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Unadilla Newsletter April 1, 2009 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

4-7    Unadilla Merchants mtg 9:00 Village Office

American Legion Auxiliary meeting 1:30 @ Post Home

Library open 5-6 p.m.

4-8    Village Board mtg 7:30
4-9    Christian Church Circle at Jeanie Steinkuhler's home
4-10    Good Friday Service Christian Church 7:30
4-11    Unadilla Cemetery Board mtg. 10:00 Village Office
Condolences to Teresa Liesemeyer and Patty Rumery and their families on the loss of their father, Ernie Bro.
Norm & Rose Ann Duncan attended the memorial service for Patty Walcott in Elmwood Sunday afternoon.
Bob & Barb Wilhelm visited the International Quilt Study Center & Museum at 33rd & Holdrege, Lincoln, Sunday afternoon. They viewed both the "Yikes! Stripes!" and the "Chintz Appliqué" displays in the second floor gallery. The Virtual Gallery on the first floor displayed nearly 600 quilts by projection of all patterns and colors. Definitely worth the $5 admission fee!
Brian & Carrie Duncan, who live at Sawyer, ND, put out 600 sandbags in preparation of their "chest deep" snow melting. Although not right on the Red River, it sounds like they have the same problems.
Bob & Barb Wilhelm got treated to cake and ice cream Sunday evening to help celebrate Maisie Hillman's 7th birthday.
A reminder that dog licenses will expire April 30th. Please have a current copy of your dog's rabies vaccination when you renew.
The Community Foundation is looking for an organization to sell food at next year's Craft & Flea Market at the gym on Groundhog Day. If you're interested, please call Peggy Leefers at 828-5725.
The Syracuse boys and girls ball teams will be using our field again this season, with games and practices almost every evening. Janet and Diane Oelke and their church group will again be in charge of the concession stand this season.
Thank you to Bob Stanley for his "historical" contributions and for helping at the cemetery. We need more people like you, Bob!
Are you eligible for a Homestead Exemption on your property? Representatives from the County Assessor's office will be available to help you on April 16th, 10:00 - 1:00 at the Duncan Building.
Did you know that Americans use more than 14 billion paper cups every year, enough to circle the earth 55 times?
Just for kids: visit the International Children's Digital Library at www.childrenslibrary.org This is a free site with 3600 books from 60 countries and in 48 languages. Most have been translated to English. You can either view in the original or translated version or just look at the beautiful artwork. For ages 4 and up.
Happy Birthday to Berdean West on 4-3; Cindy Bassinger and Betty Wallen on 4-6; and Larry Larson on 4-7. Happy 43rd wedding anniversary to Russ & Trixie Ziemann on 4-3.
Friday, 4-2-1909, The Otoe Union: Paul Naeve went to Nebraska City to file his second set of naturalization papers. He took John Pell and Burt Russell along as witnesses. A.H. Soflin was doing all kinds of repair work. Farmers in North Russell were planting oats. A son was born to E. Kramers'. Elizabeth (Ashton) Breckbill died and was buried at Dudley Cemetery.