Last week in updates from Meeker Town Hall, my name was listed as one of the properties that had been cleaned up as “O” in the list. I really do not appreciate being listed as someone who has been successfully forced to clean up, mow, etc., by the Town of Meeker.
Town Talk is staying busy, as usual, working to “spruce up” our community. We are currently working on banners for Main Street, a canopy for the playground area in Foster Park and some decorative touches to the courtyard.
Can you believe this is the last paper you will receive in July? August is upon us and once again I’m sure we are all asking ourselves, “Where does the time go?” Teachers report to school on August 10th and students who choose to return to traditional school will do so on August 13th. I know it’s going to be a tough start for everyone as teachers maneuver through new ways of teaching and students must adjust to a routine after being off schedule for an extended period.
About 20 years ago a first cousin on my dad’s side of the family provided me and our other cousins with a copy of the genealogical record of our ancestral families as he put it, “that make us what we are today.”
“If the cat can’t go, neither do I” gruffed Mr. Gene Edward Barrett to the stewardess who had just explained the oversized cat carrier for Henry, his 16- pound kitty, would not fit under the first class seat in front of him and, consequently, would not be allowed on the plane ride to California.
Another first at Prairie Pointe this week----we had a baby shower! Hate to disappoint everyone but it was NOT for one of the residents. Had it been, we would have called the Pope. The shower was for CNA/MAT Shareta (Ree) Gonzales and the baby girl she is expecting in September, Melody Lynne. The residents’ group gift was a very nice high chair.