People You Know

?• PRIDE-sponsored Easter baskets arrived at The Bank, Herndon and are on display this week. Tickets are available for the drawing to take place after the Easter bake sale and egg hunt at City Park at 10 a.m., Saturday, April 19. Stu and Pam Stuczynski did a great job with the baskets of goodies. Herndon PRIDE members will meet at 7 p.m, Thursday, April 10, at the Sunflower Villa meeting room.
• Bart Ecker, Troy and Brandi Ecker of Hays came Friday evening to celebrate birthday weekend with Sharon Ecker. Marlin Marintzer stopped by Saturday morning and Carla Marintzer enjoyed birthday dinner with the group on Saturday. Family returned home Sunday afternoon.
• Jacob, Kade and Phoebe Marintzer of Westmoreland and Abe and Amilee Marintzer of Valley Center came to Herndon to help Greg fix pasture fences. Grandma Rita played with the kids all day Saturday. Saturday evening, Greg and Rita hosted a barbecue with Justin and Lori Marintzer, Isaac and Bethany Marintzer and Grandma Leen joining the company.

Learn about Herndon
on the website

Herndon has a colorful, informative new website which includes a helpful calendar of events.
Visitors to the site will find a listing of local businesses and the services they offer, as well as church service times and special events.
The website is linked to the one at USD 105 so information about school happenings and upcoming events will be readily available.
Herndon Heritage Craft Day and Main Street Christmas are already on the pages.
New information can be added to the website, which is sponsored by Herndon PRIDE, by contacting Deb Portschy at 322-5212.
Enjoy learning about the past and future events by logging on the herndonkansas.com website.