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2 Local & Area Thursday, February 28, 2013 The Northern Star CGB Jum00 CGB Jump What's Lily Satterlee Rope Records Broken at School THE FOUR CGB ELEMENTARY students pictured above broke six pre- viously set records in the recent Jump Rope for Heart event held at CGB Elementary. Pictured above, left to right: Mataiah Turner, Nate Moberg, Antonio McLain and Sam Adelman. The article about the event appears at the right. Local News Items from Gracevi|ie TRIP TO CALIFORNIA Marian Murphy, Rita Bauer, Jean Brustuen, Jeanette Murphy, Col.leeen Shupe and Kara Shupe spent the past week vacationing with Irvin and Ber- nice Reddy and families in Valencia, CA and Jarod and Jen Brustuen and family in Palmdale. They all attended the Jay Leno show at NBC Studios. Josh Hennessy, Tessa and Andrew were Tuesday eve visitors of Rick and Jill Hennessy. Jill Hennessy and Rhonda Hennessy and Isaac took Bernice Madsen to Headquarters for pizza Thursday night. Jill Hennessy attended granddaugh- ter Tessa Hennessy's special day at pre- school Friday morning. Makaya and Log0n H.ennessy were Saturday guests of Rick and Jill Hen- nessy and spent the night. Makaya and Jill brought a treat up to Bernice Mad- sen and Grace Village tenants Sat. af- ternoon and enjoyed playing Bingo and good conversation! Marvin and Mary Ann Weick were Sunday night card guests at the Cliff and Joanne Nordlys. Last Wednesday evening Peggy and Bill Murphy were visitors of Armand and Garnet Aswege. Saturday morn- ing Tracy Zach, Ann Connelly, Sara Lane and Elaine McDonald visited at the Aswege home. By Donna Layman 748- 7173 Addle Taffe visited the tenants at Grace Village. Addle was also a lunch- eon guest of Lois Dann on Saturday. Deloris and Bob Buhl visited Joe Buhl in Alexandria on Friday. Jack and Carol Kleindl visited Mar- garet Billiet on Sunday. Jim Taffe of Algona, IA was an overnight guest of his mother, Doris Taffe last Wednesday evening. Sunday morning Donna Jipson vis- ited Mary Cota and Betty Lane visited Mary in the afternoon. Tammny Schmitz, Brenda and Bubba Kleindl, Mike Fischer and Kayla Schmitz played Carbels at the Curt Layman home on Friday evening.   :Donna Liiymmltrcy and Vic Nil- son and Casey Nilson visited Verna Cardwell on Friday evening. Bob and Darlene Ward were Sunday evening guests at the Jay and Janet Ward home for Tommy's birthday. Owen Hanson celebrated his 2nd birthday at his home in Fergus Falls with his morn and sisters, Paige and Ellie Babb. Also attending were Doyle, Jane and Christi Stotesbery and Jill, Terry, Maycee and Marshall Tolifson. Doyle, Jane and Christi Stotesbery visited the Tolifsons on the home and skyped with the Housers. By Nancy Fischer, Teacher The CGB elementary jump rope records are proving to be more and more difficult to break. We had 6 records broken this year by only four students. Nathan Moberg broke three fourth grade boys jumping records. First he jumped on his left foot for 3 minutes and 10 seconds breaking Michael Nieson's record from just last year of 2 minutes and 38 seconds. Next he jumped on his right foot for 4 min- utes and 48 seconds breaking a long standing record of 4 minutes that had been set by Mitchell Andrews back in 2003. Finally Nathan jumped for 37 minutes in free choice breaking Jo,e Klodt's record of 23 minutes and 26 seconds back in 2007. Antonio McLain also broke a 4th grade boys record by jumping back- wards for 13 minutes and 5 seconds breaking another of Joe Klodt's records of 9 minutes and 50 seconds also from 2007. In fifth grade we had one girlis record broken by Mataiah Turner jumping for 46 minutes and 32 seconds in free choice breaking Chrissy Menge's record of 39 minutes in 2010. The only other record broken vas by Sam Adelman in sixth grade jumping on his right foot for 5 minutes and 15 seconds breaking Casey Nilson's record from last year of 3 minutes and 38 seconds. Our oldest standing records are in the most number of criss crosses in a minute from