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The Fruit Truck to sell at Pete’s Place South May 25

BEMIDJI — The Fruit Truck will sell peaches and pecans from 8 to 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, at Pete’s Place South in Bemidji.

The Fruit Truck, based out of Sioux Falls, S.D., offers GMO-free, farmfresh fruit. The Fruit Truck’s fruit doesn’t need to be sprayed because it’s delivered fresh from farms and orchards around the country, a release said.

According to the release, The Fruit Truck started as an idea from moms who wanted better food for their families. Since then, the company has gained mass publicity and many new customers because of its unique business model, which allows it to sell fresh fruit directly to its customers, eliminating the need for grocery stores while keeping costs low.

The Fruit Truck packages produce in one-quarter or one-half bushel boxes for customers at the truck, so customers don’t need to bring their own boxes. There are no purchase limits per person and cash, Venmo or checks are accepted. Participants must pay at the truck at the time of pick-up.

To register for pick up, visit signup. Registration is not required, but allows

the Fruit Truck to notify residents of their delivery and gives the farm a count of the fruit needed for delivery, a release said.

To view the summer Fruit Truck schedule and sign up for text messages or email updates for delivery dates, visit schedule.

Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society to hold summer events

BEMIDJI — The Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society will host a Boreal Book Club, Plein Air Painting class and a Mindful Yoga series this summer, at the Neilson Spearhead Center nature preserve, 48851 County 29.

Plein Air Painting: Capturing the Northwoods Landscape will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on May 25, June 15 and Aug. 10. Instructor

Gillian Bedford will lead participants in techniques for painting outside, using acrylics to capture the landscape. Bedford’s approach as a teacher is to offer simple techniques as tools and to encourage her students to find their own artistic voice, the release said.

Attendees should bring several sheets of watercolor paper, a water bottle and a folding stool or chair if needed. Paint and palette, brushes, paper towels, clipboards and tape will be available. The cost is $30 per class or $90 for the series.

Mindful Yoga: Stretch and Flow will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, led by instructor Ann Gorman. These monthly classes, held the last Tuesday of each month from April through September, invite participants to engage their senses and relax in their practice while

taking in the sights, sounds and smells of nature, the release said. Participants are asked to dress in comfortable layers suited to the outside temperature the day of class and bring a water bottle. Yoga mats will be available or you can bring your own.

Weather permitting, classes will be held outdoors. The cost is $15 per class or $75 for the series.

Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society Members receive a discount.

Boreal Book Club will be held on the second to last Sunday of each month from May to October and will begin with a short hike followed by a discussion of the book of the month.

Books are selected with the goal of including Minnesota-specific topics, Indigenous voices, memoirs, humor and adventure, and information about the natural world

that provokes awe and a closer connection to the earth, a release said. The cost is $5 per month or $30 for the whole season. For more information or to register, visit

Bemidji Senior Center book club set to meet June 4

BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Senior Center will hold its monthly book


Participants should come ready to discuss “Marathon” by Brian Freeman, a release said. The club will read “Horse” by Geraldine Brooks for its July meeting. For more information, contact (218) 751-8836.

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Bemidji’s Natural Choice Farmers Market opens for the summer May 25

BEMIDJI — Bemidji’s Natural Choice Farmer’s Market will open for its 15th season on Saturday, May 25, in the parking lot in front of Frizzel Furniture at Second Street and Beltrami Avenue in downtown Bemidji.

The market will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday through the end of October.

The vendors, all from the Bemidji area, will be selling naturally grown produce and flowers, homemade baked goods, jellies, jams and pickles, meats and a variety of crafts. Local musicians will provide entertainment while customers shop.

Many of the food vendors accept SNAP/EBT payments and the market will match EBT purchases with coupons good for up to $20 of produce and food purchases.

Follow the market on Facebook for weekly updates on what is happening at the market.

Friends of Lake Bemidji State Park to host pancake breakfast fundraiser

BEMIDJI — Friends of Lake Bemidji State Park will host a Memorial Day weekend pancake breakfast fundraiser from 8 to 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 26, at the dining hall in Lake Bemidji State Park, 3401 State Park Road NE.

The breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice and milk. Participants are asked to bring their own place setting.

A free-will donation of $5-10 per person is suggested; kids ages 4 and under eat free. All vehicles entering the state park are required to have a valid vehicle permit. For more information, contact the state park at (218) 308-2300.

Annual Ride for the Troops set for June 2 in Bemidji BEMIDJI — The annual Ride for the Troops event is set for Sunday, June 2, in Bemidji with events starting at 9 a.m. and continuing throughout the day.

Riders will gather at Marketplace Foods at 9 a.m. for a pancake breakfast with kickstands up at noon. Riders will make their way from Bemidji to just south of Bagley before heading to Zerkel for a social hour of food, drinks and live music at the Knutson Zerkel Store. From there, the ride will finish at the Bemidji Eagles Club at 3:30 p.m. with a meal and ceremony to follow.

The cost is $25 per bike and $10 per additional passenger. For more information and to register visit rideforthetroops. com. In-person registration will also be available on the day of the event.

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Four Pines Bookstore to host author Matt Goldman

BEMIDJI — Four Pines Bookstore will host Minnesota author Matt Goldman at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, at the bookstore, 102 Third St. NW.

Goldman’s newest thriller, “Still Waters,” is set in Leech Lake, Minn. The book follows two estranged siblings who come back to their family-run resort. After their brother suddenly dies, they start to unravel the truth about their brother, family, parents, themselves and their small town, a release said.

“Goldman has an unerring ear for snappy dialogue and a poet’s eye for beauty and nature,” fellow Minnesota author William Kent Krueger said in the release.

Goldman is a New York Times Bestselling author and Emmy Award-winning television writer. His television writing credits include “Seinfeld,” “Ellen,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.” He currently lives in Minneapolis with his wife, two cats and two dogs.

