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“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas” here in Kampsville thanks to Rob Parameter, Mark Becker, Jon Wankel and Bob Gardner for putting the lights on the poles. Also Bob Smith has his house all lit up and it’s awesome as always.
Debby Klunk and Mayor Amanda are working on getting Schumann Memorial Park decorated but a few snags have been hit and the weather hasn’t been cooperating. But I have no doubt with some help they will be able to get it done. Anyone available please help if you can.
My helpers and are busy working our “Christmas Magic” here in Kampsville to get ready for the 30th Annual Kids Christmas Party. Don’t let the word kid fool you. There is something for everyone at our party. Our basket raffles and raffle items are amazing. Thank you to some very generous donations of baskets and prizes. Everyone loves the treat walk. I’m going to need lots of bakers for this. Every kid receives a present and Santa will be there to visit the littles and the Grinch as well to get pictures and hand out bags of candy donated by Kampsville American Legion Post 1083 and the Kampsville American Legion Auxiliary.
The event will take place Sunday, Dec. 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Center for American Archeology Gym.
We will be wrapping gifts for the party this Sunday, Dec. 10, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Kampsville Legion.
Thank you to everyone who attended St. Anslems Game night to benefit St. Anslem’s Cemetery.
Calhoun High School and Jr. High under the direction of Scotty Browning and Lindsey Watters gave a wonderful band concert Sunday afternoon.
Sunday, Dec. 10, the Calhoun Entertainment Company will perform their annual Christmas Concert at the Presbyterian Hall in Hardin beginning at 2 p.m.
St. Norbert’s will have their live Nativity on Monday, Dec. 11, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
On Thursday, Dec. 14, “Stuff Your Stocking “ at the Presbyterian Hall in Hardin will begin at 6 p.m.
We are still looking for our Queen! Get those tickets bought and stop in for a delicious Virginia Becker dessert.
Sympathy to Bill Agney and family on the loss of his dad. Please keep them in your prayers and please add sweet little Stella Schultz to your prayers. Continue prayers as well for Angie Suhling, Joe Gress, Raymond Sievers, Keira Sievers, Margie Smith, Jerry Crader, Kathryn Chapman, Joyce Blumenberg, Sue Aderton, Connor Gilman, Kurt Roth, Diane Rose, Luanne Baalman, Linda Herkert, Cassie Blackwell, Meghan Jenkins, JoeAnne Feyerabend and Bev Mosbarger.