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Chatfield

Chatfield ffa Chapter

Row one (L to R): Alex Coe, Andrew Gathje, Jenny Shafer, Maggie Lowrey, Alli Hanson, Abby Hopp, Jessica Fenske, Bennett Gathje, Kyle VanDeWalker Row two (L to R): Shayleigh Johnson, Kayla Mabe, Kallie Kohlmeyer, Kamrynn Kullot, Paige Isensee Row three (L to R): Jerico Drogemuller, Ashlee Maker, Megan Hopp, Macey House Row four (L to R): Jessica Solie, Morgan Zwart, Alissa Heide, Cody Guenther, Amya Biers, Alaina Ingvalson-Olson, Chase Ketterhagen, Dillon Nolan Row five (L to R): Nikki Minter, Payton Guenther, Brandon Stephas, Grant Griffin, Isaac Rain, Riley Mulhern, Adrianna Crawford Row six (L to R): Dakota York, Jacob Stephas, Marshall Welch, Alanna Goetzinger, Shelby Isensee, Kaci Goldsmith Row seven (L to R): Alex Pagel, Hunter Hobbs, Jacob Stephas, Patrick Drogemuller Row eight (L to R): Anja Claussen, Karlie Deyo, Devyn Deyo, Logan Claussen, Tucker McCurdy Not pictured: Sarah Hopp, Hannah Grebin, Kaylee Maker, Beatrice Martin, Maddie Wright, Avianna Ruskell, Jaden Danninger, Erin Spelhaug, Logan Johnson, Aaron Lowrey, Mitchell Stailey, Abbie Siewert, Ben Rudlong, Carissa Campbell, Jared Baker, Devann Harris, Samuel Stevens, Elma Erding

Front Row – l to r – Alex Coe, Andrew Gathje, Jenny Shafer, Maggie Lowrey, Alli Hanson, Abby Hopp, Jessica Fenske, Bennett Gathje, Kyle VanDeWalker 2nd Row – Shayleigh Johnson, Kayla Mabe, Kallie Kohlmeyer, Kamrynn Kullot, Paige Isensee rd 3Chatfield Row – Jerico Drogemuller, Ashlee Maker, Megan Hopp, Macey House offiCers

Front row: Alex Coe-President th Row row: BennettAlissa Gathje-vice President, Kyle VanDeWalker-Sentinel, Alissa Heidi-Historian, Maggie 4Back – Payton JessicaGuenther-Treasurer, Solie, Morgan Zwart, Heide, Cody Guenther, Amya Biers, Alaina Ingvalson-Olson, Lowrey-Secretary, Isaac Rain-Parliamentarian, Kaci Goldsmith-Alumni Rep, Morgan Zwart-Reporter, Nikki Minter-Student Advisor

Chase Ketterhagen, Dillon Nolan

5th Row – Nikki Minter, Payton Guenther, Brandon Stephas, Grant Griffin, Isaac Rain, Riley Mulhern, Adrianna Crawford 6th Row – Dakota York, Jacob Stephas, Marshall Welch, Alanna Goetzinger, Shelby Isensee, Kaci Goldsmith 7th Row – Alex Pagel, Hunter Hobbs, Jacob Stephas, Patrick Drogemuller Chatfield fish and Wildlife

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Chatfield poultry

Ashlee Maker, Shelby Isensee, Jacob Cody Guenther, Bennett Gathje, Kaci Chase Ketterhagen, Alex Coe, Payton Stephas, VanDeWalker, Hunter Hobbs 8th Row Kyle – Anja Claussen, Karlie Deyo,Guenther, Devyn Deyo, Logan Claussen, Tucker McCurdy Goldsmith, Alanna Goetzinger Nikki Minter

e se Hopp, B usi n e ss es a r e Kaylee pr o u d t o su p p o rt area ffa t eaM s! Not Picturedt–hSarah Hannah Grebin, Maker, Beatrice Martin, Maddie Wright, Fillmore County Journal Logan Johnson, Bill Funk Trucking Scheevel & Sons Threads Custom Apparel Avianna Ruskell, Jaden Danninger, Erin Spelhaug, Aaron Lowrey, Mitchell Stailey, Abbie 765-2151 • Preston, MN 867-3286 • Chatfield, MN 765-4756 • Preston, MN 867-0111 • Chatfield, MN Siewert, Rudlong, CarissaGood Campbell, Jared Baker, Devann Harris, Samuel Stevens, Elma Erding ChatfieldBen Body Shop Samaritan Society State Representative Torgerson – Ostby 867-3063 • Chatfield, MN

