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Valley Home News for March 20, 2013

POSTED March 21, 2013 12:08 p.m.
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Valley Home 4-H Annual Club Presentation Night will be held on Thursday, March 21 at St John’s Church here in Valley Home. The Presentation will commence at 6 p.m. in the Church Hall. This will be the final dress rehearsal for club members attending County Presentation Day. The event provides a wonderful opportunity to come and listen to Valley Home and Orange Blossom 4-H speech project members give their presentations. These young people have been working very hard preparing and practicing their presentations. You are invited to please join them and support your fellow 4-H’ers for an evening of fun and learning. You won’t be disappointed.


Happy Birthday to Pat McKenzie from all his Valley Home friends! Festivities celebrating Pat’s 50th birthday by his wife, Michelle and family members with a delicious dinner at the Espino family’s Taqueria Xpress in Riverbank. The Espinos are another Valley Home family.


Joe and Christie Martin celebrated a wedding anniversary this past week. Happy Anniversary from all their Valley Home friends and neighbors!


Those enjoying March birthday celebrations this week were Emily Bush and Elsie Betschardt who celebrated their special day on March 20, the first day of Spring! Tim Hempleman and Marvin Richards also enjoyed birthday celebrations this week. A great big Happy Birthday to all from all their Valley Home friends and neighbors.


There is a rumor that a big bunny was seen hopping through our community this weekend. Hmmmm! Could he have been checking out the area for the upcoming Easter Egg Hunt coming up on March 30 and being held on the ‘old’ school campus?


The last report this week is an unusual one but in our current mixed up world one must pay attention to all reports. On last Friday evening we received a report about 10:00 p.m. that there was a masked and caped person jumping in front of cars at the Lone Tree and Pioneer Avenue intersection. He trespassed into neighboring yards and was cussing at one of the residents. The sheriff’s department was called and patrolled the Valley Home area for a substantial time but no one was reported apprehended. Please pay attention to these reports. Today it is difficult to determine what is to be taken seriously so please pass this report along, it is FYI.

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