An Online newsletter of
“The Andy Griffith Show” Rerun Watchers Club (TAGSRWC)
Welcome to the January Weaver’s Newsletter!
It’s hard to believe we’ve reached the first issue of Weaver’s for the year 2024! The Andy Griffith Show has been around for 63 years and in October will reach the 64th anniversary of it’s original air date. The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club (TAGSRWC) began in the fall of 1979 as a small and informal group of people who shared a love for watching “The Andy Griffith Show”. TAGSRWC will be celebrating the clubs 45th anniversary this fall. Since TAGSRWC at some point during those 45 years created Weaver’s Department Store in order to help fund the expense of running the club, it seem only fitting that we point out and join in celebrating this milestone in Mayberry history.
Without that October 3, 1960 premiere of The Andy Griffith Show, there would be no TAGSRWC and there would be no Weaver’s. I know that I am thankful to Andy Griffith, Sheldon Leonard, and Aaron Ruben (among the many responsible) for the creation of “our hometown.” The smiles, laughter, and even misty eyes fans have experienced for so many years would never have happened. Friends I’ve met at Mayberry events and online over the years, who have become like family, would never have crossed my path.
The world wouldn’t be as good a place if Mayberry had never come to be. Thank goodness we never have to know what the it would have been like without the wonderful characters that make up our hometown to enjoy. This year, maybe we can remember to be thankful and can share some of our joy with others.
This year already has several wonderful Mayberry events planned for us to gather and celebrate Mayberry. We’ll list them out below and I want to invite you to visit us at WeaverDepartmentStore.com to see all that Weaver’s has to offer.
Floyd’s Barbershop Bulletin Board & Event Calendar
The Andy Griffith Museum, featuring the late Emmett Forrest’s amazing collection of Andy Griffith artifacts, is operating on its full, normal schedule. For complete updates on operating hours and other info, visit the website at AndyGriffithMuseum.org or call (336) 786-1604.
Here are upcoming events that folks have posted on Floyd’s bulletin board:
* Feb. 3: Karen Knotts performs her one-woman “Tied Up in Knotts” show at 7 p.m. at Pursell Farms Resort in Sylacauga, Ala. For more info, visit www.pursellfarms.com. Tip: While in town, check out the Jim Nabors exhibit at the Isabel Anderson Comer Museum.
* Feb 10: Mayberry and the 40 Acres Backlot at Mid-America Science Park (821 S Lk Rd) in Scottsburg, IN for a little Mid-Winter Mayberry boost! Noted Author, historian and expert on “The Andy Griffith Show” Randy Turner presents a fascinating look at the famed 40 Acres backlot that served as Mayberry. 40 Acres was also used in countless classic television shows and movies. The backlot was the filming location for “Gone with the Wind,” “King Kong,” “Star Trek,” “Batman,” “Hogan’s Heroes,” and many other movies and TV series. Randy will share interesting details about the shows and movies we all know and love using many rarely seen pictures and video clips. If you’re a lover of classic television and movies this is an event you won’t want to miss! There will be a Q&A session with Randy and an opportunity to purchase some of his wonderful books and other items. Click to reserve your seat today!
* Feb. 29-Mar. 2: 27th Annual George Lindsey UNA Film Festival reels in top independent films in Florence, Ala. Details TBA. For updates and official festival info, visit www.lindseyfilmfest.com and check out the festival’s page on Facebook.
* Apr. 11-13: 4th Annual Mayberry & I Love Lucy Festival in Historic Granville, Tenn. (aka the Mayberry of Tennessee). Special Guests include Keith Thibodeaux (Johnny Paul Jason in Mayberry and Little Ricky on “I Love Lucy”), Dennis Rush (Opie pal Howie), Dixie Griffith (daughter of Andy), and Karen Knotts (daughter of Don). All will participate in special presentations throughout the festival.
Other highlights include entertainment by Mayberry and Lucy tribute artists (Barney, Floyd, Otis, Goober, Gomer, Briscoe, Charlene, “Fun girls” Skippy & Daphne, and Andy & Nurse Mary), Mayberry Dinner Theater, Mayberry-Lucy parade, Mayberry Squad Car Nationals, Mayberry trivia contest, Mayberry look-alike contest, Mayberry Museum exhibits, and Darlings-style music.
