Mark you calendars for October 18th and join us in Cherokee for our first Super Saturday Arts and Crafts Fair. There will be plenty going on for you to come spend the day. The vendors, 25 to 30 artsians, will be set up and ready for your shopping pleasure by 10 a.m.
Arrive at 10:00 a.m. and stay as long as you like or until 4:00 p.m. Two instructional sessions will begin at 10:00 and 12:30 p.m. Class size is limited, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how to make some unique Christmas gifts.
You can view Mrs. Poehlmann's work at www.PhyllisPCreations.etsy.com.
At noon you will have your choice of Sue’s special sandwiches and salads, or pizza and Blue Bell ice cream, a real camp fire meal, fried catfish plate, or home made tamales.
For a free vendor space, to sign up for the beading class or other information please contact Sue Broyles at 325-622-4242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of Doug and Cyndi Suggs evacuees have left except two cats. Tiffany’s house is unlivable so the cats had to stay in Cherokee. She still does not have electricity and it will be awhile before her house will be rebuilt.
Monica and Samuel still do not have electricity but had to go to work anyway. Sydnie and Payton went back last Saturday. They had power and went home to help with the clean up. Ali Hager went home to remove her clothes, etc. from her house so it could be gutted and rebuilt.
Robert LeBeau went home. He had no electricity but since everyone else went back he went too!
Kevin Jones, family and friends had to go back to the Houston area also. They do not have electricity either.
Lupe and Jose Trinidad had family (evacuees) staying with them. Terry Vaughn is in Amarillo helping his brother out with his exterminating buisness. Genie and children are visiting grandma and grandpa.
Patrick, April and Ty Windham went back to west Texas. Patrick is feeling much better. Larry and Paula are taking a few days off.
Jacquelyn Odom has a new cast. It is actually a removable splint. Her arm is healing nicely.
Ryan, Lacy and Payton Duggan are were in town visiting the Duggans and Morrisons.
Valerie and Delton McGuire were in Luffkin visiting his mom and dad and then went to Abilene for the Abilene Christian University Lectureship.
Terry Vaughn’s father had a heart attack . He is in the Hendricks Hospital in Abilene in serious condition. Please pray for this family.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at Howell Doran Funeral Home for Bill Sellman. Bill was laid to rest at the Rochelle Cemetery. We extend our sympathy to his family.
Franklin and Sandra Crain are in California of a vacation.
Nettie Jean Randolph was in Houston last week on business.
On Sunday the ladies of the Baptist Church cooked lunch for the evacuees in San Saba staying at the San Saba Nursing Home.
Monday a trailer load of food was delivered by the men of the Baptist Church for evacuees staying in the Brownwood area.
A retirement party was held Sunday afternoon in Llano Park for Joey Gordon. A large group of Cherokee friends were involved in the party. We all wish Joey the best!
San Saba County is now under a burn ban.
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Please pray for our country!