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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 ,3 3eme, fs & n nive rs a ries Mike and Marie Pung to celebrate 50th Anniversary Mike and Marie Pung of Cold Spring were married on Septem- ber 7, 1963 at St. John's Church, Meire Grove. The couple will cel- ebrate their 50th wedding an- niversary with an open house re- ception on September 1, 2013 from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. with dinner to follow at the Great Blue Heron Supper Club in Cold Spring. Community College. Austin Klehr of Cold Spring was named to the Dean's List for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher spring semester 2013. Austin is enrolled in the Diesel Mechanics program at Alexandria Technical & Community College. Shelby Christensen of Rich- mond was named to the Dean's List for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher spring semester 2013. Shelby is enrolled in the Admin- istrative Office Management pro- gram at Alexandria Technical & Community College. Curly Heinen of Richmond was named to the Dean's List for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher spring semester 2013. Carly is enrolled in the Child Develop- ment program at Alexandria Technical & Community College. Ryan Willenbring of Rich- mond was named to the Dean's List for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher spring semester 2013. Ryan is enrolled in the Diesel Mechanics program at Alexan- dria Technical & Community College. Local students selected to University of Minnesota Twin Minnow Cities Dean's List Local students named to Alexandria Technical College Dean's List Gregg Raisanen, dean of aca- demic affairs at Alexandria Tech- nical & Community College rec- Local students have been named to the 2013 spring semes- ter Dean's List at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, the university announced today. To qualify for the Dean's List, a student must complete 12 or more letter-graded credits while attaining a 3.66 grade point av- erage. Students from our area are: Richmond, MN Hannah Miller, College of Liberal Arts; Marc Stommes, College of Liberal Arts; ognizes individual students for academic excellence during~~C~br~~~/~T, ~ ~1~ spring 2013. Students from our area include: Molly Dockendorf of Cold Spring was named to the Dean's List for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher spring semester 2013. Molly is enrolled in the Medical Administrative Specialist and Medical Coding Specialist pro- grams at. Alexandria Technical & Cold Spring Record Races enjoyed by youth at Library These young ladies had a blast racing minnows during Hometown Pride Days. The Cold Spring Friends of the Library hosted this event. Kids and adults alike had lots of fun blowing bubbles in the water to encourage their minnow to the finish line. The winner received a coupon for a free book at our book sale and every participant got a Flavor Ice freezie. "Thank you" to Kiess Bros gas station for the live minnows. And a "Thank you" to Molly Olivier for her design and build of the race arena. mmun Take Heart, of the CentraCareHengel had trained 25 people in "AEDs are so simple to use, but Heart & Vascular Center at St. Farming with Gordie Dingmann, people are afraid they're going to Cloud Hospital, is a project to a Richmond volunteer fire fighter hurt the person. But the person promote increased survival from who has saved three lives using is clinically dead, so you can only out-of-hospital sudden cardiac an AED. Hengel relayed that the help save a life," reported Osaki arrest (SCA). Since the inception people in Farming were so eager Holm. of this program in December to learn CPR and how to use an Annually, approximately 95 2005, well over 200 lives have AED to make their community percent of over 300,000 people been saved. This has been safer. They desperately wanted who have an SCA die from this achieved by a systems-based, an AED, but didn't have the #1 killer in the U.S. The Take community wide strategy work-money. Dingmann had explained Heart initiatives in St. Cloud ing with the community, pre-hos- that it would take the closest and Anoka have increased the pital and hospital entities. For First Responder 15 to 20 minutes survival rate from 9 percent to the community component, life- to get to Farming. In fact, one 17 percent, far better than the saving Automated External De-woman did not make it after suf- national 5% survival rate. byTudieHermanutz fibrillators (AED) have been fering a cardiac arrest a few Sudden cardiac arrest is often Henry and Kathryn Mass- strategically placed and train- years ago because emergency