A large group of diners on Sept. 4 enjoyed stuffed cabbage served by St. Thomas Episcopal Church members. Kathy Belcher and Jeannie Day represented the Old West Credit Union, which furnished the entree.

Many visitors attended the luncheon and the historical road and trail identification meeting that followed.

Many thanks to Driskill Memorial Chapel and King's Variety for the month's birthday cakes.

Helen Bogart requested that everyone wear red, white and blue on Sept. 11, to commemorate the 9/11 disaster.

Arlene Oliver won the certificate from Chester's Thriftway and Bud Trowbridge was awarded the free meal. Tom Switzer led the flag salute and Pastor Duane Cheadle asked the blessing.

Cindy Webb and Pearl Coombs each won the consolation $20 for the blackout at Wednesday night bingo. Don and Carolyn Caldwell were callers.

Hamburger gravy over rice was served Monday and a ham dinner will be served on Thursday, Sept. 11. Be sure to come and enjoy!

Even when fabric is carefully woven, a few scraps are left over. Good news for the very talented quilters of Grant County!

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