Looking for a great backdrop for family or wedding photos? Check out our Easter Egg tree at the Unadilla Park.
From Cub Reporter Bob Wilhelm: Nitty Gritty co-proprietor Dan, for the last few months has anecdotally commented on an increase in travelers from the western coastal states who are moving eastward to avoid some of the coastal people and their goings on. This past week, a couple stopped in and told Dan they were moving from a west coast state, that shall remain nameless, to escape some of the characters that are inhabiting that state. These folks were moving to southern Illinois and the man asked Dan if he had a box he could have. When asked how big, the man hand gestured the dimensions and said it needed to be large enough to hold eight baby monkeys. It seems they were travelling with a monkey that was expecting and she had just given birth. As the visit continued, the couple was having a spirited discussion about which one of them was going to be the one that took the baby monkeys from mama monkey and put them in the box, as they did not anticipate it would go over very well with her. As far as Dan knows, these folks packed up their monkeys and left. (Guessing there was more than one mama!) One has to wonder about the state of affairs on the west coast that would cause a couple to pack up their monkeys and head east!
Steven Franks was born 6-17-1948 and died, 9-22-2021, in Arkansas. He was the son of Donald & Lorraine Franks. Steven was laid to rest beside his parents in the Unadilla Cemetery. Condolences to his family and friends.
Last Tuesday night, Massie-Richards Post #100 held their annual Flag Disposal ceremony. Besides Legion members, Boy Scouts and members of the public attended. A huge thank you to all who participated!
Photo credit: Bob Wilhelm
There are some great fall and Halloween decorations around town! If I was a kid, I would head for Cody Boone's house first!
The Village is still looking to fill their maintenance position. Please inquire at the Office if you're interested.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
10- 21 Karen Hassler, John Schwartman, Barbara Towle
10-22 Allison Moore
10-23 Dan Anderson
10-25 Bob Bryan, Ted Oelke, Brenda DeGolyer
10-26 Kathryn Ganger
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 10-21-1921, The Otoe Union:
"The annunal tournament of the Southeastern Nebraska Horseshoe Pitchers was held at Dunbar. W. R. Larrick, Dunbar, and Ed Stanley, Unadilla, shared 4th place." Sam Stoner was putting in culverts for the Village. "Fresh Bread, Buns, and Cinnamon Rolls Every Morning. Stoner & Watts."
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CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER
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HUSKER VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 2021
10-23 VS Purdue
10-27 VS Wisconsin
10-30 @ Minnesota
11-4 @ Illinois
11-6 @ Ohio State
11-12 VS Maryland
11-14 @ Indiana
11-19 VS Penn State
11-20 VS Rutgers
11-26 @ Wisconsin
11-27 @ Purdue
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2021
5-1 Spring Game
8-28 at Illinois LOST 22-30
9-4 vs Fordham WON 52-7
9-11 vs Buffalo WON 28-3
9-18 at Oklahoma LOST 16-23
9-25 at Michigan State LOST 20-23
10-2 vs Northwestern WON 56-7
10-9 vs Michigan LOST 29-32
10-16 at Minnesota LOST 23-30
10-30 vs Purdue
11-6 vs Ohio State
11-20 at Wisconsin
11-26 vs Iowa
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"May the work I have done speak for me."
THE VILLAGE OF UNADILLA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER & EMPLOYER