Firemen Entertain Residents of Housing Project
The Volunteer Firemen prepared a turkey dinner with all the trimmings for residents of the Housing Authority Project Friday evening.
Sixty-five residents were in attendance. Others present to enjoy the dinner were members of the board: Mr. and Mrs. Alva Jensen, W.E. McCampbell, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Green, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bocquin and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Moore.
Following the dinner, Miss Debbie Harless presented her dance pupils in a short and enjoyable program.
The firemen presented Mr. and Mrs. Simmie Tobin with a chrysanthemum plant in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary which was April 9.
LOOK OUT TRASH HERE WE COME...Rev. Bob Elliott, left of map, organized a trash pick up day for the City of Gower. The turnout of volunteers was very good with literally hundreds of items picked up. Some of the items qualified for recycling.
Strong storms cause damage throughout Clinton County
(Left to right) Youngsters Tyler Williamson, Corey Botehlo and Levi Russell were one of the first Lathrop residents to notice the huge hollow tree down at the Lathrop City Park after strong storms blew through on Friday, April 2. Other reports in Lathrop included downed power lines and several more instances of fallen trees and tree limbs.