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Wright County Retired Teachers Met Sept. 15

By Sharon Marler, Secretary/ Reporter Teachers and support personnel met on Sept. 15, 2015, at the Country Living/Assisted Living facility. Those in attendance were: Bridget Williams, Jimmie and Sharon Marler, Vicki Stewart, Dot Killough, Nancy Smith, Wilma Hutsell, Janet Atchison, ...

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Fourth Sunday Singing

Fourth Sunday Singing The regular 4th Sunday Singing was held at Happy Home Church, September 27, 2015. Pastor, Greg Moseley, gave the welcome and Bro. Edgar Stewart opened with prayer. The songbooks were distributed. There were 42 present and 32 ...

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Homemade Products To Help Save Money

By: Mindy Johnson   Praise God! Cooler weather is in the forecast, and as I’m writing this article, we’re receiving a misting of rain and overcast skies just above. Yes, the temperatures are beginning to drop ever-so-slighty showing one of ...

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Springfield Art Museum

The Ava Group of the Springfield Art Museum met on September the 8th at the home of Susan Klepac with six members in attendance. Susan gave a very nice presentation on the artist Mr. Turner and shared information on a ...

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Coupon Curiousity

There are so many things about summer that I am going to miss along with the warm weather, such as, more hours of daylight, beautiful flowers and fresh produce. Yes, fresh produce. As much as I would like to have ...

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Nubbin Ridge Homemaker’s Club

Ladies of the Nubbin Ridge Homemakers Club met September 10th in the home of Eva Painter. President Norma Stillings led the reading of the Club Collect. Nadine read “Behold What Wonderous Love Is This.” We are planning to attend the ...

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Tuesday Night Bunco

Jewell Elliott was hostess for Tuesday Bunco in her home in the Mt. Tabor community. Joretta Sawyer was first and also, door prize, second was Lucille Jenkins, with Janet Sallee, consolation. After one hour of games, refreshments were served to ...

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