Archive for Thursday, December 21, 2006

Baldwin Briefs

December 21, 2006

Signal, other businesses
closed Christmas Day
The Baldwin City Signal, like most businesses in the city, will be closed Monday, Christmas Day.
The Signal will be open Tuesday for regular business hours. There will also be early deadlines for news and advertising next week because of New Year's Day. News deadline is Friday at noon, display advertising deadline noon Friday and classified advertising deadline is 11 a.m. Jan. 2.

Special services and
music to be held
Ives Chapel United Methodist Church will have Christmas worship services at 11 a.m. Sunday. The choir will present special music during the service.
Christmas Eve services will begin at 7 p.m. Sunday. The community is welcome to attend.

Lighthouse church
sets Christmas events
The Lighthouse Baptist Temple choir will perform Christmas music at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday and Christmas Eve candlelight and communion services will be at 6 p.m. that evening.
The community is welcome to attend all services.

First Methodist
schedules services
Christmas Eve services at First United Methodist Church will be at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. Community members are welcome to attend.

Worden UMCH to
celebrate Christmas
The Worden United Methodist Church will have Candle Light Celebrations on Christmas Eve with services at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. Communion will be served at the 11 p.m. service. All are welcome.

Moore elected De Soto
Chamber president
David Moore, Baldwin City, doesn't have any grand plans as the next president of the De Soto Chamber of Commerce because he figures keeping up the tradition of recent presidents is grand enough.
"I will carry over the chamber's momentum and continue to add members," he said.
The chamber added 35 members last year and now has 172 members.
Moore, vice president of commercial and real estate lending with De Soto TeamBank, was elected president of the chamber at the organization's November meeting.
Moore said he wanted to build on the success of last month's chamber blues and barbecue that raised $5,000. He would like to see it become an all-day event next year, he said, with more bands and an inflatable children's playground.

Vinland Valley 4-H
Club reports meeting
The Vinland Valley 4-H Club met at Vintage Park Center recently to sing Christmas carols to residents.
The group then went to Vinland Methodist Church for the meeting. Roll call was answered by favorite hobby. Guests were Kylie Seaman, Briana Beets and Michael Moore.
Leaders reported on record books and important dates. Junior officers were installed. Members of clothing buymanship set a date and time for shopping for donations to the Salvation Army. The next meeting is Jan. 8.

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