October CY Society
We want YOU…
to send in your pictures!
Email pictures and info of your weddings, fun trips, new babies, parties, anniversaries, accomplishements, and more to firstname.lastname@example.org. If it’s good news in Cooper-Young, Aunt Cicely wants to hear about it!
Paul Haught and Emily Holmes of Evelyn Avenue are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jacob Francis, born at home on August 2, weighing 8 lbs, measuring 20.5 in. Mom, dad, baby, and big brother Dominic are all doing well!
CY cutie Harlen Murphy, son of Joe and Virginia Murphy, celebrates big brother Abel’s 5th birthday with face painting and a parade down Felix Ave.
Vincent Yow, son of Jeremy and Asuka Yow of Walker Avenue, takes a turn with the guys from Memphis Drum Shop during the Festival.
Cooper-Young buddies (L to R) Atticus McRae, Elek Owen, Robbie Huserik, and Jesse Ammons had a great time cheering on the runners at Peter and Diana Owen’s 4 Miler grill out in their front yard on Oliver.
Suzzane Striker and John Silberman of Nelson hosted a “Light the Way” party during the Friday Festival 4 Miler.
Joshua Hannah of Walker Avenue and his daughter, Faithlynn, supporting the runners at the one-mile marker.
Peabody Elementary kindergartner Maddox Kelley celebrates the letter “T” at school by bringing his teddy bear and wearing a tie for a class tea party!
Toby Sells and Ansley Murphy of Young Avenue, pictured just after getting engaged at the finish line of the 4 Miler on Friday night of Festival weekend!
Little Cleo Kelley models with a doll and Cooper-Young Festival vendor Darla Ives, owner of Sew Darla. Cleo is the granddaughter of Young Avenue residents Sal and Georgene Cachola.
Stella Grace Cook of Nelson Avenue didn’t let a little oil spill get her down! She and her parents, Scarlett and Chris Cook, traveled to Panama City this summer where Stella Grace had a ball playing in the sand and water.
A huge group of friends and neighbors gathered at the Nelson Avenue home of Josh and Ginger Spickler on August 27 to send off Joe and Susan Currier, and their sons, Mason and Josiah, in style. The Curriers have moved to California after a wonderful four years of having them as Nelson neighbors!