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Hogeland Happenings


March 18, 2020

The Annual Seed Show was held this past week in Harlem. A good crowd attended despite the snow and cold weather.

On Saturday, Diana Maloney and Hilary Richman ,Hannah and Natalie were out to see Mom and Dad Krass for a little while to help them and to visit.

Dusty and Misty Mohar and boys were out to Brenda and Terry Mohars this weekend to help with calving and lambing. They returned home Sunday.

Mike ,Crystal and Lucy Grabofsky, Shawn Beck, and Levi Hawley were lunch guests at the Wally Beck home.

Susan and Gene Billmayer were to Chinook for eye appointments on Tuesday.

Thursday morning, Loretta Beck went to Harlem to help set up for the Quilt Show and that evening Merrillyn Billmayer and Loretta attended the Lenten Service and soup supper at the Lutheran Church in Turner.

Susan Billmayer spent Thursday- Saturday down in Harlem at the Seed Show.

Loretta Beck worked at the Quilt Show Friday afternoon.

Susan Billmayer attended Bible Study in Turner Monday evening.

The Hogeland Lutherans didn’t have Church Sunday because of the snow blocking driveways. It blew around and there were a few drifts in yards Saturday night.

The Big Flat Catholic Church will hold their Annual Dinner and Bazaar on Sunday March 22 at 12-2 pm. The Bazaar will open at 11:30-2 pm. They will be serving Turkey with all the trimmings. Come out and enjoy a great meal.

On Sunday, Diana Maloney visited Mom and Dad Krass and in the afternoon, Linda and Darel Hauge came over to visit them.

A lot of people were home today but were staying in because of the snow and the coronavirus. Let’s hope they both disappear.


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