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Page 10 Cold Spring Record Tuesday, November 26, 2013 / Basketball Girls Varsity Sat., Nov. 30, Scrimmage, 9:00am, vs Eden Valley-Watldns Basketball Boys Varsity Fri., Nov. 29, Tournament, 7:00pro, vs Monticello, Chisago Lakes HS, Rocori Sat., Nov. 30, Tournament, 3:00pm, vs Orono at Monticello High School Wrestling Varsity Wed., Nov. 27, Invitational, l:30pm, vs. Melrose Area, Rocori, Eden Valley- Watldns, KMS Public Schools, Osakis Dance Tues., Nov. 26, Varsity Conference Toumament, 6:30pm, vs Sank Rapids- Rice, Alexandria, St. Cloud Apollo, Brainerd, Fergus Falls, Rocori, Sartell, St. Cloud Tech, Willmar Hockey Girls Varsity Tues., Nov. 26, 7:15pm, vs Cambridge. Isanti, Richmond Arena Hockey Boys Varsity Tues., Nov. 26, 7:15pm, vs. Sauk Centre Home games/meets in bold uge ccess ROCORI Area Dollars for Scholars expresses THANK YOU to all members of the Rocori area who supported the ROCORI Women's Expo. The event held on Friday, November 15th at the Great Blue Heron was attended by over 250 people and raised ap- proximately $3000.00 which will go toward providing higher edu- cation scholarships to current area high school seniors. The evening featured wine, chocolate and sweets and hard cider tast- ing along with 22 vendors ex- hibiting and selling products with women in mind. A special thank you to the fol- lowing area businesses who gen- erously donated door prizes and bag stuffers: Elaine Schleper, Target, Bo Diddley's, St. Cloud Orthopedic, Quarry Cinema, Chiropractic Connection, Cold Spring Floral, Boulder Ridge, Albertville Mall, Auto Value, Clearwater Travel Plaza, Sheets Galore, Custom Stone Interiors, Skin Spa, Thirty One Gift Co., Gande Depot, Casa Gaudalupe, Thomsens Green- house, Level, The Tan Line, Cold Spring Eye Clinic, Coborns, Rid- dles Jewelry, Cold Spring Family Dentistry, Daisy Blue Naturals, Rejuv Medical, GNP Company, Aihu, Local Blend, Concordia College, Sara Nails, Country Store, Custom Comfort Beds, Plantenbergs, Herbergers, WealthCare, Inc., Central Min- nesota Credit Union, Edina Real- ty, Cold Spring Brewery, Granite Community Bank, Images on Main, Jimmy's Pizza, Richmond State Bank, Cold Spring State Bank, Everyday People Studios, Cold Spring Eye Clinic, Cold Spring Lanes. University of Minnesota Ex- tension will offer one of several Land Rental Workshops in Cem tral Minnesota at Cold Spring at the American Legion on Tuesday, December 10 starting at 9:30 a.m. and concluding about 11:45. Farm land rental rates have never been higher and determin-: ing a fair and profitable farm rent agreement is a challenge in today's economy with volatile corn and soybean prices and record farm land values. Negoti-' ating a fair rental agreement that satisfies the land owner and the farmer is not an easy task. David Bau, Regional Extension Educator in Ag Business Man- agement, will discuss several ways to determine a fair farm land rental rate for both parties. Topics covered at the meetings will include local historic and projected farmland rental rate trends, current farm land values and sales, and a worksheet that will help determine a fair and profitable rental agreement. Pro- jected input costs for 2014 will be presented along with current 2014 corn and soybean prices. Examples will use 2014 costs and returns to calculate affordable rental rates for farmers and ac- ceptable rates of return to the landlord at current land values. Flexible cash rental agreements will also be examined. Landlords, farmers, agri-busi- ness professionals can benefit from this informative workshop. There is no fee for attending the workshop. Attendees will receive several informative worksheets and factsheets that will help de- termine a fair and profitable 2014 farm land rental rate. Other workshops, yet to be held in central Minnesota include Willmar at 9:30 a.m. on De- cember 2 at the U of M Mid Cen- tral Research and Outreach Cen- tre; Foley at 1:30 p.m. on December 10 at Mr. Jim's; Long Prairie at 9:30 a.m. on December 11 at the Todd County Courthouse Annex; and Little Falls at 1:30 p.m. on December 11 at the Morrison County Gov- ernment Center. For more information in Stearns, Benton, and Morrison Counties, you're welcome to call Emily Krekleberg at 320-255- 6169 in St. Cloud or Dan Martens at 320-968-5077 in Fo- ley. In Todd County, call Brenda Miller at 320-732-4435. The Cold Spring Public Li- brary will have a Holiday Pajama Time program for children ages 3 to 6 on Thursday, Dec. 5, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Children are encour- aged to wear their pajamas to the library for an evening of fun sto- ries, activities and a craft. The attendance limit is 35 and pre- registration is required. Contact the Cold Spring li- brary at 320-685-8281 for more information. