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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
Community
Churches
Fitness
Panther Field House . . . .14
Christ Lutheran Church . .38
First Congregational Church . .38
First Ev. Lutheran Church . . .38
Good Shepherd Lutheran 38
St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church . . .38
Medical
Library
Mental Health
Glencoe Public Library . .18
The Jonas Center . . . . . .14
Newspaper
Wellness
DaVita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
GRHS . . . . . . . .Back Cover
Dominion Home Health . .54
Hutchinson Health . . . . . .40
McLeod Publishing, Inc.
(Chronicle/Advertiser) . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . .22, 41, 56, 64
Laurie Gauer – Certified
Health Coach . . . . . . . .64
Organizations
Seneca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
T C & W Railroad . . . . . . .24
Crow River Sno Pros . . . .52
Glencoe Area Chamber of
Commerce . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe Lions . . . . . . . . .48
Glencoe VFW . . . . . . . . . .32
Education
Schools
ECFE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
First Ev. Lutheran School . . .8
GSL Public Schools . . . . . .6
Wee Friends Creative
Preschool . . . . . . . . . . .10
Entertainment
Crow River Winery . . . . . .64
Glencoe City Center . . . .28
Glencoe Country Club . . .40
KDUZ/KARP/KGLB . . . . .48
Pla-Mor Ballroom . . . . . .32
Silver Lake Auditorium . .32
Banks/Financial Services
Restaurants/Take-Out
First Minnesota Bank . . . .20
MidCountry Bank . . . . . .14
Security Bank & Trust, Co. . .30
Thrivent Financial . . . . . .24
Bump’s Family Restaurant . .32
Casey’s General Store . . .36
Happy Hour Inn . . . . . . . .32
Unhinged! Pizza . . . . . . . .32
Building/Construction
Sanitation
RDV Construction . . . . . .44
TBC – Fullerton Lumber . . .40
Mumford Sanitation . . . . .44
Child Care
Trailblazer Transit . . . . . . .42
Precious Little Blessings
Daycare & Preschool . .38
Real Estate
Manufactured Homes
Glen Knoll Manufactured
Home Park/Storage . . .14
Real Estate Agents
Coldwell Banker Burnet . .62
Priority One/Metrowest . .36
Re/Max Homes . . . . . . . .16
Specialty Housing
Electrical Services
Custom Framing
Light & Power
Commission . . . . . . . . .62
Farm Equipment
Arnold’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Midwest Machinery . . . . .64
Hair & Beauty Salons
Cutting Edge Salon . . . . .28
Hotel/Motel
Super 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Insurance Agencies
Services
Accounting/Tax Services
Legal Services
Gavin, Winters & Long Ltd. . . .18
Health/Medical
Jerry Scharpe LPA Ltd . .36
Liberty Tax . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Schad, Lindstrand & Schuth . .14
Painting
Chiropractor
Alteration/Dry Cleaning
Plumbing/Heating
Gauer Chiropractic Clinic . . .36
Glencoe Family
Chiropractic . . . . . . . . .16
Pure Life Chiropractic . . .54
The Temple Cleaners . . . .10
Dentists
Auto Sales/Service
Contemporary Dental . . .24
Dunbar Dental Clinic . . . .24
Schoeneberger,
Thomas A., DDS . . . . . .24
Appliance Repair
Dale’s Appliance &
Refrigeration, Inc. . . . . .10
Harpel Bros. Inc. . . . . . . . .1
Kevin’s Auto . . . . . . . . . . .58
NAPA Auto Parts . . . . . . .22
Pro Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
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
Glencoe Veterinary Clinic . .30
Shopping
Gruenhagen Insurance . .44
John Decker Agency . . . .36
Kevin Post Ins. Agency . .30
Professional Ins. Providers . .20
State Farm . . . . . . . . . . .10
Young America Mutual . .24
Aveyron Homes . . . . . . . .40
Cedar Crest . . . . . . . . . . .22
Grand Meadows . . . . . . .16
Millie Beneke Manor . . . .18
Veterinarian
Communications
NU-Telecom . . . . . . . . . . .58
Industries
Transportation
Henning Painting . . . . . . .22
Mikolichek Plumbing &
Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Recycling
McLeod County Solid Waste
Management . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . .Inside Back Cover
— Area churches..............................39, 41
— Holly Days ........................................43
— Clubs/Organizations..........................45
— County committees ..........................49
— County board/administration ............47
— Tim Orth Jamboree ..........................46
— 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 Living ....................................60
— Heat in the Street ..............................61
— Pola-Czesky Days ............................63
— Township officials/name origins ......65
The Frame Shop . . . . . . .62
Florists/Landscaping
The French Bucket . . . . .30
Neubarth Lawn Care &
Landscaping . . . . . . . . .58
Kahnke Brothers, Inc. . . .48
Grocery
Coborn’s Superstore . . . .18
The Health Nut Pantry . . .44
Jewelry
Gould’s Jewelers . . . . . . .22
Liquor
Glencoe Wine & Spirits . .28
PJ’s How 2 Spirits . . . . . .30
Office/Home Furnishings
Bergmann Interiors . . . . .54
Bernie’s Furniture . . . . . .18
Fashion Interiors /
Fashion Boutique . . . . .36
Printing/Office Supplies
Crow River Press
. . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover
Retail Stores
Glencoe Fleet Supply . . .30
Specialty
Conklin - Franke . . . . . . .44
— Rental units ......................................66
— Stewartfest ........................................67
— Alphabetical Advertising Index ........68
This guide published annually, in August,
by McLeod Publishing, Inc., 320-864-5518.
On the cover: Main photo: Welcome Park by
Oak Leaf Park. Photo by Lori Copler.
Oak Leaf Park in Glencoe is popular with
both residents and visitors alike, as it offers a
wide of variety of recreational opportunities,
including a modern aquatic center,
baseball and softball parks, full-service
overnight camping, a disc golf course,
a fishing pond, hiking trails, a wildlife
sanctuary, picnic shelters, and more.
