Thunder Ridge Homecoming 2020
Pictured from left to right: (back) Jacob Barnes, Mark Ferguson, Edgar Galicia; (front) Madelyn Davis, Raini Hrabe, Kylie Reimer
TR Homecoming Week
Thunder Ridge will host homecoming activities this week. Precautions will be taken to maintain six foot of distance between participants. If that is not possible, close contact will be limited to less than ten minutes.
The traditional Bonfire will be held Thursday night around 8:30pm without the
Ktown Kates Met
The September 14th meeting for the Ktown Kates opened with roll call answered by 12 members naming their favorite month. Joyce and Deb B. served refreshments then Donna W. led a fun quiz.
The August minutes were read and a treasurer’s report was given. Both were declared approved.
Georgetta reported that 18 family and single units participated in the September food pantry. September 19 additional workers will be Carmen and Ijean. On October 17, the THIRD
Senorita Anita’s Mexican Fiesta Come out for a Mexican fiesta fundraiser sponsored by Kensington grocery store. Serving burritos, tacos, beans and rice with mock margaritas, Mexican wedding cookies, tamales, and empanadas. This will take place on Sunday, September 20, starting at 11am. The lunch will be carry-out style for a FREE WILL donation. Be sure to register for one of 4 raffles: $50 gift certificate to KCS; Thunder Ridge afghan; New Mexico gift basket; Llama pinata wit
Join Us for Mat Makers Mat makers will meet Saturday, September 12, from 9-noon, at St. John Lutheran Church. There are nine mats ready for delivery to Phillipsburg’s Orphan Grain Train and we are sure to have more after we meet. Please consider stopping by to help! Everyone is welcome! We need hands to flatten bags, cut bags, tie strips together, and to crochet. It’s a very worthy, fun project! Please recycle your plastic bags for now because we have plenty. We had a basemen
Ktown Kates Met The August 21, 2020 meeting for the Ktown Kates was a trip to Holdrege, Ne to the Nebraska Prairie Museum. After eating an early lunch at Country Cookin’, the 7 members enjoyed the over one acre of indoor exhibits, which included period clothing, antique toys including an operating train, farm equipment, carriages, household goods of every kind, rooms representing dentist’s office, doctor’s office, train depot, jailhouse, kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, and