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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Page 2, Cold Spring Record by Mike Austreng, Editor We made our second attempt at that would go into that second attending the Springer's United game with a "why bother" atti- Catholic Financial game at the rude, not our team, they went out Cold Spring Baseball Park--the there like the first game never first one was called off because the happened and showed Hutch why opposing team was attending a fu- they hadn't lost a playoff game un- neral, til the Hutch trouncing. When we got to the park and It was like two completely dif- paid our admission we found out ferent teams. Good pitching, good the game wasn't going to be the fielding and really good offensive Springers, the Legion was playing hitting. Cold Spring took the sec- instead. We didn't realize at the ond game 12-5 and came away the tune that the game was for the Re- champs! It was fun to watch some gion championship againstyoung men who didn't let a beat- Hutchinson. ing get to them while they dug in It didn't matter, the day was and walked all over the team that nice and we just wanted to watch handed them the whopping. some ball with our son, daughter- The team, lost their first two in-law and grandson, games of the State Tournament We knew our Legion team hadand headed home. Many will be a really good season and we fig- playing for our town teams in Re- ured the game would be a good gionPlayoffaction. one. Just getting to the State Tour- The very first inning proved nament is something few teams that wrong. Hutchinson scored 5 accomplish so Post 455 can hold runs due to walked batters, hit their heads high for a well-played batters and fielding errors. The season. home team" scored zero. The second inning didn't im- **** prove much. Hutch scored 4 runs and Post 455 scored zero. There are those who don't be- The same happened in the lieve time goes any faster in our third. At the end of that inning it present day than it did, say 10 was 13-0. Each time our team year ago. Those are the younger seemed to be mounting a rally people among us and anyone who's (that would be more than one base getting a little older will tell you runner) something happened (like time goes by much faster as you balls that were hit right at the age. fielders or some really good out- Here we are in August already. field catches). One month from now our schools Hutch went on to score six more will be welcoming back students runs the next two innings and the for another school year. Most city game was called after seven in- celebrations are done and the St. nings with the ending score 19-0. Boniface Parish Festival is only a Just as we were about to call it couple weeks away. Days are get- a day the announcer let us know ting much shorter and before long the second game--the champi- we'll start to see the leaves turn- onship game--would be played ing colors. Hunting seasons will be just as soon as the Post 455 boys starting and snow and the cold had the field back in shape, weather of Winter will follow. It We took the grandson down for may seem odd to bring this up, but his third hot dog and noted the op- with how fast the weeks fly by, the posing team was busy fueling up summer of 2013 will quickly be- for the next game while our team come a memory. Was ~ti'~tl~!~eld'~ki~:~a~d'~ We'll remember tl~is as a year chalking and tamping. Itdidn't we never really had much of:a seem fair, and the extra work the Spring and in our opinion it will be home team had to do was only one of the Shortest summers we've stealing energy, experienced. Then again, as we've Our part of the audience want- stated, the time goes by much ed to stick around for a while to faster as you get older and that see how the next game went so we tells us each summer the good bunched up the blanket we were Lord gives us from now on might sitting on and waited for the game seem shorter than the last. We to begin. We hadn't realized it was just wish the same held true for a double elimination and Cold the winter seasons--those seem to Spring had only lost the one game be getting longer--at least to us. to Hutch. There would be a lot of teams Have A Good Week! Dear Editor, Hometown Pride Days for the Cold