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Sand Creek Chatter – 5-8-2013

Gert Berg is back in her own home after her stay in the Bloomer Hospital and also The Maplewood for therapy. She is making very good progress.

Bob and Mary Hanson arrived in Wisconsin on April 19, 2013 after spending the winter months in Arizona.

Last Sunday, Bob and Mary had a family get-together at the Sand Creek Café with Larry and Teri Hanson and Bob and Eunice Dewey.

Norman Paulson, Wesley and Deloris Paulson drove to Sand Creek on Friday to meet Jean Larson, Mae Sparby, Doris and Herb Tallman for noon lunch at the Sand Creek Café.

Elaine Toycen and Sue Favero arrived in Sand Creek on April 30th after spending the winter months in Mesa, Arizona.

Rhonda Nelson traveled to Antigo and Rhinelander last Friday on April 26th to attend the Memorial Service for her grandfather, George Wells She was joined by her family members: Jeanne Olson, Haley, Kelsey, Casey and Domynic, Wendy and T.J. Slayton, MaKenzi, Cecilia and Kaitlynn and also Donavan Olson.

Gene and Bonnie Peterson went to Stillwater on Sunday, April 28th to help their grandson, Nathan Peterson, celebrate his birthday. The bonus of the trip was a tour of the couple’s newly purchased home in Stillwater by Nathan and his wife.

Jeff and Nancy Taylor invited Toby and Judy Horn for a noon luncheon last Saturday, May 4, in honor of Ross and Jared’s Confirmation.

Scott Smith of San Diego, California, is spending time with his dad, Juel Smith in preparing for his dad’s May 10th Auction.

Madi, Lexi and Joshua Hanson of Chippewa Falls, stayed with their grandmother, Jean Hanson, from Friday evening until Sunday. Nicole Hanson came over to help with the younger grandchildren.

The Heart Blossom Quilt Shop located on North Main in Sand Creek, is a help for quilters to learn new ideas and find colors for their quilts.

On April 28th, Inez Schrader went to Barron and picked up Mary Halvorson at her apartment when they went to Cameron for noon lunch. Then they drove around the area where Mary grew up. An interesting note is that Mary’s and Inez’s grandmothers were sisters. The ladies’ mothers usually spoke in the Norwegian language when they were together.