|Switzer News 1/10/13|
|Written by Judy Reynolds|
|Wednesday, January 09, 2013 9:30 PM|
My apologies for this being left out of my last news article: The Ohio State University College of Optometry hosted a private hooding ceremony for Dr. Amy Schnegg in order to celebrate and honor her accomplishment of graduating from optometry school and becoming a Doctor of Optometry on Friday, December 7 at Fry Hall of The Ohio State University College of Optometry in Columbus, Ohio. Attending the ceremony in addition to Dr. Amy Schnegg's parents, James and Mary Schnegg of Dublin and her twin sister, Dr. Laura Schnegg of Akron were Marjorie Baumberger and Beverly Anderson of German Ridge. Following the ceremony the Schneggs hosted the attendees at Schmidt 's Restaurant and Sausage Haus in historic German Village for lunch. Since Marjorie has a special place in her heart for historic structures, she was awed to find the restaurant in a historic brick livery stable at 240 E. Kossuth St. and Purdy Alley, (the jog in Kossuth St. follows and old stream bed).
Schmidt's Restaurant und Sausage Haus is the culmination of an old German family business started in Columbus in 1886.
Darren, Lori, Annie & Noah Schnegg of Dublin, OH were in visiting the holidays with Don & Susan Schnegg, family and friends.
The Christmas Eve Service at St. John’s U.C.C. was attended by one-hundred and three persons. There were the little ones doing a skit & singing “We Wish You A Merry Christmas”, The choir sang the cantata “Born is the King” , the confirmation classes did a puppet skit and the evening concluded with candle light service.
Terri Reynolds of Lizemores, WV was home for the holidays. We had a wonderful time together. On Christmas Day we exchanged gifts & opened gifts sent from Nancy Jo. Then enjoyed the evening with Don & Susan Schnegg for dinner and exchanging gifts.
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