Bridgeport Public Schools and their Veterans Day Committee once again provided the community an opportunity to visit with Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States and honored them in their annual program and thank you dinner. Many students participated by displaying photographs, soldier uniforms, scrapbooks and stories of their family members who have served in the military. Each of the classrooms in the lower elementary grades made an arts and crafts project with the Veteran’s Theme and the Red, White and Blue of the American Flag.
Dalton Village Park is looking a bit better after local Girl Scout Cassandra Hopwood made it her mission to spruce up the rundown basketball court and make it as good as new while earning her Silver Award in this 100+ hour project that ran four weekends this fall. Hopwood, a tenth-year Girl Scout, is a member of Dalton’s troop 10222 and a Freshman at Bridgeport High School.
Newly elected Morrill County Clerk of the District Court Susan Kelly has lived here for the past 25 years. She has experience working at the Morrill County Community Hospital, the nursing home at Bridgeport, the Bridgeport News-Blade and most recently, as a personal banker at Platte Valley Bank in Bridgeport.
Michael B. Harden, Sr., was honored by the Panhandle Block of Quilts of Valor (QOV) on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at the Alliance American Legion Post #7 at a regular meeting of the Legion with the Panhandle Chapter #43 of the American Legion Riders in attendance.
Are you looking for a project to fill the long evenings and cooler days? Do you have an old chair that you want to get rid of? The Friends of the Bridgeport Public Library can solve both problems!