Thursday, June 29, 2006
Bluegrass Festival set for Saturday
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. Ours was quiet but very enjoyable.
A friend, Ed McCulley, called today to tell me of an unusual event in his family. His wife Pat’s younger brother, John Hess, rode a bicycle from Los Angeles, Ca. to Ashland. He stayed a few days and left to bicycle to Key West, Fla. Can you imagine being in such good shape that you could bicycle 70-120 miles in one day? When the weather permitted he has ridden from LA to Alaska. I told Ed when he was here again I hoped he would talk to a group of us, so that we could ask questions. Thanks for sharing, Ed.
Our sympathy and prayers to the Buford Fuller family. Buford’s younger brother, George Fuller, passed away last week. I don’t have news on the funeral. John Sealy, a former resident and still a property owner, entered the Veterans’ Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. for a serious operation. He asks that you pray for him and his family as he undergoes this operation. I will report on him as soon as I hear. If you know of anyone sick or needing help, please call Sue Graves, 224-3264.
We are getting ready for the Bluegrass Festival on July 1. Don’t forget --- professional fireworks have been purchased and are ready to fire. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the fireworks fund. If you want to contribute, please contact the Town Hall or corporation office. Regarding the festival, call me at 224-3913.
We are hoping to have several boats in the boat parade. We would like for you to decorate, but it isn’t necessary. We just want lots of boats in the parade. Watch the papers for the schedule. We are also looking for vendors -- if you or your friends need a booth, please call 224-0065 or 224-3913. There will be 12+ hours of good, clean fun!
Have a good week.
Sat., July 1, 9 a.m. - Snow Lake Bluegrass Festival.
Mon., July 3, 7 p.m. - Town meeting.
Remember, guests are always welcome to come to any of our events.
Our quote from “Gentle Thoughts.” “The weakest among us has a gift, however seemingly trivial, which is peculiar to him, and which, worthily used, will be a gift to his race forever.”
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