I do, having sat in her blue chair a couple of times lately (needles and everything) and RMC has a really good one in Vickie.
All told, she has been at RMC/Tyler for 33 years. Her first 20 was secretarial, the last 13 in the lab.
“We moved to Georgia for five years and when I came back, there was nothing available as a secretary,” says Vickie. “They said they’d teach me how to do lab … and I love it here.”
People, our town is blessed with medical facilities, RMC and Stringfellow. Maybe I’ve told you that before, but not today.
A confession is that, counting the night of the game, I have now watched it five times. I’m getting about as bad as with that Greatest Western of all time, Shane, which I have watched some 30-plus times.
So why do I do stuff like that?
I love being entertained and I love knowing how it’s going to end, the good guys win … every time.
It’s akin to watching a John Wayne movie. In case you’ve haven’t thought about it, we haven’t won a war since The Duke left for “up yonder.”
He’s my pastor at Blue Mountain Baptist and will agree that she is the best part of him.
Have a great 51st, Rev. and Mrs. Truman Norred.
That’s from an email …
Haley is also president of the FFA, has been a class officer for three years, in the FCCLA for two years, and a dance line Panterette for three years. She is also a four-year member of the math team.
Haley plans to attend Jacksonville State for a couple years before moving on to UAB in Birmingham to study neurology and anesthetics.
“As Haley’s chemistry and physics teacher, I have watched her grow into a very mature and conscientious woman,” says Student Council Advisor Mary Jones. “Haley possesses all the qualities that make her an effective leader. She is dedicated and trustworthy, a great communicator and delegator. Haley has a positive attitude and an ability to inspire others.”
Proud parents are James and Darlene Harrison, Linnie Drive, Anniston.
Some applause is in order …
George Smith can be reached at 256-239-5286 or email: email@example.com