The children and house parents at Cherokee Home for Children were treated to dinner out and a Christmas party in Fredericksburg last week.
Jeremy and Sheila Suggs spent Thanksgiving day with Doug and Cyndi Suggs. On Friday Doug and Cyndi Suggs went to Fredericksburg to visit Jeremy and Sheila and Sheila’s mother and go to Market Platz to see the Christmas Pyramid and Christmas tree lit. The pyramid is awesome.
Esther Cox has been in Abilene with her mother who has been in the hospital. She had a reaction to the chemo treatments.
Several of the children living at Cherokee Home for Children got to visit with family for the Thanksgiving holidays.
Tommy, Kaci, Talli and Tori Morrison and Danny and Janiece Duggan went camping at Lake Brownwood for the Thanksgiving holidays.
Doug and Cyndi Suggs will have their annual Christmas Open House Sunday, December 5. Everyone is invited to come by anytime from 2:00pm-4:00pm.
Michael and Michelle and Matt and Megan Murray went to Kansas for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Delton and Valerie McGuire went to Oklahome to visit family for the holiday. They also got to see their grandbaby.
Connie Lynn and Susan Perry hosted Thanksgiving Dinner at their house for Tim, Wendy, T.C., Travis, Trey Shannon and Ana Uribe. On Friday out-of-town guests were Connie Lynn’s cousin, David Raesener and his wife, Sharon of Bryan.
Dale, DiAnne and Ernest Scott spent Thanksgiving in Sweetwater at the home of Joe and Helen Oliver. There was 72 for lunch Thursday.
Dianne Scott and Kathleen and Jessica Poe made the Early Bird specials in Abilene Friday morning at 12:30 a.m.
Those having Thanksgiving Dinner with Roddy and Barbara Maddox were Ricky and Chris Maddox with David, Roddy Ray and Lindsey with Kaden and Seeley, Roman and Angela Maddox with Ross and Dean, Sally Hardin, Robert and Barbara Grimes, Reagan and Kayshia Grimes with Reese, and Steve and Ricci Jones with Rance. Jason and Crystal Mendl joined them that night to watch the football game.
Roman, Angela, Ross, Dean and Barbara traveled to Brownwood on Saturday afternoon to watch her nephew, Jesse Hill play for Lubbock Christian High School in the semifinals. Regretfully, they lost but it was a good game. They got to visit with Gary and Pat Estep and the rest of the Lubbock family.
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