Thursday, July 25, 2013
Too much pre-game
After that much-needed rain Monday morning, it felt like fall football weather in the afternoon.
Just this week I started looking over the area high school schedules and even did my first pre-season interview.
Close to Nowhere
Monday morning on my way to work, Hoppy, the escape-crazy mustang, was out again. He was standing just barely on the wrong side of the fence, grazing peacefully alongside Dude and Andre, who had the good sense to remain on the right side of the fence.
I walked across the driveway to daughter Dana’s house and up the very gentle incline and walkway to her door. Granddaughter Remy needed to know her horse was out “again!”
Letter to the Editor
If you are related to the descendants buried in the historical cemetery at Lebanon, south of Holly Springs, in the Hills, south of Wall Doxey State Park, we urge you to join the Faraway Cherokee Association, or if you are Cherokee and can prove your lineage through ancestor descent, we urge you to join.
This calling is for strength, unity, representation and more. The Faraway Cherokee is a state license dorganization in the state of Tennessee, 501 (C3)(C9)
To receive an application by mail, send your request to: The Faraway Cherokee, P.O. Box 280121 Memphis, Tenn. 38168, or call 901-458-0657 to make a request by phone from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays.
Fred A. Jones
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