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Glencoe has much to offer
other plans to upgrade the longThanks for taking time to read
term care portion of its campus. I’ve
the Glencoe Guide book. If you’re
only touched on some of the capital
new to town or just visiting, I want
improvements made within the comto extend a warm welcome.
munity. With both public and private
Glencoe has much to offer, both
expansion and upgrades, the imas a place for activities and as a
provements total around $90 million
strong business community. Our
to $110 million. That’s exciting for all
community is currently experiencof us.
ing a surge of building projects.
The Glencoe Aquatic Center conSeveral of our local industries
tinues to be popular with the youth
have recently completed major exin Glencoe and surrounding area. It’s
pansions to their facilities. The
surprising how many kids are at the
Glencoe-Silver Lake (GSL) school
pool on hot summer days.
district is building a new grade
My wife and I moved to Glencoe in
school on the main campus of the
1985, bought a business, built a
district. McLeod County is making
home, and raised a family. We
significant changes to the courtthought it was a great community.
house and jail, and the city of
I’ve always thought Glencoe was a
Glencoe has been repairing and
wonderful place to call home. After
replacing streets and underground
31 years, it just keeps getting better.
utilities in the older areas of the
Mayor Randy Wilson
I hope you find the guide book to be
community. Glencoe Regional
a good resource for what we have to offer.
Health Services also just finished an expansion
Mayor Randy Wilson
to the hospital and is looking to the future with
Where is Glencoe?
From Mankato: 55 Miles
From Minneapolis: 55 Miles
From St. Cloud: 65 Miles
Population: 5,631
Glencoe
Climate: Glencoe has an average annual
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
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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
• Website, 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., 320-864-3148
• NU Telecom, 320-864-2818, technical support,
800-303-7039
Mail — U.S. Postal Service
• U.S. Postal Service, 320-864-4112
Refuse Recycling Service (Recycling)
• McLeod County Solid Waste, 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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City of Glencoe
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City Hall, 1107 E. 11th St., 320-864-5586
City Council
Randy Wilson,
mayor
Allen Robeck,
At-Large
Kevin Dietz,
Precinct 4
Dan Perschau,
Precinct 1
Gary Ziemer,
Precinct 3
John Schrupp,
Precinct 2
1015 10th St. E
320-510-0353(cell)
rwilson@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
828 Armstrong Ave. N
320-864-4346 (home)
arobeck@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
325 Scout Hill Dr.
320-864-5291 (home)
dperschau@ci
.glencoe.mn.us
1613 Louden Ave. N.
612-501-0228 (home)
gziemer@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
1803 Fairway Drive
320-510-2309 (cell)
kdietz@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
1415 Elliott Ave. N.
320-864-4178 (home)
jschrupp@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
City Administration
Mark D. Larson,
city administrator
320-864-5586
mlarson@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
Dan Ehrke,
assistant city
administrator
Jim Raiter,
police chief
James Voigt,
public works
streets/parks
Jackee Fountain,
librarian
320-864-6951
dehrke@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
Todd Trippel,
city finance director
320-864-5586
ttrippel@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
320-864-5586
jvoigt@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
Gary Schreifels,
public works
water/wastewater
320-864-5171
jraiter@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
320-864-3919
JackeeFountain@
Pioneerland.lib.mn.us
Ron Grack,
fire chief
320-864-4310
rgrack@ci.glencoe
.mn.us
320-864-6954
gschreifels@ci
.glencoe.mn.us
Council committees
Planning & Industrial Commission
Lynn Exsted, Ron Knop, Wes Olson and David Stark.
Light & Power Board
Park Board
Mary Stoltenberg, Gloria Hilgers, Ryan Freitag,
Susan Olson and Lawrence Winter
Everett Bratsch, Greg Copas, Duane Klaustermeier,
John Schrupp, Roger Hilgers. Plant manager: David
Meyer, 320-864-5184.
Cemetery Commission
Library Board
Airport Commission
John Winter, Kerry Ward, Judy Schuch, Mark
Schmidt and Amanda Streufert. Pioneerland Regional Board: Mark Larson.
Marlene Robeck, Sherri Stamps, Suzanne Bacon,
Gary Vogt and Gary Ziemer.
Ken Polifka, Russ Runck, Ray Dann, Dan Perschau
and Daris Remus.
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GSL School District 2859
Jamie Alsleben
Vice Chair
Donna VonBerge
Director
Kevin Kuester
Treasurer
Clark Christianson
Chair
Anne Twiss
Clerk
Jason Lindeman
Director
320 Edgewood Drive,
Glencoe
864-8242 (home)
12325 Zebra Ave.
Norwood Young America
238-2315 (home)
310 Wacker Drive,
Glencoe
864-6227 (home)
208 W. 18th St.,
Glencoe
864-3625 (home)
13082 110th St.,
Glencoe
864-6477 (home)
5650 Oday Ave.,
Brownton
328-5976 (home)
Administration
Chris Sonju, superintendent
Dan Svoboda, assistant 7-12 principal
Michelle Sander, business manager
Joy Freitag,
assistant elementary principal
District office, Lincoln Jr. High School
320-864-2498
Lincoln Junior High School
320-864-2456
District office, Lincoln Jr. High School
320-864-2496
Paul Sparby, grades 7-12 principal
Lakeside Elementary
320-864-2500
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
320-864-2401
Dean Schwirtz, activities director
Bill Butler, elementary principal
Terry Becker, transportation
320-864-2402 (high school)
Helen Baker Elementary
320-864-2666
320-864-3032 (bus garage)
Tina Schauer, Community Education
320-864-2696 (Panther Field House)
GSL School information
District office, 320-864-2491; Fax: 320-864-6320
High school, 320-864-2400; Fax: 320-864-6475
Activities line, 320-864-2444
Lakeside, 320-864-2500; Fax: 320-327-3122
Lincoln Junior High, 320-864-2455; Fax: 320-864-2475
Activities line, 320-864-2555
Helen Baker Elementary, 320-864-2666;
Fax 320-864-2682
Glencoe-Silver Lake Community Education,
320-864-2960; Fax: 320-864-2695
Panther Field House, 320-864-2690; Fax: 320-864-2695
Early Childhood Family Education, 320-864-2681
District School Nurse, 320-864-2446
High School Counselor, 320-864-2406
Junior High Counselor, 320-864-2472
Elementary Counselor, 320-864-2502
Food service director, 320-864-2474
Website:  www.gsl.k12.mn.us
St. Pius X Catholic School
Administration
Cathy Millerbernd, school principal, 320-864-3214
E-mail: cathym@stpiusxglencoe.org
Website: stpiusxglencoe.org
First Lutheran School
Day Board of Education
Tonya Christensen, Dawn Schauer, Susan Brickzen,
Kevin Hagen, Cindy Mathews and Kim Rislund.
