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Wed
06
Jul

All about super heroes at this weeks Storytime


Maple Lake Library Storytime was super safe, July 5, with seven super heroes and three adults watching over every move. They listened to two stories about their super friends and the super hero squad. Each child wore a costume and told about their super hero. Then they colored a new super hero mask to take home.These super heroes attended the July 5 storytime: Spiderman Ellie Ogram, Super Girl Isabelle Melgaard, Spiderman Gunnar Melgaard, Iron Man Hazel Jacobson, Sophia Norberg, Batman Elijan Dorse, Alexander Norberg, and Storyteller Marie was Batman. Library Storytime is held every Tuesday this summer through August 16, at the McHugh building (next to the bakery) from 9:30-10:30am, for children ages 2-6. There is no registration required, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Wed
06
Jul

Books with Boone works with beads this week


After checking out Becka Beads the group headed back to the Library to work on some bead projects of their own. Pictured is Landon Marsicek, Kenlyn Marsicek, Chistina Ogram, Ben Ogram and Larson Melgaard.

The Maple Lake Library’s Books with Boone crew took a walk to Becka Beads in downtown Maple Lake, July 5. Pictured is Kenlyn Marsicek, Lisa Perovich, Gavin La Rose, Boone, Landon Marsicek, Christine Ogram, Ben Ogram and Larson Melgaard.

Books with Boone readers did a little window shopping at Becka Beads this week. After returning to the library, they fashioned their own beautiful beaded creations and explored the library for books about art, color and drawing as they waited for their turns to read to Boone. Next week we’ll spotlight the Maple Lake Messenger, and participants will have the chance to create their own personal newsletters.

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Wed
06
Jul

Maple Lake High School announces fourth quarter honor roll

7th Grade - A
ABIGAIL ALTHOFF
LEXY BAKEBERG
NOAH BEFFEL
JACOB BENEKE
BRADY CARLSON
AUGUSTA DEMARAIS
MOLLY ERICKSON
GABRIELLE FRITZ
DANIELLE GEYEN
MADELINE GINDELE
LEXI HANSON
ALEXIS HELMBRECHT
JACOB KLUG
MAGGIE LARSON
MARY MILLER
EMMA PHOTHISANH
BRADY SCANLON
DAWSON WELCH
HAILEY WOOLRIDGE

8th Grade - A
LINUS BROWN
MEGAN CARLSON
CONNOR GIEBENHAIN
BROCK GOELZ
KATIE GOELZ
LUCY GREENHAGEN
JORDAN GRIES
JEFFREY HENRIKSON
GRACE HEYING
RAYNE JACOBSON
KIERA JARMAN
CAITLIN JOHNSON
ELLIE JUDE
SPENCER JURGENS
MIKAYLA KOSS
KATE LATOUR
EMILY MILLER
IVAN OSTLUND LATOUR
EMMA PAYNE
NOAH SPIKE
AIDEN STALOCH
ANA STECKER
LUKE STOESZ
COBY VOGT-WURM
JOSEPHINE WAGNER
LOGAN WENINGER
NICOLE WILSON
ANNA ZASKE

Wed
29
Jun

Storytime with Marie kids work with bugs


Those that attended the June 21 Storytime with Marie were Daniel Carriveau, Kenna Hennen, Isabelle and Gunnar Melgaard, Tyler Reinke, Elijah Dorse, Clark and Oliver Hawkinson. (Photo submitted by Marie Mavencamp)

Storytime with Marie on Tuesday, June 21, was filled with all sorts of creepy, crawly critters as the children worked with bugs. They brought in pictures of bugs, toy bugs and even some real ones to share. Marie read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and the children “fed” him some very colorful fruit which helped to make his very colorful wings. They also read about and did a “Bug Dance.”

