First, before I forget, I want to
apologize to Tyler Smith. I gave him a different name in the caption under the
Senior Band photo which ran in last week's Argus. He didn't yell at me, so that
was good, but I guess he liked his name just the way it is. I'd like to blame
my forgetfulness on my advancing age - I'll soon be the speed limit! - but I've
changed people's names for years. Every time I mess up a name, I promise myself
that I will be more careful, but I'm just like the mother who goes down through
the whole list of children's names before ending on the right one. During my 20
years of taking pictures, there have been thousands of kids and thousands of
names. Usually I get them right, sometimes I don't. Sorry, Tyler!
We're having a bazaar at the
church (United Methodist Church) on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., The
event will feature local vendors, Baked Food Sale, Bucket Auction and Soup
Luncheon. Please stop by and see us! Later in the day, the First Baptist
Church is having their annual Harvest Dinner. No need to cook this
Saturday, St. Joseph's Episcopal Church will have a soup/chili supper. They
are always great! Stop by and see them as well!
Fall sports senior day
events have come and gone. Now we're in banquet mode. I went to the Soccer
Banquet Saturday night. It was announced that Bryanna Evens, Jordan Edgell
and Ben Osani were named to the all-star team for their league. I had so
much stuff for the paper this week, that many of the pictures will have to
wait until next week. So, don't be upset if you don't see everything this
week! In any case - congrats to the new all-stars!
That football game with
Coudy was something on Saturday. It was cold, it was windy, it was Senior
Day...it was fun to watch the guys do their jobs...and do them very well!
I heard via
parents/grandparents that the JV Football Team went undefeated this year.
Congrats to them and coaches Nate Zitnik and Jason Luther.
At this time of year when Thanksgiving is just around the
corner, it's a good time to share for what we are thankful. As I've done in
the past, I'll open this space for others to voice what they are thankful
for. E-mail me at
firstname.lastname@example.org or drop me a line at 3786 Route #155 and share
your thoughts! I'll start the ball rolling - I'm thankful that my big
brother is feeling better and is back to work, at least part-time! I'm
thankful for a wonderful family and an awesome church family. I'm going to
be very thankful to lay my head on the pillow. It's way past my