Jason Austin Miller of Nebraska City, formerly of Hastings, and Ashlee Ranee Aldana of Nebraska City, announce their upcoming wedding on Oct. 16, 2010.
The wedding will take place at St. Benedict’s Catholic Church in Nebraska City, Neb.
Jason Miller’s parents are Christina Androy and the late Gilbert Androy, Jeffery and Shirley Miller of Malvern. Jason is the grandson of R. Stanley Waller of Red Oak and Arno Miller of Hastings.
Ashlee Aldana’s parents are Jose and Paula Aldana of Nebraska City.
Benjamin Ingersoll and Robyn Jones were married on July 17, 2010, at the Villisca United Methodist Church with Rev. Gordon Scott officiating.
A reception dance was held at the Elks Lodge in Atlantic following the ceremony.
Robyn’s parents are David and Beverly Jones from Marne. Ben’s parents are Shelley and Eric Anderson from Stanton and Bill and Brenda Ingersoll from Villisca.
The Montgomery County Family YMCA and the Montgomery County Memorial Hospital had their 4th Annual Community Walk on Sept. 26.
Participants were entered in a drawing for 2 gift certificates toward a pair of athletic shoes, courtesy of Mark Jackson’s Red Oak Hardware Hank and two $25 Y-Buck gift certificates.
Winning the $25 Y-Buck Gift Certificates were Bevin Griffen of Red Oak and Keith Jorgenson of Emerson. Winners of the $75 shoe gift certificates were Jaden Jorgenson of Emerson and Jasmine Rigby of Red Oak.
ROHS Unity Council will be organizing the “Pink Out” event for the Oct. 12 volleyball match, Pink Out t-shirts will be on sale that night (5:45 p.m.) and the Boosters will be raffling items. All proceeds will be given to Montgomery County Relay For Life. The ROHS Unity Council participated in Relay for Life last year, raising over $800. This fall the Unity Council received the Spirit Award from Montgomery County Relay for Life.
Just last year, Gateway of Chaos-a professional haunted house attraction- summoned thousands of patrons through their doors.
This year will be no different. Yet even in its second year, they have already made their way to being one of the top ranked haunts in the area according to individual haunted house polls at www.hauntworld.com-a national haunted house registry.
Donald Woodin of Essex, showed the first place miniature weanling stallion at the Iowa State Fair.
He has won this class for the last three years. In 2008 he took first in a class of 13, in 2009 he took first in a class of 14 and in 2010 he took first in a class of 11. All were full brothers. Woodin also showed second place weanling mare.
Dylan James Anderson becomes the newest Eagle Scout from Troop 86 in Red Oak.
Dylan began his scout journey in 1999, advancing from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts and achieving all the requirements of an Eagle Scout by May 2010, before his 18th birthday. On May 26, he successfully went before the Board of Review and gained the right and privilege of becoming an Eagle Scout.
Dylan is the son of Larry and Julie Anderson of Red Oak, and the grandson of Mike and Theresa Blum and Marilyn and the late Gerald Anderson all of Harlan.
The Montgomery County Family YMCA is hosting their annual Heritage Club Dinner at the Red Coach Inn and Restaurant on Oct. 4. Social time is 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m.
At this year’s dinner, Vernon Delpesce, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Des Moines will be the featured speaker. For 36 years Vernon has been involved with the YMCA movement and strategically focuses on building character and assets in children, strengthening family relationships, and promoting healthy lifestyles.
AMES, Iowa — Professionals who work with parents can register now for an online mini-course in Partnering with Parents, Iowa State University Extension’s training program focused on parenting education. The online course begins Oct. 11 and runs through Nov. 19.