A children’s poem becomes tradition
Well, Christmas is just about here. I hope everyone is ready for the big celebration. This month seemed to go by rather quickly.
Exline Recreation Committee Christmas dinner to be Dec. 10
Wasn't that snow on Tuesday morning a surprise? It sure made it look like a Christmas wonderland.
With the holiday season in full swing, I have included a Christmas cookie recipe this week that my grandmother, Cora Oden, used to make. You can not be in a hurry to make there cookies, as it requires dough to rest in the refrigerator overnight.
Christmas dinner Saturday, Dec. 10 in Exline at community center
Here’s hoping everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. Wasn’t the weather fantastic on that day? We even had the windows open for a while, it was so nice outside.
Eastern Star organization holds reception
I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving with family and friends. It is something how an entire holiday is devoted to eating a big, old fashioned meal that everyone kind of looks forward to. I do not think a person could eat like that all of the time. It is all so good.
Remembering Gimbel’s Thanksgiving Day parade
The unseasonably nice weather has been enjoyable for this time of year. Living around here, we all know we could have some real winter like conditions by now. So, we are savoring each nice day until then.
- Harvest Dinner in Exline Nov. 14
- Elections are approaching
- 18-80 Club finishes roof repairs
- Halloween is coming
- Fall smorgasbord dinner Sunday, Oct. 23 at Exline Community Center
- Methodist Church bell looking for a home
- 18-80 Club set to host balance workshop
- Exline Post Office under threat of closure
- Historical adventures with the late Bill Heusinkveld
- Oden family holds first reunion since 2007
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