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It’s the week after Easter the spring redbuds and dogwoods are in bloom. It’s time for mushrooms to be out, and outdoor activities such as planting the garden, and watching ball games are the new normal. Spring has sprung.
We wish Paulette Sievers a very happy birthday. She celebrated with her husband, Norman, at home Sunday, April 24.
Calhoun Entertainment Company will have the “Jamboree Performance” on Sunday, July 10. The place and time will be announced closer to the date.
Mike Siemer’s daughter, Santina, has been visiting with the family and is returning home to California this week.
Linda Russell’s company over the weekend were: Jeremy and Angie Russell and daughters Zoe, and Sadie. They enjoyed outdoor fun, and games while there.
Ben and Amy Schatzle, and children Ian and Alice; and Dave and Rachel Bick, and children Levi, and Claire were weekend guests of Lindy and Martha Bick’s home over the weekend.
St. Barbara’s Altar Society will meet Monday, May 2, in the church basement at 7 p.m.
St. Vincent DePaul Society is open Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for food and clothing. The location is 105 French St., Hardin, IL. The phone number is 618-576-2500.
The St. Vincent DePaul Society helps with rent, utilities, GED, mortgage, and other agencies. Call the volunteer hotline at 1-618 -310-1141 for help…
The historical Society met at the Fill Inn Station on Tuesday, April 19. There were around 38 members who enjoyed a meal together and heard speaker, Nick Voke, of the Jerseyville area tell the history of Dere Plain in southern Calhoun County. His presentation was informative and interesting.
We wish Bill Tepen a good recovery after a recent hospital stay. Our thoughts and prayers are with him.
Bernie and Carrie Wallendorf had a recent vacation to the Dominican Republic. They flew in and saw the beautiful scenery and ocean. They especially enjoyed snorkeling underwater. It was a lot of fun. The food was great and the beach was warm and beautiful. They returned home Sunday.
Bernie and Robin Hillen and Lindy and Martha Bick attended Bessie Webster’s funeral Saturday. Many of those paying their respects were from the Batchtown area.
Robin Hillen and Mary Ann Bailey attended the Calhoun Band Concert Sunday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed hearing the kids play familiar tunes that we all enjoy.
Jeff, Ted, and Chris Franke along with Chris’s friend, Susan, spent Easter with their Mom, Elsie Kirn. Chris and Susan brought all the food and it was good. Later in the day, Lindsey Franke, Jeff’s daughter, came to spend some time with Grandma. So it was a good day.
Never Leave It Till It’s Done
Never leave it till it’s done.
Be the labor great or small
Do it well or not at all