A ticket is needed for entry. Pre-ordering a copy of “Still Waters” serves as a ticket. The book can be purchased in-store at Four Pines Bookstore or online at

Bemidji Area Community Band to hold rehearsals

BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Area Community Band will begin rehearsing for its 2024 summer concert series at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, in the band room at Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex.

New members are welcome to attend, a release said.

The band will perform four concerts this

summer, on June 16, June 30, July 21 and Aug. 4. Concerts will be held on the lawn south of Bangsberg Hall. Attendees of the concerts are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. In case of inclement weather, concerts are moved indoors at Bangsberg. There is no charge for the concerts, but free-will donations will be accepted.

Mobile food drop set for May 30 in Bagley

BAGLEY — North Country Food Bank is partnering with the United Way of Bemidji Area and the Clearwater County Food Shelf to offer a mobile food distribution from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday, May 30, along Great Northern Drive SW in Bagley.

Food will be available from 11 a.m. to noon, or until food runs out.

At the events, people can drive up and receive food. Attendees should be mindful not to block driveways, a release said.

Starting at this drop and moving forward, people who are receiving food will be asked to identify themselves and answer a few simple household questions by staff from North Country Food Bank. The Food Bank is collecting this information to allow access to more food items for these mobiles, the release said.

For more information, contact Scott Johnson at (218) 399-7367.

BAAE announces 2024 grant and scholarship opportunities

BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Area Arts Endowment recently announced its 2024 grant and scholarship opportunities.

Schools, nonprofit groups or arts organizations in the Bemidji area may request a grant of up to $1,500 from the BAAE Arts Project Grant Fund to produce an arts event, put on a workshop, develop an arts organization, sponsor touring arts events or sponsor an artist in residence among other activities.

Applicants that are not schools or nonprofit organizations must use a fiscal agent.

A scholarship opportunity from the Everett Wilimek Endowment for

Orchestral String Studies is also open for Bemidji area youth ages 8-15 to study violin, viola, cello or bass. Scholarship funds can be used to cover lesson costs, training, instrumental rental and more, a release said. Applications can be found online at www. under “Open Grant Rounds.” Printed applications will not be available this year.

The application deadline for the Arts Project Grant Fund and Everett Wilimek Endowment is May 31.

A component fund of the Northwest Minnesota Foundation, the grant and scholarship program supports the mission of the BAAE, which is to “create a community in which the arts flourish and enhance our lives.”

Grants to be awarded through the BAAE Arts Project grant round are

made possible through BAAE and the following funds: Patt and Ernie Rall

Children’s Performing Arts Fund, the Sandy Kaul Fund for the Arts Fund, the Frederick Marshall Fund and the John Rabel Memorial Music Fund.

After-school food program available at Boys and Girls Club

BEMIDJI — The Boys and Girls Club of the Bemidji Area is participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program to offer afterschool meals to kids at the club.

Free meals will be provided to all enrolled children. Meals will meet nutritional standards established by the USDA, a release said.

Meals will be offered from 2:40 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with select days off. The program will end on May 31, 2024.

Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club to host vintage car gatherings

BEMIDJI — The Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club will host First City Cruise-Ins from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturdays, June 15, July 20, Aug. 17 and Sept. 21, at Lueken’s South, 609 Washington Ave. S. The events will include antiques, collectors, new electric and late model vehicles and many more. There is no cost to attend or participate, all are welcome.

Boy Scouts of America will provide brats, chips and soda.

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Annual Memorial Day service set at Greenwood Cemetery

BEMIDJI — American Legion Bemidji Post No. 14 will host its annual Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at Greenwood Cemetery.

The program will include the presentation of the colors, a keynote address from Todd Haugen, the playing of “Taps” and more. All are welcome to attend.

Buzzle Osterdalen Church to host annual memorial service


Buzzle Osterdalen Church will hold its annual memorial service at noon on Sunday, May 26. A business meeting will follow the service, and then a potluck lunch will be served. Members, friends and neighbors are all welcome.

For more information, call Marlyce at (218) 751-1996.

Cass Lake American Legion to host Memorial Day services

CASS LAKE — Cass Lake American Legion Post No. 284 invites the public to Memorial Day services in the Cass Lake area on Monday, May 27. Services will be held at the following locations:

• 10:30 at Pine Grove Cemetery in Cass Lake, 16110 63rd Ave. NW.

11 at Frohn East Side Cemetery south of Bemidji, 11736 Roosevelt Rd. SE.

• 11:30 at Farris Cemetery west of Cass Lake, near the intersection of Bowman Lake Rd. and Tower Rd.

12 at Highway 2 Rest Area east of Cass Lake right off U.S. Highway 2.

Laporte American Legion to host ‘Some Gave All’ Day event

LAPORTE — The American Legion and Auxiliary of Laporte Post 462 will be honoring the service of veterans this Memorial Day with a “Some Gave All” event on Monday, May 27. The day will start at 9 a.m. with a brief speech followed by the presentation of the colors by the Honor Guard, a rifle salute and “Taps” at Laporte Catholic Cemetery, 695 First Ave. NW. At 10 a.m. there will be a program featuring the Honor Guard, speakers, music, bell ringing ceremony and “Taps” at the Laporte School, 315 Main St. W.

The Honor Guard will continue down to the Garfield Lake Landing to present a wreath in remembrance of those lost at sea. The program will conclude at the Lakeport Cemetery with a brief speech, Honor Guard, rifle salute, presentation of a wreath and “Taps.”

Trinity Lutheran in Lake George to hold Memorial Day service

LAKE GEORGE — Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake George will host a special Memorial Day service at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at the

church, 37115 U.S. Highway 71.

The service will include displays of military uniforms and memorabilia, photos of honored veterans, and songs and hymns. Bemidji VFW Post 1260 will host military honors.

The guest speaker will be Ike Eickhoff, a U.S. Army Korean War Veteran. Eickhoff will share his story about his experience with faith and life in a warzone, a release said.

Refreshments will be served following the service. All are welcome.

