Our Town: Zoar

Herald Correspondent

Doug, Alaina and Saoirse Hall have returned to their Casper, Wyoming, home after spending this past week here with family and friends.

James Nance, of Decaturville, Tennessee, and Steve Nance, of Parsons, Tennessee, arrived Tuesday, July 2, to spend the July 4 week with Bill and Patty Nance. The men left for their homes on Sunday.

Becky and Ron Brockriede hosted a gathering on July 4 for family and friends at their home. Food and fun were the order of the day, plus a couple of wild and wooly wiffleball games with all ages making up the teams. A fireworks display closed out the day.

Laura Hemmer, of Cincinnati, spent the weekend of the July 4 with friends here in the community. She returned home Sunday evening.

In church league softball this week, the Zoar women play St. Mary’s at 7 p.m. Wednesday and the Zoar men play St. James at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Dale Bible at 7 p.m. CT Thursday. All games take place at the Holland Park.

Work has begun in the Grove in preparation for this year’s Mosquito Fest. The shelterhouse is being turned into a place for the homemade ice cream. I think the new flavor has been decided for this year, but so far it is not confirmed.

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