by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Parishioners from the Church of St. Joseph Catholic Church had a chance to see a newly restored and renovated church interior at a Rededication Mass on June 29. Church pastor, the Rev. Jerome Tupa commented about the Mass. “The Rededication Mass called together many of our parishioners, Sisters of St. Benedict’s Monastery, Monks of St. John’s
by Cori Hilsgen email@example.com Members of the St. Joseph American Legion Post 328 have been having a busy year celebrating the 100 years since it received its charter Nov. 5, 1919. They, along with The American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of American Legion, would like other people to help them celebrate when they host a Community Day beginning at 2
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Even though this year’s July Fourth festival has already taken place, the Church of St. Joseph quilters continued with their stitching to benefit another area event. The quilting group which includes chairperson Delrose Fischer, Marilyn Brinkman, Cathy Buchheit, Sharon Froehle, Ione Jacobs, Linda Loso, Judy Meemkin, Jeny Meyer, Josie Meyer, Betty Schloemer, Ilene Schmitt, Geri Schwab
by Cori Hilsgen email@example.com Club members of the St. Joseph Y2K Lions appreciate their senior citizens and want them to be recognized for all the wonderful service deeds they do in the area. That’s why they recently chose Fran and Marilyn Court to be this year’s Senior Queen and King for the annual Fourth of July parade. “They have been
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Leander Meyer has had the chance to be in the annual July Fourth parade several times before and could share many stories, but this year he will have a special place in the parade lineup. The St. Joseph Lions Club recently announced he will be the grand marshal of the upcoming July Fourth parade. Meyer was
by Cori Hilsgen email@example.com St. Joseph Y2K Lions members have been active volunteering locally and it was reflected in a busy meeting June 12 at the St. Joseph Community Fire Hall. Club members had selected Fran and Marilyn Court to be this year’s Senior King and Queen for the Fourth of July annual parade sponsored by the St. Joseph Lions.
by Cori Hilsgen firstname.lastname@example.org Harley Davidson motorcycle riders who enjoy riding the highways during warmer days might enjoy the warmth and comfort of a keepsake quilt during cold days they are not able to ride. These motorcycle riders will have a chance to bid on a Harley Davidson T-shirt quilt at the annual quilt auction which will take place at
by Cori Hilsgen email@example.com Sixteen Kennedy Community School students recently participated in an after-school computer science coding club. The club was named the Coding Club and students learned about coding and much more. This is the first year the club has been available to students. Holly Nelson, librarian/media specialist at the school, and Peter Ohmann, assistant professor of computer science