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Index:
— Mayor’s welcome................................3
— City utilities/ordinances ......................4
— City personnel ....................................5
— School information....................7, 9, 11
— Glencoe City Center ................ ..13, 15
— History ..............................................17
— City parks..............................19, 21, 23
— BMX track ........................................25
— Country Club ....................................25
— Town baseball ..................................27
— Hospital ......................................29, 31
— Glencoe Days....................................33
— City map ......................................34-35
— Other Activities ................................37
— Area churches..............................39, 41
— Holly Days ........................................43
— Clubs/Organizations..........................45
— County committees ..........................46
— County board/administration ............47
— Tim Orth Jamboree ..........................49
— County parks................................50-51
— Snowmobile trail map ......................52
— Other city councils ............................53
— Cabin Fever Days..............................55
— State/federal legislators ....................57
— Glencoe Business Expo ....................59
— Senior Housing..................................60
— Heat in the Street ..............................61
— Pola-Czesky Days ............................63
— Township officials/name origins ......65
— Rental units ......................................66
— Stewartfest ........................................67
— Alphabetical Advertising Index ........68
Community
Churches
Berean Baptist Church . . . . .40
Christ Lutheran Church . . . .40
First Congregational . . . . . . .40
First Ev. Lutheran . . . . . . . . .40
Good Shepherd Lutheran . . .40
St. John’s Ev. Lutheran . . . . .40
Library
Glencoe Public Library . . . .10
Newspaper
McLeod County Chronicle . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 32, 41, 56
Organizations
Crow River Sno Pros . . . . . .52
Glencoe Area Chamber . . . .14
Glencoe Lions . . . . . . . . . . .26
Glencoe VFW . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Education
Schools
ECFE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
First Lutheran School . . . . . . .8
GSL Public Schools . . . . . . . .6
Wee Friends Creative
Preschool . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Entertainment
Crow River Winery . . . . . . .22
Glencoe City Center . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Country Club . . . . .10
KDUZ/KARP/KGLB . . . . . .42
Pla-Mor Ballroom . . . . . . . .32
Silver Lake Auditorium . . . .20
Health/Medical
Chiropractor
Gauer Chiropractic Clinic . .12
Glencoe Family Chiropractic . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
PureLife Chiropractic . . . . . .14
Dentists
Contemporary Dental . . . . . .56
Dentists, cont.
Dunbar Dental Clinic . . . . . .56
Thomas A. Schoeneberger . .56
Fitness
Panther Field House . . . . . . .24
Snap Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Medical
GRHS . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover
Hearing Care Specialists . . .56
Dominion Home Health . . . .26
Hutchinson Health . . . . . . . .30
Mental Health
The Jonas Center . . . . . . . . .26
Industries
Seneca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
T C & W Railroad . . . . . . . .42
Real Estate
Manufactured Homes
Glen Knoll Manufactured
Home Park/Storage . . . . . .56
Real Estate Agents
Coldwell Banker Burnet . . . .12
Exsted Realty . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Priority One/Metrowest . . . .56
Re/Max Homes . . . . . . . . . . .14
Senior Housing
Grand Meadows . . . . . . . . . .38
Services
Alteration/Dry Cleaning
The Temple Cleaners . . . . . .14
Accounting/Tax Services
Jerry Scharpe LPA Ltd . . . . .22
Schad, Lindstrand & Schuth .28
Appliances
Dale’s Appliance &
Refrigeration, Inc. . . . . . . .56
Auto Sales/Service
Al’s Auto Sales, Inc. . . . . . . .22
Harpel Bros. Inc. . . . . . . . . . .1
Auto Sales/Service, cont.
NAPA Auto Parts . . . . . . . . .44
Pro Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Banks/Financial Services
Edward Jones . . . . . . . . . . . .26
First Minnesota Bank . . . . . .18
MidCountry Bank . . . . . . . . .14
Security Bank & Trust, Co. .44
Building/Construction
Flatworks Concrete . . . . . . .38
Fullerton Lumber - TBC . . .36
RDV Construction . . . . . . . .20
Communications
Home Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover
NU-Telecom . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Electrical Services
Light & Power Commission .36
McLeod Coop Power Assn. .42
Farm Equipment
Arnold’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Midwest Machinery . . . . . . .48
Funeral Services
Johnson-McBride . . . . . . . . .40
Hair & Beauty Salons
Cutting Edge . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Headquarters Lifestyle Salon12
Hotel/Motel
Super 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Insurance Agencies
Kevin Post Ins. Agency . . . .38
Farm Bureau . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Gruenhagen Insurance . . . . .26
Professional Ins. Providers . .18
State Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Young America Mutual . . . .36
Legal Services
Gavin, Winters & Long Ltd. 20
Plumbing/Heating
Mikolichek Plumbing &
Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Restaurants/Take-Out
Bump’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Casey’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Dubb’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Happy Hour Inn . . . . . . . . . .32
Unhinged! Pizza . . . . . . . . . .32
Sanitation
McLeod County Household
Hazardous Waste . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover
Transportation
Trailblazer Transit . . . . . . . .20
Veterinarian
Glencoe Veterinary Clinic . .20
Shopping
Fine Art
Bonnie Mohr Studio . . . . . . .30
Florists/Landscaping
The French Bucket . . . . . . . .44
Neubarth Lawn/Landscaping 54
Kahnke Brothers, Inc. . . . . .16
Grocery
Coborn’s Superstore . . . . . . .12
Jewelry
Gould’s Jewelers . . . . . . . . . .8
Liquor
Glencoe Wine & Spirits . . . .10
PJ’s How 2 Spirits . . . . . . . .20
Office/Home Furnishings
Bergmann Interiors . . . . . . . .38
Bernie’s Furniture . . . . . . . . .48
Fashion Interiors . . . . . . . . . .48
Printing/Office Supplies
Crow River Press . . . . . . . . .64
McLeod Publishing . . . .58, 62
Retail Stores
Glencoe Fleet Supply . . . . . .10
Specialty
Conklin - Franke . . . . . . . . .20
This guide published annually, in August,
by McLeod Publishing, Inc., 320-864-5518.
On the cover: Main photo: A view of the sign
in front of the Glencoe City Center along
11th Street;
Small photos: The annual Glencoe Days corn
feed, held at Oak Leaf Park, GSL Panther
football, just one of many extracurricular
activities offered within the Glencoe-Silver
Lake school district; One of the McLeod
County Sheriff ’s Department’s entries in the
annual Glencoe Days Parade.
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Where is Glencoe?
From Mankato: 55 Miles
From Minneapolis: 55 Miles
From St. Cloud: 65 Miles
Population: 5,536
Climate: Glencoe has an average an-
nual precipitation of 29.66 inches with
an average snowfall of 45.7 inches. The
average length of the growing season is
141 days, with January the coldest
month and July the warmest.
City of Glencoe
1107 11th St. E., Glencoe, MN 55336
320-864-5586
Welcome to this year’s edi-
tion of the Glencoe Guide. I
hope you will find the pages
filled with information and
ideas of all our community
has to offer.
I am always amazed at the
changes in the community
from year to year. New resi-
dents move to town, busi-
nesses change ownership or
expand, new businesses start
up, and we see many im-
provements in the community
to enhance the place we call
home.
Glencoe boasts a great
school system, parks,
churches, and the Glencoe Regional Health
Services serves the community and sur-
rounding area providing excel-
lent care.
Whether you are new to town
or have lived in Glencoe your
entire life, I think there is al-
ways more to learn and know
about the community. My wife
and I moved to Glencoe in
1985. We believed it was a
great place to work and raise a
family. After 30 years we still
believe we made the right deci-
sion. We like the rural land-
scapes and yet find the close
proximity to the Twin Cities a
nice bonus.
Thanks for being part of
Glencoe.
Mayor Randy Wilson
Great place to live and work
Mayor Randy Wilson
Glencoe
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New to town? Some things to know
Electricity
• City: Glencoe Light & Power Commission,
320-864-5184
• Out-of-town: McLeod Cooperative Power
Association, 320-864-3148; outage line: 800-
927-5685
Natural Gas — CenterPoint Energy
• Gas leak-emergency, 800-296-9815
• Customer service, 800-245-2377
• Web site, www.CenterPointEnergy.com
City water and sanitary sewer
• Glencoe Water Treatment Plant, 320-864-4319
• Glencoe Waste Treatment Plant, 320-864-4115
Telephone/Internet/Cable
• CenturyLink, 888-723-8010
• Home Solutions, satellite television, 320-864-
5161
• McLeod Coop Power Assn., satellite television,
320-864-3148
• NU Telecom, 320-864-2818, technical support,
800-303-7039
Mail — U.S. Postal Service
• 320-864-4112
Refuse recycling service — McLeod County Solid
Waste (recycling), 320-484-4300
Waste Management (Refuse Collection)
• Refuse pickup each Monday
• New accounts, 1-800-450-9378
Underground utility location — Gopher State One
• Call 48 hours before digging, call 8-1-1
Some city ordinances to be aware of ...
The following are some of the more applicable city ordinances that people need to be aware of in Glencoe:
— Building permits are required in Glencoe for virtually any type of construction/remodeling project. Permit forms
can be obtained through city hall.
— The animal control ordinances state that all dogs and cats shall wear a collar and have an identification tag
firmly affixed thereto indicating the dog’s owner by name, address and phone number. No person shall keep in any
one household more than two dogs and/or two cats over the age of six months not to exceed a total of four, without
a valid kennel license issued by the city.
— The city’s blight ordinance does not permit anything that may cause a blighting factor within the community.
This is not a complete listing of all city ordinances. Visit the city’s website at www.glencoemn.org for more
ordinance information.
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Randy Wilson, mayor
1015 10th St. E
320-510-0353(cell)
rwilson@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Dan Perschau,
Precinct 1
325 Scout Hill Dr.
320-864-5291 (home)
dperschau@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Allen Robeck,
At-Large
828 Armstrong Ave. N
320-864-4346 (home)
arobeck@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Gary Ziemer,
Precinct 3
1613 Louden Ave. N.
612-501-0228 (home)
gziemer@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
Kevin Dietz,
Precinct 4
1803 Fairway Drive
320-510-2309 (cell)
kdietz@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
John Schrupp,
Precinct 2
1415 Elliott Ave. N.
864-4178 (home)
jschrupp@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Planning & Industrial Commission
Lynn Exsted, Ron Knop, Wes Olson, David Stark and Greg
Ettel.
Light & Power Board
Everett Bratsch, Greg Copas, Duane Klaustermeier, John
Schrupp, Roger Hilgers. Plant manager: David Meyer,
864-5184.
Library Board
John Winter, Kerry Ward, Judy Schuch and Amanda
Streufert. Pioneerland Regional Board: Mark Larson.
Park Board
Mary Stoltenberg, Kenny Fillbrandt, Gloria Hilgers, Ryan
Freitag, Susan Olson and Lawrence Winter
Cemetery Commission
Marlene Robeck, Sherri Stamps, Suzanne Bacon, Gary
Vogt and Gary Ziemer.
Airport Commission
Ken Polifka, Russ Runck, Ray Dann, Dan Perschau and
Daris Remus.
City Center Board
Amanda Davis, Gary Ziemer, Kathy Olson and Dawn
Peterson.
City of Glencoe City Hall, 1107 E. 11th St., 864-5586
Mark D. Larson,
city administrator
320-864-5586
mlarson@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Todd Trippel,
city finance director
320-864-5586
ttrippel@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Gary Schreifels,
public works
water/wastewater
320-864-6954
gschreifels@ci.
glencoe.mn.us
Hannah Huttner-
Hallahan,
City Center events
coordinator
320-864-6951
hhuttner@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Mike Drew,
public works
streets/parks
320-864-5586
mdrew@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Ron Grack,
fire chief
320-864-4310
rgrack@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Jim Raiter,
police chief
320-864-5171
jraiter@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
Jackee Fountain,
librarian
320-864-3919
JackeeFountain@
Pioneerland.lib.mn.us
Barbara Woida,
chamber president
320-864-3650
bwoida@ci.glencoe.
mn.us
City Administration
Council committees
City Council
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Jamie Alsleben
Vice Chair
320 Edgewood Drive,
Glencoe
864-8242 (home)
Clark Christianson
Chair
310 Wacker Drive, Glencoe
864-6227 (home)
Donna VonBerge
Director
12325 Zebra Ave.
Norwood Young America
238-2315 (home)
Anne Twiss
Clerk
208 W. 18th St., Glencoe
864-3625 (home)
Kevin Kuester
Treasurer
13082 110th St., Glencoe
864- 6477 (home)
Jason Lindeman
Director
5650 Oday Ave.,
Brownton
328-5976 (home)
Chris Sonju, superintendent
District office, Lincoln Jr. High School
864-2498
Michelle Sander, business manager
District office, Lincoln Jr. High School
864-2496
Paul Sparby, grades 7-12 principal
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
864-2401
Bill Butler, elementary principal
Helen Baker Elementary
864-2666
Dan Svoboda,
assistant 7-12 principal
Lincoln Junior. High School
864-2456
Joy Freitag,
assistant elementary principal
Lakeside Elementary
864-2500
Dean Schwirtz, activities director
864-2402 (high school)
Terry Becker, transportation
864-3032 (bus garage)
Tina Schauer, Community Education
864-2696 (Panther Field House)
Beth Petersen, Jessica Kunkel, Michael Maresh and Lisa
Smith. Ex-officio members: Father Tony Stubeda, the
school principal Cathy Millerbernd and Mark Simons,
religious education director.
