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The John Wornall House Museum will be closed temporarily to the public starting on Monday, June 24, 2013

The John Wornall House Museum will be closed temporarily to the public starting on Monday, June 24, 2013 for a major capital project to make repairs to the foundation, facade, and interior of the house, which has sustained damage due to the two-year drought. The construction to the exterior of the house is slated to begin in early July. The house will be closed to the public from June 24 through at least the end of September 2013,

BROOKSIDE PLAZA DEDICATED AS “LEON GOODHART WAY”

Long-time Brookside business and property owner Leon Goodhart was honored March 22 at a brief ceremony where Brookside Plaza was be renamed “Leon Goodhart Way.” Goodhart had been a Brookside businessman since 1949, when he came to the United States from Poland to work for his great uncle, Jacob Hyman, at the Country Club Shoe Store. Goodhart went on to take over the business, and operated it until his retirement in the late 1990s. In addition, Goodhart owned and managed much of the property along Brookside Plaza, including the Brookside Plaza office building. He was a past president of the Brookside Business Association and a board member of the Brookside Community Improvement District. Goodhart passed away in June 2012.
You can also search on youtube.com for Leongoodhartway it is the only video by that name on youtube.com or go to: http://youtu.be/ZN7DLIzMgQ4

Appreciation for the St. Pat's Warm-Up Parade

Enjoy this letter from a grateful parade participant:
"I wanted to tell you what this parade means to us. We are the people with the buggy pulled by a lawn mower. My husband Richard Price restored the buggy himself years ago and gave the buggy to our son Grady Price when we moved from our farm in Oklahoma to town. Each year we drive 400 miles round trip from Oklahoma to see him in the parade....some years we ride in the buggy but we are getting too old to get in it. (We sold our buggy horse when we moved to town so Grady's brother adapted the buggy to be pulled by a lawn mower.) Grady wanted to honor our Irish heritage as well as proudly use his father's buggy in a parade and Grady lives in Brookside which was a perfect match. We love this parade and hope to see Grady and his family and friends in it for years.......Richard and Karyl Price of Grove, OK. (It makes us so happy that he wants to do this every year.)

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