More like Twitters great, great, great grandpa…. On May 24, 1844, Samuel F.B. Morse transmitted the message, "What hath God wrought!" from Washington to Baltimore as he opened America's first telegraph line.
This is one of those good news bad news stories. Remember Leo from yesterday? The wayward Pomeranian? Frank and Val’s dog. Well he has been found. Seems he was hiding under the bed. Hiding you say? Yep hiding from a butt whoopin’ for pinchin’ a bisquit on the floor. Bad dog.
This just in from neighbor Rob! The date has been set for WW IV and it’s July 4th! Now since that date is the same as the Civic Clubs Golf Cart Parade and Picnic in the park we need to get some rules in place. Watch this space for more.
Message from Scholarship Committee:
Hello, We need your help! We are collecting silent auction items..such as art, restaurant certificates, gift baskets, sports event tickets,
Omaha steaks, plants/baskets, cabin/time share condo, quilted/knitted/crochet items, jewelry, etc...
The silent auction will be at our Independence Day celebration.
Proceeds used for scholarships available to senior students who reside in Clear Lake Shores and meet requirements.
We thank you for your support in making this event successful!
Contact Cindy Walbe firstname.lastname@example.org ph 281-538-5311 or
Bettie Jamarik email@example.com ph 281 334- 5788
Space shuttle replica readies for Houston trip
Central Florida News 13
Another space shuttle is preparing to leave the Space Coast forever.
Space shuttle Explorer, the replica that used to be displayed in front of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, will be loaded onto a barge and sent to Houston.
The shuttle replica has been a staple of the Space Coast since its installation in 1993. It was built using the same blueprints that were used to build the space shuttles.
Explorer will be sent to Johnson Space Center's Space Center Houston tourism center.