began on Thursday, when he had a decorated cookie with the Sulphur Springs Middle School Destination Imagination team that he helps with, followed by dinner at San Remo with his friend, Johnny Wells. I made him a cake on his birthday and Kenden, Jaidyn and Rylan Joslin spent the night with us. Landon and Laiken helped prepare a special meal for Chip on Saturday night, and then he celebrated with another birthday meal with his family on Sunday.
I guess it was a quiet week in Tira. I hope to have more to report next time.
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