Hodges News

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Last Monday, the rain over filled the rain barrels. Now I’m busy carting the buckets of water to the trees and bushes before we get more rain.

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The Ranger-Review had an interesting article on Aug. 26 about pulling over for emergency vehicles. It was a nice reminder for all of us.

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The coffee group had their breakfast at CC’s Cafe Friday morning. We had many things to discuss, the picnic, the trip to Deadwood and many other items. Arlene Forberg is busy moving to her new home.

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Friday afternoon, I had a nice visit with Virginia Tennant. We talked mainly about all the traveling we did when our children were in wrestling. We saw many gyms in many schools. We also had a card club that we belonged to when our children were young. We took turns having it at our homes and serving a dessert. There got to be too many children so the club was ended. Some of the members were Grace Serdotz, Helen Anderson, Dolores Hager, Claudia Anderson, Nancy Tennant, Jan Tennant. Virginia and I are all that is left of that club.

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Friday afternoon, I drove to the Makoshika center and visit the manager for a minute. The road to the park was closed for road work.

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The golf tournament held at Goof Creek Golf Course on Wednesday was won by Dave Schmidt. He won a year of free golfing on Monday afternoon.

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