Proud to be one of this

area’s leading aftermarket auto
repair facilities, Andy’s Pro
Tire & Auto Service has been
providing tire and custom
wheel sales and exhaust work,
precision alignment and sus-
pension service – along with
the repair and replacement of
brakes, engines, transmissions
– for more than 26 years. And,
operating on the straightfor-
ward premise of excellent serv-
ice at reasonable prices, owner
Andy Schieber and his crew
have kept a commitment to
quality that has increasingly
earned the loyalty of return cus-
tomers for miles around.
Andy’s Pro Tire Service is
dedicated to keeping drivers and
their vehicles safe on the road,
and Andy’s will service just
about any make or model of
vehicle. A capable crew of
excellence-certified technicians
stand equipped and ready to take
care of engine maintenance and
repair needs, oil changes, muf-
flers, air-conditioning systems,
transmission work and more.
In addition to himself and
service writer Chip Mandel,
Andy’s experienced service
technician, Mark Grieger, uses
the latest automotive diagnos-
tic technology to ensure effi-
cient, high-quality service.
Instant onl i ne
ti re pri ci ng
Interested consumers are
invited to experience the con-
venience of online tire pricing
by visiting www. andyspro-
tire.com. There, once such per-
tinent information such as
vehicle make, brand and num-
ber of tires are submitted, curi-
ous shoppers will see exactly
what their preferred purchase
will cost.
Often, there are $50-$75
rebates on many tire sets, and
Andy estimates he has about
300 in stock, including Coop-
er, Michelin, Kumho,
Goodyear, BF Goodrich and
several other brands. And if the
tires you want are not in stock,
he says, suppliers’ deliveries
are coming in daily.
Whether it’s a repair or
replacement, Andy’s wheel and
tire machines are state-of-the-
art. An ErH System IV tire
mounting machine and UPI
System III balancing machine
give Andy’s technicians the
capability to mount and bal-
ance any rim up to 22 inches.
And the shop’s Arago align-
ment machine is “as accurate as
you can possibly get,” Andy
said, which makes for lesser
wear on customers’ tires.
The Maple Lake
Messenger Extra, September 2014 A publication of the Maple Lake Messenger - Distributed to 5,000 area homes & businesses
By Katie Friedman
Check out our new Smart Phone app!
• Contact us directly from app via your cell phone
or email
• Access account information
• File a claim with accident support services
• GPS locator tool
• Find area towing services, gas stations & hotels
Call us for more details!
Maple Lake office: 320-963-3163
Annandale: 320-274-8216 • Clearwater: 320-558-2271
Email us at: agency@mylakecentral.com
www.mylakecentral.com
Monday-Thursday:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday-Sunday: Closed
(320) 963-3813
Fax: (320) 963-6114
218 Division Street West
Post Office Box 817
Maple Lake, MN 55358
news@maplelakemessenger.com
ads@maplelakemessenger.com
mapleakemessenger.com
The Maple Lake
Andy’s Pro Tire & Auto:
Small-town attitude. Big time service.
usiness
uzz
B
maplelakemessenger.com
Top: At Andy’s Pro Tire & Auto Service, in Annandale at
the corner of Poplar Avenue and Highway 55, the refur-
bished grille of a ’56 Chevy hails passersby.
Bottom: Owner Andy Schieber and his crew keep a
commitment to quality that has consistently earned the
loyalty of return customers for miles around.
(Photos by Katie Friedman)
- Continued on Page 2
WeInstall QualityNAPAParts
Damage Free Towing Alignment & Brakes
Over 25 Years of Service
At This Location!
320-274-3986
AndysProTire.com • Hwy. 55 • Annandale
PRO TIRE
& AUTO
Small Town Attitude
BIG TIME SERVICE!
• Tire & Custom Wheel Sales
• Custom Exhaust Work
• Brake, Engines & Transmission
Repair and Replace
• Cooling A/C
$26.50 OIL CHANGE
Cars & Light Trucks • 5 Qts. Oil
We Use Quality Napa
Replacement Parts
Monday-Wednesday: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. • Thursday-Saturday: 9 a.m.-10 p.m.• Sunday: Closed
Next to Cenex • 901 State Hwy. 55 East, Maple Lake • 320.963.3715
www.mlwine-spirits.com
Order
KEGS
Early!
Gift
Cards
Available!
