Top stories in the Monday, Dec. 2 edition
Top stories from the Monday, Dec. 2 Holton Recorder include:
• The Holton community is mourning the loss of a community leader whose work to improve the community stretched far beyond his work at Denison State Bank. Read more about the late Jim Birkbeck in today’s edition.
• Deb Dillner is one of four area residents selected for induction into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce. We’ll tell you more about Dillner and her volunteer work, including who inspired her to get into volunteering and why she does it.
• Chamber President Laura Golden will serve as the grand marshal of the 20th-annual Christmas Parade of Lights this Saturday! Find out more about the parade, as well as other related activities that will be happening around Holton’s Town Square this Saturday.
• Holton’s middle and high schools will be teaming up to put on “Christmas Shorts,” a collection of 15 holiday-themed skits, this Sunday. Today’s edition features more about the skits and the new drama classes at both schools that will present the skits this weekend.
Also, if your child has a letter to send to Santa, make sure The Recorder gets it by Friday, Dec. 6! Log in to your holtonrecorder.net account and select “E-Editions” for more on these and other stories.