Administration
Dean Scheele, principal, 320-864-3317
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GSL Schools: Moving forward
By Chris Sonju
GSL Superintendent
The Glencoe-Silver
Lake Public School District proudly serves preschool-aged children all
the way to the adult
populations of Biscay,
Brownton, Glencoe,
New Auburn, Plato, and
Silver Lake.
Consolidated in 1996
from the former Silver
Lake and Glencoe
School Districts, and
then again with the
McLeod West School
District in 2009, Glencoe-Silver Lake School
District #2859 provides
a quality array of academic, co-curricular, extracurricular, social,
recreational, 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/learning facilities. Helen Baker Elementary School
(Glencoe) houses the
district’s K-2 programs /
grades, while Lakeside
Elementary School (Silver Lake) serves all district students in grades
3-6. Lincoln Junior High
School (Glencoe), grade
7-8 youngsters, and
Glencoe-Silver Lake
High School (Glencoe),
grade 9-12 students,
are located on a common site – along with
the multi-purpose Panther Field House and
outdoor athletic complex – in northeast Glencoe. The Early
Childhood Learning
Center, which opened in
January of 2014, is connected to our Lincoln
Junior High and houses
all of our Early Childhood Family Education,
Early Childhood Special
The Glencoe-Silver Lake School District broke ground on a building addition to its junior
high/high school campus in March of this year. Above school board members Jamie Alsleben,
Kevin Kuester, Clark Christianson, Donna VonBerge, Anne Twiss and Superintendent Chris Sonju
attend the groundbreaking ceremony.
Education, and School
Readiness programs
and students.
Currently, construction
of a 24.19 million dollar
addition onto GSL High
School will be completed in the fall of
2017. This new facility
will connect GSL High
School, Lincoln Junior
High, and the Panther
Field House. It will
house grades Pre-K-2
and 7-12 grade students starting with the
2017-2018 school year.
This improvement in our
facilities is very exciting
and we are all looking
forward to the completion date.
The school district is
governed by a six-member School Board which
meets monthly (typically
on the second Monday)
in the Lincoln Meeting
Room (Room 124), 1621
E. 16th St., Glencoe.
Christopher Sonju is
Glencoe-Silver Lake
School District’s Superintendent of Schools.
Glencoe-Silver Lake
School District’s teaching, specialist, support,
and administrative staffs
are dedicated to providing quality programs
and services to the
communities’ preschool, school-aged,
and adult populations.
Frequent involvement in
staff in-service training
and curriculum development insures the school
district’s staff employs
“best instructional practices” and “current curricular (subject)
content.”
Providing instructional
program leadership in
the school district are
Bill Butler, Elementary
School Principal / Child
Study Coordinator; Paul
Sparby, GSL High
School / Lincoln Junior
High School Principal;
Dan Svoboda, 7-12 Assistant Principal; Joy
Freitag, Elementary Assistant Principal; Dean
Schwirtz, Activities Director; Jeff Jenson, Director of Technology
and Information Sys-
tems; Tina Schauer, Director of Community
Education / Panther
Field House; Alicia
Beste, Early Childhood
Family Education and
School Readiness Coordinator; and Michelle
Sander is the district’s
Business Manager.
Glencoe-Silver Lake
School District #2859
provides an appealing
array of program and
service features, including the availability of
school-aged childcare;
school readiness and
early childhood/family
education programming;
all day/every day kindergarten; striving for lower
class sizes, and an excellent number of programs and services at
all organizational levels.
Course offerings at
GSL High School are
found in 13 subject matter disciplines including
agricultural education,
GSL Schools
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A program sponsored by the
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Development Association, Inc.
“Takes a Hand
Opens a Mind
Touches a Heart”
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.
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4 Year Olds $95
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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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art, business, English,
family and consumer
science, industrial technology, engineering,
mathematics, music,
physical
education/health, science; social studies,
and world languages.
Qualifying students at
the high school level
may participate in the
“College in the Classroom” courses which
offer dual (both high
school and college/university) credit and/or
Advanced Placement
Classes (AP Classes).
The district also offers
students a progressive
technology program,
which continues its iPad
initiative into the elementary curriculum and
for all teaching staff and
Learn Pads into the junior high classes for our
7th and 8th grade students.
Glencoe-Silver Lake
High School has received national recognition for its Project Lead
The Way (PLTW) program that was offered
for the first time during
the 2013-2014 school
year. Starting in the fall
of 2016, PLTW offerings
will be taught at all
grade levels. GSL will
become a fully accredited STEM (science,
technology, engineering,
and mathematics)
School through PLTW.
PLTW, a nonprofit organization and the nation’s leading provider of
STEM education programs, offers a rigorous,
world-class curriculum
that allows students to
apply what they are
learning in math and
science class to real-life
engineering and technology projects. Additionally, certification as a
PLTW school provides
students with the opportunity to apply for college credit or receive
college-level credit at
PLTW-affiliated universities when they successfully complete PLTW
courses in high school.
PLTW has more than 40
affiliate college and university partners, including the University of
Minnesota.
Specialty programs
are offered at GlencoeSilver Lake to address
special circumstances,
needs, and interests of
students. The district
operates a comprehensive, district-wide special education program
for students with a
range of disabilities, and
a migrant summer
school program to address the needs of English learners. English
Language Development
(ELD) services at GSL
are designed to enable
our English language
learners to achieve the
same academic standards as all other students. Check the GSL
website at
www.gsl.k12.mn.us for
additional information.
