The Project Graduation Talent Show was a great sucess last week.
Landry Poss spent the weekend visiting grandparents, Avery and Maurine Johnson Howard and Carmen Jenkel have returned from an extended stay in Illinois for birthday celebrations (Carmen and Howard’s Mom) and a remodeling project on the family farm house. They saw a Cardinal baseball game in St. Louis (Redbirds lost) while they were there.
The CIA Kids from the Baptist Church will have a Silent Auction on December 5 and December 6 at the church. The proceeds will help the children go to Centri-kid Camp next summer. Mark your calendars. It will be a great place to buy Christmas presents.
Weekend visitors with Charles and Carolyn Perry were Fawn Perry and Lexie from Waco; Robert, Kody and Kelcie Silva from Early; Kirk Perry from Newburg and Dan Garza from Brownwood.
Carol Ann Burdine is now home from the hospital after having double knee replacement surgery. She is already walking better than before the surgery.
Johnnie Webb is back from her two week vacaion to her son Mike’s home in Washington state. She had a great time but was ready to be back home.
Tiffany Suggs spent a few days with her family Doug and Cyndi Suggs.
Visiting Sue and Robert Broyles this weekend were Les, Mandy, Katherine Broyles and friend Michaela Granzin of New Braunfels. Robert and Les fired up the fish pot forAndy, Susan,Colt Broyles; Jaec, Lacy, Morgan, Rayleigh Hardman and Jaec’s sister Heather Hardman. Also attending were Jimma and Dustin Busenlehner, and Will, Sarah, Lily and Leslie Broyles of Gatesville. Joining the Broyles family dinner were Elaine and L.D. Glady of Tarpley who are in Cherokee finializing the sale of their property.
The Cowboys were at work last Saturday. Devon Everett, Travis Corsi, E.E. Forehand and Colt Broyles worked all the cattle on the Paul and Julie Grimm Ranch.
Marty and Bobby Burnett have returned from their annual trip to Las Vegas for the first weekend of the PBR Bull Riding World Finals. Robert and Lisa Burnett flew out from Illinois to join them. Also attending were Luke and Eren Burnett from San Angelo. They got to see lots of the participants and had a wonderful time.
Franklin Crain returned last week from deer hunting in New Mexico. He did not kill a deer but enjoyed seeing the country side. There was snow in Cloud Croft. He returned through Denver City and spent time with his brother Stoney and wife, Betty. Both were doing fine. Stoney said he sure did like to get the San Saba newspaper and the Cherokee news so he can keep up with all the happenings.
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