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The newly formed group, Berkshire Community Safety Watch, met on Feb. 20 and many items were discussed. Under the leadership of Pattie Kelly Petry, the group is getting things done. Thank you to all who are taking an active role in making our community safe.

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It has been a busy week for me, as I volunteered at Pathways2Possibilities for a couple of days. It was a first-time career expo for over 6,000 eighth graders from Horry, Marion, Marlboro and Georgetown counties at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.

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Walkers Woods held its first open meeting for 2019 with about 25-30 homeowners present. Ray Davis opened the meeting by introducing the board members and their new positions. The board re-organized after Joe Fazio stepped down.

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It’s silly, corny even, but Sara Hudson’s “Family Tree of Vincent Van Gogh” posted on Facebook made me laugh in a half-groan sort of way. So, I’m sharing.

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In case you missed the last batch, or if you’ve finished reading books such as “How to Raise Your IQ by Eating Gifted Children,” or “How to Avoid Huge Ships,” abe.com has put out yet another list from what they call their weird book room.

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While it seemed so at the times, neither of two recent events were catastrophic, thanks to Abigail Van Buren, known for decades as Dear Abby.

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It’s time for New Year’s resolutions again, and I can honestly say I kept the ones I made last year.

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All this rain reminds me that I could be living back up north, and every inch of rain would be a foot of snow. Glad I don’t live in Massachusetts anymore. It is depressing living with all the rain, but would be worse if it was three feet of snow.

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So, these 52 years later, we’ve had all the conversations there are to have, my once 21-year-old husband and I.

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I’m still in Long Beach, California, helping my daughter Katie and her husband Troy with their new baby girls, Eleanor and Evelyn, born on Nov. 9.

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It’s easy to tell Christmas is right around the corner. The Farm entrances and clubhouse are decorated, thanks to the activity and grounds committees. Many homes have also been decorated. Take a ride around the community, and take a look for yourselves.