Pleasant Hill: Volley For Hope is Oct. 7; support the cause
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By MARSHA HILL
Welcome to Fabulous Fall, for the season is here officially today. Hope you all will enjoy the change of season as much as I do, favorite one!
There will be a Hunter Safety course offered at Pleasant Hill Community Club Fri, Oct. 8 and Sat, Oct. 9 You may call Bill Graham (217)242-5589 or Dean Spann (217)491-2436. You must call to register and must attend both days. These gentlemen have been so gracious to offer this class every year for many youth and others in our community.
It’s time to order your Volley For Hope T-shirt, this is a sponsored annual event by the P.Hill High School Volleyball team. The game will be Thursday, Oct.7. All proceeds from the t-shirt sales, gift basket silent auction, 50/50 raffle, door prizes and serving game go to Amanda Pankratz and Amy Sidwell. Let’s “Pack the Place” and help two of our own! Please anyone wanting to donate contact grade school, phone (217)734-2311.
This is Farm Safety Week and how important in ours and surrounding rural communities! Harvest season is a reminder of the importance of farmers to our economy and our way of life. This hectic time also brings additional risks to agriculture workers. We want farmers to return home to their families at the end of each day. Each year since 1944, the third week of September has been recognized as National Farm Safety and Health Week. Thank you to all of our farmers, the many avenues this entails.
Deepest sympathy is extended to the families of Bonna June McKee, she lived long life out at the ‘Burg’. She will sure be missed by her family. Also sympathy extended to family of Carl Stauffer, he was from Nebo for most of his life.
“But farmers are patient men tried by brutal seasons, and if they weren’t plagued by dreams of generation, few would keep plowing Spring after Spring.” Richard Powers
“See it, taste it, smell it, and forget the time of day or year, Autumn needs no clock or calendar.” Hal Borland