The Krony Krew Bridge Club met April 24 at the home of Kathryn Dickinson. Prizes were awarded to Liz Gegner, Phyllis Scheeler and Louise Frakes. Their next meeting will be on May 8 at the home of Liz Gegner.
Virgil and Jane Symmonds of Fairfield and her mother, Winifred Fritz, went to Kalona on April 20. They visited their son Nolan and Kelly Symmonds. They wanted to see their home improvements, since Kelly’s brother and parents had spent all day painting. Virgil, Jane and Winifred went on to Iowa City to do some shopping. They returned to Kalona to dine with Nolan and Kelly.
On April 21, Jane and Virgil Symmonds, and Mary Stecker with friend Joel, all of Fairfield, enjoyed the evening meal at the home of their mother, Winifred Fritz.
After attending the Lions Club’s fish fry in Brighton on April 12, Rosemary Pacha realized she got home with the wrong coat. If you have a cranberry red coat that doesn’t belong to you but kind of looks like yours, please call Rosemary at 694-4290, or Brighton City Hall at 694-2695. The coat she has does have some differences, and fuzzy mittens were found in the pocket.
Caryl Smith and Rosemary Pacha viewed the film “Green Fire” on April 15. The film was based on the life of Caryl’s uncle, Aldo Leopold. It was shown in Wapello at the Tech Library by the Louisa County Conservation Department.
An Amish class of 15 students, teachers and chaperones from Germanville toured the town of Brighton on April 19. They arrived in Brighton in buggies to visit the fire department, post office and Donna Guy’s art studio. They admired Donna’s art pieces and scenic paintings, and watched her do some china painting.