Cherokee Volunteer Fire Department would like to remind all residents that even with some of the recent showers and the burn ban being lifted, the grass will still burn. Please check the weather, humidity and wind speed prior to burning. Cherokee VFD ask that you call the San Saba Sheriff’s Office and let them know that you are going to burn. This saves time of the department going out on false calls. This is for everyone’s safety and time.
There’s a new business in Cherokee called Circle Back Farms, located on FM 501 about three blocks west of Hwy 16. They grow fresh vegetables and have a Country Store where they sell those vegetables plus home decor, antiques, Texas souvenirs, books, gifts, etc. They have an email list to notify interested people when vegetables are ready. They have good gift ideas without having to travel a long distance.
There was a ladies night out at the church of Christ annex 4/17/08. The ladies went on a picnic and had a great time.
A group from the Copperas Cove Church of Christ came to the Cherokee Home for Children 4/19/08 and had a fish fry for the children and staff. They played games, flew kites and had great fellowship. The food was delicious. This group has been coming for many years.
Doug and Cyndi Suggs went to LaPort, Texas to see Sydnie Suggs take part in the Sylvan Beach Miss Teen Pageant.
Jack and Tammy Brawn have been in Flagstaff, Arizona with his children.
Evon and Caroline were in a wreck last Sunday.
There will be a fish fry for the community at the Cherokee Fire Department Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. Please bring a salad, vegetable or dessert.
Everyone is invited.
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