David Mueller presented information Aug. 8 at farmers market about Trail Shop, the grocery/convenience store planned for Tampa’s restored downtown.
This project is a community effort; the goal is to sell 100 shares of stock in the not-for-profit corporation by Friday. Annual memberships are also available. Some of the items expected to be for sale are bread, milk, frozen meat, pop, snack foods, basic need items, and fresh fruit formerly handled by Wee Little Acres.
Start-up committee members include Michele Berens, Amber Peterson, Danny Williamson, Connie McMahan, Kris Srajer, Leo Yanda, Mueller, and Monica Svoboda.
Susie, Cecilia, and Julie Rziha returned to their workplaces after spending the summer with their parents, Jerry and Jeanne Rziha. Julie is in Sabetha, where she is employed as youth minister and director of religion for three Catholic parishes; Cecilia is teaching in Dallas, Texas; and Susie has two part-time positions teaching pre-school and music in Lincoln, Neb.
Leona Kleiber, Don Witt, and Donna Bundy visited Adeline Bernhardt on Aug. 7.
Connie Thompson and Taylor of Abilene visited Lucille Kerbs on Aug. 5.
Kem and Autumn Chisholm welcomed a new granddaughter, Shana Faye Stuewe, born July 29 to Braden and Kara Stuewe of Sharon Springs. Dalmer Kaufman is a great-grandparent.
Gary and Carole Spohn spent the weekend with Ryan and Jamie Spohn, Adam, Lauren, and Luke, in Omaha, Neb.
Janie Aita, Antonio, Sebastian, Raphael, and Mariana of Glen Carbon, Mo., spent the week with Jerry and Jeanne Rziha.
Lori Moldenhauer and Frank and Anna Mae Stika enjoyed dinner Aug. 5 in Herington after church.
Deb and Kaylee Hall of Herington, and Tom and Dee Duggan met Darla Hall and Adam of Lee’s Summit, Mo., in Lawrence on Aug. 5 for dinner, shopping, and visiting.
Lucille Kerbs ate dinner with Doug and Connie Thompson Aug. 4 in Abilene.
Leo and Sue Yanda, Ray and Janet Bielefeld and Ken and Iralee Barnard returned Friday from a week’s vacation in Colorado.