Where will you be during the Eclipse?

By Ann Wickett

Many families from Tecumseh, Steinauer and Pawnee City will have extended family and friends returning to the area for the Total Solar Eclipse which will happen Monday, August 21. The moon will begin to the eclipse the sun at approximately 11:30 in this area and it will take 90 minutes to totally eclipse the sun.The total solar eclipse will occur at 1:02 p.m. lasting about 2 minutes and 34 seconds. The final phase will end about 2:30 p.m.

Marcia Borcher of Steinauer said she has family coming from across the United States for this milestone occasion. However, she wasn’t sure where she would be watching the Eclipse since she is president of the Pawnee County Promotional Network and will be assisting in organizing many events throughout the county that day.

Bob Steinauer said his son and some of his friends will be coming from Pennsylvania to watch to the Eclipse. He said the family will probably go out to the Steinauer farm west of the Steinauer community to watch this event.

 

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