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Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Cold Spring Record Page 11 ................. J.....L.J.: ............. I .... I Still room on bus trip to Hills Christmas Show Come one and all to see the Christmas production "It's A wonderful Life--The Musical", at Arden Hills. This classic story of redemption is a family-friendly show that features great music, dancing, and of course, the story that has captured so many hearts, now with a gospel mes- sage. The date is Saturday, De- cember 7 for the 12:00 noon per- formance. The bus will load in the upper parking lot of St. Boniface Church at 10:00 a.m. and will re- turn around 4:00 p.m. The total cost is $30 per person which in- cludes the coach bus, show tick- et, a complimentary lunch on the ride down, bus driver tip, and bingo on the ride back. So come along with us and get in the Christmas Spirit--open to everyone, men and women, young and old. For reservations call Betty at 597-3361 or 291- 1481. This event is being spon- sored by the St. Bonface Chris- tian Women. DNR "Love On the Airwaves," a Christmas drama written by Brad Busse, will be presented on Dec. 6 & 7 at 7:00 PM, and Dec. 8 at 3:00 PM, at River of Life As- sembly of God in Cold Spring. Brad, from St. Joseph, wrote this play exclusively for River of Life to present to the public. A free will offering will be taken to help support the Traut family with expenses as a result of their sev- en year old son Carson's intense medical treatments over the past year. l It's a snowy Christmas Eve in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and radio DJ Charlie (Jon Dobowey) is missing his estranged wife, Gloria (Brooke Parks) and daughter, Heather (Hannah Spadgenski). Charlie is forced to put his own life on hold and trust in the Lord when a series of callers in difficult situations make this a holiday to remem- ber. Frank Shepherd (Todd Tis- cher), the station manager of WBRR talk radio, leaves Charlie in charge on Christmas Eve. When Charlie opens up the air- waves to see if anyone is really listening he finds that the com- munity is very interested to hear what he has to say. Those who call the radio station include Lori (Audrey Parks), a little girl who is missing her daddy, Diane (Teresa Kuhl), a woman in dis- tress, Paul (A1 Kuhl), who keeps talking about God, and Angel (Ashley Trout), a pizza delivery girl who ends up in a life or death situation. These callers discover that there are kind peo- ple out there who really want to help others who are in need. River of Life Assembly of God is located at 22881 178th Av- enue, just a few miles west of Cold Spring on Highway 23. There is no cost for admission to the drama. A free-will offering will be taken to benefit Carson Traut. Call the church at (320) 597-7777 if you have any ques- tions. actions save life Training, determination, and the right equipment helped a conservation officer with the Minnesota Department of Natu- ral Resources save the life of a man who fell through the ice on a central Minnesota lake. Acting Lt. Tony Musatov of Sauk Rapids responded to Little Rock Lake near Rice, Minn., on Friday, Nov. 15, after a report of an ice angler breaking through the ice. On arrival, Musatov asked two volunteer firefighters to as- sist him in pushing a small boat out across the ice. The ice was too thick near shore to break through so the group pushed the boat across the ice until they were able to break through. Musatov broke through the ice as well but was able to make his way into the boat and continue to the victim. Progress was very slow due to ice. When the rescuers were about 35 yards away, the angler, Joshua Johnson, 30, of Sartell, went under water and never resurfaced. Musatov and the others con- tinued to break ice until they reached the area where Johnson was last seen. Musatov threw a grappling hook and eventually hooked the leg of the victim. CPR was started and Johnson was rushed to the hospital. Even though Johnson was un- der water for about 45 minutes, doctors were able to warm his body and get a heartbeat. John- son was in a coma until early Monday morning, but is now able to communicate with doctors. Also assisting were DNR con- servation officers Mike Martin and Dave Schottenbauer. S s.PETER & PAUL SCHOOL Rooted in Faith, EduCating for the Future D.A.R.E. Graduation - Dur- ing the past nine weeks, Deputy Gina Feldewerd has been in- structing the fifth graders in the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. On Thurs- day, November 21st, a gradua- tion ceremony was held for the students. Pictured below are some of the fifth graders with Deputy Feldewerd. Tuesday Night Bingo - Please join us at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 26th for bin- go. We have turned up the