East End Events

Sharon Scott - Community Columnist
Published Tuesday, November 21, 2017
by Sharon Scott

November 10, Cheri Hopkins and her daughter, Christy, traveled to Wellman, Iowa, to visit family members. They returned home on November 14.

Burl and Cathy Scherler and Freda Schmidt spent November 8-12 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, at the National WIFE convention.  On their way home, they stopped and visited with former Sheridan Lake residents, Larry and Barb Gitchel.  Larry is doing well, but facing more surgery in the near future.  We wish you all the best Larry.

David Richardson of Ada, Oklahoma, spent several days last week with his parents, Jim and MaryAnn Richardson.  He helped them do a few things around their place.

Denis and Theresa Weber attended the Thanksgiving dinner at Prairie Pines Friday with Theresa's brother, Mike Gorman, who resides there. Saturday, they traveled to Akron to have an early Thanksgiving with Denis's sister, Leona Blackwelder and other family members.  They also visited with Vesta Sexson and her daughter Treena Bone and her two daughters.  Vesta, a former Sheridan Lake resident, resides at the same assisted living facility as Leona.

Cora Coffman and I attended the craft show in Eads Saturday and ate lunch there.  Lots of people, fun things to look at, and good food to eat.  Cora went on to Wiley to visit with family Saturday afternoon. She's on the move again, Harold!

Saturday evening, Kelvin, Amy and Alex Schmidt attended the school play, "One Wife Too Many" in Tribune, Kansas.  Their niece, Abby Berggren, played the part of the 1st of 4 wives.  They enjoyed the production.

The Sheridan Lake Bible Church 4-12 youth group and their sponsors attended the Thanksgiving service, sponsored by the Kiowa County Ministerial Alliance at the Chivington Friends Church Sunday evening.

Towner Senior Citizens have pecans for sale, $13 per bag. Please contact Barbara Wilson or Sharon Scott to purchase your pecans!

The entire Plainview school is traveling to Colorado Springs Tuesday to visit the Space Center.  Thanksgiving break begins on Wednesday. 

Have a great holiday - drive safely and don't "Over Stuff"   yourself!!

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