LEWISBURG — Lewisburg has had many visitors during the past two weeks. Indianapolis, Cleveland, Iowa, Kentucky to name a few. It is so much fun to share the village businesses and stories of our heritage.
Another example of early architecture still stands on Cumberland Street, a beautiful home known as Lawnsette. It was formerly a residence then a hotel and later a gift shop. It is rumored to have been a stagecoach stop on the then National Road. Built in 1845, it is one of the three oldest houses remaining on National Road and in the former village of Euphemia.
June belated birthday
June 22 — Keith Haines
July 21 — Happy Anniversary: Millie and Roger Blankenship
July 22 — Chad Rife, Anthony Pizzo
July 23 — Dick Gearhart, Karen VanBrederode, Nicole Hawkins
July 24 — Bennett Woodyard; Happy Anniversary: Nick and Tammy Green
July 25 — Sheila Cox, Taylor Cole
The Historical Association would like to announce that the Singer’s Blacksmith Shop will be open the last Saturday of each month from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Forge demonstrations will be conducted. Plan on stopping by for a small piece of history. Mark your calendars for July 30.
Girls, Girls, Girls
As many of you know, Janet has been ‘falling around’ since January. Well, after meeting with an orthopedic surgeon, we learned that ‘for her age’ her knees are OLD. Still no understanding for why she was falling. She is scheduled for a MRI to check if she has a brain and ‘for her age’ is it working properly. Will keep you posted.
Kudos to the Ware’s Chapel Youth Group who recently participated in an overnight retreat. They did some paint and cleanup projects for those who needed an extra hand. They also visited Greenbriar and Vancrest delivering flowers and playing bingo with the clients. What a wonderful experience for these young folks.
“If your only goal is to become rich, you will never achieve it.” — John D. Rockefeller
Fill your bucket lists with new experiences. Travel, read, meet new friends and wake up with a smile each morning.
‘There is spirit; there is grace in our peaceful country place.’ See you ‘Around the Burg’!
Until next week …