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Freeda Mae Hansmann, 90, of Versailles passed away at 8:15am, Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at the Ridge Wood Health Campus in Lawrenceburg. She was born near Canaan in Jefferson County on September 4, 1928 the daughter of Frederick and Myrtle Daleglish Hankins. She was married to Paul Hansmann on February 14, 1948 and he preceded her in death on March 31, 1994. Survivors include one son Paul (Laura) Hansmann, Jr. of Coon Rapids, Minnesota; one grandson Lance (Tiffany) Hansmann of Burnsville, Minnesota; one granddaughter Heather (Joe) Terry of Minnetonka, Minnesota; two great-granddaughters Piper and Paige Terry; one sister Maxine Roberts of Madison. She was also preceded in death by her parents, her son Brad Hansmann, her brothers Mitchell, Loren, David, and William Hankins; and her sisters Lela Elston, Marjorie Mathews, Esther Hoffman, and Loretta Fleek. Mrs. Hansmann was a 1947 graduate of Milan High School. She was a homemaker and a member of the Washington Baptist Church at Elrod. Freeda loved children and for 28 years while Paul’s job took them to different places, she taught pre-school in Springfield, Illinois, Canton, Ohio, Peoria, Illinois, and Sioux City, Nebraska. At the Washington Baptist Church Freeda taught Sunday school and worked with the VBS and Awana program. Another part of her personal ministry was to visit church members and friends in the nursing home. Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 22nd at 11am at the Washington Baptist Church with Rev. Bruce Fitzsimmons officiating. Burial will be in the Grandview Memorial Garden near Madison. Visitation will also be on Monday at the church beginning at 10am. Memorials may be given to the Washington Baptist Church in care of the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles.
In contrast Burrell has been forced to make the hard yards at inside centre while his midfield partner captures imaginations, but it is a role with which the Northampton Saint is comfortable. “Jonathan is an exciting player and is great to watch. We need to give him the ball in space,” Burrell said. “As a pairing we are quite cohesive, we understand what each other’s roles are and it is pretty enjoyable. “I don’t mind going under the radar – it takes the spotlight off me a little bit. It is fantastic Jonathan is getting the attention because he has been in fantastic form – not just for us but for Bath as well. “I’m six foot three and 17 stones so for me it’s about the gain line – that is how the international game goes. “It is about winning that gain line, getting front-foot ball and getting your forwards into the game. “Hopefully I will able to bring that, be solid in defence and make sure Jonathan and I have got that cohesive bond. Hopefully we can start some fireworks.” Burrell knows England will face a partisan crowed in Dublin but believes they should draw confidence from their defeat of Wales at the Millennium Stadium in the Six Nations opener. Press Association The Aviva Stadium will host the showdown between the tournament’s only unbeaten teams on Sunday, with the winner expected to be crowned champions knowing a Grand Slam is also within reach. Joseph has been the star of the tournament to date with his three tries against Wales and Italy earning comparisons with Jeremy Guscott, although the Bath great believes his successor in the number 13 jersey could be even better. “We know the whole Irish country are going to be behind their team and we are going to be up against it, just as we were in Wales,” Burrell said. “If you didn’t relish that you’d be in the wrong game. It’s a huge challenge. We saw it against Wales and it’s the same as when teams come to Twickenham – they want to upset our party just as we want to go away and upset their party. “As a group of players we know we are going to have to be 100 per cent on our game to go there and win because not many players go there and win. “Obviously we have got that belief as a group of players. We are confident in our game plan and what the coaches have implemented. Everybody’s itching now to get started and get stuck in. “It’s obviously a huge game but every game in this tournament is massive for us. Will winning make us champions? No.” Luther Burrell is happy for Jonathan Joseph to continue taking centre stage as England seek to land a telling blow in their pursuit of the RBS 6 Nations title by toppling Ireland.
