The citywide garage sale in Watkins has been scheduled for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 17.
Maps will be available the day of the sale at Flash’s Gas & Auto and Stein’s Thriftway in Watkins.
Contact Gloria to sign up at (320) 764-2791.
Sponsored by the Watkins Lions and Lioness.
There will be a get-together of the Kimball Old Coots Tuesday, May 13, at the Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball.
Permanent dates are now set up for future get-togethers twice yearly. They are the second Tuesdays in May and September.
The all-city garage sale in Eden Valley will be Saturday, May 10. Sign up with Michelle Hanson at (320) 453-2368.
Auditions for one of the nation’s well-loved musicals, “Fiddler on the Roof” will be Tuesday and Wednesday,
May 27 and 28, in the auditorium at ROCORI High School in Cold Spring by Great Northern Theatre Company (GNTC). This musical, which features Tevye and his family, will be performed Thursday through Sunday, July 31,
Aug. 1-3. and Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 6-8.
This production features favorite songs like “If I Were A Rich Man,” “Sunrise, Sunset,” “The Sabbath,” “Matchmaker” and “Tradition” to name only a few, will be directed by Vicki Meyer. Meyer has directed several GNTC plays and appeared in GNTC’s 1996 production when she played Golde alongside Ken Twit, reprising their roles as high school seniors. Now she’s in the director’s chair.
You could have heard a pin drop during most of their presentation.
Except for the occasional laughter or applause, the Holy Cross gym was quiet, dead quiet.
Three men came out from the Twin Cities to share their stories of depression and suicide attempts, how they found help and, eventually, happier lives. The event was Wednesday evening, April 30, at Holy Cross School, and nearly every chair was filled.
Mark Meier founded the Face It Foundation in Minneapolis to work with men to overcome depression. He spoke briefly about what depression is and is not, and the fact that it can be so much more devastating in men. At least 6 million, probably more like 8 million, men in the United States have depression. That’s at least four times the rate of depression in women and, in his experience, men are far less likely to seek help.