Chester County High School recently released the Class of 2015 Top 10 Percent. Fewer than three grade points separates the 19 students who make up the top percentage, with less than a tenth of a point between the valedictorian and salutatorian.
The Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen met in regular season Thursday at the City Hall. During the meeting the board voted to accept a bid on a new fire truck, voted to pursue collection for under-billing of water at several businesses and set the date and time for the first budget meeting.
April showers bring May flowers! We are going to have lots of flowers. Happy birthday wishes go to Lucas Long on April 17; Danny Hopper on April 18, Eric Landers and Justin Howell on April 19; and Bobby Perkins on April 21.
Last week, as I was eating lunch in the Jackson mall, a lady came over and gave me a hug! It was Nell Bullman Soders, whom I had not seen in years. She and Jay, her husband, were enjoying lunch there also.
The Jacks Creek Community Club met on Thursday, April 9, with 37 members and visitors present. President Ralph Mays called the meeting to order at 6 p.m., with JoAnn Jones leading the group in singing "America," and Dwight Jones blessed the add-a-dish meal.
Dandelions - one of the first spring foods for our precious bees, so we allow the little fellers to have their fill for breakfast, lunch and supper. It's time for lawns to be mowed, so remember the quote, "Busy as a bee" goes for both - humans and bees!
How amazing things are starting to look now that spring is in full swing! The Henry H. Cook descendants are invited to a family reunion to be held at noon, Saturday, April 18 at the Montezuma Community Center.
Now that April is here with more spring-like temperatures rushing headlong into the golden heat of summer some people are thinking of baring a bit more. April is the first full month of spring and the beach is beckoning with all the sun, sand and barely there beach wear.
I wish I were better at baking bread. I try really hard, but somehow I never consistently get soft, fluffy loaves. My bread machine helps, but the design makes the loaves too tall for sandwiches, and of course, there's always a hole from the mixing paddle.
The Southwest Human Resource Agency Foster Grandparents program celebrated its third national mayors day of recognition April 7 with the signing of a service proclamation by County Mayor Dwain Seaton and Henderson Mayor Bobby King.
On Sunday, March 22, more than 400 4-H members converged upon Murfreesboro for the 68th Tennessee 4-H Congress. Among these 4-H'ers were four from Chester County: Ashly Lewis, Rebekah Hardison, Samuel Sides and Colton Cronin.