It makes me happy to have enough time in my busy morning to stop at the Old Bank Coffee Shop in Altenburg. Owner, Lindy Roth makes me a special coffee concoction that can only make a good day better. I stopped to order coffee cakes for the East Perry County Cultural Alliance meeting coming up this Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Lutheran Heritage Center. Then the day just got brighter when Charles Rauh, author of One Furrow at a Time came in to drop off a donation check. If you have not read Charlie’s book, pick one up in our gift shop, go to Amazon, or we would be happy to mail you one. It is an easy read–from a layperson’s perspective–of our east Perry County immigration story.
I was asked to write a letter to the editor this past week. It was published in the Perry County Monitor today. It gave me the opportunity to express my love for the “Mighty Perry County” and the cultural and natural resources that make up this rich and beautiful place. Our county is full of “memory making” places for our visitors and residents. I continue to have the best job in the world. Take Care, Carla Jordan