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Golf provides a perfect family outing by Gordon Wolf Of the numerous activities families can enjoy together, golf ranks among the top choices for many families. It gets family members outside, exercise is involved and, most importantly, it’s time spent together enjoying each other’s company and making memories. Families can enjoy golfing together at any time but should also note the July is Family Golf Month. According to information from Play Golf America

(, golfing may be the perfect family vacation. Family golf outings are enjoyed by the Mark and Sue Feller family of Denison. Mark has golfed on and off since the late 1970s. A son, Adam, began golfing when he was in the third or fourth grade. Another son, Jake, plays golf with his father when he’s in Denison. Sue started golfing this year. Sue’s son, Mike Krajicek, and Mark’s son, Mike Feller, often join in the outings.

“It’s a lot of fun,” said Mark. He stated on afternoons he and Sue will play golf and alternate shots. “That’s the easiest way to teach someone who is starting to golf,” Mark explained. When all family members are at home, it wouldn’t be unusual to see the Fellers on a golf course sharing some fun family time. If you are a novice golfer, see the article in this section, “Golf Etiquette for the Beginner” for some tips.



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Enjoy summer fun at Crawford County parks Yellow Smoke Park (located east of Denison) Š 61 sites, all supplied with electricity and water Š Two open shelters, and the enclosed “Lookout” shelter Š Cabins Š Swimming beach and 40-acre lake Š Paved trail for walking or biking

Nelson Park (located six miles northwest of Dow City) Š Tent Hill: 10 sites, tents only Š Beach: 10 electric sites Š Boat ramp: 10 non-electric sites Š Modern: 54 modern sites on the hill (38 electric and 16 non-electric)

Š Total: 48 electric sites, 36 non-electric sites divided among the four areas Š Two large, one medium, and one small open shelter are available, the three largest can be reserved. Camping fees and shelter rental rates Š At Yellow Smoke Park, all sites $16 Š At Nelson Park, $15 per night for electric, $12 per night for non-electric Š Cabin rental rate is $60, plus $3 excise tax Š Camping reservations are not accepted Š Open shelters: $35, except the medium-sized shelter at Nelson Park which rents for $20 Š Enclosed “Lookout” shelter at Yellow Smoke: $75 rental plus a refundable $200 cleaning deposit Š Open shelters are available on a first-come, firstserved basis unless they are marked as reserved. Š To make shelter reservations, contact the Crawford County Conservation Board office at the Courthouse by calling 712-263-2748 Campground hosts Campground hosts are available to answer questions from the public, help with registration, offer assistance setting up camp sites, help keep the campground clean and keep restrooms supplied. Š Yellow Smoke Park: Mark and Pat Kirby of Denison Š Nelson Park: Ken and Judy Christensen of Dow City or Tim and Patty Malone of Dow City Changes for 2011 At Yellow Smoke Park - new 15-site campground opening soon, WiFi coming soon and comfort station has been renovated.

The new camping area at Yellow Smoke Park is close to opening as water is already in the campground and the electricity was recently completed. Photo by Bruce A. Binning

Fishing in Crawford County Mid-May through the June 15 will offer some of the best fishing at Crawford County’s ponds and lakes because fish are active the water is warming up. Later in

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the season, fish are more difficult to catch because they reside deeper in the water where it is cooler. Oxygen levels also play an important role. Fishing licenses are required for all resident anglers 16 and older when fishing at public and private waterways in Iowa. Many retailers offer the licenses for sale at the cost of $19.00, season-long; $13.50, seven-day; or $9.50, one day. Free Fishing Days in 2011 for Iowa residents are Friday, June 3 through Sunday, June 5. Catfish: available at Yellow Smoke park, which is stocked every other year by the Iowa DNR with approximately 4,000 eight-inch catfish. Nelson Park is also stocked with about 1,200 catfish every other year. Baits: night crawlers, chicken or beef liver, and commercial stink bait. Bluegill: good size bluegill are available throughout the month of June for the best fishing and reproduce naturally in the lakes. Baits: small worm on a small hook. Bass: legal size is 15 inches and many anglers are catching legal or undersized fish. Baits: artificial lures that mimic a minnows, frogs, tadpoles, or crayfish; minnows; and night crawlers.


