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|Martha Jane Anderson: Dec. 8, 2011|
Gosh, it is difficult to remember a more fun December than 2011 with most of our favorite teams headed to New Orleans for the championship games in the Superdome: Neville, Ouachita Christian School, West Monroe and our Saints.
Pat Anderson, Terry Reeves and Spec Lewis are going on Friday to watch all the games. It's a great boys' trip and those guys will meet up with Butch Dupuy at the Dome. Those four played on Neville's first state championship team in 1955. They have a complimentary room at the Crowne Plaza courtesy of that cute Paul and Kelley Coburn and grandson, Rick Guillot Jr.
Pat and I have so much fun feeding the birds. We got this idea from Gwen Hardy and Terry Reeves. Gwen gave me birdseed and feeders and we are in business. Ann Crowe told us not to place the feeders closer than 13 feet to the house or we would be getting some unwanted mice looking for supper. Great tip!
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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.