Our Town: Zoar

By DELORES HEMMER
Herald Correspondent

EPIC met Wednesday evening. There were 34 youth and 16 adults attending the meeting. The menu for Wednesday evening is hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, green beans and a salad.

Southridge High School held its basketball homecoming on Friday evening. Zoar was represented by Bentley and Brailee Brockriede. The brother-sister team carried the basketball and the crown. The proud parents are Jason and Amber Brockriede.

The groundhog rose early Sunday morning and predicted an early spring. Although this hasn’t been a bad winter, so far, I’m sure most of us welcome any sign of spring.

Edgar Katterhenry, Columbus, spent the weekend here with family and friends and attended the wedding anniversary celebration of his sister and brother-in-law.

Tim and Janie Meyer have purchased a home in Lake Helmerich Village. They will be moving there in the near future.

A donor has stepped up and pledged to match funds up to $10,000 given between Feb. 1 and May 15 for the new building in the grove. More funds are still needed so this will be a big boost. The donor does not wish to be identified. A fund-raising brunch is planned for later this month. I will have more details when the date draws near.

Randy and Mary Schuetter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Feb. 1 with a Mass at Precious Blood Catholic Church. This was followed by a family-style dinner at the Schnitzelbank Restaurant. Those attending were their children, grandchildren, Randy’s mother and the members of the wedding party.

The Mosquito Fest Committee met Sunday and worked on plans for this year’s festival.

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