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The ice cream social season keeps rolling on. Recently the Minburn United Methodist Church held their annual ice cream event followed by the Christian movie, "I Can Only Imagine." The menu consisted of beef burgers, baked beans, chips, homemade ice...
As some of you may have read previously, Dan and I headed out to an ice cream social over by Earlham only to find out that it was to be held a week later. I tried again Sunday, Aug. 12,...
The ice cream social season keeps going on. In conjunction with the Panora City Celebration, the Panora Church of the Brethren held two events. The first was a breakfast on Saturday. Aug. 4. I headed out to this breakfast, went...
It started out to be a double header event. First the ice cream social at the Worthington Community Church, formerly the United Methodist Church, outside of Earlham and then the Minburn Area Fire Fighters Association or MAFFA. I drove, and...
An unseasonably cool summer day welcomed visitors to the Linden United Methodist Church's annual ice cream social Saturday, July 28. This event has been held for many years and is hosted in the newly remodeled basement at the Linden Church....
As we roll along with the summer, we keep coming up with ice cream socials. This was the case with the annual Dallas Center Church of the Brethren event, which is held every year on a Wednesday evening in...
I often think that my mailman Rick Pentico abides by the old motto, “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” Such is the case for Dan...
It has been quite some time since I have written of my adventures in dining at area churches and events. If I remember correctly, my last articles talked about the end of the dinner season, which is big just...
The Fairview United Methodist Church held its annual Memorial Day service last Monday. The Church is located north of Perry. Master of Ceremonies Brent Halling stated, “Farivew has been holding a Memorial Day service as long as anyone remembers. We...
The Perry Kiwanis Club recently gave out four $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors. Two of these recipients came to discuss their future plans at a recent Perry Kiwanis noon luncheon meeting. PHS graduate Isabel Saemisch is the daughter of Perry...