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Venedy – August 17, 2016

Venedy

Ora Mae Droege 824-6326

St. Salvator Lutheran Church, Venedy; Rev. Art Eichhorn, Pastor, 9:00 am Vacation Bible Class in the Church Hall, 10:00 am Sunday morning Worship Service: Isaiah 66: 18 – 23; Hebrew 12: 4 – 24; Luke 13: 22 – 30

St. Johns United Church of Christ, Johannisburg; Rev. Bill Groennert, Pastor, 8:30 am Sunday Morning Worship Services.

Please remember our mission project for July & August is Irvington Food Pantry.

Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, leave the rest to God.

Well, the 69th Annual Venedy Homecoming has come and gone. After a challenging start with the tractor pull, it was completed. Hats off to the tractor pull crew, they did a great job with the rain they had to contend with. Great job done by the new picnic committee. Thanks for stepping up so Homecoming could continue. There was a very nice crowd for the evening.

Winners of the raffle were: First: $125.00 cash, Amy Haertling; Second: $100.00 cash, Alan Buss; Third: $75.00 cash, Ginny Klasing; Fourth: $50.00 cash, Marsha Bergmann; Fifth: $50.00 cash, Ken Kinzel; Sixth: $25.00 cash, Linda Duke.

Susan and Brian Wisneski, Patty and Jessica Eldridge, Stan Toennies and Allysa Oller spent the week-end at Nashville Tennessee with about 30 other Clinton County friends to help Andrea Markus, of Aviston, celebrate her 21st Birthday.

There will be an End of the Summer Dance at The Okawville American Legion Home on Saturday August 20th from 2:00pm – 6:00pm with DJ Randy Groom.

A Pancreatic Cancer Benefit for Vernon Segelhorst will be held Friday August 26th beginning at 6:30pm at Seg’s Place in Venedy.

Wonderful, wonderful Wednesday for Girl’s Day Out for Rosemary Koenigstein, Sandy Epplin and Ora Mae Droege to Kimmswick, MO. After making reservations at The Blue Owl, our first stop was at The Wild Grey Hare, where we made all our purchases for the day. We each purchased an item alike for all three of us, then each had several other purchases they were very happy with. Lunch was eaten at The Blue Owl Restaurant before more shops were explored without anymore purchases. We headed home right before rush hour traffic, after a very delightful day.

Yesterday is History, Tomorrow a Mystery, Today is a Gift.

Bizarre and
Unique Holidays:

August: National Picnic Month; Friendship Week.

August 18: Bad Poetry Day.

August 19: Aviation Day.

August 20: National Radio Day.

August 21: Senior Citizen’s Day.

August 22: Be an Angel Day.

August 23: Ride the Wind Day.

August 24: Vesuvius Day.

Handy Hint: Dimes to Dollars: Drop dimes into a 2-liter bottle. When it is full, you will have saved approximately $500 to use on special projects or to help with a much needed vacation.

State Representative Charlie
Meier and State Senator Kyle McCarter invite you to their Senior Fair on September 1st from 9:00 am to 11:00am at the Nashville Community Center.

School has begun, watch for the children and school buses.

Smile! Americas spend $1.5 billion every year on toothpaste.

Joy is not in things, it is in us.