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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Cold Spring Record Page 7 Letters to the Editor ' continued from page 6 i ...Ok read that again...Mom by Bill Goede and Dad are not "gender neutral" and the school is required to "in- terpret" them in liberal speak?... Good luck to you Minnesota I School administrators.., maybe you should consider getting a law degree on the side. And good luck to our children who will ultimate- ly suffer for this insanity. As we witness the revelation of the desecrations and violations of this government's sacred trust with its people, we see what hap- pens when God has been disinvit- ., ed from our society and banished from State and Federal Capitols. There will be a reckoning. It will be just. It will be overwhelm- ing. It cannot come soon enough for bigots like me. Ron Westrup Rockville, MN inner MINNESOTA FACTS: From health care access and According to the Gallup poll, clean water regulation to our de- Minnesota ranks first among all votion to leading healthy, active states in economic confidence, lifestyles, as well as maintaining and is the state where it is easi- the spaces, urban and rural, that est and safest to do outdoor exer- encourage and foster healthy cises. Minnesota is second only to lifestyles. the State of Utah. This makes Minnesota one of The Gallup poll measured 13 the best places to live, in the different metrics, including such United States and beyond. concrete data as obesity and full- More importantly, this rank- time employment rates, ing indicates that Minnesota will It also surveyed residents for remain a great place to live into their opinions--for example, on the future. whether the area in which you **************************** live is "getting better" or "getting TRIVIA: For the first time in worse," or whether you feel your its history, Minnesota will offer employer treats you more like a All-Day Kindergarten for every partner or an employee. Minneso- child in Minnesota. ta achieved an average ranking TITANIC TRIVIA: Legend of 10.5 among all states across 13 has it that millionaire J. J. Astor measurements, was standing by as a 13-year-old This ranking is a reflection of boy that was denied a seat on one the commitment of Minnesotans of the lifeboats. Astor put a girl's to make this state a great place hat on the boy's head and said, to live. Minnesota is a proven "Now you're a girl and you can leader in innovation, job creation, go." and economic vitality. The state's THE LIGHTSIDE: You know commitment to health is unparal- it's going to be a bad day when leled, your horn gets stuck while you're following a group of Hell's Angels cooking, she and Ole have an af- on the freeway, ter dinner drink of Pepto-Bismol. -A pocket of Laughter- LENA: "Remember Ole, Ven You know it's going to be a you come back from fishin',. I'm rough day day when you tell the vaitin' to hear doz tree little sales-clerk you are looking for a vords I love to hear." pot holder and she directs you to OLE: "Yah, You Betcha, Is the girdle department, dinner ready?" YOU MIGHT BE A RED- LENA: "Ven Ole goes NECK IF... fishin'....it's a a yerk at von end of 1. You're always borrowing da line vaitin' for a yerk at da ud- money, but never been to a bank. deE" 2. You spend 40 hours a week QUOTES: "Great thoughts al- at Wal-Mart, but don't work ways come from the heart." there. -Marquis DE Vauven- 3. Your wedding photos were "Take plenty of time to count taken on a disposable camera, your blessings, but never spend a 4. You don't need a clean shirt minute in worry." to go to work. -Anonymous- 5. You can open a beer can "No matter how far you have with almost any household ob- gone on a wrong road, turn back." ject. -Turkish Proverb- 6. The only time you've "Take goodcare of your future, touched a Bible was in court, because that's where you're going OLE AND LENA JOKES: to spend the rest of you life." Lena had two chickens. When-K. Kettering- one got sick, she killed the other OLD BURMA-SHAVE SIGNS: one to make soup to get the first Why does a girl one well. Cross the street? Ole said to Lena, "I just found She sees a guy out what the letters in Pontiac She'd like to meet. stand for...Poor Old Norwegian He uses Thinks It's A Cadillac." BURMA-SHAVE... Ole refers to the smoke detec- tor as the oven timer. So, until next time, please When Lena's having a bad day take good care of yourself. B. G. [ ’ ’ f ule raryl "The Faded" to Appear in Richmond Tuesday, August 6, 2013! "The Faded" will play the next installment of the 2013 Music in Anyone wishing to join in for the Park series tonight, Tuesday, an evening motorcycle ride and Great River Regional Libraryfrom 20 to 59 hours per week, August 6, 2013 in Centennial for a bite to eat are asked to meet (GRRL) wants to know when depending on activity level and Park! Save your appetite and at Rocori High School in the you'd like to use the library, community size. In general, the hang up your apron! Pitschka's south parking lot by 6:30 p.m. on The library has posted an libraries in small communities Cafe will be serving up good eats the following dates: open hours survey on its web- are open fewer hours than those for this nights concert! Wednesday, August 7, Lake site, griver.org. Staff want to in larger communities. GRRL Mark this dates on your calen- Center, Annandale know: staff review library use each dar: Tuesday, August 13, Hillcrest, • Which GRRL location you year, determining not only the August 20th - Tim & Rick Albany use the most quantity of material checkedBackes will wrap up the the Wednesday, August 21, Dino's • Whether you would prefer out, but also the times of day 2013 Concert Season! Eden Lakeside Club, Eden Valley the