Shelearned todrive in1994.She was awonderfulstoryteller,which made herthe perfect tourguide.Her cherry piewas youngestgrandsonJames'sfavorite.She, husbandDwight, andbaby Russelmoved toOregon in1949.She was halfNorwegianand halfCzech.She had sixgreatgrandchildrenwhen shepassed away.The Podest girlswere infamous forrolling a dozen eggsdown a hill inSmallwood, notcracking a singleone.She started herjob as curatorof the KamWahChung Museumin 1980.Herfavoritecolor wasblue.She wasalways a goodeater and onlyworried aboutweight whenshe lost it!Shehandmade abeautiful quiltfor eachgrandchild.The Podestsspent 1933 in theirSmallwood cabindue to the GreatDepression.She was afraid ofheights and oncehad to be led byhand on a hillsidehike while shecovered her eyes.She was muchmore than a bigsister to Marilynafter theirmother died in1935.When she firstarrived in John Day,some people had ahard timeunderstanding herBrooklyn accent.She was agood squirrel,who lived offthe land andsavedEVERYTHING!Her parents wereRudy and IrenePodest, who metat the O Henrycandy factory inNew York.Chrissy was herfavored caninecompanion, oftengetting cookies orice cream afterdinner.She maderecordings ofherself readingstorybooks andsinging Christmassongs for hergrandkids.She and herfour childrenwere activelyinvolved inScouts and 4-H.She got her greenthumb from herdaddy, Rudy,whose veggiegarden got themthrough 1933.A Chinese manthat visited themuseum askedher to marry himand move toChina, but shedeclined the offer.She and hermother Irenewere both bornin Brooklyn,New York.She rode amotocyclefor the firsttime in 2001.Shelearned todrive in1994.She was awonderfulstoryteller,which made herthe perfect tourguide.Her cherry piewas youngestgrandsonJames'sfavorite.She, husbandDwight, andbaby Russelmoved toOregon in1949.She was halfNorwegianand halfCzech.She had sixgreatgrandchildrenwhen shepassed away.The Podest girlswere infamous forrolling a dozen eggsdown a hill inSmallwood, notcracking a singleone.She started herjob as curatorof the KamWahChung Museumin 1980.Herfavoritecolor wasblue.She wasalways a goodeater and onlyworried aboutweight whenshe lost it!Shehandmade abeautiful quiltfor eachgrandchild.The Podestsspent 1933 in theirSmallwood cabindue to the GreatDepression.She was afraid ofheights and oncehad to be led byhand on a hillsidehike while shecovered her eyes.She was muchmore than a bigsister to Marilynafter theirmother died in1935.When she firstarrived in John Day,some people had ahard timeunderstanding herBrooklyn accent.She was agood squirrel,who lived offthe land andsavedEVERYTHING!Her parents wereRudy and IrenePodest, who metat the O Henrycandy factory inNew York.Chrissy was herfavored caninecompanion, oftengetting cookies orice cream afterdinner.She maderecordings ofherself readingstorybooks andsinging Christmassongs for hergrandkids.She and herfour childrenwere activelyinvolved inScouts and 4-H.She got her greenthumb from herdaddy, Rudy,whose veggiegarden got themthrough 1933.A Chinese manthat visited themuseum askedher to marry himand move toChina, but shedeclined the offer.She and hermother Irenewere both bornin Brooklyn,New York.She rode amotocyclefor the firsttime in 2001.

Carolyn Micnhimer Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. She learned to drive in 1994.
  2. She was a wonderful storyteller, which made her the perfect tour guide.
  3. Her cherry pie was youngest grandson James's favorite.
  4. She, husband Dwight, and baby Russel moved to Oregon in 1949.
  5. She was half Norwegian and half Czech.
  6. She had six great grandchildren when she passed away.
  7. The Podest girls were infamous for rolling a dozen eggs down a hill in Smallwood, not cracking a single one.
  8. She started her job as curator of the Kam Wah Chung Museum in 1980.
  9. Her favorite color was blue.
  10. She was always a good eater and only worried about weight when she lost it!
  11. She handmade a beautiful quilt for each grandchild.
  12. The Podests spent 1933 in their Smallwood cabin due to the Great Depression.
  13. She was afraid of heights and once had to be led by hand on a hillside hike while she covered her eyes.
  14. She was much more than a big sister to Marilyn after their mother died in 1935.
  15. When she first arrived in John Day, some people had a hard time understanding her Brooklyn accent.
  16. She was a good squirrel, who lived off the land and saved EVERYTHING!
  17. Her parents were Rudy and Irene Podest, who met at the O Henry candy factory in New York.
  18. Chrissy was her favored canine companion, often getting cookies or ice cream after dinner.
  19. She made recordings of herself reading storybooks and singing Christmas songs for her grandkids.
  20. She and her four children were actively involved in Scouts and 4-H.
  21. She got her green thumb from her daddy, Rudy, whose veggie garden got them through 1933.
  22. A Chinese man that visited the museum asked her to marry him and move to China, but she declined the offer.
  23. She and her mother Irene were both born in Brooklyn, New York.
  24. She rode a motocycle for the first time in 2001.