Doug and Cyndi Suggs and Jeremy spent last week-end in LaPort and the Houston area visiting children and grandchildren. They spent time helping Tiffany clean up her yard and pack some of her belongings. They also helped Sydnie, their granddaughter celebrate her 18th birthday.
The Cherokee Home for Children staff and children went to Glen Rose to the play “The Promise” last Saturday night. They all had a good time. They ate out at Chachis Mexican restaurant before the play.
Don and Carol Ann Burdine had friends from Washington State visiting them over the week-end.
Rick and Debbie Duggar has had their granddaughter visiting them.
Nettie Jean Randolph and family were in Fort Worth and Dallas last weekend. They attended the Texas-OU game.
We extend our sympathy to Mary Low and Melody Ball at the passing of their mother, Wilma Johnson. Wilma was a wonderful lady and will be missed by family and friends.
Don’t forget this Saturday, October 18th is the big Arts and Crafts Fair in Cherokee. The town is dressed up and ready for you to come and spend the day. Almost 50 vendors will be set up by 10 a.m. for your shopping and eating pleasure.
Everything is within walking distance for your convenience. Each booth will have a map listing all the vendors along with the location. Parking and restroom information will be posted in each area.
Don’t forget to enter Pumpkin Carving Contest located at Blue Skies Mercantile.
It isn’t too late to sign up as a vendor. Please call or email Sue Broyles at email@example.com or call 325-622-4242 and leave message or just show up. We will find a space for you. Remember there is no charge to set up.