There’s a $7 general admission fee to enter the grounds on Fri. and Sat. (and a $5 parking fee on Sat. only). The dinner shows and some other portions also require additional tickets/reservations. For complete info (and for tickets for those select portions of the event requiring tickets), check the GranvilleTN.com website. (And also check out Historic Granville on Facebook.)
* May 8-10: The Mayberry Retreat, hosted by Mayberry author Randy Turner. The beautiful Sauder Heritage Inn in Archbold, Ohio, is the site for the this year’s retreat. The inaugural Mayberry Retreat in 2023 was a real treat for attendees, and another good time is planned for this year. Randy will be presenting a talk titled “How Andy Griffith Became Andy Taylor,” which will examine Andy’s early career and the origin of “The Andy Griffith Show.”
Special guest for the event is David Browning. David is the man who portrayed “The Mayberry Deputy” and delighted crowds for years at Mayberry events. David will be there as himself, not the Deputy, and will be sharing stories from his amazing career. The Special musical guest is Mayberry Days regular Tim White will be providing entertainment filled with bluegrass music and comedy (“Got time to breathe, got time for music”). The event will be a relaxing Mayberry-filled weekend. For full details, visit the event’s website at mayberrybooks.com/mayberryretreat.
* June 15: Essential Mayberry author Neal Brower kicks off his summer lecture series about TAGS, starting at 2 p.m., in the Andy Griffith Museum Theatre in Mount Airy, N.C. All three monthly, hour-long lectures this summer feature an episode dealing with matchmaking and romantic rivalry. Today’s lecture is about “The New Doctor” from Season 2. Lecture admission is included with Museum admission ($8 for adults, $6 for ages 12 and under). Visit www.andygriffithmuseum.org or call (336) 786-1604.
* June 21-23: After the roaring success of their 2023 festival, the second edition of Mayberry Comes to Scottsburg will be held in Scottsburg, Ind., this weekend. Scheduled to attend are: Rodney Dillard (guitar playing Darling boy), Dennis Rush (Opie’s friend “Howie”), Keith Thibodeaux (Opie’s buddy Johnny Paul Jason), Karen Knotts (Don’s daughter), Ronnie Schell (two episodes and Duke Slater on “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.”), Dixie Griffith (Andy’s daughter), Dreama Denver (wife of Dud Wash #2, Bob Denver), and Dick Atkins (Producer of Murder in Coweta County). There will also be a full slate of Mayberry tribute artists attending and performing throughout the weekend For updates, more complete list of performers, and schedule, visit the festival website at www.mayberrycomestoscottsburg.com and check out their page on Facebook. Mark your calendar!
* July 11: Karen Knotts presents her one-woman “Tied Up in Knotts!” show at 7 p.m. at the Ohio Star Theater in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Full details TBA. For more info, visit www.dhgroup.com/theaters/the-ohio-star-theater.
* July 19 & 20: 12th Annual Mayberry Meetup, sponsored by TAGSRWC’s “Two Chairs, No Waiting” podcast, gathers in Mount Airy, N.C. Details and registration info TBA.
* July 20: Timed to coincide with the Mayberry Meetup, Neal Brower, author of The Essential Mayberry, presents the second installment of his summer lecture series about TAGS, starting at 2 p.m., in the Andy Griffith Museum Theatre in Mount Airy, N.C. Today’s lecture features “Andy’s Rich Girlfriend.” Lecture admission is included with Andy Griffith Museum admission ($8 for adults, $6 for ages 12 and under). Visit www.andygriffithmuseum.org or call (336) 786-1604.
* July 21: A Don Knotts 100th Birthday Celebration Event at the Royal Theater in Macon, Mo. This afternoon event, sponsored by Carousel Productions and hosted by Blood Brothers chapter of TAGSRWC, features Sean Dietrich (aka Sean of the South), musical guest Keota, and an audio-visual presentation by Randy Turner. Details TBA, but for now just mark your calendar. For more info, contact Johnna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Aug. 17: Mayberry author Neal Brower concludes his summer lecture series about TAGS, starting at 2 p.m., in the Andy Griffith Museum Theatre in Mount Airy, N.C. Today’s lecture features “A Wife for Andy.” Lecture admission is included with Andy Griffith Museum admission ($8 for adults, $6 for ages 12 and under). Visit www.andygriffithmuseum.org or call (336) 786-1604.