Area golf courses provide fun Majestic Hills Golf Course The 18-hole, par 71 public course is located on Donna Reed Drive, about a third of a mile south of Highway 30. The course blends par 3, par 4 and par 5 holes in a lay-out to take advantage of the natural geography of the area. Depending on the tee box you choose, the combined length of the 18 holes ranges from 5,262 to 6,417 yards. Manning/Manilla Course The Manning/Manilla, located at 3535 Highway 141 between Manning and Manilla, is a nine hole course. The par is 36 for both men and women. The course features two par 3 holes, two par 5 holes and five par 4 hole. The longest hole is 475 yards. The combined distance of all nine holes is 2,860 yards.

Dunlap Golf Club This nine-hole golf course is a par 36 for men and a par 37 for women. The course features a mixture of par 3, 4 and 5 holes. The distance for the longest hole is 490 yards. The combined distance of all nine holes is 2,814 yards. Schleswig Community Golf Club The Schleswig Community Golf Club, located at 904 Valley View Drive in Schleswig, is a nine-hole course. Par for men is 35 and the par for women is 34. For men the course features two par 3 holes, six par 4 holes and one par 5 hole. For women the course features three par 3 holes, five par 4 holes and one par 5 hole. The longest hole is 481 yards. The combined distance of all nine holes is 2,708 yards.

Fishing areas Š Yellow Smoke Park, east of Denison – 40-acre lake. Fish for large-mouth bass, catfish, bluegill, crappie and white bass. Š Nelson Park, six miles northwest of Dow City – 11acre lake. Fish for large-mouth bass, catfish, bluegill and crappie. Š Ahart Rudd natural resource area, two miles southwest of Dow City – 7-acre pond. Fish for bluegill and bass. Š Newcom Dale Riggleman natural resource area, four miles northeast of Deloit – 7-acre pond. Fish for bluegill and bass. Š All areas are electric motors only. For more information contact the Crawford County Conservation Board office at the Courthouse by calling 712-263-2748

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Crawford County Events Calendar May 29: W.A. McHenry House opens for the season Open 1 to 4 p.m. on May 29 and May 30. Regular weekend hours are 1 to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday during June, July, September and October. Closed in August because the museum is not air conditioned. Admission is $3 for adults and 50 cents for children under 14 years of age. Located at the corner of 15th Street and First Avenue North in Denison. May 31: Donna Reed Heritage Museum Open 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday or by advance appointment by calling 712-263-3334. Displays includes correspondence from Western Iowa servicemen to Donna Reed, photographs of Donna Reed’ work with the USO and war bond drives, and history about the Donna Reed Theatre, formerly known as the Ritz Theater. May 31: Norelius Community Library Summer Reading Program starts The summer reading program “One World, Many Stories” hosts events for kids age three through fifth grade each Tuesday or Wednesday and Friday at the library in Denison. Kids are rewarded for reading during the summer. For more information contact children’s librarian Mary Siegner at 712-263-9355. June 10: Wildlife Conservation Cub Scout Day Camp For boys in kindergarten through third grade. Camp takes place at Yellow Smoke Park. The cost is $5. Contact Tina Holdsworth at 712-263-8595 for more information. June 21: CDC Industry Golf Outing at Majestic Hills Golf Course A four-person, best ball tournament with free Farmland hot dogs, water & soda on the course all day golf outing celebrating industry in Denison. Registration required. For more information contact the Chamber and Development Council of Crawford County (CDC) at 712263-5621. June 3-5: Sherri & Julie’s Dance & Gymnastics recitals Denison High School Fine Arts Center June 3-5: Free Fishing Days at all Iowa waterways Iowa residents fish free Friday through Sunday. For more information contact Crawford County Conservation at 712-263-2748 or visit the Iowa DNR website at June 4-5: Clarence Chamberlin Days “Fly First & Fight Afterward: The Life of Col. Clarence D. Chamberlin” movie premier at Donna Reed Theatre on Saturday at 3 p.m. Denison Optimists Club Flight Breakfast Sunday 7 to 11:30 a.m. featuring pancakes, French toast, and sausage. Fee for visitors’ breakfast; pilots and passengers eat free. For more information contact Ed Schau at 712-263-3898.

