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"See y’all later! A Note to all our friends in Rockport-Fulton" by Kay Wise Denty
Categories: Roving Reporter
We have met some of the friendliest people in some of the most fabulous organizations in this small coastal town. The Fulton Mansion is dear to my heart and the Texas Maritime Museum is most dear to Glynn’s heart. The Center for the Arts holds a special place for both of us, not to mention all of our fabulous artist friends! My passion for the theater has grown beyond addiction at the Rialto Theater and the Rockport Little Theatre. We have one of the best Chambers of Commerce in the country. I truly love my church family at Sacred Heart and feel at home in any of our churches in town. And our fabulous festivals, beaches and glorious sunrise and sunsets. Not to mention the most fabulous little health food store you could ever ask for!
Much Love, Glynn and Kay Wise Denty
Categories: Roving Reporter
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