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2013-03-14 / Community News

Poston Crowned Mrs. Spring

by Lucy Torn, Blue EE Reporter


Mrs. Spring, Artis Poston of Lexington and Mr. Winter, Jack Jones of Giddings, were recently crowned at the first Senior Social, held by the LCEEA. Mrs. Spring, Artis Poston of Lexington and Mr. Winter, Jack Jones of Giddings, were recently crowned at the first Senior Social, held by the LCEEA. PHOTOS BY MAGGIE BEASLEY.

The first Senior Social, hosted by the Lee County Extension Education Association (LCEEA), was held on February 23 at the American Legion Hall in Lexington from 2 pm to 5 pm.

The hall was set to entertain Sr. Citizens in and around the Lee County community. Card tables of four players were set up around the room for games and fellowship. Door prizes were awarded to many. Beautiful floor lights and musical entertainment were enjoyed by the young (at heart). Karaoke from the crowd kept the group in stitches.

Artis Poston of Lexington was crowned as Mrs. Spring and Jack Jones of Giddings was crowned as Mr. Winter. They will hold these titles until next year. Pictures were also shared. Sharon Murphy and her husband came dressed as “Going Steady”. Matching outfits of red and white were absolutely outstanding. Sharon wore a red skirt, white shirt and a red short scarf tied around her neck. On a chain, she wore her husband’s ring to bring out the theme of “Going Steady”.


Sharon Murphy, pictured above, came with her husband, dressed as “Going Steady.” Sharon Murphy, pictured above, came with her husband, dressed as “Going Steady.” Lee County’s own “Elvis Presley” (a.k.a. Jon Caskey) made an appearance and periodically came on stage throughout the party. Everyone stayed on a sugar high from the kitchen which was flowing with hundreds of homemade cookies and refreshments. The group’s thirst was quenched with tea and coffee. Some made new friends, others renewed old acquaintances.

The great evening of fun and fellowship ended at 5 p.m.

LCEEA provides information to strengthen and enrich families through educational programs, leadership development and community service. LCEEA has active clubs, meeting once a month. The Blue Extension Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Blue United Methodist Fellowship Hall at 6:30 pm. The Giddings Extension Club will meet on April 17 at noon in the Extension office in Giddings.

For more information about the LCEEA, contact Tonya Poncik, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Lee County. She can be reached at (979)542-2753 or visit the Lee County office at 310 S. Grimes Street in Giddings.

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