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Harms works last day as city clerk No agendas or plans loom for future By Pat Racette The start of never having to work from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. began last Thursday for Sandy Harms. The City of Allison clerk arose at the same time she has the last nearly 27 years - 6:30 a.m. She ate breakfast and drank a cup of coffee, but didnt scurry off to work. Instead she took a walk with her husband, Tom, to Wilder Park. Sitting down on one of the benches at her destination, she took in the peacefulness of the morning; the birds chirping, the pond still and the canopy hovering. Then, the couple turned around and walked back home. Sandy had another cup of coffee out on her comfy front porch when she got back; browsing one of her favorite magazines she never had time to read. She eventually took a shower, realizing this was her first day of many of not having to work. Later, her grandchildren, Macy, 6, and Wrigley, 3, came over to visit, and Sandy made them a couple different homemade options for lunch. Harmsâ€™ time as city clerk isnâ€™t officially up until November, however, she built up enough vacation and sick days to finish at the end of July, with her last Wednesday, July 31. No longer will she be sitting in the corner front window office facing Main Street. â€œItâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s over, the time goes so fast,â€? Harms said. â€œIâ€™m looking forward to it. A year ago I knew I this would be it, and Iâ€™ve wanted this for a long time.â€? When Harms began in 1986, Chuck Fischel was the mayor, and
city council members included Bill Codner, Bon Heeren, Cleve Trent, Bill Wix Sr. and Jack Cooper. She worked under four mayors, including current mayor Scot Henrichs twice. After Fischel, Cooper was mayor, then Henrichs and Don Wiliamson, before Henrichs was elected as mayor again. â€œMy biggest memory there is when the land for Wilder Park was purchased,â€? she said. â€œThere was just one tree, and volunteers created a road by bulldozing a way into the park.â€? She beat out seven other applicants to get the job, as it was pointed out in an old article at her city clerksâ€™ retirement a week prior. She mentioned the swim pool committee that got the city pool constructed through fundraising dollars, along with the airport that need no city maintenance with Lester Schrage, Doc George North, Jay Schrage and people before them providing it. Her friend and co-worker, Utility Clerk Chris Graser, will now be working with new city clerk Glenda Miller. Harms said Graser was a great working partner, and good, active community member. Though she eventually plans to volunteer, Harms will take her time to breathe and release from all the deadlines she will not miss. She may be golfing with Tom at Greene or Parkersburg courses or just enjoying the time. She plans on contacting people she hasnâ€™t seen in awhile, touring places in Iowa and seeing her kids that donâ€™t live in Allison, Cindy and Clint, in Fort Dodge and Fairfield. But for now, she has no plans,
Frog (Gerald Fortin) and Bookworm Bonnie (Bonnie Morris) were elected the 2013 King and Queen of the Hobos, Saturday at Britt. The 113th National Hobo Convention was held Aug. 6-11. LEADER photo by Sarah Freesemann
Frog and Bookworm Bonnie crowned hobo royalty
Sandy Harms no reservations or agendas, only an open mind to take in what each day brings. The city council is holding an open house for Sandyâ€™s retirement
Friday from 9 a.m. to noon at City Hall. Stop by to share memories, enjoy a treat of coffee and congratulate Harms on 27 years of service to the city. The opportunity to meet new clerk Miller will also be available.
By Sarah Freesemann BRITT - Rounds of thunderous applause elected this yearâ€™s Hobo King and Queen at the gazebo in Britt Saturday afternoon, Aug. 10. The 2013 King and Queen are Frog and Bookworm Bonnie. The 113th annual National Hobo Convention was held Aug. 6-11. Frog (a.k.a. Gerald Fortin) was chosen King of the Hoboâ€™s 1997. He is very shocked and excited to be King once more. â€œI strongly suspected Tuck (fellow hobo candidate) to be elected. He is very well respected and great,â€? Frog said, â€œIt feels great to be elected King again and I did not expect it, I didnâ€™t even expect to run again until Tuck talked me into it.â€? Frog resides in Helena, Mo. He
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Judy Harper, left, and daughter Shelley Glenzinski, right, hold up a toast at TownsEnd Winery in Hansell. The family-run business will be hosting their annual wine release festival August 31 and September 1 from 1-6 p.m. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)
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Wine continued from page 3 plained the addition of the outdoor stage has helped expand on that. “Highway Home, they don’t have to come here. We’re a little small for them, but I think they enjoy the venue and event, so they come back,” Judy said. The family expects between 600 to 1,000 people to show up throughout the weekend. Though its focus is on wine, the celebration is a familyoriented event. Scheduled are kids games, a bean bag toss tournament and a grape stomp. Participants get the opportunity to kick off their shoes and crush grapes with their bare feet to make juice. “We try to have something here for everyone,” said Judy. “It’s surprising how many people want to do the stomp. It’s just kind of a fun thing to do.” Both Judy and Glenzinkski were excited for the arts and crafts show as well. They said numerous artists from throughout the state would be on hand to showcase their paintings, sculptures, metalwork and glasswork. Additionally, various food vendors, including the ever-popular fried pie maker, will be on hand. “I can’t eat wheat products, but everyone tells me how delicious those pies are,” said Glenzinski. “My brother doesn’t even like pies, but he always raves about those.” With all the other events taking place that weekend, Judy said sometimes it’s easy to forget what the celebration is all about—the wine. Towns End usually has 12-15 types of wine available, and the festival gives the business an opportunity to showcase last year’s wines that have just now matured and become ready for customers. “Last year’s harvest was great and produced a lot of sweet grapes, which makes for better wine,” said Glenzinski. “We’re really happy with 2012’s product.” TownsEnd will be unveiling a new wine at the festival in addition to their usual selection. “It’s called Summer Nights and it’s a blended wine. But that’s all we’re saying until the release,” said Judy. The festival is held to showcase TownsEnd’s products, but the family also explained that it’s a celebration of all things local. “I think there’s two things that set us apart from most other wineries throughout the state,” said Glenzinski. “One, we’re using 96 percent of our own fruits grown here in our vineyards. Two, we have a committment to our community and try to support our local businesses—we support people that support us. To me, that’s what makes us different.”