June 8, 2014 - June 14, 2014
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June 14, 2014

To: papa
happy 70th birthday papa we love you! Love- brody and henry
—brody meinz

To: al
happy 70th birthday dad! thanks for turning me on to prairie home companion + for being the best papa ever! love, fieda
—elizabeth meinz

To: Bill Winternitz
Of Tuscaloosa. Happy 93rd Birthday! Keep your saintly wife happy....and the orchids blooming. From Charlie and Tigger
—Jones Fowler

To: My mom, Joyce
Happy 80th birthday! The celebration continues.
—Beth Newcom

To: Henry Schoemehl
Thanks for letting us introduce your girls to Prairie Home Companion. Sorry you have to listen at home. By the way KWMU is at 90.7. See you for dinner, we'll buy the first round.
—Mary & Kirk Hunsaker

To: Tim Caveny
Happy 24th anniversary.! You are just as handsome as you were in high school, just with less hair . Love, Candace
—Candace Caveny

To: Jeremy Grise
We'll be in the audience at the Fox, celebrating 11 years of marriage! A gift from Grammy and Mo, big Garrison Keillor fans.
—Stephanie Grise

To: Tim and Pat Bollmann
Happy Fathers Day Tim Bollmann. Hope you and Mom sell the house soon so you can begin your new adventure in St. Paul. Love, Shay
—Shay Dyle

To: Anna
Sugar, Rosie and I missed you! Glad your home this weekend. Tell Sam to get the bacon out of his pocket.
—Jeff Schnelle

To: Tait
Happy Birthday! Can't wait to celebrate with some Beboparoobop Rhubarb Pie.
—Kelly Ann Blanchard

To: Gram & Pa
Happy Saturday from your Teeny Little Super Guy down in Houston, Texas!
—Teeny Little Super Guy

To: Garrison Keillor
Happy 40th Anniversary to you and The Prairie Home Companion Show. Your St. Louis fans adore you! You are a national treasure......our modern day Mark Twain.
—Stephen Lilley

June 13, 2014

To: Rachel, James & Cassie
We are here in St Louis, thought you might want to the way,we are celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary at Prairie Home Companion!! Love, Mom& Dad
—Randy & Cathy Pigman

To: Jim and Suzanne Lorey
Happy Belated Birthday Dad! And Happy Early 47th Wedding Anniversary!! Thanks to you and Mom for being such awesome parents and grandparents over the years! Love, your family in St. Louis P.S. Someday we'll beat you at Scrabble!!
—Kristan Lorey

To: John Brazelton
Love to Dad, in whose eyes we are always brilliant and beautiful. Who raised us to be strong, capable women. From "Skirt" and "Little Skirt".
—Joan and Kathy Brazelton

June 12, 2014

To: Tim
Happy Birthday from your big sister - enjoy the show. I hope you are successful getting Garrison's autograph this go around as he is not getting any younger.
—Ann Marie Schwein

To: Mom and Dad, Clifford and Judy, Mark and Dena, Bruce and Marla
No matter how much fun we're having, it would be so much better if you were all here. Next year, let's reserve a whole row!
—Margaret Roe

June 10, 2014

To: BeBe and MeMe
If the sheriff's department calls you, I'm not the one who left the gate open and let the cows out. Daddy did. I hope ya'll are enjoying St. Louis. Love, your wonderful, perfect grandson!
—James Dabney Polk

To: Sharen Schroeder
One of our early dates was seeing Garrison at Southern Illinois Univeristy - here we are again on our 6th anniversary, still having fun! (6/14 St Louis show)
—Dave Schroeder
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