East End Events

Sharon Scott - Community Columnist
Published Tuesday, April 17, 2018
by Sharon Scott

Connie Weber spent a few days with her dad, Denis while her mom, Theresa was in Denver with Jerry. Keep Jerry in your prayers as he struggles to get well.

Larry and Judy Tuttle spent Wednesday through Friday with their daughter, Rhonda Koehn and family. Thursday, Grandma Nadella Koehn of Tribune joined them as they celebrated Emily Koehn's 18th birthday at the "Melting Pot." Judy said they had cheese fondue, meat fondue and chocolate fondue. Way more food than they could possibly eat, but lots of fun! On the way home Friday, they visited with Larry's Aunt Donna Campbell in Fowler. Donna's children, Kay Dell McKnown and Kurt Campbell and wife Deb were also there, and they enjoyed visiting with them also.

Vern and JoAnn Harris are the proud new great-grandparents to Trinity Rose Thayer, daughter of Trey and Aly Thayer of Las Animas. She was born April 5 and weighed six pounds nine ounces. and was 18 1/2 inches long. Congratulations to the new addition to the family.

The Ladies Retreat April 6-7 at the Sheridan Lake Bible Church was well attended.

Evan and Jen Hopkins and children went to Woodston, Kansas, last week to visit Jen's dad, Larry Poore.

Christy Hopkins returned last Thursday from her week-long trip to Cuba. She really enjoyed it.

Cheri Hopkins and Christy attended the birthday celebration for Linly Stum Sunday afternoon. Evan and family joined them for supper Sunday evening at Cheri's home.

Lots of family and friends attended the Grand March and the crowning of King and Queen at Plainview's Prom Saturday evening. Grant Specht was crowned King and Lydia Splitter was crowned Queen. Everything was decorated up so pretty and the students and their dates all looked very handsome and beautiful. The After-Prom party was a huge success. A lot of hard work goes into making this evening a memorable affair and those responsible deserve a big thanks!!

Alden Stum spent Thursday and Friday night with his Grammy Linda and Pop Monte Stum.

All of the Stum clan from the Towner area gathered at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon to help Linly celebrate his 80th birthday. Out of town guests were: Jack and Mary Light of Lamar; Ron and Ruth Buller of Sheridan Lake; Roger and Lorraine Saffer of Eads; Todd and Trina Stum and children and Sandra Stum of Syracuse, Kansas; Chris and Serena McGinn of Sedgwick, Kansas; Michelle Wilkerson of ElDorado, Kansas and Kami Janes and children of Rocky Ford. Happy 80th Linly!!

Sunday evening, the 4-12 youth group went to Eads to see the movie "I Can Only Imagine" and then ate supper at Subway. Everyone really enjoyed the movie.

This coming Saturday, there will be a dinner theater at 6:00 p.m. at the Plainview School Gym. Tickets bought before April 16 will be $10 (10 years old and up) $6 (3-9 years old) Free (2 years and younger). After April 16, prices will be $12 and $8. The play is called "HAPHAZARDLY EVER AFTER." Get tickets from Ms. Fees, Ms. Wilson, Yonda or call the office - 719-729-3331 Come on out and enjoy the evening.

Have a great week!!

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