James Robert Dorroh and Houston Kirk, enjoy the morning sitting under the shade of the Maple tree. Both Crayne people from way back. Both are in their 80's. Both fine gentlemen.
Crayne Day was only a shadow of it's former days, with only a few yards sales sit up and that was all. James Robert had some entertainment of music and Rodney Paris was there with his wooden puppet Finis, who danced on a wooden board. Both were really good entertainment.
So many of the former residents that helped with that first Crayne Day so many years ago, have passed away. It's sad to see the little community without it former citizens. People who loved the community and made it a wonderful place to live. But thanks to James Robert for trying to keep the tradition of Crayne Day alive.