Administration
Cathy Millerbernd, school principal, 864-3214
E-mail: cathym@stpiusxglencoe.org
Webite: stpiusxglencoe.org
District office, 864-2491; Fax: 864-6320
High school, 864-2400; Fax: 864-6475
Activities line, 864-2444
Lakeside, 864-2500; Fax: 327-3122
Lincoln Junior High, 864-2455; Fax: 864-2475
Activities line, 864-2555
Helen Baker Elementary, 864-2666; Fax 864-2682
Glencoe-Silver Lake Community Education,
864-2960; Fax: 864-2695
Panther Field House, 864-2690; Fax: 864-2695
Early Childhood Family Education, 864-2681
District School Nurse, 864-2446
High School Counselor, 864-2406
Junior High Counselor, 864-2472
Elementary Counselor, 864-2502
Food service director, 864-2474
Website: www.gsl.k12.mn.us
GSL School District 2859
Administration
St. Pius X Catholic School
GSL School information
Day Board of Education
Tonya Christensen, Dawn Schauer, Tonya Christensen,
Susan Brickzen, Kevin Hagen, Cindy Mathews and Kim
Rislund.
Administration
Dean Scheele, principal, 864-3317
First Lutheran School
Evangelization & Catechist Committee
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By Chris Sonju
GSL Superintendent
In May 2015 the voters of
the Glencoe-Silver Lake
(GSL) School District ap-
proved a $24.19 million dol-
lar expansion and
remodeling project that will
connect our high school, jun-
ior high and Panther Field
House. Our next step is the
design phase of the project,
where we will take time to
collect data, gather input,
and design the specifics of
what the building will look
like. This must be accom-
plished before the actual
“ground breaking” can be
done.
The detailed plan design
phase will happen from now
until December, when final
specifications will be drawn
up. Bidding for the project
will happen in January/Feb-
ruary 2016 and construction
will begin in spring 2016.
It is our hope that we will
break ground sometime next
spring, with full completion
of the project in fall 2017.
We are very excited about
the improvements to our fa-
cilities and look forward to
the project’s completion.
The Glencoe-Silver Lake
Public School District
proudly serves pre-school-
aged children all the way to
the adult populations of Bis-
cay, Brownton, Glencoe,
New Auburn, Plato, and Sil-
ver Lake.
Consolidated in 1996 from
the former Silver Lake and
Glencoe School Districts,
and then again with the
McLeod West School Dis-
trict in 2009, Glencoe-Silver
Lake School District 2859
provides a quality array of
academic, co-curricular, ex-
tracurricular, social, recre-
ational, and community
education programs and
services to 1,575 students in
grades P-K-12.
The district’s grade levels
are located in four teaching
and learning facilities. Helen
Baker Elementary School
(Glencoe) currently houses
the district’s K-2 programs
and grades, while Lakeside
Elementary School (Silver
Lake) serves all district stu-
dents in grades 3-6. Lincoln
Junior High School (Glen-
coe), grade 7-8 youngsters,
and Glencoe-Silver Lake
High School (Glencoe),
grade 9-12 students, are lo-
cated on a common site –
along with the multi-purpose
Panther Field House and out-
door athletic complex – in
northeast Glencoe. The new
Early Childhood Learning
Center, which opened in Jan-
uary 2014, is connected to
our Lincoln Junior High and
houses all of our Early
Childhood Family Educa-
tion, Early Childhood Spe-
cial Education, and School
Readiness programs and stu-
dents.
The school district is gov-
erned by a six-member
School Board which meets
monthly (typically on the
second Monday) in the Lin-
coln Meeting Room (Room
124), 1621 E 16th St., Glen-
coe. Christopher Sonju is
GSL School District’s super-
intendent of schools.
GSL School District’s
teaching, specialist, support,
and administrative staffs are
dedicated to providing qual-
ity programs and services to
the communities’ pre-school,
school-aged, and adult pop-
ulations. Frequent involve-
ment in staff in-service
training and curriculum de-
velopment insures the school
district’s staff employs “best
instructional practices” and
“current curricular (subject)
content.” Providing instruc-
tional program leadership in
the school district are Bill
Butler, elementary school
principal/child study coordi-
nator; Paul Sparby, GSL
High School/Lincoln Junior
High School principal; Dan
Svoboda, 7-12 assistant prin-
cipal; Joy Freitag, elemen-
tary assistant principal; Dean
Schwirtz, activities director;
Jeff Jenson, director of tech-
nology and information sys-
tems; Tina Schauer, director
of Community Education
and the Panther Field House;
and Michelle Sander is the
district’s business manager.
GSL School District 2859
provides an appealing array
of program and service fea-
tures, including the availabil-
ity of school-aged child care;
learning readiness and early
childhood/family education
programming; all day/every
day kindergarten; striving for
lower class sizes, and an ex-
cellent number of programs
and services at all organiza-
tional levels.
Course offerings at GSL
High School are found in 12
subject matter disciplines in-
cluding agricultural educa-
tion, art, business, English,
family and consumer sci-
ence, industrial technology,
mathematics, music, physi-
cal education/health, sci-
ence; social studies, and
world languages. Qualifying
students at the high school
level may participate in the
“College in the Schools”
(CIS) courses which offer
GSL Schools: Looking forward
The Glencoe-Silver Lake School District will be constructing a building addition
to its junior high/high school campus starting in spring 2016, with completion
expected by fall 2017. Above is Superintendent Chris Sonju with an architectural
drawing and floor plan of the proposed addition.
GSL Schools
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dual (both high school and
college/university) credit.
The district also offers stu-
dents a progressive technol-
ogy program, which
continues its iPad initiative
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lum and for all teaching staff
and Learn Pads into the jun-
ior high classes for our sev-
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students.
Glencoe-Silver Lake High
School has received national
recognition for its Project
Lead The Way (PLTW) pro-
gram that was offered for the
first time during the 2013-
2014 school year. PLTW, a
nonprofit organization and
the nation’s leading provider
of STEM (science, technol-
ogy, engineering, and math-
ematics) education
programs, offers a rigorous,
world-class curriculum that
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math and science class to
real-life engineering and
technology projects. Addi-
tionally, certification as a
PLTW school provides stu-
dents with the opportunity to
apply for college credit or re-
ceive college-level credit at
PLTW affiliate universities
when they successfully com-
plete PLTW courses in high
school. PLTW has more than
40 affiliate college and uni-
versity partners, including
the University of Minnesota.
Specialty programs are of-
fered at Glencoe-Silver Lake
to address special circum-
stances, needs, and interests
of students. The district op-
erates a comprehensive, dis-
trict-wide special education
program for students with a
range of handicapping condi-
tions, and a migrant summer
school program to address
the limited English profi-
ciency of select youngsters.
Other programs offered are:
summer school, classroom
drivers’ education’ adult
recreation offerings, enrich-
ment and training programs,
and much more. Check the
GSL website at www.gsl.
k12.mn.us for additional in-
formation.
Extracurricular and co-
curricular programs and
events, as well as a broad
range of academic, club, and
leadership competitions, en-
hance the physical, intellec-
tual, and social development
of the school district’s stu-
dents and provide abundant
thrills for loyal patrons, par-
ents, staff, and students. The
school district’s fine arts pro-
gram (vocal and instrumental
music, art, and dramatics)
continue to be exemplary.
Every play, concert, or show
has people awed once again
at the talent level of GSL stu-
dents. Students are also able
to participate in Super-
Mileage, FIRST Robotics,
and Trap Shooting competi-
tion.
This past year, GSL was
represented at state in a vari-
ety of competitions capping
off another successful year
with a state championship
Knowledge Bowl team. GSL
also was represented in state
competition in football, base-
ball, and boys’ cross country
where the team placed third.
GSL was also well repre-
sented by students at the
state Science Fair. GSL was
represented at national BPA
(Business Professionals of
America) competition, state
football, wrestling, track,
trap shooting, Geography
Bee, and in the Hennepin
Theatre Trust SpotLight pro-
gram.
The school district owns
and operates the Panther
Field House, a multi-purpose
facility which offers resident
membership and access to an
excellent array of fitness
equipment, walking track,
basketball courts, racquetball
court, weightlifting, and
other opportunities. It is an
excellent place where both
school and community bene-
fit.
Facilities improvements
are once again a priority at
GSL. A new state-of-the-art
tennis facility was completed
last fall. This new complex is
a true asset to our entire
community and something to
be very proud of.
This summer, we will be
completing some cement
work at our Lakeside Ele-
mentary building along
with remodeling our special
education classroom at
Lakeside. The special edu-
cation classroom is cur-
rently the old Home
Economics room and it is
time we do an upgrade to
better accommodate our
special learners in that
room. New lights, win-
dows, flooring and cabinets
will be installed in the room
along with life skills learn-
ing stations. This will be a
very exciting improvement.
We will be adding some
additional security cameras
at Lakeside, Lincoln and at
the High School and paint-
ing the high school indus-
trial tech shop floor. There
will be some carpet replace-
ments at Lakeside and at the
high school. Also, at the
high school we are going to
start tackling the hallway
hall tile replacement. If you
have been in our high
school hallways, you have
probably noticed missing
tile. The current tile is 46
years old and for the past
few years we have not been
able to get replacement tile
as that style tile is no longer
available. The tile has basi-
cally let loose from the con-
crete walls. Because of the
expense of this project, we
are projecting to complete
this over the next three or
four years.
The school district places
a high value on good citi-
zenship and respect by its
students in our schools and
in our communities. All stu-
dents are expected to repre-
sent their school,
community, and family in a
positive manner. Our stu-
dents are the most impor-
tant aspect of our school,
and we are fortunate to have
great students and families.
We are also very thankful to
have such a supportive
school community. The
GSL school system is a
great place to learn, and we
welcome the opportunity to
become even better.
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The Glencoe City Center
is in its fifth year of opera-
tion and has much to offer
residents of Glencoe and
the surrounding area.
Hannah Huttner-Halla-
han, city center event coor-
dinator, said the city center,
which was once the Henry
Hill school building, not
only houses the city offices
and council chambers, but
is home to many local clubs
and organizations, as well
as the Glencoe Public Li-
brary.
In 2009, construction on
the former Henry Hill
building began with demo-
lition on the west 1957 edi-
tion and changed the look
of the building exterior.
By November 2009,
demolition and the facility
roof improvements were
completed and in Decem-
ber, remodeling began.
In January, new windows
were installed and in spring
2010, new plumbing was
installed as well as electric-
ity, concrete and walls. The
restoration of the building
was completed late that
summer.
The main hallways and
staircases still look similar
to when the school building
was built in 1932. Much of
the old feel of the facility
has been retained, while
much more has been up-
graded and modernized.
The historical theme per-
meates the facility with var-
ious displays and old
photographs situated along
the hallways and filling dis-
play cases.
According to Huttner-
Hallahan, the city hall now
fills the space formerly oc-
cupied by school adminis-
trative staff. Old classrooms
are now filled with the
chamber of commerce of-
fice, room for Glencoe
Township meetings and the
Buffalo Creek Watershed
District, the senior center
and the Glencoe Historic
Preservation Society.
The Glencoe Public Li-
brary is located on the
building’s second floor and
is well used.
Also located in the City
Center is the multi-purpose
meeting room in the base-
ment, which was the former
school lunch room.
Huttner-Hallahan said
many groups use the build-
ing’s amenities, including
the local seniors club, local
4-H clubs, Boy Scouts, the
bone builders group, Glen-
coe Lions and the newly
formed Glencoe Wood-
working Club.
The other major City
Center transformation was
the former school audito-
rium and gymnasium into
the grand ballroom, which
can be split into two large
rooms. The ballroom has
hosted a variety of events in
its first few years.
The north portion of the
ballroom is more for large
group conferences, retire-
ment parties or anniversary
events, while the south ball-
room is more designed for
concerts and performing
arts events with its balcony
seating.
The entire ballroom is
available for large-group
gatherings as well. The
seating capacity is up to
600.
The City Center also has
other public meeting
spaces, like the west confer-
ence room and its round
table layout and the east
conference room with its
more seminar-style layout.
The east meeting room
also has access to a kitchen
and adjoins the senior cen-
ter located on the east side
of the City Center. The
well-used senior center
room also has access to the
kitchen area.
Over the past couple of
years, the ballroom has
hosted a number of events
from the local musical pro-
duction of “Nunsense” to
the Grammy award-win-
ning Okee Dokee Brothers
to the award-winning Mon-
roe Crossing bluegrass
band.
Huttner-Hallahan said re-
cent improvements include
additions of two rooms to
the library. One is now
being used as a “historical
room” and will house
archives, microfilm and his-
torical artifacts.
The second room serves
as a sort of “quiet room” for
library patrons and readers,
and it is a replica of a for-
mer Henry Hill school
room.
Improvements are also
being made to the center’s
basement area, which now
houses the newly formed
woodworking club in Glen-
coe.
Huttner-Hallahan said the
group has been — and still
is — working to remodel
the rooms to accommodate
equipment, such as saws,
tables and tools.
She added that the second
City Center
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City Center has much to offer
The former Glencoe High School building, also known as Henry Hill, was trans-
formed into a multi-purpose City Center that has maintained much of its historic
charm. This shows the front of the building and its electronic sign.
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room is going to be a “fin-
ishing room,” which mem-
bers of the group can use to
finish, stain and paint their
projects.
A major attraction of the
Glencoe City Center is its
availability for public use.
The facility has a wide vari-
ety of rooms available for
rental to suit all event
needs, including wedding
ceremonies, wedding recep-
tions, gift openings, bridal
showers, baby showers,
birthday parties, retirement
parties, appreciation lunch-
eons, meetings, trainings,
presentations, perform-
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For more information
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event.
City Center
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The event center is lo-
cated in the former
school gymnasium and
auditorium. The first
floor auditorium was re-
moved and a concrete
floor poured to create a
level floor in the new
event center.
The original light fix-
tures were restored and
been reinstalled in the
event center.
The new windows
were similar to the origi-
nal windows in the facil-
ity, and provide natural
light throughout the
building.
The facility is handi-
capped accessible with
at-grade entrances at the
east and west parking
lots.
