Wednesday, January 6, 2010

area events

There will be a predator hunt sponsored by St co Pheasants forever on Jan 9th Skeeters saloon in Donnelly is serving as headquarters for the event. Pre registration is on Jan 7 and 8th at Skeeters.

Learning Unlimited has postponed their program until January 27: Understanding Afghanistan. From the glory of the Silk Road to the rise of the Taliban, Afghanistan has a long and complex history. Abdullah Jaradat will provide perspective for understanding the country and its people today. 1:00 p.m., USDA Soils Lab. You may bring your lunch. Treats and coffee after the talk.

Central square in Glenwood is hosting the play "Church Basement Ladies" on Jan 10th at 2 PM tickets are $25.

Filing for the township office of supervisors and clerk is now open through Jan 12th. Contact your town clerk or county auditor for more info.

Jan 7th Relay for Life Meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Otter Tail Power Community Room. For more information, please contact Donna Eul at 324-2437.

The Donnelly Rod & Gun Club’s 1st Annual Ice House Fishing Contest will be Saturday, January 16 from 11-4:00 on Cottonwood Lake. Cost is $20. Entries received before January 13 are eligible for an Early Bird Drawing. Contact Brad Backman
—246-3307—with questions.

The Morris Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding their annual meeting on Thursday, January 14 at the Old #1 Southside at Noon. Candidates David Fluegel (UMM Center for Small Towns), Karen Berget (American Eagle Realty), Laura Lehman (United Farmers & Merchants State Bank), Mary Philiph (Willie’s Super Valu), Neil Suess (Morris Lumber & Millwork), Patti Wente (Pomme de Terre Food Co-op), Dr. Randy Hamling (Accelerated Chiropractic & Natural Healing), Sonia Meyer (Sonia’s Hair Clinic) and Wayne Morford (Regional Fitness Center) will be on the ballot to fill four positions on the board. Each professional, business, associate, non-profit organization chamber member is entitled to one vote.

The Twins winter caravan will be stopping in Morris again on Jan 21st.

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