Clean up on mile marker 8 on Glade Park

by Tarrah Patch

My Name is Tarrah Patch. I have adopted a Road on Glade park this last week in memory of my Father, Dee Lawson. My family has been part of Glade park for many, Many moons. The area meant so much to my Dad. I wanted to honor him on father's day and this was an ideal I had. I will do the first cleaning with family and friends on Saturday June 26, 2010 at 10 am. If any of you would like to help we would love to have you help. Thanks for listening and I hope you all take care of your beloved land.

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Aug 20, 2015
Nice NEW
by: Anonymous

Yes we should clean our streets , houses and park. But unfortunately our park and houses not clean... Please update your post as soon as possible.. Stylish grass protection mesh you can purchase at affordable price in UK

Jul 05, 2010
What an outstanding Father's Day Gift!
by: Anita Martin

My name is Anita Martin. I am so proud of you(and others perhaps)that are remembering their fathers in this way. I believe that even if your father has passed away..he sees your actions and is very pleased.

Close to 51 years ago this summer was the last time I visited my Aunt Mary and Uncle Don Roth on their ranch in Glade Park. I love that time in my life spent with my very interesting relatives (and an excellent sense of humor) in a beautiful part of America!

I remember Aunt Mary taking Linda, Janice (my two sisters) and me to hunt for arrowheads. After a lot of looking I found two. She taught us the basics of knitting and showed us some quilts she had made. One of them was a Sunbonnet Sue Quilt. We got a lot of special memories any time we went to Glade Park.

I am a lifetime native and live in the Panhandle of Florida. We are in the middle of the horrible oil spill that threatens the ecosystem from the tiniest to the biggest life in the Gulf of Mexico, etc.

We are known for having the world's whitiest beaches (the sand is formed from quartz- so they are brillant white like fresh fallon snow)and now we are starting to get the beginning of the oil spill. This disaster also eliminates so many tourists from visiting this area which has a domino effect on all kinds of jobs. My nephew is a cook at a seafood restaurant and is having his hours cut back almost to winter hours.

Everywhere is feeling the effect of the loss of revenue because the tourists aren't here spending their vacation money on local hotels and eating in local seafood restaurants.
Please Pray for Us. Thank You!

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