Coffee and rolls will be ready shortly after 8 a.m. and the event will run at least until 1 p.m.
Lunch will be ready by mid-morning. Taverns, beans, chips, pie and beverages are on the menu. A free-will donation is requested.
Many people have become accustomed to getting some of their Easter pastries at this function. We hope it will be a two-way event; those bring in the pastries for sale and thus supporting the work of the club, and those who will come to buy.
The Wakonda Community Club worked out some of the details for the event at its monthly meeting April 9. Some of the other agenda items included a 2006 club membership report and subsequent membership cutoff as the new brochure is about to be printed. Reports were given by Dave Hutchinson, high school principal, who covered information on consolidation and school events. Sheriff Andy Howe and a deputy were present and gave a brief report, and the Heritage Manor report highlighted the upcoming National Nursing Home Week. Michelle Ness is the new activity coordinator at Heritage Manor.
It was decided that the town clean-up efforts will begin the week following Easter. Poster displays, made by the elementary students, will be displayed downtown in the near future.