This scribe can only hope none of his descendants are around.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
I must admit I got a chuckle out of a Red Line caller’s message this week. The gentleman began with the description of picking up his morning San Francisco Chronicle.
We made it through Labor Day without another Cyrus sizzle.
Labor Day, the last summer holiday, starts, well, probably around early afternoon today. And if nobody is (supposedly) working Monday, shouldn’t it be called Non-Labor Day?
Luckier than the Giants. Saturday afternoon, during the Elks Lodge’s annual Rib Cook-off, a special drawing was held.
Tomorrow, I’m heading to Lions Town and Country Park, possibly with Racer, the dog, to check out the annual Bark For Life that raises funds for Madera’s Relay For Life and the fight against cancer.
First off, tonight is the Chamber of Commerce’s big Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner and Chamber CAO Debi Bray and her staff have been working hard to get everything ready for the big show.