Hannah Huttner-Halla-
han, events coordinator,
said reservations can be
made for reunions, wed-
ding receptions, holiday
parties, graduations,
birthday parties, com-
pany celebrations, an-
niversary parties and
other events.
So what did donors
get for their money?
• A City Center of
which the community
will be proud.
• Another local event
venue to consider.
• A large grand ball-
room.
• A fresh, open, new
public library.
• Another business op-
portunity for local ven-
dors.
• A quality sound sys-
tem.
• A senior community
room that provides a
meeting place for our
senior citizen group to
enjoy (also a rentable
space).
• New home to Glen-
coe Area Chamber of
Commerce.
How to make a reser-
vation?
• Call City Center co-
ordinator or check Web-
site for rates, room
capacity, date availabil-
ity, etc…
• Schedule a tour.
• Choose a food/bever-
age vendor.
• Determine your event
needs: Linens? Kitchen?
Technology package?
(Projector, screen, wire-
less mic, etc.).
• Plan event set-up
(arrangement of tables,
chairs, etc.)
In order to oversee the
operations of the City
Center, Glencoe City
Council appointed a City
Center advisory board.
Members of the board are
Amanda Davis, Kathy
Olson, Dawn Peterson
and Glencoe City Coun-
cil member Gary Ziemer.
Event Center begins fifth year
Last spring, the Glencoe-
Silver Lake High School
jazz band performed its
spring concert at the
Glencoe City Center, and
the GSL FFA group
served a pork chop feed.
That event is just one of
the many hosted at the
Glencoe City Center. The
city center is a multi-pur-
pose facility used by
many local clubs and or-
ganizations and is also
home to the city offices
and Glencoe Chamber of
Commerce. The Glencoe
Public Library is located
on the second floor of
the building.
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Uncle Sam beer, not a
common household label,
was once a popular beer
brewed in Glencoe by the
Glencoe Brewing Company.
The Glencoe Brewing
Company was in operation
from 1877 until the start of
Prohibition in 1918.
Edward Lemmel started
the brewery. In 1901, the
business was incorporated
with Peter Eichman as pres-
ident and Fred Jumer as
bookkeeper.
That also was the year the
brick brewery building was
constructed.
Fred and Max Jumer
bought controlling interest
in the brewery in 1906.
In 1907, a fire destroyed
a part of the interior of the
brewery, but the damage
was repaired the same year.
According to local history
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produced 6,400 barrels of
keg beer and 4,000 cases of
bottled beer.
In the days prior to elec-
tricity and modern refriger-
ation, ice was chopped from
nearby lakes and packed in
sawdust to keep the beer
cold until it could be deliv-
ered.
The brewery closed due
to Prohibition in 1918 and
remained unoccupied for
four years.
The Jumer Produce Com-
pany emerged to process
poultry with Jumer as presi-
dent.
It continued to process
poultry until 1944, when the
Perschau brothers pur-
chased the business and
used it for a mink farm until
1975.
Currently the brewery is
owned by Bob Shanahan,
who has remodeled a por-
tion of the facility into
apartments.
From the July 21, 1955 Glen-
coe Enterprise
Glencoe was permanently
settled by white men June
11, 1855. Glencoe was in-
corporated as a village in
1873 and as a city in 1909.
Its present population is esti-
mated to be about 3,000.
The decision on the part of
its citizens to assume the
privileges and responsibili-
ties pertaining to city gov-
ernment was made manifest
at an election held March 4,
1909, which resulted in the
charter being adopted. The
total number of votes cast
was 236 — 174 in favor and
60 against. J. B. Mayer was
elected as the first mayor.
Surrounded by a rich farm-
ing community, the prosper-
ity of the merchants and
business men of Glencoe has
kept pace with that of the
surrounding farmers and the
city contains a number of ex-
cellent stores, while its pro-
fessional men, lawyers,
physicians and dentists are
equal in ability to those of
many a much larger commu-
nity.
The city of Glencoe derives
its water supply from a well,
known as the “city well,” the
boring of which was started
in 1897.
In 1915, the city installed a
modern sewage system, 54
blocks of pipe being put in,
at the cost of $30,000 for the
complete system.
The lighting system of
Glencoe was furnished by
the Northwest Light and
Power Company of Hutchin-
son, which in 1913, pur-
chased the interests of the
local plant and ran a trans-
mission line from Hutchin-
son.
Glencoe Cemetery
Association
When the town of Glencoe
was first platted, provision
was made and a plat of
ground set aside for ceme-
tery purpose by the propri-
etors of the townsite. The
ground thus reserved was
two acres in extent and was
donated by the proprietors to
the public.
The first burial recorded
was that of Mrs. I. W. Cum-
mings, who died in 1858,
and other internments took
place from time to time, in-
creasing in number with in-
crease of population.
The first members of the
cemetery association were:
John R. Louden, V. W. Hall,
A. J. Snyder, John N. Al-
brecht, Jos. Eheim, G. W.
Foster, J. E. Lambert, S. E.
Martin, C. E. Newton,
Charles Rogers, L. G. Si-
mons, H. Wadsworth, James
C. Edson, Amos Franken-
field, John C. Riebe, F. H.
Ohland, M. Thoeny, G. K.
Gilbert, F. B. Dean, A. M.
Knight, R. L. Moore, J. F.
Withee, L. H. D. Bondy. The
original ground was enlarged
by the purchase of acres ad-
ditional from adjoining land
owners.
Adjoining Glencoe ceme-
tery on the east is another
burying ground of about five
acres, called Mount Auburn
cemetery, which was laid out
by A. H. Reed and Joseph
Richardson.
Glencoe City Incorporated 1909
Was a village
since 1873
Glencoe Brewery operated from 1877 until Prohibition
The Glencoe Brewing Company, established in 1877,
produced the once popular “Uncle Sam” lager beer,
which became a favorite throughout McLeod County
and was available on tap even in cities that had their
own breweries, like Silver Lake. Even as Prohibition
approached, the brewery remained a center of atten-
tion in Glencoe. The brewery was located just off
County Road 2, south of Glencoe.
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The city of Glencoe park system
plays an important role in the daily
lives of its citizens and visitors.
The parks department maintains the
system. Public works park and street
superintendent is Mike Drew. His com-
bined crew includes Ron Donnay, Gary
Reinitz, Dan Gildea, James Voigt and
Ryan Scheidt. Pool director is Kayla
Schuette.
The city parks are governed by a
parks board consisting of Paul Lemke,
chairman, plus Ryan Freitag, Tim
Kaczmarek, Mary Stoltenburg, Gloria
Hilgers, Lawrence Winter and city
council liaison Lori Adameitz.
Glencoe has eight parks in the com-
munity, covering a total of 60 acres.
The park restrooms usually open in
late April and close about Oct. 1.
The park shelters open around the
middle of May. Rental fees on the shel-
ters are $65, except Shelter No. 2 and
No. 3, which are $75 plus tax at Oak
Leaf Park and the Oscar Olson Park
shelter, which is $85, plus tax. Reserva-
tions may be made through city offices
at 320-864-5586.
The swimming pool daily fee is $2
for children ages 0-4 and $6 per person
ages 5 and older; resident season passes
are $125 for a family of five with $10
for each extra members. Non-resident
season passes are $150.
The pool may be rented for $100 an
hour for groups up to 30 people and an
additional $15 per hour for increments
of 15 people over 30. The pool also can
be rented in half-hour increments.
Phone 864-2959, or 864-5586.
Tent and RV camping at Oak Leaf
Park is $15 per night, with a five-day
maximum. Envelopes and a drop box
are available at the site.
Another key recreational location in
Glencoe is Oscar Olson Sunrise Park,
located in the northeast corner of
town. Oscar Olson Park features soc-
cer fields, a skateboard park and a
shelter house with bathrooms. Oscar
Olson Park is just one block from
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School.
Winter facilities include one hockey
rink and one pleasure rink; plus a sled-
ding hill. The warming house’s rental
fee is $35, with a two-hour limit.
Glencoe’s city parks
Oak Leaf Park X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
200 DeSoto Ave. S.
Lincoln Park X X X X
513 E. 8th St.
Horseshoe Parks X X X
820 and 1020 E. 18th St.
Glen Knoll Park X X X
1500 Glen Knoll Ave. N.
Oscar Olson Park X X X X X X X X X X
1400 Union Ave.N.
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For Park information, to
reserve a shelter or to obtain
a permit, call 320-864-5586.
A scenic view from a bench at Oak Leaf Park showcases the local fishing
pier and pond — which features a fountain — as well as running and walk-
ing trails that surround the park.
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With the most space and
features of any park in
Glencoe, Oak Leaf Park
hosts plenty of locals and
visitors alike all year
round, especially in sum-
mer.
The park boasts multiple
softball fields; sand volley-
ball and horse shoe pits; a
basketball court; the Glen-
coe Aquatic Center; a
campground; multiple
playground areas; shelters
with grills; an animal sanc-
tuary; running and walking
trails; and a newly in-
stalled nine-hole frisbee
golf course.
While all of these
amenities keep park goers
entertained, the Glencoe
Aquatic Center is a main
attraction, and widely re-
garded as one of the nicest
outdoor pools in McLeod
County.
A clean and safe facility,
the Aquatic Center offers
something for everyone,
and is surrounded by play-
grounds and other forms of
entertainment to keep your
young ones distracted for
hours.
Once you’re done taking
a dip at the pool, feel free
to feed some of the
wildlife at the local animal
sanctuary on the far south
end of Oak Leaf. Elk, lla-
mas, and peacocks are just
a few of the attractions that
are sure to leave your kids
in awe.
If you aren’t tired
enough from the pool, a
walking trail goes around
the entire sanctuary and
park.
If you’re looking for a
new sport or hobby to pick
up, look no further than the
nine-hole frisbee golf
course that was installed
on July 24. It offers a prac-
tice pin and plenty of easy
and challenging holes for
beginners or seasoned
players — including hole
six, which sits on an island
in the fishing pond.
The course is also the
home to the longest hole in
McLeod County — a near
600 foot shot from tee to
pin — which takes players
along the bank of the Buf-
falo Creek.
Whether you’re looking
to kill an entire afternoon,
or simply a couple hours,
Oak Leaf has something
for everyone to enjoy.
Oak Leaf Park
One of the features at Oak Leaf Park is a fishing pond
(top photo), while the Aquatic Center, below, is a pop-
ular spot for old and young alike on scorching summer
days.
The Glencoe Sportsmen’s Club Sanctuary boasts a va-
riety of both wild and domestic animals, including pea-
cocks, elk, goats and others. A peacock (above right
corner) struts as it shows off its feathers when this
photograph was taken.
Summer 2015 found the city of Glencoe adding camp-
sites with full electrical service at Oak Leaf Park, as
well as improvements to the bathrooms.
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Early Childhood Learning Center
1621 16th St E
Glencoe, MN 55336
Phone: 320.864.2681
Email: gslecfe@gsl.k12.mn.us
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GSL ECFE offers:
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• Special family events
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• Field Trips and Home Visits
• Playground designed for children 0-5
• Motor room (preschool gym)
• ECFE and Parent Education Library
• Support, information, friendship, fun
Parents are a child’s first and
most important teachers.
Early Childhood Family Education
(ECFE) is a program of Glencoe-Silver
Lake Public Schools. ECFE is for all
families with children age 0-5 years
(kindergarten entry). We have a variety
of ongoing classes and single session
special events. ECFE classes supply
resources and teach skills that support
your child’s growth and development
from birth to kindergarten and beyond.
We are here to support new parents,
veteran parents, and everyone in
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We invite you check out a class to
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GSL Preschool Classes:
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& open/lap swim)
• Racquetball • Batting Cage
• Aerobics Classes
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• Fitness Classes
• Free Weights • Treadmills
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Wee Friends
Creative Preschool
A program sponsored by the
Parent Co-op Glencoe Child
Development Association, Inc.
Wee Friends Creative Preschool was founded
by a group of parents in 1978. It was created
to provide children with early learning skills to
prepare them for kindergarten. Wee Friends
Creative Preschool is a non-profit organization
that is run by a volunteer parent board.
Our classroom in located in the lower level of
First Congregational Church
1400 Elliott Ave. N., Glencoe, MN
Interested in learning more or enrolling in
Wee Friend Creative Preschool Program?
Call 320-510-1811
We follow the Glencoe-Silver Lake school schedule for holidays and vacations.
Children who are three or four on or before Sept. 1 of the current
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Other recreational opportunities in Glencoe
BMX track
Glencoe Country Club
Located in Sterner Park, at
1017 9th St., Glencoe, the Buf-
falo Creek BMX track is used
for official BMX events, as well
as a fun hobby for locals.
In July 2008, Buffalo Creek
BMX played host to the first
points races on its new track —
which is full of bumps, banks
and tricky turns.
Since then, the local track has
been host to regional and state
competitions.
It also is an attractive spot for
local youths, testing out their cy-
cling skills.
The track has grown each year
as a major summer draw to
Glencoe.
The Glencoe Country Club
provides area residents with an
18-hole golf course flowing
through 106 acres of picturesque
terrain in the southeast corner of
Glencoe.
The course offers uninter-
rupted play, a PGA golf profes-
sional, a driving range, putting
green, group and individual les-
sons, pro shop and banquet fa-
cilities.
It also hosts leagues and nu-
merous fundraising events
throughout the summer.
Take in the lush sights of the Glencoe
Country Club while playing 18 holes on
a sunny afternoon. The course mean-
ders around some of the best scenery
spots in Glencoe, and offers leagues and
tournaments.
The club house has everything you need for a day of golf, including
a pro shop, a full bar and menu, and lessons by local PGA profes-
sional Colin Kerslake. When the course closes during the winter
months, bingo nights and banquets keep the club house filled.
The Buffalo Creek BMX track is a unique feature of Glencoe that offers
thrilling races and a place for kids to hone their skills. Tuesday nights draw
riders from Glencoe and other local towns of all ages, and the annual state
qualifier brings in close to 300 riders.
