Elijah Green of Madison came to his mamaw’s, Deanna Green, on Thursday, January 31st, to spend the weekend. Reesea Jackson and Dollie Green along with Elijah and Deanna went to Vevay Friday and had lunch at Shell’s. Afterwards they came home and Elijah entertained them for a while.
Reesea Jackson and Dollie Green went to Indianapolis on Monday, February 4th, to the Azbells. Reesea had a doctor’s appointment downtown Tuesday afternoon. They returned home on Tuesday night after going to Alli and Sam Azbell’s basketball games. It was the first time Reesea had got to see any of their games this year, which both of their teams won.
Billie Green, Hazel Huffner, and Dollie Green went to Florence, Kentucky on Wednesday, February 6th, for a day out. They had lunch at the Olive Garden and they did some shopping.
Galen and Billie Green met at Love’s in Sanders, Kentucky on Saturday, February 9th, in the evening to celebrate Ivan’s birthday. Billie brought him a delicious banana cream pie. Happy Birthday Ivan.
There was a benefit for Jack Adkins on Saturday, February 9th. There was a great turnout and the Patriot Volunteer Fire Auxiliary wants to thank everyone who donated, helped get donations, and helped out with everything. It’s so amazing how our small community pitches in for a well loved family. Prayers and sympathy goes out to the Adkins family for the passing of Jack Adkins.
Recipe from Aunt Bea:
Baked Kale Chips
1 bunch kale
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon seasons salt
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Line a non insulated cookie sheet with parchment paper. With knife remove leaves from the thick stems and tear into bite sized pieces. Wash and dry the kale with a salad spinner. Drizzle kale with olive oil and sprinkle with seasoning salt. Bake until the edges are brown but are not burnt, 10-15 minutes.