back in 2001. In third grade Levi Lupkes jumped 57 in a minute, for fifth grade Kristem Huselid jumped 79 in a minute and Matt Taffe jumped 76 in a minute. Congratulations to the new record holders and kudos to the long standing record holders! Prairie V senior] t)00no,g Clinton Clinton Senior Meals Suggested donation for meals is $3.75 for +60 meals. Thursday - Tacos, meatloaf, mashed potatoes, garlic bread, dessert Friday - Pork commercials, Lent Special- Beer battered shrimp, veget- bale, salad, dessert Saturday & Sunday - Chef's Choice Monday - Broasted chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, dessert Tuesday - Lasagna, garlic toast, ital- ian garden salad, dessert Wednesday - Cabbage rolls, boiled potatoes, wheat bread, dessert Thursday - Hamburger stroganoft, buttered egg noodles, broccoli, dessea For meals in Clinton call 320-325- 5467 by 9 a.m. - Note meals are available seven days a week at Clin- ton Site as well as home delivered. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS Lunch Thursday - Walking taco/fixings, re- fried beans, banana Friday - Cheese pizza, lettuce salad, peaches, cookie Monday - Mini corn dogs, baked beans, apple, scooby grahams Tuesday - Hot ham & cheese sand- wich, pasta salad, corn on the cob, apri- cot cups Wednesday - Popcorn chicken, smi- ley potatoes, cheesy broccoli, mixed fruit Thursday - Lasagna, letttice salad, garlic bread, pineapple Hands Across the Lake quilt guild The March meeting of Hands Across the Lake Quilt Guild will be held on Monday, March 4 at 6:30 p.m. at Tabor United Methodist Church in Big Stone City. Rhonda Thiele will be demonstrating how to make a Bias Ruler table runner. Members partici-' pating in the Fat Quarter birthday ex- change should bring a Red or Black Fat Quarter for Rhonda. There will be "Show and Tell" and lunch will be served. Guests are always welcome! .Fark I, Main Office 6587 US HWY 75 ,,o,t WHEATON, MN 56296 WDco'OPELEVATO""'R 1"800"258"4744[ r 2 25 13 V lGraceville elevator closing grain bids o : " " Spring Wheat: Soybeans: Corn: 2013 New Crop January 2014 July 2014 $7.59 7.73 $7.85 $11.95 12.10 $12.31 $5.13 $5.20 $5.35 Also visit our website at www.wdcooD.com "We Give It Our ALL At Progressive!" }ORDEN ROGGENBUCK I-P_ROG--R-E-$sIII' 00COLUSION00 ss CENTER, INC. ! Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 09 SE Second Street Ortonville, MN 5627'8  l ...................... Pone(320) 8392255 Toll Free 888-819-2255 J Happening at the Graceville [11 III [11 III l Library ill II I II II / by Amy Beth III III Anderson Such a great turnout we had for the Lasagna dinner this past Sunday at the Parrish Center. The food was fantastic and the company in which we ate was grand. A big thank you to the Friends of the Library and all the volunteers that helped make such wonderful food and a nicely decorated place to sit, eat and visit. Thank you to all that came to enjoy this meal. Your support along with the Friends of the Library keep us up and going with all that your library has to offer you. Graceville library hours are Tuesdays 11-5, Wednesdays 2-7, Thursdays 12-6, Fridays 1-5, Sat- urdays 10-1 and we are closed on Sun- days and Mondays. New in young adult fiction this week is book #5 of 'The Lying Game' series by Sara Shepard titled, "Cross My Heart, Hope to Die". It's not easy being me. But my twin sister has no choice. When I died two months ago, my killer told my twin sister to become me--or else. Now. Emma has it down to a T. She tosses her hair with the signature Sutton Mercer flip and can lead a Lying Game prank with the best of them. She's even repairing my rela- tionship with my adoptive family. The only thing she hasn't done is solve my murder. New in juvenile is "Froggy's Worst Play Date" by Jonathan London. A play date with a girl? Froggy is horrified! What will his friends say? But when Dad bribes him with the promise of a movie outing, Froggy has to agree, even if he won't sit next to Frogilina. She might try to kiss him. EEWW! This