Extracurricular and
co-curricular programs
and events, as well as a
broad range of academic, club, and leadership competitions,
enhance the physical,
intellectual, and social
development of the
school district’s students and provide
abundant thrills for loyal
patrons, parents, staff,
and students. The
school district’s fine arts
program (vocal and instrumental music, art,
and dramatics) continues to be exemplary.
Every play, concert, or
show has people awed
once again at the talent
level of GSL students.
Students at GSL participate in a variety of
sports as well as cocurricular activities that
include Science Fair,
Geography Bee, and
Spelling Bee. Students
are also able to participate in SuperMileage,
FIRST Robotics, and
Trap Shooting competition.
This past year, GSL
competed at state in a
variety of events, capping off another successful year. Two GSL
Knowledge Bowl teams
competed at state and
took second and sixth
places. The boys’ cross
country team, individual
wrestlers, and representatives of the girls’ track
team also competed at
the state level. Students
from BPA (Business
Professionals of America) competed at the
state and national level
this spring. The success
of our students, both in
and out of the classroom, is something that
we are very proud of
each and every year.
The school district
owns and operates the
Panther Field House, a
multi-purpose facility
which offers resident
membership in/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 benefit.
Facilities improvements are once again a
priority at GSL. Recently
a new playground was
put in as a part of the
Early Childhood Learning Center. Also, a new
state-of-the-art tennis
facility was completed.
This complex is a true
asset to our entire community and something
to be very proud of. Finally, the voters of the
GSL School District approved a 24.19 million
dollar expansion that
will connect our high
school, junior high, and
Panther Field House.
We look forward to the
project’s completion in
the fall of 2017.
The school district places a high value
on good citizenship and
respect by its students
in our schools and in
our communities. All
students are expected
to represent their
school, community, and
family in a positive manner. Our students are
the most important 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.
Glencoe-Silver Lake students during a performance of the
spring play “Rosie the Riveter.”
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GSL ECFE offers:
and most important
teachers.
 Parent-child and child-only classes
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
 
  
development from birth to
kindergarten and beyond. We are
here to support new parents, veteran
parents, and everyone in between!
 Special family events
 Parent information seminars
Early Childhood
Family Education
 Field Trips and Home Visits
 Playground designed for children 0-5
 Motor room (preschool gym)
School Readiness
Preschool
 ECFE and Parent Education Library
Glencoe-Silver Lake
ISD #2859
GSL Preschool Classes:
 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Program with the Glencoe and
Brownton Public Libraries
 Support, information, friendship, fun
Additional Preschool Services:
 Are taught by warm, caring, highly
qualified, licensed
teachers who have been trained in child development and
kindergarten readiness.
Scholarships and sliding fee scale tuition
for eligible families.
 Deliver a curriculum that is aligned with GSL Schools K-12
to
Transportation within the GSL District is
available for some preschool classes.
 Integrate technology into classroom experiences. Classes use
Free Parent-Child classes with preschool
enrollment.
curriculum to
kindergarten.
encourage
a
smooth
transition
SMART boards, iPads, and computers to enrich learning
opportunities.
 Promote physical activity in a preschool-friendly playground
and gym.
 Provide special events and field trips.
 Provide access to materials in the ECFE Library.
 Have received a Four Star Parent Aware rating.
Early Childhood Learning Center
1621 16th St E
Glencoe, MN 55336
Free Parent Seminars with preschool
enrollment.
Free ECFE Family Events throughout the
year.
Early Childhood Special Education
Speech therapy, occupational therapy, and
physical therapy services are also available
for eligible students.
Phone: 320.864.2681
Email: gslecfe@gsl.k12.mn.us
Online:
www.gsl.k12.mn.usCOMM ED/ECFE
www.facebook.com/GSLECFESR
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City Center has much to offer
Originally the Glencoe
Grade and High School
building and later known
as the Glencoe Middle
School, the Glencoe City
Center began its transformation in 2009 after
numerous years of planning to save the historic
school building and repurpose it for future generations. Now on the
National Register of Historic Places, the Glencoe City Center
continues to be a gathering space for the community.
On any given week,
the facility is filled with a
variety of activities. Girl
Scouts, Boy Scouts,
local youth dance clubs,
and senior citizen
groups are just a few of
the groups that are
meeting at the facility on
a regular basis. There’s
also a church service
that takes place most
Sunday mornings.
The building includes
a state of the art event
and meeting facility.
Events held at the Glencoe City Center include
wedding ceremonies
and receptions, concerts, graduations, reunions, confirmations,
anniversaries, bridal and
baby showers, birthday
parties, business meetings, and other community happenings.
The center houses
Glencoe city hall and its
operations. City Council
meetings are held in the
center’s ballroom, which
was formerly the
school’s gymnasium.
The Glencoe Chamber
of Commerce is also located within the city
center, as well as spaces
for Glencoe Township
and Buffalo Creek Watershed District meet-
ings.
Since its opening in
2010 the center has
continued to grow and
connect with organization in Glencoe.
The Glencoe Woodworking Club set up
shop in the basement of
the city center. Members
have access to two
rooms for the club to
work on their projects.
Most recently, Common Cup Ministry
moved its offices to the
city center, with an entrance on the north side.
The organization distributes diapers, food
vouchers, transportation
passes, packs meals for
students and much more
at this location.
There are a variety of
rental spaces available
at the Glencoe City Center.
Grand Ballroom
The Grand Ballroom
often holds wedding
ceremonies and receptions along with banquets, fundraisers,
concerts, and other
large scale parties. The
Grand Ballroom can be
split into two separate
spaces creating the
North and South Grand
Ballrooms. Linens are
also available for rental,
along with dishware.
South Grand Ballroom
The South Grand Ballroom has been used for
events such as annual
all-employee meetings,
receptions, wedding
ceremonies, presentations and trainings, and
as a cocktail area for
wedding receptions.
