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|Martha Anderson: June 23, 2011|
Squire Creek Golf and Country Club had Secret Service and all kinds of extraordinary security for the Monday last arrival of President Bush (43). President Bush had an early golf match followed by the lunch in his honor at Squire Creek. The event was "sold out" before we heard about it.
The former president's easy wit makes him more attractive than ever. Somehow that same personality was not appreciated as much when he was serving our country. Steve Davison was the master of ceremonies for the occasion after an inspired national anthem by Linnea Allen. Steve is funny and made the audience feel welcomed as he opened and closed the luncheon event.
George Walker Bush gave a talk to a standing-room-only crowd of friends and supporters. The focus of his talk was about the decision making requirements of the presidency. His first big one concerned the color of the rug in the oval office which he told the advisors he knew absolutely nothing about decorating but he would get someone who did.
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Martha Jane Anderson retired from University of Louisiana-Monroe after 35 years of service as Assistant Dean of Students and SGA Advisor. She is married to Patrick H. Anderson Sr., has two children, and four grandchildren.