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SPY's Newsletter 4/6/222

SPY’s Community Newsletter #188


There Is An Easter Egg Hunt This Saturday

That’s right folks, the Sunfield Historical Society / Welch Museum will once again be holding a community Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, April 9th. It will run from 11:30 AM until 2 PM. Here are some details:

· There will be three age groups

1 – 4

5 – 8

9 – 12

· There will be prizes for each age group

· Each age group will have their own “hunt area”

· Special bags will be provided

· There will be a free lunch

For further information, please contact Pearl Sipperley at (517) 230-6374.

SSAA Launches Their Annual Fund-Raiser

The Sunfield Summer Athletic Association (SSAA) is once again offering a special T-shirt fund-raising sale to parents---team fans---and all people interested in helping out. The shirts are a grey Gildan Softstyle unisex shirt. Adult sizes run $20 each, and child sizes are $15.

Pictured below is the softball option of the shirt. A baseball option is also available.

Anyone interested in ordering can email the SSSA at and they will make arrangements. Orders are due by April 22nd and must be paid for at time of ordering. Cash is accepted or you may use venmo/paypal.


· Best Tax Service made their annual DOUBLE Corporate Sponsorship donation.

· In addition, Oren & Rosie Best made contribution in memory of the following:

Connie Thompson

Stanley Rice

George Mellios

Phyllis Karrar

Jack Estep

Bob Harms

Joan Peabody

Jeannine Rogers

Thank you for your thoughtfulness, support, and consideration!

News From The Library

The Sunfield District Library’s second annual “March Madness for Book Lovers” “tournament” is “now “in the books” so to speak. What started out as sixteen Newbery Award winning books, was slowly reduced to one match-up. “The Tale of Depereaux” by Kate DiCamillo was up against “The Giver” by Lois Lowry. Readers voted on their favorite of the two. It was a very close final round.

Several families were involved and played the game together. They talked about their favorite book, and why they picked it. It was great to see people getting involved and having fun with stories. If someone had not read the book, they were available for check out. Because they were Junior Fiction books, patrons were able to quickly read any missed story. This also allowed both young and old to share the same experience.

Readers were encouraged to vote each week on a round of matched up books. If they participated each week and the title of the final round was picked, their name went into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. The gift card was donated to the library to be given away. After four weeks of elimination, we had our winners. The final story selected by patrons was “The Giver” by Lois Lowry.

The winner of the gift card was Sandy Wells. This was the second year of the book tournament. Patrons, families, and staff had a truly fun time. Be sure to tune in for next year’s “March Madness for Book Lovers” event.

Parting Comments

· Deep Thought of the Week: If common sense was lard, most people wouldn’t be able to grease a pan.

· Notable Quote: “I could end the deficit in just five minutes. You just pass a law that says anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP, all standing members of Congress are ineligible for re-election.”---Warren Buffett

· That’s Puny Department: The other day I got some batteries that were given out free of charge. My lucky day.

· Did You Know Section: When the Triple A Pawtucket Red Socks and Rochester Red Wings took the field at 8:25 p.m. on April 18, 1981, they had no idea that they'd still be trying to break a 2-2 tie at 4:07 the next morning, after 32 innings. The game was suspended (finally) at that point and concluded on June 23, when a run was scored by Pawtucket in the 33rd inning — the most innings ever played in a professional baseball game. It officially lasted eight hours and 25 minutes. Future Major League Baseball stars Wade Boggs (Pawtucket) and Cal Ripken Jr. (Rochester) played in that game.


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