Chain of Lakes Soccer Club is actively recruiting middle school players for the 2013 fall season, girls and boys in grades 6-12. Players are from ROCORI, Paynesville, Eden Valley, and surrounding area.
Soccer fields are located in Paynesville and Richmond.
Forms are on website at sites.google.com/site/colsoccer.
Any questions, please call Marsha Meed at (320) 310-2430. Come play Soccer now.
Get ready for some real contact alumni football games. This is for past high school players. Play in one more full contact football game representing your old school against a top rival. We organize the event and supply all equipment, You supply the greatest hits.
Sign up now: AlumniFootball
USA.com, or call (707) 888-7721.
All games will be played Saturday, Oct. 5, at Husky Stadium on the SCSU campus football field. Only the first 40 guys on each
roster will get to play.
Apollo v Tech
Sartell v Sauk Rapids
Albany v Melrose
Foley v Milaca
Cathedral v ROCORI
Becker v Big Lake
Paynesville v Sauk Centre
Holdingford v Kimball
Eden Valley v Pierz
If you don’t see your team and want to play, call (707) 888-7721.
The Eden Valley Horseshoe League started off the season in early May and pitches horseshoes through mid July. The Manannah Sno Blazers took first-place honors in regular season play. Steve Theis Interior Finishing Team won the post-season playoffs.
At left: Playoff Champs for Eden Valley Horseshoe League are, left to right, Jim Conrad, Mike Pung, Dan Hansen, Steve Theis, and Jeff Reitmeier.
At right: League Champs for Eden Valley Horseshoe League are, from left to right, Sam Fiestner, Budd Christensen, Wilber Kemp, and Bill Danielson. Submitted photos.
The EV Sportsmen Club and Meeker Pheasants Forever are co-sponsoring the DNR firearms safety class in Eden Valley beginning at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, in the Civic Center on Cosairt Ave. W. in Eden Valley. Students must be at least 11 (turning 12 during this calendar year) before taking the course. The FAS Certificate becomes valid at age 12. The class is open to the first 35 students to enroll the first night.
Persons 18 or older may take the course work on line, but must take the written test and perform the field test Aug. 22, to obtain their certificate. Talk to Gary if you are interested in that option.
A healthy deer population on the property of St. John’s Abbey means hunters will have more opportunities this fall. St. John’s goal is to assure a population level that will allow both adequate regeneration of the forest and a healthy deer herd on the Abbey Arboretum’s 2,700 acres in Stearns County. Interested bow hunters are invited to apply for permission to hunt at St. John’s beginning Oct. 26 through Dec. 31, 2013. Hunters must have a valid MN DNR archery deer license and be willing to take an antlerless deer. Successful hunters or hunting parties will earn points towards taking an antlered buck at St. John’s in current and future years.
St. John’s Abbey is moving to an archery hunt to reduce the conflict between the many other land users and to allow more hunting days. Bow hunters have less range than firearm hunters and their hunting times of day are more compatible with other trail users. The land will continue to be open for all other ongoing uses and guests. Hunting later in the fall also means that many of the other uses will have slowed for the season.