Chosen Valley Veterinary Clinic 867-3610 • Chatfield, MN CHS 867-4311 • Chatfield, MN F & M Community Bank Member FDIC 867-1605 • Chatfield, MN 765-3823 • Preston, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

Gregory M. Davids District 28B Paid for by People for Davids Committee of Preston, MN 951-3893 • Preston, MN

POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN

Steve’s Auto 867-1448 • Chatfield, MN

William Hanson Waste Removal & Recycling 867-3527 or 259-7124 Chatfield, MN

Root River State Bank Member FDIC 867-4120 • Chatfield, MN

Sunshine Foods 867-4272 • Chatfield, MN

Wit Boyz Inc. 867-2957 • Chatfield, MN

765-2700 • Preston, MN

Floor Coverings & Stone 886-4257 • Harmony, MN


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Fillmore Central

Fillmore Central FFa Chapter

Row one (L to R): Hunter Aggen, Kayla Biel, Steph McElmury, Rianna Ryan, Kenzie Broadwater, Alex Love, Morgan Wingert, Kelsey Biel Row two (L to R): Will Nolan, Bronson Hahn, Dustin Daniels, Cody Ristau, Eve Grabau, Advisor- Mr. Lapham Row three (L to R): Connor Dols, Ryli Tostenson, Brady Ristau, Klayton Miner, Dilynn Ristau, Justin Ristau Row four (L to R): Luke Ristau, Devan Schmidt, Gavin Lobland, Alex Miner, Tyler Raaen, Cory Brown, Coltin Wingert, Emily Fishbaugher, Kendyl Bennett Row five (L to R): Makaila Eickhoff, Julia Haugerud, Nati Vande Zande, Kassidy Broadwater, Kira Nelson, Kandace Sikkink, Krista Jorgenson, Taylor Willford, Paige Bennett Row six (L to R): Charity Daniels, Courtney Nelson, Taryn Raaen, Jeremy O’Connor, Theodore Parker, Nick Marzolf, Brogan Hahn, Brooke Norby, Connie Blaney Row seven (L to R): Devin Whitacre, Drew Tienter, Daysha Erickson, Dominic Merkel, Maverick Bushman, Maddie Smith, Kayla Vande Zande, Garrett Aggen

Fillmore Central oFFiCers

Row one (L to R): Steph McElmury-Reporter, Kenzie Broadwater-President Row two (L to R): Morgan Wingert-Assistant Officer, Alex Love-Vice President Row three (L to R): Kelsey Biel-Assistant Officer, Rianna Ryan-Secretary Row four (L to R): Hunter Aggen-Sentinel, Kayla Biel-Treasurer Row five: Mr. Lapham-Advisor

t h e se B usi n e ss es a r e pr o u d t o su p p o rt area FFa t eams! Al Larson & Sons Plumbing & Heating 765-2405 • Preston, MN Bauer Built 765-9871 • Preston, MN Bluff Country Computer Works 886-9675 • Harmony, MN Branding Iron 765-3388 • Preston, MN Crop Production Services 886-4222 • Harmony, MN F & M Community Bank 867-1605 • Chatfield, MN 765-3823 • Preston, MN Fillmore Central School Disttrict 765-3809 • Preston, MN 886-6464• Harmony, MN Fillmore County Journal 765-2151 • Preston, MN First State Bank of Fountain Member FDIC 268-4321 • Fountain, MN

First Southeast Bank Member FDIC 743-2204 • Canton, MN 886-6922 • Harmony, MN Gehling Implement & Auction 765-2131 • Preston, MN Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN Haakenson Electric 251-5535 • Preston, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

