2014-03-27 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay McGarvey

Birthday wishes to Bobbie and Donnie Keefer,

March 28;

Jessica Grosh,

April 2; Dorothy Hoffman, March 30; Nancy Shafer, March 31; Sonny Stevens, April 2; Jamie Strait, March 31; Norma Deshong, April 3; Brittany Ott, March 29; Denise Chestnut and Sam Sain, April 1; Chelsea Chestnut, April 3; Kitty Hann, April 2; Betty Hollenshead, April 2; Anita Shives, April 28; Lee Glazier, April 29; and Alan Gress, March 28.

Randy and Kim Waters will observe their sixth wedding anniversary on March 29.

Hannalore “Honey” Hann came to the United States from her home country of Germany in 1964 on the first day of spring, March 20. Snow was on the ground when she landed.

Sympathy goes to the family of LaRhue Cunning- ham who passed away last week.

For the third year in a row Southern Fulton’s Macey Hollenshead was named Public Opinion’s girls basketball player of the year.

Public Opinion girls basketball all-stars were first team: Bronwyne Mellott, Mc- Connellsburg; and Ashley Roman and Olivia Mottern, Southern Fulton. Named to the second team were Braylin Hohman, Forbes Road; and Sam Roberts, McConnellsburg. Honorable mention went to Sarrah Pollock and Brittany Parsons, both of McConnellsburg.

Public Opinion boys basketball all-stars were first team: Jordan Clingerman, Southern Fulton; Tristan Gelvin, Forbes Road; and Connor Litton, Southern Fulton; second team: Dylan Gordon, Southern Fulton; Chase Novak, Mc- Connellsburg; and Chase Shaw of Forbes Road. Honorable mention went to Brady Golden, Southern Fulton; Macklin Hawkins and Brock Broadwater, both of Forbes Road; and Tyrelle White, McConnellsburg.

North End Garden Club met Tuesday in Fulton County Library community room.

A ladies afternoon tea was held Saturday at Grace Bible Methodist Church in Hustontown.

Quotable Quotes: “Surviving is important, but thriving is elegant.

Country Shortcuts: Keep brown sugar by putting a few marshmallows into the bag before closing it. The marshmallows will add enough moisture to keep the sugar soft.

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