We all need to do something. Life in MI Town isn’t all sunshine and light and singing Kumbaya around the campfire, no matter how much we would hope it to be.
Hansen - 100th
Lamb - 90th
As craft beer and home brewing continue to rise, interest in growing hops ferments among home gardeners.
It’s almost mid-January in MI Town, and it seems like springtime is out there on the horizon, far away.
Andrew and Stephanie Weston celebrated Stephanie’s Jan. 1 birthday by going to the Hoof N’ Holler bull and bronc riding event and New Year’s Eve party at the Linn County Expo Center in Albany with Stephanie’s parents, Tony and Debbie Rodriguez.
Thanks so much to friends who sent thoughtful cards and messages these last few weeks.
Pedee Church’s Christmas Eve candlelight service was special this year as the children’s program highlighted the event, which was written and acted almost totally by the kids, and directed by Heather Traglia.
The Women’s Club met at Mel and Marguerite Nice’s home in McMinnville today for a Christmas potluck.
The beautiful Christmas carols and other seasonal tunes have taken flight from the airwaves and it’s somewhat bittersweet to say good-bye to music that helped transform the dark and rainy days in this wintry season.
In January and February, the flowers of winter arrive, blooming as cheerfully as the showoffs of spring.
To continue along my medical journey: Today’s a follow-up appointment with Dr. Faddis in Corvallis to be sure all is well.
Former Pedee resident Ted South, 78, died on Dec. 2. He grew up on Shady Lane, going to school in Pedee and lived there until the ’60s. He was the brother of Carla Burbank.
Many homeowners struggle with moss that invades lawns as winter rains provide just the right conditions for its growth.
Our beautiful blue skies and unseasonable December weather have given us so many reasons to be grateful that we live in MI Town.