Spring Friends of the Li- brary means our continued pride in all the great patrons of our li- brary. Our recent book sale was an- other great success. Once again we said, "We have more books than ever" -- and we did! We know it takes many vol- unteers to make a successful sale. We thank all the people who donated materials. The se- lection was amazing! We thank all the helpers who set up. We had some great work- ers. It wouldn't be a sale without customers. You just kept com- ing! We also need to send thanks to the city volunteers who helped set up tables and to the city for the generous use of the City Hall meeting space. We ap- preciate your help. Our summer reading pro- gram is winding down. We've had great participation from the community. It is so much fun to watch the children pick up their rewards. They are so proud and excited. I love to see the smiling fa es at storytime. 'Our little library is a fun and vital part of Cold Spring and we are proud to be here. We know the services provided by the li- brary strengthens the people who live here and their quality of life. With sincere thanks, Max Backes for Cold Spring Friends of the Library Letter to the Editor, Opening 14th Avenue South to Highway 23. Do you like to walk, run, bike, or rollerblade? Do you pull a wagon, push a stroller, ride a scooter or walk your dog? I live on the corner of 4th Street South and 13th Avenue South. This spring and summer I was "stuck" at home recovering from surgery. It has been entertaining for me to watch all the activity on these streets, and I became aware of the many, many people who use the trails around the drainage pond on 14th and the nearby woods. Since there are no sidewalks, people access this trail from 3rd St. or 14th Ave. They also use 14th Avenue to ac- cess the trail between Cold Spring and Richmond. If 14th Street is opened up to Highway 23, there will be much more traffic on both of these streets. It is my opinion that it will be difficult and unsafe for people on both streets and those crossing 14th to get to the pond trails. I would certainly not like to see all this activity curtailed because of the risks, and it would be tragic if someone was injured because of the added traffic. We have no children or grand- children in the area, and yes, it would be more convenient for me driving if the street were opened up. But, is myp inion that this Across 1. Indian semi-classical vocal music 6. Brickbat 10. Bust maker 14. Cool 15. Legal prefix 16. Sundae topper, perhaps 17. Person who interprets constitutional law strictly 20. Makeup, e.g. 21. "... __ he drove out of sight" 22. Enlarge 23. Soon, to a bard 25: Drop 26. Horse's fast gait 29. Outlaw 33. www.yahoo.com, e.g. (acronym) 34. Riot 36. No longer in 37. "Get !" 39. Foul 41. Brain area 42. Not fulfilled 44. Doozie 46. "China Beach" setting 47. Scenery and props in a play 49. Photo equipment 51. nitrate 52. #1 spot 53. Young offspring of a dog 56. "Ng" (They Might Be Giants song) 57. Challenge for a barber 61. Instruments with parabolic antennae (2 wds) 64. Boosts 65. 20-20, e.g. 66. Dukes 67. High school formal dance 68. Convene 69. Aegean vacation locale Down 1. Boor's lack 2. vera 3.1issue joining two parts of an organ 4. Bad way to go? 5. Astern 6. Brush off 7. Shoestring 8. "A jealous mistress": Emerson 2,~==~ i ~ 26 27 28 33 37 42 47 53 54 55 61 =,==== i i 64 67 =.__._- ? i 29 m i n i 56 i i, i i -- -- 11 12 13 30 31 32 i i / 46 58 59 60 =i=, i ~ ill w iI 9. Unmarried girl leaves 10. Not sanctioned by law 43. Beat 11. "Mi chiamano Mimi," e.g. 45. Cap 12. Medical advice, often 48. Modus operandi 13. Pigeon's home 50. Autobiography 18. Look into again, as a cold case 52. About 19. Drunk, in slang 53. "That's a !" 24. "any drop to drink": Coleridge 54. "Aquarius" musical 25. Atlanta-based airline 55. Taro's edible root 26. Masters 56. On the safe side, at sea 27. "You __ kidding!" (contraction) 58. __ line (major axis of an 28. Andean animal 59. Remaining after all deductions (var. 29. Change, as a clock spelling) 30. Agreeing (with) 60. " quam videri" (North Carolina's 31. Except motto) II 32. Swelling 62. The Three Faces of" 35. Noise and confusion 63. Ozone enemy (abbrev.) 