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Friendship Center 4-16-14

Posted April 15, 2014 at 4:29 pm

Card games, pool, Snooker, and a good attendance at the April breakfast made up the week of happenings at the Friendship Center.

Our next event will be the April Potluck Dinner on Thursday, April 17 at noon. We would like you to bring a NEW pair of socks, which will be donated to the Helping Hands store. Also bring a dish to pass, if you wish, or you may leave a donation in the container.

We are planning a “Baked Potato” dinner for the public later this month. I’ll have more on that next week.

Exercises are each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30-0:30 a.m.

Come join us for these upcoming events!!!

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    Warmer weather making
    people think about planting gardens Ree Heights 4-16-14

    The weather this past week has been one that says that spring is definitely here, but we could still get another snow storm before the warm weather comes to stay for awhile. The temperature got up into the 80’s on Wednesday and into the 70’s some of the other days, which makes people want to be outside to do the yard work that has been waiting for them. It also makes people think about getting ready to plant a garden. It is really too early to start a garden outside, but if you are

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    Snowstorm gives Mary McCartney’s extra day with family Miller Manor News 4-16-14

    Did you know…that according to the Guiness Book of World Records, the largest Easter egg ever made was just over 25-ft. high, and made of chocolate and marshmallow? The egg weighed 8,968 lbs., and was supported by an internal steel frame.

    Mary McCartney’s company on Sunday, Mar. 30, was her son, Gene McCartney, Rock Springs, Wyo., and her grandson, Alex Shavalia, Big Piney, Wyo. They got snowed in, due to the snowstorm on Monday, so they didn’t leave until Tuesday.

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    Pizza dinner well attended Friendship Center 4-9-14

    Pizza dinner well attended

    We had 29 people come to the pizza dinner on March 29, where we also played several games of Penny Bingo, which was a lot of fun.

    Next event to remind everyone about is the Potluck Dinner planned for Thursday, April 17 at 12:00 noon. This month we ask each person attending to bring a new pair of socks, which will go to the Helping Hands. Come and bring a dish to pass or leave a

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    Spring is coming Ree Heights 4-9-14

    Spring is coming

    The weather this past week has been one that has spring trying to decide if it really wants to come and stay for this year. We have a couple of days that we were in a storm warning area but we happened to be a little out of it as we only got about an inch of snow and .05 of an inch of precipitation each time. We are very thankful for this. We have been having some of the temperatures getting up into

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    kcaB gnikooL 4-9-14

    April 3, 1914

    Little Twila Else ate some poison Wednesday morning and one very anxious papa was phoning for a doctor. After the remedies prescribed by the doctor had been applied, the little one was alright again.

    We noted in the St. Lawrence News that Francis Ice and Floyd Reeves sold a motorcycle to Willie Shepherd. He will work on the farm again for Professor Courts near Ree Heights and use the cycle as a conveyance when

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    Plaza welcomes new resident Miller Plaza 4-9-14

    Plaza welcomes new resident

    We added to the number of residents last week when “Cec” Miller came to join us. We all welcome her!

    The Book Club met on Tuesday at 1 p.m. and are studying the book, “Grace”. There were 10 in attendance last week. Everyone is welcome to attend the Book Club.

    Thursday is coffee-time in the dining room, and was enjoyed by 13 persons who attended on the April 3.

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    St. Liborius announces
    Polo-Orient 4-9-14

    St. Liborius announces

    Holy Week services

    Our sympathy to the families of former long time Polo resident, Kay Martinmaas, age 90. Kay passed away on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Miller. Her Prayer Service was Tuesday evening at St. Ann’s Church in Miller and the funeral mass at St. Liborius Church in Polo was followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.

    The funeral mass for Verna (Huss) Sturdevant, age 93, who grew up

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    Residence learn about Schmeckfest Good Samaritan Society 4-9-14

    “It is in Giving that we Receive,” was Reverend Janice Palmer’s message for our March 30 Sunday worship service. Scripture used was Psalm 27. Reverend Palmer also played a piano prelude, “Wonderful Words of Life,” and accompanied on piano during the singing portion of the service.

    Linda Allen played several piano hymns for us Sunday afternoon, too.

    Audrey Oligmueller read “Faith Cahalan, Distinguished Alum” to us from South Dakota State Alumni and Friends magazine, Monday afternoon. We continue to miss

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    Sinkie one of four candidates
    for Legionette of the Year Gann Valley 4-9-14

    Linda Ness was a dinner guest in the Lyle and Lenora Pawlowski home on Wednesday.

    Carol Grabin attended a Quilt Retreat in Faulkton on Thursday and Friday.

    Evelyn Wulff was a supper guest in the Evelyn Wulff home Wednesday evening to help Barb Schleder celebrate her birthday.

    Gene Grabin traveled to Sioux Falls on Thursday and was an overnight guest in the Patrick and Jennifer Cuka home. On Friday he did a book

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