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Twins celebrate birthday

Cowan Creek


Hargis Ison of Isom, a grandfather of Julie Hatton, was photographed at the Wellness Center a few years ago.

Hargis Ison of Isom, a grandfather of Julie Hatton, was photographed at the Wellness Center a few years ago.

I guess we all got used to the warm weather. Several people here on the creek had to use their fireplaces or turn on the heat. I know I had to.

Both my grandsons, Collin and Conner Eversole of Pikeville, have been sick. Collin has bronchitis and Connor has an ear infection. Grammy prays they will get well soon.

Wondering if this weather change has anything to do with them being sick?

Happy birthday to Regina Stivers and Ramona Finchum (twins), formerly of Letcher County. It was on May 18. I worked with their momma, Linda Combs, at WARH. Such a sweet family. Brother is David Combs, retired state policeman.

Enjoyed my Sunday with my daughter Morgan El- dridge and baby Carolina. Her friend Holly Bentley of Linefork came by. We had pizza and celebrated Carolina Rayne had started crawling. She is seven months old. My princess.

Doris Banks walked up to my house to bring me some news.

Congratulations to Amanda Brown, graduate of ETSU, and a daughterin law of Randy and Eula Brown of Cowan Creek.

The late Jeanette Fields, wife of the late Clayton Fields, is pictured at a Mountain Heritage Parade in Whitesburg.

The late Jeanette Fields, wife of the late Clayton Fields, is pictured at a Mountain Heritage Parade in Whitesburg.

Also want to say congratulations to Dr. Ben Vice, son of Jeff and Debbie Ison Vice of Flemingsburg. He and his fiancĂ©e, Dr. Hazelee Owens of Alabama, are college graduates with a doctor’s degree in pharmacy.

Ben is a grandson of Thelma Grace and Glennon B. Ison of Flemingsburg. So very proud of all my family.

My son Fredrick Eversole has been employed by Bush & Burchett Bridge Contractors for almost a year now. He is a welder. So very proud of him.

My daughter Morgan Eldridge went back to work too. She works with adults with an intellectual disability. My daughter has a heart of gold and I’m very proud of her. She takes her job seriously and makes a difference in their lives.

Continue prayers for Michael Campbell as he continues his hike. You can now go to his blog and make a donation. He’s a real trooper. I thank him for his service from all of us here on Cowan Creek. He is climbing up Three Ridges Mountain, six miles up with 3000+ elevation change!

I encourage everyone to follow his journey at his blog spot, www.walkingoff- thewar.blog.spot.com.


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