Preston Equipment 765-3803 • Preston, MN

Kingsley Mercantile 886-2323 • Harmony, MN

Preston Foods 765-2465 • Preston, MN

Major & Company Accounting and Tax 765-4444 • Preston, MN

Preston Service Plus 765-3846 • Preston, MN

McCabe Repairs 765-2404 • Preston, MN

Ristau Farm Service 765-3873 • Preston, MN

Hahn Lumber Co Inc. 886-2232 • Harmony, MN

Morem Electric Inc. 886-4541 • Harmony, MN

S&A Petroleum - Martin Oil Preston Motor Mart bp 765-3330 • Preston, MN

Hammell Equipment Inc. 886-2255 • Harmony, MN

Nethercut Schieber Attorneys 886-6131 • Harmony, MN

Scheevel & Sons 765-4756 • Preston, MN

Harmony Agri Services, Inc. 886-6062 • Harmony, MN

Oak Meadow Meats 886-6328 • Harmony, MN

Harmony Foods 886-2225 • Harmony, MN

Ody’s Country Meats & Catering 346-2579 • Spring Valley, MN

State Representative Gregory M. Davids District 28B Paid for by People for Davids Committee of Preston, MN 951-3893 • Preston, MN

Harmony Telephone Co. 886-2525 • Harmony, MN

POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN

Harmony Veterinary Clinic 886-6321 • Harmony, MN

Preston Dairy & Farm 743-2250 • Canton, MN 765-2484 • Preston, MN

K&R Equipment 268-4425 • Fountain, MN

Torgerson’s Auto Sales & Auto Care 886-2430 • Harmony, MN Wyffels Hybrids Steve Redalen 450-2291 • Russhford, MN


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Houston/Caledonia

Houston/Caledonia FFa CHapter

Row One (L to R): Ava Hoscheit, Madison Bechtel, Sydney Hendel, Taryn Meyer, Trent King and Owen Blocker 2nd row FFA Advisor Mr. Harguth, Brooke Stemper, Jenna Banse, Kiley Meyer, Maria Miller, Rebeckah Schroeder, Ashley Ideker, Vanessa Meiners, Jenna Scanlan, Nathan Hagerott, Will Barnes and Ethan Kumpf Row two (L to R): Heidi Bolduan, Dylan Beneke, Austin Werner, Andrew Vickermann, Ryan Wagner, Jed Kasten, Noah Jennings and Adam Hoscheit. Members missing: Isabel Allen, Carson Bullerman, Mick Bullerman, Stevie Joy Bulman, AJ Hoscheit, Haley Jennings, Michaela Kasten, Madisyn Kohlmeier, Anna Mauss, Cameron Munson, Brandon Robley, Brent Robley, Levi Schmidt, Madison Zehnder Out of School Members: Hannah Bolduan, Lauren Hendel, Kyle Jennings, Josef Pettit, Casey Scanlan and Justin Stemper

tH e se B usi n e ss es a r e pr o u d t o su p p o rt area FFa t eams! Farmers Co-op Elevator Co. 896-3147 • Houston, MN

Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN

POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN

Fillmore County Journal 765-2151 • Preston, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

Scheevel & Sons 765-4756 • Preston, MN

Gary’s Pump & Well Service 896-3330 • Houston, MN

Mound Prairie Mutual Insurance Company Farm Mutual Insurance 896-3150 • Houston, MN

Severson Energy Dependable Heat 864-9229 • Rushford, MN 452-4743 • Winona, MN

State Representative Gregory M. Davids District 28B Paid for by People for Davids Committee of Preston, MN 951-3893 • Preston, MN Vickie’s Accounting Service 896-3332 • Houston, MN

rusHFord-peterson

rusHFord-peterson FFa CHapter

Ben Maynard, Kjersta Lind, Ethan Anderson, Grace Luhmann, Jordy Markergaurd-past officer Not Pictured: Hayden Stensgaurd and Shawn Marg

tH e s e B us i n e s s es a r e pr o u d t o su p p o rt area FFa t eams! Brown’s Tire, Battery & Transmission 864-2969 or 864-7049 Rushford, MN Butch Johnson Insurance 864-2800 • Rushford, MN Connaughty Sales Inc. 864-2955 • Rushford, MN Darr Auctions & Realty 864-7952 • Rushford, MN Dennis Overland Insurance Agency Inc. 864-2757 • Rushford, MN

