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June 19, 2018

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Senior Center hold week-long crafts sale

Bluffton Senior Citizens Center, 132 N. Main St., will hold a craft supply sale starting next week, according to Tonya Meyer, director.

"Everything is priced to sell," she said. "The sale includes beads, lace, sewing notions, fabric, dolls to dress, quilt frames, craft kits, pattern books and much much more."

Hours follow:
Monday, June 18, 10 to 4
Tuesday, June 19, 9 to 4 and 6 to 8
Wednesday, June 20, 9 to 4
Thursday, June 21, 9 to 7
Friday, June 22, 9 to 3

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SHANNON Service Club invites flag sponsors

Flag sponsorships assist the club's community service projects

The SHANNON Service Club invites  viewers to be a 2018 Main Street flag sponsor, according to Duane Bollenbacher of the club.

The purchase of flags, a $25 per flag, is open to businesses, organizations, or to individuals.

Bollenbacher said that sponsors may name someone that you wish to honor or memorialize with each flag sponorship.

All proceeds from the sponsorship of flags help the S.H.A.N.N.O.N. Service Club in its quest to make Bluffton a better community for its children, its elderly, its needy families, and all the citizens of Bluffton. 

If it has wheels you'll see it Friday

You won't see a car built before 1990 - maybe even 1975 - on Main Street

Bluffton Main Street ghosts reappear on Friday, June 15.

Those shadowy figures grew up on leaded gasoline, have 8-V engines under their hoods and ride on white-wall tires. They arrive in a variety of bright colors and don’t have FM radios.

Some have strange names like: Plymouth, Studebaker, Mercury, Edsel, VW Bug, Woody, Oldsmobile, Desoto and Packard.

Over 200 of them return to Bluffton for the 51st Bluffton Festival of Wheels cruise-in, sponsored by the Bluffton Lions.

June 21 antique auction in Bluffton

An auction including a 40-plus year collection of antiques is scheduled at 113 E. Kibler St., Bluffton, starting at 4 p.m., Thursday, June 21, according to Chet Straley of Straley Realty and Auctioneers.

The auction includes antique furniture and gold jewelry, furniture and household items, appliances, toys, collectibles and primitives, jewelry and garage items and tools.

An attachment at the bottom of this story reveals more of the auction information.

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Pandora UM offers free community meal June 27

The Pandora United Methodist Church will be hosting a free community meal on Wednesday, June 27, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the church fellowship hall, 108 E. Washington St. The meal this month is provided by the mission committee. The menu is hamburger sandwich, baked potato bar, mixed fruit, dessert and beverage.

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Bluffton Lions award scholarships

Five seniors were awarded scholarships by the Bluffton Lions Club this year. Those students attending the noon meeting of the Bluffton Lions Club are shown left to right:

Nathan Zuercher from Cory-Rawson High School; Karis Wilson, Sydney Hoff and Christian Groman from Bluffton High School. Chase Huffman from the Pandora-Gilboa School was not present at this meeting.

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