Our Town: ZoarJanuary 6, 2020
By DELORES HEMMER
There have been a lot of illnesses in the community — flu, viruses and colds. It has touched nearly every family.
Doug and Alaina Hall and children, Jesse and Saoirse, spent a portion of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays here with family members. They have now returned to their homes in Casper, Wyoming, and St. Louis.
Laura Hemmer, Cincinnati, spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at the farm with the family.
Rachel Hughes and Laura and Delores Hemmer left the day after Christmas for a vacation in Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia. They visited plantations including a tea plantation, saw lighthouses and took tours of historic homes in Charleston and Savannah.
Dean and Darren Trummel took a load of Bibles and Christian literature to Love Packages on Dec. 26. Included in the load were 20 boxes of Bibles. The Trummels request that if you have any Bibles or Christian literature you’d like to donate, they can be reached at 812-536-5345.
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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