Archive - Jul 2012 - Food and Leisure
Brister, Clark Engagement
Freddie and Joyce Brister of West Point, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Jean Brister, to Brandon Michael Clark, son of Lisa and Jim Voyles of Hendersonville, Tenn.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Vivian Price Barton of Starkville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brister of Winona.
It was all business at the Tuesday night meeting of the Pilot Club of West Point.
New officers were installed during the last meeting and the Pilots are starting the 2012-2013 year. President Debra Cole was at the helm and opened the floor for discussion of the upcoming Pilot International Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cole and several other club members are making last minute arrangements to attend the convention and represent the Pilot Club of West Point.
The local Boy Scouts Troop 15 served up some good pizza to patrons at Pizza Inn on Tuesday night. While waiting tables, scouts received tips and 10 percent of the buffet proceeds to help raise money for the troop.
Katy is an 8 week old, female, tabby kitten. She is very tiny and sweet. Katy loves to be held and cuddled. She has another three siblings who also need homes. The West Point/Clay County Animal Shelter is at capacity with kittens, puppies and dogs. If you are interested in adopting Katy or any of the kittens, puppies and dogs, come by the shelter Tuesday â€“ Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - noon, or call 524-4430. Foster homes are needed to socialize dogs and especially puppies for the Homeward Bound Program. Two weeks with a loving family will help a dog find a home in another state.
The Groove Club, from Nashville, Tennessee, brought music, dancing, magic and a â€śBearyâ€ť big surprise to the Bryan Public Libraryâ€™s Summer Reading Program Tuesday.
The girls in the tutuâ€™s had everyone singing and dancing, moving and grooving. The duo sang songs about teddy bears before changing the subject to frogs and had the audience hopping along.
Kids came in pajamas, brought blankets and stuffed animals, while a few of the girls were decked out like the Groove Club performers in tutuâ€™s.