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Seniors visit flea market

Kingscreek


Annabel Hall, the late wife of Tom Hall, is pictured at one of her birthday parties at Dairy Queen. Whitesburg correspondent Oma Hatton says, “Her family still loves and misses her.”

Annabel Hall, the late wife of Tom Hall, is pictured at one of her birthday parties at Dairy Queen. Whitesburg correspondent Oma Hatton says, “Her family still loves and misses her.”

Hello again. It has been a very busy week for us again.

Tuesday, we had our potluck dinner. As always the ladies brought lots of good food.

Luther and his crew from the jail were there painting our porch. Those young men are always a pleasure to meet. We are all praying they will get their lives straightened out. Luther, thank you and your boys for a job well done.

Wednesday, we went to Virginia to the flea market. None of us bought much there, but we went on to Wise. We made a stop at the Dollar Tree, Belk’s and the Goodwill Store. On this trip were Barb Eldridge, our driver; Joni Fields and her helper; Faye Herron; Judy Eldridge; Sue Williams; Harold Day and myself.Lunch was at Kentucky Fried Chicken’s buffet. The food was tasty.

The Cowan Community Center had a harvest dinner with the members of the Grow Appalachia Program. There was a good turnout. We were asked to do our play again, which we were glad to do. Some of the people from Kingscreek Center were there to see it. Cathy Ingram, Judy Eldridge, Greg Eldridge and Torrence Holbrook came. It’s nice to have a cheering section.

My son, Broy Dollarhyde stopped by too. He had a whole group with him. He brought his friend Mary Brown, Sierra Dollarhyde, Greg Dollarhyde and his wife, Brittan Dollarhyde.

I want to send a special thank you to Judy Fields for coming by. She is a very special woman and friend.

Nancy Tolle was also there. We are so happy to have her back home again. I can hardly wait for her to get settled to we can get reacquainted. She’s a great cousin.

Nell Fields was honored at our dinner. She does a lot of work for the Cowan Center. It was an honor that was well deserved.

There is so much bad going on in the world, so try to do something good. Even a small thing can make a difference.

Until next week, keep smiling.

P.S. Thank you, Christine, for the happy birthday wishes.


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