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Friday, 21 October 2011 22:51

Bake sale planned to assist Lasaters

Terry and Raina Lasater of Wauneta are making plans to host a bake sale this Saturday in Wauneta to help cover medical expenses incurred as Raina continues to battle a serious heart condition.

The bake sale will begin at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the corner of Tecumseh and Wichita in the former Mark’s Repair building, now owned by Harchelroads.

“We would like to invite everyone to our bake sale,” said the Lasaters, adding that they are also accepting donations of additional baked good items to include in their bake sale as well as monetary gifts.

“If you would like to donate baked good items or other support please bring them to our bake sale by 7 a.m. on Saturday or call us at 394-5841.

The fundraiser is needed to offset costs incurred during a recent trip to California where Raina has undergone surgery in the past to help treat her condition.

“We had some unforeseen medical expenses that came up when we were out in California,” noted Terry Lasater. “Please come out and support our bake sale.”

 

Sunday dinner planned at Wauneta Senior Center

A fundraising noon meal will be served this Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Wauneta Senior Center. Roast beef and baked ham dinners will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. MT. Cost of the meal is $8 for adults and $4 for children under 10.

There will not be a pancake supper or bingo Thursday (today) due to all the Wauneta-Palisade sporting events being hosted in Wauneta and Palisade.

Upcoming pancake supper/bingo nights on the calendar include Nov. 17 and Dec. 15.

 

Heritage welcomes trick-or-treaters

Little spooks and goblins are encouraged to include Heritage of Wauneta on their Halloween night trick-or-treating route.

From 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. MT on Monday, Oct. 31, Heritage residents will have goodies to hand out to the kids.

 

Theatre to initiate fee for 3D glasses next month

Starting in November the Chateau Theatre will start charging $1 per pair of glasses for 3D glasses when 3D movies are shown. This will help cover the cost of sanitizing the glasses between uses as well as replacing the glasses.

Movie-goers this week are in luck as the fee is not yet in effect meaning there will not be a charge for glasses for the 3D showing of “Dolphin Tale” Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

 

Imperial church offers parents’ night out

The Crossroads Wesleyan Church in Imperial will again be sponsoring its “Parents’ Night Out” program, starting next weekend.

“Parents’ Night Out” offers parents a free evening to relax, have a date night, spend time with friends or get some of those things done that they can’t find time to do.

The first “Parents’ Night Out” will be Friday, Oct. 21, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Parents can drop their children (age infant to 11 years) off at the church, 1710 Wesley Drive, at 6 p.m., when the children will have a meal.

After eating, they will work on crafts, play games and end the evening with a movie. Parents should pick up their children by 9 p.m.

There is a limit of 25 children, so parents must RSVP by Oct. 20 to Sherri Wheeler, 308-883-0867.

The program is offered free of charge. Organizers ask that parents spend the time responsibly.