I f you were bored this past weekend, it wasn’t for the lack of events to enjoy. What with the various happenings in Charlotte, Pleasanton and Jourdanton – Santa was one busy man! The weather was mild (almost on the warm side) and folks came out to the weekend happenings. See the list of winners and photos of the bike, pet parade and lighted Posse parade winners.
Katie Schuchman and the members of the Jourdanton United Methodist Church have been planning for their salad luncheon and bazaar for a while. It will be held at the Jourdanton Community Center from 11- 1:30. See the story on this page for more info!
Don’t miss out visiting the Christmas Village. Performances are Friday-Sunday, December 9-11. Tours begin at 6 p.m.
I went out to the Strawberry Festival grounds last week to take a few photos and forgot what a production this is. It takes many hours and lots of volunteers to pull this off year after year.
If you have never seen this, make some time to go this year. Not only does it show the manger scene after Jesus was born, it follows him through his life. It is much more than the “8 pound, 6 ounce Baby Jesus” (thank you Ricky Bobby).
Visit our website
Color them busy. Our Associate Publisher Noel Wilkerson Holmes and our webmaster Jessica Machado have been toiling away to make our website fun, hip and engaging.
There are lots of ways to get involved … especially during the Christmas holidays. You can submit your favorite Christmas photo.
For lots of information on how to….please see page 14C!
Don’t forget to to submit a Christmas Story. That deadline is Friday, December 16.
70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
The bombing of Pearl Harbor began the Pacific Theatre of World War II 70 years ago today. At the urging of my beau, we visited the renactment of one of the wars at the Admiral Nimitz Museum in Fredericksburg last month on Veterans Day.
Both of our fathers served there. Mark’s was a gunner and my dad was in the Army.
Looking at the young men in the group – many of them volunteers from the neighboring ROTC groups I couldn’t help but think that many of our soldiers were around the same age….18- 20 year olds. Such babies…
SUE BROWN is the Editor of the Pleasanton Express. Contact her at 830-281-2341 or firstname.lastname@example.org