Veterans are encouraged to wear uniforms, military clothing and hats. Debs, Puposky to hold Memorial Day services

PUPOSKY — The Debs Trinity Lutheran Church will host a graveside Memorial Day service at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at the church, 26685 Debs Road NW.

Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church in Puposky will hold a graveside a Memorial Day service at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at the church, 214 Durand Drive NW.

Blackduck American Legion to host Memorial Day program


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Blackduck American Legion and Auxiliary Unit 372 will commemorate Memorial Day with a program at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 27, in the Blackduck High School gymnasium.

Kelliher to host Memorial Day program

The program will include advancing of the colors, special music, speeches and a procession to the cemetery. Bars and coffee will be served in the Blackduck High School multi-purpose room following the program.

program at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at Kelliher School.

Following the program, the Honor Guard will render their salute at the cemetery. A light lunch will follow at the North Beltrami Community Center, 220 Main St. E.

KELLIHER — American Legion Post 470 will host a Memorial Day

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Annual Take a Kid Fishing event set for June 5

BEMIDJI — Bemidji’s

annual Take a Kid Fishing event is set to take place on Wednesday, June 5. Participants will meet guides at 10 a.m. at Cameron Park with a 5 p.m. Fish Fry at Lake Bemidji State Park later that evening. Take a Kid Fishing is open to children between the ages of 10 and 15.

“We are pleased to announce the return of our event and all the joy and excitement it brings to the youth and families and the community,” a release said. “Our committee members and volunteer guides are ready to serve the youth for this year’s event.”

Registration is now open and forms may be found on the website at Registration closes at 5 p.m. on May 31, and early registration is recommended to secure a guide.

“We would like to thank our volunteers and local sponsors,” the release said. “We could not execute our event year after year without you.”

To learn more, follow the Bemidji Area Take a Kid Fishing Facebook page for updates or contact Christina Regas at (218) 368-9394.

Beltrami County Historical Society guided bus tour set for June 1

BEMIDJI — Beltrami County Historical Society will host a guided bus tour, “The New Deal in Beltrami County,” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 1.

Sponsored in part by Beltrami County Development Funds, the excursion will take off at 10 a.m. from the Beltrami County History Center located at 130 Minnesota

Ave. SW in downtown Bemidji. The tour invites participants to embark on a captivating journey through the rich history of the New Deal era in Beltrami County, a release said.

The New Deal, a transformative series of initiatives introduced during the Great Depression by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, left an indelible mark on American society. Designed to alleviate economic hardships, the New Deal programs spurred employment, infrastructure development and cultural enrichment across the nation. Beltrami County is home to many New Deal projects, each contributing to the region’s unique heritage.

During the tour, participants will have the opportunity to explore key sites that reflect the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Works Progress Administration and other New Deal initiatives. Stops include the historic Kelliher Auditorium, the picturesque CCC Camp Rabideau near Blackduck, the scenic Bemidji State Park and the iconic Fireplace of States.

Specially guided tours at Camp Rabideau and Bemidji State Park will offer in-depth perspectives on the craftsmanship and conservation

efforts of the era. Additionally, a CCC-inspired lunch will be provided.

During the event, expert guides will provide insights into the significance of these landmarks and the lasting impact of the New Deal on the local landscape.

To purchase tickets, visit, call (218) 444-3376, or visit the Beltrami County History Center during open hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

Amy Rea to present at NELL May 29

BAGLEY — Northern Exposure to Lifelong Learning will wrap up its spring season with Amy Rea presenting “A Whole World of Food Here in Minnesota” at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at Faith Lutheran Church, 32 Bagley Ave. NW.

“What do lutefisk, fish eyes, camel liver and pig

uterus all have in common?” a release asked. “They’re all foods available for dining in Minnesota.”

Rea has spent years exploring the increasingly wide-ranging world of food in the state, from its native roots with wild rice and the “three sisters;” to the arrival of Scandinavians with lefse and lutefisk; to Eastern Europeans who brought porketta, pasties, and potica; to today’s immigrant groups that created Minnesota-nice versions of their home foods before taking the risk of adding ingredients and heat levels previously unknown in the state.

“Rea has cheerfully explored all kinds of cuisines and tried everything listed above, and not only did she live to tell the tale, she’d happily eat most of these things again (with one notable

exception),” the release said. “What’s more, there are often more similarities than differences between different food cultures.”

Rea is the author of several guidebooks for the state of Minnesota and is a contributing writer for heavytable.

com. Doors open at 9 a.m. with the program starting at 9:30 a.m. Refreshments will be served and a free-will donation will be accepted.

Parks and Rec to offer nature book club

BEMIDJI — The city of Bemidji Parks and Recreation Department will offer a nature book club from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays from June 4 through Aug. 13, at the Historic Carnegie Library, 426 Bemidji Ave.

N. The group will meet

every other week to discuss nature-themed books. The book, coffee and tea will be provided, a release said. Titles will include:

• “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants,” by Robin Wall Kimmerer.

• “The Overstory,” by Richard Powers.

• “Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter,” by Ben Goldfarb.

• “The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World,” by Andrea Wulf. The cost is $15 per participant. Register online at www. For more information, contact (218) 333-1862.

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Bemidji Area FGBF set to meet June 1

BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Area Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship of America chapter is set to meet at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 1, in the Beltrami Electric Conference Room, 4111 Technology Drive NW.

A light breakfast will be served and all are welcome to attend.

The keynote speaker will be Derek Thompson. Thompson’s testimony will share his passion for seeing young people, and people who are lost in life, experience the lifechanging power of the gospel, a release said.

Thompson grew up in the town of Cold Spring, Minn. He was raised Lutheran and attended church regularly. His father was a UPS driver, retiring by the time he entered high school, and his mother taught business classes at Albany middle school and high school.

Most of his childhood and teen years consisted of competing in baseball, basketball and football year-round. He graduated from Rocori High School in 2017 and came to Bemidji State to play basketball.