June 5: 128th Annual King Shoot Polkafest celebration featuring the Jolly Home Brewers at the Five Mile House south of Westside. The traditional Schuetzen Verein – one of two remaining in Iowa – includes a target shooting competition from noon until 5 p.m. with an awards presentation following. June 7 & 14: 4-H Day Camps at Yellow Smoke Park Jr. Day Camp on June 7 and Clover Kid Camp on June 14 take place at Yellow Smoke Park hosted by Crawford County Iowa State University Extension. Pre-registration is required by May 31; cost is $15. Contact the extension office at 712-263-4697. June 18: Crawford County Relay for Life A benefit the American Cancer Society. For more information contact Lori Brockman at 712-263-2789 or 712-263-1935. June 25: Cities-wide garage sale Garage sales in Arcadia, Westside and Vail. Three communities, one HUGE garage sale. For more information see www, June 20-25: Donna Reed Foundation Children’s Musical Theater The Children’s Musical Theater week will culminate with a performance of “Sleeping Beauty, Kids” on Saturday, June 25, beginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Denison High School Fine Arts Center. For more information, contact the Donna Reed Foundation office at 712-2633334 or log onto June 27: Iowa Cattlemen’s Association Beef Masters Open at Majestic Hills Golf Course, Denison. The Beef Masters Open, a fundraising event for ICA, is an 18hole, four-person best shot golf tournament. For more information, contact Merle Witt at 515-231-7310 or log onto the ICA website at July 7: Denison Farmers’ Market opens Thursdays, 3 to 6 p.m. through October 27. Located on First Avenue North behind HyVee. July 2: Izaak Walton League children’s fishing contest at Yellow Smoke Park For children ages 1 to 16. Door prizes and trophies awarded. July 2: Independence Day celebration At the Yellow Smoke Park east of Denison. Fireworks will be presented by the Denison Fire Department and there will be activities for the entire family. For more information, see page 6.

July 16: Life & Times of Sinatra First performance in the “American Icon Series” at the Donna Reed Theatre at 7 p.m. July 21-13: Cat and Dog Days in Denison An array of sidewalk sales hosted by local businesses. The Chamber and Development Council can provide more information by calling 712-263-5621 July 21-24: Crawford County Fair at the Fairgrounds in Denison Daily 4-H and FFA shows and exhibits and nightly entertainment. See the Crawford County Speedway ad on page 6 for grandstand events. Visit and click on “2011 Crawford County Fairbook” for a complete fair schedule or contact the Crawford County Fair office at 712-2635306. August 2: CDC Small Business Golf Outing at Majestic Hills Golf Course A tournament recognizing small business in Denison; pre-registration required. For more information contact the Chamber and Development Council of Crawford County (CDC) at 712-263-5621. August 2: Fishing Cub Scout Day Camp For boys in kindergarten through third grade. Camp takes place at Yellow Smoke Park. The cost is $5. Contact Tina Holdsworth at 712-263-8595 for more information. August 5-6: Statewide sales tax holiday Shop at stores statewide to purchase qualifying items of clothing and shoes without paying sales tax. Call the Iowa Department of Revenue at 800-367-3388 or online at September 10: Eleanor Roosevelt Second performance in the “American Icon Series” at the Donna Reed Theatre at 7 p.m. September 16-17: 63rd Annual Schleswig Calf Show Days Celebration Activities include a parade, craft show, carnival rides, Staley's Food Service's chicken dinner sponsored by Immanuel Lutheran Church Ladies, bake sale sponsored by the Immanuel Lutheran Church pre-school, and quilt raffle and sales. Contact Janice Jepsen at Bank Iowa at 712-676-3321 for more details or to book a table for the craft show. October 1: Artistry of Barbara Streisand Third, and final, performance in “American Icon Series” at the Donna Reed Theatre at 7 p.m.

July 12: Sports Night Cub Scout Day Camp For boys in kindergarten through third grade. Camp takes place at Northside Rec. The cost is $5. Contact Tina Holdsworth at 712-263-8595 for more information.


