Easter dinner guests of David and Sherry Cerka were their son and family, David and Veronica Cerka, Dylan and Clayton of Cedar Rapids and their daughter, Jolleen Cerka of Washington.
Wilma McAllister joined other family members at the home of Steve and Chris Williams at Anamosa on Easter and helped great-granddaughter Tessa Williams celebrate her 2nd birthday.
Merlin and Frieda Finke went to Winfield and had Easter dinner with their son and wife, Bill and Cindy Finke and other family members.
Larry and Donna Fletcher enjoyed Easter dinner in Cedar Falls at the home of Kaleb and Linsey Zimmerman, Henry and John. Others present were Robin Fletcher and Corey and Amy Mellies Lily, Oliver and Claire, all of Ames, Brad and Carol Fletcher, Clint and Emma of Cedar Falls, Steve and Pam Green, Jacob and Fletcher and Brittany Sholl of Washington and Mick and Kathy Garris of Winfield.
Wyman Community Club met Monday, April 1, for lunch at the Ainsworth Four Corners with 19 present. Those attending were Keith and Pat Jones, John and Betty Wittrig and Lorrine Frame of Winfield; Merl and Frieda Finke, Fern Clang, Ruth Erwin and Pauline Richardson of Crawfordsville; Ruth Johnston of Ainsworth; Wilma Vosburg of Grinnell, Norm Waters of Fairfield; and Al and Adeline Sents, Audrey Finke, Joann Love, Peggy Buffington and Mabel Lenz, all of Washington.
Mabel, Joann and John shared hickory nut birthday cake with the group.
They will get together again for lunch at the Ainsworth Four Corners on May 6.
Ten members gathered Tuesday, April 2, at the home of Betty Lucas for the regular White Cloud Club meeting.
Pat Miller opened the meeting with readings, “Fashion Mandate and Bounce This Along,” many things the dryer sheet will do other than make clothes smell good.
Roll call was answered by members telling of a favorite bird that has returned this spring.
Minutes were read and the treasurer’s report was given and approved.
There was no old business. Next month’s meeting will be with Julia and a plant and bulb exchange will be held.
The meeting adjourned and three Mystery Sister gifts were opened.
Betty gave everyone a maze on paper for entertainment.
A delicious dessert and coffee was served by the hostess.
Those attending were Pat Miller, Frieda Finke, Joyce Huff, Julia Bletscher, Lennis Beichter, Betty Lintz, Wanda Schultz, Virginia Sands and Pauline Richardson.
Everyone was invited to attend a spaghetti supper, Saturday, April 13, at the Crawfordsville City Hall for Craig Davey who will be having a double lung transplant sometime this year. The Crawfordsville Community Club hosted this supper to help offset the immense costs associated with traveling and living in St. Louis during his operation and for four months after. The supper (a free-will offering) was being held from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Save the dates of April 25-27, as these are the dates of the upcoming United Church of Crawfordsville Spring Rummage Sale in the Fellowship Hall. Items may be brought to the church and put in the area behind the pulpit. If possible, please bring items in boxes that can be used to pack leftover items. Items may also be brought in plastic bags.
TVs will not be accepted. Small electrical items must be in good working order and items of all kinds need to be clean and presentable.
More information to follow.