Friday, August 05, 2005

Welcome Home Jack!

Jack Lepper lived in Sherwood since 1959 until he retired East of the mountains a few years ago. Most of us remember Jack as the man who managed Garrigus Lumber Yard. Jack was also in town the day the building was bulldozed to make room for the new City Hall. A party was held in his honor at the Senior Center today, but he almost didn't make it. It wasn't just the old Garrigus building that had disappeared. "All the old landmarks have disappeared. I wasn't always so sure where I was driving!" he said.

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