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Red Hat Mountain Mamas enjoy luncheon, dressing up

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Does anyone know where Blanche Collins or Carl Pigman live? Ann Thomas is helping find her classmates for their reunion. It’s for their 50th class reunion. You can reach Ann at 633-8367.

Jimmy Adams of Daniels Branch, got a good report from a doctor in Lexington. Jimmy is a special person to all our family and thank God for the good report.

The Red Hat Mountain Mamas met at Summit City Cafe for a wonderful luncheon. We have so much fun dressing up in our red and purple.

Visiting with Clester and me were his cousn, Lonzie Isaac, and his wife, Avonelle, from Topmost. They had been visiting cemeteries in Letcher County all day. Avonelle shared a picture of the old Mill Creek School back in the 1940s. I love pictures!

Bruce and Linda Sturgill have been enjoying their visits to Pigeon Forge. Jade is such a joy to them.

Does anyone know anything about Alex Boler who is buried in the Thornton Cemetery. He was an herb doctor.

Happy birthday to Ann Brad- ley June 19, Haley Adams, Madison Hall June 26, Justin Sturgill June 30, Max Baker June 29, Mary Gilliam June 19, Hubert Hall Jr. June 10, Samantha Cornett June 23, and Eddie Meade June 25.

The Letcher County Historical Society celebrated its 18th year at Pizza Hut last week. We now have 980 membership numbers. Not all of them are active, but we do have over 200 that pay dues annually. We publish a newsletter twice a year. We publish marriages, cemeteries, census reports, and other books. You don’t know how important these records are until you need them.

We are so thankful that June Sergent is home from the hospital. We missed her at the center. Stay well, Miss June, we love you.

We enjoyed the singing by Betty and Ed Bentley so much. They are as good as Johnny and June Cash. You know Ed and Opal used to swing on the same grapevine. Opal got Ed to dance by insisting it was in the name of our Lord and in good taste.


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