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Get ready for a fun-filled Independence Day celebration at Yellow Smoke Park Denison’s Independence Day celebration is returning to Yellow Smoke Park this summer with one of the biggest hits from last year’s event – the Sink or Float Cardboard Boat Race, which last year attracted 16 entries. The celebration is Saturday, July 2, with events beginning at 7:30 with the Firecracker Dam Run/Walk and ending at 10 p.m. with the fireworks display. The events are sponsored by the Denison Tourism Board. Schedule Š Firecracker Dam Run/Walk Registration begins 6:30 a.m.; race starts 7:30 a.m. Course is approximately a four-mile loop on the concrete bike trail. Entries fee is $20 if postmarked by June 15. Entry fee day of race is $25. Age groups include 18 and under, 19 to 29, 30 to 39 and 40 and over. Cash awards for first three male and first three female runners of the four-mile run in each age group. Š Izaak Walton Fishing Tournament Sponsored by Clarence Bartlett Chapter of the Izaak Walton League. Registration 8 a.m. at boat dock. Tournament 8 to 11 a.m. Weigh-in 11 a.m. at east side of shelter house. Open to anyone under the age of 16. Bait not provided. Hot dogs, pop and chips available to participants after the weigh-in. Awards presented in age groups fish caught. Door prizes given. Š Sand Volleyball Tournament Registration 12:30 to 1 p.m. Entry fee $60 per team if postmarked by June 15, $65 the day of the tournament. Teams consist of six players, two of whom must be women. Awards are $75 for first place, $50 for second place and $50 for third place. Š Sand Castle Contest Begins at 1 p.m. Awards presented in four categories – tallest castle, longest castle, most patriotic castle, most unique castle. All participants receive a gift bag. Š Sink or Float Cardboard Boat Race Check in at 3:30 p.m. at west end of beach, boat judging at 4:30 p.m., race begins at 5 p.m. For more information see box to the right. Š Kids Carnival at Nature Center 7 to 9 p.m. Cost is $1 for five tickets. Kids can play carnival games and make crafts, then spend their winnings in the prize store. Š Bullseye, a band from Omaha, will entertain from 6 to 9:30 p.m. with a variety of country and classic rock music. Š Fireworks, 10 p.m. Brochures containing entry forms are available at Denison City Hall on North Main Street and will be included with the Denison Municipal Utilities bills. Also watch for posters to be displayed soon.

The Sink or Float Cardboard Boat Race, a hit at last year’s Independence Day celebration at Yellow Smoke Park, is returning on July 2 this year. Photo by Bruce A. Binning

Popular Sink or Float Cardboard Boat Race to make a comeback The Sink or Float cardboard boat race will be another repeat event at this year’s Independence Day celebration. In the race, a time trial will consist of each boat racing against the clock in each heat. First, second and third place trophies will be awarded to the winners of the best time of the day. Additional prices will be awarded for Best Original Design/Theme/Uniqueness, Best construction, Most Spectacular Sinking, Slowest Boat, Largest Crew Aboard, and Last Boat to Float. After the timed races, a water war with all remaining floatable boats will battle to the end. Check in will be at 3:30 p.m. at west end of beach with boat judging at 4:30 p.m. The race will begin at 5 p.m. Entry fee - $15, includes $5 clean-up deposit. Other rules Š Entire boat must be built of cardboard Š Cardboard may be of any thickness and may be layered together Š Cardboard carpet tubes may be used Š Duct tape, masking tape or adhesives such as Liquid Nails may only be used to reinforce seams and stress points

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Tracie Miller made the trophies for the winners of the Sink or Float Cardboard Race on July 2. She and Sue Bergamo are organizing the celebration. Photo submitted

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Norelius Community Library summer reading program to begin Tuesday, May 31 With the ending of May, begins the kids’ summer reading program at Norelius Community Library in Denison. This summer’s theme is “One World, Many Stories.” The program has two age levels: preschool for kids age three through five and grade school for kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. To kick off the “One Wold, Many Stories” summer the first event will be at the band shell at Wasington Park on Tuesday, May 31. It will include a picnic with sam-

June in Denison means Clarence Chamberlin Days Record breaking aviator Clarence Chamberlin, a native of Denison, will be remembered with special events over the course of two days in early June. Film Director and Producer Billy Tooma will premier his documentary “Fly First & Fight Afterward: The Life of Clarence D. Chamberlin” at the Donna Reed Theatre in uptown Denison at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 4. A free will donation will be accepted at the screening. Chamberlin flew his plane “Miss Columbia” across the Atlantic with a passenger from new York to Berlin. He made the record setting trip from June 4 through 6, 1927. The passage was 3,927 miles and took 43 hours and 31 minutes. On Sunday, June 5, a flight breakfast will take place at the Denison Municipal Airport from 7 to 11:30 a.m. Pancakes, French toast, sausage, milk, coffee and orange drink will be served. The cost for an adult breakfast is $5.50 in advance or $6 at the door, children 5 to 12 years old eat for $2.50 and children younger than 5 eat for free. Pilots and passengers eat free. During the flight breakfast airplane rides will be provided starting at 10 a.m., for a fee, weather permitting. Iowa Air National Guard aircraft will also be on display. Proceeds from the movie and breakfast will be used for youth related projects of the Optimist Club, which is sponsoring the events. For more information about Clarence Chamberlin Days contact Optimist Ed Schau at 712-263-3898 or the Denison Municipal Airport at 712-263-6424.

plings of ethnic foods, entertainment by dancers and a craft where kids can make a bowl and break a piñata. Following sessions will take place each week at the library. Meeting times are either Tuesday or Wednesday at one of two times each day. Friday each week is craft day at the library. To take part in the summer reading program kids – with their parents’ help – keep track of their reading during the summer and earn tickets and several opportunities at the chance to win prizes.

