The Tira City Council met on Tuesday, March 6th, at the Tira Community Center to conduct routine business. The next quarterly meeting will be on Tuesday, June 5th.
Daylee Fite is a member of the MisFitz softball team. Sherry Smiddy reports, “The team will be having a Hot Dog Plate and Bake Sale on March 24th from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This will include hot dog, chips and a drink. There will be many baked goods, too. This will be to raise money towards the team. Come see and eat with the team that day and donate for a good cause.”
Sherry Smiddy and Powell Vickery were surprised with a cruise to Cozumel and Progresso for their 20th anniversary. Those attending were, Tara and Mike Owens, David and Deanna Vickery, Bobby and Carley Vickery, Jana Johnson and Mike Mitchell, Todd and Christy Johnson, Anna Hines, Shelley and Justin Adair, Chris and Jenna Vickery, Vicky and Jack Trentham, Sheila Jenkins and Tommy Tew. Sherry comments, “The weather was perfect and so much fun was had by all. The scenery and food were amazing.” She reported that the private venue for their anniversary was “absolutely beautiful.” Also, Sheila Jenkins and Tommy Tew got engaged the same night. Sherry said, “It was a trip of a lifetime and that ship will never be the same.”
Yvonne Weir reported that Destri, Eben, Nico, Mena, and Emmy visited them weekend before last. She said, “The kids had a blast playing in the mud.” Also, Dustin visited them and on Sunday Dacy’s family, Destri’s family, Dustin, Natalie, Maria, and Robert, Yvonne, and Wesley went to the Dallas Zoo. Yvonne adds, “It was fun, but exhausting.”
Jaidyn Joslin played in her last Little Dribblers game of the season at North Hopkins on Saturday. Chip and I, along with her parents, Malcolm Joslin and Tiffany Vaughn, were there to cheer her on. Jaidyn’s nephews, Rylan, Brailon, and Slaiden spent the afternoon with her and her mom, Tiffany, and they enjoyed getting to play outside. Later that evening, Chip, Tiffany, Jaidyn, and I went to the Fish Fry in Paris, and then did a little shopping after the delicious meal.
Chip and I ran into Robert Aiguier and his brother, Bill, at Juan Pablo’s a couple of weeks ago. They are descendents of the family that the Aiguier Cemetery is named for. Robert shared that they had a nice afternoon “out in North Hopkins after lunch that day, just enjoying the dry weather for a change!”
I agree that it’s been nice to see some sunshine the past few days and to see the beauty of the flowering trees!
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