Carol Broeder's Blog – September 2011 Archive (4)

Wear blue in memory of Sarah

The Rex Allen Days Committee is dedicating the Rex Allen Days Parade to my little sister, Sarah Broeder. Sarah's favorite color was blue. So, I had this idea that on the day of the parade, people could wear blue to show her that they're thinking about her. It could be something as simple as a blue shirt. But I understand that some people who are in the parade have very strict dress codes, so I have in my possession, beautiful blue ribbons that people marching in the parade can wear on their…


Added by Carol Broeder on September 27, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

I am posting this on behalf of Elizabeth Broeder.

I HAVE AN IDEA!!!!!! (it's a little late notice) but I thought maybe, because this year's Rex Allen Days is dedicated to Sarah Rose Catherine Broeder, her friends could wear BLUE to the parade...for the ones that won't be in the parade, just wear a blue shirt or sumthin.. but if some of her friends are in the parade, it would look so cool if were little splashes of blue through out the parade lines ... but I understand if some people have really strict dress codes for the parade ... so… Continue

Added by Carol Broeder on September 25, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Rex Allen Days 2011 Dedication -- Sarah Rose Catherine Broeder

(I am posting this especially for our out-of-town family and friends who may not get to see the 2011 Rex Allen Days Program, which was distributed in Willcox this week. Words cannot express our gratitude to the Rex Allen Days, Inc. Board for doing this.)



From "Welcome by Michelle Mullins, RAD President, page 5 of the Rex Allen Days program:

"The Rex Allen Days Inc. Board would like to dedicate Rex Allen Days 2011 to Earl Moser and Sarah Broeder. Throughout…


Added by Carol Broeder on September 24, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

After The Burial - by James Rusell Lowell


Yes, faith is a goodly anchor;

When skies are sweet as a psalm,

At the bows it lolls so stalwart,

In bluff, broad-shouldered calm.


And when over breakers to leeward

The tattered surges are hurled,

It may keep our head to the tempest,

With its grip on the base of the world.


But, after the shipwreck, tell me

What help…


Added by Carol Broeder on September 13, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

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