Palmyra Community News

By Jackie Thomson-Bremer (402) 432-1410 - December 7, 2017

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Congratulations Palmyra One Act! Good luck at State One Act!

 

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Palmyra Senior Diners

By Jackie Thomson-Bremer

The Palmyra Senior Diners had a real treat with Kristen Harrison playing beautifully on the piano. She has been playing for 12 of her 17 years.  She continues to take piano lessons from her grandmother.

 

Panama Quilt Guild

By Jackie Thomson-Bremer

The Panama Quilt Guild met on Nov. 28, at the Panama Presbyterian Church. The ladies started by collecting kitchen items for the Fresh Start program. They also collected fabric fat quarters that will be sent to a quilt guild in California that lost all their fabric due to the fires earlier this year.

 

Panama Quilt Guild member Kim Weide gave a demonstration of a Santa decoration, and a Tree decoration. The members then had time for Show-n-Tell with their projects. The members then started to lay out their ‘Charming Addition’ quilt pieces for the next step.

 

The next meeting will be Dec. 19, 7 p.m. at the Panama Presbyterian Church. Bring three dozen cookies for the cookie exchange. Barb will present a make-and-take, bring a hot glue gun. Barb has a game to play and you will need to bring a picture of yourself when you were a child in an envelope (write your name on the back, you will get them back). Please remember your name tag.

 

Palmyra Youth Group

By Jackie Thomson-Bremer

The Palmyra Youth Group gathered to tie fleece blankets for cancer patients.

 

Their next meeting will be Dec. 13 when the group will go shopping for the youth at the Masonic Eastern Star Home for Youth.

 

Palmyra Presbyterian Church

By Jackie Thomson-Bremer

The Palmyra Presbyterian Church held their annual Talent Night. The group rode around Palmyra on a hay-rack to deliver cookies to elderly members of the community. They sang Christmas carols. They returned to the church for potluck and talent show.  A group of young people sang “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” a brother and sister each played the piano, Grace Myers demonstrated her Tae Kwon Do talents and to end the talent show Al Cochrane and Carol Nisley sang “Did You Know.”  Always a wonderful time.

 

 

 

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