* Sept. 24-29: 35th Annual Mayberry Days® in Mount Airy, N.C. Full details TBA, but advance tickets to some portions of the weekend, including for the concert by The Dillards featuring Rodney Dillard, are available to order now. For more info, visit www.mayberrydays.org.
* Oct. 26-Oct. 31: Cruise to Mayberry 17 sets sail for five days from Charleston, S.C., with ports of call at Princess Cays and Nassau, Bahamas, aboard Carnival’s Sunshine. The cruise’s Special Guest will be Dennis Rush (Howie Pruitt ).
Also on board will be a full crew of Mayberry tribute artists, including Dixie Griffith (Andy’s daughter) as Mt. Pilot Fun Girl Skippy. For more info and to book, call All About Cruises (336)538-4926.
****News of Cast & Crew ****
We just came through the Christmas season and the rumor mill has been spinning about the possibility of Ron Howard’s (Opie) 2000 movie “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” having a sequel. Since this newsletter tries to bring you news, we can tell you that this is only a rumor. Jim Carrey is unlikely to return as the Grinch because in the past he has expressed no interest in participating in sequels.
Hold onto your space helmets! In the cosmic spectacle of December 2024, Apollo 13 (1995), directed by Ron Howard, just snagged a coveted spot in the National Film Registry’s celestial lineup. Picture this: astronauts facing near-tragic hurdles in a cinematic journey spanning over 90 years of movie magic! This stellar collection, carefully curated by the Library of Congress since 1988, immortalizes films of cultural and historic significance. Big round of applause to everyone who made this stellar achievement possible!
Ron has several projects in the works but is currently focused on the thriller Eden which is currently in production in Australia, with a small unit also filming in the Galapagos. The film is based on a real-life unsolved mystery that unfolded on a remote island in the Galapagos. Ron will be producing the film along with Brian Grazer and Karen Lunder for Imagine Entertainment.
Clint Howard (Leon) spent time with family and friends over the holidays and new year. He was present on social media during Christmas and sang “Jingle Bells” to fans. Be watching for his appearances at events around the country.
Keith Thibodeaux (Johnny Paul Jason) has been spending time with family while also working with Ballet Magnificat where he is the Executive Director. In late January he and his amazing wife Kathy headed south of the equator for warmer weather to Ballet Magnificat Brazil’s, 1st Summer Dance Intensive in the beautiful city of Curitiba!!! An “Intensive” is a workshop comprised of intense technical and spiritual training, conducted by the artists of Ballet Magnificat’s professional touring companies and staff who guide the young dancers to develop their potential and seek God’s direction for their lives. As Mayberry folks might say, “Johnny Paul, you got’a right to be might proud.
Dennis Rush (Howie Pruitt/Williams) and his wife Judy have been having fun in the San Diego, Calif. hometown area during the Christmas season. They then took what seems to be their yearly pilgrimage to Hawaii for ziplining, hiking, a luau, and beautiful sunsets. Sure beats sailing boats in a flooded basement. Check out the Event Calendar for details about Dennis and his planned appearances, along with Mayberry partner Keith Thibodeaux, coming up this year that you will not want to miss.
Joy Ellison (Effie Muggins, Mary Scobey and Mary Wiggins) checked in saying she was doing well and had an experience in December seeing the band Manhattan Transfer in the final concert of their career. She said that was a fantastic evening. We wonder if Bobby (or Freddy) Fleet and the Band with the Beat might step up to feel the void left in the concert schedule.
Margaret Kerry (Bess Muggins and Helen Scobey) was at Animate!Raleigh in North Carolina on January 5-7 and has been busy of late because she and her husband are moving again! This time they are moving to a brand new senior living community. Margaret reports they are excited about the move but the task of moving and downsizing is a challenge. The move will be completed sometime in February just in time to celebrate their fourth year anniversary on is February 14th so the move is their anniversary gift to each other.
Ronnie Schell (two episodes and Duke Slater on “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.”) is doing well and received many well wishes from fans for his 92nd birthday on December 23, 2023. He posted the following in response, “I want to thank everyone who remembered me on my birthday. Thanks. Hope you had a Merry Christmas and wish you all a Happy New Year!”
