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Inman’s Buller Writes New Book

Posted 1/8/2016

By Randy Fogg

KYLE Buller, of Inman, has written a new book, “Stir the Waters.” Lighthouse Christian Publishing put out the book. It is about an orphan girl in search of her father.KYLE Buller, of Inman, has written a new book, “Stir the Waters.” Lighthouse Christian Publishing put out the book. It is about an orphan girl in search of her father.INMAN – Kyle Buller, of Inman, went further back into history as part of his new book.

His first book – “A Horse Named Yo-Yo” - took place during the Depression era.

Buller’s new book is called “Stir the Waters.” It is the story of an 11-year-old orphan girl, Kiela, who is searching for her father.

“She has a gift – synesthesia,” Buller said. “The gift allows her to travel back to Biblical times and she finds her father.

“After she finds her father, she comes back to the present,” he added. “When she returns, she realizes she’s must stop a conspiracy to destroy humankind.”

This book has 175 pages.

The book can be purchased at amazon.com or lighhousechristianpublishing.com.

“Basically the message of the book is everybody belongs somewhere,” Buller said. “Everybody has a purpose.

“If you find your purpose in the right place, you will always find your home,” he added.

Buller said it was not difficult to write about time traveling.

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Moundridge Couple Attends Santa Run

Posted 1/8/2016

By Randy Fogg

DALE (right) and Beverly (left) Minnich, of Moundridge, joined their daughter Sue Williams (center) for the Las Vegas Great Santa Run Saturday, Dec. 5, in Las Vegas, Nev. The event was a fundraiser for Opportunity Village, which serves people with intellectual disabilities. Williams works for Opportunity Village.DALE (right) and Beverly (left) Minnich, of Moundridge, joined their daughter Sue Williams (center) for the Las Vegas Great Santa Run Saturday, Dec. 5, in Las Vegas, Nev. The event was a fundraiser for Opportunity Village, which serves people with intellectual disabilities. Williams works for Opportunity Village.MOUNDRIDGE – Dale and Beverly Minnich, of Moundridge, had the chance to dress up in a well-known red suit and put on a white beard and moustache earlier this month.

However, to get the Santa gear, the Minnichs had to sign up for the Las Vegas Great Santa Run.

The event was a fundraiser for Opportunity Village, which is in Las Vegas, Nev.

“They work with intellectually challenged adults,” Beverly Minnich said. “They have all sorts of programs for them.”

Opportunity Village offers vocational training, community employment, day services, arts and social recreation.

 

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Richert Gives Chamber Update OnMoundridge Lions Club

Posted 1/8/2016

By Randy Fogg

MOUNDRIDGE – Mike Richert gave an update on the Moundridge Lions Club to members of the Moundridge Chamber of Commerce during the Chamber’s monthly luncheon meeting Thursday, Dec. 17, at Quincy’s Bar and Grill.

“We are a small club,” Richert said. “We have seven active members. We enjoy serving the community.”

The Lions are involved with the Moundridge Community Sight Foundation.

“We thought a focus on sight was something everybody could get behind,” Richert said.

He stressed the Lions were dedicated to improving vision in the community. The group offers free glasses and eye exams for those in need. The Lions will help both adults and children to get a pair of glasses.

Richert said the group has worked with Walmart to get a set price the club pays for the exam and glasses.

“We can help get people with the glasses they need,” he said. 

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