2017-06-14 / Communities


The Lego Architecture event was held at the Kellogg Educational & Community Center with 24 students and 10 parents. Students put together Lego Architecture Kits based on international buildings such as the Trevi Fountain, Imperial Palace, and France. The Lego Movie was also shown. Thanks to everyone to make it a great success. This event was funded by a grant from the Delaware Academy Kellogg Memorial fund.

At the Kellogg Center there were also exhibits on the businesses of Treadwell: Treadwell Pottery, the Odd Fellows and more. Thanks to Marlene Weerheim Stewart who helped with organizing hundreds of clippings and putting in binders - obituaries, weddings and anniversaries. Thanks to Tom and Nancy Barnes who helped move some cases to get ready for the day.

The Kellogg Educational & Community Center will host a showing of Beauty and the Beast on Saturday, June 17 at 7 p.m. Thanks to the Kellogg Franklin Trust for purchasing a movie picture licensing permit to show newer movies. Enter on the side of the building with the KE&CC banner.

Treadwell Lawn Sale Day seemed to be a success. Although there were only 13 tables or sales, everyone seemed to clear out some of their stuff. This was sponsored by the Treadwell Community Improvement Club. Thanks to the Treadwell United Methodist Church who opened up their rest rooms for everyone, and thanks to the Treadwell Fire Dept. who made burgers and hot dogs for the day.

Next month, Wednesday, July 5 (change due to holiday) the new 4 County Bookmobile will be stopping in Treadwell from 2:40-3:10. Check out some books for the summer in print, on CD or a movie.

July 1-2, Saturday and Sunday, Stagecoach Run Art Festival will be happening in and around Treadwell and Franklin with over 60 artists showing their work in 23 various studios, homes and venues;

History Mystery: Does anyone know of a Treadwell Townsend Club that was held in the 1930s and 1940s?

Welcome new neighbors Matt and Courtney Navojoksy who bought Klaus and Sharon Sohns house on Main Street in Treadwell. Saying goodbye to the Sohns has been hard. They have been great neighbors to us for over 40 years. Welcome Matt and Courtney!

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