The South Grand Ballroom can fit 150 (banquet seating)
comfortably when used
for these types of
events. Additionally, the
South Grand Ballroom is
also used for performances, concerts, and
plays, with theater seating for over 500 (350 in
the auditorium balcony
and 200+ on the South
Ballroom floor). Linens
are also available for
rental, along with dishware.
North Grand Ballroom
The North Grand Ballroom can comfortably
sit 250 (banquet seating). It has played host
to events such as appreciation luncheons,
smaller weddings, and
retirement parties. The
North Grand Ballroom
has two walls of large,
towering windows and
adjustable lights. Linens
are also available for
rental, along with dishware.
Courtyard Space
The courtyard space is
adjacent to the Grand
Ballroom and is available to rent as part of
the ballroom rental.
Henry Hill East
Conference Room
The Henry Hill East
Conference Room is adjacent to the Grand Ballroom and can hold up to
City Center
Turn to page 15
The former Glencoe High School building, also known as Henry Hill, was transformed 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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45 people, depending
on the seating. This
room has been used for
things such as meetings, trainings, confirmation parties, graduation
parties, birthday parties,
and more. The adjoining
kitchenette is included
in this room rental and
includes an oven, microwave, refrigerator,
and sink. Linens are also
available for rental,
along with dishware.
West Conference Room
The West Conference
Room is used most
often for meetings and
trainings with a seating
capacity of up to 45.
The room offers an optional technology package (screen, projector,
microphone, audio, conference calling, document reader, television).
Linens are also available
for rental, along with
dishware.
Martin McLeod Room
The Martin McLeod
Room, also known as
the Senior Community
Room, is adjacent to the
Grand Ballroom and can
hold up to 80 people,
depending on the seat-
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Event Center begins its sixth year
The event center is
located in the former
school gymnasium and
auditorium. The first
floor auditorium was
removed and a concrete floor poured to
create a level floor in
the new event center.
The original light fixtures were restored
and have been reinstalled in the event
center.
The new windows
were similar to the
original windows in the
facility, and provide
natural light throughout
the building.
The facility is handicapped accessible
with at-grade entrances at the east and
west parking lots.
Reservations can be
ing. The Martin McLeod
Room has played host
to bridal showers, baby
showers, birthday parties, gift openings, and
more. The room includes an adjoining
kitchenette included in
the room rental. It includes a small oven, refrigerator, microwave
made for reunions,
wedding receptions,
holiday parties, graduations, birthday parties, company
celebrations, anniversary 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 ballroom.
• A fresh, open, new
public library.
• Another business
opportunity for local
vendors.
• A quality sound
system.
• A senior community
room that provides a
and sink. Linens are also
available for rental,
along with dishware.
Basement Meeting Room
The basement meeting room, formerly the
cafeteria space for the
school, is available for
rental. The room is used
throughout the year for
4-H, Boy Scouts, Girl
meeting place for our
senior citizen group to
enjoy (also a rentable
space).
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How to make a
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• Call 320-864-6951
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rates, room capacity,
date availability, etc…
• Schedule a tour.
• Choose a food/beverage vendor.
• Determine your
event needs: Linens?
Kitchen? Technology
package? (Projector,
screen, wireless mic,
etc.).
• Plan event set-up
(arrangement of tables,
chairs, etc.)
Scouts, and other community meetings. The
space is ideal for birthday parties, family reunions, and other similar
functions.
For more information
on the cost of rental, to
schedule a tour, or to
book your event call
320-864-6951.
This past spring, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a
Cinco de Mayo celebration
in the Glencoe City Center’s
ballroom. Businesses from
around the area held activities and provided food for
those who attended the celebration. That event is just
one of the many hosted at
the Glencoe City Center. The
city center is a multi-purpose facility used by many
local clubs and organizations 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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Glencoe City Incorporated 1909
Was a village
since 1873
From the July 21, 1955
Glencoe Enterprise
Glencoe was permanently settled by white
men June 11, 1855. Glencoe was incorporated as
a village in 1873 and as a
city in 1909. Its present
population is estimated to
be about 3,000.
The decision on the part
of its citizens to assume
the privileges and responsibilities pertaining to city
government 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
farming community, the
prosperity of the merchants and business men
of Glencoe has kept pace
with that of the surrounding farmers and the city
contains a number of excellent stores, while its
professional
men,
lawyers, physicians and
dentists are equal in ability to those of many a
much larger community.
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
Hutchinson, which in
1913, purchased the interests of the local plant
and ran a transmission
line from Hutchinson.
Glencoe Cemetery
Association
When the town of Glencoe was first platted, provision was made and a
plat of ground set aside
for cemetery purpose by
the proprietors 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.
Cummings, who died in
1858, and other internments took place from
time to time, increasing in
number with increase of
population.
The first members of the
cemetery
association
were: John R. Louden, V.
W. Hall, A. J. Snyder,
John N. Albrecht, Jos.
Eheim, G. W. Foster, J. E.
Lambert, S. E. Martin, C.
E.
Newton,
Charles
Rogers, L. G. Simons, H.
Wadsworth, James C.
Edson, Amos Frankenfield, 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 additional from
adjoining land owners.
Adjoining
Glencoe
cemetery 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 Brewery operated from 1877 until Prohibition
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 president 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 books, in 1910, the
brewery produced 6,400
barrels of keg beer and
4,000 cases of bottled
beer.
In the days prior to
electricity and modern refrigeration,
ice
was
chopped from nearby
lakes and packed in sawdust to keep the beer cold
until it could be delivered.
The brewery closed due
to Prohibition in 1918 and
remained unoccupied for
four years.
The Jumer Produce
Company emerged to
process poultry with
Jumer as president.
It continued to process
poultry until 1944, when
the Perschau brothers
purchased the business
and used it for a mink
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 attention in Glencoe. The brewery was located just off
County Road 2, south of Glencoe.
farm until 1975.
Currently the brewery is
owned by Bob Shanahan,
who has remodeled a
portion of the facility into
apartments.