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Golf etiquette for the beginner by Scott D. Turner Many new players are anxious to get out there and hit their first golf ball, but before you step out on the first tee and swing away, it would be very helpful to actually know what you're doing. Golf is a "gentleman's" sport and has a set number of rules, guidelines and regulations to follow for the enjoyment of all. Try not to hit your first ball off the first tee without warming up first. During a round of golf, you put your body through a very rigorous workout by stretching it in every direction imaginable. You need to get those muscles ready for that workout. Start by swinging with the short irons and working your way to longer irons and into your woods. Finish by hitting a few putts on the practice green. Make sure you warm up the knees and ankles. An ankle sprang is "death" on the golf course. On the first tee check your score card for any local rules you are playing. Back at the clubhouse, you may want to ask if there are any fairways with "ground under repair." Many courses provide relief from these fairway areas by lifting your ball and placing it outside of the repair area. Make sure to place an identifying mark on your ball and inform the other players the type and number ball you are playing. Avoid slow play and try to keep up with the pace of play and with the group in front of you. Walk at a reasonable speed to your next shot, and begin planning it as you approach the ball by studying the strength and direction of the wind. When you reach your ball, check the lie, select your club, visualize your swing and shot, and then play your shot. From the time you select your club until you actually hit your shot, you should take no more than 30 to 45 seconds. If you aren't ready to play when it is your turn, encourage one of your fellow players to play. A golf course is a delicate place and demands special

attention from all. The keep it in the best shape possible, follow these guidelines, (on many courses, these guidelines turn into mandatory actions.) Always replace your divots. Sometimes turf tends to explode on impact, making it difficult, if not impossible, to replace the divot. In this case, you have two options: 1) You can use the toe of your shoe to kick in the turf around the edges of the divot, and 2) Many courses often put containers of a soil/seed mixture on their carts and tees. If this is the case, simply fill in the divot with the mixture. As you progress through your golfing career, you'll most likely see the in inside of a sand bunker. This requires special care by raking the bunker after your shot. Nothing is more frustrating in golf than to come up on a bunker shot and finding your ball in a very large sand divot. (Remember, you play the ball as it lies.) Bring a rake into the bunker with you -- remembering that you should always enter the bunker from the low side at a point nearest the ball.

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Lake View to host first-ever Stone Pier Summer Concert Series Local music lovers are excited about the latest addition to Lake View’s seasonal event calendar. The community is turning one of their historic stone piers into a stage for five evenings this summer. The stone piers in Town Bay were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during the Great Depression and completely restored in 1999. Named to the National Register of Historic Places, these landmarks offer a perfect setting for fishing, bird watching, relaxing and now, for hosting live music performances. Bands will begin on the west stone pier at 7 p.m. and play until dusk. Food will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the concert series and event merchandise will also be available. Guests are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket to listen on land, or listen by boat on beautiful Black Hawk Lake. Brasher/Bogue, featuring Sac County native Dustin Bogue, is headlining the series with a show on July 8. The duo was originally scheduled for July 1, but a recent call from the Kenny Chesney tour asking them to perform at the pre-parties on Chesney’s upcoming tour forced a date change. Bogue, currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, has been on a musical journey that has taken him through hundreds of

honky-tonks, fairs and festivals over the last decade. Recently, Bogue joined forces with Andy Brasher to form Brasher/Bogue. The first show of the series on Friday, May 27, will be the only show to begin at 6:15 p.m. Musicians from the East Sac County High School band will open the entire series, followed by a double bill featuring King Of The Tramps and The Further Adjustments. This will be the debut public performance for King Of The Tramps, an original roots-rock group based out of Auburn. The band was started by guitarist and lead vocalist Todd Partridge, who spent more than 10 years creating original music with the western Iowa-based group, Salamagundi. Justin Snyder of Lake View adds lead guitar, Rich Baker plays bass and brothers Adam and Ryan Audlehelm round things out on keyboards and drums. King Of The Tramps takes its name from the legend, Tex, King Of The Tramps. Tex rode the rails in the 1930s and 1940s, often leaving his mark, “Tex K.T.” carved into bridges, fences and building across the United States. His moniker has been found near old railways around the plans of west central Iowa. The Further Adjustments are an up-andcoming indie rock band

