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TIRA NEWS April 11, 2009

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We want to express our sympathy to the family of W.S. (Pete) Long. He passed away early Monday morning. His funeral service is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Friday at West Oaks Funeral Home, and the visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Pete was a longtime educator and served as superintendent of North Hopkins ISD for 35 years

Tira and Sulphur Bluff Methodist Churches will have a combined Maundy Thursday Service on Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. at the Tira Methodist Church. The congregations would like to let everyone know that they are welcome to attend.

Wesley Weir, son of Robert and Yvonne Weir, participated in Special Olympics on April 1. Yvonne says, “On Saturday we went to a day camp near Commerce.” Dacy, Mike, and Elise Campbell visited them on Saturday evening, and on Wednesday Helen Weir, Alice Hall and Yvonne went to Dallas for a brief shopping trip at Garden Ridge.

Natalie Kuffner and her mom, Deborah, along with Dustin Weir, visited Robert and Yvonne on Tuesday, March 24. An engagement party was held for Dustin and Natalie at Destri and Ryan Main’s house in Little Elm on Wednesday, March 25. Attending from this area were Helen Weir, Alice Hall, and Robert and Yvonne Weir. The theme was the Eiffel Tower, as that was where Dustin proposed last May. Yvonne says, “We had a good time, but got home very late!”

Kiegan and Acie Shehan spent the weekend with the Weirs.

Dee and Kadee Melton and Dean and Margaret Eudy traveled to Lubbock on Saturday to attend the Texas Tech Animal and Food Sciences Honors Banquet with Micah Walker. Micah and the other members of the National Championship Livestock Judging Team were recognized at the banquet, and each received a personalized belt buckle and a flag that was flown over the Capitol in their honor.

Tyler, Trever and Trey Petty from Cedar Park and Mitchell and Macy Green from Cooper spent the weekend with their grandparents Rick and Judy Petty.

Robert and Laura Jones celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary two weeks ago in Mesquite at the Fairfield Inn. One day they visited the Dallas World Aquarium, where they had not been in years. It had been remodeled and expanded. Laura says, “It was even more enjoyable and had lots more to see.” They spent the evenings just relaxing, and they swam some each day and enjoyed the hot tub and pool each night. They report having an enjoyable time.

Laura went to the Mardi Gras Relay For Life cook-off dinner on February 20 and spoke as a cancer survivor. After the dinner she was asked to be the team captain of the first survivor/caregiver Relay team. If anyone is interested in being on Laura’s team, please e-mail her at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . On March 26, Laura was honored to be the guest speaker at the Relay for Life team captains meeting.

Chip and I rode our tandem bicycle 30 miles in the Tour Dallas ride on Saturday. Our friends, Curtis Wright and Kathy Bell, also rode their bicycles with us on the route, which took us through the historic Swiss Avenue district, Turtle Creek, and around White Rock Lake, among other areas. We enjoyed seeing all the beautiful homes and yards. After the ride we enjoyed an early lunch at the Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Dallas.

If you have any news pertaining to Tira residents past or present, please contact Jan Vaughn at 903-945-2190 or 903-438-6688 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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