Engelson & Associates, LTD 864-1040 • Rushford, MN Farmers Co-op Elevator Co. 864-7733 • Rushford, MN Fillmore County Journal 765-2151 • Preston, MN Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN

Merchants Banks N.A. 864-7744 • Rushford, MN 467-2145 • Lanesboro, MN

Rushford Foods 864-2878 • Rushford, MN

Micah Hanson State Farm 864-2884 • Rushford, MN

Rushford Hardware Rental & Garden Center 864-2540 • Rushford, MN

Nordic Lanes/The Creamery 864-7799 or 864-7214 Rushford, MN

Severson Energy Dependable Heat 864-9229 • Rushford, MN 452-4743 • Winona, MN

Hammell Equipment Inc. 864-2845 • Rushford, MN

Pam’s Corner Convenience Store 864-7949 • Rushford, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN


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Kingsland

Kingsland FFa chapter

Row One: (L to R): Sydney Eickhoff, Danielle Schultz, Gretchen Corson Row Two: (L to R): Kristal Brogan, Ericka Kolden, Stephanie Miner, Isaac Miller, Erica Earley, Heather Apenhorst, Liz Miller

Kingsland Youth FFa

Row one (L to R): Sydney Eickhoff, Carter Bornholdt, Adeline Lange, Lexi Harwood, Maddie Snitker, Rebecca Hansen, Elise O’Connor, Brooke Kolden, Lexie Hamersma, Hannah Lange, Shelby Beck, Gretchen Corson Row two (L to R): Heather Apenhorst, Caitlin Miner, Ellie Archer, Tessa Fox, Faith Lange, Connor Eickhoff, Tyler Hammand, Audrey Webster, Nick Eickhoff, Esther Miller, Ahnan Schleusner, Andrew Aufenthine Row three (L to R): Stephanie Miner, Erick Kolden, Danielle Schultz, Lydia Voeltz, Hannah McRae, Autumn Schreibvogel, Elizabeth Miller, Bret Musel, James Howard, Reed Jeno, Nick Fetterly , Lucas Allen, Erica Earley Row four (L to R): Thomas Warren, Skyler Mensink, William Jahn, Dakota Hammand, Elijah Miller, Treyton Pokorney, Isaac Miller

Kingsland FFa tour

Nicole Lee, Madison Reiland, Lydia Miller, Caitlin Miner, Skylar Mensink, Dakota Hammond, Tyler Hammond, Elijah Miller, Hunter Lee, Elizabeth Miller, Ericka Kolden, Brianna Hindt

Kingsland girls summer rochester urban ag Row one (L to R): Madison Reiland, Megan Schultz, Gretchen Corson, Nicole Lee, Danielle Schultz, Heather Apenhorst Row two (L to R): Caitlin Miner, Sheyenne Hamilton, and Erica Earley

t h e se bus i n e s s es a r e pr o u d t o su p p o rt area FFa t eams! CHS 867-4311 • Chatfield, MN

Hyland Motors 346-2433 • Spring Valley, MN

Marzolf Implement 346-7227 • Spring Valley, MN

Drinkall Family Forage Enterprises 259-8093 • Spring Valley, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

Matt’s Body Shop 346-2161 • Spring Valley, MN

Essig Agency 346-7244 • Spring Valley, MN

Kruegal Gas Service 346-7362 • 800-464-6121 Spring Valley, MN

Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN

Marburger Insurance 346-7646 • Spring Valley, MN

Ody’s Country Meats 346-2579 • Spring Valley, MN POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN Scheevel & Sons 765-4756 • Preston, MN

State Representative Gregory M. Davids District 28B Paid for by People for Davids Committee of Preston, MN 951-3893 • Preston, MN Sunshine Foods 346-2804 • Spring Valley, MN TJ’s Liquor 346-1979 • Spring Valley, MN