In his five years at Bemidji State, Thompson obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing, a minor in sports management and a Master of Business Administration degree. He started for the men’s basketball team for all five years he was a student there.

In 2021, he renewed his faith following the deaths of his father and best friend in 2020. He served as a student leader in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at BSU. Six months before his graduation, he met his wife, Alyssa.

Upon graduating from BSU in May of 2022, he received an insurance license with the plan to pursue insurance sales but decided to continue working with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has been with FCA for two years, serving at BSU and several high schools in the area. Thompson and Alyssa have been married since July 2023 and live in Bemidji. Thompson enjoys staying active in a variety of ways, including basketball, pickleball and fly fishing. He is also completing an online master’s degree in biblical and theological studies from Phoenix Seminary. Pet Fixers clinics scheduled for June 1-2

BEMIDJI — Great River Rescue will host low-cost spay and neuter clinics through its Pet Fixers program this year.

Qualified pet owners and caretakers can get their pets spayed or neutered and receive other low-cost preventative care services, including vaccinations and microchips, at an upcoming weekend clinic, a release said.

Clinics are typically held once per month at Great River Rescue, located at 1612 Carr Lake Road SE.

Dates for this year’s clinics are:

June 1 and 2

July 13 and 14

Aug. 10 and 11

Sept. 7 and 8

Oct. 5 and 6

• Nov. 2 and 3

Registration for each clinic opens on the first of the month prior to the scheduled clinic. Income qualifications along with all available services and prices can be found on the Pet Fixers page of the Great River Rescue website.

A $40 deposit per animal is required at the time of registration to secure a spot. Those unable to access the website can call (218) 760-1307 to get help with registration. Additional dates and opportunities may be added. Check the Great River Rescue website and Facebook page for additional opportunity announcements.

Approximately 70 to 80 pets are spayed or neutered at each weekend clinic, the release said. Pet Fixers sponsors for this year include Ace on the Lake Hardware, Modern Woodmen of America, First National Bank Bemidji, Super 8 of Bemidji and Petco Love. For more information, visit greatriverrescue. com.

Summer Theater Day Camp set for June 3-14

BEMIDJI — The city of Bemidji Parks and

Recreation Department and Bemidji Community Theater will hold Summer Theater Day Camp from 1 to 4 p.m. Mondays and Fridays, June 3-14.

During the day camp, participants will be placed in a camp section based on their age, interest and performance experience. Skill sections include basic stagecraft, advanced performance, script-writing, musical theater and tech and set design, a release said. This camp is also known as BCT JR. The location is to be determined.

The cost per participant is $100. Limited scholarships are also available.

Register and find more information at www. or call (218) 333-1862.

Headwaters Open Mic and CoffeeHouse set for June 7

BEMIDJI — Headwaters Music and Arts will host its monthly Open Mic and CoffeeHouse event at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 7, at Headwaters, 519 MN Ave. NW.

The monthly community gathering offers a friendly open mic opportunity and welcoming environment for folks to listen, perform and mingle with fellow open mic attendees.

Debbie Center will grace the stage as the featured performer of the

evening. She will be playing her original piano music inspired by the wildlife, scenery and northern lights of her beloved home in Nevis, Minnesota. Sign-up for the Open Mic begins at 6:30 p.m. or by email to

Held on the first Friday of most months, the Headwaters Open Mic and CoffeeHouse offers a welcoming and supportive community for musicians and spoken-word performers. All ages and skill levels are encouraged to sign up for a 10- to 15-minute set.

Admission is $4 per person or $10 for families. Coffee and treats are available for purchase courtesy of Apple Blossom Village in partnership with Starbucks.

Headwaters Open Mic and CoffeeHouse is a volunteer-led community event. Contact John Henningsgaard at (218) 4449845 for more information.

Beltrami Area Service

Collaborative sets

2024 meeting dates

BEMIDJI — The Beltrami Area Service Collaborative has set its meeting dates for the remainder of the year. All meetings will run from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on select Wednesdays and are open to the public.

“For more than 20 years, the Beltrami Area Service Collaborative has

successfully partnered with area stakeholders to plan, implement and sustain prevention and early intervention services for the children and families of Beltrami County,” The BASC website reads.

“BASC has been recognized as a leader in Minnesota’s Collaborative movement.”

Meetings are set for the following dates:

June 12

Aug. 14

Oct. 9 • Dec. 11

Contact the BASC Office at (218) 333-8190 for the Zoom link or location information.

Parks and Rec to offer Nature Explorers day camp

BEMIDJI — The city of Bemidji Parks and Recreation Department will host a Nature Explorers day camp from 8 a.m. to noon on June 24-28, at North Country Park, 1001 30th St. NW.

“Explore the wilderness during this naturebased camp,” a release said. Participants will enjoy lots of fun activities, crafts and snacks. The cost is $60 per participant. For more information and to register, visit www. or call (218) 333-1862.

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Cards and bingo scheduled at Blackduck Senior Center

BLACKDUCK — The Blackduck Senior Center will host cards every Wednesday at 1 p.m. and bingo every Thursday at 1 p.m., at the center.

“These events are open to the surrounding community,” a release said. “You do not need to be a member of the Senior Center to take part in these activities.”

For more info, call (218) 835-7719.

Aaron Lewis to perform at Sanford Center in Bemidji

June 30

BEMIDJI — The Sanford Center will host

“Aaron Lewis: The American Patriot Tour” at 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 30, at the Center, 1111 Event Center Drive NE.

“Aaron Lewis, the Vermont-born powerhouse, first found success with Staind – the 2000s-era hard rockers who injected meditative muscle into an era better known for mindless aggression,” a release said. “But while that band is still very much alive, it was never enough to satisfy Lewis’ creative drive.”

