People You Know
?• Deb Portschy and her aunt, Barb Record of McCook, spent the weekend in Stockton visiting Freddie and Shirley Reed and other family and friends. Deb participated in the Holiday Craft Show held at the Stockton City Hall. They returned home Sunday.
• Weather conditions cancelled the arrival of Santa in Herndon last Sunday. The Pride Main Street Christmas will be held this Sunday, Dec. 15 at St. Mary’s Hall. Homemade rolls, coffee and hot chocolate will be served from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., with the Belles of St. Mary’s singing and welcoming Santa at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to greet and thank Santa for coming in this cold weather.
• The monthly senior dinner will be held at noon, Wednesday, Dec. 18 at the center. All seniors are welcome to come join in the sharing of dinner and the afternoon of fun.
• Kyle and Cindi Grafel attended the Christmas concert in Sterling in which their daughter, Rachel, sang. Rachel is a junior at Sterling College majoring in biology. Sarah Grafel also attended the concert and is finishing her student teaching this semester at Buhler Grade School in the first grade classroom. They all stayed at the home of Charlotte Smith in Buhler.
• Chase, Dana, Paycie and Parker Juenemann, Ron and Cindy Sattler and Eric and Jayda Sattler attended the Christmas concert Tuesday in Atwood and watched Payton Juenemann with her kindergarten class. Parker and Jayda cheered for Payton as she made her little elf debut on stage.
• Dan Sattler and children, Jackie and Kale, had a surprise 40th birthday party for Gigi Sattler at Pizza Hut in McCook on Saturday. Tom and Myra Sattler, Thelma and Jack George, Kevin and Megan Rippe and family, David Sattler and friend Sara Lentz, and friends and family of Gigi's helped her celebrate her birthday. Fun and pizza was on the menu.
• Greg, Rita and Joe Marintzer, Isaac and Bethany Marintzer along with Grandma Leen traveled to Valley Center to help celebrate Amilee's 2nd birthday. Other guests included, Justin and Lori Marintzer of Herndon; Jacob, Tara, Kade, Phoebe and Elsie Marintzer of West Moreland; Grandpa Roy and MiMi Paula Williams and Gigi all of Wichita. Hosts were Abe, Alex and Addisyn Marintzer of Valley Center. All made it safely home on the awful icy and snow packed roads Sunday afternoon.
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.