Friday Morning Briefing 11-25
Good morning Tyler County.
It’s Black Friday, so support your businesses because if they do good, we all do good.
In other news, Florence Henderson, who was the mom from the “Brady Bunch,” died on Thursday. For many Americans, that was must see TV back in the day. Carol Brady was a good mom. I’m not sure why she needed a housekeeper, but I guess raising six kids, who cleaned up after themselves, could be a burden for this suburban mom. Still, Carol was always supportive of the kids, especially Marsha, Marsha, Marsha.
Olivia Walton was a great mom. Calm, commanding and an equal in every way to her husband. Perfect marriage.
Morticia Addams from the “Addams Family” — she had personality. A striking beauty, her husband Gomez adored her. Of course Shirley Partridge would have been the “cool” mom in the neighborhood.
After yesterday’s food marathon for mom, maybe thank her again and give her a day of rest today.
RIP Florence Henderson, aka Carol Brady.
In local news, the Tyler Consolidated Cross Country Team will sponsor the 2nd Annual Tyler Turkey Trot 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, Nov. 26 at Hope Fellowship Church on Sellers Run Road, Middlebourne. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the run/walk will begin at 10 a.m.
ENTRY FEE: $15 per person before November 19; $20 per person after the deadline and on race day. All proceeds benefit the Tyler Consolidated Cross Country program.
For more information, contact Jonay Corley at (304) 771-8112 or email@example.com.