Today, March 29th is National Vietnam War Veterans Day - a great time to thank a Vet!
Over two years now, we are still battling this darn Covid. I myself had it two weeks ago. Keep those masks handy! Wanting fresh air but not so many people? We have a wonderful park and walking on the walking path is a good place to unwind, get your exercise, and easy to keep your distance from others. Everything is turning green and pushing up new growth. We have tulips and surprise lillies up about 6 inches.
They have been working a lot on the cell tower east of town.
Photos: Bob Wilhelm
There are lots of Easter Egg Hunts coming up around the Area.
The Unadilla Cemetery Board met Saturday morning at Dean Luff's. Minutes and financial reports were available and accepted as provided. Congratulations to Andrew Kimbell, who will be taking over the Secretary-Treasurer position. Others present were Jerry Wallen, Keith & Sandi Kimbell, Bob & Barb Wilhelm, and Dean Luff. If you would like to get involved with this group or learn more, please contact one of the members.
As far as we know there aren't any vacant houses in town; two are in the process of being built north of Highway #2. There are still vacant lots where you can build on the south side of Highway #2. Unadilla is a great place to live!
New house #1
Beginning of new house #2
The sunrise from our place looking east towards Unadilla, 3-28-2023
Photo: Bob Wilhelm
We had a fantastic meal Sunday noon at the Community Center. The Fire & Rescue provided dinner and LOTS of desserts! We also had some great conversations with folks we hadn't seen for a few years. About 150 attended. Slowly, we're getting back to normal!
Mal and Unadilla Billie welcoming The Red Hat Society for lunch. They were from The Legacy, in Lincoln.
Photo: Bob Brandt
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
3-29 Maisie Hillman
3-31 Arlin Rohlfs
4-2 Holly Vogt Russell, Maureen Vogt, Susie Wyatt
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 3-30-1923, The Otoe Union:
Guy Dean was working at the elevator; wheat and corn "continues to roll in." A farewell reception was held for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Andrews, who were moving to Winner, SD. Thomas Lucas and J.H. West were running for the town board.
Kristen & Brian Walters
For All Your Sewing Needs: Specializing in Alterations and Custom Needs
Syracuse Senior Center
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