library to be open the same when libraries are busiest. **In case of inclement weather Saturday, August 24, Mille hours each day or a range of"A lot of what goes on at the or cancellations, please visit our Lacs Toy Run morning, afternoon, and evening library is recorded on our com- website for rain dates and times Tuesday, August 27, Linda hours puters. That information pro- . What day(s) of the week youvides a mine of data we are able B's, Freeport Wednesday, September 4, 400 use the library to use to determine how busy we Looking for an Club, Pleasant Lake • Which day of the week youare," said Karen Pundsack, evening preschool Saturday, September 7, Cold wish the library was open GRRL's Patron Services Coordi- • What time of day you are nator. "What we don't know is option? Spring Veteran's Ride most likely to use the library how many people might use the All Tues.-Wed. dinner rides • Which time of day you wish library if the hours changed. We Rocori Early Childhood Pro- depart from Rocori High School the library was open hope the survey can provide grams will offer an evening pre- GRRL is the library system some of that information." Eval- school option for 4/5 year olds south parking lot at 6:30 p.m. If you would like to be added that ogerates 32 public libraries uating open hours and makingthoughout the 2013-14 program to the email list please email in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, adjustments to enhance patron year. A "child only" preschool op- Stearns, Todd and Wright Coun- access is a priority written into tion will be offered Tuesday Shirlee at rabbitprior@yahoo, ties. GRRL provides the staff, the library's strategic plan. evenings from 6-8 pm, beginning com. Ride Safe!!! materials and technology for li- The survey will be availableSeptember 10 and ending May 20. And remember, when riding inbrary service; local municipali- through August. Staff will re- Call 685-4135 for information a group, try to stay together, if ties provide the buildings. Open view the data and make any nec- or to register. All tuition is based the bike behind you is not com- hours are set by GRRL. essary changes for 2014. on a sliding fee scale. See you in ing, pull over and wait for them, Library open hours range preschool! we do not want to lose anyone. at www.ci.richmond.-mn.us, and click on "EVENTS" or Like us on FaceBook for updates! All performances are held on Tuesday nights beginning in June from 7-8:30 pm. Just follow the signs to Centennial Park in Richmond. Bring the family and a chair or blanket and enjoy free outdoor entertainment all sum- mer long! Concessions are always available, so there is no need to cook! Or, bring your own! Grills are available at the park, well within listening distance, for those who choose to picnic! VISIT "Let Him seen in 2013" St. Boniface Parish Festival Spring Come and join us at the St. Boniface Parish Festival this Au- gust 17th and 18th, 2013. It is going to be another fun and exciting year! The theme this year is "Let Him be seen in 2013". The festival will be held on the grounds of St. Boniface Church in Cold Spring. The festival will kick-off on Saturday, August 17th with a Mass at 5pm and music by The Boni Bluegrass Band. Following the Bluegrass Mass, join in the evening festivities with the open- ing of the children's games, inflat- ables, and a FREE DANCE, fea- turing the multi-genre music of "Hog Wild" from 7pm. until llpm At 10pm the night skies will light up with a spectacular fireworks display. There will be plenty of good food and drinks for everyone until llpm. On Sunday, August 18th, the events will start with a parade at 10am, followed by the opening of the games, music, food and drink stands at llam. From llam to l:30pm a chicken and dressing dinner will be served in the Parish Center. Starting at llam, music by "Max and The Boys," the ROCORI Band and the ' Ray Drontle Band" will take place on the Parish Festival Grounds. The annual quilt auction will begin at 2pm in the Parish Center, and we will finish up with the general raffle drawing at 6:00pm. Don't forget the exciting car raffle following the general raffle. Hope to see you all there. Mark your calendars! Everyone is wel- come. This is one festival that you won't want to miss! FACEBOOK.COM/RONANDJUDY FOR SPECIALS! *** Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen. - Ralph Waldo Emerson *** Do not handicap your children by making their lives easy. -- Robert A. Heinlein *** • in Mark these dates on your cal- times at www.ci.richmond.- endar for the 2013 Concert Sea- mn.us, and click on "EVENTS" son: or "Like" us on our FaceBook August 6th - "The Faded." page for updates. August 20th - Tim & Rick All performances are held on Backes - Rick and Tim Backes, Tuesday nights beginning in our local boys will set your toe's June from 7-8:30 pm. Just fol- to tappin' and hand to clappin' low the signs to Centennial Park for an evening of fun and music! in Richmond. Bring the family Oktoberfest 2013 will be and a chair or blanket and enjoy held on September 14, 2013! Watch for more details! **In case of inclement weath- er or cancellations, please visit our website for rain dates and ii~i':::i~ii::i:~*::,'.i~'ii'f:ii'~;::ii"~;~ ,::;!p:~ ~ :, -,~2~i~!~ [ Welcome Bluegrass Music Lovers[ I FRESH Hamburger Pattie made Every Day! Daily Lunch S ~ecials & Dinner S ~ecials ,'-;.VI'I I~.I)XY SINI) ~ Hi ]hwa), 23 • Richmond • 597-7300 (Located inside Southside Gas & Bait) le free outdoor entertainment all summer long! Concessions are always available, so there is no need to cook! Or, bring your own! Grills are available at the park, well within listening dis- tance, for those who choose to picnic! 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