38. Strict adherence to the law 40. Tropical American plants with lancelike elliptical orbit) ANSWERS ON PAGE 19 StG YOU AVE A SER OLB I i EDICN. is not really necessary, and it I am writing to give an up- would spoil the activities of many date about transportation plan- folks. If you use this area, contact ning in our fair city. the City Council and express For the past three years, the your opinion. Planning Commission along Thank you. with City Council and Staff have Shirley Bell been diligently working on ad- dressing a number of our traffic Dear People of Cold Spring, Tues., August 6 - Richmond Ads & Music Council FREE summer con- cert in Centennial Park from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. "Faded Promo". Bring your lawn chairs! Concessions available or bring your own. Wed., Thurs. & Fd., Aug. 7, 8 & 9 at 7:30 p.m. - GNTC's "Guys and Dolls" production in the Glanville Smith Auditorium at Rocori High School. Visit website for tickets & more info: gptcl.com. Thurs., Aug. 8 - The Cold Spring Area Chamber Luncheon will be held at Lions Park from Noon to 1:00 p.m. Call the Chamber office at (320) 685-4186 or email your RSVP to info@coldsprinqmn.com by Wednesday, August 7 at 11:00 a.m. Thurs.- Sun., - Aug. 8 - 11 - Minnesota Bluegrass & Old-Time Music Festival at El Rancho Manana, Richmond. Check out www.minneso- tabluegrass.org for schedule of events and entertainers or call 1-800- 635-3037 for more information. Sat., August 10 - Roscoe Fun Day. Concessions and Beer Garden open at 2:30 p.m. - Midnight. Parade at 3:30 p.m. After parade are kids games, flea market, bingo, bean bag and volleyball tourneys. Pork Chop Supper at 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. followed by the street dance with live music from 8:00 - Midnight. Sat., August 10 - Mid Summer Blast in the Valley Concert featuring: Warrant, Dirtee Circus, Heiforstout, Crimson Edge & Royal Boyz. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Music at 6:00 p.m. - Midnight. Tickets and into at www.evec22.org. Sat., August 10 - Volunteer Opportunity - Therapeutic Horseback Riding. Volunteer training for Project ASTRIDE will be held at Avon Hills Paints and Quarter Horses at 9:00 a.m. in Avon. This is a 100% volunteer organization providing therapeutic horseback activities to individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities. Contact the pro- gram at info@astride.org or visit www.astride.orq. Sat., August 10 - St. James Parish, Jacobs Prairie is having their Annual Barbeque Pork Chop and Corn on the Cob Feed from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. (County Road 2 between St. Joseph and Cold Spring). Hot dogs for children under 5. Everyone is invited. Handicap accessible. Sat. & Sun., Aug. 17 & 18 - St. Boniface Parish Festival, Cold Spring. For more information go to www.stboniface.com. Sat., August 18 - PaynesviUe Area Health Care System (PAHCS) 2nd Annual =Healthy Strides" 5K Walk/Run (8:30 a.m.) and Kids 5K (8:00 a.m.) at 200 West First Street, Paynesville. For more info and to reg- ister go to: www.pahcs.com. Man., August 19 - St. Cloud Area Parkinson's Support Group meet- ing at 1:00 p.m. in the St. Cloud Regional Library located at 1300 W. St. Germain St., St. Cloud. Topic: "SWALLOWING". Since swallowing is not easy for people with PD, the doctor will explain effective ways to make swallowing easier. He is especially trained for dealing with Parkinson's Disease issues. FREE. PUBLIC WELCOME. Contact Georgia 320-9684606. No reservations necessary. Tues., August 20 - The American Red Cross will be in Eden Valley from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Eden Valley. Contact Bonnie at 282-1468 to schedule your appointment. Bring along your identification - it is required to donate. Tues., August 20 - Richmond Ads & Music Council FREE summer concert in Centennial Park from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. "Tim & Rick Backes". Bring your lawn chairs! Concessions available or bring your own. Wed., August 21 - Senior Citizens meeting in Richmond at Sts. Peter & Paul School Parish Center at 1:30 p.m. Cards will be played, fol- lowing meeting with prizes given. Lunch follows. All seniors welcome. Wed., August 21 - Rich-Spring Ducks Unlimited Waterfowl Hunters Party at 6:00 p.m. at Richmond Community Park. $25 includes Ducks Letters to the Editor continued on page 5 2 5 3 7 7 1 8 4 9 1 3 8 2 8 4 9 7 5 2 8 9 2 6 1 8 9 8 .:...; .... 