Once again, there was another successful Business and Community EXPO. A big thank you to all the vendors for the excellent display of each of your booths. We received many positive comments about the many excellent booths. Also, a thank you to everyone that came to be a party of the many events of the day.
A special thank you to the Community Education for the arangement of an excellent entertainment program.
The family of Ella Leanhart would like to sincerely thank all those who offered thoughts, prayers, messages of sympathy, donated food or flowers, and served the meal. A special thank you to Chickadee Tree Floral, The Flower Depot, Steins Thriftway, Reichel’s Catering, Dingmann Funeral Care, and the St. Cloud Home Health Care Services.
Thank you Pastor Nerud for the heartwarming service given; and also to Lynn Hoff for the beautiful music.
Thank you to all. The family of Ella Leanhart, Carol and Emery, Brenda and Mike, and Marvin
The family of Marvin May would like to express our sincere thanks for all the love and support we received at the time of the death of our father.
We want to thank the Watkins Ambulance service and the Meeker County Sheriff’s Department for their quick response early that Sunday morning.
The family of Loretta Brutger would like to extend a sincere thank you to those who offered kindness, messages of sympathy, donated food or flowers, and served the meal.
A special thank you to the following: Hilltop Health Care Center for their eight years of care and compassion for Loretta, to Rice Hospice, Ertl’s Funeral Home, Chickadee Tree Floral and Gifts, Stein’s Meat and Groceries, the Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Auxiliary Post# 5460, the Red Hat ladies, and the Senior Citizens for saying the Rosary.
Thank you Fr. Gross and
Fr. Brunner for your presence and prayers at the wake and mass, also Kathy Pauls for the music.
God Bless you all! The Family of Loretta Brutger
Todd Rohloff and his trusty Bobcat cleared the entire KAHS track of snow. It took a couple of days, but he chipped his way through the
hard-packed ice and snow that was nearly two feet thick. Having the track cleared allows the track team (and others) to use the track earlier than if they had to wait for Mother Nature to melt it all off. The entire track team and coaching staff is most grateful. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.