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Santa's helper, Marsha Walker, writes

Marsha Walker writes:
That photo of Mema was worth every bit of effort Santa put into singing for her. What a sweet smile! Santa was happy to put forth his best voice.

Also, Tara, the puppy I advertised a couple of days ago, has found a new home with three children to play with. Thanks very much! --Marsha Walker
Thanks, Marsha Walker for arranging the "Santa Claus" Happy Birthday for Mrs. Marcum. The tradition of Judge Walker's unpredictable appearances in popular Columbia gathering places is every bit as cherished by Adair Countians as Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch "Take Me out to the Ballgame," or Happy Chandler singing "My Old Kentucky Home," at UK games. AND, thanks for the note on Tara. We'll update the entries to note another Marsha Walker Happy Ending Found Pet Story. St. Francis of Assisi is smiling down on you. Thanks for all you do. -EW

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