Waco Town Crier – April 2023

Almost 1/4 of the year 2023 is gone. Does the time seem to be FLYING BY for you? I know when I was young and in school, time did not pass nearly this quickly.

Attached you will find the April 2023 issue. We are so lucky that folks are telling us their furry pet stories. This month Howard Dudgeon and Tommy Ruth Blair Toler are contributors. Please keep those stories coming! Everyone loves to read about pets and the sweet memories we benefit from their existence.

Jim Monnig is doing his part to entertain us in this issue. You will enjoy his latest experience.
If you have anything to tell about an experience, a memory, a picture, or a bucket list item you want to do or have done, please share with us. Remember, YOU are the Town Crier. The more you share, the more interesting the Town Crier will be for all of us.

To all who are ailing…..please, please get well. Stay out of harm’s way with the violent storms that are occurring. Spring seems to be more dangerous nowadays or we just have more ways of knowing about the storms. At any rate, the rains are nice and so needed …. but the violent storms need to be non-existent.

I got a new computer that has been a challenge to this old brain. I hope there will be no problems with this issue. With the new learning curve and my recent cataract surgery, not sure I would know how to fix the problem but let me know if you have any trouble. Now hopefully, enjoy the April Crier. Good luck!!!

CLICK HERE to view the April 2023 Waco Town Crier. Topics this month include:

  • From Our Graduates
  • Updates
  • April Birthdays
  • A Neat Idea
  • Fur Baby Stories
  • Did You Know?
  • 5th Grade –  North Waco Elementary
  • Words of Wisdom

3 comments on “Waco Town Crier – April 2023

  1. Bev Murphy Wells: The dog stories were just great! Howard’s various dogs, Blackie, Queenie, and all the Spots in his life and Tommye Ruth’s Freckles. Loved that Tommy Ruth shared Freckles with retirement center and the Montessori children. Oh, and Jim Moning’s pedicure story and pictures — what a classic! Love those pedicures! And Aubrey, our class celebrity! Would love to see “Hell and High Water,” assuming it can be ordered via Amazon? The casting of Jeff Bridges was perfect! Assuming there would be info displayed at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum which I try to
    go to when I’m in Waco.

  2. Judith Hamff Murphy: I loved Jim Monnig’s pedicure story! And the seasonal polish is a nice finishing touch! I really enjoy my regular pedicures. Some men go to my nail salon, but most men still don’t know what they’re missing!

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