Honeycomb Valley Picnic
The Honeycomb Valley Community Watch and Residents Association's Annual Community Picnic is Saturday, September 15, from noon until 2 p.m. (Football does not start until later.)
The picnic will be at John and Beth Ann Ziebarth's big red barn. The picnic will be held rain or shine.
The association is providing bratwurst, hamburgers, soft drinks, tea, water and side dishes. Guests are encouraged to bring their favorite dessert to share.
The group throws a picnic every year for all residents of Honeycomb Valley. Residents and their families will have a chance to meet their neighbors. This event is for members and non-members so come on out.
Hebron residents, headed by Connie King, held a Community Yard Sale Saturday, September 8, at the Hebron Community Center. The building was full of bargains. After all, one man's junk is another man's treasure!
The white goods dumpster will be at the county shop in Grant on September 17. Bring any large white goods. You can bring appliances, power tools, VHS video players, or anything that is just a boat anchor now. They will even help unload large items.
Hebron Community Watch meeting is Thursday, September 20, at 6:30 p.m. Bring a dish to share but there is always food to spare. All Hebron residents are encouraged to come out and meet your neighbors.
Schools are back in session. Be careful when driving. Children should always be given the right of way. Always stop while buses load and unload. Stay alert and drive safe.
Construction started on the EMA dispatch tower. The tower will be on Bishop Mountain.
Connie King, Tana Osborne, Stephanie Karp, Pat Hart, Pat Crowell, Karen Walker, Zach Smith, Debra Greg, and Kevin Moody had birthdays. Happy birthday!
Henry and Connie King, and, April and Jamie Walker celebrated their anniversaries. Happy anniversary!