CHERRYVILLE NEW YEARS SHOOTERS Guestbook & Comments
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Jessica Lee Moss said: September 27, 2010 12:29 pm PSTThis is the best tradition that a family could give a person and a way for me to pass on something from my dad to my son since he passed in 1992 and will never get to meet his grandson (RIP Todd Moss C.W.). I never miss a single year. It is my favorite holiday and I can't wait for this next year. I'm so excited! It's going to be the best year yet! Hopefully my son will be old enough this year to make his first shot! It will be the beginning of another generation of Moss's shooting. There are currently two generations shooting and I'm ready to make it three.
Ivy (Beam) Bailey said: April 8, 2010 5:18 am PSTI just found your site and enjoyed it very much.I hope to visit Cherryville in the future. I am a decendant of John Teeter Beam, his son Peter Beam,his son Isaac Alexander Beam who was only child of Elizabeth Houser & Peter Beam was my Great Grandfather.Any photos of my Beam or Houser relatives joining the Shoot? Will be visiting this site again... Ivy Beam Bailey ... Mason Tx.
Ray Coombe said: March 22, 2010 1:04 pm PSTI havent been in North Carolina in 22 years. Iused to be a member in good standing my parents divorced and i moved to Arkansas with my mother. My Dads name is Gary White(Wide Oak) he is in a long geneolgy of shooters. Is ther any way I could be reinstated. iwould like to come home this new year and fire my 58 calibur. I started shooting when i was four solo even fired the first shot at City Hall once. I shot every year until I was 12 please eletronic mail me a response.
Larry Hannon said: March 15, 2010 1:59 pm PSTWe will all miss Don, we looked foward to seeing him every year and really missed him this year. Next year wont be the same with out him and Howell
Rusty Wise said: March 14, 2010 5:15 pm PSTDon Homesley passed away today. He was the past secretary/treasurer of our group and a Charter member. He was also the official greeter. We owe a lot to Don for his dedication to the group. Rest in peace BO BO.