RAPHOE LOCAL NOTESWeek ending Friday 16th March 2012SOCIAL CLUBThe Family Resource Centre has recently established a social club for people with physical, sensory or learning disability. The club, which meets in the Family Resource Centre on every second Thursday evening from 6.15-7.15pm, is a joint initiative with the Community Group Home, Ballyduff Park, Lifford. Activities include bocce, curling, pool, table- tennis, air-hockey, Wii-fit and badminton. The Family Resource Centre would like to thank Raphoe Curling Club for the use of its equipment and John Hunter for facilitating the badminton workshops. For further information please contact 074-9145796. COOKING ON A BUDGETRaphoe Family Resource Centre is planning to run a “Cooking on a Budget” course. We are hoping to run this course at the end of April/start of May. If you would like to participate in this course please contact us on 0749145796.HEALTHY WALKSHealthy Walks take place every Thursday morning at 9.30am starting from Raphoe Family Resource Centre. So if you’re in or around Raphoe come and join us for an enjoyable walk around the town to keep fit! Everyone welcome!!WEEKLY EMPLOYMENT LISTRaphoe Family Resource Centre receives an updated weekly employment list and if you are interested in receiving this list please contact 074 9145796 or call into the Centre for more details.RAPHOE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMMESNEW TIMETABLETuesday: 3rd & 4th class 3.00-4.00pm5th & 6th class 4.00-5.00pmWednesday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.15pmYouth Cafe 1st -3rd Year 7.15-9.00pmThursday: Junior & Senior Infants 2.00-3.00pm1st & 2nd class 3.00-4.15pmYouth Cafe Transition, 4th & 5th Year 7.00-9.00pmRegistration forms are available at the Family Resource Centre for all the above activities/programmes. COUNSELLING SERVICESRaphoe Family Resource Centre offers a free and confidential weekly counselling service to the general public. This person-centred service is for those experiencing Bereavement/Loss, Separation, Abuse, Mental Health Difficulties and issues around sexuality. The service operates on an appointment basis only.Please contact 086 3601718 after 7.00 p.m.LITTLE SMILES WITH BIG DREAMSLittle Smiles with Big Dreams is a friendly baby and toddler group situated in Raphoe Family Resource Centre. We are open every Wednesday morning from10.30 – 12 noon. Little Smiles with Big Dreams is a group that focus on fun for the kids and the opportunity for parents, grandparents and extended family to have discussions with other adults. It is a great way to introduce your child to a social environment while you can discuss parenting tips with others. There is no charge but your kiddies will enjoy playing with all our lovely toys, having messy play, singing and dancing and a light lunch is provided.RAPHOE BOXING CLUBThe Raphoe Club staged a very successful Novice Tournament in the Club-house on Sunday last and there were 6 clubs in total taking part that saw 30 contests taking place and 12 Raphoe boxers took part as well as boxers from Lisnafin and Immaculta from Co. Tyrone, Oak Leaf B.C Derry and Donegal clubs Bundoran and neighbours Convoy B.C and a very special thanks to all the clubs for taking part.The Raphoe Club will host its annual major showpiece on Friday 23rd March in the Cathedral Hall, Raphoe when a highly rated Raphoe Select face the N.W All-Stars with 14 quality contests down for decision on the night. A very special thanks to our major sponsor Mike Kelly (Building & Scaffolding Contractor) and to all the generous business people of the town for their continued financial support. A bumper crowd is expected on the night so patrons are advised to be in their seats early.RAPHOE FRIDAY SENIORS CLUB:Raphoe Friday Seniors Club meets every Friday in the Volt House Hall from 10.30am until 1pm. Come along and enjoy the tea and craic. New members welcome. For further information please call the Volt House on 9173966 or just call in any Friday. You will be very welcome.ST EUNAN’S BOWLING CLUBThe winners for St Eunan’s Bowling Club Table Quiz are as follows:1st prize – Eoin Waters2nd prize – Sharon Clarke3rd prize – Joan ColhounWe would like to thank everyone who bought tickets, we appreciate your support. Relay For Life LK PETS DOG SHOWLK Pets Dog Show, Relay for Life takes place on Sunday 1st April at O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny. All proceeds in aid of The Irish Cancer Society. Entries taken from 1pm on the day, first class starts at 2pm sharp. Please note: €3.00 for each entry for each class, responsible owners should carry Poop scoop & bags, dogs on the dangerous dog list will be muzzled (except in the ring), any dog showing aggression will be asked to leave, the organisers have the right to refuse entry or to ask anyone to leave.Relay For Life REWIND TO THE 80s DISCO NITEIn Friel’s Raphoe, on Saturday 24th March 2012 dancing 9.30-1pmMusic by Strabane Radio DJ Sean MAC (80s Dress optional)All proceeds in aid of Irish Cancer Society.Please come along & enjoy a night that promises to take you down memory lane while you boogie the night away to your old time favorites.Tickets are now on sale at €5.00 each.Your support will be much appreciated.RAPHOE PEOPLE NEWSLETTERCommunity News or Items of Interest for the “Raphoe People” may be emailed to Harriet at [email protected] or to Lisa [email protected] Thank You.LOCAL NEWS: RAPHOE LOCAL NOTES was last modified: March 16th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:LOCAL NEWS: RAPHOE LOCAL NOTES