heat! Several bingo players had indi- cated that it was cold in the gym so we turned the heat up. Every- one seemed more comfortable last week. We will be serving Plantenberg's hotdogs from 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. shop and it is jam-packed! We will be working on a Wellness Policy, Catholic Identity, Advent activities, MAPS testing, curricu- lum and more! Christmas Program - Our Sts. Peter & Paul Christmas pro- gram will be held on Wednesday, December 18th at 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. The play could also use help with a few costumes: a de- tective outfit - trench coat and/or hat. Please call 597-2565 if you have something that could be used. Feast of the Immaculate Conception - will be celebrated on Monday, December 9th this year. (Traditionally it is on De- cember 8th. But because Decem- ber 8th is Sunday, it has been moved to December 9th.) We will celebrate a 10:30 a.m. All School Mass. Scrip Orders - Just a re- minder that all SCRIP orders needed for Christmas must be or- dered by December 10th to in- sure that they will arrive before Christmas! Mrs. Thelen's Dance Class will have their dance perform- ance on Wednesday, December llth at 3:30 p.m. No School - There will be NO SCHOOL for the children on/ Wednesday, November 27th. The teachers and I will have a work- grippncr Trucking & Excavating Inc. Over 20 Years Exper/ence Se tic S stems All Types New or Repair Design & Installation State Certified Water & Sewer Lines Basements - Additions Call for free estimates Larry Krippner - Owner Fax (320) 398-8983. Cell (320) 980-3556 St. Boniface School is proud to introduce the Student Council mem- bers for this school year. These students meet throughout the year and plan various activities for classrooms to enjoy and participate in. They are also very helpful with school events that require extra peo- ple power. Student Council encouraged each grade to create a class- room scarecrow in October along with sponsoring a coat and winter clothing drive. They have organized a food shelf drive in November. This is a great group of students that work hard to promote school spirit and helpfulness. Members of Student Council include: Raelyn Brang, Katie Kaluza, Chloe Lieser, Jayden Kammers, Sommer Torborg, Alaina Paul, Margeaux Wenner, Sam Zeiher, Brett Sowada, Ben Primus, Sam Dingmann, Andrea Eisenschenk, Faith Robak, and Greta Lieser. Competitive lg~t~ We ore here for FARMS, HOMES & BUSINESSES | 20 Washington ~ ! 51 Holdingford, MN 56340 Phone: 320-746~2819 Totl Free:800-510-2819 Fax: 320-746-3143 er~il: opmet @opatzmetalslnc~om NANA'5 ATTIC ~ ~c~r~~. / ) /1T ,,_ weighed 6 lbs. 9-1/2 ounces and Allen and Amy Faber, St. was 19 inches long. Cloud, announce the birth of Her proud grandparents are their first child, Andrew Kathleen Steichen, Pearl Lake, Matthew Faber, on September Timothy Schreifels and Randi Vargo of Brainerd, MN announce the birth of their daughter Ade- line Joy on October 31, 2013. She weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz, and was 20 inches long. Adeline was wel- comed by her sister Halley. Grandparents are Bob and Alice Schreifels of Cold Spring. Great grandmother is Loretta Schreifels. and Brent and Deanna Stoeckel, St. Cloud. Great-grandparents are Bob and Toni Stoeckel, St. Cloud. Baptism into the Catholic faith was at Mary of the Immac- ulate COnception Church, Rock- ville, on Sunday, November 3rd, with Fr. Mark Ostendorf officiat- ing. Keith Steichen, Sauk Cen- ter, and Lindsey Stoeckel, St. Cloud, are the Godparents. Michael and Susan Becker, rural Rockville, announce the birth of their daughter Abigail Violet Becker, born on August 25th, 2013. She weighed 8 lbs. 8 oz. and was 20-1/2 inches long. She is welcomed home by her siblings, Georgia and Leighton. The proud grandparents are Floyd and Virgie Beumer, rural Rockville, and Greg and Karla Becker, St. Cloud. Great-grand- mother Violet Whalen lives in Hackensack. Abigail was baptized into the Catholic faith at Mary of the Im- maculate Conception Church in Rockville on November 17th by Fr. Mark Ostendorf. Todd and Cherie Beumer and Debbie Beumer are the Godparents. Chris and Jennifer Steichen, Rockville, announce the birth of their first child, Katelynn Marie, born on September 26, 2013. She COUNTRY SNOW CRUISERS, INC. Friday, November 29, 2013 ~:~I Come join us at The Great Blue Heron for a chicken dinner (5:30- 8:30 p.m.) and a chance to win many cash prizes- top prize is $2,500! OJ at 9p.m. 16, 2013. He weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz. and was 20 inches long. The proud grandparents are Arlene and Jim Faber, rural Rockville, and the late John Ur- banski and Roberta Urbanski, St. Cloud. Great grandmother Luella Parkins lives in Sartell. 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