Yes, we’re finished with the fair and over Old Timers’ Day, and now it’s time for us to love to Love Madera.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
Last week a story appeared in the Tribune concerning the Rotary District Governor’s (DG) visit to the Sunrise Rotary Club.
Tomorrow, those partying parade people, the Madera Kiwanis Club will be doing their best to provide Maderans with memories at this year’s Old Timers Day Parade.
Beware, you clean-shaven fellas, this is the week that members of the hysterical posse from the Historical Society are out looking for hairless-faced Maderans to put in the hoosegow.
Nice kid. We usually read or hear of teenagers in trouble, causing havoc and generally misbehaving. But an exception occurred in a Dairy Queen in Hopkins, Minn.
And then there was light. Albeit a little dim, but still pretty groovy after 50 years. I’m watching the ever-changing, glowing, globules of my lava lamp that is sitting on a corner of my desk.
But first, this seems not very Christian-like. Every year congregations from the Valley’s Churches of God play a softball tournament to promote friendship, sportsmanship and Christian fellowship.