As a solo artist, Lewis has had two albums reach number one on the Billboard Country Album Debut charts: “Town Line” and “Sinner.” His song “Country Boy,” with George Jones and Charlie Daniels, went platinum and “Am I the Only One” was a gold-certified Billboard number-one hit. Lewis’ 2022 album

“Frayed at Both Ends” was the best-selling country album in America,

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the release said. “No matter the sonic setting, Lewis writes and sings to get his truth out and his upcoming album ‘The Hill’ is no different,” added the release. Tickets are available now and range from $49 to $125, plus applicable fees. Tickets are available at the Sanford Center Box Office at (218) 441-4032 and at

Bemidji State to offer

Beaver Happy Hour events for alumni

BEMIDJI — The Bemidji State Alumni and Foundation will offer Beaver Happy Hour events to alumni and friends at local bars and restaurants starting Wednesday, May 8. The events will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every other month. Here’s a look at the upcoming schedule: • July 10: Ruttger’s Birchmont Lodge

Sept. 11: Bar 209

Nov. 13: Brigid’s Irish

Pub Jan. 8: Corner Bar

• March 12: Keg N’ Cork

Beaver Happy Hours provide an opportunity for all community members to connect with Alumni and Foundation staff and others in attendance, make meaningful contacts and build camaraderie around all things BSU, a release said.

John Egelhof to offer beginner bagpipe meetings

BEMIDJI — Bagpiper

John Egelhof will hold beginner bagpipe interest group meetings from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, at First Lutheran Church, 900 Bemidji Ave. N.

Attendees should be interested in Celtic/Gaelic bagpipe music and learning this storied instrument, a release said. Participants must have a hand size sufficient to

cover the holes on a practice instrument, called a practice chanter. Attendees must obtain a practice chanter and tutor book to begin learning. Limited tutoring will be available during the meeting.

Egelhof has been a member of the New Hampshire Law Enforcement Association Pipes and Drums, taught at the Headwaters School of Music and Arts and played with local bands. Meetings are free to attend and all are welcome, the release said.

For more information, contact Egelhof at (218) 209-1560 or join the Bagpipes Around Bemidji Facebook group.

Bagley Senior Center offers weekly programming BAGLEY — The Bagley Senior Center is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday each week and offers a

variety of programming for seniors and more.

Featuring a gift store, thrift shop and great coffee, the center, located at 26 Main Ave. N, is a great place to come and spend an afternoon and make new friends.

The Yarn Club meets at 10 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays each month. The Whist Gang meets at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays each week, all are welcome to participate.

The center also offers Meals on Wheels for dinein and delivery.

For more information, call (218) 694-6873.

Meals on Wheels seeks Bemidji area volunteers BEMIDJI — The local Meals on Wheels program is seeking volunteers to help deliver meals to seniors in the area who need a hot meal and someone to check up on them.

For more information or to sign up to be a volunteer driver, call Jenny at (218) 444-3987.

Community Table offers sit-down meals

BEMIDJI — Mt. Zion and United Methodist Churches of Bemidji offer sit-down Community Table meals on Mondays through Thursdays. The doors open at 4:40 p.m. with meals being served from 5 to 6 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays at Mt. Zion and Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Methodist Church. The meals are free and open to the public, everyone is welcome.

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The Grant Valley Town Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids and further reserves the right to award the contract in the best interest of the township. Mail bids to Grant Valley Township, P.O. Box 1462, Bemidji, MN 56619 and designate “Division St W” on the outside of the envelope.

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FIREPLACES/ INSTALLATION FIREPLACES/ INSTALLATION Sales • Installation • Service FIREPLACES STOVES INSERTS WALKER, MN Call Today 218-547-HEAT One mi. S. of the Casino on Hwy. 371 NW ROOFING ROOFING 218-556-7708 or 218-556-6924 • ROOFING • SIDING • CONSTRUCTION MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 218-556-0172 4972 Jackpine Rd NW Bemidji, MN Steven Eastridge • Boat Covers • Boat Lift Canopy Repairs • Bimini Tops & Enclosures • Restaurant Booth & Commercial Upholstery • Snowmobile, UTV, Watercraft, Boat & Golf Cart Seat Upholstery • Boat Flooring Repair & Replacement • Zipper Repair • Snaps, Velcro, Etc. Specializing in all of your canvas repair & fabrication needs CONCRETE CONCRETE Barn yard black dirt screened • Screened top soil All gravel tested and certified to MNDoT specifications *All Aggregates are MN state certified. Where Quality Matters 218-224-3101 • Ready Mix • Concrete Pumping • Professional Grade Concrete Products • Class 5 • Class 1 • Rip Rap • ¾” Rock • 1 ½” Rock • Top Soil • Washed Sand NOW OPEN! • Class 5 Gravel • Class 1 Gravel • 1 ½” Rock • ¾” Rock • Washed Sand • Fill Dirt 218-224-3101 CONCRETE CONCRETE -Flatwork -Foundations -Decorative -Driveways We offer both commercial and residential services. Our primary focus is to provide quality concrete services. 218-556-8832 STORAGE STORAGE - 24-hour Access, Digital Video Surveillance, Drive-up Access - Great Customer Service, Online Bill Pay, Onsite Security, Boxes & Supplies Variety of Unit Sizes Available starting at: 12’x32’ $120/mo | 10’x20’ $100/mo | 10’x10’ $80/mo FALL SALE AT $10 PER MONTH OFF 10X20 UNITS Contact Us: 5071 Wild Rose LN NW Bemidji, MN 56601 (218) 766-7039 Office Hours: Sunday - Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm CLEANING CLEANING Commercial Hood Cleaning Roof & House Washing Power Washing | Concrete Sealing 218.556.8491 Insured Excavation • Road & Site Construction MnDOT Spec. Certified CI.-1 & CI.-5 • Sand • Black Dirt Available in Small & Large Quantities SOLWAY, MINNESOTA 56678 • 751-8192 Brian Hendricks 218-556-2693 Lic. #20586731 NEW CONSTRUCTION • REMODELING • ROOFING • CONCRETE FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION ROOFING ROOFING HOMES, CABINS, GARAGES No job to big or to small. FREE estimates 218-280-5834 20 years experience. Licensed and insured. GROVE ROOFING MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES SEPTIC INSTALLS WATER WELL DRILLING & REPAIR DIRT WORK (218) 586-3323 | FLOORING FLOORING FLOORING Inc. We offer expert tile and stone installation with over 38 years experience! Specializing in: CUSTOM SHOWERS & FLOORS •Porcelain •Marble •Granite •Slate •Natural Stone •Ceramic Tile FREE help with designs, patterns and ideas FREE Estimates! Call or text: 218-290-6506 FIREPLACES/ INSTALLATION FIREPLACES/ INSTALLATION Certified Chimney Sweep Services CALL TODAY! 218-547-4328 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES Scan to view our work 218.407.3238 Call Scott Edevold today! 13974 coyote rd NW Bemidji, mn 56601 SAVE MONEY! REFURBISH YOUR EQUIPMENT TO LOOK LIKE NEW! CALL US FOR A FREE SANDBLASTING ESTIMATE. WINDOWS WINDOWS Bem idj iG las s Company Home •A uto •C om mer cial 987Industrial Park Dr.SE, Bemidji Call Jake:218-766-922 3 Need Replacement Windows? REAL ESTATE SERVICES REAL ESTATE SERVICES Buying, Selling, or looking to improve a piece of real estate in the North Woods? Northern Engineering and Consulting has been serving Northern Minnesota for over 25 years! • Land Surveying • Civil Engineering • Site Design • Wetland Delineations • GIS • Environmental Consultation WWW.NECIUSA.COM Contact us and see what we can do for you! 2216 Tod Court NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 (218)444-4860 Fax(218)444-6042 8381 Lakeland Trail, Walker, MN 56484 (218)547-1296 Fax(218)547-2272 INSURANCE INSURANCE See website for required CMS disclosures. Let’s discuss your MEDICARE options! Patrick Lochwood Independent Insurance Agent Call for an appointment (218) 751-0204 522 Beltrami Ave NW | Main Level - Suite 107 | Downtown Bemidji EXCAVATING/FILL EXCAVATING/FILL Storlie Construction 60’ LONG REACH EXCAVATOR Black Dirt (Pulverized and Shredded / Large and Small Quantities) • All Types of Gravel, Fill and Rock Products • Harbor Dredging Rip Rap • Dozer Work • Road Building & Repair • Building Demolition 218-335-6249 • 218-820-2055 218-407-7912 Over 60 Years Exp