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Come summertime in Glencoe
and neighbors Plato (to the east)
and Brownton (to the west), the
boys of the local town teams keep
busy pitching balls and strikes,
fielding grounders and fly balls,
and swatting an occasional home
run.
Indeed, the Glencoe Brewers,
Plato Blue Jays and Brownton
Bruins have proud traditions in
amateur baseball — better known
as town ball. All three are mem-
bers of the Crow River Valley
League.
The Brewers — whose home is
picturesque Vollmer Field —
have made seven state tourna-
ment appearances since 1987, in-
cluding 1998 when they were
Class C state champions. Plato’s
team — which plays its home
games at Blue Jay Stadium — has
participated in 11 state tourna-
ments since 1977, winning it all
in 1996 and 2007. Brownton, at
home in Barney Tadsen Field, has
sent seven teams to state tourna-
ments and six men to the Min-
nesota Baseball Hall of Fame.
Glencoe and Brownton were
co-hosts for the 2011 state tourna-
ment — something they had pre-
viously done in the summer of
1996.
Amateur baseball teams
The Brownton Bruins are another fierce team in the
area, with a beautiful ball park in Barney Tadsen Field
located 11 miles west of Glencoe in Brownton. The Bru-
ins recently made their first state appearance in over a
decade in 2013, and are gearing up for another post-
season run in 2015.
The Glencoe Brewers have the closest
ball park, Vollmer Field, located near Oak
Leaf Park on the south side of town. The
Brewers have been down in recent years,
but are starting to contend once again.
The Plato Blue Jays are always a team
to be beaten in the Crow River Valley
League — they have competed in 11
state tournaments.
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Glencoe Regional Health Services
(GRHS) has been part of the local
landscape for more than 70 years. As
the region has grown, so have the fa-
cilities and services.
GRHS is a primary care health sys-
tem, offering patients quality, conven-
ience and personal care — all within a
few miles of home. Top-notch staff,
modern medical technology, excellent
facilities and a wide array of medical
resources make GRHS the region’s
best choice for lifelong care. GRHS
offers comprehensive services, includ-
ing obstetrics/gynecology, midwifery,
medical and surgical care, transitional
care, ventilator care, cardiac rehabili-
tation, respiratory therapy, diabetes
counseling as well as physical, occu-
pational and speech therapy for chil-
dren and adults.
The campus in Glencoe features:
• GRHS’ largest clinic.
• Walk-in urgent care, available 8
a.m.-7:30 p.m., seven days a week.
• An inpatient hospital.
• Outpatient surgery facilities.
• A Level III trauma-designated
emergency department, staffed 24
hours a day, seven days a week
• A 110-bed long-term care facility
(skilled nursing home).
• A 40-unit independent senior
housing complex, Orchard Estates.
To meet the growing needs for reha-
bilitation services in the community,
construction is currently under way to
build a third-floor addition on the hos-
pital building. The new rehabilitation
space will cover more than 10,000
square feet. It will feature:
• A new, larger gym and nine treat-
ment rooms for adult therapy.
• A new gym and three treatment
rooms for pediatric therapy.
• New treatment rooms for adult oc-
cupational therapy and speech therapy
• A functional kitchen designed for
therapy that develops skills for activi-
ties of daily living such as cooking
and eating.
• A new treatment room for cardiac
rehabilitation.
• A new reception area with a larger
waiting room for patients including a
separate family waiting space.
Construction on the $4.1 million
project began in July 2015 is expected
to be finished in spring 2016.
In addition to the campus in Glen-
coe, there are clinics in the communi-
ties of Lester Prairie and Stewart.
The medical staff includes: Pediatri-
cian Alexandria Kalina, MD, obstet-
rics/gynecology specialist John Mark
Johnson, DO, FACOOG; family medi-
cine specialists William Hammes,
MD, Tyler Helland, MD, Kristine
Knudten, MD, Amanda Leino, MD,
Laura Olson, MD, Bryan Petersen,
MD, John Tieben, MD, Douglas Wag-
oner, MD and Christa Waymire, MD;
internal medicine specialists Bryan
Fritsch, DO, and Shoeb Mohammed,
MD; hematologist and oncologist
Birendra Kumar, MD; general sur-
geons John Bergseng, DO, FACOS,
and Chad Robbins, DO; FACOS; or-
thopedist Paul Damrow, MD; podia-
trist Amie Scantlin, DPM, MS,
FACFAS; certified nurse practitioner,
Sheryl Bartholow, FNP-BC; certified
nurse midwives Michelle Quale,
CNM, FNP-BC and Laurel McKeever,
CNM; physician assistants Curtis
Forst, MPA-C, and Kari Knodel Vet-
tel, MPAS-PAC. The Emergency De-
partment at GRHS is staffed by
emergency medicine specialists Liban
Hired, MD, James Jessen, MD, and
Mitch Palmer, MD.
Allina Health Emergency Medical
Services (AHEMS) manages the
GRHS ambulance service which re-
mains based in Glencoe. GRHS’ Level
III Trauma Center designation from
the Minnesota State Trauma Advisory
Committee was renewed in 2015.
GRHS also received a 2014 Trauma
Team Excellence Award from Hen-
nepin County Medical Center
(HCMC), honoring the Level III
trauma center as a key first responder
in west-central Minnesota and a part-
ner hospital to HCMC’s Level I
trauma center.
Walk-in urgent care is available on
the Glencoe campus seven days a
week from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Use the
Emergency Room entrance. If a higher
level of care is needed the Emergency
GRHS: health care at its best
The GRHS com-
plex, including a
hospital, clinic,
long-term care
facility and sen-
ior housing, is
located on the
north side of
Glencoe.
Healthcare
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Room (ER) is just down the hall.
The Glencoe clinic offers extended
hours, until 7 p.m., on Mondays. The
appointment scheduling line is open
Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m., so appointments can be
made with any provider at any clinic
location. Interpreters are on staff to
provide confidential assistance to
Spanish-speaking patients. For pa-
tients who use American Sign Lan-
guage, interpreters are available
through a web-based video service.
GRHS utilizes a state-of-the-art
electronic medical record system
known as Excellian. A key component
in the system is MyChart, a free serv-
ice that allows for secure online ac-
cess to a portion of one’s medical
record. MyChart provides the online
ability to:
• View, schedule and cancel clinic
appointments and receive email re-
minders of upcoming appointments.
• E-mail a non-urgent question to
one’s provider.
• View results for many types of im-
aging and lab tests.
• View and print immunization his-
tory.
Transitional care is available at
GRHS in the hospital or skilled nurs-
ing facility. Patients in transitional
care could be recovering from major
surgeries or serious illness. The transi-
tional care program can provide,
among other services, intensive physi-
cal rehabilitation, complex wound
care, and feeding tubes. GRHS is one
of the few non-metro Minnesota
health care facilities to provide spe-
cialized care for patients aged 18 and
older who are ventilator-dependent.
In order to provide a better continu-
ity of care for patients in the hospital
and transitional care, GRHS has im-
plemented a hospitalist program. A
hospitalist is a physician who special-
izes in caring for patients in the hospi-
tal. GRHS has five primary care
physicians who take turns providing
weekly hospitalist services. They are
available to manage care during a pa-
tient’s hospital stay and to help with
admissions.
Obstetrical services at GRHS are
provided by an OB/GYN, family med-
icine specialists, certified nurse mid-
wives, and a physician assistant.
GRHS features a state-of-
the-art birth center, Best
Beginnings, which blends
comfortable amenities and
obstetrical technology
with personal care. The
mother can labor, deliver
and recover all in one
room. Private whirlpool
tubs are available to help
with relaxation during
labor. Water births, which
allow pregnant women to
give birth while in a spe-
cial pool of warm water,
are also an option, if ap-
propriate. Interactive, web-
based online prenatal
classes are available for both new and
experienced OB patients and their
support person.
The outpatient clinic at GRHS
brings metro-area physician specialists
to Glencoe five days a week. The con-
sulting staff includes specialists in au-
diology, low back and neck care,
nephrology, neurology, otolaryngol-
ogy (ENT), and urology. Cardiologists
from Minneapolis Heart Institute see
patients at the Glencoe clinic on a reg-
ular basis.
The long-term care facility at GRHS
is a Medicare-certified skilled nursing
facility for people whose health con-
cerns prevent them from living inde-
pendently. Dedicated staff members
work with families and residents to
provide the very best quality of life for
each individual, including 24-hour
nursing care. Staff is careful to pre-
serve each resident’s dignity, affording
people the respect and personal care
they deserve. The nursing home offers
respite care and social services. A pro-
gressive rehabilitation program for
long-term residents and short-term
stay patients has been implemented.
The program provides physical ther-
apy sessions for residents and patients
with strokes, joint replacement,
Parkinson’s and other diseases and in-
juries.
The Activities Department staff in
Long Term Care (LTC) works with in-
dividuals on improving and maintain-
ing emotional and cognitive health,
muscle tone and balance through a va-
riety of games, discussions, creative
projects and interactions between resi-
dents and with residents and staff. A
new program started in 2014 is Just
One WISH (What Inspires Seniors’
Hearts). The program grants a special
wish for LTC residents. Wishes
granted to date include arranging for a
mother and daughter reunion, taking
an ice fishing trip, and helping a resi-
dent receive her high school diploma.
Volunteer opportunities are avail-
able through the GRHS volunteer pro-
gram. Volunteers deliver mail to LTC
residents, decorate the facilities, and
work in the hospital gift shop. Volun-
teers can forge friendships with LTC
residents through the Friends Across
the Ages visitation program. The Knit
One Pray One program allows resi-
dents and volunteers to bond with one
another while knitting or crocheting
prayer shawls for people who need to
know that someone cares about them.
Volunteers also sew child-sized surgi-
cal caps for GRHS’ youngest surgical
patients to wear during surgery and
take home.
The Glencoe Regional Health Serv-
ices Foundation encourages young
people who are entering health sci-
ences programs by providing educa-
tion scholarships. In May 2015, 49
students from the area were awarded
Sanken-Hatz scholarships. The Foun-
dation also furnishes grants to fund a
variety of health care-related projects
in the surrounding communities such
as the McLeod County Senior Expo.
“We take pride in our organization’s
commitment to patient care and safety.
We’re grateful to have a caring, gener-
ous staff, dedicated board members
and the confidence of our patients and
their families,” says Jon Braband,
GRHS President and CEO.
For more information about Glen-
coe Regional Health Services, visit its
website at www.grhsonline.org or fol-
low it on Facebook and YouTube.
Healthcare
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The entrance to the emergency room, urgent
care and the medical clinic are all off of Hen-
nepin Avenue North.
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Glencoe
Days
Glencoe Days, the community’s annual celebration
held in June, boasts two days full of activities at Oak
Leaf Park. Activities include a corn feed, kiddie tractor
pull, parade, softball tournament, baseball games, car-
nival rides, live music, a fun run and walk, and more.
Other activities are sometimes held at various places
throughout the community.
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1. County Offices, North Complex
2. Christ Lutheran Church
3. Glencoe Regional Health Services
4. Social Services/Public Health
5. Stevens Seminary Stadium
6. Helen Baker Elementary School
7. Berean Baptist Church
8. Lincoln Junior High School
9. Panther Field House
10. Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
11. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
12. First Congregational UCC
13. First Evangelical Lutheran School
14. First Evangelical Lutheran Church
15. City Recycling Drop-off Site
16. Johnson-McBride Funeral Home
17. Glencoe City Center/Public Library
18. Post Office
19. Church of Peace UCC
20. St. Pius X Catholic Church
21. McLeod County Courthouse
22. Glencoe Fire Department
23. St. Pius X Catholic School
24. Compost/Brush Drop-off Site
25. Glencoe Police Department
26. Ice Skating Rink/Sled Hill
27. St. Pius X Catholic Cemetery
28. Public & Lutheran Cemeteries
29. Glencoe Aquatic Center
30. Wildlife Sanctuary
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Along with its Glencoe Days
and Holly Days celebrations,
Glencoe hosts several other
one-day or evening events
throughout the year, includ-
ing Dairy Day, a Glencoe-Sil-
ver Lake community pep
rally to kick off the new
school year, a farmers mar-
ket, and music in the park,
sponsored by the Glencoe
Lions Club.
Other
activities
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• Individualized Care/Services Provided for
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• Activities Offered: Daily Exercise, Weekly
Shopping Trip to Coborns, Social Events,
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• Paved Walking Paths around Facility,
Outdoor Garden & Sitting Areas.
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Assembly of God
Lighthouse Church
10478 Bell Ave., Plato
Sunday worship, 10 a.m.
Paul Friberg, pastor
Phone: 320-310-2117
www.facebook.com/
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Baptist
Berean Baptist
727 E. 16th St., Glencoe
Jonathan Pixler, pastor
Sunday worship, June-Aug., 9:30 a.m.;
Sept.-May, 10:20 a.m.
Phone: 864-6113
E-mail:
bereanprayerwarriors@yahoo.com
www.glencoebereanbaptist.org
Catholic
Church of the Holy Family
700 W. Main St., Silver Lake
Anthony Stubeda, pastor
Patrick Schumacher, associate pastor
Cornelius Ezeiloaku, associate pastor
Saturday Mass, 4 p.m.;
Sunday Masses, 8 a.m. & 8 p.m.
Phone: 327-2356
E-mail:
office@holyfamilysilverlake.org
www.holyfamilysilverlake.org
Church of St. Pius X
1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe
Anthony Stubeda, pastor
Saturday Mass, 6 p.m.;
Sunday Mass, 10 a.m. and Spanish
Mass, 11:30 a.m.
Phone: 864-5162
E-mail: stpiusx@stpiusxglencoe.org
www.stpiusxglencoe.org
St. Boniface Catholic
551 Main St., Stewart
Gerald S. Meidl, pastor
Sunday Mass, 8:30 a.m.
