Regina Niemczycki has written a book telling about her life as a child, when she, her family and the people in her village in Europe, were taken to a concentration camp in Siberia. She was ten years old.

It tells about their lives and how her father struggled to keep the family together. The book has been published.

Cindy Clark of Cadillac, co-authored the book with Regina, and you can get a copy of the book from either Regina or Cindy. Regina’s phone number is 231-797-5590 and Cindy’s number is 231-876-1942. The name of the book is Regina’s Tale.

Please remember the Memorial Service for Hazel Preidis, which will take place at the Church of Christ on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 1 p.m. Coffee and dessert will be provided after the service at the Lions Club.

Another Luther Days has come and gone.

Sue Taylor spent the weekend in Grand Rapids, attending the wedding of her niece. When she came home, she brought two of her grandchildren with her for a little country vacation. Their names are Logan and Emma White, and they live in Grand Rapids. They will be in Luther for three weeks, and I am sure they will keep Sue and Amber busy.

So far they haven’t been able to go to the beach because it has been too wet (rainy). Hopefully, the sun will shine soon and they can go swimming!

Thought for the week; The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain!

Have a good week.