The Colony Dudes And The River Rats

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AuthorHouse, Jun 24, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 60 pages
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The Colony Dudes And The River Rats is about a girl named Maggie, who laughed, loved, and had hilarious adventures in a small southern town in Alabama. She and her parents and siblings, Minnie, Velma, and Rachael were "city dudes" that moved from the city to Mount Olive. The book is mostly about Maggie and Rachael growing up together and 'how it used to be' in the 40s and 50s. You'll feel like you are experiencing the outrageously funny antics that these female Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn got into.

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Joyce Roy-Hall has authored several books and magazine articles. She was the proponent of six military regulations and two indexes for the headquarters and missile school on Redstone Arsenal, Alabama where she was employed. Her job required extensive written reports. Joyce attended grade schools in Mount Olive, Mortimer Jordan High School in Morris, extension centers for Calhoun and Athens Colleges in Huntsville, many hours of administrative courses at The Training Center on the Arsenal and job related seminars/workshops in Washington DC, Kansas City Kansas, and Indianapolis IN. She prepared training material and taught courses in preparing correspondence and other subjects under the purview of her job at Redstone Arsenal and outlying Army units in Kirtland AFB New Mexico, Indianhead Maryland and Fort Bliss Texas. Furthermore, she was appointed by the Missile School’s Commandant to be on the Command Inspection Team which required oral and written reports to the executive levels. She retired in 1988. She now resides in Seymour, Tennessee.

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