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Benefit for Isaiah brings smiles all around PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:43

By KATHY PAULSEN

Staff Writer


ISAIAH AND FRIENDS – Left: Isaiah Schutrop mugs for the camera at his benefit Sunday, Dec. 8 at City Hall, assisted by his cousin Shelby Lee and unidentified stuffed partygoers. Star Eagle photo by Kathy Paulsen


If you attended the benefit breakfast for little Isaiah Schutrop on Sunday, December 7th at the New Richland City Hall you were given as well as giving a gift. It was a big smile from a strong little boy who, along with his family, is dealing with a difficult medical situation, and thanked everyone for coming and donating to the event.The New Richland Lions Club, which numbers 31 members, were busy from 7 to 12:30 making and serving scrambled eggs, pancakes, French toast, sausage, orange juice, milk and coffee to the approximately 400 hungry attendants.There were three tables filed with roughly 100 items for the bake sale. People had made and donated lefse, pies, cookies, bars, breads, candies and many other delicious items to purchase, take home and later enjoy.


Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 22:00
 
Time for a big evaluation PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:35

NRHEG SCHOOL BOARD


By REED WALLER

Staff Writer


“It’s been a while since we’ve done a big evaluation,” began NRHEG School Board chairman Rick Schultz Monday evening at the Media Center in New Richland.

He spoke to a group of about 15 guests plus faculty and administration, gathered to participate in a discussion of the improvements to school facilities the board has been considering for the coming years.

The meeting, following a similar meeting in Ellendale the previous week, was also attended by representatives from ICS Consulting and Wold Architects, who are working with the board to create an improvement plan for the district to address a number of issues, some of them of high priority.

 
Village Inn in Hartland Closes Doors PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 December 2014 14:59
Friday, Dec. 12 will be “just another day” at the Village Inn in Hartland, says owner Judy Hendrickson. Nothing special will be going on. Except, of course, that Friday will be the last day. Established in 1985, the Village Inn has been a gathering place and general watering-hole for the rather unique little community that is Hartland. We join others in thanking Judy for her years of hospitality and providing a center for a living community.    

Stop in on Friday to wish Judy well.

See our special tribute page with a remembrance by All Batt, by clicking HERE.    

Star Eagle photo by Nicole Billing



Last Updated on Thursday, 11 December 2014 15:01
 
Santa Bingo is this Saturday in Geneva PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 December 2014 13:57

By KATHY PAULSEN

Staff Writer


When Santa Claus comes to Geneva on Saturday, December 13th for his yearly visit, the local children will also be able to play Bingo prior to his arrival.

Those who attend this yearly event will be able to also sign up for two door prizes, one for a girl, and one for a boy, hoping to be the lucky one chosen as the winner, if they haven't already been lucky winners playing bingo.

 Prior to Santa’s visit, starting at 1 p.m., Warren Torgerson will call 20 games of Bingo and the children attending with the winning numbers will be able to call out "Bingo!" and will be able to pick a gift of their choice until all the prizes are gone.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 December 2014 14:34
 
Annual Wild Game Feed this weekend PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 December 2014 12:12

By KATHY PAULSEN

Staff Writer


Now is the time for all good men and women to come to the aid of the party. 

The annual Wild Game Feed has been held on the first Saturday of December for 30 years. It is an event that helps jumpstart the holiday of giving while enjoying the festivities of the season.

For 30 years the guys have had a large tent set up in the Geneva Bar & Grill parking lot to accommodate the large crowd that turns out for this yearly event.  

The temperatures are supposed to be back up in the 30s by the weekend but even if it isn't, the heated tent will keep one warm. It really gets heated up at 10 a.m. when people line up to try the variety of wild game that has been donated and prepared. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 December 2014 12:23
 
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