Ana Uribe is displaying her photography at the Fuel Coffee House in Llano. Her work will be there until the middle of October and will be available for purchase.
Jane Randolph is spending the month in Plano with David and Sabra Roberts. Jane is having physical therapy. Her address is 3112 Vermillion Drive Plano, Texas 75093-1900. You also can e-mail her at email@example.com
Becky Cockrum wanted me to remind everyone that Cherokee has a website it is:
Visiting with Robert and Sue Broyles recently were Will and Sarah Broyles of Gatesville and their three month old twins, Lily and Leslie.
Saturday Robert and Sue Broyles attended the Comal County Fair where they watched granddaughter Katherine win 3 blue and 1 red ribbon with her steers in the Jr. Steer Show. Katherine is the 13 year old daughter of Les and Mandy Broyles of New Braunfels.
Skye Broyles is one of the four members of the Sales Ag Team that carry the State Title. The team and their Ag teacher along with their parents will travel to Indianapolis October 20-23rd where they will compete for the
National Title. Skye is the granddaughter of Swanie & Deloris Swanson and Robert & Sue Broyles. Good luck Skye!!
Jay and Vicky Parr have been spending a lot of time in Kingsland doing some remodeling/painting on their lake house.
Gertrude Leher had a pace maker put in last week.
Cherokee Home for Children had their annual auction last Saturday. A special thanks to all who came out and supported the children.
Matt and Megan Murray spent a week with their grandparents (Michelle’s parents) in San Antonio. Matt says he had a good time. Megan just smiles and laughs so that sounds like she had a good time too.
The ladies at the Cherokee Church of Christ had their monthly Ladies Night Out last week.
Open House was held at the Cherokee School last week.
Corbie and Vickie Davis and Boys spent the weekend at Liberty Hill. They were celebrating Corbies’ birthday. You need to ask him how old he is.
David Maddox, son of Ricky and Chris Maddox had an appendectomy on Sunday at Scott and White. He was able to come home that afternoon.
Ellen Lethco had company over the weekend. Her nephew, Johnny Moore and wife, Donna of Bloomington, New Mexico came to visit. Friday was Ellen and Johnny’s shared birthday. Her daughter, Nancy Hayter came in from Fort Stockton on Saturday for a while. They celebrated with homemade ice cream and
birthday cake made from Ellen’s mother’s special recipes. There was lots of visiting to do since they hadn’t seen each other for over 5 years.
The following was submitted by Devon Everett:
The big tackle team showed up this week! We entered the game with a mad on and the breaks did not go our way. We lost a major battle 20-6 to Brookesmith. Uriel broke loose on a 75 yard run and scored but it was called back on a penalty. Our defense held them because of big hits by Kellen, JD and Carter, Michael and Ethan. Lexi made a big block on a kickoff return and sprung Uriel and when he was fixing to get tackled he pitched the ball to Kellen and he made a 50 yard run for a td.
Over all we are out numbered and out gunned each week playing against 6th graders, but we learn something each week and get better. I am real proud of these kids.
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