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Unadilla Newsletter - April 22, 2009 PDF  | Print |  E-mail

DATES TO REMEMBER

4-23 Pre-K spring concert (Junior High) 7:30

4-24 Arbor Day

4-26 Legion Pancake Feed @Post Home

4-28 Village Office closed

4-28 Library open 5-6

4-30 Kindergarten & 1st Grade spring concert (Junior High) 7:30

6-6 Clean-up day

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LOCAL NEWS

Please do not put leaves or other yard waste in the burn pile. This is a violation of our permit and could cause the burn pile to be closed.

Reminder: dog licenses expire April 30th.

In response to the “old news” a few weeks back, Black Measles was the common name for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Thanks Maureen!

Sunday, April 19th, Barb Wilhelm, Mary Hanke, Loy Boardman, Bev Koerner, Sheila Zavodny, Dean & Carol Fisk, Lucille Kriefels, Nancy Freye, and Ken & Dala Drake, attended the memorial service for their cousin and niece, Vicky (Morris) Cooper. The service was at Hamburg, IA. Vicky lost her battle with heart disease on April 13th.

Ruth & Vern Wilhelm have two new great-grandsons this month. Landon Scott Wilhelm was born to Jeff & Tricia Wilhelm, Republican City, and Charlie Walter Wilhelm was born to Marcus & Brianne Wilhelm, Omaha. That makes 5 girls and 4 boys.

Did you know that if U.S. homeowners let their grass clippings remain on the lawn, they could reduce fertilizer use by 25% and save 1.3 billion pounds of chemical fertilizers and more diesel fuel than Amtrak uses in 6 years?

CHURCH NEWS

Unadilla Christian Church, D.O.C

9:00 SUNDAY SCHOOL

10:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Andrew DeGolyer

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Unadilla United Methodist Church

9:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Tony Dawson

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Hopewell Presbyterian Church

8:00 WORSHIP SERVICE

Pastor, Sara Dingman

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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES

4-23     Kirk Liesemeyer, Lois Chadwick, Nina Jean Rohlfs

4-24     Marvin Vodicka

4-29     Maya Baker, Justin McWilliams, Keith Kimbell

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Did you know that if U.S. homeowners let their grass clippings remain on the lawn, they could reduce fertilizer use by 25% and save 1.3 billion pounds of chemical fertilizers and more diesel fuel than Amtrak uses in 6 years?

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NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO

4-23-1909, The Otoe Union: Notice of Incorporation of the Farmer’s Lumber Company with Thomas Rodaway serving as President, and J.W. Bassett as Secretary. The old bank had been renovated and was being used as the Post Office. (The very west part of The Bar. The old night mailbox is still attached to the building out front.) A.H. Soflin was looking for carpenter or mason work. Medicine peddlers were “quite plentiful”.

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