I remember when I was going to school for radio at Amarillo college. I always had Wednesday's as my day to go to Kabuki for lunch. That was my first experience with Hibachi. It's fun to sit at a counter top stove and watch the chef cook your food in front of you.
So the good news came out recently that I think everyone in Canyon can agree is great. Free food. Yes, students in Canyon Independent School District can now eat for free. I am talking about breakfast and lunch.
If I told you we as Amarilloan's were generous what would you think? We have seen it time and time again. It has especially been noticed during this year we call 2020. We have stepped up to help people. That is what being generous is all about.
In a year that has had more downs than ups it is nice to have something that is able to happen. We have had many events have to cancel. We have had others that decided to postpone until a later date. Some events have been able to find a way to go on.
So here we are in the month of October. Of course Oktoberfest is a thing. Just like we are all Irish at St Patrick's Day we are all a bit German in October. All the great German food and the great German Beer. This is the time to try it all.
Every October the Panhandle Down Syndrome Guild has a fun event every year called the Buddy Walk. I have attended it several times. It really is a lot of fun so the thoughts of how to top that during this age of social distancing was a task. They crushed it.
The ammunition store Steel Heart Tactical was hit with damage as well as Phone Medic. The Owner Debbie Jobe took to Facebook the blaze that engulfed her businesses including the aftermath of the electrical fire.