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November 24th

Free Christmas Meal at Our Lord’s Church

SOLON– Our Lord’s Church will serve a free Christmas meal Sunday, Dec. 25. All are welcome. Reservations are not required but would be helpful. The meal will be served at noon at the church, located at 131 N. Market St. in Solon. Rides and deliveries are also available. Call Duane and Anna at 319-841-2243 (a local call from Solon) with questions or reservation.

Buy a Brick to fund palliative care gazebo

SOLON– In the community, the connections to the past and the desire to leave a legacy run deep. Thousands of families have been touched by the Solon Retirement Village/Solon Nursing Care Center since its inception in 1973. Now there is a unique opportunity to honor that history and invest in its future.

Council chuckles at UPS golf cart delivery

Shipper sought use of city property for holiday delivery

SOLON– When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a UPS worker at the wheel of a golf cart laden with holiday packages, pulling into my driveway.
It sounded strange, but they talked about it anyway at the Wednesday, Nov. 15, Solon City Council meeting.
The sixth and final item under New Business on the agenda was discussion and possible action on a temporary storage site requested by United Parcel Service’s (UPS) Cedar Rapids office.

Ely Road to open from Hwy. 382 to 140th

IOWA CITY– W6E (Ely Road NE) is expected to remain closed to through-traffic from Highway 382 to 140th Street until noon on Wednesday, Nov. 22, based on the latest forecast weather conditions and schedule update from the prime contractor, according to the Johnson County Secondary Roads Department. Through-traffic should continue to follow the marked detour from Hwy. 382 to Hwy. 1 to 140th Street and vice-versa.

Being of Service

Solon graduate Eric Munson veterans day featured speaker

SOLON– “The most important things that you will do in your life will come from being of service,” Eric Munson told the students.
Munson, a 2004 graduate of Solon High School, was the featured speaker at a Nov. 14 Veterans Day program at the Solon Center for the Arts, and he was passing on the greatest single lesson he learned from his military service.

Hawks pull through with a win

Hawk Talk

The men had a little tougher time against Grambling State last week at Carver.
The game was tight until the middle of the second half when the Hawks pulled away and won, 85-74.
Iowa had five players in double figures led by Jack Nunge off the bench with 17.
Jack hit three 3-pointers, grabbed seven rebounds, had two assists and one blocked shot. He is such a tough matchup at 6-11– shooting 50 percent from 3-point range and 56 percent from the floor.
Tyler Cook and Isaiah Moss each had 15 points.

105-80 win over Northern Illinois

Hawk Talk

The Iowa women opened up the week with a 105-80 win over Northern Illinois.
It was textbook Lisa Bluder basketball.
All five starters were in double figures and Hannah Stewart came off the bench scoring 13 points with two blocked shots.
Alexis Sevillian made her first start with Kathleen Doyle out with an injury.
Alexis looked like she belonged, scoring 15 points in 30 minutes.
Makenzie Meyer and Tania Davis combined for 15 assists and Tania had a career-high 10 rebounds.

ROCK BOTTOM?

Hawk Talk

Purdue clubs Iowa, 24-15

By Don Lund
Sports Writer
Just when you think it can’t get any worse than the 38-15 beat down against Wisconsin the week before…
Purdue is no loaf of bread, but they are not Ohio State, either.
Dropped passes, no pass protection, poor punting and the inability to cover puts the Hawkeyes at 6-5 with one game left.
It’s a sad way to send out the seniors, starting with Josey Jewell.
Josey was a three-year starter, leads the Big Ten in tackles and is the only three-year permanent captain ever under Kirk Ferentz.
Josey led the way with 13 tackles.

Don’t tell my mother

Food For Thought

Even though I’ve celebrated my 83rd birthday and am in no danger of having my mother discover I’ve broken one or more of her rules, I find I still feel pangs of guilt when I do. When we were kids, my big sister could blackmail me into almost anything by threatening to tell Mother I may have committed one or more misdemeanors. Whether I had or not, just the threat that Mother might be inclined to suspect or to investigate any such accusations was enough to make me knuckle under to my sister’s pressure.

November 23rd

Venture Crew Can Drive Sunday, Nov. 26

SOLON– Are those cans and bottles from Thanksgiving pilling up? Let Solon Venture Crew 52 take care of them. Solon Venture Crew Can Drive is Sunday, Nov. 26, at St. Mary Catholic Church parking lot, from noon to 4 p.m. Venture Crew is a group of young adults, ages 14 to 21, who get together for meetings and go on venture filled trips.