Phone: 562-2344
www.stanastasia.net
Presbyterian
Faith Presbyterian
108 W. Main St., Silver Lake
Sunday worship, 9:00 a.m.
Phone: 327-2452 or 327-3102
E-mail: faithfriends@embarqmail.com
Lutheran - ELCA
(Evangelical Lutheran
Church of America)
Christ Lutheran
1820 N. Knight Ave., Glencoe
Katherine Rood, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Wednesday worship, 7 p.m. (Sept. -
May)
Phone: 864-4549
E-mail: office@christluth.com
www.christluth.com
Grace Lutheran
8638 Plum Ave., Brownton
Andrew Hermodson-Olsen, pastor
Sunday worship, 8:45 a.m.
Phone: 328-5533
E-mail: contact@gracebrownton.org
www.gracebrownton.org
Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran
8374 8th Ave., New Auburn
Bradley Danielson, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 864-3561
E-mail: immanuellc@yahoo.com
www.immanuellutheranchurch.4t.com
St. Matthew’s Lutheran
2402 County Rd. 7, Fernando
Aaron Albrecht, pastor
Worship, 10 a.m.
St. Paul’s Lutheran
300 Croyden St., Stewart
Mahlon Bekedam, interim pastor
Saturday, 5 p.m.; Sunday worship,
June-Aug., 9:30 a.m.;
Sept.-May, 10 a.m.
Phone: 562-2352
E-mail: godscall@centurylink.net
www.godscall101.org
Lutheran - LCMS
(Missouri Synod)
First Evangelical Lutheran
925 E. 13th St., Glencoe
Daniel Welch, senior pastor
Ronald L. Mathison, care pastor
Sunday worship, 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.;
Phone: 864-5522
E-mail: office@firstglencoe.org.
www.firstglencoe.org
Good Shepherd Lutheran
1407 N. Cedar Ave., Glencoe
Robert Nowak, vacancy pastor
Ted Stroming, director of Christian ed-
ucation
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 864-6157
E-mail: office@gslcglencoe.org
www.gslcglencoe.org
Glencoe area churches
Glencoe area churches
Turn to page 41
Church of Peace
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First Ev. Lutheran
Church & School
925 E. 13th St. - Glencoe - (320) 864-5522
Missouri Synod
E-mail: office@firstglencoe.org
website: www.firstglencoe.org
Like us on facebook!
www.facebook.com/FirstLutheranGlencoe
Pastors: Daniel Welch, Senior Pastor
Ronald Mathison, Associate Pastor
Worship: Sundays 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Sharing Christ, Changing Lives!
Christ Lutheran Church
1820 Knight Avenue North
Glencoe, MN 55336
Evangelical Lutheran Church of America
“The Welcome Place”
Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m. year round
Wednesday Worship: 7:00 a.m. Sept.-May
Sunday School: 10:10-11:00 a.m. Sept.-May
Rev. Katherine Rood
Church Office: Phone: 320-864-4549
E-mail: office@christluth.com
www.christluth.com
4505 80
th
St., Glencoe
(320) 864-3093
5 miles SE of Glencoe
in Helen Township
“Friends & Family Gathering in the Country”
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Worship Service, 9:00 am
Sunday School, 10:00 am
Dennis Reichow, Pastor
E-mail: office@stjohnsglencoe.org
Web site: stjohnsglencoe.org
facebook.com/stjohnsglencoe
Wisconsin Synod
727 E. 16th St., Glencoe
Jonathan Pixler, Pastor
Sunday Worship, June-August, 9:30 a.m.
September-May, 10:30 a.m.
320-864-6113
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1407 Cedar Ave. N
Glencoe, MN 55336
Sunday Festival Worship, 9 a.m.
Sunday Education, 10:15 a.m.
(3 yr old – 8th grade, adults)
Youth Ministry & Bible Classes (online schedule)
www.gslcglencoe.org
Tel: (320) 864-6157
Email: ofce@gslcglencoe.org
Robert Nowak, Vacancy Pastor • Ted Stroming, DCE
Seeking the lost. Serving the hurting. Tending God’s Flock.
First Congregational
United Church of Christ
1400 Elliott Avenue N
Glencoe, MN 55336
firstcongochurch.org
320-864-3855
Sunday Service: 9:15am
Sunday School: 10:30am
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Immanuel Lutheran
700 Division St., Brownton
R. Allan Reed, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 328-5522
E-mail: office@immanuelbrownton.org
www.immanuelbrownton.org
St. John’s Lutheran
216 McLeod Ave. N., Plato
Tyson Mastin, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Bible Study Sunday at 10:10am
Bible Study Thursday at 8:30 am
Phone: 238-2550
E-mail:stjlplato@embarqmail.com
www.christ-4-u.org
Lutheran — WELS
(Wisconsin Evangelical)
St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran
4505 80th St., Glencoe
Helen Township
Dennis Reichow, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 864-3093
E-mail: office@stjohnsglencoe.org
www.stjohnsglencoe.org
United Church of
Christ
Church of Peace
520 E. 11th St., Glencoe
Joseph Clay, pastor
Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m.
Phone: 864-4556
First Congregational UCC
1400 Elliott Ave., Glencoe
Sunday worship, 9:15 a.m.
Phone: 864-3855
E-mail: congucc@gmail.com
www.firstcongochurch.org
St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
308 1st St. N.E., Plato
Brian Brosz, pastor
Sunday worship, 10 a.m.
Summer Service: 9:00 a.m.
(Memorial Day-Labor Day)
Phone: 238-2206
E-mail: platoucc@gmail.com
www.platochurch.com
Frieden’s County Line
11325 Zebra Ave., Norwood
Joseph Clay, pastor
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 238-2200
Non-
Denominational
Grace Bible Church
Cleveland Ave. S.W., Silver Lake
Dr. Tom Rakow, pastor
Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m.
Phone: 327-2352
www.silverlakechurch.org
St. John’s Church
13372 Nature Ave., Hutchinson
Hassan Valley Township
Worship: Sept.-May, 10:30 a.m.;
June-Aug., 9:30 a.m.
Phone: 587-5104
E-mail: rlt721@hotmail.com
Latter Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints
770 School Rd. N.W., Hutchinson
Thad P. Larson, branch president
Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m.
Phone: 587-5665
www.mormon.org
CCCC
Brownton Congregational
127 5th Ave. N., Brownton
Barry Marchant, pastor
Sunday worship, 10 a.m.
Phone: 952-210-2633
E-mail: pastor@browntoncongrega-
tional.org
www.browntoncongregational.org
Glencoe area
churches
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4-H Clubs
Jill Grams
McLeod County Extension,
320-484-4305
— Acoma Acorns, 320-583-2789
or 320-583-3978
— Bear Lake Beavers, 320-587-
5984, 320-587-9238
— Glencoe Jr. Pioneers, 320-327-2807
— Lake Marion Lakers, 320-328-4036
— Bergen Busy Bees, 320-282-3011
or 320-395-2329
— Lynn Hustlers, 320-587-9550
— McLeod County 4-H Riders,
320-583-474
— Otter Lake Royal Jrs.,
320-583-6836
— Weeping Willows, 320-864-4056
or 320-864-4365
— Winsted Jolly Jrs., 320-395-2806
or 320-485-2856
Alcoholics Anonymous
Christ Lutheran Church, Wednesdays
at 8:30 p.m.; Sundays, 8 p.m.
First Congregational Church, Thurs-
days, 8 p.m.
Al-Anon
First Congregational Church, Thurs-
days, 8 p.m.
American Legion
Post 95
James Entinger, 920-328-7512(cell)
jentinger@yahoo.com
American Legion Aux. 95
320-864-3641
Boy Scouts
Kevin Dietz, 320-510-2309
Brownton Lions Club
Jim Lindemann, President
Brownton Rod & Gun Club
320-328-5769
Brownton Women’s Club
320-328-5715
Conservation Partners of Amer-
ica
www.cpa-wildlife.org
Dave Sell, 320-864-6324
Crow River Habitat for Humanity
320-587-8868
Crow River Sno-Pros
Snowmobile Club
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Cub Scouts
Chad Christensen
Diabetes Support Group
Glencoe Regional Health Services,
320-864-3121, extension 348
Food For Kidz
320-562-2100
Girl Scouts
Gerri Fritzloff, 320-562-2369
Glencoe Area Chamber of
Commerce
Barbara Woida, 320-864-3650
Glencoe Karate Club
Lisa Bohnert, 320-864-2690
Glencoe Knights of Columbus
St. Pius X Catholic Church, 320-864-
5162
Glencoe Lions Club
Ron Dahlke, president
Glencoe Performing Artists Series
Anne Rudy, 320-864-7633
Glencoe Rotary Club
Charlie Guerrero, president
Glencoe Senior Citizens
Glencoe City Center senior citizens
room, 320-864-5586
Glencoe-Silver Lake Art Club
Shanda Landes, 320-864-2438
Glencoe-Silver Lake FFA
Rebekah Haddad, 320-864-2429
Glencoe Softball Association
952-393-6255,
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Glencoe Sportsmen Club & Ani-
mal Sanctuary
Terry Buska, 320-864-5410
Glencoe Study Club
President Mary Jo Schimelpfenig, 320-
864-4682
Gopher Campfire
24718 County Road 7, Hutchinson;
Phone: 320-587-4868
High Island Lake
Conservation Club
President Wayne Schultz, 320-864-
3815
Little Crow Riders Saddle Club
www.littlecrowriders.com
Major Avenue Hunt Club
11721 Major Ave., Glencoe, 320-864-
6025
McLeod Alliance for Victims
of Domestic Violence
P.O. Box 393, Hutchinson; 320-234-
7933, 800-934-0851
McLeod Fish & Wildlife
Adam Dammann, president
McLeod County Historical
Society
Hutchinson, 320-587-2109
Minnesota Button Box/
Concertina Club
Jeannie Enabnit, 320-864-7669
Narcotics Anonymous
Saturdays, 1820 Knight Ave., Glencoe,
7 p.m.
Panther Booster Club
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School,
320-864-2690
Parkinson’s Disease
Support Group
Roger Schultz, 320-864-5451
Retired Educators
Association
President Charlotte Dittmer
Shady Lane Sportsmen Club
Glencoe, 320-864-3936
Stewart Lions Club
Teresa Rosenow , 320-562-2443
TOPS
Tuesdays, First Congregational
Church, weigh-in 3:45 p.m. to
4:15 p.m.; meeting, 4:15 p.m.;
864-4174 or 864-5495.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
5102 and Auxiliary
320-864-5992
Clubs, organizations in Glencoe area
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Adult Training & Rehabilitation:
Christine Davis, Glencoe; Nancy Krcil,
Glencoe; Charlotte Knick, Brownton;
Cheryl Beilke, Hutchinson; Gerard Stifter,
Winsted; Richard Schimmel, Mayer; and
James Fahey, Hutchinson.
Board of Adjustment: Curtis Carrigan,
Brownton; Les Engelmann, Plato; Ron
Mickolichek, Silver Lake; Chuck Haus-
laden, Hutchinson; Robert Doerr, Stewart;
Marc Telecky and Larry Gasow, zoning de-
partment.
Board of Health: County commission-
ers Ron Shimanski, Doug Krueger, Paul
Wright, Sheldon Nies and Joe Nagel.
Buffalo Creek Watershed managers: Matt
Melberg, Hector; Scott Lang, Buffalo Lake;
Donald Belter, Glencoe; Larry Phillips,
Glencoe; Corey Henke, Stewart.
Crow River Joint Powers Board:
Commissioner Doug Krueger, McLeod
County; Mike Housman, Meeker County;
Paul Setzepfandt, Renville County; Jeff
Johnson, Hennepin County; Larry Lindor,
Pope County; Charlie Borrell, Wright
County; Tim Lynch, Carver County; Roger
Imdieke, Kandiyohi County; Joy Cohrs,
Sibley County; Jeff Mergen, Stearns
County.
Ditch inspector: Roger Berggren,
McLeod County environmentalist.
Ditch committee: David Dostal, Silver
Lake; Larry Phillips, Glencoe; Steve Reiner,
Hutchinson; Francis Svoboda, Hutchinson;
Scott Streich, Stewart; Roger Berggren,
county environmentalist; Cindy Schultz, au-
ditor/treasurer; Christy Christensen, GIS di-
rector.
Environmental Services advisory
committee: Corey Henke, Buffalo Creek
Watershed; Kevin Lindeman, Brownton;
Charles Mathews, SWCD; Skip Quade,
Hutchinson; Virgil Voigt, Hutchinson; Don-
ald Albrecht, Brownton; Lee Sundmark,
DNR; Adam Bielke, BWSR; Jeremy Moul,
BWSR; Clayton Schmitz, NRCS; Nathan
Winter, Extension; Ryan Freitag, SWCD;
Roger Berggren, environmentalist.
Extension committee: Marian Filk,
Hutchinson; Scott Streich, Stewart; Sara
Andersen, Hutchinson; Neal DeMars, Win-
sted; Carla Kuehn, Plato; Neal DeMars,
Winsted; Becky Kobow, Hutchinson;
Rachel Stender, Hutchinson; Casey Schulz,
Glencoe; Cindy Schultz, county auditor-
treasurer; commissioners Paul Wright and
Kermit Terlinden.
Fairgrounds commission: Jerry
Schimelpfenig, Glencoe; Scott Ziegler,
Hutchinson; Tim Ulrich, Hutchinson; Mar-
ian Filk, Hutchinson; Jill Grams, Extension
educator; Al Koglin, parks director; Randy
Starke, fairgrounds manager; Casey Walters,
fair manager; commissioners Paul Wright
and Joe Nagel.
