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16
Mar

Craft Sale

Starting off the day at 9 a.m. at MLE, the craft sale was a success, according to craft show organizer Betty Gordon. “We were totally full, we were even putting vendors in the hallway,” said Gordon.” It was one of the biggest crowds we’ve seen.”

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Wed
16
Mar

The Stables at Greenfield Farm announces new assistant trainer/instructor

The Stables at Greenfield Farm, located in Maple Lake, MN announce the addition of Mandy Marthaler as assistant trainer and instructor.

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Wed
16
Mar

County looking for alternatives for election judge training

With the presidential election coming this year, there will be significantly more voters going to the polls to cast their ballots in federal, state and local elections. However, at the March 9 meeting of the Wright County Board of Commissioners meeting, Auditor/Treasurer Bob Hiivala informed the board of a growing concern – a lack of certified election judges.

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Wed
16
Mar

Long-time Corinna Township board member retires


Richard Naaktgeboren received his retirement plaque for 19 years of service as Corinna Township Board member, from John Dearing after the Corinna Township Annual Meeting held on March 8th, 2016. (Photo submitted)
Wed
16
Mar

Customize your ceremony to give it a unique touch

Steeped in tradition, weddings have featured many of the same components for centuries. Those about to tie the knot may feel somewhat limited in their ability to shape their weddings into unique celebrations of their relationships and love for one another. Although it may not seem like there are many opportunities to put your own stamp on the wedding, there are plenty of ways to do just that.

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Wed
09
Mar

Good times in green at the Irish Pre-Party


The Looney Lutherans got the crowd moving last Saturday at the Irish Pre-Party.

Grand Marshal Carole Bestland with family. Back Row: Misty, Destiny, Kelli, Tim and Todd. Front Row: Carole, Kardell, Kristine and Karen. (Photos by Nick Pawlenty)

Commodore Jim Peterson with family. Back Row: Jon, John, Jim, Marge, Mike and Dan. Front Row: Sara, Susie, Rebecca and Mandy.

The Maple Lake Lions Club received the award for Chamber Organization of the Year. Pictured is Jon Fries, Jim McCann, Randy Mills, Mark Redemske, Ricci Smelser and Chris Paumen.

The Irish Pre-Party last Saturday was entertaining to say the least. Great people, even better food and laughs with the Looney Lutherans made the night one to remember and it seems people are gearing up for St. Patrick's Day. The community came out in large numbers to attend and the night was something special, and even better for a few who were honored at the event.

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Wed
09
Mar

Food shelf update for MN Food Share March campaign

At this time each year, just before the annual Minnesota Food Share March Campaign, I like to give our donors and communities an overview of the services your Food Shelf provided in 2015 by feeding the hungry in the areas of Maple Lake, Annandale, Southside Township and South Haven.

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Wed
09
Mar

Together we “March for Meals” for Maple Lake


Commodore Jim Peterson and council member Deb Geyen load the truck with hot lunches for Meals on Wheels.

Deb Geyen, John Northenscold and Jim Peterson promote the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. (Photos by Nick Pawlenty)

Catholic Charities Senior Dining/Meals on Wheels participates in the national March for Meals campaign, which is an annual month-long event, sponsored by the Meals on Wheels Association of America.

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Wed
09
Mar

Free GED testing available for Minnesotans

Life throws us all curveballs and sometimes getting a traditional high school diploma is not possible. The General Educational Development test, or GED, is equivalent to a high school diploma. Passing the GED test is important because it can expand employment opportunities, increase wages and make one eligible to attend college.

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Wed
09
Mar

Construction of highway building on time, on budget

Whenever a large building project is done, there are always concerns about potential cost over-runs. Whether it be the result of unforeseen issues dealing with the construction or required add-ons needed to complete the project, any large building project comes with its share of concerns.

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