Labrador Retriever Pups Red & Yellow. Born 3/17. Excellent hunting & family pets! 320-808-9957

German Shepherd Pups 4M, 4F, available now! $350. Call 218-390-7610 or 390-3889. Duluth, MN

German Shepherd Pups Purebred, shots, wormed, vet checked, health certificate, $300. 218-831-7975 (MN#829895)

Golden Retriever Puppies Shots, dewormed, vet checked, $400. 218-536-1613 MN103286

Yellow Lab Puppies Purebred, shots, wormed, vet checked, health certificate. $200 218-831-7960 (MN#829895)

Miniature Aussie Pups Red & Blue Merle available! Shots & wormed. $600. Ready to go! Text for pics: 218-851-6219

CKC Mini Schnauzers M & F, Black, Chocolates & Liver/Pepper. Shots, dews, tails, vet checked, home raised with TLC! $500 Call/text: 320-760-6839


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5-piece bedroom set, Antique dresser w/Mirror, Rocking chairs, Kid’s bench, Curio cabinets, Some cowboy hats and Western ware, (3) Storage cabinets, DVDs, Potato ricer, Fish fryer, Side tables, Gun cabinet, Old jars, Pottery

jug, Butter Churn, Recliner, Bookcase, Cedar chest, Dolly’s crib, Wicker baskets, Beanie Babies, Shower stool, Dolls and Furniture, Sleeping bags, Air Mattress, Desk w/bookcase, (5) Handstitched Quilts, (2) Racks, Milk glass, Blanket, Towels, Dressers, Jewelry cart 7-drawer, Sewing machine, Wicker storage w/baskets, Doctor’s scale, (2) Apple peelers, Knife block SHOP & YARD

5xl 2 utility trailer 3’ sides, and ramp, Picnic table, Storage chest, Ladders, Wheelbarrow, Fire ring, Bean bag game, Highlift jack, Minnow cage, 20# lp tank, 8xl0 carry all utility trailer, Planters, Floor Jack, Stihl chain saw, Bottle jacks, Battery charger, Radial arm saw, Air tank, Bar clamps, Rigid Shop vac 12 gal, 4.5 hp Lawn Boy push mower,

Sunflower heater, Sawzall, Ego leaf blower, Air compressor, Ego Trimmer Wood Stove, 10” Miter saw, Step ladder, Shovels, Rakes, Brooms, Pneumatic Air stapler, Garage heater 220v4•5000w, Hurricane lamp, Limb saw, Dovetail jig, Heat gun, DeWalt Sabre