All
Varieties
$7.99
reg. $0.00
October’s Wine of the Month
Join Us!
Maple Lake Wine & Spirits
2nd Annual Wine Dinner
Wednesday, October 22
6:30 p.m. at The V in Maple Lake
5 Course Dinner Paired with Wine
Music & A Free Wine Glass
$32 per person
Buy Tickets Online at
www.ci.maple-lake.mn.us/dinner
or at Maple Lake Wine & Spirits
All tickets must be purchased by October 18
No tickets will be sold at the door.
4 pack bottles
$10.99
Leinenkugel’s Best
Oktoberfest • Big Eddy
Indian Island Winery
A Minnesota Wine
Marquette is a Semi-Dry Red $16.99
Brianna a Semi-Sweet White $13.99
Dreamcatcher a Sweet Red $13.99
Indian Island Winery
A Minnesota Wine
Marquette is a Semi-Dry Red $16.99
Brianna a Semi-Sweet White $13.99
Dreamcatcher a Sweet Red $13.99
Maple Lake Messenger Extra
Page 2
25+ Years Experience • Free Estimates
Frank Kopet • jfskop1@gmail.com
4294 Fillmore Avenue NW • Maple Lake
thecountertopspecialist.com
We Rock The Boat!
4 Miles West of Annandale
14882 State Hwy. 55
South Haven, MN
Find Us On Facebook!
jjmarineinc.com
320-236-3625
Choose
Buffalo’s
Newest
Assisted Living
& Memory Care
A Setting of Choice,
A Tradition of Excellence...
Contact Jill Pingel • 613 Montrose Boulevard • Buffalo
Phone: 763.684.4866 • Fax: 763.682.6855
www.elimcare.org
MP NexLevel, LLC
500 Cty. Rd. 37 E. • Maple Lake
320-963-2400 • 800-245-5732
www.mpnexlevel.com
Andy’s Pro Tire & Auto
Continued from page 1
And there’s no need to pay
for your tires until you pick up
your car, he adds. All of his
tires are mounted for free, and
free rotation is offered with any
four-tire purchase.
Sati sfacti on
guaranteed
One of Annandale’s oldest
service shops, Andy’s offers
competitive pricing and runs
service specials throughout the
year. Discounts on everything
from alignment services to
tires can be found at
www. andysprotire. com by
clicking on “Hot Deals and
Coupons.”
Andy’s also tows, and offers
discount towing during busi-
ness hours to customers having
work done in the shop’s garage.
Stranded motorists, near and
far, are advised to call 320-274-
3986. Loaner cars are also
available for customers, and
vehicles can be left before or
after business hours by using a
secured drop-off system.
Boasting a large inventory
of in-stock items, Andy’s parts
department carries a prodigious
supply of vehicle parts and
accessories. Andy buys “dis-
tressed” vehicles, as well, and
is happy to pay cash for one. A
longtime collector with an edu-
cated eye for muscle cars in par-
ticular, Andy has introduced
many a vintage vehicle to its
newest happy owner.
Andy’s service department
features a comfortable lounge
in a relaxed, retro-era setting.
Complimentary beverages are
on hand, as is free shuttle serv-
ice to any destination within a
five-mile radius.
Complimentary e-mail
reminder service is also avail-
able for oil changes, tire rota-
tion or inspection, and most
aftermarket warranties are hon-
ored. And customers are always
invited to bring in their used
drain oil for on-site recycling.
At Andy’s, your satisfaction
is their highest priority.
“Honest and reliable people
you can trust,” Andy says of
his business and its crew. “We
personally guarantee your sat-
isfaction. Our reputation
depends on it.”
Andy’s is open 8 a.m.-5:30
p.m. Monday -Friday, and 8:30
a. m. -12:30 p. m. Saturdays.
For more information, visit
www.andysprotire.com or call
320-274-3986.
Top: Service writer and knowledgeable auto technician
Chip Mandel is a longtime employee of Andy’s Pro Tire
& Auto Service. Bottom: Technician Jason “JB” Barrick
demonstrates the shop’s highly accurate Arago align-
ment machine, a state-of-the-art tool for lessening wear
on customers’ tires. (Photos by Katie Friedman)
BUFFALO
Hwy 55 & 35
763.684.4252
“Serving our
community
for more than
5 years!”
Available
FUELS:
Non-
Oxygenated
Premium
for Boats,
Classic Cars
& ATVs.
