PROMONTORY POINTERS 12/1/10n
It is time to donate extra coats to the Humanitarian Center. Marie Ohman says there are pick-up centers at Brigham City’s Kent’s Market Place, Smith’s, Box Elder County Credit Union, Attitude, Hair and Nails, and Tremonton Kent’s and Ridley’s; Bear River City’s Country Archers, Howell’s Lyle and Lois Nessen’s home; and Corinne’s Bear River Valley Co-op. There is also a pick-up center at Honeyville’s Lainie’s store. Marie gives her thanks to all who contribute. The drop-off boxes will be checked and unloaded frequently. All coats will be delivered to the Humanitarian Center in Salt Lake City. The 10,000 coat goal last year was comfortably met.
Gary Petit thought he was going to have to shovel snow last week, then the weather turned milder again.
Boyd Udy reports just working around home and the ranch. “And there is always a fence to fix or a wire to tighten,” he says.
Orson and Jeannette Poulsen are happily getting ready for the family at Thanksgiving at their home.
Kaye Draper had a busy week starting Monday with her job in the morning and square dancing in the evening. On Wednesday after mid-morning bingo, several of the players gathered at the Liberty Center kitchen to make chocolate chip cookies for the boutique/craft fundraiser. The sale went well with approximately $700 earned. The Lowell Apartment Association gave everybody at Kaye’s apartment building a Thanksgiving dinner.
Winnie Richman enjoyed talking to her cousin Sarah Williams in San Diego on Tuesday. “It’s nice to get caught up on family doings,” Winnie says. Tuesday afternoon Winnie attended piano lessons with Marriah and Zack Richman. These two grandchildren are doing well on their recital pieces.
On Wednesday, Winnie and several friends prepared a lunch for Laura Wheatley and family after the birth of her new baby girl.
Thursday evening, Winnie and friend Carolyn Carter visited the studio of Jason Nessen, an artist and teacher of art from Tremonton. Both ladies agree that the art to be transferred to canvas was very interesting. They observed several new approaches to learning about painting, too.
On Saturday, the Richmans weaned their calves with help from sons Aaron and Lyle, nephew Cody and his friends Lonnie and Tyrell, and Casey Day. “It was cold, but the rain held off until we were done,” Winnie says.
On Sunday, Clynn and Winnie and Marriah and Zack Richman drove to Thatcher to wish Caden Lott a happy birthday (17th).