Hey Gang, hope your week has been a good one; mine is, at last, on the upswing...and it is all Mary's fault; she threatened me. I have been sick all week long and she told me that if I was not better by Monday morning, she was taking me to the doctor, whether I wanted to go or not - she knows how I hate going to a doctor. It scared me 'better'.
I hope everyone had a great weekend and you are enjoying this wonderful weather. On Saturday, June 9th, five members and their spouses of the Patriot High School Class of 1957 met at Cracker Barrel in Shelbyville.
Tracy and Tammy Gray had a birthday party for their son Treyton's 10th birthday.
Rick Van Norstran was admitted to Dearborn County Hospital Sunday afternoon with a serious infection. He took his second treatment of chemotherapy Friday and when he left they told him they might not have any to give him for his next round.
Carol and I visited Paul and Doris Chase. Paul and Doris have been our friends for many years and we have a great time visiting with them. Paul is doing fairly well at this writing.
Hello friends, can you believe we are already in the sixth month of 2012, half way through the year; I told you time was flying by on a jet engine.
Ruth Lohide recently returned from a vacation in Arizona with her son Steve and family. While there it was very hot but climbed to 113 degrees after she left. Quite a change from the rain and 50+ degrees when returning to Indiana.
The American Cancer Society Relay will be Friday evening at Ogle Park. Hope to see you there.
Saturday, May 26th, the Patriot Alumni Association had it's annual dinner and meeting with 130 members and guests in attendance. The Guy Harris Scholarship was presented to Leann Lozier, granddaughter of Estal Lozier, class of 1951.
Hope you folks have a lot of time to read for I have a lot of news to catch up on.