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Glencoe’s city parks
Oak Leaf Park
Lincoln Park
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Horseshoe Parks
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Glen Knoll Park
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1500 Glen Knoll Ave. N.
Oscar Olson Park
1400 Union Ave. N.
Wildlife Sanctuary
Walking, Running, Biking
Volleyball
Swimming Pool
Soccer
Shelters for Rent
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Restrooms
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Picnic Tables
Camping-Permit Required
Grills
Frisbee Golf
Basketball Hoops
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For Park information,
to reserve a shelter or to obtain
a permit, call 320-864-5586.
Sunrise Park, located in the northeast corner of town. Oscar Olson
Park features soccer 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 sledding hill. The warming
house’s rental fee is $35, with a
two-hour limit.
to five members and $10 for each
individual member after that. An individual season pass is $65.
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 halfhour increments. Phone 864-2959,
or 864-5586.
Another key recreational location in Glencoe is Oscar Olson
Alcohol Free Playground
Our goal is to make
it possible for
everyone to have a
safe and enjoyable
visit to our Parks.
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 walking trails that surround the park.
Alcohol Free Park
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 James
Voigt. His combined crew includes
Ron Donnay, Gary Reinitz, Dan
Gildea, James Voigt and Ryan
Scheidt. Aquatics Director is Liz
Tromborg.
The city parks are governed by a
parks board consisting of Paul
Lemke, chairman, plus Ryan Freitag, Tim Kaczmarek, Mary
Stoltenburg, Gloria Hilgers, and
Lawrence Winter.
Glencoe has eight parks in the
community, 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 shelters are $65 for Oak Leaf
Shelters 4 and 5; $75 for Oak Leaf
Shelter 1 and 3, $120 for Oak Leaf
Shelter 2 and $85 for Oscar Olson
Shelter. Reservations may be
made through city offices at 320864-5586.
The swimming pool daily fee is
$2 for children ages 0-4 and $6 per
person ages 5 and older. Season
passes are $130 for a family of up
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Oak Leaf Park
With the most space
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in Glencoe, Oak Leaf
Park hosts plenty of locals and visitors alike all
year round, especially in
summer.
The park boasts multiple softball fields; sand
volleyball and horse shoe
pits; a basketball court;
the Glencoe Aquatic
Center; a campground;
multiple playground
areas; shelters with grills;
an animal sanctuary; running and walking trails;
and a newly installed
nine-hole frisbee golf
course.
While all of these
amenities keep park
goers entertained, the
Glencoe Aquatic Center
is a main attraction, and
widely regarded 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 playgrounds
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, llamas, 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 of-
New camping spots were added to Oak Leaf Park in 2015. Below is the aquatic center.
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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 Buffalo Creek.
RV Camping is available for $15 per night. Six
spots are open. Envelopes and a drop box
are available at the site.
The Glencoe Sportsmen’s Club Sanctuary boasts a variety of
both wild and domestic animals, including peacocks, elk,
goats and others.
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Other Glencoe recreational opportunities
BMX track
The Buffalo Breek BMX track, located in Sterner Park at 1017 Ninth
St. E in Glencoe, is host to official
BMX events on a weekly basis, and
is open almost daily to the casual
biking enthusiast.
Since opening in July 2008, the
track welcomes youth bikers every
Tuesday night for a series of races
on its track full of bumps, banks and
twisty turns. It has also hosted regional and state competitions.
The track is an attractive spot for
BMX bikers of all ages to come test
out their skills and has become an
ever-increasing draw each summer.
For more information on the track,
as well as events hosted by Buffalo The Buffalo Creek BMX track is a unique feature of Glencoe that offers thrilling races
Creek, log on to the track’s website and a place for children to hone their skills. Local and regional cyclists are drawn to
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Glencoe Country Club
The Glencoe Country Club provides area residents with an 18hole golf course flowing through
106 acres of picturesque terrain
in the southeast corner of Glencoe.
The course offers uninterrupted play, a PGA golf professional, a driving range, putting
green, group and individual les-
sons, a pro shop and banquet facilities. It also hosts leagues and
numerous fundraising events
throughout the summer and is
the home course for the Glencoe-Silver Lake high school golf
teams.
For more information on the
course, log on to www.glencoe
countryclub.com.
In addition to hosting play for the casual golfer, Glencoe Country Club also is
the home course for the Glencoe-Silver Lake high school teams. The course
also pays host to both league and tournament play.
The Glencoe Country Club offers a fun and
challenging 18-hole layout for golfers of all
skill levels. The course meanders through
some of the best scenery in Glencoe.
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Amateur baseball teams
Glencoe and the surrounding area is home to a
number of competitive
Class C amateur baseball
teams, with three squads all
within a short drive to provide hot times at the ballpark.
The Glencoe Brewers,
Plato Blue Jays and Brownton Bruins all have proud
traditions in amateur baseball as well as fierce rivalries against one another
within the western division
of the Crow River Valley
League. The three teams
do battle against one another, as well as several
other league members
throughout the summer.
Glencoe (ballcharts.com/
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several members from the
successful Glencoe-Silver
Lake high school baseball
program and play at picturesque Vollmer Field on the
south side of town. The
Brewers have qualified for
seven state tournaments
since 1987 and were state
champions in 1998.
Plato (www.ballcharts.
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won their third state title in
2015, have played in 12
state tournaments since
1977. The teams plays its
games at BlueJay Stadium
in Plato, approximately
seven miles to the east of
Glencoe on Highway 212.
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(www.ball
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have appeared in seven
state tournaments, and
have sent six men to the
Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame, play at
idyllic Barney Tadsen Field,
which is 11 miles to the
west of Glencoe in Brownton, also right off of Highway 212.
The Plato Blue Jays are a highly successful squad that won
the state Class C championship in 2015 – the third title in
team history. They have competed in 12 state tournaments
in all.
The Brownton Bruins are a highly competitive team and westernmost member of the Crow River Valley League. The Bruins,
which made their most recent state tournament appearance
in 2013, play their home games at Barney Tadsen Field.
