The 4th of July Parade was wonderful. It was fun!
John Walter Earnhardt, Walter Bickett Class of 1949, invited his class plus anyone else who graduated from Walter Bickett High School to a “Meet with Classmates and Old Friends Over a Glass of Wine” get-together on May 8 at the Treehouse Vineyards owned by his sister, Dianne.
Let’s get down to Waxhaw business! The Waxhaw Woman’s Club is holding a fundraiser, “Ziti With Your Sweetie,” on Valentine’s Day, Friday evening, February 14th, from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m., at the Waxhaw Woman’s Club, 200 East South Main Street, in Waxhaw.
April 10, 1984 is permanently seared into the memory of many Marshville residents.
Oh how we loved to dance! Anywhere, anytime! Our music has certainly stood the test of time! Two early songs were “Cherry Pie” and “The Clock.”
Johns Hopkins Professor Dr. P. M. Forni states: “The traditional rules of manners, civility and politeness are a time-proven, very effective code of relational skills.”