Hometown Happenings

10/10/2018 – HOT HOMETOWNS on KK93

Crofton Warrior Band Activities:
Oct. 13 – March to the Meridian – Yankton
Oct. 20 – Quad State – Vermillion

Senior Center News:
October Caregiver’s Support Group meets October 10th at 1:30.
Huge Bake Sale the 11th of October starting at 4:00 p.m.

St. Rose News:
Wednesday, 10-10 — 12:00 Dismissal St. Rose only, School of Faith for teachers
Tuesday, 10-16 — End of the First Quarter
Thursday, 10-18 — Miles of Smiles here for teeth screening
Friday, 10-19 — No School, Fall Break
October is Clergy Appreciation Month
Friday, Nov. 2 — Picture Retakes
Wednesday, Nov. 7 — 12:00 Dismissal St. Rose only, School of Faith for teachers

Join the St. Rose Right to Life in praying the Patriotic Rosary for America
Saturday, October 13th at 11am at the South City Park. The public is invited
and refreshments will be served afterwards. As human efforts fail to solve
America’s key problems, we turn to God, through his Holy Mother, asking for
urgent help.

South Dakota National Guard and families are selling pumpkins, and the
proceeds will go to military families in need. The pumpkin patch is located
1 mile west of Hwy 81 and 121 intersection. It will be open Saturday,
October 13th from 10am to dark and Sunday, October 14th from 10am to dark.

Crofton Community Blood Drive on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 from 1:30 to
6pm at the Senior Center Bloodmobile in Crofton. Schedule your appointment
online at www.lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800-287-4903.

All Saints Polka Mass and Dinner at St. John the Baptist in Fordyce on
Sunday, October 14th. Mass at 10:30am, serving from 11am to 1:00pm. Brats,
ham, kraut, potatoes, corn, salad, dessert, dinner roll, and beverage.
Adults $10, children $5, and five and under are free.

St. Boniface Fun Night, Saturday, October 27th. Tickets are available now
for $35 donation. Dinner prepared by Merkel Catering. $500 door prize
drawing. Additional drawings and fun throughout the night. If you would like
to donate an item or purchase a Fun Night ticket, contact Merle & Sue Tramp,
chuck & Rita Mueller, Randy & Marie Goeden, Justin & Raina Hoebelheinrich,
or Terry & Mary Jean Zavadil.

Sacred Heart Church in Wynot has their Fall Breakfast on Sunday, October
28th from 9am to 1pm, serving pancakes, French toast, sausage, scrambled
eggs, fruit, juice, and coffee. Adults $8, kids ages 6 to 12 for $5, and
kids 5 and under are free. Sausage for sale, door prizes, bake sale, and
Catholic book fair.

Crofton’s Youth Program meets after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Contact the City office for more information.

Main Street Treasures is a non-profit thrift store operated by volunteers. The store sells clothing, housewares, small furniture, small appliances, lawn & garden items, toys, baby stuff, hunting accessories, and other items. Proceeds benefit the Crofton area. Main Street Treasures is open Wednesdays 10am to 8pm, Thursdays and Fridays, 10am to 6pm, Saturdays 10am to 2pm, and the first Sunday of the month 10am to 1pm.

Crofton Community Club Bucks make GREAT gifts for teachers, pastors, employees, grown children, & friends! They can be redeemed at any of our member locations, keeping dollars right here in our community. A full list of members are available on our website www.crofton-nebraska.com. Please call ahead to order: Larry Cooper at Farmers & Merchants State Bank. 402-388-4344. These “Bucks” work just like a check and cannot be redeemed for cash, so it is best to order in small increments of $10-$20

The Crofton Community Club is always looking for individuals and businesses to strive for the future of Crofton. Dues are reasonable and help support activities in and around the Crofton area. Visit our website or like us on Facebook and print off a new member form, or ask a current member for information. We would love to add you or your business to our list of members! Please download the PDF membership form for both individuals/couples and businesses – HERE

Erin Dennis

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