Feedlot subcommittee to Environmen-
tal Services advisory committee: Kevin
Lindeman, Brownton; Jim Hueser, Glencoe;
Virgil Voigt, Hutchinson; Roger Engelmann,
Plato; Dale Hegland, Glencoe; Chris Hut-
ton; Commissioner Paul Wright; Ryan Fre-
itag, SWCD; Clayton Schmitz, NRCS;
Roger Berggren, environmentalist; Nathan
Winter Extension; Larry Gasow, zoning ad-
ministrator.
High Island Watershed managers:
Vernon Schlueter, Arlington; Leonard Eibs,
Henderson; Dwight Swanson, Hector; Her-
man Miller, Brownton; Orville Polzin, Gay-
lord.
McLeod County Public Health Advi-
sory: Chris Sonju, Glencoe; Barb Max,
Hutchinson; Genevieve Lhotka, Silver
Lake; Joan Ewald, Brownton; Dr. Catherine
McGinnis, Hutchinson; Bev Fritz-Hults,
Glencoe; commissioners Sheldon Nies and
Bev Wangerin.
Hike and Bike Trail: Gary Lenz, Win-
sted; Heidi Pflipsen, Plato; Martin Briggs,
Hutchinson; Larry Mulenburg, Glencoe; Ed
Doring, Hutchinson.
McLeod County HRA: James Mills,
Hutchinson; Charles Lemke, Glencoe;
James Lindeman, Brownton; Dorothy Mer-
rill, Silver Lake; Otto Templin, Hutchinson;
Commissioner Doug Krueger.
Subsurface Sewage Treatment Sys-
tems (SSTS): Commissioner Joe Nagel;
Curtis Carrigan, Brownton; William Hard,
Hutchinson; Mark Johnson, Plato; Robert
Billiet, Hutchinson; Paul Merkins, Stewart;
Donald Albrecht, Brownton; Robert Heil,
Brownton; Nathan Winter, Extension educa-
tor ; Roger Berggren, environmentalist;
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator.
McLeod For Tomorrow: Joe Nagel,
commissioner; Pat Melvin, county adminis-
trator; Mary Jo Wieseler, human resources;
Casey Walters, coordinator
McLeod Treatment Program, Inc.:
Chester Hoernemann, Glencoe; Bev Wan-
gerin, Hutchinson; Shirley Nowak, Glencoe;
Joseph Neubauer, Hutchinson; Gloria
Hilgers, Glencoe; commissioners Ron Shi-
manski and Joe Nagel.
Noxious weeds appeal committee:
Commissioners Paul Wright, Sheldon Nies,
Ron Shimanski, Doug Krueger and Joe
Nagel; Michael Laxen, Winsted.
Parks commission: Brad Duesterhoeft,
Hutchinson; Ryan Lemke, Glencoe; Tom
Prieve, Hutchinson; Dan Rickert, Brownton;
Jerome Thiemann; Doug Krueger, commis-
sioner.
Planning Advisory Commission: Paul
Merkins, Stewart; Curtis Carrigan, Brown-
ton; Larry Phillips, Glencoe; William Hard,
Hutchinson; commissioner Ron Shimanski;
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator..
Trailblazer Transit Joint Powers
Board: McLeod County commissioners,
Ron Shimanski, Sheldon Nies and Doug
Krueger; Sibley County commissioners, Jim
Swanson and Bill Pinske; Wright County
Area Transit (WCAT) representatives, Jack
Russek and Lynn Kissok.
McLeod County committees, commissions
Above is the McLeod County Courthouse, located on 11th Street in Glen-
coe.
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Cindy Schultz, county
auditor-treasurer
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1210
LynnEtte Schrupp,
county recorder
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1216
Scott Rehmann,
county sheriff
Winsted
Office: 320-864-1350
Michael K. Junge,
county attorney
Hutchinson
Office: 320-864-1265
2012 population: 36,104
County seat: Glencoe
Courthouse Telephone: 320-864-5551
Size: 503 square miles; 311,388 acres
Township roads: 465.35 miles
County roads: 401 miles
State highways: 102 miles
Townships: 14 (Glencoe, Helen, Bergen,
Acoma, Rich Valley, Collins, Sumter,
Round Grove, Penn, Lynn, Hassan Val-
ley, Hutchinson, Hale and Winsted.)
Cities: 9 (Glencoe, Hutchinson, Brown-
ton, Stewart, Silver Lake, Biscay, Plato,
Winsted and Lester Prairie).
Ron Shimanski,
1st District
23808 Jet Ave.,
Silver Lake 55381
320-485-2181
Doug Krueger,
2nd District
9525 County Road 2,
Glencoe
320-864-5944
Paul Wright,
3rd District
15215 County Road 7,
Hutchinson
587-7332
Sheldon Nies,
4th District
1118 S. Jefferson St.,
Hutchinson
320-587-5117
Joe Nagel,
5th District
20849 196th Road
Hutchinson, MN 55350
320-587-8693
Elected county officials
McLeod County District Court judges
McLeod County
Board of commissioners
Michael Savre
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1281
Terry Conkel
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1281
Patrick Melvin, county administrator
Office: 320-864-1363, Glencoe
Karen Messner, court administrator
Office: 320-864-1285, Glencoe
Dr. Quinn Strobl, medical examiner
Midwest Medical Examiner
Office: 763-323-6400, Ramsey
Jeff Rausch, county surveyor
Office: 320-587-4789, Hutchinson
Gary Sprynczynatyk, social services direc-
tor
Office: 320-864-1395, Glencoe
John Brunkhorst, county highway engineer
Office: 320-484-0234, Hutchinson
Sue Schulz, county assessor
Office: 320-864-1255, Glencoe
James Lauer, veterans officer
Office: 320-864-1268, Glencoe
Kevin Mathews, emergency services direc-
tor
Office: 864-1339, Glencoe
Nathan Winter, county extension educator
Office: 320-484-4303, Hutchinson
Jill Grams, 4-H coordinator
Office: 320-484-4305, Hutchinson
Allan Koglin, agricultural inspector
Office: 320-484-4307, Hutchinson
Jennifer Hauser, public health coordinator
Office: 320-864-1373, Glencoe
Ed Homan, solid waste director
Office: 320-484-4316, Hutchinson
Allan Koglin, parks superintendent
Office: 320-484-4307, Hutchinson
Scott Grivna, buildings supervisor/
purchasing coordinator
Office: 320-864-1221, Glencoe
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator
Office: 320-864-1218, Glencoe
Roger Berggren, environmentalist
Office: 320-864-1214, Glencoe
Vince Traver, information systems
Office: 320-864-1325, Glencoe
Appointed office heads
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been held at the Glencoe-Silver
Lake high school gymnasium.
The event raises money to fi-
nancially assist children from
birth to age 18 who are facing
substantial medical expenses
incurred as a result of a serious
accident or illness. The event
includes basketball games, a
variety of kids’ activities and
entertainment from local gym-
nasts, musicians and dancers.
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McLeod County Parks
1. Buffalo Creek Park
2. Swan Lake Park
3. William May Park
4. Stahls Lake Park
5. Lake Marion Park
6. Piepenburg Park
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The McLeod County park system
offers services for everyone from an
occasional picnic to a full-blown
camping and fishing trip.
There are six parks in the system.
Two of those — Lake Marion Park and
Piepenburg Park — offer camping,
public boat landings, volleyball courts,
softball fields, picnic shelters, showers
and other amenities.
Lake Marion Park is located on the
northeast corner of Lake Marion, north
and west of Brownton. It is served by
U.S. Highway 15 and located about 12
miles west of Glencoe. Those coming
from Glencoe can reach the lake by
driving west on County Road 3.
The 86-acre park opened in the
spring of 1981. The land, which was
formerly home to one of the larger
mink ranches in the United States, was
bought in 1975.
The facilities available include two
picnic shelters and grills, a one-mile
hiking trail, a beach (no lifeguard on
duty), a fishing pier, boat landing, main
shower building, camper dump station,
playground equipment, volleyball pit
and a softball field. Also, in season,
there are groomed cross-country ski
trails.
Lake Marion Park offers campers 36
RV sites and 14 tent sites.
There are many campsites available.
Fees for campers who require electrical
service are $25 a day, $132 per week or
$456 a month.
Fees for campers who do not require
electrical service are $18 a day (per
tent), $90 a week, or $307 a month.
There is an additional cost for air
conditioning hookups and use of the
camper dumping station.
To make camping reservations, con-
tact caretakers Patricia Carey or Larry
Cramb at 11655 State Highway 15,
Brownton, MN 55312, 320-328-4479.
The camping area is open May 1 to
Oct. 1.
There is a $35 fee to reserve a park
shelter at any of the county parks. Con-
tact the McLeod County Parks Office,
320-484-4334, to make reservations.
On the south edge of Lake Marion is
the Brownton Rod & Gun Club, which
County parks offer recreation options
Located 3 miles northwest of Silver Lake along County Road 16, Swan
Lake Park offers a picnic shelter, fishing pier, grills, open-space activi-
ties, nature trail, duck pond, large stand of spruce trees and groomed
cross-country ski trails on its 82 acres.
offers a boat landing, a picnic and
beach area, plus a concession stand.
Each Friday night at the clubroom,
there is a steak and pork chop fry.
Piepenburg Park is located on the
southeast corner of Belle Lake. From
Hutchinson, go north on Highway 15
to County Road 60, turn west and con-
tinue for 5 miles.
The park features two picnic shelters
with grills, a red rock trail, a beach (no
lifeguard on duty), a boat landing, a
fishing pier, a main shower building, a
camper dumping station, natural
prairie, playground equipment and
horseshoe pits, volleyball court and
softball field.
The fees for camping and the park
shelter are the same as for Lake Mar-
ion Park. To make reservations, con-
tact Merle and Ethel Olson, 21104
Belle Lake Road, Hutchinson, MN
55350, 320-587-2082.
Reservations for the park shelters at
Piepenburg may be made by contact-
ing the county parks office.
Buffalo Creek Park, three miles
southeast of Glencoe (near the airport),
is a little more than 45 acres and fea-
tures a picnic shelter with tables and
grills, playground equipment, open
space activities, nature trail, duck
pond, and a large stand of spruce trees.
Swan Lake Park is located three
miles northwest of Silver Lake on
County Road 16 and is 82 acres in
size. It features a picnic shelter, fishing
pier, grills, open space activities, na-
ture trail, duck pond, and a large stand
of spruce trees.
William May Park is located three
miles east of Winsted off of County
Road 85. Seventy-one acres in size, it
features a picnic shelter, tables, grills,
nature trail and a large stand of maple
trees.
Stahl’s Lake Park is located 6
1
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miles northwest of Hutchinson and is
127 acres in size. It features a picnic
shelter, tables, grills, a boat tile con-
necting French Lake to Stahl’s Lake, a
nature trail, a duck pond, a tree nursery
and groomed cross country ski trails.
The hours at all the parks are from 8
a.m. to sunset.
For additional information, contact
the McLeod County Parks Office lo-
cated at the county fairgrounds in
Hutchinson, 320-484-4334.
Swan Lake Park
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Biscay (320-864-5024): Ray Urban,
mayor; Jana Kunkel, clerk; Marian
Knoll, treasurer; Gary Koch, Dennis
Schwanke, Leroy Knoll and Donovan
Dose, council members. Meeting: Sec-
ond Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Brownton (320-328-5318): Norman
Schwarze, mayor; Ella Kruse,
clerk/treasurer; Curtis Carrigan, Dou-
glas A. Block, Tim Olson and Brian
Dressel, council members. Meeting:
First Tuesday, 7 p.m. Fax No. 320-328-
5318; web site: cityofbrownton.com.
Hutchinson (320-587-5151): Gary
T. Forcier, mayor; Matt Jaunich, ad-
ministrator/treasurer; John Lofdahl,
Chad Czmowski, Mary Christensen,
and Bill Arndt, council members.
Meetings: Second and fourth Tuesdays,
5:30 p.m. Fax No. 320-234-4240; e-
mail jcarter@ci.hutchinsonmn.us.
Lester Prairie (320-395-2646): Eric
Angvall, mayor; Marilyn Pawelk, coor-
dinator/treasurer; Tim Dahl, Ron Foust,
Larry Hoof and Robert Messer, council
members. Meeting: second Tuesday, 7
p.m. Fax No. 320-234-4240; e-mail:
marilyn@lesterprairiemn.us.
New Auburn (320-864-5831): Doug
Munsch, mayor; Wendy Becker, clerk,
Marlys Becker, treasurer; Dennis
Kuehl, Sheri Lowden, Elizabeth Frahm
and Rebecca Brockoff, council mem-
bers. Meeting: Second Monday, 7 p.m.
Plato (320-238-2432): Bob Becker,
mayor; Gerri Scott, clerk-treasurer;
Jake Nelson, VeeAnn Wood, Robert
Pflipsen and Dennis Oltmann, council
members. Meeting: Second Monday, 7
p.m. Fax No. 320-238-2542 or 320-
234-4240; e-mail: cityofplato@
embarqmail.com.
Silver Lake (320-327-2412): Bruce
Bebo, mayor; Kerry Venier, clerk/trea-
surer. Joshua Mason, Ken Merrill and
Nolan Johnson, council members (one
vacancy. Meetings: First and third Mon-
day. Fax No. 320-327-2299; e-mail:
kerry.venier@mchsi.com. Web site:
cityofsilverlake.org.
Stewart (320-562-2518): Jason
Peirce, mayor; Ronda Huls, clerk/trea-
surer; Jim Eitel, Chuck Kruggel, Curt
Glaeser and Kevin Klucas, council
members. Meeting: Second Monday, 7
p.m. Fax. No. 320-562-2518; e-mail:
cityhall@mchsi.com.
Winsted (320-485-2366): Steve
Stotko, mayor; Steve Wilfahrt, adminis-
trator; Deb Boelter, clerk/treasurer;
Bonnie Quast, Tom Ollig, Max Fasching
and George Schulenberg, council mem-
bers. Meetings: First and third Tues-
days, 6 p.m. Fax No. 320-485-2858;
e-mail: clerk@winsted.mn.us.
