Senior Correspondent Shares More Stories From Residents

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Resident Clara Sias was given her third opportunity to further share her story for Senior Correspondent which frequently features our residents' stories.

In Clara's current article, she recalls her days of growing up on a small, 1930's farm in the eastern Washington state town of Tonasket. Tending to the family cows, Clara outlines her memories with the neighbors as they'd bring the cows home from grazing at the end of the day. In the evening, she helped her papa with the milk separator. Her family used every bit - cream for hot cereal, butter once enough cream was accumulated, then hot biscuits and butter for breakfast.

Clara loved the sound of cowbells each day as she'd bring the cows home. To learn more about Clara and her family’s farm, read her full story, Cowbells and Hot Biscuits, here.

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