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Maple Lake Messenger Page 4 August 28, 2013

Community
Programs & Events
August 28th Puzzle
50th St. NE, County Rds. 25 & 113. Sept. 3: Celebrate Recovery (non-denominational Christianbased recovery program), 7 p.m., Monticello Covenant Church; 763-295-2112. Sept. 4: Maple Lake Chamber of Commerce, noon, at Madigans Pub & Grill. New members always welcome. Sept. 4: Narcotics Anonymous, 5 p.m., Bethlehem United Church of Christ, 400 E. County Rd. 37, Maple Lake.

Meetings
Aug. 29: AA & Al-Anon, 7:30 p.m., Buffalo Evangelical Free Church, 2051 50th St. NE, County Rds. 25 & 113. Aug. 31: AA, 7:30 p.m., Buffalo Evangelical Free Church, 2051 50th St. NE, County Rds. 25 & 113. Sept. 3: Annandale Lakers AA & Al-Anon, 8 p.m., United Methodist Church of Annandale, 250 Oak Ave. N.; 320-274-3380. Sept. 3: Gamblers Anonymous & AA, 7:30 p.m., Buffalo Evangelical Free Church, 2051

Annual Labor Day Trap Shoot is Monday


Hasty Silver Creek Sportsmens Club Annual Labor Day Trap shoot will be Monday, Sept. 2, at the club grounds. 10917 Duffield Ave. NW, Maple Lake. This has been an annual event for more than half a century. There will be regular trap rounds, plus back your buddy and Annie Oakley rounds. Shooting will begin at 10 a.m. Food and beverages will be available on the grounds. Come and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the Hasty Silver Creek Sportsmens Club.

Lady Bug Garden Club meets Tuesday


The Lady Bug Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, September 3, at 7 p.m. at The Villa. Before the meeting, care of the gardens on Birch Avenue will take place at 6 p.m., then travel to Maryjeans and view her garden, returning to The Villa for the business meeting. Refreshments will be served. For questions, please call Ruth at 320-963-6915.

Support group for eating disorders on Sept. 5


The St. Cloud Hospital Behavioral Health Clinic will offer a Family and Friends Support Group for Eating Disorders from 4:30-6 p.m. Sept. 5 at CentraCare Health Plaza in the Leonard, Street and Deinard room. Groups are led by a licensed psychologist or registered dietitian and provide support through education and sharing to friends and family of individuals with eating disorders. Participants will learn tips for making mealtimes less stressful, how to respond to food and body image struggles, and what to say or not to say. This group is intended for family members and friends of a person with an eating disorder and is NOT appropriate for people who currently struggle with an eating disorder. There is no cost to attend. For more information, please call Bette Bakke, PhD, LP, at (320) 229-4918.

And thats the way it was . . .


The Maple Lake City Council received the first request to help fund the opening of a Maple Lake Library from the Friends of the Maple Lake Library. ... Local 4-H members found success at the State Fair. Greg Dorow won Reserve Champion for his breeding pen of Pilgrim geese and Joseph OSullivan exhibited the Grand Champion Shorthorn Heifer and the Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer. ... The Maple Lake Lakers went 1-1 in the state tournament after defeating Eagan in an extrainning thriller. ... And thats the way it was five years ago this week. Marie Sahli and Nicole Willems, students at Maple Lake High School, were awarded scholarships to attend Minnesota Business Venture (MBV) over the summer. ... Buffalo Hospital held an open house to showcase their newly-expanded and remodeled rehabilitation center. ... The county saved $300,000.00 on Human Service Center bonds. ... And thats the way it was fifteen years ago this week. Maple Lake Public Schools were set to open on September 6 with an expected enrollment of 831 students. ... Marie Louise Dick, daughter of Willard and Margaret Dick, was crowned Princess Kay of the Milky Way at ceremonies at the State Fair. ... The Maple Lake Lions and Lionesses served nearly 350 chicken dinners at the Community Park summer picnic. ... And thats the way it was twenty-five years ago this week. The Minnesota Future Farmers were honored at a Future Farmer of America Appreciation Day at Camp Courage. The event marked 10 years of continuous service to crippled children by Minnesota Future Farmers. ... Chuck steak could be purchased at Andys Food Market for only $0.49 per pound. .... At Dircks Bros. Fairway Store, customers could buy a 10-pound bag of flour for just $0.79. ... And thats the way it was fifty years ago this week.

