I’ve been taken for a ride a few times, and taken for granted a lot more. However, my gal and I were taken to dinner at Cool Hand Luke’s by some old friends this past Saturday.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
Received my sample ballot recently, and this scribe had heard something about the election being a joke and indeed, the ballot did note comedienne Rosanne Barr was running for president on the Peace and Free
I didn’t like it and most baseball fans didn’t like it. Unless you’re a St. Louis Cardinal fan.
Wednesday’s column had the headline “Beans and laughing gas.” Which brings us to this morning, and the fact my truck is near empty, and I need to get gas.
Club-conscious minds. Saturday saw another wonderful Old Timers Day and the fun and feisty festivities afterward in Courthouse Park.
Tomorrow, those parade preparers — and these are the hard-working ones who pull it off every year, the dedicated members of the Madera Kiwanis Club — will be out in force before the first fancier of floats,
Fittingly, just after my retirement from the Parks Department, it is Old Timers Week. Congratulations to this year’s King and Queen, Bill Wood and Lorraine Ocheltree.