Sandra Kisselback

“My maternal grandfather taught me you can figure lots of things out using observation, some tinkering, and a mindset.

“I won the tractor-driving competition at the Altamont Fair two years in a row.” Pastor Jay Francis was 13. His 4-H membership from fifth to 12th grade strengthened his agricultural roots.

The books are wearing masks. Tributes of greatness deeming the book worthy of your attention are unseen to the prospective reader.

Waning, waxing, gibbous, full. Moon-related descriptions of that celestial wonder in the skies. October’s Blue Moon, the second full moon in October, appears this Halloween. Ooooh. Aaaaah.

Pumpkin carvers, get ready to unveil your masterpieces at the much-talked-about Carved Pumpkin Contest 2020. Be at the Berne Library on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 1 p.m.

Fall for fun and fun for all. So, what’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word October? Trees popping out their fall colors? Apples ripening?

There are many different words signaling the presence of sugar in food.

It’s a fall for all. Anything can happen this time of year. Warm, chilly, cloudy, silly. Rainy, sunny, misty, giddy.

What’s your favorite treat? Is it ice cream draped with hot fudge, then piled high with whipped cream and sprinkled with nuts?

Flip it and twist. Jump up and shout. Time your dance moves with an energetic bounce. If you think that sounds like fun, you should hear what the Word of the Month Club is up to.


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