Friday, August 22, 2014

News from The Chronicle

(Courtesy of the 8-14-14 and 8-21-14 editions of THE CHRONICLE)

Sac County Extension Offers Classes
Food Preservation Program on August 27.
Master Gardener Class beginning September 16;
register by September 5.
Registration details on Sac County Extension Facebook Page.

See more upcoming Sac County Extension offerings on the month-by-month calendar.

Senator Grassley to Stop in Odebolt
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley will hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday, September 2, in Odebolt.

The meeting will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Odebolt Community Center, 116 East 2nd Street.

Senator Grassley invites everyone to attend the meeting, and encourages them to ask him questions.

Senator Grassley has made it a point to visit each of Iowa's 99 counties every year since he took office.

Authors Present Books fo OABCIG Middle School
Dorothy Kessler Engstrom and Sandra Kessler Host, authors of Iowa's Rural Settlement - Shaped by Railroads and a System of Rural Schools, presented a case of student textbooks and teachers' guides to the OABCIG Middle School history department on August 19 at the Odebolt Building.

Sac Queen at Iowa State Fair
Sac County Queen Katlyn Cowlham, 17, of Odebolt, was introduced during the Iowa State Fair Queen Coronation Ceremony on the Anne and Bill Riley State at the Iowa State Fair on August 9.

2014 Renze Foundation Awards
Iowa Savings Bank of Carroll, Iowa, Trustee of the Gilbert and Barbara Renze Foundation, has announced the 2014 cycle grant awards.  The City of Odebolt is the recipient of two awards:  $3,8929 for pool stairs and $4,720 for pool pump.

Century Farms Recognized During Iowa State Fair
The Mark Bettin farm, Odebolt, was recognized as a century farm.

Service at Prairie Pedlar
The United Methodist Church of Odebolt hosted about 125 Methodists and Presbyterians from Odebolt and Early on Sunday, August 10 at the Prairie Pedlar.  A time of worship followed by a meal was enjoyed by everyone.

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