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Movie draws more than 150

Youth Waterfowl Day is Saturday, Sept. 7


Hunters age 15 and under may take regular season bag limits on September 7 when accompanied by a non-hunting adult (age 18 and older, no license required). Canada geese, mergansers, coots and moorhens may be taken from a half-hour before sunrise to 4 p.m. Motorized decoy restrictions are in effect. Five geese may be taken statewide.

Haiti Mini-Market is Sunday, Sept. 8


On Sunday, Sept. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Gardening World Wide will present Haiti Mini-Market at the southeast corner of Highway 55 and Wright County Road 8 in Maple Lake to support the work of Wilky, Celidon and Yvette, garden promoters in Haiti. It will include a sale of fresh fruits and vegetables, sauerkraut, horseradish, fantastic baked goods, Haitian coffee and pure vanilla. Pulled pork sandwiches, relishes and refreshments will be served on the grounds. There will be a silent auction of Haitian artifacts and, new this year, garden trowels autographed by Square Foot Gardening founder Mel Bartholomew and old tyme music for your listening pleasure. Gifts of produce will be accepted at 208 Oak Ave. N., Maple Lake, Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning. Plan a trip with us in January 2014. For more information, you can contact Connie at 320-963- 3690, or pclahr@yahoo.com.

The annual Movie on Birch drew about 155 people to downtown Maple Lake for a screening of "Dark Knight Rises" on Friday, Aug. 16. (Above) The Maple Lake Fire Department and Public Works Department worked with the Sherburne-Wright Cable Commission staff to inflate the screen. The event included drawings for two Otter sleds, a gift certificate to Madigan's, and a copy of the movie. The movie is jointly partnered by the SherburneWright Cable Commission and the city of Maple Lake. The event was sponsored by Rhino Inc.

Fly-In at Maple Lake Airport on Sunday, Sept. 8


The members of EAA Chapter 878 are hosting their 27th Annual Pork Chop Dinner Fly-In at the Maple Lake Airport on Sunday, September 8, serving from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone interested in flying, airplanes and a good meal is invited to attend and enjoy the day at the Maple Lake Airport. Pilots and aircraft from all over Minnesota are expected to attend. Aircraft in attendance are expected to include many commercially built aircraft as well as experimental (homebuilt) aircraft, ultralights, classics, antiques, warbirds (military) and the new Light Sport Aircraft models. Youngsters ages 8-17 are invited to sign up for a free Young Eagles event which includes an introduction to aviation and an aircraft ride. That event will be held on another date. For more information about the EAA Young Eagles program, please see www.youngeagles.org. Persons 18 and older are invited to inquire about an EAA program called Eagle Flights which has the goal of guiding adults on their path towards learning to fly. For more information, contact Wayne at 763-670-6021.

Senior Dining menu September 2-6


Offering a nutritious meal in a warm, caring atmosphere with friendship and fun. Everyone welcome. The Senior Dining Center is located at Maple Manor West, 555 2nd St. W. For more information, call 320-963-5771. MONDAY, Sept. 2 Closed TUESDAY, Sept. 3 BBQ Pork on Bun, Potato Salad, Orange Wedges, Molasses Cookie WEDNESDAY, Sept. 4 Chicken in Cream Sauce, Parslied Potatoes, Confetti Vegetable Salad, Wheat Bread, Millionaire Pie THURSDAY, Sept. 5 Hamburger Stroganoff, Peas, Creamy Cucumbers, Watermelon FRIDAY, Sept. 6 Lemon-Pepper Fish, AuGratin Potatoes, Beets, Wheat Bread, Carrot Cake tious Diseases, Chronic Illness, Unhealthy Lifestyle Behaviors, such as Smoking, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Unsafe Sex; Information and Assistance in Accessing Resources. For appointments or questions, call 763-682-7717, or toll-free at 1-800-362-3667, ext. 7717. For immunizations, bring past immunization records to the van, if available. * Van hours are Monday through Thursday are from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Upcoming dates: Thursday, Aug. 29: Rockford, BankWest Tuesday, Sept. 3: Albertville, DJs Wednesday, Sept. 4: Buffalo, Walmart Thursday, Sept. 5: Monticello, Cub Foods The complete WOW van schedule is available online at: http://www.co.wright.mn.us/department/humanservices/wow

Preschoolers celebrate birthdays

Red Cross blood donation on Wednesday, Sept. 11


An upcoming blood donation in Wright Couny will be on Wednesday, September 11, from 1-7 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 300 First Ave. NW in Buffalo. Currently, eligible donors of all blood types, especially O negative, A negative and B negative, are needed for the Red Cross to readily meet patient needs. Donors who gave blood at the start of summer may now be eligible to donate again. Help the Red Cross be prepared by making an appointment to donate blood. Visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS.

