August 2013
Graham Leader;8/7/2013, Vol. 137 Issue 102, p5A
The article offers news briefs for Graham, Texas as of August 7, 2013 such as the free English as second language classes offered by the Graham Learning Center, the annual Rocky Mound Reunion to be held on August 10, and the potluck meal during the Loving Jamboree on August 10.


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