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Unadilla Newsletter - March 14, 2009 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
3-14 - Legion District #12 Convention at Syracuse High School

3-17 - Library open 5-6:00 p.m.
St. Patrick’s Day

3-18 - Safety Committee meeting, 9:00 a.m. at Village Office

3-19 - Christian Church Circle meets at the Church

4-4  - Spring Fling at the Christian Church


Did you remember to set your clocks ahead?

The Unadilla Area Community Foundation met Tuesday, 3-3, at the Village Office. Those present: Barb Wilhelm, Peggy Leefers, Maureen Vogt, Larry Larson, and Bob Brandt. Visitor: Ernie Weyeneth of the Kimmel Charitable Foundation. Plans for next year’s Groundhog Day were discussed as well the speaker for the community. Peggy reported she has the gym reserved for 2010. Mr. Weyeneth has shown interest in our drive to raise money for the shelter over the picnic tables. He will be contacted after the Foundation has acquired some quotes on the project. Next meeting will be May 5th, 10:00 a.m., at the Village Office. The Foundation is always looking for new members and new ideas – please join us!

Loren, Andrea, Madalynn, and Nicole Stubbendick are back home after 7 days in beautiful Hawaii. Why didn’t you bring us some warm weather?

Unadilla United Methodist Women met March 4 in the Fellowship Hall with 11 members present. Maxine Stillwell opened the meeting by reading a devotional. She also read a letter from a friend, wondering why he hadn’t heard from them for such a long time. It was signed, “Your friend, Jesus.”

The Purpose was read in unison. A corsage for missions was given to hostess Betty Wallen.

Maxine Stilwell, Spiritual Growth, read from Response magazine about a UMW group getting older and unable to keep up with all former activities, much like this group. Irma Taylor, Social Action, sent two cards in February. Everyone signed a birthday card for Elsie Snyder, who is now living in assisted living in Tecumseh. Her 90th birthday will be March 17th.

Members were reminded to save labels to take to Spring Retreat, April 25th at South Gate Church in Lincoln. Good Friday Services will be April 10th, 7:30 p.m. at the Christian Church.

Averil Gartner gave the lesson, “This is the Fast I Choose”. Isaiah 58:1-12 was read by June Tipken. Other readers were: Rose Ann Duncan, Maxine Stilwell, Norma Jean Boettcher, May Lamb, and Susie Wyatt. “Hymn of Praise” was sung.

Next meeting: April 1st; Leader, Mary Gartner, hostess, Susie Wyatt.

Jenice Bates, Judy Schwab, Lois Johnson, and Barb Wilhelm met early Saturday morning and decorated the old Variety Store windows in anticipation of the Legion District #12 Convention on March 14th at the Syracuse High School. Thanks to Bill Formanack for the “recruiting poster”. The Auxiliary Mission and projects were outlined as well as a display about the “Angel Backpacks” project. If you’re interested in joining the Auxiliary or just want to help, please contact any of the above members.

The Ken Johnson family just returned from Orlando, FL, visiting Mickey Mouse and touring with the Blackwood Brothers. On the way down they stayed with Randy & Lisa Byrd, bass singer for the Blackwoods. On the way home they stopped at Pensacola, FL, and visited the Abeka Academy, where Kyle’s home school programs are produced. The family also stopped at Unadilla, GA, and picked up one of their newspapers.

Upcoming birthdays include: Kenny Baker and Leonard Lemka on 3-14; Elsie Snyder on 3-17; and Gordon Hopp and Darlene Isaacs on 3-18.

Friday, 3-12-1909, The Otoe Union: Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls were available at W.F. Hair’s. A son was born to William Hendricks’. A number of local farmers bought Page & Anderson Lumber and would operate as Farmer’s Lumber Company. John Bose would be the manager. The J.J. Holt family moved to York. S. Rodaway had his big wood pile cut into stove wood lengths. Myrtle Fentiman and Ola Robison were married and moved onto the Wilson farm north of Unadilla. The editor advised keeping the temperature of the egg chamber at 103º until the chicks begin to hatch, and then run the incubator at 105º. (Handy information in these economic times!)


Barb Wilhelm, 402-828-5705, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it