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Lanesboro

Lanesboro FFa Chapter

Row one (L to R): Bailey Ruen-Secretary, Maggie Decker-Membership Secretary, Jared Kelly-Treasurer, Treyten Chiglo-Assistant Officer Row two (L to R): Cassidy Ruud-Reporter, TJ Ruen-Vice President, Leah Ruen-President, Connor Ruen-Assistant Officer, Caroline Mayer-Assistant Officer, Alyssa Gathje-Vice President, Claire Pieper-Assistant Officer, Layton Howerton-Sentinel Row three (L to R): Jaime Rein, Jared Troendle, Kody Bearbower, Brett Wangen, Lexi Melander, Hannah Wolf, Daytona Hovland, Kaylee Peterson, Sophie Pieper Row four (L to R): Emily Snyder, Haley Polin, Andrew Luck, Alida Berg, Brynn Howerton, Nora Rein, Essa Baniissa, Janell Boyum, Josie Semmen Row five (L to R): Hunter Gehrke, Carson Schwichtenberg, Joe Gathje, Jake Gathje, Ben Snyder, Devin Troendle, Brady Stalter, Elliot Burt Row six (L to R): Jackson Mussleman, Shane Sorum, Collin Scott, Pablo Ruen, Alex Reimann, Allison Freese, Ally Kujath, Shannon Goodman, JT Rein Row seven (L to R): Ryan Holmen, Ryan Kelly, Trenten Chiglo, Trevor Ruen, Carson Ruen, Ella Cambern, Brielle Ruen, Malia Tessum, Alysse Gehrke Row eight (L to R): Zachary Torgerson, Harlee Wead, Nolan Anderson, Adam Ruen, Bodie Mayer, Joey Bradley, Caleb Gravos, Seth Betz

Lanesboro region Winter Leadership day

Lanesboro region greenhand Camp

Lanesboro state Convention at U oF m

Lhs-pem middLe sChooL ag ChaLLenge

t h e s e b Us i n e s s es a r e pr o Ud t o s U p p o rt area FFa t eams! Cedar Valley Resort 467-9000 • Whalan, MN

Kelly Printing & Signs 765-9805 • Preston, MN

Dr. James M Waldow, DDS 467-2269 • Lanesboro, MN

Krage Insurance & AE 467-3309 • Lanesboro, MN

Farmers Co-op Elevator Co. 864-7733 • Rushford, MN

Lanesboro BP Food Shop 467-2121 • Lanesboro, MN

Fillmore County Journal 765-2151 • Preston, MN Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN Haakenson Electric 251-5535 • Preston, MN

Lanesboro Sales Commission 467-2192 • Lanesboro, MN Merchants Banks N.A. 467-2145 • Lanesboro, MN 864-7744 • Rushford, MN

Peterson Creative Photography & Design 421-9906 • Lanesboro, MN POET Biorefining 765-4548 • Preston, MN

Rushford Foods 864-2878 • Rushford, MN Scheevel & Sons 765-4756 • Preston, MN

Preston Dairy & Farm 743-2250 • Canton, MN 765-2484 • Preston, MN

State Representative Gregory M. Davids District 28B Paid for by People for Davids Committee of Preston, MN 951-3893 • Preston, MN

Preston Equipment 765-3803 • Preston, MN

Sveen Excavating 273-6015 • Lanesboro, MN

Richard’s Pump Service 268-4352 • Fountain, MN


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FILLMORE COUNTY JOURNAL

Monday, February 20, 2017

The FCJ reaches over 13,000 households each week.

Citizen input on future of Chatfield swimming pool By Karen Reisner City Clerk Joel Young reported at the city council’s February 13 meeting that the Swimming Pool Committee has requested authorization to survey the community regarding the future of the swimming pool. The survey was authorized by the council and is to be conducted by Community Perceptions, a division of School Perceptions LLC. The Pool Committee wants to learn the importance of the swimming pool to the community. Should it be fixed, closed, or built new? If most want to build new or fix the pool, what functions and amenities do people want? What are residents willing to spend to fix or build new? The fees to conduct the survey will be paid by the swimming pool operating fund. Industrial Drive improvement Councilor Paul Novotny listed the steps taken to date on the Industrial Drive Improvement Project. In early 2016, the city retained city engineer, WSB, to prepare a feasibility report for the improvement of Industrial Drive. Last fall a request for proposals for the design was authorized by the council. Four engineering firms submitted proposals. Novotny said the scope of the project may change. He recommended the current engineer, WSB, adding that continuity justifies the slightly higher cost in the firm’s proposal. Young added that when the first design propos-

