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64 lhqlhlilqhhPlhdllHhlll,qh,.ddqlqll@q,d,p' ***********MIXED ADC 509O2 5 6 0221D SMALL TOWN PAPERS 217 W COTA SHELTON WA IIILiI! tJIJUilI[ i!I!l!t ! II II, , ,, Community Ed. . .page 3 Senior News... page 3 & 5 Your Schools... 5 Sports... page 8 Bill's Bits... 12 Public Notices... page 15 Classifieds... page 17 Cold Spring, MN 56320 THANK YOU! Our thanks to our good neigh- bor, Gold'n Plump Poultry, for again providing all the chicken to prepare a meal that was served at Place of Hope by St. Boniface Parish on Tuesday, November 19. Over one hundred people were provided a delicious meal. Vigil to be held for Officer Decker There will be a public candle- light vigil on November 29th from 6:00 to 6:30 PM in the Cold Spring City employee parking lot in memory of Officer Tom Deck- er. NOTICE Rich-Spring Golf Club will be closed on Friday, November, 29th for a private function. The club will be open regular hours on Saturday, November 30th. We apologize for any incon- venience. City of Richmond Holiday Block Party December 6, 2013 from 5-7pm! The Block Party will be held between Grant and Ivy Street. Come out and enjoy a Tree Light- ing ceremony, Caroling and com- plimentary hot dogs sponsored by Richmond City Council! Bring the whole family! Rockville Santa Day December 8th The Rockville Park and Recre- ation Board invites area youth to visit with Santa at the Rockville Fire Hall on Sunday, December 8, 2013 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. There will be tours of the fire hall, treats and games and a free picture with Santa. Visitors are asked to bring non-perishable food items for the Cold Spring Area Food Shelf. Snow Cruisers Snowmobile Class The Country Snowmobile Cruisers are offering a youth tra- ditional snowmobile safety course for ages 11 and older. Residents born after December 31, 1976, must have a snowmobile safety certification to operate a snow- mobile in Minnesota. The course meets December 2, 5, 9 and 12 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. and December 14 at 8:00 a.m. at the Country Snow Cruisers, 22698 Country Road 12, Rich- mond. Call 597-2453 (days), or 597- 3312 (evenings) to register. St. Boniface Jimmy's Pizza Pre-K Fundraiser Please help support the St. Boniface Pre-K Program! We are having our annual Jimmy's Pizza Gift Card Sale! For every $10 card sold St. Boniface Pre-K re- ceives $3. Cards can be pur- chased during school hours (M-F 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM) in the office. The sale runs from Monday, De- cember 2 - Friday, December 13. These cards make great holiday and birthday gifts! If you have any questions please contact Nancy at 685-3541 ext. 111. Tea Party Video Central MN Tea Party invites all citizens to an informative video explaining "Common Core," the current Federal effort to pro- vide central education curricu- lum for all of our Nations schools. We need a public discussion about what the word EDUCA- TION means. Bremer Room, St. Cloud Public Library, 7 PM, Tuesday, November 26, 2013. Please attend. No charge. Your Hometown Newspaper Since 1899 The Cold Spring Area Chain-Along with Reindeer, Willen-Clinic will host Santa and cookie ber of Commerce invites you to bring, Dahl, Wocken & Zimmer- decorating and you can warm up take a free Reindeer Sleigh Ride mann, PLLC, the Tom Graham with a hot drink at Thrifty Saturday December 7, 2013 in Agency and the Cold Spring White Pharmacy. the Cold Spring Country Store Bakery will be co-sponsoringThe Cold Spring Chamber Parking lot downtown. Rides will Santa Visits, Kids' activities and hopes you will take the time to be offered between 9 am andhot drinks on the second floor visit all the local area businesses Noon. Rides are FREE, but Food lobby of the Red River Office during the holiday season. Shelf donations will be accepted. Building. The Cold Spring Eye cert Dec. 7th The Cold Spring Area Maen- nerchor Christmas concert at the River Station in Richmond, will afford a special opportunity for you to put aside, for an evening, the modern version of Christmas evening of song, in both secular and Christian carols. The