Need a quick snack? Want to cut back on your grocery bill? Do the kids need something to do? If you attend Robin Jones's seminar and learn how to harvest and prepare the weeds and plants that we find in our (or our neighbor's) backyard and in the woods around us you can keep the kids busy and eat nutritious food, too!
The Chisholm Trail is a major part of the history of Texas especially the history following the Civil War. The Trail opened a major industry in Texas and was mainly responsible for pulling Texas out of the financial devastation caused by the war. This is the story of how and why the trail started and all the western lore that was created by the adventures that lay along the trail and the western cowtowns that developed as the trail herds came to town.
The butterflies are free. For the past month the children attending our story time programs have anxiously watched five caterpillars as they became chrysalides and then beautiful pink lady butterflies.
We would like to thank Bro. David Brackett for officiating the service, Dr. Barker and his staff for all the support, guidance and care they have provided, and the First Baptist Church in Randolph for the luncheon. We also wish to extend our appreciation to all family and friends that have made donations to the Lindsey Cemetery, sent cards, flowers, food and have been there to support us during our difficult time.
Please join us for the next meeting of the "Grow Your Own Food" Garden Club. This time we're going on a field trip! This Saturday, May 11 at 10:00 a.m. meet at Sweetwater Farm where we will caravan/carpool to Gil and Marilyn Alexander's House to visit their vegetable and herb garden which is all grown in (about 50) containers.