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Homemakers learn to freeze meals

Cowan


YOUNG FARMERS — Cowan Head Start students have been farming. They visited David Tyler’s greenhouse at Dry Fork, and he gave them tomato plant and marigolds to plant. As soon as the freeze warning is over, the students will plant them at the school.

YOUNG FARMERS — Cowan Head Start students have been farming. They visited David Tyler’s greenhouse at Dry Fork, and he gave them tomato plant and marigolds to plant. As soon as the freeze warning is over, the students will plant them at the school.

Happy birthday to Elizabeth Fairchild.

The Cowan Homemakers met at the community center with Jeanette Dollarhyde and Stacy Dollarhyde as hostesses. The lesson was on freezer meals. They made plans for upcoming events and, as always, had a good meal and a good time.

Donald Banks enjoyed Easter weekend at the lake with two of his daughters and the grandchildren, Candie from Tennessee with children Sam and Sarah, and Bridgett with daughters Meghan, Haley and Cierra. They all enjoyed a big Easter egg hunt.

While they were there, Donald, Pat and Randy found about 30 mushrooms. Marilyn found none, but plans to catch up with them next time.

Marilyn Banks, Tammie Banks and grandson Benji visited the Redbud Festival in Barbourville.

It was real nice with local authors and book signings, lots of crafts and several hands-on projects.

Benji was especially fascinated with spinning wool.

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