That’s all the news I was able to dig up for this issue. If you run across “news of cast and crew, ” please consider passing it along to me by email <email@example.com> with the subject “News of Cast & Crew.”
****Fan Update ****
Weaver’s was fortunate to hear from a BIG fan of The Andy Griffith Show recently and thought it would be nice for all us fans to share. Mayberry fan and country music icon T. Graham Brown appears regularly on the Grand Ole Opry and has performed at Mayberry Days! (Okay, maybe I listed those things in the wrong order but hey…this is a Mayberry newsletter.) He is a huge fan of the show and is most certainly “one of us.” I (Allan) have been blessed to be able to speak with him, quote lines from the show to one another and I’ll tell you it was hard to keep up with him. He *knows* Mayberry. Here’s a note from him, to all of us:
“Mayberry is everyone’s ideal. I’ve been a citizen for my whole life. Andy is my mentor. Barney is my buddy. Floyd keeps me groomed. Gomer and Goober keep my tank filled. Aunt Bee loves me and always makes sure I’m fed. Opie is my pal. All the rest complete Otis’s mosaic. Fun fact from Johnny Paul Jason: If you put a horse hair in stagnation water, it’ll turn into a snake. I love my hometown.T. Graham Brown
****Chapter News ****
Mayberry chapter (Knoxville, Tenn.) members attended their annual Christmas gathering on December 9th at the home of “Mr. Schwamp” tribute artist Dennis Beal. The exchanged some really creative and original Mayberry related gifts to exchange during the gathering again this year. I thought it might be fun for us to see a list of they type of gifts the created this year so there’s a list below in the order they were opened. A complete list from previous years can be found at the following link: Mayberry Chapter – Christmas Gift Exchange Items
These are the gifts are in the order they were opened:
- doily that Aunt Bee makes for the jail cells
- cigar that Barney gave to Floyd for 35 cents a copy
- Mrs. Von Roder‘s picture with the beast of the 4th floor’s desk drawer with snake and tacks
- bell for ringing to get Malcolm Merriweather’s attention at Sunday dinner
- Floyd’s straw hat with a hula dancer on top he won at the county fair
- Carl Benson’s Wildcats drum set (excludes Carl’s mother)
- Otis Campbell’s blue robe with cigarettes in the pockets
- orange Mayberry hat Opie wore to play baseball
- Orville Monroe’s Funeral Parlor license plate
- Ted Weems CD (Barney says it’s real dreamy stuff)
- key chain from Heckmondwike, England
- Andy Griffith Show lunch box
- Mr. Schwamp fan with bad toupee
- hot water bottle that Jim Summers always wins for the sack race
- miniature Barney Santa suit
- “A Fading Flower of Forgotten Love” poem by Agnes Ellicott Strong framed
- picture of Gomer tribute artist David Beck with Shannon Beal
- Angelus picture framed that hung over Andy’s mantel on the show
- trivets with Otis Campbell’s picture on them
- glass bottle to hold Barney’s cider that’s turned hard
- picture of North Carolina’s governor Terry Sanford from 1961-1965
- “The Quotable Calvin Coolidge” book
- “Keep Cool with Coolidge” sticker
- “Mark Twain: His Words, Wit and Wisdom” book
The most popular items were stolen the maximum of three times were Floyd’s straw hat with a hula dancer on top, Carl Benson’s Wildcats drum set and the Andy Griffith lunch box. This sounds like so much fun and I’m thankful to the Mayberry Chapter for letting us share in their fun.
Mayberry Chapter also gathered to celebrate Ronnie Schell‘s and Morgan Brittany‘s birthdays. They really ‘ppreciate both cast members for letting the call and talk with them for about 30 minutes each. Ronnie is always good to share juicy Hollywood gossip with us!
Don’t forget that the Mayberry chapter produces a paper newsletter with the latest edition publishing this very month. The Mayberry Minutes is available for $20 for two or three 16 page issues per year or $10 for a pdf version. If you like your Mayberry news on paper, or as a pdf, Mayberry Minutes is a great option. For more info, contact editor Dennis Beal at KingOfMayberry@comcast.net.
“Oh Brother She Is a Dog!” Chapter (Hookstown, Penn.) lead by chapter leader Dixie reported that she was watching “The Christmas Story” episode to get into the Christmas spirit. She reported that she loves it when Barney comes in dressed as Santa! “Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas!”
