Tales

Tale of the Times – Gordy and Peggy Kircher

How to celebrate our family Chirstmas Eve during Covid restricting group gatherings? Our family, actually our daughter came up with the idea of having a Stillwater Christmas Scavenger Hunt. She created all the clues, made all the arrangements and did all the set up without any of our relatives being involved.

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Tale of the Times – Gordy Kircher

Starting mid March when all the Covid closings and fears started Volunteering dropped dramatically because many people had underlying conditions... so I decided to step up my volunteering efforts at both the Zephyr Theater and the Red Cross. At the theater I helped with anything, bar tending, setting up and tearing down chairs at concerts, taking tickets, helping at the Halloween events, etc.

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Tale of the Times – by C

It is mid-March 2020. Snow has melted but nothing has begun to green. Days are dreary flat lit grey and the wind is bitter. The world is being systematically shut down by a virus that unites us as it drives us apart. I walk to work alone, one of a skeleton crew of ag hands kept on in the hopes that, come summer, there will still be people to feed.

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Tale of the Times – Candace Ganje

In the beginning days of the Covid pandemic the word “HOPE “ became very meaningful to me. I began a mission to write/sketch something about HOPE everyday or so. I also hung a lighted sign that says HOPE on outside terrace patio hoping it would give inspiration and Hope to all who pass by. I have attached a collage of all my sketches and sayings non HOPE u have shared on Facebook so far.

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