old tra- dition of people gathering for food, beverage and song will all be a part of this special evening's program beginning with a social season which seems to abandon at 5:15 p.m. A smoked pork chop all but the commercial aspects of dinner with all the trimmings this most special day. The Maen- will 've i l-prog'am, pro- nerchor instead, has chosen to vidi ag a p!e time for visiting promote the traditional spirit of witli iencls family, between Christmas, by offering an two sets of great Christmas songs. We think you will truly enjoy choosing to join us Dec. 7th and be part of this true celebration of Christmas spirit. The program along with din- ner will be by advanced sale only and will cost $20.00 per ticket. Tickets are available from choir member or can be obtained by calling 320-224-6759. Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Due to the Thanksgiving Holidav our DEADLINE for news articles, display and classified advertising is Noon, Wednesday, Nov. 27 for the Dec. 3 issue. Sts. Peter & Paul School's holiday gatherings. We will also Holiday Extravaganza will behave a Silent Auction where you held on Sunday, December 8th. will find wonderful gifts for your We will be serving our delicious holiday giving. And finally, our Ham & Cheese Omelet Breakfast Christmas Boutique will have from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 and gift wrap for you. In Breakfast includes omelets, hash addition, the Boutique will have browns, sausage, pancakes, ap- Gift Certificates for local and na- plesauce, donuts, rolls and more. tionwide stores. Sts. Peter & We will also have a large assort- Paul School is a one-stop place ment of homemade cookie/candy for all your holiday needs. trays that are perfect for your Catholic United Financial Matching Grant Breakfast and Raffle The St. Boniface Catholic children, are $3.50. Raffle prizes include a United Financial of Cold Spring St. Boniface Catholic Unitedhand-stitched quilt, two $25.00 will hold their annual Matching Financial members are asked to cash, $15 cash, Afghan, Titleist Grant Breakfast and Raffle on bring 5 lbs. of potatoes, cooked Pro V Golf Balls, Tied Fleece Sunday, December 1, 2013. All and peeled, to the parish center Blanket, Gift Certificate from proceeds from the breakfast will the morning of the breakfast. Quarry Cinema and Cold Spring be donated to the St. Boniface The menu includes sausage, Bowling Lanes, Painting done by Catholic School. ham, scrambled eggs, fried pota- Sr. Sharon, Christmas Gift Bas- Serving will be from 9:00 a.m. toes, and all the trimmings,ket, Fisher Price laugh and learn to noon in the St. Boniface Adult tickets are $7.00, ages 5-12 crawl around car. Tickets for the Parish Center. St. Nick will once are $4.00, and children under breakfast and the raffle will be again be there to visit with the age 5 are $1.00. Advance tickets available at St. Boniface,School for adults are $6.50 and students or call Bonnie Theis, 685-4365. ing The Sts. Peter & Paul youthand coffee will be offered during group will be offering a gift wrap- this time. You are welcome to ping service during the following bring your own wrapping supplies times: or use the ones provided. There is Sunday, December 8 from 9- no cost for the gift wrapping, how- 10:30, Saturday, December 14 ever a free will donation will be ac- from 2:30-6:00 and Sunday, De- cepted. For this event we are look- cember 15 from 9-10:30. ing for Christmas wrap donations Youth will be available to re- such as; bows, nametags, tissue trieve the gifts from your vehicle paper, gift boxes, gift bags, paper, and bring them into the church to tape, etc. Please drop these items be wrapped. Social hour, cookies off at the parish office. This week's Way Back When shows Peter M. Theisen (on rig) with his threshing rig at the Nick Theis farm southwest of Cold Spring. Those on the picture who have been identified are: Nick Theis and his wife in front of the rig, and Nick Schreifels on the water wagon. One of the people pictured in the November 12th Way Back When has been identifed as Alexandra Honer (with the bunny ears). The photo was trmught to have been taken in 1989.