E-85
E-20, E-30,
E-50
Diesel
Sold
Here!
Locally
Owned
320-274-2556
50 Elm Street East • Annandale
Call for your free inspection/quote
320-274-ROOF (7663)
• Locally owned and operated since 1996
• Over 3,000 satisfied customers
• Licensed and fully insured
• We also do siding, soffit,
facia, windows & gutters
LLC
Lic. # 20628701
Ready for Winter? We Can Help!
Ready for Winter? We Can Help!
W
e’re Your
Total Exterior
Com
pany
W
e’re Your
Total Exterior
Com
pany
Winterization!
It’s not too early to
start thinking about
SHRINK WRAP
Indoor & Oudoor Storage!
14882 Hwy. 55 •4 Miles West of Annandale
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Saturday: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Parts & Service
320-236-3625 •JJMarineInc.com
“We Rock The Boat!”
M
A
P
LE
LAKE!
Got News?
Want to win?
Submit a photo or story idea to
the Maple Lake Messenger
and you will be entered
into a monthly drawing
for business bucks!
320-963-3813
news@maplelakemessenger.com
Watch The Vikings at the Hitching Post!
6
Item
s
to choose
from
BEER SPECIALS • DRINK SPECIALS
GAMES • DRAWINGS • RAFFLES
9 TVs!
During the Games...
320-274-5400 • Open 7 Days a Week
On Hwy. 24 Between Clearwater & Annandale
Mon. & Tue. Open at 4 p.m. • Wed. thru Sun. Open at 11 a.m.
Lions Pull Tabs • License #02921
$5 OFF
Any Purchase of $30 or More!
With this ad • Not valid with any other
offers or discounts • Not valid on holidays.
STADIUM MENU
Available during all Vikings games!
Not a bad seat in the house!
Key Tag
Progressive Jackpot
Weekly Drawing Every Tuesday!
1/4 lb. All-Steak Hot Dogs
Mini Donuts - Better than the fair!
Pretzel Sticks - Warm & Delicious!
No
Item
s
Over
$4.99
The arrival of cooler tem-
peratures means motorcycle
enthusiasts should have a plan
in place for their vehicles.
Although fall sees many riders
pack their bikes into the garage
to wait out the winter, many
others see no reason to quit the
great outdoors just because
colder weather is on the way.
No matter which path riders
take and when they take it,
preparation is essential when
riding motorcycles. Here are a
few pointers for riders to con-
sider once the leaves have start-
ed to change color.
Layer up
Layering clothing is a key
component of riding a motor-
cycle in colder temperatures.
Many people are not very
active on the back of a bike, so
they will not generate enough
heat on their own. Layering
clothing will take the bite out
of frosty winds and any precip-
itation that happens to be
falling.
Layer clothing so that you
will feel comfortable, maybe
even a bit warm when you are
just standing around outdoors.
A first layer of thermal or
fleece is a good idea. Then
layer other materials as needed
for comfort. Just do not wear
so many layers that your
mobility is compromised. If
layers are not keeping you
warm enough, invest in heated
clothing.
The outermost layer you
wear should be weather- and
wind-resistant. Wind chill can
quickly sap your energy and cut
your ride considerably. Leather
clothing will fit the bill in
most cases, but a rain suit or
some other waterproof material
also may be necessary at
times.
Leaves
Leaves can be a significant
hazard to riders in the fall.
Damp leaves can make a slip-
pery mess of roads, particular-
ly on turns and curves.
Avoid all piles of leaves, as
you do not know what may be
hiding beneath them. Consider
wet leaves as dangerous as
black ice, as soggy leaves can
be just as slippery.
Sal t and sand
Road maintenance crews
will use sand and salt to keep
roads clear when snow and ice
forms. Avoid riding on salty
roads because the salt can cor-
rode chrome and paint. If you
choose to do any winter riding,
apply a coat of wax to all parts
of the motorcycle before going
for a ride. This will help pro-
tect it and enable any salt to be
easily wiped off after riding.
Standi ng water
If it rains or snows lightly
after an extended period of dry-
ness, oils in the road can come
to the surface, making roads
quite slick. In addition, stay on
the lookout for puddles and
other standing water. While
motorcycle tires are good for
displacing water, they still can
hydroplane. Stay focused when
riding on wet surfaces.
