Tina’s Pet Grooming, formerly of Groesbeck, has opened up shop in a smaller space in Thornton as of Sept 1. Despite some confusion around whether the shop was back in business or still in the process of moving, owner Tina Ary said that business has stayed fairly steady, all things considered.
We keep having good attendance at Senior Citizens each week, even with a few missing this last Thursday. Reported to me that Glenda Gambini is in hospital and has had surgery and we need to remember her in prayers. We also missed Wilma Lee, Linda and Roger Watson being with us. We welcomed someone new to the fold, Mrs. Gay McBride. She was even a first time winner at Bingo and promises to be back this week. Others present were Lorene Stembridge, Elizabeth Neason, Fonetta Simmons, Snuffy Bennett, Wayne Sharp, Earl Mask, Gayla Lind, Alma McCurry, Sue and Woody Wood, Doris Lemley, James Lenamond, Hank and Elle Staniszewski, Neennah German, Janice Bilbrey and Myself. We’ve been missing Helen Harvey and Jo Ann Diamond, hope to see them back soon. Hope I haven’t forgotten anyone.
A lively group consisting of twenty being, Doris Lemley, James Lenamond, Wilma Lee, Wayne Sharp, Alma McCurry, Gayla Lind, Ann Brown, Elizabeth Neason, Snuffy Bennett, Fonetta Simmons, Glenda Gambini, Earl Mask, Roger and Linda Watson, Hank and Elle Staniszewski, Lorene Stembridge, Sue Wood, Janice Bilbrey and myself, gathered again for lunch and fellowship. Was good to have Sue Wood back and calling bingo. Snuffy Bennett won 3 games, Lorene won 2 games, Alma McCurry won 2 games and Blackout, Doris Lemley also won a game. Congratulations to these lucky ones.
Thornton Chamber of Commerce hosted its very first ever Annual Tribute to Thornton Cornhole and Texas 42 tournaments on Sat. Aug. 21 at the Thornton Slab. Many people gathered to enter the tournament and try their hand at 42 and cornhole for cash payouts and trophies. Fish plates were also sold.