Stephens Memorial Hospital continues its search for volunteers for the senior meal delivery program to aid senior citizens in need.
The Breckenridge Woman’s Forum met on Tuesday, Nov. 11, with a program presented by Kay Walton, an artist, who spoke about “The Providence Forum.” Their mission is to “Preserve, defend and advance the faith of the Judeo-Christian values of our nation’s Founding Fathers.
Thursday, Nov. 26
A new girl’s troop and family community health in 4-H were the highlight discussions at the Rotary Club during the November 10 meeting.
This was the poem written by World War I Colonel John McCrae, a surgeon with Canada’s First Brigade Artillery. It expressed McCrae’s grief over the “row on row” of graves of soldiers who had died on Flanders’ battlefields, located in a region of western Belgium and northern France. The poem presented a striking image of the bright red flowers blooming among the rows of white crosses and became a rallying cry to all who fought in the First World War. The first printed version of it reportedly was in December 1915, in the British magazine Punch.