Foragi ng ani mal s
One potential hazard riders
may not consider is wildlife.
Harvested crops reduce easy
food sources, and animals may
be on the move looking for
food. Deer can be pushed out of
fields by hunters. A collision
with a deer can damage a car,
never mind a motorcycle.
Always use caution in rural
areas, particularly at dawn and
dusk.
Wi nteri zi ng
If you choose to store your
bike when the weather starts to
get cold, remember to put a
fuel stabilizer in the tank, fill
the tank with gas and hook the
battery up to a battery tender.
This will ensure the bike is
ready to hit the road when the
temperatures warm up.
Cold weather riding tips for bikers
Autumn is ripe with vibrant
colors and scenery. One of the
more vivid sights this time of
year are the bright, orange
pumpkins that adorn walkways
and front porches of homes and
businesses. Not only are
pumpkins ideal for decorating,
but they're also great to eat.
Some people who plan to
carve jack-o-lanterns mistaken-
ly believe the same type of
pumpkin can be used in their
favorite recipes. But what carv-
ing pumpkins have in visual
flair, they usually lack in fla-
vor and substance. Instead,
would-be pumpkin cookers
should look to other varieties if
they plan to serve pumpkin on
the menu.
Pumpkins are available
from September through
December, but they peak in
October. Many smaller pump-
kins are better and sweeter for
cooking. Mini pumpkins,
sugar, cheese, and pie pump-
kins are varieties commonly
used in recipes. The big jack-o-
lantern pumpkins have stringy,
watery flesh and will provide
little to no pulp for cooking.
Select a pumpkin as you
would any other type of
squash. Look for a firm pump-
kin with no bruises or soft
spots. The pumpkin also
should have a deep orange
color. Store pumpkins in a
cool, dark area until ready for
use to prolong freshness. Wash
the exterior of the pumpkin in
cool water before cutting to
remove any dirt and bacteria on
the surface of the pumpkin so
it won't be transferred to the
pulp of the pumpkin.
Slice the pumpkin in half
and remove the seeds and any
stringy material. Rinse and
save the seeds for planting or
roasting. Put the pumpkin
pieces in the microwave to
cook or you can steam or bake
them until the pulp is soft and
the pumpkin falls off of the
skin. Cool the pumpkins, then
puree the pulp until it's
smooth. You may want to
strain the pureed pumpkin with
a cheese cloth to remove any
excess water before using in a
pie recipe. Baked breads may
benefit from the extra mois-
ture.
Pumpkins are a great source
of dietary fiber, vitamin A,
vitamin C, riboflavin, potassi-
um, copper, manganese, vita-
min E, thiamin, niacin, vita-
min B6, folate, iron, calcium,
magnesium, and phosphorus.
They're also low in fat and
calories. Pumpkin puree can
replace the oil in some baking
recipes, much as you would
use applesauce.
Upcoming Red Cross blood drives
Donors of all types are encouraged to help save lives by giving
blood. Appointments can be made by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS
or visiting redcrossblood.org. Upcoming blood donation opportu-
nities in Wright County: Oct . 8 from 1 - 7 p.m., Community
Center, 505 Walnut Street, Monticello.
Dairy Farm Bill training is Oct. 2
The University of Minnesota Extension, Wright County, will
be hosting Farm Bill Education meetings focused on the new dairy
program. Come get your questions answered. The meeting will be
held on Thursday, Oct . 2, from 1-3 p.m. at the Maple Lake Amer-
ican Legion (220 1st St. W). For more information contact Rod
Greder, Wright County Extension, at 763-682-7381.
Holy Cross Fall Bazaar is Oct. 4
Holy Cross Lutheran Church is having their Fall Bazaar Satur-
day, Oct . 4, from 8 a.m. to noon. There will be quilts, crafts and
baked goods. Proceeds will be going to support a number of mis-
sion projects throughout the year. Holy Cross Lutheran Church is
1 mile north of Hwy. 55 on Co. Rd. 8 (the blue church).
St. Timothy’s Breakfast and Bake Sale is Oct. 5
St. Timothy’s Parish School is hosting a pancake and French
toast breakfast with a bake sale on Sunday, Oct . 5, from 8:30 a.m.
to noon. This breakfast and sale is hosted by the St. Timothy’s
school parents. A free will donation is encouraged.
