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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 19 Oct 17 - 0 Comments

To All Concerned: I would like to start by Personally saying, “Thank You” to Lydia & Marvin Strakos for putting together a benefit/raffle fund-raiser for me and my medical expenses. Also, “Thank You” to everyone who donated items and/or purchased tickets. This will help in ways you wouldn’t believe possible. I would also like to […]

Letters to the Dolphin

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 14 Sep 17 - 0 Comments

“A Thing of the Past” The older I get, I have time to think of the past and compare it to today. My mind goes back to the days when a doctor made house calls. There is no telling how many babies this doctor delivered at home. The nearest hospital was at Victoria, too far […]

Letters to the Dolphin

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 17 Aug 17 - 0 Comments

Thank goodness once in awhile something happens to renew your faith in your fellow man. With everything in the news harping on all the ‘isims’ and ‘phobias’ and everyone seeming to be offended by everything these days it is easy to think people just don’t care about each other anymore. Be assured, it isn’t true. […]

Letters to the Dolphin

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 15 Jun 17 - 0 Comments

Thank you! Thank you for your support! I would like to express a BIG thank you to all the citizens in Port O’Connor who come out and support the First Baptist Church and the youth group. Every year I am amazed at all the people who continue to help us put on events like the […]

Letters to the Dolphin

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 18 May 17 - 0 Comments

This silhouette of the old steamtrain that came down the railroad track not far from where we lived, brings back some fond memories. My two brothers, Wallace and Sugar Foot, and myself, Geraldine Williams, decided we wanted to ride on it. We were very young. We waved at the train and yelled for it to […]

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