Boyceville Bits & Pieces – 11-10-2014
On Tuesday, November 4th, I hope you all got out and showed your voice and voted. We were really busy. Over 300 voters a steady stream. They now have the right to complain if needed.
On October 30th there was a ham dinner. I was so happy to see Anita Harvey and her sister Jane Lorenz at the U.M.C. dinner. We were neighbors when I was seven years old and we moved to another part of Menomonie.
On Thursday evening the Village of Boyceville showed the U.M.C. off at the dinner. The congregation was so happy there were no steps.
On Monday, November 3 at 7 p.m. we held our quilt guild meeting. We are back to our monthly meeting as always on the first Monday of the month. Join us to learn or just come and see what we are about. Any quilters, beginners to advanced, are invited.
On Tuesday Fred and I travelled to Cornell to the liquidators to get hoses because the pressure pump in the barn wasn’t working. Fred also has to always stop to see Pat Granbow, he always talks about when Pat was in school and helped Fred. There has been a lot of remembering when.
On Tuesday Darcy and Kolin stopped after meeting Kimber in Menomonie. Kimber now lives in Eau Claire. Keep Darcy in your praters and thoughts.
Quite a few Boycevillites supported the Fall Festival at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church on Saturday morning and had dinner there. I do my baking at these churches. God Bless.
You tell me you like that I’m back! Call 715-308-9121