5 6 ANSWER 0'N ~E 19 Unlimited Membership, Brats, Burgers and Beer. Great hunting gear, decoys, calls and guns to be raffled. For more info contact: Casey Hopfer 320-292-5179 casey.hoDfer@omaiLcom. Sat., October 5 - Ride for the Cure. This 25 mile bicycle ride around the Chain of Lakes is in memory of a young local woman, Lisa Popp Iliffe who died from a brain tumor. The event will start and stop at the Great Blue Heron in Cold Spring. Registration is at 2:00 p.m., ride at 3:00 p.m. Social hour, food, entertainment following at 5:00 p.m. All proceeds will go to the National Brain Tumor Society. Cold Spring Fannevs' Market - Every Wednesday from 3:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Cold Spring Count~j Store parking lot, Main St., rain or shine through October 16th. Eden Valley Farmers' Market - Every Friday, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the State Bank parking lot on Main Street Eden Valley. St. Joseph Farmers' Market - Every Friday thru Sept. 13, 3:00 to 6:30 p.m.; Sept. 20 - Oct. 18, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. North on Co. Rd. 2, near the Wobegun Trailbead under the city water tower. Rockvllle Farmers' Market - Every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the City Hall parking lot, 229 Broadway St E., through mid- 0cbber. Looking fi)r homes for ecchange sludents that will be arriving for this coming school year. call today: 763476-6515 or 1-800-314-3738 or Visit our website: www.erdtshare.org. First and Third Monday of each month Safe Journey, a support group for adult male survivors of sexual abuse will meet from 5:30 to 6:30. The group will be held at Central MN Sexual Assault Center at 15 Riverside Dr. N.E., St. Cloud. Please call (320) 251-4357 or email cmsac@cmsac.org to sign up. Second Monday of tile manUt Disabled American Veterans meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Waite Park Legion. Contact 685-7380 for more infor- mation. Semnd and Fourth Monday of the mondt the Lamplighters Support Group for recovery from incest, childhood sexual abuse, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault meets at 5:30 p.m., Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center, 15 Riverside Drive NE, St. Cloud, MN Call 3202514357 or 800-237-5090 for more information. Rrst Tuesday of Each Mon~ - Child Loss Support Group Meetings at St. Boniface School in the adult faith formation room from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Questions contact Kathy - 685-7443 or kcrobbins68@- grnail.com Euchre Tournaments - Every Tuesday & Thursday at 1:30 p.m. and Wednesday's at 7:30 p.m. at The Cold Spdng Legion Post 455. Second Tuesday of Each Monlh - Free Blood Pressure Clinic provid- ed by the Assumption Community from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the John Paul Apartments Dining Room. American Legion members meetings are held at the Cold Spring American Legion on the second ThmMay of each month. Meeting starts at 8:00 p.m. Members are encouraged to attend. Friends of the Ubraff meelJug~ - Third Thursday of the month, 6:30 p.m. TOPS =Take Off Pounds Semlbly" meets every Saturday rooming at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Weigh-in 8:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. followed by a 45 minute meeting. More info phone 685-8228 or 685-7674. Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 601 Red River Ave. So., Cold Spring. MELTING NOTICE- The following meetings are held each week in the Alanon Building in Cold Spring: Sunday, 7 p.m. - Big Book; Monday, 10 a.m. - Women's AA, 6:30 p.m. - AA; Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. - AA & Alanon; Wednesday, 8 p.m. - AA; Friday, 8:30 p.m. - AA. Call 685- 8257 for more information. 1867 THE COLD SPRING RECORD West Highway 23 PO Box 456 Telephone: 320.685.8621 Fox: 320.685.8885 emcdl: csrecord @midconetwork.com website: www.csrecord.net USPS 121-020 Cold Spring, MN 56320 Published every Tuesday and entered as periodical matter at the Post Office in Cold Spring, MN at Periodical Postacje Rates. 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