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WELCOME to the Coal Mine Restaurant in Bremond, Texas.

The occasion for this particular Snider family celebration was Christine Snider Knapik's Surprise 82nd birthday party hosted by her daughter, Cathy Penick, son-in-law Jim, granddaughter, Rachel, and the staff at the Coal Mine Restaurant in Bremond.

But it seems the cat was out of the bag!
"I knew they wuz up to something. Didn't fool me. And I knew all about that chair. And I knew this wasn't no party for Winky!! So much for the surprise part of the surprise birthday party"!

Grandma Knapik with Proud Great grandkids!

The Snider and Knapik Families Wasted no Time Getting in Line to Be Served. Cathy and her crew at the Coal Mine served up a great meal with many Polish dishes, Polish sausage, chicken fried steaks, all kinds of fresh vegetables...home cooking out of this world!!

If anyone went home hungry, it was his own fault! In addition to the main entrees, Cathy and her crew had served up a great salad bar.

Younger Brother Louis Snider and his wife, Natalie brought up one of Louis's giant tomatoes he grew in his garden. Al Snider and Christine Knapik were amused at the talk about the giant vegetable. One slice of that tomatoe would cover a 1/2 pound burger!!

Louis Snider is now the oldest living son of the Mike Snider family. He and wife Natalie made the celebration for older sister, Christine especially joyful!

Christine inspecting her cake. !!

Christine had no problem blowing out those candles. Guess her birthday wish will come true!. !!

Christine opening her presents! She especially enjoyed her present from Dan Storemski and his wife. They had blown up and framed an early childhood picture of Christine and her brother! What a thoughtful gift!

Many thanks to Cathy and Jim Penick and the crew at the Coal Mine for a fabulous birthday celebration that the Snider and Knapik families will long remember.


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