WOW
Wellness on Wheels

Wright County Public Health offers cholesterol testing in the Wellness on Wheels (WOW) van. For WOW van sites, appointments or questions, call Rosemary at 682-7717 or toll free, 1-800-3623667, Ext. 7717. Wellness on Wheels Services include: Adult and Child Immunizations; Health Screening: Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Cholesterol (by appointment), Pregnancy, Health and Wellness; Child Car Seat Check (by appointment); Information about: Healthy Lifestyle - Exercise, Nutrition, Recommendations for Routine Medical Care, Safety - Individual, Home, Car Seat, Pregnancy, Childbirth, Parenting, Child Health, Growth & Development, Reproductive Health & Family Planning, Infec-

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Happy Birthday to Us was the main theme of the last Summer Preschool Storytime at the Maple Lake Library on August 22, finishing the Summer of Holidays storytimes. A total of 34 children and eight adults listened to silly birthday stories and then the children were each acknowledged as they stood up for the month of their birthday. One of the songs had them standing when their age was sung and they were given that number to put on their own birthday crown. The crowns were decorated with stickers from previous storytimes as we reviewed our summer fun together and finished with birthday stickers. After the final storytime picture in front of the library, the children sat down to enjoy birthday cupcakes together. Children who attended the birthday party were: Hazel Byman, Scarlett Byman, Violet Byman, Kenlyn Marsicek, Landon Marsicek, Gavin LaRose, Abby Forsman, Isabelle Forsman, Larson Melgaard, Isabelle Melgaard, Elijah Dorse, Sophia Norberg, Allie Ertel, Carter Ertel, Aubrey Jude,

Lilah Fischer, Noah Fischer, Felicity Fischer, Elena Castro, Brayden Fobbe, Brooklyn Fob-be, Ryder Dettwiler, Hannah Collier, Madison Mengelkoch, Mallory Mengelkoch, Raymond Poepping, Mathew Ness, Evan Geyen, Savannah Geyen, Maci Geyen, Kora Hittner, Devon Hittner, Trinity Geyen, and Jill Sherwood. I would personally like to thank all the parents, grandparents and daycare providers who took time out of their Thursdays to bring the children to our storytime at the library this summer. We had wonderful attendance each week. I had a lot of fun and I hope all of you did, too. Thanks for letting me be part of your childs summer fun. Hopefully, I will see you at the library during the school year, enjoying our many books and media. And, a special thanks to Gabe and the Maple Lake Messenger for putting our picture and article in each week. I know the children really enjoyed seeing it. Marie Mavencamp, Library Preschool Storytime Reader

Fall Fashion brunch is Thursday, Sept. 12


"Fall Fashion's in the Air!" That's the theme for a great brunch you won't want to miss at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 12 at Reichel's Event Center, Annandale. Come and enjoy a wonderful meal and style show put on by A Wreath of Franklin, of Buffalo. To wrap up the morning, speaker Dorothy Ruppert, of Winona, will speak about "A Better Plan" as she unfolds how many of her plans were shattered as she raised an adopted daughter with mental illness. Make reservations by calling Sheree before 8 p.m. at 320-963-6625, Dawn at 612-723-3905, or email lilred.schramm@gmail.com. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.

Firearm safety classes to begin Monday, Sept. 16


Firearm safety classes will be held at the American Legion on Monday, September 16, Tuesday, September 17, Monday, September 23, and Tuesday, September 24. The classes begin at 6:30 p.m., however, participants should show up early the first night for registration. Field day is scheduled for Saturday, September 28. Participants are required to attend every class for certification. The classes are sponsored by American Legion and Hasty-Silver Creek Sportsmans Club. To pre-register, call Tom Hudek at 763-226-9951. Class size is limited.

Programs & Events


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