Reports

The sun is out and warming everything up, it is staying light later in the evenings and Spring is Here!  A nice crowd enjoyed some music with Tony to help celebrate the March birthdays, Trinity preschoolers were up to visit and everyone was treated to shamrock cookies, we shook 6-5-4 dice, St. Mary...
Sylvester Graham of Connecticut is said to have produced the first ‘graham’ crackers, named because they were made of the unsifted wheat flour that Sylvester Graham promoted. It is the subject of dispute. Some sources say Graham himself invented the snack in 1829; others claim the graham cracker...
My friend Tim, (one man’s perspective), asks, ”who even suggested to Representative Kresha that he should be wasting our tax dollars watching out for a foreign government.” I would suggest it was probably the same “who” that suggested Dayton & other governors take trade junkets to foreign...
BRRRR  Wow what a change-- and that wind and tornados and what’s next?  Spring--Right???  It has been a winter to remember so far and it’s not over yet! The times is flying almost as fast as the winds.  We have been busy. The Quilt show was a huge success.  Sharon R., Bobbi K., Mary M., Beth A.,...
Remember that old Disney movie “Flubber” with “Fred MacMurray?” Something fun and gooey to create and play with was and still is many a kid’s dream. Well this week I share a couple of similar fun and gooey things you can make with the kids or grandkids. But really who am I kidding, these are...
Club Report Todd County Historical Society February 6, 2017 The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, March 6 at 1:30 p.m. in the museum. The meeting was called to order by President Gary Stracek with the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance. February 2017 minutes were read and approved....
In recent news, a local Freeport man lost his life in an accident involving an abandoned manure pit.  Our sincerest condolence goes out to his family. While unintentional, a manure pit serves as an endangerment for anyone living in the area.  Often, pits are muck-filled with steep sides that are...
March is here a with a little snow and some sunshine.  Yea!  It has been a very nice winter and every day we are getting closer to Spring and getting out and about. Many of us are looking forward to spending time on the Patio, putting the flowers in the flower boxes, taking rides around town and...
The American Legion Auxiliary Post 12 met on Monday, February 20  with President Marge Gadbow calling the meeting to order with 5 members present. A prayer was read by Marge Morawczynski followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heroes. The Pledge of Allegiance and Preamble to the Constitution...
Chocolate is the breakfast of champions but some will argue that fact so this week we will learn about French toast instead.  According to legend, it was an Albany, New York, innkeeper named Joseph French who created the dish in 1724, and advertised it as “French Toast”. However, Joseph French was...

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