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Bread maker, Crock pots Lots of kitchen ware, All items used in the kitchen, Fostoria Hanging curio, Depression Glassware, Copper kettles, Delco iron, Antique armware, (2) Wicker chairs Auction Location: 5115 Lavinia Road NE, Bemidji, MN 56601 • Directions: From the Ju11ction of Paul Bunyun Dr & First Street East: take First Street East to Lake Avenue (Stop sign) turn Left and go 11orth for 3.8 1niles and tur11 left 011 Bass Lake Rd NE, tur11 right at Stop Sign (Lavinia Road) to Auction site. Parking 011 the road only. DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF DRIVEWAYS!!! 218-444-4802 Independently own and operated. DIRECTORY SERVICE YOUR GUIDE TO GREAT SERVICES! CONSTRUCTION GUTTERS HANDYMAN LAWN CARE PAINTING SMALL ENGINE CARPET CLEANING HOUSEKEEPING MECHANIC ELECTRICAL AND MORE! Call: 218-333-9200 or Email: for details. HANDYMAN John’s Handyman Service Yardwork, mowing, hauling, painting and any odd job you need to have done! Call 218-308-3628 CALL US TO SUBSCRIBE 218-333-9200 BEMIDJIPIONEER.COM INSULATION Energy Saver INSULATION Polyurethane Spray Foam Blown-in Fiberglass Nick Lee 218-556-2523 Serving the Bemidji area for 34+ years JUNK REMOVAL BUYING JUNK CARS & TRUCKS PAYING TOP DOLLAR Free Towing! 320-630-8196 or 218-444-2079 LAWN CARE Licensed & Insured Professionals Fertilize & Weed Control Hydro mulching/seeding Stump Grinding Lawn Aeration Overseeding Dirt Work Over 30 years experience MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ANYTIME HAULING We will haul anything! JUNK CARS FURNITURE, ETC. We will also pay for scrap metal, cars & misc. scrap. Will do Bobcat work and Snow plowing. 218-209-8629 PAINTING/PAPERING Interior/Exterior Painting Professionalism with Attention to Detail & Quality Results. Deck Refinishing & Power Washing. Over 30 years of experience. Free Estimates. Call Rich 218-556-6418 SERVICES Old John’s Handyman Service Yardwork, mowing, hauling, painting and any odd job you need to have done! Call 218-760-7305 .com TOP SOIL/BLACK DIRT Screened Black Dirt 5 yards $150 delivered! Call 766-7591 TREE SERVICE/ STUMP REMOVAL “A full service tree service” Spring Leaf Clean Up Tree removals Tree trimming Stump grinding Hazard limb removal Storm damage cleanup Fully insured Free estimates Veteran owned and operated 218-407-7396 TREE SERVICE/ STUMP REMOVAL Kolstad Tree & Shrub Care ISA Certified Arborist Free Estimates Call 218-444-4282 WELDING Precise Mobile Welding LLC I come to you Aluminum-Stainless Steel Steel and Cast Iron Farm and heavy equipment Boat lifts and docks Prices by time & material Allan 218-368-1760 Certified Nursing Assistant Positions – Bemidji Veterans Home Salary Range: $20.01 - $26.81 $2,500 Hiring Bonus-Eligible The Bemidji Veterans Home is hiring Certified Nursing Assistant positions for a variety of shifts. Join the compassionate, caring staff dedicated to supporting our Veterans! Find your purpose in State service while making a daily difference in our Residents lives. For full job details and to apply go to and click on “Current Jobs”. Select “Bemidji” in the Location dropdown field. Text/call Peter Paquette with questions, 218-553-1104. The MN Dept of Veterans Affairs is a Veteran-friendly, equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and service provider. REED REED WATER WELL DRILLING Call (218) 766 6348 FOR ALL YOUR WELL DRILLING NEEDS GARAGE SALES PUBLIC/GARAGE SALES Bemidji, 56601 Neighborhood Garage Sale 7211 Woodcrest Dr NW May 23rd-24th 8-5pm. Leather Recliner, furniture, stainless steel sink, XL men’s/women’s clothes, jewelry, toys, lots of household misc. Cash Only! Bemidji, 56601 Garage Sale 408 Bakkum Rd NE Fri. May 31st-Sat. June 1st 8-3pm. Hitch cargo carrier, gazebo, power tools, Big Buddy heater, treadmill, collectibles, household, jewelry, men’s/women’s L-XL clothing, Misc. Cash Only! JUNKATHON 2024 SPECTACULAR May 24-27 Pine River, MN PUBLIC/GARAGE SALES Hines, 56647 10+ Party Rummage Sale Tomahawk Resort 24777 Pass Rd NE Sat. June 1st 8-1pm. Barbies, household and lots of other items, including old stuff and antiques! Cash only! ESTATE SALES Bemidji, 56601 Estate Sale 2902 Arrowwood Cir NW Fri, May 31 & Sat. June 1st 9am-4pm. Sofa, kids dressers, mattress, piano, drum set, violin, dryer, kid desk & misc. household items. CARS • RVS • BOATS POWERSPORTS Bemidji, 56601 HUGE SALE! Bemidji Baptist Church 2130 Paul Bunyan Dr. SE. (South of NW Tech College) May 23rd-25th, Thur 2-7, Fri 8-5 & Sat 8-4 Fry Bread Taco Meals! Lots of vintage & antique toys & furniture. NASCAR collector items. Recliners, hide-a-bed, reclining sofa, loveseat/couch set, end tables, lamps, area rugs, vacuum, dining tables, kitchen items, desk chairs, suitcases, queen bed/frame, home repair hand & electric tools, lawn/garden items, dog house and XL kennel, sports equipment, seasonal & holiday decor, jewelry, craft items, New PlayStation 4, tons of toys, LOTS of DVDs/CDs/VHS, books/cookbooks & MUCH MORE. (No early sales.) 