based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The group features Reilly Partridge on lead vocals and guitar, son of Todd Partridge (King Of The Tramps) and a member of the inaugural East Sac County High School class of 2008. Drummer Josh Wiederin is a 2088 graduate of nearby GliddenRalston. Other group members include Zach Olson (guitar), Evan Koch (bass), and Alec Albright (guitar/ keys). Reilly said he is “really looking forward to playing for friends and new fans in the area.” The June 10 concert will feature Slow Jam, a band that plays classic rock and country tunes primarily from the 60s,

SUMMER EVENT CALENDAR Saturday, May 28: • Denison Art Show: Rewind, Relax, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Washington Park, Denison. • Kid’s Fishing Tournament at Nelson Park, Dow City. 8 to 11 a.m. 12 years and under. Sunday, May 29: • Dow House (Dow City) Re-opening Celebration. Walk through tour on May 28 & 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 31: • “One World, Many Stories,” Norelius Community Library Summer Reading Program Kickoff Event. Saturday & Sunday, June 4-5: • Clarence Chamberlain Days & Flight Breakfast in Denison. Saturday, June 11: • 125th Anniversary Celebration of Zion Lutheran School, Denison. Schedule begins at 1 p.m. at Yellow Smoke Shelter, Denison. Sunday, June 12: • Driving for Dollars - 3rd Annual WESCO Foundation Golf Tournament. Saturday, June 18: • 15th Anniversary Crawford County Relay for Life. Tuesday, June 21: • CDC’s Industry 4 Person Best Ball Golf Tournament at Majestic Hills Golf Course, Denison. Saturday, July 2: • Kids Fishing Tournament - Fun Day at Yellow Smoke Park, Denison. • Independence Day Celebration.

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Saturday-Monday, July 2-4: • Manilla’s Quasquicentennial (125th) Celebration. Tuesday, July 12: • 2nd Annual Hospital Foundation of Crawford County Charity Golf Tournament. Saturday, July 16: • Part of the American Icon series - The Life and Times of Sinatra. Donna Reed Foundation, Denison. • Denison Flea Market at Crossroads Center, intersection of Hwys. 141, 59 & 39 (next to McDonald’s) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday - Saturday, July 21-23: • Cat & Dog Days in Denison. Thursday-Sunday, July 21-24: • Crawford County Fair, Denison. Tuesday, August 12: • CDC Small Business 4-Person Best Ball Golf Tournament at Majestic Hills Golf Course, Denison. Thursday-Saturday, August 4-6: • Lincoln Highway Buy Way Yard Sale along the Lincoln Hwy. in Iowa. Friday-Saturday, August 5-6: • Tax Free Weekend. Saturday, August 20: • Denison Flea Market at Crossroads Center, intersection of Hwys. 141, 59 & 39 (next to McDonald’s) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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70s and 80s. Founding member Larry Heschke of Fonda (bass/ vocals) has played in a number of bands and owned the Roadhouse in Knoke when it was famous for live bands. Other group members include Paul Sleezer of Cherokee (drums/vocals), Dan “Dunker” Ludwig of Lake City (guitar/vocals) and Dan’s son, high school senior Seth Ludwig (lead guitar). On August 5, two acts will perform for the second double billing of the summer. Brad Morgan, a talented young man who grew up on a farm near Manning, will play his signature mix of folk, country, blues and rock.

Joining Morgan will be the veteran Des Moines roots-rock band Brother Trucker, which has released four albums and toured the Midwest extensively since 2000. Singer-songwriter-guitarist Andy Fleming tells deep stories with his lyrics while guitarist Mike Fitzpatrick, bassist Lyle Kevin Hodge, drummer Jim Viner and keyboardist Matt Jesson are credited for helping to set the tone for each song. The Full Blown Woodies will rock the crowd when the final concert of the season takes place in conjunction with Lake View’s “Rock & Run” on Saturday, September 3. The Rock & Run is an evening 8K run and two mile run/walk event where the finish line will be placed merely feet from the stone pier stage. A summary of the 2011 Stone Pier Summer Concert Series Schedule is: Friday, May 27 – King Of The Tramps and The Further Adjustments Friday, June 10 – Slow Jam Friday, July 8 – Brasher/Bogue Friday, August 5 – Brother Trucker and Brad Morgan Saturday, September 3 – The Full Blown Woodies (with Rock & Run event) For more information, visit, find Lake View on Facebook at ViewIA or follow Lake View on Twitter @LakeViewIA.

