Leona Kleiber, Don Witt, and Donna Bundy were supper guests of Adeline Bernhardt on April 25.
Tom and Dee Duggan attended a forum of the North Central Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging Silver-Haired Legislature on April 25 in Manhattan.
Prairie Pals met April 24 at Mary Clemmer’s home with Laveta Meyer as assisting hostess. Others present were Lori Meyer, Donna Bundy, Sue Yanda, and Jane Vajnar. The roll call, on the topic of “my proudest accomplishment,” led to interesting conversation. The program consisted of sharing family history.
Lisa Hanschu and Anna brought supper to the home of Frank and Anna Mae Stika on Frank’s birthday April 24. Lori Moldenhauer, whose birthday was April 23, was also a guest.
Tom and Dee Duggan attended the vocal and instrumental music concert April 23 at Herington Middle School. Their granddaughter, Kaylee Hall, was one of the students performing.
Donald and Carolyn Srajer spent April 19 to 23 visiting Tillie Hein and Jim and Kris Srajer, Grant, and Cole.
April 22 dinner guests of Russ and Julie Kerbs were Rustyn Kerbs of Hillsboro, Jesse and Ashton Smith and Sydney of Pilsen, and Lucille Kerbs.
Tom and Dee Duggan attended a card party April 22 at Hilltop in Herington.
Georgia Spohn met her cousin, Lenora Graham of Florence, on April 20 in Hillsboro for Learning in Retirement at Tabor College and dinner out. The program was “What Everyone Should Know about Poverty,” by Denise Brown.
Ashton Smith and Sydney of Pilsen, Julie Kerbs, and Lucille Kerbs attended a baby shower for April Reidy on April 21 at her home in Manhattan. Marchelle Kerbs and Molly Kerbs were hostesses. Many other family members and friends were present.
Tom and Dee Duggan attended a gala April 21 in Herington. The event, sponsored by the Herington Hospital Auxiliary, included a dinner, auctions, and dancing.
Those attending the weekly women’s breakfast April 19 at the café included Catarina Rziha and Katherine, Carole Spohn, Iona Dietrich, Adeline Bernhardt, and Leona Kleiber.
Lori Moldenhauer and Anna Mae Stika attended a meeting of the Tabitha Society on April 18 at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Herington. Lisa Hanschu kept her father, Frank Stika, company while they were gone.