Monthly Archives: October 2014

Volleyball Sections

[Friday night, Lisa Lynn is playing at SAWA, I’m hoping for a quick 3 and out by the Cards in the 2nd round of the sections v. Monticello.  Monticello?  Have we ever played them in anything before?  They’re the “Magic,” … Continue reading

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Football Cross-Country

I have three sporting events in the queue right now, so I’ve decided to combine two of them.  The football game won’t take up a lot of space – because I was late arriving and made up for it by … Continue reading

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Choir

[To know me is to know bread is my middle name (OK, I had it changed).  The supervisor brought this home for me yesterday.  If it were dropped from the roof of a two-story building, it would flatten an SUV. … Continue reading

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A Blatant Request for Charity

Now that I have your attention . . . First, please watch the following short video.  You’ll know or recognize the people and places. It was locally produced and does a terrific job of explaining the needs of the area: … Continue reading

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Runestone Classic Volleyball Invitational

The 20th Annual . . . [Haven’t seen these guys for a while . . . like 3rd game of the year.  They’ve had a good year but probably not as good as they expected.  They were defending conference champs coming … Continue reading

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GOTV

In case you haven’t noticed, we’re in election season around here.  While I do not normally include such things (I have a blog in remission that does), the following seemed seasonal, photogenic, and . . . it was fun!  Oh, … Continue reading

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Run, Run, Run, Run, Run Away!

Another milestone!  This is the 600th blog post!  If you haven’t read them all yet, I suggest you begin immediately.  It will affect your next property tax estimate.  Anyway, I’m going to celebrate with a glass of prune juice. [One … Continue reading

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