Lake View features Main Street Farmers’ Market Main Street Farmers’ Market, a popular Saturday morning activity in Lake View, is now open according to Gen Voss this year’s organizer. Located on the empty lot south of Trappers Den, the Market will be on Saturdays from 8 a.m. until noon May through September. A special opening will be Saturday, June 4 at Sip & Sample event from 4-7 pm. The market will offer baked goods, seasonal locally grown fruits and vegetables, jellies, jams, goat’s milk soap, flavored vinegars, specialty coffees, grill woks, perennials, horseradish, lotion bars, Mexican vanilla, tomatillo salsa kits, wine bottle cheese trays, gourmet dip mixes, pasta, cake balls, breads and rolls, patio herb gardens, handmade aprons, fresh flowers, cutting boards, whole-grain pilaf kits, asparagus, laundry sticks, pesto kits, jewelry, cookies, bars, pies and uniquely designed and hand crafted items. For more information, call Gen Voss, 712-6605077.

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4-H day camps planned for June at Yellow Smoke Park Two Saturdays in June, youth from Crawford County are invited to Yellow Smoke Park near Denison to experience 4-H Day Camps presented by Iowa State University Extension. On Saturday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jr. Day Camp for kids in grades fourth through sixth will take place. Activities will include crafts, games, other activities and swimming, if possible. The camp this year is science themed with an emphasis on rockets. The cost to attend is $15 and includes lunch. Clover Kid Camp takes place on Saturday, June 14 from 1 to 3 p.m., also at Yel-

low Smoke Park. The theme is “Let Your Imagination Grow.” Kids attending the camp will participate in games activities and crafts and be served a snack. The cost is $15. Registration is required to attend either day camp. To register for 4-H Day Camps visit the Crawford County ISU Extension office located at 35 South Main Street in uptown Denison where registration forms are available. The registration deadline is Tuesday, May 31. For more information contact the Extension office at 712-263-4697.

Cub Scouts plan fun summer activities Cub Scouts from Pack 49 are planning several outdoor activities this summer. Any boy who has completed kindergarten through third grade and is interested in joining Cub Scouts are also welcome to attend any or all of these day camps. The camps and camp themes are: Š Wildlife Conservation June 10, 2011 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm Nature Center, Yellow Smoke Park Š Sports Night July 12, 2011 from 4:30 to 7:30 pm Northside Rec, West Field Š Fishing August 2, 2011 from 9:00 to 11:00 am Nature Center, Yellow Smoke Park. Cost for these day camps is $5 per boy, per camp. Boys are asked to bring a water

bottle, but snacks are provided. To register and get the times for any or all of these camps, please contact our camping coordinator, Tina Holdsworth at 712-2638595 or, at least a week in advance of each camp. For nonregistered boys, we ask that an adult family member stay at the camp. Cub Scouts from Pack 49 offer fun activities throughout the year including the Raingutter Regatta in November, the Pinewood Derby in March, Cake Bake, Science Fair, other camps and fun overnight activities. For more information about Pack 49 Cub Scouts, contact Cubmaster Willie Smith at 712-263-8404, or Committee Chair Christy Welch at 712-269-1987.

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Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty, Kids” coming to Denison How do you turn a darling little girl into a wicked sorceress? Where can you rent a dragon? How do you transform a cluster of children into an army of minions? And, how do you construct a towering castle from just cardboard and paint? These are just a few of the challenges facing directors of the Donna Reed C h i l d r e n ’s Musical Theater production of Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty, Kids.” The weeklong workshop, June 20 to 25, concludes with a performance for the public on Saturday, June 25, at 2:30 p.m.. “It’s always fun to come back and work with students who are so motivated,” said director Allison Rasmussen. “They learn their lines and songs in just five days. Plus, I have this dream team of folks to help make a great, fun production for the kids. I’m really looking forward to the Saturday afternoon performance.” Registrations are now being accepted for participants at both age levels. Ages 6 to 8 (with parent/guardian) will meet

from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., June 20 through 24. Cost of the workshop is $40 with Crawford County residents paying a discounted tuition of $32. Ages 9 to 13 will meet 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., June 20 to 24, with tuition of $100. Crawford County residents pay a discounted tuition of $80. In the story, it's princess Aurora's 16th birthday, and Flora, Fauna and Merryweather must use their fairy magic to save her from the spell of evil sorceress, Maleficent! The classic fairy-tale told Disney-style features songs from the beloved film, including "Once Upon a Dream," and fun new songs like "Maleficent!" and "A Little Magic Now" to bring a fresh telling of the story to a new generation of kids and families. Registration material for Children’s Musical Theatre is available at m, by calling 712-263-3334 or by stopping at the Donna Reed Foundation office, 1305 Broadway, Denison.

