Earlier this month, Chester County Junior High School welcomed Kris Todd as principal. Todd joins the Chester County School System with 29 years of education experience and 17 years in administration. From 2006 until 2014, he served as principal at Milan High School, and he transferred to the central office last school year.
Do you know of a quiet hero - someone among us that quietly makes our community better? Someone that helps out the less fortunate, that goes above and beyond to provide comfort and support to ensure that lives are taken care with no thought for their own person?
I hope you've had a nice week. If you see these folks this week wish them a happy birthday: Pat Dotson and D.L. Murley on July 29; Doris Murley on Aug. 1; and Alex Evans on Aug. 3. I wish each of you a great day!
Hello to everyone! It is a blessing to be here with you another week, for this is the day the Lord has made! Well a new month is almost here, August, and what does that mean? For the children and teachers here in Chester County the vacation is over.
Looks like the heat wave will continue. Hope everyone is finding a way to stay cool. It is lonely around here again as our daughter, Cindy, and granddaughter, Makenzie, left on Saturday to go back to Illinois. We had a fun visit; teenagers can sure make you feel young again.
I hope you have all had a good week. I know the weather is hot, but we are so blessed not to have the water shortage and forest fires they are having on the west coast. Four states are now having these fires, California, Oregon, Washington and Montana. Please pray for no lives or homes lost.
(Editor's note: Sunday Aug. 2 is National Sister Day.) Do you remember your very first female friend? Most of us do because unless you are an only child then your first female friend was probably your sister. She may be an older sibling or younger and either you helped take care of her or she helped to take care of you.
Whether you have relatives visiting from out of town last weekend or you enjoy sleeping in when we get an opportunity, it can be a hassle to wake up early and make breakfast. This tasty make-ahead breakfast casserole is a great solution to taking some of the worry out of breakfast.
The ability to cook smart and eat smart means having the skills to plan, prepare and consume healthy meals. These meals encompass all of the different food groups and are prepared in a safe, clean environment.
When I last visited my youngest grandchildren, I asked my grandson how old he is. Holding up three fingers he excitedly said, "I'm three!" Immediately adding another finger, and with a huge grin, continued, "movin' on to fo-ah!" WOW! What a neat statement!