The Glencoe Brewers play their games at Vollmer Field in Oak
Leaf Park on the south end of town. The youthful squad features many alumni of the successful Glencoe-Silver Lake high
school program.
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Glencoe Regional Health Services (GRHS) has been part of the
local landscape for 75 years. As
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GRHS is a primary care health
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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
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• A 110-bed long-term care facility (skilled nursing home).
• A 40-unit independent senior
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Stewart.
The medical staff at GRHS includes: Pediatrician Alexandria
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The Glencoe clinic offers extended hours until 7 p.m., on Mondays. The appointment scheduling
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Interpreters are on staff to provide
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Walk-in urgent care is available
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GRHS utilizes a state-of-the art
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known as Excellian. A key component in the system is MyChart, a
free service that allows for secure
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medical record. MyChart provides
the online ability to:
• View, schedule and cancel
clinic appointments and receive
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• Email a non-urgent question to
one’s provider.
• View results for many types of
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• View and print immunization
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patients and their support person.
The outpatient clinic at GRHS
brings metro area physician specialists to Glencoe five days a
week. The consulting staff includes
specialists in audiology, low back
and neck care, nephrology, neurology, and otolaryngology (ENT). Cardiologists from Minneapolis Heart
Institute see patients at the Glencoe clinic on a regular basis.
To meet the growing needs for
rehabilitation services in the community, construction of a new rehabilitation space was completed in
2016. The third floor addition covers more than 10,000 square feet
and features:
• A new, larger gym and nine
treatment rooms for adult therapy.
• A new gym and three treatment
rooms for pediatric therapy.
• New treatment rooms for adult
occupational therapy and speech
therapy.
• A functional kitchen designed
for therapy that develops skills for
activities 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.
The Center for Advanced Wound
Care, which opened in spring 2016,
provides specialized care to patients with chronic wounds by
using advanced techniques such
as:
• Bio-engineered skin grafting.
• Compression therapy.
• Debridement (removing dead or
damaged tissue).
• Edema management.
• Hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
• Negative pressure wound therapy.
• Non-invasive vascular assessment.
• Prescription growth factors.
• Specialty dressings.
The Center for Advanced Wound
Care also has two hyperbaric oxygen chambers which expose a
wound to 100 percent oxygen. This
treatment has been shown to be an
effective treatment for certain types
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of wounds that are slow to
heal due to poor circulation.
Transitional care is available at GRHS in the hospital
or skilled nursing facility. Patients in transitional care
could be recovering from
major surgeries or serious ill- Above is an architectural rendering of GRHS’ new
ness. The transitional care
rehabilitation area, which is a third floor added
program can provide, among to the hospital wing. It recently opened.
other services, intensive
physical rehabilitation, comThe Activities Department staff in
plex wound care, and feeding
Long
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tubes. GRHS is one of the few nonindividuals
on improving and mainmetro Minnesota health care facilitaining emotional and cognitive
ties to provide specialized care for
health, muscle tone and balance
patients aged 18 and older who are
through a variety of games, discusventilator-dependent.
sions, creative projects and interIn order to provide a better contiactions between residents and with
nuity of care for patients in the hosresidents and staff. A program,
pital and transitional care, GRHS
Just One WISH (What Inspires Senhas implemented a hospitalist proiors’ Hearts) grants a special wish
gram. A hospitalist is a physician
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who specializes in caring for pato date include arranging for a
tients in the hospital. GRHS has
mother and daughter reunion, takfive primary care physicians who
ing an ice fishing trip, and helping a
take turns providing weekly hospiresident receive her high school
talist services. They are available to
diploma.
manage care during a patient’s
Volunteer opportunities are availhospital stay and to help with adable
through the GRHS volunteer
missions.
program. Volunteers deliver mail to
Allina Health Emergency Medical
LTC residents, decorate the faciliServices (AHEMS) manages the
ties, and work in the hospital gift
GRHS ambulance service, based in
shop. Volunteers can forge friendGlencoe. GRHS’ Level III Trauma
ships with LTC residents through
Center designation from the Minthe Friends Across the Ages visitanesota State Trauma Advisory
tion program. The Knit One Pray
Committee was renewed in 2015.
One program allows residents and
GRHS also received a 2014 Trauma
volunteers to bond with one anTeam Excellence Award from Henother while knitting or crocheting
nepin County Medical Center
prayer shawls for people who need
(HCMC).
to know that someone cares about
The long-term care facility at
them. Volunteers also sew childGRHS is a Medicare-certified
sized surgical caps for GRHS’
skilled nursing facility for people
youngest surgical patients to wear
whose health concerns prevent
during surgery and take home.
them from living independently.
“We take pride in our organizaDedicated staff members work with
tion’s
commitment to patient care
families and residents to provide
and
safety.
We’re grateful to have a
the very best quality of life for each
caring,
generous
staff, dedicated
individual, including 24-hour nursboard members and the confiing care. Staff is careful to preserve
dence of our patients and their
each resident’s dignity, affording
families,” says Jon Braband, GRHS
people the respect and personal
president and CEO.
care they deserve. The nursing
For more information about Glenhome also offers respite care and
coe
Regional Health Services, its
social services. A progressive rehamedical
staff, Orchard Estates, and
bilitation program provides physical
Long
Term
Care, visit its website at
therapy sessions for long term resiwww.grhsonline.org or follow it on
dents and short term patients with
Facebook, YouTube and Google+.
strokes, joint replacement, Parkinson’s and other diseases and injuries.
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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, carnival 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. Johnson-McBride Funeral Home
16. Glencoe City Center/Public Library
17. Post Office
18. Church of Peace UCC
19. St. Pius X Catholic Church
20. McLeod County Courthouse
21. Glencoe Fire Department
22. St. Pius X Catholic School
23. Compost/Brush Drop-off Site
24. Glencoe Police Department
25. Ice Skating Rink/Sled Hill
26. St. Pius X Catholic Cemetery
27. Public & Lutheran Cemeteries
28. Glencoe Aquatic Center
29. Wildlife Sanctuary
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Other
activities
Along with its Glencoe Days and
Holly Days celebrations, Glencoe
hosts several other one-day or
evening events throughout the
year, including Dairy Day, an
Easter egg hunt at Oak Leaf
Park, a Cinco de Mayo celebration, a farmers market, and
music in the park, sponsored by
the Glencoe Lions Club.