Annual Love INC Gala in Buffalo is Oct. 5
Love INC-Big Woods invites you to enjoy games, food, music
and more at the 5th annual fundraising gala. It will take place on
Sunday, Oct . 5, at Christ the King Retreat Center in Buffalo, from
4:30-8:30 p.m. This event is a major fundraiser for the organiza-
tion which uses local church members to help neighbors in need.
A great evening is planned with butler-passed hors d'oeuvres, a
buffet style meal and music. A silent auction, live auction, photo
booth, games and more will be included. The theme for the Gala is,
"Serving Hands, Loving Hearts." Lives are touched in the Name of
Christ when volunteers donate time, finances and prayers to this
ministry. The service area for Love INC is Buffalo, Hanover, Maple
Lake and Annandale. Tickets are $30, and they are available at
BankWest, Buffalo Books and Coffee, Star Bank in Maple Lake,
Irish Blessings Coffee house, and local churches. Anyone willing
to donate silent auction items please call the Clearinghouse at 763-
682-2550, Peg Plaggerman (612-282-3431) or Mary Buschel (763-
438-1046)
Bountiful Harvest brunch and auction is Oct. 9
It's auction time again at Reichel's Event Center. So ladies
invite your friends and plan on attending the "Bountiful Harvest"
brunch and auction held Oct . 9. The silent auction will start at 9
a.m., so bring your donated baked and canned goods, crafts, plants,
fall harvest, etc. before then. The meal, followed by the live auc-
tion, will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will be topped off by speaker
Karen Anderson of Sioux Falls, SD speaking on "Darkness to
Light". Make reservations by calling Betsy at 320-274-5419,
Dawn at 612-723-3905 or email lilred.schramm@gmail.com. This
event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.
Pioneer Park fall pancake breakfast is Oct. 19
In celebration of our beautiful fall season Minnesota Pioneer
Park will be hosting the "Fall Maple Syrup Pancake Breakfast"
Sunday, Oct . 19, from 9:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m. Bring the family
and get filled up with the famous pancake breakfast that includes
eggs, sausage, juice, coffee, milk and all-you-can-eat pancakes.
Maple Lake Messenger Extra
Page 3
10 Birch Avenue South
Maple Lake
320.963.3163
www.mylakecentral.com
Anna Pribyl, Agent
apribyl@mylakecentral.com
Member FDIC
Buffalo 910 Commercial Dr
888-KLEIN-4U | kleinbank.com
Proud to support our community.
www.northstargranitetops.com
Fabricators of Natural Stone Tops
for kitchens, baths, bars, fireplaces, etc.
320-963-TOPS (8677)
Call for your FREE in-home estimate!
Call for your free
inspection/quote
320-274-ROOF (7663)
Locally owned and
operated since 1996
Over 3,000 satisfied customers
Licensed and fully insured
We also do siding, soffit, facia,
windows, and gutters
Your Total Exterior Company, We’re the guys you want!
320-274-ROOF
www.sjroofing.us
Lic. # 20628701
A Complete Design & Build Company
Clearwater, MN • 320-980-2710 • jklandscape.com
Landscape Design, Retaining Walls,
Paver Patios/Walkways/Driveways,
Plantings Trees/Shrubs/Perennials,
Water Features, Landscape Accent
Lighting, Lakeshore Renovation,
Outdoor Living, Hydroseeding
“Turning Dreams Into Reality”
Programs & Events
Weekly community newspaper seeks a News Reporter that would
love to work with a small local weekly newspaper.
The News Reporter will report, write, and photograph stories,
while being able to work within demanding time constraints. They
face the challenge of simultaneously connecting with a local au-
dience, while providing cutting-edge information and ideas.
Candidates should:
• Have a 2-4 year degree in Journalism or
Communications.
• Have knowledge in (1) the key makeup of a
local community newspaper, (2) what it
takes to increase readership and circulation.
• Be conversant with a range of local issues.
Previous reporting and writing experience or
internship a plus. Having knowledge of Quark,
Photoshop and internet communications also
a plus.
If you are looking for an exciting and
challenging job with a future and great poten-
tial for growth, then you should send your
resume and cover letter to:
publisher@maplelakemessenger.com
News Reporter
WE DO:
Tires • Brakes • Oil Changes
Suspension/Steering
Diagnostics & More!
Build-Your-Own
COUPON*
EXAMPLE:
$10 OFF over $100
$20 OFF over $200
$30 OFF over $300
*Excludes Tires & Batteries.
