“Once I got my driver’s liscence, I was so excited. I could now drive wherever I wanted. And now I realize that there is nowhere to go…”
Despite that statement, my current place of residence is not too empty. Our downtown is the hub of our farmer’s market and local buisnesses. On the highway running through our town, we have a borwling alley and a Wal-Mart. Further down, we have a B&B Theatres Six. Even further in a line, our Community College, Crowder College, offers two-year degrees for students entering into the work force, or those going to bigger university.
In one strip conviently labeled Neosho Blvd., every fast food place one could think of in a small town is located. Drive down the strip and choose from burgers, burgers, more burgers, ice cream, Roast Beef sandwiches, and did I mention burgers?
Also located on this strip is our high school. Our high school is not the best, but it could be worse. We could have Asbestos still in our floor tiles. Thankfully, we only have in our ceilings. Our lockers could still be the only, rusted Iron ones. Fortunatly, only our Jr. High end still has those. I don’t know if they still shut…..
Our school is always doing something, from athletics to music, our school is busy. The busiest thing is our Debate Squad. Neosho Debate Squad is number 6 in the nation and was number 2 last year.
Yes, my town had 10,000 people. But that only makes it small, not any less in activities or places to go…
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