218-751-9311 FARM EQUIPMENT FARM RETIREMENT SALE NH 1003 stack liner small bale self-loading trailer; Hayright small bale 40ft elevator on wheels with electric motor drive; Jackson drive-on swather trailer; Hiniker 24ft all hydraulic chisel plow; Minnesota 250 gravity box with 8-ton wagon; Rear tractor band dual tires size 18.4x38; 300 gallon gas barrel on stand. Central MN. 218-849-2363 INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION GREAT UTILITY VEHICLES WARM & QUIET! VERY FUEL EFFICIENT! FORKLIFTS, MANLIFTS & TRAILERS AVAILABLE! Call Arlen at 763-234-9118 Lake George, MN Scott at 701-308-0101 Lisbon, ND Thinking about a new JOB? Start here. CLASSIC/COLLECTIBLES WANTED: 1930-1931 Ford Model A Coupe. Must be very nice! 218-780-0084 DOGS AKC English Springer Spaniel Pups M & F, various colors, ages 11 weeks & older. 218-686-0179 AKC Golden Retrievers Females, available 6/1. Vet checked, microchipped, 24 month health guarantee. 218-280-4376 Erskine, MN. See us on Facebook at: Kangas Family Kennel LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT SUMMER GETAWAY ON NORTH SHORE OF CLITHERALL LAKE, MN 2 bdrm, 1.5 bath, A/C, Internet, No smoking/pets. Available May-Sept. $800/week. 808-896-0826 COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR RENT Three 220 sq. ft lease spaces in the building that houses “Grandmas Attic” antique mall, 502 3rd St NW Bemidji, MN 56601. Can be used for offices or remodel into one boutique size space with a three year leases. Off-street parking. Would prefer a retail business to further add to the already busy foot traffic through out the building. 218-760-4646 or 218-368-3291 MANUFACTURED HOMES 2010 Quail Ridge Park Model fully furnished Home on Blackduck Lake. 1 Bd, 1 ba., living room, bonus addition, deck, brick patio, shed w/electric, very nice end lot. Call Tami or Rob at Tomahawk Resort 218-835-4510.
saw, B&D Router, Bits, Biscuit Cutter, Router table, Propane weed burner, Coolers, Turkey Roaster, Diehard jump
Fans, Furniture Dollies KITCHEN
set of Silver Serviceware, Ice cream freezer,
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. FIREWOOD Oak firewood. Cut, split and delivered. $200 a cord, delivered in 2 cord loads. 218-556-3977 Approximately 15 cord of mixed firewood in various lengths. Easy to access near road, approximately 2 miles west of Tenstrike. Great wood for an outdoor wood boiler. Asking $500. 320-249-4647 CATS Reg. Ragdoll Kittens (2) Flame Point Males, (2) Seal/Tortie Females. 701-352-4055 (Leave msg) MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 2016 Alpine 5th Wheeler Trailer, 5 slides, too many accessories to mention, furnished. Very Nice! 307-241-0530 FURNITURE Portable bed $25, leather chair $50, TV. $50. 231-420-8628 Bemidji MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
Champion Welder with Kohler motor & 10000 Watt generator, 230 AC/DC Welder, 120-240 AC power. Less than 100 hrs. Quincy compressor, 10 hs power Honda motor, 30 gal heavy duty industrial cast iron compressor, 18.5 CFM at 175 PSI, very low hours. 218-751-7146 or 218-686-6448
A12 | Saturday, May 25, 2024 | tHE BuylinE SHoppEr to contriButE nEwS, StoriES or pHotoS, EMail: BuylinE@BEMidjipionEEr.coM 218-751-3140 3010 Bemidji Ave Bemidji, MN 56601 2023 CHEVROLET EQUINOX $28,960 16,789 miles • #P8524 2021 FORD EXPLORER X $33,995 21,427 miles • #P8560 2022 FORD ESCAPE TIT $26,995 44,298 miles • #P8543 2020 FORD F150 SUPER $33,995 55,572 miles • #P8547 2019 FORD EXPEDITION MAX $35,995 110,105 miles • #2450A 2019 FORD FLEX SEL $22,995 83,765 miles • #P8555 2016 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT $15,995 70,543 miles • #P8557 2013 FORD F-150 $10,995 129,679 miles • #2443B 2020 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN $19,995 89,258 miles • #P8556 2023 HONDA CR-V HYBRID $40,850 5,704 miles • #23353B 2021 FORD F-150 $24,995 191,637 miles • #2471A 2022 FORD EXPLORER L $38,995 21,029 miles • #P8558 2020 FORD F-350 $49,995 82,355 miles • #2418B 2019 FORD EXPLORER $28,860 42,573 miles • #P8527 2017 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN $24,995 119,810 miles • #2462B 2016 DODGE CHARGER SX $16,995 69,828 miles • #P8562 2013 GMC SIERRA 2500 HD $22,995 150,805 miles • #2429A 2020 FORD ESCAPE $22,995 44,532 miles • #23380A 2022 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 $47,460 18,333 miles • #23275A 2021 FORD F150 SUPER $38,960 39,554 miles • #P8536 2022 KIA TELLURIDE $45,995 5,717 miles • #P8550 2020 GMC TERRAIN SL $27,995 29,093 miles • #P8548 2019 FORD F-150 $22,960 159,774 miles • #23393A 2017 FORD EDGE $21,995 42,837 miles • #P8554 2015 FORD F-350 $29,995 92,745 miles • #2461A 2012 KIA OPTIMA $10,995 129,679 miles • #P8521A 2020 FORD F-150 $33,960 117,248 miles • #23327M 2021 FORD SUPER DUTY F-250 SRW $70,660 47,222 miles • #P8518 2021 FORD BRONCO SPORT $26,960 57,644 miles • #23304A 2019 FORD ECOSPORT $15,995 49,818 miles • #23286A 2019 FORD F-150 LARIAT $28,960 134,055 miles • #23258A 2017 FORD ESCAPE SE $16,995 51,078 miles • #P8552 2013 FORD F-150 $10,995 135,267 miles • #2443B 2020 FORD F-150 $29,995 67,152 miles • #2433A 2022 FORD EDGE TITAN $32,995 18,236 miles • #P8553 2021 RAM 1500 $39,995 28,560 miles • #2440A 2021 FORD EDGE $26,960 53,688 miles • #P8475 2019 FORD EDGE ST $30,960 70,853 miles • #P8455 2019 FORD F150 SUPER $37,960 55,643 miles • #P8537 2017 FORD EXPLORER $12,995 153,865 miles • #P8559A 2008 FORD F-250 $10,995 171,423 miles • #23348B 2020 FORD F150 PU $28,995 69,821 miles • #P8540 MSRP $53,015 CELEBRATING 60 YEARS $51,338* $66,263 MSRP $72,625 *Final Price Includes Jeep trade-In YOU SAVE $6,662! 2023 Bronco Big Bend 4x4 2024 Ford F-150 Lariat 4X4 CREW CAB Sale Price Sale Price STOP BY AND CHECK OUT OUR ENTIRE NEW AND USED INVENTORY IN STOCK!

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