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NO ACTION ! - 11
12/21/08     Ken Wilson  (1964)      kenwilson@sitestar.net
Okay, I know all of you are busy with the holiday season and the endless demands of
family, jobs, RETIREMENT, and your daily routines, but we're falling down on keeping in touch. I want to know what all of you are doing.I'm still teaching (special education) mainly troubled and belligerent high school students. Back in our day they were called a wise ass and the responsibility of Robert Stack. Because I still live in Martinsville, I run into some of our classmates all the time. Dink and Ann, Mike Uram, Bill Henry, Tommy Hall, Wayne owens just to name a few.
I got a call from Billy Price the other day.
Billy has fallen on hard times and is destitute. He was being evicted from his apartment in Manasses, Virginia, and was looking for a place to live in Martisnville.
I wish him the best. That's all for now.
Merry Christmas to all of you.
Ken