Sunday, July 24, 2011
Today after mass I stayed and helped sign up folks to have their family picture made for the new Church Directory. After that I had lunch and coffee at Serda downtown. Talked with several people from the church alter about activities coming up. A covey of Ladies went to Little Flower church this afternoon to play Bingo. I'll hang out at home and maybe slip over to Walmart for prescriptions later.
What could could possibly be better on a Saturday than to go to Callahans Irish Pub for a few brews? That's is where the Debster and I showed up after the rain to partake of a few Yeunglengs lagers. There wa a block party in the street, so parking was at a premium. Same thirsty bunch expressing their collective desire for alcoholic satisfaction. We stayed for the sandwiches and spoke to a few acquaintances.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Last night Deb and I attended the Municipal Association meeting and dinner at Prichard City Auditorium, which was catered by AJ's Rib Shack. Good company and address from Russell Wimberly from The SARPC. There were four of us from Chickasaw and Deb won one of the door prizes (A Hummingbird Feeder)
Thursday, July 21, 2011
July 21, 2011 Chamber Of Commerce meeting featured President Terri Pringle presenting the engraved plaque for Citizen Of The Year to Stephanie Stewart and welcoming new member Technico. Lunch was sponsored and catered by members: Eloise Clubbs and Lori Hammond. The Business Of The month went to Cheryl McCormick Hann of Edward Jones Investments. Our main speaker was Jennifer Jenkins who talked about marketing your company through Social Networks such as Facebook. Terri reiterated the challange for the Chickasaw Council to consider making Chickasaw a "smoke -free community" Ervin Dailey asked for volunteers to furnish turkeys for the upcoming holidays through the Salvation Army. Door prizes were issued and the meeting was adjourned until August 18 at the J. C. Davis auditorium where we meet jointly with Saraland.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Wednesday the 20th was Senior Lunch at the church. We had a guest speaker, Mike Box, who discussed the importance of having a Will and making sure it was not complicated or confusing. Every will should have an executor to ascertain that bills are paid and define a clear inheritance. If a will leaves a significant amount of property, the will should be probated by law within 12 to 18 months.Father Saucier was in attendance and a thank you letter was read from him for his tenth anniversary ordination party and gift from the Knights, Seniors and Ladies Auxiliary.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Chickasaw Garden Club took the Senior Bus to Fairhope today to visit the Town's Rose Garden down at the wharf. There were beautiful specimens and we found out that pretty girls get their pictures taken among the roses. It was then time for a good lunch before doing some shopping and heading back to the Civic Center.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Today Mary Brown a tour advisor, part of our friend Horace Allens program for July Kiwanis, spoke to us about arranging vacation tours. Late this afternoon, the MCREC Mobile County Republican Executive Committee welcomed Lt. Governor, Kaye Ivey to a photo op and speaking engagement in the Skyview Lounge of the Holiday Inn Downtown. The group later met in Ballroom C for our regular meeting and discussed the Young Republican convention which will be held in Mobile in 2013.There were several Chickasaw People at the meeting including Adam Bourne and Charles Larimore.
Sunday, July 10, 2011
After church this morning we went to Providence Hospital to see Horrace Allen who has been there a week with colonic bleeding. He seemed in pretty good spitits as he ate a bowl of okra. Bonnie was there taking good care of him so we wished them well and gave them get well regards from the Kiwanis. On the way back we stopped for lunch at Macaroni Grill and enjoyed some of their wonderful grilled salmon. It was extremely hot most of the day, so we have been at home, inside, relaxing with the AC.
Friday, July 8, 2011
Friday night and it's the Loda Art Walk down at the Dauphin St. Arts
Council. Deb and I stopped of at our usual watering hole for a glass of Cabernet. We saw Green Suttles and his wife Paige and then visited the council to say hello to Charlie Smoke and check out some of the Battleship
Photos and Paintings. We then hit Serda for some coffee and a sandwich. Nice humid evening.
Monday, July 4, 2011
My daughters family left this morning to go home, but not before we showed them one of the crown jewels of Chickasaw: The Huddle House. We munched a little brunch and then it was time for them to hit the highway. Tonight I have a date with Kiwanis destiny; serving hamburgers and hotdogs at the annual fireworks extravaganza.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
After a 5 AM rise time to get ready for our Knights Indoctrination of Officers and the 7 AM Mass, we held our doughnuts and breakfast meeting. Several of us drove over to Neil Andrews home for a pool party and lunch while our daughter and son in law took our grand daughter to the beach. They spent about five hours there building sand castles and jumping waves.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
This afternoon the Knights had pick-up-day for the 4th meat sales and the event turned out well. Tonight several of our friends showed up for dinner and our daughter and her husband brought our grand daughter for the
weekend. Everyone had fun and tomorrow they will head for the beach with Deb.