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Respectfully yours,John Di Genio Dear Editor:The holiday season is here! Shoppers rush from store to store, looking for the right gift for that special someone. Yuletide cheer is alive and well. Passers-by seem more friendly than usual. Strangers are willing to lend a helping hand. Peace, love, and understanding supplant anger, hate, and intolerance. Truly, the magic of Christmas brings people closer together. However, about the second week in January, dried-out Christmas trees, Yuletide decorations, and holiday gift-wrappings are thrown away. Sadly, along with those festive trimmings go our kindness. Nasty snarls and frigid looks replace cheerful holiday greetings. A helping hand from a stranger is looked upon with suspicion. Prejudices and bigotry are rekindled. Why can’t the Christmas Spirit be alive throughout the year? The Christmas season clearly demonstrates that society can set aside its differences and live in harmony.
OPM Chocolate, the division of OPM that supplies solutions for the confectionery industry, and represented in the UK by Hänsel UK (Peterborough, Cambs), has introduced an electronic piston-type forming machine for depositing fat, cream or sugar-based chocolate.Made from stainless steel, it has a double jacket to allow water circulation and an easily removable horizontal mixer.
Dale E. Lamping, age 54 of Moores Hill, died Friday, July 17, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Ft. Thomas, Kentucky. Born February 27, 1966 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, he is the son of Mildred (Nee: Sturwold) and Herbert Lamping. He married Leisa Bruns October 22, 2017 in Moores Hill. He was a meat cutter for the Kroger’s store in Lawrenceburg.Although his family described him as a homebody, Dale had several interests. He often golfed three days a week, although in his case, frequency apparently didn’t translate into skill. Dale also loved weekly poker games and was an avid fisherman, who enjoyed others joining him. Not really a traveler, he did look forward to trips with family or going to visit family and loved his children and grandchildren.He is survived by his wife Leisa; daughter Heather (Tyler) Wilson of Milan; son Brad (Brittney) Lamping of Versailles; step daughters Deborah (Steven) Nies of Harrison, Ohio, Nichole (Dillian) Chatar of Navarre, Florida; step son Jerry (& companion Cynthia) Fryer of Milan; parents Mildred and Herb Lamping of Batesville; sisters Sharon (Nick) Doll and Barb (Terry) Flodder, both of Batesville; brother Brian (Kelly) Lamping of Guilford, Indiana; two grandchildren and three step grandchildren. Visitation for the public is Wednesday, July 22nd, from Noon until 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Social distancing must be observed and the family requests masks be worn. A private service will be held at 2 p.m. for immediate family only, due to the social distancing mandate restrictions. The service will be live streamed for everyone and can be viewed by going to Dale’s obituary page on our website (www.weigelfh.com) and clicking on the link. Following services, Dale’s wishes are to be cremated. The family requests memorials to the Gibault Children’s Services (formerly Gibault School for Boys).
This year, as well as in previous years, the Sports union of Canton Sarajevo is organizing the international street race “Vivicitta 2014”.According to the Sports Union, the race will be held on 6 April at 10:30 in front of the Commemoration to the children killed in occupied Sarajevo 1992-1995.Official participants (athletes) will run 3 circles, hence 12 km, and the other participants, students of primary and secondary schools, university students and veterans will run 4 km.The organizers expect a great number of participants and invite Sarajevo citizens to magnify this event with their presence.(Source: Fena)