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East End Events

Sharon Scott - Community Columnist

By Sharon Scott

Plainview school held their annual Knowledge Bowl on Friday.

Congratulations to the Eads A team on taking first place and the Plainview A team taking second place.  Team members for Plainview are: 

Lydia Splitter, Grant Specht and Benje Davis.  Ruth Fees is their coach.

Susan Greenfield's dad, Norman and her sister Sami and husband John spent the weekend with her.  They went to the volleyball and football games on Friday evening between Eads and Kit Carson.  On Saturday, they attended the Oktoberfest in Eads.

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

By Doris Lessenden

Let us not love with words....but with actions."   I John 3:18  Tips to do this:  1. Always show appreciation, 2. Put others first,   3. Serve others gladly,  4. Forgive it, resolve it, and move beyond it, and 5.  Make time for people who matter.

A Day in the Life             

Michelle Wyckoff - Community Columnist

By Michelle Wyckoff

Mules. Described by Google as "the sterile offspring of a female horse and a male donkey, valued as a work animal, having strong muscles, a body shaped like a horse, and donkey like long ears, small feet, and sure footedness." Described by me as " a fabulous pair of slip-on shoes that you can wear all day no matter how hard you shop". Much smaller and much more comfortable than the "real thing."

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

By Doris Lessenden

The Golden Rule:  "Love your neighbor as yourself:  trust them, thank them, and value them".  Let us make a habit of practicing the Golden Rule.

A Day In The Life

Michelle Wyckoff - Community Columnist

By Michelle Wyckoff

Printer.  Described by Google as "a machine for printing text or pictures onto paper, especially one linked to a computer."  Therein lies the problem.  My printer became "unlinked" from my laptop.  My copy machine-fax-potato peeler-scanner would not print from my laptop.  My car may as well have imploded.

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

By Doris Lessenden

"Love your neighbor as yourself."  It is a fact you can never say "I love you too much".  So say it often and show it by your actions.  Dr. Delores Krieger