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Wed
29
Jun

Books with Boone focuses on flowers


Those that attended the June 21 Books with Boone were, from left, Boone, Dylan Hennen, Kalli Hennen, Lisa Perovich, Larson Melgaard, Ben Ogram and Ellie Ogram. (Photo submitted by Terry Mooney)

The Books with Boone bunch gathered at the Maple Lake Library last week, with a focus on flowers. They talked about the library neighbor, Maple Lake Floral, which will be included on the Maple Lake business tour later in the summer. While waiting their turns to read to Boone, the brindle greyhound, the readers searched the library for seed packets and recorded which flowers like sun and which prefer shade, and they planted a sunflower to take home. We hope to see pictures of many successful gardeners later in the summer.
Parents and others interested in the program can read a little more about the weekly activities at the blog – www.pawsitivestepsllc.com/books-with-boone/maple-lake-library-summer-2016.

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Wed
22
Jun

The MLHS Marching Band performed in three events last week


The band had a busy week performing at three parades: Milaca Band Festival, Buffalo Days and Hutchinson Water Carnival. This year's theme is Mad World, which includes songs from The Hunger Games and The Matrix. The band will be performing in Rogers on Saturday, June 25, and Alexandria on Sunday, June 26. Holding the banner is Grace Fritz and Sarah Neutz

The band had a busy week performing at three parades: Milaca Band Festival, Buffalo Days and Hutchinson Water Carnival. This year's theme is Mad World, which includes songs from The Hunger Games and The Matrix. The band will be performing in Rogers on Saturday, June 25, and Alexandria on Sunday, June 26. Drum line members Ana Stecker, Mike Miller and Gabby Fritz.

The MLHS Band performs for the judges at the Buffalo Days parade.
Wed
22
Jun

MLHS 2014 grad to pass on her crown as Miss Teen of Minnesota


Maple Lake native and Miss Teen of Minnesota 2013-15, Ashley Becker, along with the Young Miss of Texas, Little Miss of Texas, Miss Teen of Texas and Miss Teen of America at the 2015 Miss Teen of America, Southern Regional Pageant. (Photo submitted)

On Friday, June 24th, I will return to St. Cloud State University where three years ago I was named Miss Teen of Minnesota and where on Sunday afternoon, I will crown my successor. The past three years have changed my life in unimaginable ways. I have gotten to travel to places I never thought I’d see, meet people I never thought would soon become my best friends, experience things I never thought I’d want to do, and grow in ways I never thought I could.

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Wed
15
Jun

County State Aid Highway 12 construction update

Work on CSAH 12 has been challenging the past few weeks with all the rain events. If the weather cooperates, the following is the anticipated schedule:
Week of June 13: Shape ditches and slopes; begin seeding operations and complete by the end of the week.

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Wed
15
Jun

May Greatness Award for "integrity"


Each month two students from each grade are chosen that represent the character word of the month revolving around the concept “Celebrate Your Greatness.” Shown above are May’s “Got Character” elementary students. The word for April was “Integrity” which means: The quality of being honest and fair and having strong moral values. The following students were nominated for having optimism: Back Row: Josie Niemiec, Audrey Beffel, Gabe Jurgens, Logan Salmela, Ethan O'Brien, Wyatt Wurm, Nathan Paumen and Hope Jude. Middle Row: Molly Wurm, Abby Torblaa, Max Beffel and Ellie Hanson. Front Row: Ava Rudolph, Lucey Scherr, Gavin Knute, Abby Gindele and Riley Ellingson. Not pictured: Devin Linder and Kendra Jude. (Photo submitted by Kath Heffron)
Wed
15
Jun

MLE celebrates brain cancer recovery of Alivia Paumen


The MLE School community was gathered for their last Irish Pride celebration on Tuesday, May 31. Students and staff wore pink to celebrate the brain cancer recovery of Alivia Paumen, kindergarten student ,standing in the middle of the photo between her teacher, Mrs. Jost, and Principal Kris Harlan. (Photo submitted by Kath Heffron)

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