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Neighbors Growing Together | Nov 24, 2017

Birmingham, Stockport

Jan 02, 2014


The Birmingham Homecoming Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Birmingham Lions Building.


The Birmingham Library board will not meet in January.


A smaller crowd than in past years attended the free Christmas dinner Dec. 25 at the Birmingham Methodist church. The annual meal is prepared by Barb Unkrich, Pat Shaw and their families.


The blood drive Dec. 26 at the Birmingham Lions Building netted 16 units of blood. The next drive is set for Feb. 27.

— Arlene Lyon, Ledger correspondent



New children’s books at the Stockport Public Library include: “Footprints in the Snow” by Cynthia Benjamin; “The Berenstain Bears’ Night Before Christmas” by Mike Berenstain; “Llama Llama: Time to Share” and “Llama Llama: Holiday Drama” by Anna Dewdney; “Turkey Claus” by Wendi Silvano; “Little Critter: I am helping” and “Just So Thankful” by Mercer Mayer; “The Berenstain Bears Give Thanks” by Jan and Mike Berenstain; “Fancy Nancy: Our Thanksgiving Banquet” by Jane O’Connor; and “Best Foot Forward: Exploring Feet, Flippers & Claws” by Ingo Arndt.

Several books have been added to the junior fiction collection.

Those include two books in the Geronimo Stilton Series: “I’m Too Fond of My Fur!” and “A Cheese-Colored Camper” by Scholastic. The new books in the junior fiction collection also include several in The Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series: “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” “Rodrick Rules,” “The Last Straw,” “Dog Days,” “The Ugly Truth,” “Cabin Fever,” “The Third Wheel,” and “Hard Luck.”

New books in the junior fiction collection also include: “The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail” by Richard Peck; and “The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell” by Chris Colfer.

Two DVDs were added to the library’s movie collection: “The Little Mermaid”(Diamond Collection), donated by Tammy Lemke; and “Snow Day.”


The B.A.T.T.L.E. Youth Group will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Stockport United Methodist Church.

— Beverly Runyon, Ledger correspondent


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