Other city councils
Brownton Area Civic Center
After the McLeod West School District (Brown-
ton and Stewart) dissolved in 2009, the city of
Brownton bought the former school building and
converted it to the Brownton Area Civic Center,
creating new city office space and council
chambers, and an expanded home for the
Brownton Public Library.
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Brownton Cabin Fever Days
Brownton’s Cabin Fever Days orig-
inated in 2011, when several Brown-
ton-area organizations came
together to organize a three-day cel-
ebration as a fundraiser for the
Brownton Area Civic Center. The
center was converted from the old
Brownton school building and is
now home to the library, city offices
and gymnasium. Cabin Fever Days
is set annually in February and fea-
tures a mystery dinner theater,
dance, comedy show, bean bag
tournament, a children’s event at
the library and other activities.
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State legislators
State House of Representatives
State Senate
Federal legislators
U.S. Rep. Collin
Peterson, D
2211 Rayburn House
Office Building
Washington, D.C.
20512-307
Phone: 202-225-2165
Fax: 202-225-1593
Web site:
collinpeterson.house.gov
Main District Office
714 Lake Ave., Suite 107
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
Phone: 218-847-5056
Fax: 218-847-5109
U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D:
309 Hart Senate
Office Building
Washington, D.C.
20510
Phone: 202-224-5641
E-mail:
info@franken.senate.gov.
St. Paul office
60 E. Plato Blvd.
Suite 220
St. Paul, MN 55107
651-221-1016
Governor Mark Dayton
116 Veteran Service Building
20 W. 12th St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-201-3400
1-800-657-3717
Fax: 651-797-1850
E-mail:
mark.dayton@state.mn.us
Lt. Tina Smith
116 Veteran Service Building
20 W. 12th St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-296-3391
Attorney General Lori Swanson
1400 Bremer Tower
445 Minnesota St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55101
651-296-3353
1-800-657-3787
E-mail:
Attorney.General@ag.state.mn.us
Secretary of State Steve Simon
180 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-201-1324
secretary.state@state.mn.us
State Auditor Rebecca Otto
525 Park St., Suite 500
St. Paul, Minn. 55103
651-296-2551
Fax: 651-296-4755
E-mail:
state.auditor@state.mn.us
Minnesota Constitutional officers
District 18
Sen. Scott Newman,
R-Hutchinson
State Office Building, Room 141
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
651-296-4131 (office)
320-587-5965 (home)
E-mail: sen.scott.newman@senate.mn
District 18B Glenn Gruenhagen,
R-Glencoe
241 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
651-296-4229 or 800-341-0510 (office)
320-864-3911 (home)
E-mail: rep.glenn.gruenhagen@house.mn
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D
302 Hart Senate
Office Building
Washington, D.C., 20510
Pone: 202-224-3244
Fax: 202-228-2186
E-mail: www.klobuchar.
senate.gov/contact-amy
Minnesota office
1200 Washington Ave. S.,
Room 250
Minneapolis, MN 55415
612-727-5220
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The Sibley Shopper
The Sibley Shopper is a total market coverage shopper that saturates Sibley County
(except for Gibbon), portions of Carver and McLeod Counties. It is delivered on
Saturdays to early Sunday morning to approximately 7,200 homes and businesses.
The Sibley Shopper office is located at
402 W. Alden Street in Arlington, 55307.
Phone: (507) 964-5547 / Fax: (507) 964-2423
To advertise, e-mail: info@arlingtonmnnews.com or call 507-964-5547.
The Glencoe Advertiser
The Glencoe Advertiser is a total market coverage shopper that saturates a 15 mile
radius of Glencoe, McLeod, Carver and Sibley Counties. It is delivered on
Saturdays to early Sunday morning to approximately 13,300 homes and businesses.
The Glencoe Advertiser office is located at
716 East 10th Street in Glencoe, 55336.
Phone: (320) 864-5518 / Fax: (320) 864-5510
Web site: www.glencoenews.com
To advertise, e-mail: advertising@glencoenews.com or call 320-864-5518.
The Galaxy
The Galaxy is a common supplement that is inserted into many of the area newspapers
in McLeod, Sibley, Renville and Meeker counties. It has a total circulation of 22,000.
To advertise, e-mail: advertising@glencoenews.com or call 320-864-5518.
The McLeod County Chronicle Continuing The Glencoe Enterprise
The McLeod County Chronicle is a weekly newspaper. It is the official newspaper of
McLeod County, the city of Glencoe, and the GSL school district (which includes the
communities of Glencoe, Plato, Brownton, Silver Lake, New Auburn, Biscay, and areas
of Lester Prairie). The paper is a Wednesday publication, averaging 20 pages in two
sections with full color options and has a circulation of 3,300.
The Chronicle office is located at
716 East 10th Street in Glencoe, 55336.
Phone: (320) 864-5518 / Fax: (320) 864-5510
Web site: www.glencoenews.com
To advertise, e-mail: advertising@glencoenews.com or call 320-864-5518.
Arlington ENTERPRISE
The Arlington Enterprise is a weekly newspaper covering area news and sports in the
Arlington and Green Isle communities. The paper is a Thursday publication, averaging
10 pages with full color options and has a circulation of 1,500.
The Arlington Enterprise office is located at
402 W. Alden Street in Arlington, 55307.
Phone: (507) 964-5547 / Fax: (507) 964-2423.
Web site: www.arlingtonmnnews.com
To advertise, e-mail: info@arlingtonmnnews.com or call 507-964-5547.
Glencoe Advertiser * The McLeod County Chronicle * The Galaxy
The Sibley Shopper * Arlington Enterprise
online at
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Arlington
ENTERPRISE
Serving the Communities of Arlington and Green Isle, Minnesota
www.arlingtonmnnews.com
Volume 129 • Number 49 • Thursday, June 6, 2013 • Arlington, MN 55307
Single copy $1.00
By Dave Pedersen
Correspondent
At the top of the consent
agenda that started the Sibley
County Board of Commis-
sioners meeting on Tuesday,
May 28 was accepting the
resignation of Darin Mielke
as public works director ef-
fective Friday, June 14.
The consent agenda was
started by new County Ad-
ministrator Matt Jaunich as a
way to speed up routine mat-
ters where no discussion is
needed. That is why there
was no big issue made re-
garding Mielke resigning
after serving eight years as
public works director and
county engineer.
Mielke directed the depart-
ment responsible for the man-
agement and planning of Sib-
ley County’s transportation
and park systems.
After the meeting, Jaunich
said Mielke took a position in
Carver County as the assis-
tant public works director and
deputy county engineer. Jau-
nich added, “Darin will be
missed and he has done a lot
to prepare the county for fu-
ture needs.”
In his resignation letter,
Mielke expressed his grati-
tude for all the benefits Sib-
ley County has brought to his
life, including experience
gained in the business of
county government.
“I am grateful for the op-
portunities and support given
to me and the tireless and
often overlooked efforts of
h employees in Sibley
Public Health and Human
Services for renewal of sever-
al contracts. One is to partici-
pate in the local collaborative
time study. Another is with
the Mayo Clinic Health Sys-
tem for hospice services and
another is with Sibley Med-
ical Center for medical con-
sultation.
Contracts for community-
based waiver services were
approved with Good Samari-
tan Society, Lutheran Social
Services, Minnesota Valley
Health Center, Mom’s Meals
and South View Living Cen-
ter.
A new contract agreement
was signed with PrimeWest
Health for home health care
provider participation.
Other Business
• Jaunich presented the
quarterly financial report for
Sibley Estates. The two Sib-
ley East and West apartment
complexes reported a total
actual year to date income
that is above budget by more
than $32,000.
• The board approved the
2013 Arlington Safe Routes
To School project construc-
tion engineering agreement.
The City of Arlington was
awarded a nearly $200,000
federal grant for the safe
routes to school project.
Since there are federal funds
involved, a separation of
tasks is required. The Arling-
ton city engineer will be hired
to do the design work and the
county is asked to do the con-
struction, administration and
i work
say what they are doing with
economic development and
go home.
Swanson added that Jau-
nich has taken the committee
in a different direction “from
a good standpoint.” Swanson
said communities are being
advised to what is available
for city funding. It is more of
a working committee where it
can dream about possibilities.
Joy Cohrs said she learned
the state health department
was approved for funding,
but the SHIP program re-
ceived $5 million less, down
from $40 million to 35 mil-
lion.
She also talked about a
new strain of influenza com-
ing from China called H7N9.
A new virus was also recently
identified.
Cohrs said the Minnesota
River Board is working on re-
structuring and proposing a
29-member board.
There has been talk about
starting a class at Ridgewater
College to train county ditch
viewers. Cohrs said it looks
like a 30 to 40-hour course
would be more expensive
than thought, but hopefully
enough counties will go
along with it to cover the
costs.
News from the state work
force program reports that
Sibley County has the lowest
unemployment rate in the
state since the recession.
Plus, more people in the 50-
plus age group are looking
for jobs.
The Library Board met and
introduced Heidi Storm as the
ew librarian in Gaylord.
After 8 years, Mielke resigns as
the county public works director
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Arlington City Coun-
cil, during its regular meeting
on Monday night, June 3,
nanimously adopted a reso-
h t
local access to care, stabilize
and expand physician base,
minimize the risk to taxpay-
ers from the business of
healthcare, consider options
when the Sibley Medical
Center is strong, not weak,
f th
patient experience, create in-
novative ways to meet the
healthcare needs of the com-
munities, and grow the Sibley
Medical Center services to
lead to a growth in market
share and provide potential
new opportunities for staff.
lked
Sibley Medical Center to
affiliate with Ridgeview
Enterprise photo by Kurt Menk
Sibley Medical Center Administrator
Todd Sandburg talked about the affilia-
tion between the Sibley Medical Center
and the Ridgeview Medical Center to
approximately 50 people during a pub-
lic forum at the Arlington Community
Center on Thursday night, May 30.
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Glencoe, Minnesota Vol. 116, No. 22
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
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The McLeod County
On to state
GSL boys, girls earn state berths
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Class president: So don’t be afraid; dreams come true
By Joseph Fehrenbach Class president Good evening ladies and gentlemen, teachers, faculty and fellow classmates. Welcome and thank you for coming tonight. Freedom! We’re done! We put in the time and the effort! We no longer have the disease known as senioritis.
In a short while we will be receiving our diplo- mas and officially be graduating from Glencoe- Silver Lake High School. And what a four years this journey has been! This class has accomplished many things to- gether and has created what I’m sure will be life- long friendships. No one here can deny that this class is the most athletic, the smartest, and the most responsible class that this school has ever seen. We have ac- complished this by always pushing each other and striving to be better, with much help from our par-
ents, teachers, friends and community! I want to thank all our parents for always caring for us and loving us even when we make dumb decisions. Thank you to our teachers for always challenging us and pushing us to do our best. Thank you to all our friends, who were always there for us. And thank you to the community and Boosters Club for all the support they have given us. We wouldn’t be where we are today without all the support we have received. As I put on my gown this morning, I was re- minded of my first day of kindergarten. I remem- ber getting on the bus with a sense of fear and trepidation. I was entering a new part of life out- side my home and away from parents. I also remember my first day in high school. I was a little nervous because the school seemed re- ally big to me, and I didn’t know where all my classes were and what high school would be like. As I stand in front of you today, I have the same
sense of fear. We are done with high school, but what do we do now? Where do we go from here? I really don’t know what is going to happen. Sure, we have plans, but when does anything ever go as planned? Some of us will be going into the armed forces, some to college, and others will choose to start working. Some are ready to go to experience true independence for the first time. Others, like myself, are fearful of the unknown. Fearful of how my laundry will get done! I think, sometimes, we are so scared about the future that we forget to live in the present. Many of us are scared to go off to college. Scared of what will happen to our relationhsips with our friends when we are separated by great distances for long periods of time. Some of us may be holding back because we are scared. Don’t pass up opportunities for fear of
Joseph Fehrenbach
Assessments
draw a crowd By Rich Glennie Editor
About 25 people attended Monday’s public hearing on the city’s 2013 street im- provement plan that will in- clude special assessments for a portion of the nearly $2.2 million project. The first phase of a multi- phased comprehensive street improvement plan will in- clude a combination of pa ti l
Hendrickson (SEH), the city consulting engineer. But a 35 percent assess- ment on the partial recon- struction and mill and overlay work will be paid by benefit- ing property owners, and that was the rub with most of those in attendance. Several people who spoke asked the city to have the en- tire community pay for th
Fehrenbach Turn to page 2
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Business
Expo
Each February, the Glen-
coe Area Chamber of
Commercer sponsors a
Business Expo. Along
with an opportunity for
local businesses to
showcase their products
and services, the Expo
offers entertainment and
educational sessions on
a variety of topics.
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Glencoe has a lot to offer
when it comes to senior liv-
ing. From independent living
to enhance memory care,
there is the right location for
you or your family member.
Glenhurst Apartments
515 Abby Lane - Glen-
hurst Apartments offers 12
one-bedroom newly updated
senior apartments. Glenhurst
features park like ground and
has a community room.
Rental assistance is available.
320-864-4393 or 952-935-
6256 for more information.
Grand Meadows
1420 Prairie Ave - Grand
Meadows has one- or two-
bedroom apartments for
those seeking independent
living, assisted living or ad-
vanced memory care.
Built in 2009, Grand Meadows has unfurnished one- or
two-bedroom apartments ranging from 599 square feet to
959 square feet. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen,
laundry room and one or two bathrooms. All of the apart-
ments are leased on a 30-day basis; there is no lock-in con-
tract.
There are many different styles of apartments to choose
from. Some have French doors, balconies, views of the
city, while others offer a view of farmland.
Grand Meadows offers many other amenities for tenants
to enjoy, such as: a great room, community lounge, coffee
shop, game room, garages, storage facilities, exercise
room, beautiful sitting areas, a pond and walking paths
around the building to name a few.
