Griggsville News – December 8, 2021
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Elementary Christmas Program, Dec. 16
The Elementary Christmas Program is Thursday, December 16 at 2 p.m. in the big gym.The 99th Annual Community Christmas Tree tradition will continue this year with a few changes. It will be held at the Griggsville American Legion Saturday afternoon, Dec. 18 from 1-4 p.m. We are sorry to announce there will not be a program but there will be plenty of free gifts for all children from birth through fourth grade. Santa and Frosty will also be on hand to take any last minute toy requests! Merry Christmas to all!
Backyard Bible Club is hosting a Merry Little CHRISTmas Party this Saturday, December 11 at 10 a.m. at the Griggsvivlle united Methodist Church. The party will include music, snacks, and the movie The Very First Noel, and games including Nativity Escape Room. Families and children are invited. We kindly ask that children ages 5 and under be accompanied by an adult. Questions? Please call or text Christine Henthorn at (217) 270-2398.
Cleve and Susanne Curry enjoyed seeing all their children during the Thanksgiving weekend. Those coming Wednesday and Thursday were Kevin and Sarah Hancock, Braxton and Trenton; Justin and Joelle Curry and Milana, Moira, Ella Nora, Katie, and Charlie; and Eric and Rachel Long, Carter and Aubrey. Saturday Cleve and Susanne visited John and Carol Lisa and Jack near Salisbury, after John had problems with a wound on his ankle the previous day. Susanne expressed to me how was wonderful to get to see all the grandchildren, with Jack coming the farthest from Loyola University in Maryland.
Congratulations to Jerek and Kelsey Jones of Mt. Sterling on the baptism of their son Knox. Pastor Robb Roper conducted the ceremony at the Perry United Methodist Church Sunday. Godparents are Uncle Tyler Jones of Mt. Sterling and Aunt Katie Long of Hurlburt Field, Fla. Knox’s grandparents are Kenny and Kim Blentlinger, Andy and Kathy Hazelrigg, and Mike and Kim Jones, all of Mt. Sterling, Rodney and Tammy Sharrow of Summer Hill, and Steve and Jennifer Liehr of Perry. Several great-grandparents were also able to attend, including Zane and Dorothy Keylor, Carole Blentlinger, Jim Smith, and Sharon Smith. A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony.
Janice Sneeden, Gary and Trena Martin, Bryan and Lila Marting and daughters, Amy, Braden and Caramia Martin, Stason and Amber Martin and sons and Jaci Kirk all enjoyed the musical “Elf” at the Hoogland Center of Arts in Springfield last Friday. This is a traditional Christmas experience given to the nieces and nephews as their Christmas gift from their Uncle Bryan and Aunt Lila. If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got.- Tony Robbins