That’s all the reports we received here at Weaver’s Newsletter since our last issue. Please send in your chapter reports (firstname.lastname@example.org) and show off your chapter’s Mayberry spirit. We love to hear from you as would your fellow TAGS fans.
**** Merchandise Update ****
Ben Weaver has full shelves with all your Mayberry shopping needs. Enjoy checking out the many fun items in our online store store. Here are some highlights:
These “rock” shaped stress relievers are perfect for squeezing and work that stress out of the body. Even if you do end up throwing one at someone causing you stress, it’s unlikely to do much harm. So, feel safe in bringing out your inner “Ernest T.” with the “Prettiest rock ya ever did see.”
Ernest T. Bass is always looking for the best throwing rock and Weaver’s has them. You can see right there on the rock that it’s the “prettiest rock ya ever did see” and you’ll be proud to carry it, or them if you buy more than one, in your burlap sack.
2024 Andy Griffith Show Wall Calendar –
Welcome to Mayberry! Plan your year with The Andy Griffith Show. This classic American comedy series was one of only three TV shows to end while still at the top of the Nielsen ratings.
Start each month with classic shots of Andy, Opie, Aunt Bee and rest of Mayberry. Some images are black and white for a throwback feel, while others are presented in vivid full color.
Covers 16 months from September 2023 – December 2024
One month is over two pages with an image at the top and calendar page on the bottom. Jot down plans and notes in the unruled daily blocks.
Includes a page with 4 extra calendar grids for September 2023 through December 2023 for early planning
Hang on a wall in your home, office or at school for a full year of planning and beyond
Printed on glossy paper stock suitable for pen and pencil notetaking. Measures 12″ x 12″ when closed, 12″ x 24″ when open.
The calendar consists of 366 days of all-new fun facts. Creator Randy Turner tried something different this time and wrote an “All Holiday” edition of the calendar. Each bit of daily trivia is tied to an official or unofficial holiday for the entire year!.
The calendar stands on a built-in easel and is designed to be used as a ring-bound desk calendar throughout the year with pages that are flipped over each day instead of being removed. At the end of the year, the easel can be removed, if desired, and it becomes a book that can be kept as a reference.
Start each day with a 4″ x 5.75″ fun fact.
If you enjoyed the Mayberry Man movie or if you would like to add a Mayberry feel to your favorite card game, Weaver’s has something for you.
This deck of 54 playing cards (2 Joker cards) each featuring a unique scene/character from the 2021 Mayberry Man movie is perfect for playing Go Fish, Gin Rummy, or whatever they were playing over at the Mayberry Hotel. The cards are very good quality and are smooth to deal. You may even be able to use them to see how many wishes Count Istvan Teleky might give you….he gave Opie three wishes. He’s crazy about children.
The back of each card features the characters Chris Stone (Brett Varvell), Kate (Ashley Elaine), Barney (Rik Roberts) and Floyd (Allan Newsome) along with the Mayberry patrol car.
Perfect for having cast members autograph or just regular ole playing with.
There are some amazing new books that have been published recently. Everything from an updated Mayberry Travel Guide to the first of a brand new children’s book series detailing The Adventures of Young Andy is available.
Fans will love the reference books by authors Neil Brower and SpiritWalker. Weaver’s also has the return & update of the VERY popular Everybody on the Truck giving details the Darling family’s real life counterparts, The Dillards.
Great as gifts and for your very own library. Drop by the book section of Weaver’s to see all we have to offer. Below are a few more great books to consider making your own.
This magnet will look great on your refrigerator, file cabinet, or somewhere else in your Mayberry collection. It would also be a great gift for the Mayberry fan in your life. (Available: Mayberry Deputy Badge Wooden Magnet)
Size: 3 inches across
Made of Cherry wood.
Writing on one side. Backside is blank.
***Floyd’s Four Chair Shop Crossword Puzzle***
Here’s the solution to Floyd’s Four Chair Shop Crossword Puzzle from the last issue (Click the link to try your hand at the puzzle before you scroll down for the answers). Yes, Floyd did get clipper-happy with a few puzzle spaces, so a couple of the answers were slightly confused. But what do you expect from Floyd! With that big-city manicurist in his shop, he’s just not as razor-sharp as he used to be.
