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Knights Ferry News Week of October 2, 2013

POSTED October 1, 2013 11:48 p.m.

 

Welcome to the world Autumn Grace Wucherer. She was born to Scott and Stephanie of Knights Ferry.

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At the meeting of the Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) there were not many in attendance. No overnight parking on the roads or parking lots in town was discussed. It is an ordinance now but some people overnight camp in the Plaza. Also discussed was the traffic in town. There have been citations issued for not stopping at the stop signs. Bicyclists can be issued citations for not stopping also.

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Gayle Lund joined friends at the 50’s Roadhouse for dinner and was surprised with the “Birthday Song.”

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Denise Ray had a convention in Austin, Texas so took the boys, Jordan and Alec and hubby Roger with her. They did the River Walk, saw the Alamo and ate a lot of Bar-B-Que. They also went to Louisiana and through Colorado to visit friends.

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The Knights Ferry Community Clubhouse was packed for the memorial for Tom Crom. Tom’s fishing buddy, Reverend Cliff Sexton led the service. Tom’s brother-in-law told many tales of Tom when he was a youngster, including rear ending a Sheriff’s car. There was a video show and a lovely dinner for all. Knights Ferry will miss Tom but will be there for Denise.

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It is October already so mark these dates on the calendar: Thursday, October 3rd the Community Club dinner and meet and greet the Knights Ferry School board candidates. October 6th is Breakfast Sunday at the I.O.O.F. Hall serving juice, coffee, pancakes, eggs and ham for $5.00. October 8th is the meeting of the History and Museum Associates at 9:00 a.m. at Miller’s Hall. October 11th is the KFS Jog-a-thon. Knights Ferry Garden Club will meet October 23 at the clubhouse as they are making pumpkin rolls so bring your lunch. October 31 Halloween parade in town at noon.

 

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