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Neighbors Growing Together | Sep 25, 2018

Crawfordsville news: Club news, updates, city announcement

By Billie Jo Rose | Sep 10, 2018

Ten were present for the Labor Day luncheon of the Wyman Community Club at Ainsworth Four Corners. Attending were Wilma Vosburg, of Grinnell; John Wittrig and Laura Wittrig, of Winfield; Ruth Johnston, of Ainsworth; Joann Love, of Washington and Frieda Finke, Ruth Erwin, Billie Jo Rose and Larry and Nancy Love, of Crawfordsville. The next meeting will be Monday, Oct. 1, at the Four Corners.

The White Cloud enjoyed their annual club trip on Tuesday, Sept. 4, with eight in attendance. They met first at 9 a.m. at the Ainworth Four Corners for coffee. Ernie Whiting and his wife, Jan, joined the club and he shared information about the Freedom Rock in Grandview. They left there and went to Grandview to see the Rock and Ernie joined them to talk more about the Veterans Memorial, which they found very interesting.

The club then drove to the Port Louisa Conservation Building. From there they had a delicious lunch at Odessa Grille and enjoyed the beautiful view of the lake. After lunch the club headed to Toolesboro where they visited the Six Littleton Brothers Civil War Memorial and the Toolesboro Mounds and Museum. On the way home they finished their trip with a stop at the Dairy Mart in Ainsworth. Everyone had a wonderful time and it was great learning more history in their area. Attending were Jolene Colthurst, Joyce Huff, Margaret Patterson, Betty Lintz, Pat Miller, Pauline Richardson, Virginia Sands and Shannon Sells.

Next month the club will meet for an 11:30 a.m. lunch at the Frontier Restaurant in Wayland. Mystery Sisters will be revealed and officers for the new year will be elected.

The Crawfordsville Lions Club will sponsor a pancake and sausage breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 7-9:30 a.m. at the Crawfordsville Ball Field. Tickets may be purchased at Agri-Way.

Saturday, Sept. 15 will be the city of Crawfordsville’s Fall Cleanup. Items must be out by 7 a.m. Household debris should be bagged and there is a 100 pound limit. Wood needs to be bundled, paint cans need to be emptied and dried out and all tires and appliances will be picked up for a fee. They will only be picked up with a sticker on them. Stickers may be brought from the City Clerk.

Items that will not be picked up are: oil, burn barrels, yard waste, any hazardous waste, concrete, bricks and plaster. This is the only pickup of the year.

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