NOTE: This crossword was originally published in The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club official newsletter, The Bullet (Volume 4, Issue 2) April 13, 1988. The Answers were published in the October 3, 1988 (Volume 4, Issue 3).
**** Mayberry on the Web ****
The iMayberry Community
This TAGSRWC online group is organized and overseen by webmaster Allan “Floyd” Newsome with most of the work begin done by Keith “Col. Harvey” Brown. You can check out the fun of this online community and sign up for free at: http://imayberrycommunity.com.
The iMayberry Community complements our other online activities, including our main www.imayberry.com page, podcasts, Facebook pages, online newsletters (such as The Weaver’s Newsletter), weaversdepartmentstore.com and chat rooms.
“Two Chairs, No Waiting” is our weekly podcast of TAGS news, interviews and pretty much whatever’s happening in and around Mayberry. It’s hosted by Allan Newsome.
There’s a new episode every Tuesday (and you can watch and listen during live recording of the show on Monday evenings at 8pm ET @ live.twochairsnowaiting.com ). As of this week, there have been a mind-boggling 772 episodes since Allan launched the podcast over 15 years ago, in October 2008. Past episodes are in an online Archives in case you want to listen to or view installments you’ve missed. Surely you can find a few episodes you’d enjoy out of all those that are available. OH….they are all FREE!
And look around the main Mayberry Podcasts (https://iMayberry.com/podcaasts) web page for various other links, including one for another outstanding Mayberry-related podcast: “Burke on Mayberry“ (hosted by TAGSRWC’s Kevin Burke since 2008). There are also links for the Mayberry Devotional hosted by Brian Rose and for the Mayberry Bible Study Podcast.
TAGSRWC’s official page on Facebook has over 250,000 Followers. You can find us at www.facebook.com/tagsrwc. If you haven’t already dropped by the page, we hope you’ll check it out sometime when you have the chance. We invite you to become a TAGSRWC Facebook Friend!
We also have links in our “Liked by this Page” section to the pages (in the “About” section) of several TAGSRWC chapters on Facebook, as well as to Facebook pages for Mayberry Days,® the Andy Griffith Museum, TAGS actors and others. Click “See All” to check out all the links.
Even Ben Weaver has his own Facebook page at www.facebook.com/weaversdepartmentstore. It features all the latest in Mayberry items and merchandise news.
And TAGSRWC also has a growing presence on www.MeWe.com. Mayberry’s pioneering outpost on MeWe is “Sittin’ on a Velvet Pillow” chapter, headed up by Lynn Thomas. That group was followed in short order by Allan Newsome and the “Two Chairs, No Waiting” Podcast and by “Only One Word I Can Think of…Big!” (a TAGSRWC group that’s also on Facebook), administered by Myron Clark and Tommy Rainwater and an able crew.
In case you’re not familiar with MeWe, it’s similar to Facebook a lot smaller and a bit more calm. It has no ads so it’s more along the lines of a quiet street like Willow or Woods Way as compared to the hustle and bustle of Main Street in downtown Mayberry. (“You’re on my foot! You’re on my foot!”) If you’re looking to “relax, slow down, take it easy,” then you might want to check out some of the TAGSRWC groups on MeWe.
**** Post Note ****
Here we are the close of this issue of Weaver’s Newsletter. I want to thank everyone who sent chapter and event updates. A BIG thank you all of you who have dropped by and shopped at WeaversDepartmentStore.com. The support from you and everyone who visits us at Weaver’s means so much to Jan and me. We hope you are enjoying the Newsletter.
Between issues of the Weaver’s Newsletter, you can keep up with all that’s going on in and around Mayberry by being part of the daily Who’s Been Messin’ Up the Bulletin Board? (aka “WBMUTBB?”) Digest. It’s free and you can sign up for that list by going to WBMUTBB.com and choosing the “Join/Subscribe/Unsubscribe” link. Check out the WBMUTBB Facebook GROUP with links to more WBMUTBB chapter WBMUTBB.com. The Facebook group is private and administered by me (Allan) so I hope that makes you feel better about joining in on the fun. It’s made up of TAGS fans only and I do my best to make sure things are fun for all…both on the WBMUTBB Digest emails and the WBMUTBB Facebook group.
Finally, the next issue of our Weaver’s Newsletter will be published in March so make sure you’re subscribed and don’t miss an issue.