Indian Creek Newsletter
on the web at frontiernet.net/~indiancreek
compiled by Helen Mogill,
Learn how to tell your stories!
With Linda Garbe, Tuesday, Sept. 4, , at the library
Everyone has an interesting story BUT not everyone is a good storyteller. You have unique experiences, lessons from the school of life. Share your wisdom. Learn how to tell your stories!
Indian Creek resident and neighbor, Linda Garbe, professional storyteller, retired Asst. VP of Creative Services at State Farm, corporate trainer and personal communication coach will teach you how to tell your stories.
On September 5 (Wed) from , there will be a special event in the
library parking lot. NASA is coming! Come and see what NASA is
doing in aeronautical research and space exploration by visiting the
traveling AeroSpace bus. When you arrive, you
will be invited into the bus to sit in comfortable, rotating and reclining
captain's chairs to watch high-tech movies about space exploration research
and about living in space. All ages are welcome and admission is
free. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to see what NASA is doing
The book for the next ‘Towanda Reads’ will be at the Dragon Café, by Judy Fong Bates, published in 2005.
The discussion will be Thursday, Sept. 13, from , at the library.
The Sons of the American Legion is hosting their Steak Fry on Friday, September 14th at the American Legion from .
The menu includes a steak, salad, potato, roll, and dessert.
Cost for the Dinner is $10.00. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Carry outs will be available.
ITALY: Tuscany, Rome and the Mediterranean
Thinking of planning a trip to Italy or do you just want to do some armchair traveling? Jim Ferrier is a travel planner for State Farm and recently returned from a 3-week stint in Italy and Mary Williams, library director, traveled to Rome and throughout Tuscany in July, and they will share their beautiful photos with you. No registration is necessary.
Welcome New Neighbor
Welcome to Mary and Steve Kerber who moved
“We have two great
kids. Our son, Scott (25) lives in
“Steve and I
both work at State Farm. Steve works at the MRSF Central and I work in
the Agency department at Corporate. I've been there 28 years and Steve
has worked there for 14 years. In our spare time, we
enjoy antiquing, bowling, reading, playing tennis, restoring
vintage automobiles and spending time with friends and
family. Steve grew up on a farm near Merna, and I grew up at
· Snow thrower, Sears "Eager 1", 4-speed, self propelled, 10 hp, 32" path, pneumatic tires with chains. Little used, runs well. $500 OBO
Florida Condo for
Beautiful fully-furnished 2
bedroom/2 bath condo in gated golf course community in
· 2002 Ford Explorer XLT, AWD/4WD, Rear Air, 3rd Row Seat, Towing Package, Keyless entry, Running Boards, Luggage Rack, power locks and windows, Looks and Runs great, $9,800, Listed in AutoTrader.com
· Aquariums of various sizes and conditions and plus accessories.
2007 JWP Audubon Bird Seed Sale is Coming Up!
We will mail order blanks for the fall
bird seed sale around September 14. Please contact Sue Arnold at
Past profits from
the sale have been used to purchase trees for
Towanda Area History Website is Ready
The Towanda Area History digital imaging project is coming
to a close. Many Towanda area
residents participated in this project to document the Towanda area history
before it is lost, including Indian Creek residents Tish Hamblen, Kay
Liebenow, Ruth Parsons, and Helen Mogill.
Go to the recently completed TAHS website at towandahistory.org. You will find plenty of interesting
information about the Indian Creek subdivision and of the Indian Creek area,
which was one of the first locations to be settled in this part of
McLean County Home and Community Education
by Pat Pulokas
The McLean County Home and Community
Education group will on
Check out the HCE website at www.mcleanhce.org for all program and workshops listings and groups meeting. McLean County HCE believes education is a lifelong activity and they provide the lessons for learning
Peace Meals Volunteers Needed
by Sharon Arteman
Volunteers are needed for as little as one
hour a month delivering Peace Meals to approximately 5-6 people in Towanda. A special thanks to all of you who have helped in the past
and also to our current volunteers: Jim Arteman, Jim Brown, Mary Lou Hutson, Jerry Lehan, Lyle & Mary Merritt, Tim &
Helen Mogill, Heather Nolan and Pat Pulokas.
Sharon Arteman , Village Clerk at
Towanda Fire Department
fire department will be moving into their new station the first part of
September. It will be located at 203
Fire Station reports for August: 2 Accidents, 3 Medical, 1 Vehicle fire, 1 Mutual aid, and 3 Investigations.