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It provides Central Minnesota resi- dents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, programming and in- formation services. Cold Spring Public Library Hours: Mon. 12-6, Tue. 2-8, Wed. 10-5, Thur. 2-8, Fri. 11-5, Sat. 10- 1. On November 21, 2013 at ap- proximately 9:11 A.M. the Stearns County Sheriffs office re- sponded to the call of a vehicle ac- cident with injuries at the loca- tion of County Road 2 and Minnesota Street, St Joseph Twp. Aaron Birr, age 58, of Eden Val- ley owner/operator of Birr truck- ing was hauling a heavy load of sand. He was driving his 1984 Mack R model semi-tractor north on County Road 2. Marcella Cheeley, age 90, of Cold Spring was driving her 1991 Chevrolet Corsica. Cheeley was travelling Thank You' Dean, Logan and I, along with the extended Lauer and extend- ed Krueger families, would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who participated in the Benefit held on October 4th @ St. John the Baptist Parish Center. Whether it was via your pres- ence and warm greetings, pray- ers for continued strength, food, silent auction items, financial donations, or just being present to support our families, we will be forever indebted to you and eternally grateful for your con- tinued support as we advance through this journey. Love, Joleen, Dean and Logan The Extended Lauer Family The Extended Krueger Family west on Minnesota Street and at- tempted to make a left turn onto southbound County Road 2, when the Semi-tractor collided into the driver's side of her Corsica, even- tually sliding onto the west side of the ditch. The Semi-tractor tipped over and lost its load. Cheeley was pronounced dead on scene and Birr was transported to the St. Cloud Hospital by Gold Cross. The St Joseph Police De- partment, State Patrol, and St Joseph Fire and Rescue also as- sisted with the scene. The acci- dent remains under investigation. NOV. 29, 30 DEC. I Handmade Home & Christmas Decor FREE Git with purchase I Open 7 Days a Week "Q Old West Hwy. 23 Cold Spring 685"7141 Crossroads Center 320-251-2145 O 0 0 0 cC F : ithe see0n4year the Girl Sc6 t': Troop 567 vilI be partici- paring in a program called "Socks of Love" and need your help. The troop is collecting trav- el size items such as shampoo, bar soap, toothpaste, tooth brushes, dental floss, kleenex, chapstick, deodorant, combs, brushes, lotion, socks and cash donations. The items will be sent to shel- ters or those in need during the holiday season. If you would like to help with a donation you can drop items off at: Cold Spring Legion, Granite Edge Caf4 in Rockville, Planten- bergs in Richmond or the State Bank in Cold Spring. For questions, please contact Dawn at 320-282-7303 (dawn- koeniguer@gmail.com) or Shan- non at 320-290-7166 (shak- nauss@gmail.com). The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Richmond at the River Station from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, December 16, 2013. During the holidays everyone is looking for the perfect gift idea. For a patient in need, that gift could be a blood donation. Assumption Community VARIetY OF CRAFt & NON-RA~ ITEMS Friday, December 6 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Assumption Home. 71S N. First Street. Cold Spring, MN. 320-68S-3693 SWEET & EAT SHOP AND LUNCH ALSO AVAILABLE This holiday give something that means something . . . give blood. You could save up to three lives. If you are a previous donor at this site you will be called for an appointment soon. Walk-ins are welcome too, but appointments are encouraged. If you no longer have a land- line phone and would like to re- ceive an appointment, please call Max at 597-2076. If you have any further ques- tions, call the Red Cross at 1-866- 236-3276 ext. 3, or Max at 597- 2076. ans' ~~:~ at i i i Saturday, December 7, 2013 .... 9 a.m. 1o,)1 Cookies and decorations will be provided. In celebration of Lois Evans' 90th birthday, the Gallery on Main will devote the entire gallery to her paintings for the month of December. Lois started painting in 1989. While spending winters in Ari- zona, Lois was able to take many art classes at Central Arizona College in Apache Junction. She continues to attend work shops to learn new techniques and create beautiful paintings. She shares her expertise and tal- ent with her Painting Pals in Cold Spring. Stop in at the Gallery on Main (D.E.F. Building) and see her wonderful work.