Stevensons to preside over Seneca Ridge and Valley Rally

The Seneca Community Club has announced the King and Queen of the 21st annual Ridge and Valley Rally: Myrna and Randy Stevenson.

Myrna and Randy were both born and raised in the Seneca area. They have been married 34 years and raised four sons: Nathan (Rachel), of Fairview; Elliot, of St. Paul; Brady, of La Crosse; and Zach, who passed away in 2009. They have one granddaughter and another grandchild on the way.

Myrna has been employed with the Farm Service Agency in Viroqua for two and a half years and with the company for 35 years. Her favorite hobby is quilting. She has gifted quilts to all of her children and granddaughter as well as donated several to the St. Patrick’s Church in Seneca for their annual Bazaar that occurs in September.

Randy has been employed at BAPI in Gays Mills for over three years as a production technician. He enjoys the outdoors and working in the yard at home.

Myrna and Randy both are big Packer fans. They also love traveling and spending time together. They are active members of St. Patrick’s Church in Seneca.

Myrna has been a member of the Seneca Community Club since 1997. She is an active member and, in the past, held the position of treasurer for several years. At every meeting and function, she brings a giving, sharing and positive attitude. She has coordinated the outdoor food stand and pork chop dinner and volunteered where needed. In 2009, Myrna and her son Zach started a Run/Walk that she has continued with her son Brady since 2010. The 5k-10k Run/Walk begins at 7:30 a.m., with registration at 7 a.m.

The 21st annual Seneca Ridge and Valley Rally occurs on Saturday, July 12. Please join Myrna and Randy Stevenson at the parade on Main Street in Seneca at 11 a.m. Also joining the parade will be the 2014 Parade Marshals: the Seneca Educational Foundation. There will be a special appearance by the ZOR Firehouse Jesters as well. The parade will be followed by food, an antique tractor pull, pie auction and other activities at the Seneca Town Hall.

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