LEWISBURG — Where in the world did 2015 go? The ball has fallen, the calendar turned to 2016 and the pattern has started over. How different will 2016 look? The village is growing. Three new businesses have opened downtown. Lewisburg is coming back! It’s pretty exciting to see that no parking places are left on Commerce Street because people are visiting the businesses. Let’s open our village to all those around us!
Feb. 10 — Ash Wednesday
Feb. 10 — Neighbor Night at Lewisburg Trinity Lutheran Church — Meals served from 5 to 6:30 p.m.. Great food followed by a great spiritual time led by Pastor Cavendish of Lewisburg Trinity Lutheran Church. These half hour services begin at 6:30 p.m. and are finished by 7 p.m.
Feb. 11 — Euchre at Lewisburg Trinity Church — Play this famous card game every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.-noon. Coffee and snacks are provided.
Feb. 13 — Bingo at TCN Community Center — Doors open at 6 p.m. Bingo begins at 6:30 p.m. Many emotions are seen while at bingo. They include: anticipation while waiting for the numbers to be called, frustration, excitement, shouting out bingo… The concession stand is open always serving great foods.
Feb. 19 — Euchre. Community Game Night, 7 p.m. – ? $10 per person. Standard euchre. Located at the TCN Community Center. Bring friends and make friends! Win cash prizes. Concessions available. If there are questions, contact Park at 937-533-8732
The Village of Lewisburg is planning our 200th birthday (2018). Don’t start growing those beards but start planning your dress outfits for the big celebration. If there are birthday ideas, please direct them to the Village Office or email us (email@example.com) and we will be happy to pass them along. This is a huge celebration that will be remembered for a long time. We have heard that the time capsule will be opened revealing the happenings of 1993. Has anything changed?
Downtown Abbey tea party
Brown Memorial Library became Downtown Abbey on Saturday, Jan. 30. Approximately 30 people attended this special day, donning their hats and clothing custom to that era. Finger sandwiches , tea cookies and of course tea brought this day to life. Thank you to the ladies who made this happen. They included: Diana Oda, Joy Scott, Susan Hall, Patricia Keith, Sharon Justis, Joy Scott’s grandchildren. What an awesome experience. We loved the cucumber sandwiches.
Where are you ladies?
We are very busy! Four walls and four dogs was not enough to keep us occupied. We had to explore our surroundings. Where do you go when the world is the limits? We found a new place to call home. Thank you all for stopping by and helping us explore our dream. We are having a ball.
Feb.1 — Sharon Justis, Rita Allen (Janet’s sister)
Feb. 3 — Kyle Powell
Feb. 5 — Lydia West
Feb. 6 — Linda Schlotterbeck. Josh Miller
Feb. 7 — Austin Gray, Tara Morse, Johnny Hosbrook
Lewisburg has welcomed us with open arms. Thank you for your support and encouraging words. Remember: “There is spirit; there is grace in our peaceful country place”. Smile at someone. It’s catching! See you Around the ‘Burg!
Reach Janet & Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org.