could be the worst play date ever. New in adult non-fiction is "The Ge- nius of Dogs: How Dogs are Smarter than You Think" by Brian Hare. Brian Hare's stunning discovery is that when dogs domesticated themselves as early as 40,000 years ago they became far more like human infants than their wolf ancestors. Domestication gave dogs a whole new kind of social intel- ligence. This finding will change the way we think about dogs and dog train- ing-indeed, the revolution has al- ready begun. I, myself, have read this book and think it is a fantastic and in- teresting read: ff dorft ''omrned! it just for the animal,lovers but--for EVERYONE. :: New in DVD this week are "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" rated PG-13 and "Bully" also rated PG-13. Donna will continue her 'Storyteller' time with the preschool through 2nd grade kids every second Saturday of the month from 10am to llam at the li- brary. No sign up is needed just come in and join in the fun. We always look forward to seeing you! Featured at St. Paddy Show LILY SATTERLEE, 14-year old songstress, will again be featured at the Graceville St. Paddy's Show on Saturday, March 16 at 7 p.m. at the Graceville Community Building Fourteen-year-old songbird, Lily Satterlee will again be featured on the Skilly & Duff Irish Fun Time Show at the Graceville Community Center, ac- cording to Vicki Grimli, spokesperson for the event. Lily is the granddaugh- ter of Dennis and Marilyn Stotesbery of Beardsley, and has been performing with the Irish group for five years. She's performed with the group across the region, from Willmar to Fargo. The Skilly & Duff Irish Fun Time Band captured first place in the Celtic music competition at the 2009 Irish Fair of Minnesota in St. Paul. Their shows are brimming with songs, sto- ries, toasts, jokes and experiences gath- ered on their travels through Ireland, and through the Irish communities of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Graceville & Beardsley Suggested donation for meals is $3.75 for +60 meals. Thursday - Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, mixed vegeta- bles, whole wheat dinner roll, cookie Friday - Tuna noodle casserole, peas, coleslaw, whole wheat bread, birthday cake Monday - Swiss steak, potato, corn, whole wheat bread, pineapple Tuesday - Roast turkey, mashed po- tatoes, green beans, whole wheat din- ner roll, apple cake Wednesday - Baked meatloaf/catsup, potatoes, country blend vegetables, 7- grain bread, mandarin oranges Thursday - Pork, rice/applesauce, carrots, dinner roll, cake In Graceville call 320-748-7270. For meals in Beardsley call 320-265- 6969 Ms. Satterlee, a 9th grader at Sauk Centre secondary school, has been a regular part of the Skilly and Duff shows since 2008, when she joined the troupe as a nine-year old. Lily is the daughter of Tom and Shana (Stotes- bery) Satterlee of Sank Centre. Mikko Cowdery, one of the found- ing members of the band, says it is al- ways a joy to work with Lily. "She's wonderfully talented, thoroughly pro- fessional, easy to work with, and gor- geous," he says. "You can't ask for more than that in a performer." Vicki Grimli, spokesperson for the event, said this is a return engagement for the group. "Everybody had so much fun last year when we had this group, and we expect this year's show to be even better", she said. The show will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 16. Tickets are just five dollars and are available at the Graceville Library, and at the door on the evening of the performance. PUBLIC HEARING TO AMEND PLANNING AND ZONING ORDINANCE FOR CITY OF GRACEVILLE Notice of Public Hearing to Amend the ' l' : ) .... "  Planningand ZoningOrdinance. .... Thefollowingproposed amendments will be discussed at a public hearing on M0!lday, March!l th, 2013 at 7PM. City Council Chambers - Graceville 1, Change the wording of "Building Permit" to "Land Use Permit" 2. Define Principal Building 3. 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