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Pageant has a Dr. Seuss twist

Manitou Evangelical Free Church held their annual Christmas festivities Dec. 19. Carol and Amy Graham, a mother/daughter duo, teamed up to write Bethlemazoo in the rhyming style of Dr. Seuss. This was presented in the sanctuary.

News cycle looks back at 2010

As we now have entered the 11th year of this century many news sources offer in-depth looks at what has transpired over the last year.
Students' antics light up the stage

Students' antics light up the stage

Happy New Year everyone! Sorry for no news over the Christmas break, but I decided to take the two weeks off along with the school kids. There wasn't a lot to report after the Christmas concerts.

Maidstone 4-H meeting

Maidstone Gully Multiple 4-H Club held their third general meeting Dec. 6. A Christmas party, held at Milleton Hall Dec. 11, was discussed. Hannah Bedwell did a Cloverbud demonstration. She showed how she baked cookies.
Eating my way to 5K

Eating my way to 5K

Back in the beginning of October, I found myself facing what I call the season of eating.

Young musicians bring medals home

With a variety of bands, choirs and talented performers, the Battlefords have a rich variety of musical offerings. And it seems this atmosphere will continue, as young, developing musicians excel in their music instruction.

Christmas brings visitors

Our sympathy to the Harbridge family on the passing of Bill Harbridge. Bill was a one time resident of Pine Island Apartments. Theresa Kennedy spent Christmas eve with her daughters, Kim and Jackie Gerbig and Buck and Jackie Gerbig.

Family given help at Christmas

Affinity Credit Union, Borden branch, collected non-perishable food for a local needy family before Christmas, and patrons got a chance to enter draws each time a food item was brought in.
Student accomplishments celebrated

Student accomplishments celebrated

The last day of school before winter holidays is often a day of celebration.

Colourful displays make village sparkle

Christmas displays and lights in Waseca were exceptional this year. Congratulations to all who took the time and made the effort to make the village look beautiful at this special time of year.
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