Sometimes playing with the worms is more fun than waiting for the fish to bite. David Fu inspects a wiggly worm that’s destined for a fishing hook at the Lions Fishin’ Hole last Friday. —Johnson Publications

Seventh-grader Koby Way practices his casting with a fly rod at Friday’s fishing clinic. He was one of 18 kids who took advantage of the opportunity to learn the basics of fishing. —Johnson Publications

Hooked on fishing

    Spring break ushered in spring a little early, with temps reaching 87 degrees in Holyoke over the weekend.

Agenda Club members celebrating the group’s 70th anniversary are pictured from left, font row, Donna Oliver, Gwen Triplette and Glendoris Ross; and back row, Laura Bittner, Pat Fulton and Judy Schliep. Not pictured are Mary Belle Rafert, Lois Schlachter and Sharron Lett. —Johnson Publications

Agenda Club celebrates 70 years of service, camaraderie and broom sales

    Between the nine of them, current Agenda Club members have dedicated over 200 years to the service group.

Scheunemann’s Department Store has been a mainstay in Holyoke since 1899. In the early days, the store sold groceries, clothing and other household necessities. In the 1960s, the store discontinued their grocery line but kept selling gift items, domestic items, footwear and clothing items. These days, Scheunemann’s main focus is clothing.

Peekin' into the Past

Five Years Ago
March 22, 2007


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