Our Town: ZoarAugust 5, 2019
By DELORES HEMMER
The 2019 Mosquito Fest is now history, but we are thankful for a very successful one. We were blessed with beautiful weather and good crowds. A number of people came “home” to attend the festival. The worship service on Sunday morning was held in the Maple Grove.
One week remains to get recipes in to be included in the cookbook that is being made for the 175th anniversary of the church. See either Debbie Frick or Ruth Ann Blackgrove or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laura Hemmer of Cincinnati and Rachel Hughes, Chase, Christy, Felix and Guinevere Walton of Richmond spent the weekend here visiting family members and attended the Mosquito Fest.
Those who are interested in helping to pack food for Feed My Starving Children at Santa Claus may register now. Last year, Zoar sent more than 60 people to help and it was a rewarding experience.
If you have an item that you would like to have in the Zoar News, you may contact me at 812-536-2920. Please have items to me by 6 p.m. Sunday.
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