Tira News April 27th, 2018

By Jan Vaughn

Regina Payton is spending a few days with her mother, Martha Payton. They are beginning to think about the 80th annual Tira Homecoming, which will be coming up on Sunday, July 1 st . Mark your calendars and watch for details closer to the event date. Dustin Weir visited his parents, Robert and Yvonne Weir last weekend. He arrived on Friday evening and worked most of the day Saturday on his boat and trailer, and then
pulled it home.

Wesley bowled with My Heroes on Saturday. Yvonne reports, “We went to Mesquite to pick out a suit for the special prom he will be attending there on the 19th of May.” She adds, “Watch out for fire ants! They invaded my greenhouse.” Kim and Lee Beck traveled this past weekend to San Antonio to attend the 102nd Fiesta Oyster Bake at St. Mary’s Law School with son and daughter-in- law, Jackson and Courtney Dailey. Kim says, “Music, great food, sombreros and fireworks made for a fantastic weekend!”

Chip and I took his mother, Grace Vaughn, to the Clara Bridges 90+ Banquet at the ROC in Sulphur Springs on Saturday. Lori Vaughn and Lana and Chrissy Hall met us there. We enjoyed a delicious meal and a wonderful program. The honorees each received a framed certificate.

Rylan, Brailon, and Slaiden Joslin spent Saturday night with their Gimmee, Tiffany, and aunt, Jaidyn, and attended church at Posey with them. They all came to our house for lunch on Sunday and the kids had fun playing outside before returning home. Chip and I enjoyed sharing a meal and playing games with Diana and WilliamMcCauley on last Thursday evening.

I always need and appreciate input from my friends to help keep me informed of news in our community. If you have any news pertaining to Tira residents, past or present, please contact me, Jan Vaughn, at 903-945- 2190 or 903-438- 6688 or [email protected]

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