Thursday, July 12, 2006
Community Center and Ladies’ Fire Auxiliary plan yard sale for October
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. Ours was very quiet, we just sat around and watched TV and read the paper.
John Sealy, a former resident and still a property owner, recently entered the Veterans Hospital in Memphis for a serious operation. I just heard the operation was a success and he is holding his own. Get well soon John. Elizabeth Ross on Snow Lake Drive had an emergency appendectomy, but she is home now and doing fine. We are thinking of you Elizabeth. Ronald West has entered the hospital again for observation. We hope he will soon be home for good. Billy Morton on Snow Lake Drive has been in the hospital, but I don’t have any details yet. If you know of anyone sick or needing help please call Sue Graves at 224-3264.
The Bluegrass Festival for 2006 is over, but not forgotten. It appears that it was a successful event and we hope everyone who attended had a great time. The music was delightful; the food was delicious, and the fireworks were wonderful. Our thanks to all the helpers in all the different fields for their hard work. We are grateful to have so many dedicated residents. Thanks again! The Boat Parade was well attended - first place winner was Jim Campbell, the second place was Laurel Becker, and third place was Jim Wilson. Congratulations to all the winners. We really appreciated all the boats in the parade. Thanks for your help.
Keep this date in mind! October 7 - the Community Center and Ladies Fire Auxiliary will have a yard sale on that date. We need all the merchandise we can get. Leave your merchandise at Joan Martinez’s house on Snow Lake Drive, or the Ashland Outlet on Hwy 4. More info. will follow.
I received this sometime ago but I am just now printing it - please read! The West Nile Virus has been reported as close as Oxford. This is a dangerous and sometimes fatal virus. Our lake water is moving, but any still water as small as a tablespoon can be a breeding ground for the mosquito that can carry this and other diseases. Please keep your boats and all other items on land or docks that can hold any amount of water, turned over. We must all do our part to help hold down the mosquito population.
Remember, guests are always welcome to come to any of our events.
Our Quote: “From Gentle Thoughts:” “Human happiness is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day. Benjamin Franklin.”
Have a good week, and hope to see you next week.
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