Bennington News 2-7-13


Well, we got a good snow. The adults were complaining and the kids were loving it.

Glenn and Kassi Bovard and the boys, Kobe and Kole, went sleigh riding and they came inside for some hot chocolate and little Kole was soon sound asleep.

Carla went to Greensburg to pick up Ben Bovard where he was coming home from spending the weekend with his dad. Ben spent the night at Carla’s house, which he loves doing, while Raschel was working Sunday night.

Get well wishes to Emma Sullivan, who broke a bone in her foot and since doing that she has fallen a couple of times since then and I hope she hasn’t reinjured it.

Dusty Carfield went to Chicago, Illinois, for the weekend to attend his sister Kali Carfield’s Navy boot camp graduation. Kali is the daughter of Joe and Michelle Carfield of Vevay.

Kelsey Bovard who is attending Brown Mackie College in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky made the Honors List this semester and will be finishing class in March. She will be doing her externship with Dr. Frede in his Vevay office.

John Scudder of East Enterprise fell on Saturday in his driveway and broke his hip. He was taken to King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison and had surgery Sunday morning. We wish for him a speedy recovery.

I extend my deepest sympathy to Pam Peters at the loss of her sister, Bren Clark. You are in my prayers.

Steve and Teresa Lyons hosted a Super Bowl party at their home on Sunday evening for several friends.

Congratulations to Joe Deck at the chili cookout for People’s Choice. Joe sure makes a good pot of chili. He sends some home with Bob and we sure enjoy it.

Congratulations to my grandson, Jeremy Robinson, on all his hard work coordinating the Turkey Federation meeting and dinner at the Moorefield Fire Department on Saturday evening. Jeremy was really concerned the day before about the weather conditions for fear that people couldn’t make it who bought tickets. But at the end of the day there were 150 attendees.

I made the remark to my husband, I wonder how we could get that many people out to attend church. He just looked at me and shook his head. Dr. Willage had to miss work on Friday due to illness but was back in his office on Monday.

Keith Christman recently had surgery on his shoulder and the healing process has been going rather slowly. I hope by now that things are better for him. His daughter, Lacey Johnson, her husband and baby have relocated to Louisville, Kentucky from Colorado. She will be working at Kentuckiana hospital.

Little Harper Hicks sure enjoyed the snow over the weekend. Harper made snow angels.

Bob and Betty Griswold and Bill Madison went to King’s Daughters’ Hospital to visit John Scudder who fell and broke his hip.

Caleb Bovard returned home Saturday from Colorado where he had been working. He was disappointed that he missed the Turkey Federation dinner.

Sam Schwartz spent Wednesday with his dad helping butcher.