Our Town: Zoar

By DELORES HEMMER
Herald Correspondent

EPIC had their Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday. The next gathering will be Dec. 4 when the menu will be spaghetti, garlic sticks, salad and dessert. There were 35 youth and 19 adults who attended the Thanksgiving meeting.

The Southern Belles Homemakers met at noon Thursday at Stoll’s Restaurant for their November meeting. The Christmas party will be Dec. 19 at Meadowtop Farm.

Rachel Hughes arrived Friday evening to spend the weekend with her mother and other family members. She returned home on Sunday.

Several from the area attended and took part in the Religion in American Life program at Salem Church in Huntingburg on Sunday evening. The community Thanksgiving supper was held in Holland on Sunday evening and quite a few attended that as well.

The children of the church will have their Christmas party at noon on Sunday at the church. Each child is to bring a $5 exchange gift.

The Holland Kiwanis Christmas party for children will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Holland Elementary School. The children will be visiting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, enjoying doughnuts and milk and making a craft to take home.

The women of the church’s Christmas party will be a progressive dinner this year on Sunday, Dec. 8. The women will leave church at 11 a.m. and progress to three different homes for appetizers, the main course and dessert. The church van will be going so any who wish to ride may do so.

The Festival of Trees has begun at the Dubois County Museum. Zoar is among those who have decorated trees on display. Stop by and see all the trees. The display will be up until Jan. 5.

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