LEWISBURG — Four seasons in one day! What a feat! Isn’t it amazing that we can enjoy the beautiful blue skies and warmth only to move to grey skies and blustery winds to rain and blizzard like snow conditions. All in one day! It seems like we have had quite a few of those kind of days. Never fear—spring is near! The question is “when?”
April 12 — Euchre. Lewisburg Trinity Lutheran Church. Play this famous card game from 9 a.m.-noon. Coffee and snacks are provided. Pat Leugers, are you training the next Euchre champion for Euchre Night?
April 13 — Neighbor Night. Lewisburg Trinity Lutheran Church. Meals served from 5-6:30 p.m. Services begin at 6:30 P.M. and are finished by 7:00 P.M. Thank you Carol for a wonderful dinner. Come and join our group.
April 14 — Euchre. Lewisburg Trinity Church. Play this famous card game every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.- noon. Coffee and snacks are provided.
April 16 — Friendship Tea. 2 p.m. Hosted by Sharon Justis and held at the Lewisburg First United Church of Christ located at 400 North Main Street. This year’s theme is friendship. Sharon asks that everyone attending bring an item a friend has given them along with a hat, teacup and a finger food to share.
April 22 — Lewisburg Historical Society. First Annual Cabbage Roll Sale. Price: $3 per cabbage roll. Call or email orders to Diane Shrout at 962-4224 or [email protected]. Please specify if order is with or without sauerkraut. Orders should be received by April 17. Pick-up will be April 22 between 2:30 and 7 p.m. at the TCNCA Community Center. Proceeds will help fund the building of a new storage facility to be used to preserve the past.
April 26 — Young At Heart Meeting at Lewisburg Trinity Lutheran Church at 11:30 a.m. to carpool to the Senior Citizen Center located in Eaton. The group will be eating at the “Decade’s Diner” at noon. Lunch will be on your own. The speaker is Charlotte Burrows. Sounds like a great opportunity for all of us!
May 7 — Eric Loy will be appearing in Lewisburg to share his talents. The concert will begin at 1 p.m. If weather permits, the concert will be held outside between Ruby Purl’s and Twisted Sisters. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the afternoon.
Our area had no doctors before 1830. Homemade remedies were used for everything from Malaria (“chills”) to Diptheria and “Milk Sickness”. They were concocted from local herbs, roots, nuts and bark. Childbirth was often fatal to both the mother and the baby since there were only inexperienced midwives present at the birth. Tombstones in local cemeteries tell the story with one man having two, three, or sometimes four wives in his lifetime.
April 4 — Happy Belated Birthday to Pastor Brent Cavendish
April 8 — Abbey Kring
April 10 — Sarah Matthews, Stephanie Baxter
April 11 — Nathan J. Ward
April 12 — Kim Morris. Happy Anniversary to Joshua & Lindsey Hopkins
Judy and Janet, Where Are You?
Thank you for asking where we have been. We have been quite busy and sometimes forget what day it is. Retirement is supposed to slow us down but we have kicked it out of neutral and have found ourselves in drive.
After a discouraging eye appointment revealed that my eyes had aged, I had to have cataract surgery on both eyes. Not my eyes, I said. However in three weeks, I have had an eye appointment and two surgeries. I can see all the way to Columbus and Indianapolis but can’t read anything in front of me. Glasses will follow up within the next month. It’s amazing that within seven minutes, one can have new eyes.
“Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it!” Dwight D. Eisenhower Lewisburg is blessed to have many motivated people who volunteer because they want to see our Village prosper. Thank you ‘Burgers for all that you do each day, week and year. There is spirit; there is grace in our peaceful country place.
Until next week …