Up to $30. Not valid with
any other offers.
Reliable
Auto Care, Inc.
763-682-3222
1018 Hwy. 55 E • Buffalo
NO EXPIRATION
RELIABLE AUTO CARE, Inc.
Jeff & Kris Jackson, Owners • Mon-Thurs: 7 a.m.-6 p.m. • Fri: 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
1018 Hwy. 55 East • Buffalo • 763-682-3222
“We will not sell you something you don’t need!”
A/C SERVICE
EVAC & Recharge,
Inspect System
for Leaks
Up To 2 lbs. R134 Freon
$89.95
Not valid with
any other offers.
Reliable
Auto Care, Inc.
763-682-3222
1018 Hwy. 55 E • Buffalo
EXPIRES 8-29-14
$21.99*
Oil
Change
* Includes: Most cars
and light trucks.
Up to 5 quarts.
Reliable
Auto Care, Inc.
763-682-3222
1018 Hwy. 55 E • Buffalo
NO EXPIRATION
RELIABLE
AUTO CARE
763-682-3222
Happy Hour
Monday-Friday
4-6 p.m. &
during meat
raffle
Meat
Raffles on
Saturdays at
2:30 p.m.
320-274-5400 • Open 7 Days a Week
Between Clearwater & Annandale
Mon. & Tue. Open at 4 p.m. • Wed. thru Sun. Open at 11 a.m.
Kitchen hours: Sun. thru Tue. Close at 9 p.m. • Wed. thru Sat. Close at 10 p.m.
Lions Pull Tabs • License #02921
“If The Hitching Post isn’t your favorite place to eat,
then you’ve never been here!”
Serving Breakfast & Lunch Everyday!
Wake up to a Better Breakfast!
We start serving as soon as we open!
5:30 a.m. Monday - Friday , 6 a.m. Saturday & 7 a.m. Sunday
FR
EE
Cookie
with any 6 inch Sub!
Lunch
Special!
FR
EE 16 oz. Coffee
with any Hot Stuff Breakfast purchase!
Roger’s
BP Amoco
Open 7 Days a Week!
320-963-6555
Hwy. 55 • Maple Lake
Offers Expire October 4, 2014
N
O
W
H
I
R
I
N
G
N
O
W
H
I
R
I
N
G
Key to cooking with pumpkins this fall
Advertise Your
Business Here!
Call (320) 963-3813
to be a sponsor on next
month’s calendar.
9
9
9
9
9
2 3 4
8 9 11
13 17 18 12
24 25 19
30
310 Congress Street West
Maple Lake • (320) 963-3200
• Lifelong Learning •
320-963-5991 • www.annml.com
• School Age
Childcare
• Preschool
• Youth/Adult
Enrichment
& Recreation
• Early Childhood
• ABE/GED
AMERICAN
Mini Storage, LLC
Planning a gathering?
We rent tables and chairs!
Moving Boxes & Storage Supplies For Sale
Maple Lake & Annandale Locations
320-274-SHED (7433)
www.aministorage.biz
308 West Hwy. 55 • Maple Lake
320-963-6677
Service “The
Old-Fashioned Way”
Award Winning Smoked Meats
USDA Choice Meats
Fresh & Hot Deli
Wild Game Processing
Monday: 10-5 • Tuesday-Friday: 9-6
Saturday: 8-4 • Sunday: CLOSED
OPEN DAILY
300 Hwy. 55 West • Maple Lake
320-963-6555
Visit your
Maple
Lake Library
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Noon to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Downtown Maple Lake
320.963.2009
• Wright County
Snowmobile Association
Meeting 7:30 p.m.
• High School &
Elementary Picture
Retake Day
• Elementary Book Fair
• Friends of the Maple
Lake Library meet at
the Library 4:30 p.m.
• Lions Club Meeting at
the Legion Club 7 p.m.
• Sons of the American
Legion Meeting at
Legion Club 7:30 p.m.
• Fall Holiday -
No School
• Wright Saddle Club
Meeting 7 p.m.
• Halloween Carnival
3-5 p.m.
• Fall Holiday -
No School
• Columbus Day
• Elementary Book Fair
• Elementary Evening
Conferences
• High School Parent/
Teacher Conferences
Shane Jurgens • Maple Lake
320-274-ROOF
29
• Knights of Columbus
Meeting at
St. Timothy’s Church
7 p.m.
