Our Town: Zoar

By DELORES HEMMER
Herald Correspondent

Pastor Keith and Dana Chanley are happy new grandparents. The little man was born Thursday morning, June 24, in Evansville. He weighs 5 pounds, 9 ounces and is 18.5 inches long and has been given the name Gabriel David. He is the son of David and Elizabeth Chanley.

Fourteen teams competed in the eighth annual Putting Against Cancer Golf Scramble Saturday at the Huntingburg Country Club. First-place winners were Brad and Heather Pund, John Kamman and Phil Helmerich. Second place went to Joe Kamman, Roger Katterhenry, Edgar Katterhenry and Rex Kamman. Third-place winners were Bruce Katterhenry, Scott Buse, Jeff Mathews and Kevin Wertman. Winners of other categories were Louis Carey, closest to the pin; Tim Culbertson, longest putt; and Eric Dall, longest drive. Names drawn at random for prizes were Eric Dall, Mike O’Brien, Rex Kamman, Roger Katterhenry, Louis Carey, Ron Kordes and Brad Pund.

The Uhl Collectors’ Society Convention was held Friday and Saturday at the Huntingburg Event Center. Social distancing was observed for those attending. A catered meal was served followed by a members’ only auction of Uhl pottery pieces. A smaller than usual crowd attended this year.

Rachel Hughes of Richmond and Laura Hemmer of Cincinnati visited their mother this past week. On Saturday evening, they were joined by Ron and Becky Brockriede and John and Janet Hemmer for supper. The evening was spent catching up on family members and remembering.

Jeff and Natalie Meece and family were in Lynnville Saturday evening to attend the graduation party for their niece, Haley McDaniel. The party was held at her family’s home.

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