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With so much wet weather and gardens under water in low places vegetables may be more scarce. If farmers market can’t provide folks with a supply then grocery stores will have to be the “next best” source.
A helpful hint is to always visit your garden with a hoe in hand to keep weeds under control.
The ladies prayer brunch at Lilly Ridge Saturday morning was well attended and I believe the count was around 62. About all area churches were in attendance.
Prayers are with Dean Wallace in his condition as he struggles with stomach problems.
The shrill sound of cicadas can be heard and they will be around unti mid-June to make more noise.
I heard the First Baptist Church had a good fish fry Sunday.
A belated birthday wish to Bobby Grisham on May 2 and Loretta Walker had her 80th birthday celebration Sunday afternoon at the Senior Center.
Maggie Carr and I caught up on a lot of past memories from our younger days in our phone comversation Saturday afternoon.
The resurfacting of J Hwy. South begins this Monday with new asphalt, and a new guard rail on Lick Creek Bridge this week, also as weather permits.
It was good to talk to Don Decker and to hear from him and Betty. It seems June 4th is the date of Relay For Life dinner for cancer patients in the high school library catered by Harlin House.
Bob Bryant is home from his treatment in Houston, TX. Best wishes to him and family.
Amy Galyardt called from Lovelady, Texas Sunday night as they heard we might be in the path of the tornadoes, and was concerned.
Mike King and wife visited his Mom, Stella King, over Sunday and attended church at Lilly Ridge.
More news next week. Storms are the most news as of this Monday. Prayers are offered for those in Joplin who lost loved ones and their homes.