confused with a heart attack. mann, rural Rockville, announce ings have been promoted for by- medical services couldn't get SCA is an electrical problem, a the birth of their son, Clarence stander CardioPulmonary Resus- there in time. "First Responders heart rhythm disorder that dis- Charles Massmann, on July 16, citation (CPR) and how to use an usually are given priority for re- turbs the pumping action of the 2013. He weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and AED, throughout communities, ceiving an AED, but in this case heart, preventing blood flow measured 19-1/4 inches long. He Most recently, Take Heart hasthe circumstances warranted an throughout the body. A heart at- is welcomed home by his siblings awarded the community of exception to the rule. Plus, the tack, referred to as a plumbing Edmund, Tiffany, Lawrence, Farming with a life-saving de- enthusiasm from the community problem, occurs when a portion Alexandra and Grace, tying the vice. and Dingmann was inspiring,"of the blood flow to the heart gets family at 3 boys and 2 girls. After learning that Farming'scommented Osaki Holm. clogged and prevents oxygen to Proud grandparents are Lindageographic location sets it at a AEDs deliver a brief, but pow- the heart muscle. and Nick Kneip, rural Richmond, disadvantage from receiving erful, electrical shock to the Funding was provided from Bernie Massmann, rural Rock-prompt emergency medical care, chest, helping to restore the the MN Resuscitation Consor- ville, andthe late Edmund Mass- Take Heart Program Manager heart's natural rhythm. During tium at the University of Min- mann. Great-grandmother OlmaSusie Osaki Holm gave carefulcardiac arrest, the heart stops nesota through the Medtronic Mergen lives in Albany. consideration to awarding thebeating completely, cutting of vi- Foundation HeartRescue Project. Clarence will be baptized into AED to Farming. Osaki Holm tal blood flow to the rest of the For more information, call Susie the Catholic Faith on Augustfirst learned about the communi- body. For the best survival op- at the CentraCare Heart & Vas- 18th at Mary of the Immaculate ty from Mike Hengel, an SCA portunity with little neurological cular Center (320) 251-2700, ext. Conception Church in Rockville. survivor and volunteer certified damage, the heart should be 54174. Mary (Mrs. Mark) Massmann, CPR instructor with Take Heart. restarted within 10 minutes. Krippncr Truck/n9 & Excavating Inc. Over 20 Years Experience Se__e_ptic Systems All Types - New or Repair Design & Installation State Certified Water & Sewer Lines Basements . 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Schedules are: August 7, Isabel Meyer August 8, St. Julian Mission Group August 9, Little Rock Bible Study August 10, Adoration People August 11, Catholic Order of Foresters August 12, Christian Women August 13, Catholic United Fi- nancial (CAA) August 14, Chapel Committee August 15, Knights of Colum- bus, Third Degree Council #5534 The final novena service will be followed immediately by Mass of the Assumption with Fr. Matthew Luft, OSB, celebrating and the 4th Degree Knights Hon- or Guard from the Fr. Pierz As- sembly #540 of St. Cloud doing the honors. All are invited and welcome to participate in all or parts of this annual prayer special. Th ursday ust 15, 2013 Pilgrimage to the Grasshopper Spring St. Gertrude's Catholic Church in Forest City is organiz- ing a pedal pilgrimage to the Grasshopper Chapel in Cold Spring. The trip combines spiri- tual and physical exercise. Bik- ers gather at 3pm Thursday for prayer at St. Gertrude's with ad- ditional prayer stops along the way. The pilgrimage concludes with a Mass at the Grasshopper Chapel in Cold Spring, MN. To receive a registration form contact St. Gertrude's Church at stgert@xtratyme.com include "Pilgrimage" in the subject, or go to www.forministry.com/USMN- RCATHSGCCS to print out a registration form. August 15, 2013 is the Feast of the Assumption in the Roman Catholic Calendar. While the prayer during the pilgrimage will reflect this theme, the pilgrimage is open to people of all faith tra- ditions. If St. Gertrude's is con- tacted by August 7, 2013 arrangements can be made to get back to Forest City. Without pre- arrangement, pilgrims are re- sponsible for getting home once at Cold Spring. The Registration fee of $10. Tee shirt ($12) and af- ter Mass pizza dinner at Mar- nanteli's in Cold Spring are op- tional. St. Gertrude's Church is located at 31608 650th Ave. Litchfield, MN 55355. The length of the pilgrimage is just less than 20 miles. The industry's most efficient heating and cooling system. 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