Manilla celebrates 125 years Over the Fourth of July weekend in 2011 Manilla will celebrate its quasquicentennial with a host of activities. On Saturday, July 2, a 6-6 basketball tournament will take place as well as a 5K road race and walk that begins at 8 a.m. at the Manilla Middle School. Saturday evening “Whiskey River” will perform at Memorial Hall and “Hold For Swank” will play at Bandshell Park.

Sunday morning starts with breakfast by Criss Cakes, followed by the Bill Riley Talent Show and later a tractor pull and chicken supper by Staley’s. The Fourth of July will be celebrated with a parade, white horse patrol and fireworks. Other family activities taking place on Monday, July 4, include mud volleyball, kids’ games and rides, bingo, a card tournament, beer garden, and auction.

In commemoration of the town’s 125th anniversary, as it was founded in 1886, a Speltz Studio of Wildlife collector’s print is being released that features a representation of downtown Manilla at the turn of the last century. For more information about the quasquicentennial celebration or a commemorative print contact Pat and Barb Wuestewald at 712-654-9923.

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Special events planned for Aquatic Center The Denison Aquatic Fun Center has several special events planned to make summer more relaxing and fun. Š Wednesday June 8: Splash Party from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Games, races, and other fun activities for all ages will be featured. Š Wednesday June 29: Junior Olympic Day starting at 2 p.m. Teams will compete in different games and races. Š Friday July 8, 4:30 to 5:15 p.m.: KDSN Cash Splash. Š Wednesday July 20: Denison Aquatic Fun Center’s birthday celebrated from 2 to 5 p.m.; games and activities for everyone. Š Wednesday August 3: Back to school splash party from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Along with the special events, the Denison Aquatic Fun Center, located at 710 North 16th Street, continues to be a place where children and adults can have fun swimming and playing in the water, but it offers much more than that.

Outdoor pool Š Zero elevation to water from the sunning beach Š Maximum depth, 12 feet at diving end Š One-meter board Š Water heated 75 to 80 degrees (heater turned off on warm summer days) Š Popular features for children are two 150foot water slides that empty into separate catch pool Š Children’s pool features five bubbly geysers, “Freddie the Frog” – a frog-shaped slide and a mushroom fountain Š Children’s pool is gated and includes a shaded area Indoor pool Š Six lanes Š Depth ranges from three to 10 fee Š Water heated to 86 degrees Š Two lap lanes open all the time (additional lap lanes open in the early morning, mid-morning and at night) Š Other features - water basketball, water volleyball, tot dock area for young children,

sauna, whirlpool heated to 103 degrees Š Easy access to pool steps going into the water; hydraulic lift available to access the pool or whirlpool Š Phone available for children to call parents Š Locker padlocks available for rent, or people may bring their own Mini-Golf Š 18-hole mini-golf course included with

pool admission Sand volleyball Š Sand volleyball court available and included with admission Concessions The Snack Shack can be accessed from indoors and outdoors Water exercises and swimming lessons People can use the indoor pool at aquatic center for some serious workouts.

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Water exercise classes are offered from 5:30 to 6:30 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 5:15 to 6 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday. The exercise classes are taught by a water exercise instructor. Red Cross swimming lessons are offered for people ages six months through adult. Session I is from June 20 to June 30. Session II is from July

11 to July 21. The classes are Monday through Thursday for two weeks for a total of eight classes. The fee is $24 per child and $27 per adult. Classes are taught by certified Water Safety Instructors. Infant and toddler classes are taught for children ages six months to three years. Preschool classes are for children ages 4-5 and prepare preschoolers for Levels I and II. Swim team A summer swim team is offered. The swim team season begins May 31 and lasts until July 9. Other details Water Safety Instructor (WSI) classes are taught at the aquatic center. Aquatics Director Patti K. Boettger/Kati Dorale are certified to teach WSI. The pool has three Lifeguard Instructors Brianna Hansohn, Tiffany Naberhaus and Stephanie Henningsen – and offers three Lifeguard classes. The Denison Aquatic Fun Center employs American Red Cross certified lifeguards.

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