als were received they needed to know more. Novotny maintained they are hiring an engineer to come up with a few proposals and to do the design phase, to get it all put together. Novotny said the improvement project will get rid of the last gravel in the city. Councilor Mike Urban stated we need to find out the unknowns. Novotny continued that the plan we have at this point does not work out all the funding needed to pay for the project. The estimated cost of the project is $1.3 million. The project would involve Industrial Drive from the Conway subdivision to Hillside Drive Twelve lots for commercial/industrial use are expected to be created. The council unanimously approved hiring WSB for the design phase. Other business in brief • Craig Backen, administrator of the Chosen Valley Care Center, Inc., a non-profit corporation, and Eric Lunde, Piper Jaffrey, offered to answer any questions during a public hearing regarding the financing of the care center. The public hearing is required for the issuance of tax exempt bonds. There were no comments from the public. It was noted that the city acts only as a conduit for the financing. The refinancing of the note is for the 78-bed nursing facility, 20-unit assisted living facility, and 15-unit senior multi-family housing facility. The maximum estimated amount

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of the note to be issued to refinance the project is $2,480,000. Young said the care center is now its own entity and this is a refinancing of existing debt. The resolution for the refinancing was approved. • Brian Burkholder gave an update on the new water metering system. The new system was used for the entire city last month with only a few hiccups. Those with poor reception are being looked at. Burkholder said the system is working even better than he imagined. The system recognizes when a meter is going backwards and when there are water leaks at an individual residence. The system tells them when to alert people about a leak, which is often resulting from a leaky toilet. Urban remarked it was “money well spent.” Young said we took a “leap” forward with the water metering system. The new system allows staff to be more interactive with the public. • Kevin Carr, owner of Chosen Valley LLC/Creating Ability, had requested approval to have temporary storage units. Young said the business located at 107 1st Street SE is outgrowing its current accommodations. Carr is looking for another site/building within the city to expand his business. The temporary storage units were approved as recommended by Planning and Zoning. • Police Chief Shane Fox reported there were 1,789 printed calls in 2016. He said it was a typical year.

Fox recommended that attorney Lee Novotny handle prosecutions within the city for both the Fillmore County and the Olmsted County portions of the city. All of these cases will be heard in Fillmore County. Felony and designated gross misdemeanor cases are not handled by the city attorney, but by the appropriate county attorney. The council approved an agreement with Lee Novotny to handle prosecutions within the city. • The second consideration and publication (summary) of

Ordinance 423, Floodplain Designation, was approved. The second consideration and publication of Ordinance 424, Accessory Structures/Lot Coverage, was approved. The first consideration of Ordinance 425, Lot Coverage, was approved. This ordinance provides that the minimum lot coverage of all buildings shall not exceed 40% of the lot (R-1 Single Family Residential). • The Committee of the Whole met with the Charter Commission before the regular city council meeting and discussed the concept of a city manager form of government.

to all the FFA members who help us through the year. Rushford 864.2845

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Mabel-Canton

Mabel-Canton FFa Chapter

Row one (L to R): Debra Hershberger- Vice President, Kayla Patterson-Treasurer, Kimberly Hauber-Secretary Row two (L to R): Katlyn Hauber-Sentinel, Hannah Schneekloth-Reporter, Maddison Michels-Historian, Blake Henry-President

t h e s e b u s i n e s s e s a r e p r o u d t o s u p p o r t a r e a F Fa t e a M s ! Craigs Auto Repair 493-5399 • Mabel, MN

Good Samaritan Society 765-2700 • Preston, MN

Pit Stop Service 493-5538 • Mabel, MN

First Southeast Bank Member FDIC 743-2204 • Canton, MN 886-6922 • Harmony, MN

Miller’s Viewlawn Angus 743-8370 • Mabel, MN

Preston Equipment 765-3803 • Preston, MN

Nethercut-Schieber Attorneys 493-5088 • Mabel, MN

Solberg Welding & Ironside Trailer Sales & Service 886-4600 • 886-4602 Harmony, MN Village Farm & Home 493-5217 • Mabel, MN

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