Knowledge and service

Annual brunch honors Webster City residents ages 90 and up

—Daily Freeman-Journal photos by Adri Sietstra Individuals at the 90+ Club Brunch raise their hands during a question and answer portion of the presentation on Tuesday morning at The Bridge. The fourth annual event featured speakers, a meal and fellowship with community members for locals ages 90 and up.

Members of the community spent Tuesday morning honoring Webster City residents ages 90 and up with a brunch and program.

Mayor John Hawkins was on hand to help serve the brunch and thanked residents for their service and experience that contributed to Webster City.

Don Bottorff, featured speaker, reminisced with attendees about how different life was when they were growing up.

Pastor Craig Blaufuss gave a prayer for the meal and noted four blessings of growing older: faith, fond memories, learning you are not your body and the power of friendship.

Darlene Dingman spoke about the historic Wilson Brewer Park and gave attendees a look into each building with a slideshow presentation.

First Congregational UCC Pastor Craig Blaufuss speaks before praying over brunch Tuesday morning at the Fourth Annual 90+ Club Brunch.

Chamber of commerce director Linda Christianson also spoke about upcoming events happening in the community.

Webster City Mayor John Hawkins thanks attendees for their contributions to the vitality of the community Tuesday morning at the 90+ Club Brunch.