First Saturday breakfast, Chocolate Festival this weekend
Sympathy, empathy and condolences are extended to the Sauter family in the loss of their beloved mother, Georgia. She was highly respected in the area and her children now emulate her personality. Prayers are being lifted that their present grief will be brief.
On Saturday, Feb. 7, treat yourself to the great value of delicious omelets and never ending pancakes at the First Saturday Lions Breakfast from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Then waddle on down the street to the Activity Center where there is another delicious event: The Chocolate Festival; which offers you an outlet to purchase, and hide until next week, a great Valentine gift for your significant other. Admission is only $5 each, which allows you one bite samples of the vendor’s wares.
Speaking of Valentine’s Day…the Lyle Hotel, at 100 7th Street, is advertising a night of merriment from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 14. A suggested $10 donation will cover the live music for your easy listening or your dancing pleasure; no reservations needed.
The Twin Bridges Museum is getting a sprucing up for its opening in a couple of months. Members have discussed honoring our local military personnel with a grand display. Do you or have you had a family member in the service and wish to share their photo and a brief description of their service record? The originals would be photocopied and returned to you on the spot. Perhaps any memorabilia they might have ‘sent home’? Contact any member of the museum or better yet; stop by during one of their monthly meetings on second Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m.
You must have received your ballot in the mail for the school levy by now. I wouldn’t dream of influencing your vote one way or the other, but remember; our children are our future and we do want them as educated as possible; making the most money in order to afford the very best rest home when our time comes…right? Remember that ballot is due Feb. 10.
Well, folks our Seahawks gave it a good try…right up to that last play…geesh…But they had a great season and we have to give them credit for that. There has to be a loser and winner in every game and the winner is the team that played the best or made the least mistakes. There’s always next year.
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