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Concerned Citizens donations

Concerned Citizens has received several donations in the last four months. Donating to the general fund were ALL Seasons Air Plus, Gary and Melissa Nebgen, EDF Renewables, Prosperity Bank, Arneta Pursley, Neoma Gwaltney, Boyce and Joyce Hart, James and Marlene Hughes, Gail and Mike Bialas, Jeannie and Minor Matthews, Bob Peterson, Kara and David Crombie, Crombie Properties, Bill and Judy Stamper, Oncor Electric Delivery Company, Ed Henry Stewart Foundation, Johnnie Jackson, Philip and Barbara Fleming, Tracey and Jerry Graybill, Angie Leach, Kelly and Kate Mower, Mary Kay Hackley, Lisa and Rolando Castilleja, Brad Campsey, Tom and Elaine Carpenter, Joe Paul and Shauna Nichols, Jack County Farm Bureau, and Jean Henderson.

Jason Swan gets

Jason Swan gets

Jason Swan gets the honor of a lifetime in being able to crown his daughter Kennedy homecoming queen during Jacksboro’s Homecoming. It was a funfilled day and week of activities. A special section of all the fun and memories will be able to be found in next week’s paper. Photo/Brian Smith

On September 6th

On September 6th

On September 6th we had our first Bryson 4H Club meeting where we elected our 2020-2021 officers and discussed our upcoming events. We are excited to announce the following officers:

The Tastiest Dish I Ever Prepared!

The Tastiest Dish I Ever Prepared!

Don’t get the wrong Idea when you read some of my columns that pertain to outdoor cooking. I’m certainly no chef but I don’t think a good camp cook needs to be professionally trained in order to ‘crank out’ tasty meals. I have ‘studied’ under some of the best cooks around in hunting camps from Canada to Mexico and always tried to pick up a tip or two from each one I spent time with. I’ve also spent a great deal of time experimenting. Yep, I’ve prepared everything from sour dough biscuits cooked in a Dutch Kettle to Venison stroganoff and lots of things in-between. But this past week, I made the very best ham I have ever tasted and after reading this week’s column, I have absolutely no doubt you can easily accomplish the same.

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