Our Town: ZoarJanuary 21, 2019
By DELORES HEMMER
Church services and meetings were canceled due to the winter storm this past weekend. The community did not receive as much snow as had been predicted, but it was enough to bring things to a stop.
David and DeAnn Kurtz of Louisville visited Delores Hemmer on Wednesday.
EPIC met last Wednesday evening at the church. Attendance was good with 49 children and 18 adults. The menu for Wednesday evening’s supper will be chicken and dumplings, green beans, carrot sticks, rolls and hot dogs.
The Southern Belles Homemakers met Thursday at the home of Dixie Reller for a soup and sandwich luncheon. Attending the luncheon were Janie Meyer, Becky Brockriede, Diane Leon, Pam Thomas, Mary Pyle, Dixie Reller and Delores Hemmer. Diane shared information on winter skin care and how to get more sleep. Pam Thomas will be the February hostess.
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