The Kosse Heritage Society (KHS) has been busy and productive of late, making quick work of the project to reroof the Hearn-Gidden House on Hwy. 7 last weekend, and adding finishing touches to open the Heritage House as a bed and bath.
On Tuesday, September 28 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., the City of Kosse will be hosting an Open House for Kosse’s new city offices and courtroom. Everyone is invited to visit and tour the facilities while enjoying refreshments and treats by Duck Mud Coffee. The new City Hall and Courtroom are located at 100 N. Narcissus across the street from the old offices and next door to Farmers State Bank.
We keep having good attendance at Senior Citizens each week, even with a few missing this last Thursday. Reported to me that Glenda Gambini is in hospital and has had surgery and we need to remember her in prayers. We also missed Wilma Lee, Linda and Roger Watson being with us. We welcomed someone new to the fold, Mrs. Gay McBride. She was even a first time winner at Bingo and promises to be back this week. Others present were Lorene Stembridge, Elizabeth Neason, Fonetta Simmons, Snuffy Bennett, Wayne Sharp, Earl Mask, Gayla Lind, Alma McCurry, Sue and Woody Wood, Doris Lemley, James Lenamond, Hank and Elle Staniszewski, Neennah German, Janice Bilbrey and Myself. We’ve been missing Helen Harvey and Jo Ann Diamond, hope to see them back soon. Hope I haven’t forgotten anyone.