Spring has arrived! Listen to the birds talking back and forth. They are even excited. We are so blessed to see the grass growing, flowers blooming and folks just ready to enjoy the sunshine.
April 20 — 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 p.m. Come and join our group.
April 21 — Euchre. Lewisburg Trinity Church. Play this famous card game every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.–noon. Coffee and snacks are provided.
April 22 — Lewisburg Historical Society. Cabbage Roll Sale. Price: $3 per cabbage roll. Call or email orders to Diane Shrout at 962-4224 or Shrout.firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. We will be collecting cans of food for the LACC Food Bank. Those bringing can foods will be entered into the door prize drawing held on this day.
Before post offices and the Pony Express, local mail was brought up from Hamilton, by anyone who happened to be coming this way. It was left at a local trading post or mill where it stayed until the person who it was addressed to happened to stop by. Outgoing mail was just as risky. Postage stamps weren’t used until 1847 so cash for postage had to be sent with the letter until it made it to a regular post office.
April 10: Happy Belated Birthday to Dr. Earl House
April 14: McKenzie Moyer, Sierra Shiverdecker, Madeline Peters, Stephen (Doc) Combs
April 15: Happy Anniversary to Roy and Ruth Olinger
April 16: Carol Price, Mike Moyer
April 18: Wyatt Woodyard
April 19: Hailee Garner
Talked to Diane Shrout who is making the cabbage rolls for the Lewisburg Historical Society’s First Fundraiser. As of Thursday, April 14, over 600 cabbage rolls were ordered. This was way beyond their expectation. Way to go!
Evaleena Ann Scheiding, born March 13, 2016, is home! Weighing in at 4 ½ pounds, Evaleena Ann came home April 12. Grandma’s smile and relief shines for over 10 miles. Welcome home, Evaleena. Thank you for the support and prayers for this little one. One day she will understand what she lived through. Just ask Michelle.
Judy and Janet, Where Are You?
We spoke at the United Church of Christ’s Women’s Guild Thursday, April 14. These ladies are full of energy and ideas. Their church and community are very close to their hearts. They are preparing meals for the homeless shelter in Eaton and planning for their Mother’s Day Celebration which will be held at the TCN Community Center. Thank you ladies for asking us to stop by. What a great experience. Congratulations Dorothy Weaver who won the door prize.
Spring has arrived in Lewisburg. Everyone is mowing their yards and flowers are being planted. You’ve read of miracles, sharing, volunteering, and putting ourselves out there for our great community. “There is spirit; there is grace in our peaceful country place.”
Until next week …
Reach Janet & Judy at email@example.com.