The South Harriman Schools Alumni and Friends Organization continues its community involvement with the recent installation of a permanent flag pole complete with a new U.S. flag and a banner depicting the former county school’s “Pirate” logo with the declaration “The Spirit Lives On.”
The Alumni paired the flags with a “Thanks Veterans” sign saluting all veterans for their service and sacrifice during the week around Veterans Day.
Visiting me from Chesapeake were Dr. Joe and Kathleen McKinney. Dr. McKinney received his veterinarian degree from Auburn University in Auburn, Ala. They plan to move into the house here on Lakemont Drive in the near future.
The Red Hat Society had an enjoyable luncheon here at Victorian Square. Each resident received a beautiful bouquet of silk spring flowers.
I had two very nice young ladies clean my room. Thanks to Joy Ward and Kathy Ward, who did a real nice job of cleaning.
Harriman Music Club will meet at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at the home of Wilda Taylor; co-hostesses are Linda Raby and Laura Walker.
Peggy Sheppard will present the Hymn of the Month. Program Chairwoman Taylor will present “Songs for Thankful Hearts,” including a vocal solo by Laura Dailey and a Harriman High School Instrumental Ensemble directed by Jim Hix. Call 376-2961 for details.