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..Tu ay, November 26, 2013 /: I Cold Spring Record Page 3 i .. i ................................................................................... AccuWeather.com 7-DAY FORECAST FOR COLD SPRING, MN Tuesday "rue. night Partly sunny and Clear to partly colder cloudy * :I FleelFeei : ReslFeel Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Partly sunny and Partly sunny Cloudy Bright sunshine cold I~liE- IRII]iillill IKP~E'''- '~,i~[-~ RealFeel' RealFee~ " R.iF.eel RealFeel , m,Jmmm--- ~~ ~lgli . 'msarr m Sunday Cloudy with a bit of snow wJ;um BE DIll RealFeel Monday Variable clouds, i a flurry IF.nBal m lit i "rile IVAvj :f,t |: I =1:11 "~ ;I =1: I I~.-! I: I klivirl =1 =l; index of effective temperature based on eight weather factors. I r~ U:l=B~-);q, IVlVJ :f~t l:l d :i I :]d :lwl--ll I :l~-'itlVl :~=1: SUnFn. 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DINING HOURS: - Thurs. 5 to 8:30 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 5 to 10 p.m. Sun. 5 to 8:30 p.m. Highway 23 Cold Spring 320-685-3831 www.blueheronsupperclub.com Thursday, November 28 serving from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Buffet includes: Oven Roasted Turkey, Chef Carved Ham, Homemade Dressing, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Amaretto Glazed Baby CarTots, Cranberries, Fresh Baked Rolls, Salad Bar & Variety of Desserts Adults $12" Children 10 & under $499 2 & Under Free Make Your Reservations Today! 320=685-3831 SNOW CRUISERS FUNDRAISER i ..... Iv" t='l=iG J, on ~' II Ill I I I r ' I I T Last week was the usual busy schedule of meetings, activities, and classes, but with the added feature of food. First there was the forgotten birthday lunch on Tuesday for a staff member (only four weeks after the fact), followed by pie and ice cream to celebrate Amer- ican Education week at the DEF building. On Wednesday there was cof- fee and pumpkin bars for quilt- ng, followed by the Legion Aux- iliary tea with many wonderful treats, followed by a fiesta sup- per for our adult English Lan- guage Learners (ELL) and volun- teer tutors. On Thursday we had the RO- CORI Senior Center Thanksgiv- ing soup and dessert lunch fol- lowed by a potluck after school meal in recognition of long time employee Maria Leticia Thomp- son, who is moving back to Mexi- co. Fortunately Friday was just early morning coffee and bakery treats at the ROCORI Senior Center. The Senior Center Thanksgiv- ing soup and dessert day had al- most 40 people attend, and we had entertainment from fiddle player Jim Wasdyke and his wife ' Shirley. The next part at the Senior Center will be the annual Christmas dir er catered by the Great Blue Heron restaurant. The party will be on Thursday, December 19 at 12 noon. The meal is a complete chicken din- ner for only $10.00, with special entertainment by the St. Cloud Area Fun Singers. We were lucky to get the Fun Singers to come in December as they are re- ally popular and in demand dur- ing the holidays. This week will be a short one for our staff and preschool stu- dents due to the Thanksgiving holiday break. The preschoolers did a fun art project (see photo on right) of colorful paper turkey feathers in celebration of Thanksgiving. The preschool students have decorated several places at the DEF with their special artwork, which goes nicely with our Gallery on Main adult dis- play. Last week we had our second Abstract Art painting class with 15 adults ready to unveil their creative painting talents. Some of the students had quite a bit of experience with more traditional watercolor, acrylic, or oil paint- ing, but several were new to painting or just beginning to paint. We are having another Abstract Art class on Thursday, February 13. We are continuing to work on setting up more youth and adult classes for winter, including the latest youth art craze of rubber band jewelry. I did not realize how popular this craze is until I saw a book on it and asked a few young moms about it. I now even have a rubber band bracelet made by a 6th grade boy. I think I have two other new youth classes for this winter; Forensics - the Case of the Kid- napped Dog, and S.M.A.R.T. Kids. The S.M.A.R.T. acronym stands for Safety Minded And Response Trained, and is de- signed for 5-7 year olds. The class will cover basic health and safety, injury prevention, and healthy living. Students will make their own special first aid kit as part of the class. Our elementary (grades 4-6) boys' basketball program is now into its third week and the num- bers are a little lower, but the enthusiasm is still high. The coaches are three ROCORI ele- mentary teachers with many years of experience. A new adult class for this win- ter will be Healthcare Provider CPR, which will cover adult, child, and infant rescue. One other class I am working on is 3-D printing. This is new technology that allows you to de- sign just about any object on a computer and instantly "print" it in 3-D plastic. Watch for more in- formation on this new technolo- gy. Card winners last week at the Senior Center were: Pinochle 1st- Kathy Glynn 2nd- Adah Ebeling 3rd- Janice Althoff Cribbage lst- Lorraine Hennen 2nd- Anita Krebs 3rd- Char Balder Door Prize- Ben Finazzo Bridge lst- Allice Krebsbach 2nd- Bob Feldhege 3rd- Lois Evans Door Prize- Donna Feldhege 500 lst- Verna Kalthoff 2nd - Ben Finazzo 3rd- Anita Krebs Door Prize- Galen Kabe CASINO TRIPS AND EVENTS SCHEDULE ON PAGE5 image, II on main FREE gift eith any gift certificate purchase of $20 or more Thirty One and Avon cash anditems a aila ble Every & Sunday (and Friday, November 29th) Thanksgiving thru December 22nd Everyone Support Our Welcome! 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