The Birmingham Lions Club will meet for a carry-in supper at 7 p.m. Monday at the Birmingham Lions Building. Angie Welcher will have the program.
Birmingham is getting ready for RAGBRAI. The riders will be going through Birmingham the morning of July 27.
For information, call Perry Louth at 319-498-4224.
The Over 50 and Fabulous Red Hat Ladies met for lunch recently at the Lunch Box in Douds. Twenty members and one guest, Pat Crawford of Cantril, were present. Crawford gave a program on “things of nature.”
“Happy Birthday” was sung for those with July birthdays. Jeraldine Snodgrass won the door prize. Betty Countryman and Arlene Lyon were the hostesses.
— Arlene Lyon, Ledger correspondent
The Stockport Public Library’s summer reading program started out with eight children the first week. They talked about dinosaurs and the fossils in the rock the archaeologists had to dig out to find the dinosaurs and other creatures that roamed Earth. Then the children made their own “fossils” out of clay with insects and leaves.
The “game of the day” was to pretend to be archaeologists, and with toothpicks in hand, carefully dig the chocolate chips out of a cookie. After finding out most of the children had more than their estimated number of chips in their cookies, they ate them plus a few more cookies for a snack.
Next week, the summer reading series will go on an adventure about gardens and vegetables.
An Old-Tyme Music Jam is set for 1:30-4 p.m. Sunday at the Heritage Estates Community Room. The public is invited to bring their instruments and play acoustical music or just come and enjoy the fellowship and the music.
A free-will offering taken.
For more information, call Wayne Keller at 319-796-2130.
Everyone is invited to a Community Picnic in the Park from 6-8 p.m. July 24 at City Park. A hot dog roast is planned. Chips, cookies, S’mores and drinks also will be provided.
Kids’ games are planned.
The event is sponsored by the Stockport United Methodist Church.
— Beverly Runyon, Ledger correspondent