On the Beat in Bluffton

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Big plans to avoid the big game

While Wells County residents watched the Super Bowl last Sunday, others were there volunteering. You can read about their stories — and more — in the Thursday, Feb. 9, News-Banner.

However, not everyone sat down to watch the big game.
  • David Hollopeter"i had to work"
  • John Geels — "Puppy Bowl VIII. None of the kittens who performed at halftime flipped the bird......unless it was a stuffed toy."
  • Troy Fiechter — "We had a church singing."
  • Tina Zaugg — "went to bed early and read a good book."
  • Therese Bertsch"Hubby and I played SoulCaliber 5."
  • Rita Bennett — "Working on putting together THE BENEFIT FOR JERRY BROWN ON MARCH 17TH in Montpelier Civic Center."
  • Dawn Bailey — "Worked on homework"
  • Cindy Klepper — "Football on one TV so I wouldn't be culturally out of touch on Monday, Puppy Bowl reruns on the other TV, a Netflix movie ("Freakonomics") on the iPad while I shopped online on the laptop and monitored Facebook on my iPhone. Ain't electronics grand?"
  • Deb McConnehey"Homework and tv is hardly ever on in our home. I think my husband checked the score every now and then but the tv was off!"

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