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Sesquicentennial Plans Underway

The Atwood Sesquicentennial Committee consists of, left to right, Diane Eagan, Atwood Village Trustee; Alora Murphy. Ronda Schumacher and Mary Ellen Harris.

By Doris Elmore
Staff Writer

The Village of Atwood will celebrate their Sesquicentennial in 2023 and this group of ladies are diligently working hard to plan events to celebrate 150th years. The committee consists of Diane Eagan, Atwood Village Trustee; Alora Murphy. Ronda Schumacher and Mary Ellen Harris.

Notice the shirts the committee is wearing, the tote bags they have and the window cling Diane has in her hand. These products are available for sale from the committee or from Doris Elmore at the United Church of Atwood. To choose the shirt you desire, and they must be preordered and paid for in advance. They are available in white or gray and the cost is $15.00 plus $1 extra for X. Children’s shirts in small, medium and large can be ordered for $10. The window cling ($3) and tote bag ($7) are available now.

Coming soon…the Wall Dogs have been commissioned to paint the sesquicentennial logo on the south side of the McClain Building. This will be such a great addition to downtown.

Start spreading the news with a shirt, tote bag or window cling. Let’s get ready to celebrate.

 

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