• Maple Lake Library
Fundraiser
• St. Timothy’s Marathon
for Non-Public
Education
27
23
• Connecting Links
Meeting 6:30-7:30 p.m.
• Elementary Book Fair
• Hasty-Silver Creek
Sportman’s Club
Meeting 7 p.m.
BUILDING SUPPLIES - DRAFTING - BLUEPRINTING
POST FRAME CONSTRUCTION
120 Oak Avenue South • Maple Lake
(320) 963-3612
maplelakelumber.com
“Taking Technology to The Next Level”
500 County Road 37 East • Maple Lake
info@mpitsolutions.com • 320-963-2400
Network Design & Installation
Disaster Recovery • Network Cabling
Project Management
Spyware/Virus Removal
Infrastructure Design
Desktop Troubleshooting
Server Troubleshooting
Remote Support • Maintenance
Now serving residential & home office!
21
L
L
C
6 5
• Ladybug Garden Club
Meeting
• Halloween
• Chamber Business
Trick-or-Treat
• End of 1st Quarter
• Elementary Wellness
Wednesday
Roger’s
BP Amoco
16
• Chamber of Commerce
Meeting, Noon, at
The V by HH
• Senior Pictures Due for
Yearbook
28
Schedule your appointments 24/7/365
Annandale • 440 Elm St. E
320-274-3744
Cokato • 110 Olsen Blvd.
320-286-2123 allinamedicalclinic.com
320.963.3715
www.mlwine-spirits.com
Ask about our
Wine Club!
Next to Cenex
901 State Hwy. 55 East • Maple Lake
MAPLE LAKE
Chamber of Commerce
The Maple Lake Chamber of Commerce
is a membership of business, educational &
organized non-profit member entities.
It also serves as a business advocate
with local government and as a community
business information resource.
Maple Lake Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 461 • Maple Lake, MN 55358
www.maplelakechamber.com
Mark Redemske, President: (320) 963-7491
Upcoming Chamber Events:
• Football vs.
Holdingford 7 p.m.
• Elementary All Day
Conferences - NO
School for elementary
• Elementary Book Fair
• Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 7664
Meeting and Auxiliary
Meeting at
The V by HH 7 p.m.
M
oney Spent in the Community
Stays in
th
e C
o m
m
u
n
i t y
Is Invested in the Community M
a k i n g O
u r C
o m
m
u n
ity S
tronger Shop
LOCAL
“You” Helping
Yourself
October 31
Business Trick-or-Treat
November 8
Fall Chamber Craft Sale
• Late Start
• Volleyball vs.
Holdingford vs. 7 p.m.
• Elementary Book Fair
• Elementary National
Hot Lunch Day
• Elementary Evening
Conferences
• School Board Meeting
7 p.m.
• Chatham Township
Meeting 7 p.m.
• American Legion Post
131 Meeting 7:30 p.m.
10
• Elementary Book Fair
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Annandale • Maple Lake • Clearwater
Paul Manuel, Agency Manager • 320.963.3163
www.mylakecentral.com • agency@mylakecentral.com
Providing Insurance For:
Home • Auto• Life • Health• Farm• Business • LongTermCare
at Lake
Central
20
840 East Elm Street • Annandale
320-274-3064 • countrychev.com
1
26
Bernatello’s Foods...
A total commitment
to quality!
Proudly
employs over
225 people!
205 1st St. S.
Buffalo, MN 55313
763.682.2244
Open 6a.m. -
Midnight
Grocery • Bakery
Meat • Fresh Produce
Delicatessen • ATM
Floral • Postage Stamps
• Money Orders
Redbox
Wedding Cakes
Special Party Orders
• Corinna Township
Meeting 7 p.m.
7
14
• Family Medicine
• OB/GYN
• Occupational
Medicine
• Mental Health
Services
October 2014
October 2014
• City of Maple Lake
Council Meeting 7 p.m.
• Albion Township
Meeting 8 p.m.
• Corinna Township
Meeting 7 p.m.
• Maple Lake Township
Meeting 7 p.m.
• Silver Creek Township
Meeting 7 p.m.
• Gardening Worldwide
Meeting at 7 p.m.
Maple Lake • www.Bernatellos.com
• Girls Hockey Practice
Begins
22
15
31