Grand Meadows can accommodate seniors with medical
needs, through our assisted living services. The services
offered can include housekeeping, medication manage-
ment, assistance with dressing, grooming, escorts, etc.
One of the specialty services Grand Meadows offers is
Enhanced Memory Care, which is for those that have de-
mentia and Alzheimer’s disease. This level of care pro-
vides specialized assistance with the tenant’s emotional,
physical, intellectual, spiritual and cognitive areas.
In addition, Grand Meadows has apartments available
for couples who would like to stay living together, even
though they may have different needs.
Grand Meadows has staff on duty 24-hours a day, seven
days a week to help with tenants’ needs.
Call 320-864-5577 for more information.
Millie Beneke Manor
1319 Greeley Ave. - Millie Beneke Manor has 41 apart-
ments of subsidized senior living.
On-site senior dining, activities and a central location are
among the amenities Millie Beneke has to offer.
For more information call 320-864-4414.
Orchard Estates
1900 Ford Ave. - Orchard Estates is an attractive apart-
ment complex which offers independent living for people
who are “55 and better.” Connected by an indoor walkway
to Glencoe Regional Health Services’ Long Term Care fa-
cility, hospital and clinic, tenants have easy access to doctor
appointments, the GRHS gift shop and hospital cafeteria.
Orchard Estates provides the community and activity
that's missing for some people who live alone.
Orchard Estates offers 40 spacious, well-designed apart-
ments. Rent includes all utilities, cable television, activities,
weekly light housekeeping and maintenance. Heated
garages are also available.
A lively monthly activity calendar offers opportunities for
Bingo, games, trivia, parties, socials, refreshments and card
games.
Orchard Estates is registered with the Minnesota Depart-
ment of Health as a Housing with Services provider and has
adopted the Aging Services of Minnesota’s Housing with
Services Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics demonstrates
to the public that they can count on providers of older adult
services to hold themselves accountable for the quality of
information and services they provide.
For more information about Orchard Estates, visit their
web site at www.orchard-estates.org or call 320-864-3559.
Many options for senior living
Millie Beneke Manor
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Heat in the Street
In 2012, the Glencoe Fire De-
partment Relief Association
started Heat in the Street, a
one-evening music festival fea-
turing some of the top names in
country music, including Eric
Pasley, Montgomery Gentry,
Chris Hawkey, Josh Thomp-
son, Blackhawk and more. The
festival is preceded by a com-
munity “Pre-Heat Party,” spon-
sored by the Glencoe Days
Committee and the Chamber of
Commerce. The pre-heat party
features food, a bean bag tour-
nament, hammerschlagen, chil-
dren’s activities and more. The
two events are held the fourth
weekend of July in the Glencoe
City Center parking lot.
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weekend celebration held at the beginning of
August and includes street dances and live
music, toilet bowl races, a kiddie parade and
grand parade, kiddie games, a classic car show,
tractor pull and kids pedal pull, a polka Mass,
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more.
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The origins of the names of town-
ships in McLeod County as taken from
page 317 of the Minnesota Historical
Society Collections, Vol. 17-1902:
Glencoe — Valley in Scotland
where McDonald clan was massacred.
Hassan (Valley) — Indian word
haza or hahzah meaning sugar, maple
sap or sweet juice. South branch of the
Crow River was called Hassan River,
1860-69.
Acoma — Named for a Pueblo vil-
lage in New Mexico by Dr. Kennedy.
Bergen — Named for city of that
name in Norway.
Biscay — Named for Bay of Biscay
bordering France and Spain.
Brownton — The town site was the
former farm of Alonzo Brown.
Collins — Named after an early set-
tler by that name.
Hale — Either named for an early
settler by that name or for a prominent
statesman by that name.
Helen — Wife of Sheriff Armstrong
and first white woman to settle in that
township.
Hutchinson — Group of singers
who founded the town.
Lester Prairie — For John Lester
on whose farmstead the town began in
1888.
Lynn — Town in Massachusetts.
Penn — By Germans from Pennsyl-
vania.
Plato — Named for Greek philoso-
pher Plato.
Rich Valley — For its rich soil.
Round Grove — For a large grove
of trees in that vicinity.
Stewart — For founder Dr. D.A.
Stewart.
Sumter — After Fort Sumter.
Winsted — After Winsted, Con-
necticut.
How McLeod County townships were named
Acoma Township (320-587-6471): Cor-
rinne Schlueter, clerk; Gary Graham, treas-
urer; Ron Rusch, Lynn Splittgerber and
Larry Karg, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 7 p.m.
Bergen Township (320-395-0173):
Amy Meyer, clerk; Angela Leverich, treas-
urer; Albert Teubert, Sheldon Ehrke and
Francis Burch, supervisors. Meetings: Sec-
ond Thursday, 7 p.m.
Collins Township (320-562-2567): Alan
Fredrickson, clerk; Daniel Benson, treas-
urer; Peter Maiers, James Friedrichs and
Jay Reiner, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Glencoe Township (320-864-3584):
David Milbrand, clerk; Bruce Bargmann,
treasurer; James Hueser, Duane Haag and
John Albers, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Hale Township (320-327-2538):
Tammy Stifter, clerk; Colleen Kaczmarek, treasurer; Clarence
Juncewski, Roger Pokornowski and Ron Mickolichek, super-
visors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Hassan Valley Township (320-587-6055): Robert E. An-
derson, clerk; Shirley Troska, treasurer; Garrett Luthens, Steve
Reiner and Randy Kirchhoff, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Helen Township (320-2864-6349): Karen Mackenthun,
clerk; Tammy S. Mathews, treasurer; Rodney Mathews, Mark
Johnson and Leslie Engelmann, supervisors. Meetings: Sec-
ond Thursday, 8 p.m.
Hutchinson Township (320-234-3793): John C. Gregor,
clerk; Marlys Swenson, treasurer; Brent Uecker, Jon Chris-
tensen and David Ondracek, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Lynn Township (320-587-2746): Cheryl Bleil, clerk; Jackie
Reiner, treasurer; Doug Johnson, Corey Henke and Paul
Merkins, supervisors. Meetings: Second Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Penn Township (320-328-5375): Donald R. Albrecht,
clerk; David E. Schuch, deputy clerk; Veryl Becker, treasurer;
Kevin Lindeman, deputy treasurer; Kevin Miller, Wilbert
Hahn and Neil Winterfeldt, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Monday, 8:30 a.m.
Rich Valley Township (320-864-6647): Theresa A. Rusten,
clerk; Faye Bruckshen, treasurer; Donald Lhotka, Rodney
Schmidt and Bob Novak, supervisors. Meeting: Second
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Round Grove Township (320-328-5277): Deborah Zell-
mann, clerk; LeRoy Hedtke, treasurer; Robert Doerr, Elmer
Rettig and Darwin Wagner, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Monday, 7 p.m.
Sumter Township (320-328-5789): Janel Zimmerman,
clerk; Donald Husske, treasurer; Jeff Kosek, Gary Waller and
Joel Griebie, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 7:30
p.m.
Winsted Township (320-485-3552): Lisa Bayerl, clerk;
Nina Stifter, treasurer; Tony Hausladen, Nathan Schmalz and
Brian Anderson, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 8
p.m.
Township offices
Members of the Rich Valley Town Board meet in their recently renovated
town hall.
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Pryor Place, 1524 E. 13th St.— six
units, five two-bedrooms; one one-
bedroom; (garages extra). Call 952-
466-5549
Northwood Apartments, 1413 E.
16th St., 864-5877 — 39 units, (some
qualify for rental assistance) one-bed-
room apartments; two-bedroom (no as-
sistance); and three-bedroom
townhouses.
Towns Edge Estates, 1710 Newton
Ave. and 1720 Newton Ave.,
Stephanie, 320-864-6600 — 42 units
(eight one-bedrooms; 22 two-bed-
rooms; and 12 three-bedrooms; (20
garages available).
Morningside Meadows I, 2505 E.
11th St., Marathon Management, 320-
510-5150 — 12 units, 1 one-bedroom,
11 two-bedrooms, (8 garages).
Morningside Meadows II, 1206
Baldwin Ave., Marathon Management,
320-510-5150 — 12 units, 7 two-bed-
rooms, 1 one-bedroom (8 garages).
Morningside Meadows III, 1214
Baldwin Ave., Marathon Management,
320-510-5150 — 18 units, 11 two-bed-
room; 7 one-bedroom.
Park Place, 2204 E. 14th St., John
Korngiebel, 587-2483 — 16 units
(low income).
513 E. 13th Street, Norma Dahl,
864-3538 — 4 units, all two-bed-
rooms.
1110 Armstrong Avenue — 4 units,
3 two-bedroom; 1 one-bedroom.
Marathon Management, 320-510-5150
1605 E. 1st Street, John Doidge,
864-3447 — 4-plex with two bed-
rooms each.
806 N. Pleasant Avenue, John
Doidge, 864-3447 — Duplex with two
bedrooms each.
831 Greeley Avenue, Chris D. Eu-
rich, 864-6390 — 4 units, 3 one-bed-
rooms and 1 two-bedroom.
Tall Oaks Properties, 1103 E. 14th
Street — 6 units, 5 one-bedroom and
1 efficiency. Call 952-955-1889.
Town and Country Properties,
2103 E. 9th Street — 12 units and 10
garages, 10 two-bedrooms and 2 one-
bedroom. Call 952-442-4325.
J&C Cardinal Properties, 908
Pleasant Ave., 864-9974 — 4 units,
two bedrooms.
Beihoffer Lake Apartments, 715
Greeley Ave., John Korngiebel, 320-
587-2483 — 8 units. Fee based on in-
come.
Colonial Apartments, 1805 E. 10th
St., Marathon Management, 320-510-
5150 — 8 units, 7 two-bedroom; 1 ef-
ficiency.
Glenhurst Apartments, 515 Abby
Lane, 864-4393, 12 units.
West Court Apartments, 908 Rus-
sell Ave., Marathon Management, 320-
510-5150 — 8 units, all two-bedroom.
East Court Apartments, 915
Stevens Ave., Marathon Management,
320-510-5150 — 8 units, 7 two-bed-
room; 1 one-bedroom (8 garages).
Millie Beneke Manor, 1319 Gree-
ley Ave., 864-5282 — 41 units of sub-
sidized elderly housing.
1419 E. 15th St., Tom Dressel, 864-
3629 — six units.
1108 Hennepin Ave., Bill Gould,
864-4414 — 6 units.
Orchard Estates, 1900 Ford Ave.,
864-3559, Nancy Ellefson — 40 units,
(senior living).
Kestral Park Townhomes, 2401 E.
14th St., 864-4869 — 12 units, two-
bedroom; three-bedroom.
County HRA townhomes, 1402-
1432 Morningside Drive, 320-235-
8637 — 40 units.
Grand Meadows Senior Living,
1420 Prairie Ave., 864-5577
Rental units in Glencoe area
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Stewartfest is hosted the fourth weekend of
June in Stewart, 18 miles west of Glencoe on
Highway 212. The three-day celebration in-
cludes street dances, a firemen’s waterball
contest, live music, beer pong tournaments,
an antique tractor pull, pedal-pull contest,
kids’ games, a parade, a lawn tractor pull,
sweet corn feed, medallion hunt, an antique
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Al’s Auto Sales, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Arnold’s Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Berean Baptist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Bernie’s Furniture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Bergmann Interiors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Bonnie Mohr Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Bump’s Family Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Casey’s General Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Christ Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Coborn’s Superstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Coldwell Banker Burnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Conklin - Franke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Contemporary Dental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Crow River Press . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Crow River Sno Pros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Crow River Winery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Cutting Edge Salon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Dale’s Appliance & Refrigeration, Inc. . . . . . . . . . .56
Dominion Home Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Dubb’s Grill & Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Dunbar Dental Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Early Childhood Family Education . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Edward Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Exsted Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Farm Bureau Financial Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Fashion Interiors/ Fashion Boutique . . . . . . . . . . . .48
First Congregational Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
First Ev. Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
First Lutheran School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
First Minnesota Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Flatworks Concrete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
The French Bucket Floral & Gift Shop . . . . . . . . . .44
Fullerton Lumber - TBC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Gauer Chiropractic Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Gavin, Winters & Long Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Glen Knoll Manufactured Home Park/Storage . . . .56
Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . .14
Glencoe City Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Country Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Family Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Glencoe Fleet Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Lions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Glencoe Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Regional Health Services . . . . . .Back Cover
Glencoe Veterinary Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Glencoe VFW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Glencoe Wine & Spirits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Gould’s Jewelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Grand Meadows Senior Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Gruenhagen Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
GSL Public Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Happy Hour Inn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Harpel Bros. Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Headquarters Lifestyle Salon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Hearing Care Specialists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Home Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover
Hutchinson Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Jerry Scharpe LPA Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
The Jonas Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Kahnke Brothers Tree Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
KDUZ/KARP/KGLB Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Kevin Post Ins. Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Light & Power Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
McLeod Coop Power Assn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
McLeod County Chronicle . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 32, 41, 56
McLeod County Household Hazardous Waste . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover
McLeod Publishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58, 62
MidCountry Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Midwest Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Mikolichek Plumbing & Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
NAPA Auto Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Neubarth Lawn Care & Landscaping . . . . . . . . . . . .54
NU-Telecom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Panther Field House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
PJ’s How 2 Spirits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Pla-Mor Ballroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Priority One/Metrowest Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Pro Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Professional Insurance Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
PureLife Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
RDV Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Re/Max Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Schad, Lindstrand & Schuth, LTD. CPA . . . . . . . . . .28
Security Bank & Trust, Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Seneca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Silver Lake Auditorium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Snap Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
St. John’s Ev. Lutheran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
State Farm - Anderson Ins. & Financial Services . .42
Super 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
T C & W Railroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
The Temple Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Thomas A. Schoeneberger, DDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Trailblazer Transit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Unhinged! Pizza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Wee Friends Creative Preschool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Young America Mutual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
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