The Village Office will be closed this Friday, May 19th.
The Unadilla Community Library Board will meet on Saturday, May 20th, at 9 a,m,, in the Library. The public is invited to attend.
Memorial Day is approaching fast. Flags will be put up at the Unadilla Cemetery on Friday, May 26, at 6 p.m., and taken down on Monday, May 29th, at 6 p.m.
The shed at the Unadilla Cemetery has a new roof. Many thanks Bryce Luff and the volunteers who took on this project.
There will be a patriotic Memorial Day program, Monday, May 29, 10 a.m., Hopewell Cemetery. Speaker: U.S. Army Colonel (Ret.), John E. Bryan, who grew up in the Burr area and graduated from SHS. All are welcome!
There will also be a dinner served at the Unadilla Gym on Memorial Day from 11 - 1, by the Friends of the Unadilla Library. The Veterans and History rooms will also be open that day. Stop in!
American Legion Post #100 held their annual Hamburger Feed last Friday night to help support the Legion baseball teams. Thanks to everyone for your help and support. Although the weather was pretty iffy, they raised a nice amount of money. Thanks so much to all the volunteers, they couldn't have done it without you!
Photos: Bob Wilhelm
Bob Brandt reports vandals damaged some of the trees at the playground around the Community Center...so disturbing because this is such a lovely, peaceful place for all to enjoy.
Photo: Bob Brandt
Ever wondered how old your canning jars are?
Last year we didn't have any visitors on our Oriole feeder, so this year Bob moved it aways from the Hummingbird feeder. Boy, are we going through the grape jelly!!!
Photo: Bob Wilhelm
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
5-17 Linda Liesemeyer
5-18 Emily Lewis
5-19 Bob Brandt, Dave & Nola Johnson
5-20 Kathryn Romine, Kortlyn Glather
5-22 Ben & Baillie Kroese
5-23 April Isaacs, Lois Johnson, Autumn & Alisha Bailey, Steve & Deb Billington
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 5-18-1923, The Otoe Union:
Several in the area were suffering from a case of the mumps. Students graduating from UHS were: Ivan Bassett, Willson and Alvin Leeman, Harold Schreiner, Blanch Butler, Gladys Carper, Augusta Kruger, and William and Thelma Davis. Stoner & Watts installed a new cooling system for their meats, getting rid of the ice. Chester Isaacs was delivering mail on Route #2.
Kristen & Brian Walters
For All Your Sewing Needs: Specializing in Alterations and Custom Needs
Syracuse Senior Center
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NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2023
4-22 Spring Game
8-31 AT Minnesota
9-9 AT Colorado
9-16 VS Northern Illinois
9-23 VS Louisiana Tech
9-30 VS Michigan
10-7 AT Illinois
10-21 VS Northwestern
10-28 VS Purdue
11-4 AT Michigan State
11-11 VS Maryland
11-18 AT Wisconsin
11-24 VS Iowa