Grimes County Mobile Food Bank will be open Thursday, Nov. 9 from 10-11:30 a.m. in the back-parking lot of the Grimes County Fairgrounds in Navasota. Any resident of Grimes County will be served and only need to show their driver’s license when they complete the once-a-year Client Assistant Intake form. For more information contact Patricia, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anderson-Shiro High School Student Council will hold a Veterans Day Assembly at the high school Friday, Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. Breakfast will be served beginning at 8:30 a.m. Invitations were sent out but if you are a Veteran and did not receive one and would like to attend, just call the school, 936-873-4550 or email email@example.com.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, the day we remember and give thanks to those who served in the military. In our family the late John L. Sowell, my husband Don Sowell, our son Clint Branch and our son-in-law Dave Waitz proudly served in the United States Air Force. Our nephew Justin Sowell served in the Marines. Of course, there were other family members before these mentioned that also served in the military many years ago. Please remember those who served and died as they fought for our freedom. To all Veterans, thank you for your service. Check the Examiner for Veterans Day events this weekend.
St. Stanislaus Catholic Church Altar Society will hold their annual bake sale at Navasota Auction Barn Saturday, Nov. 18 beginning at 9 a.m. There will be plenty of homemade baked goods, cakes and pies that can be purchased in time for your Thanksgiving celebrations.
Chase Werner and Hallie Eisenman were united in marriage Saturday, Nov. 4 at St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church in Anderson by Msgr. Adam McClosky and Deacon Russell Pasket. A dinner and dance reception followed at the Grimes County Fair and Expo Center. Chase is the son of Robert and Shawn Werner of Anderson and Hallie is the daughter of Brandon andAndrea Eisenman of Cypress and Kari Lynn Eisenman of Anderson. This sweet couple will make their home in Stephenville for now.
It was a wild weekend for our family. The baby sister of our sonin- law Tanner Krause got married near Waterwood. Christian Curnel married Courtney Krause on Saturday evening, Nov. 4 in the woods on the property of Christian’s parents. I prepared and served chicken spaghetti, salad, rolls and homemade desserts for the rehearsal dinner Nov. 3 for about 40 people. The weather was perfect for the events the whole weekend. The reception consisted of a fajita dinner and music for dancing. Our little Case Karl Krause was the hit of the dance floor all evening. Christian is the oldest son of Josh and Brandy Curnel of Conroe and Courtney is the daughter of Brian Krause and the late Beth Krause of Cat Spring. The couple will make their home in College Station.
Happy Birthday to those celebrating this week: Nov. 9 – Cynthia Fagan, Jace Kimich, Jace Mooney, Sawyer Vance; Nov. 10 – Kelley Bohnert, Nolan Welsh; Nov. 11 – Ryan Wrobleski, David Johnson, Gynti Pinon, John De-Mille; Nov. 12 – Gloria Boehm, Martha Biggs, Luke Waitz, Hudson Szymczak; Nov. 13 – Gerald Schroeder, Todd Greene, Brad Hodges, Leah Glameyer, D’Asia White, Maia Sellars; Nov. 14 – Linda Klawinsky, Audrey Moody, JoAnn Isbell, Ines Negrin; and Nov. 15 – Melissa Marek, Mallory Kennedy, Berta Henson, Hayden Bachmeyer.
Happy Anniversary to those celebrating this week: Nov. 9 – Alan and Shannon Pasket, 10 years; Nov. 10 – Billy and Cherise Toler, 11 years; Nov. 11 – Chad and Shelby Podraza, 6 years; Nov. 11 – Chris and Stormie Wisnoski, 6 years; Nov. 11 – Ryan and Mindy Poe, 12 years; Nov. 11 – Ron and Becky Whitmore, 27 years; Nov. 11 – Pastor Dan and Courtney Schoessow, 23 years; Nov. 13 – Tim and Lacey James, 24 years; Nov. 15 – Brandon and Michelle Belinowski, 26 years; and Nov. 15 – Blake and Melissa Vezurk, 19 years.
If you have special news about what goes on in your family or life, let me know by calling 936-870-6842 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to share with others.