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Glencoe, MN 55336
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320-864-3855
Sunday Service: 9:15am
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Glencoe’s Community Church since 1857
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 p.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
Sunday Festival Worship, 9 a.m.
Sunday Education, 10:15 a.m.
(3 yr old – 8th grade, adults)
Youth Ministry & Bible Classes (online schedule)
1407 Cedar Ave. N
Glencoe, MN 55336
Robert Nowak, Vacancy Pastor
Tel: (320) 864-6157
Email: office@gslcglencoe.org

Ted Stroming, DCE
www.gslcglencoe.org
Seeking the lost. Serving the hurting. Tending God’s Flock.
4505 80th St., Glencoe
(320) 864-3093
5 miles SE of Glencoe
in Helen Township
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Worship Service, 9:00 am
Sunday School, 10:00 am
Dennis Reichow, Pastor
“Friends & Family Gathering in the Country”
E-mail: office@stjohnsglencoe.org
Web site: stjohnsglencoe.org
facebook.com/stjohnsglencoe
Wisconsin Synod
Located at 1304 Fir Avenue North, Glencoe, MN 55336
Now Enrolling!
Contact Katie Rickert for more information (320) 864-3006
info@preciouslittleblessings.com
www.preciouslittleblessings.com
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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!
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Pastors: Daniel Welch, Senior Pastor
Ronald Mathison, Associate Pastor
Worship: Sundays 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Sharing Christ, Changing Lives!
www.glencoenews.com
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Glencoe Area Churches
Assembly of God
Lighthouse Church
10478 Bell Ave., Plato
Sunday Worship, 10 a.m.
Dale Baker, pastor
Phone:  238-2877
www.facebook.com/lighthousechurchmn
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
Church of St. Pius X
700 W. Main St., Silver Lake
Anthony Stubeda, pastor
Patrick Schumacher, associate
pastor
Michael Doyle, 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
Lutheran - ELCA
(Evangelical Lutheran Church of America)
Christ Lutheran
Church of St. Pius X
Grace Lutheran
1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe
Anthony Stubeda, pastor
Paul Schumacher, associate pastor
Michael Doyle, associate pastor
Saturday Mass, 6 p.m.;
Sunday Mass, 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m.,
Spanish
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
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
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
Glencoe Area Churches
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Glencoe Area Churches
Continued from page 39
Good Shepherd Lutheran
1407 N. Cedar Ave., Glencoe
Robert Nowak, vacancy pastor
Ted Stroming, director of
Christian education
Sunday Worship, 9 a.m.
Phone: 864-6157
E-mail: office@gslcglencoe.org
www.gslcglencoe.org
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:secretary@christ-4-u.org
www.christ-4-u.org
First Congregational UCC
1400 Elliott Ave., Glencoe
Michael Fritz, interim pastor
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
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Sunday Worship, 9:30 a.m.
Phone: 327-2352
www.silverlakechurch.org
St. John’s Church
13372 Nature Ave., Hutchinson
Hassan Valley Township
Robert Taylor, pastor
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
Merline Duering, pastor
Sunday Worship, 10 a.m.
Phone: 952-210-2633
E-mail:
pastor@browntoncongregational.org
www.browntoncongregational.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
Presbyterian
Faith Presbyterian
108 W. Main St., Silver Lake
Carol Chmielewski, pastor
Sunday Worship, 9:00 a.m.
Phone: 327-2452 or 327-3102
E-mail:
faithfriends@embarqmail.com
United Church of Christ
Church of Peace
520 E. 11th St., Glencoe
Joseph Clay, pastor
Sunday Worship, 10:30 a.m.
Phone: 864-4556
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The winter holidays are celebrated in
Glencoe during early December. The
event, called Holly Days, includes a
medallion hunt, a visit from Santa
Claus, a lighting contest, wagon or
sleigh rides, an evening parade and a
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Clubs, Organizations in Glencoe area
4-H Clubs
Darcy Cole
McLeod County Extension,
320-484-4334
— Acoma Acorns,
320-583-2789
or 320-587-5725
— Bear Lake Beavers,
320-587-5984
— Glencoe Jr. Pioneers,
320-328-9977
— Lake Marion Lakers,
320-328-4306
— Bergen Busy Bees,
320-248-7609
— Lynn Hustlers,
320-587-0425
— McLeod County 4-H Riders,
612-708-2505
or 320-485-3552
— Otter Lake Royal Jrs.,
320-583-6836
— Weeping Willows,
320-864-4058
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.
Crow River Habitat for Humanity
320-587-8868
Crow River Sno-Pros
Snowmobile Club
crowriversnopros@crowriversnopros.com
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 Fitzloff, 320-562-2369
Glencoe Area Chamber of
Commerce
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
320-864-3424 or 320-864-3579
First Congregational Church,
Thursdays, 8 p.m.
Glencoe Rotary Club
Al-Anon
Glencoe Senior Citizens
Mark Larson, president
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, 7 p.m.
1820 Knight Ave., Glencoe
Panther Booster Club
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
Parkinson’s Disease
Support Group
Roger Schultz, 320-864-5451
Retired Educators
Association
First Congregational Church,
Thursdays, 8 p.m.
Glencoe City Center senior citizens
room, 320-864-5586
American Legion Post 95
Glencoe-Silver Lake Art Club
Shady Lane Sportsmen Club
President Charlotte Dittmer
James Entinger, 920-328-7512(cell)
jentinger@yahoo.com
Shanda Landes, 320-864-2438
Glencoe, 320-864-3936
Glencoe-Silver Lake FFA
Stewart Lions Club
American Legion Aux. 95
Rebekah Haddad, 320-864-2429
Patty Schulze, 320-562-2115
Glencoe Softball Association
TOPS
320-864-3641
Boy Scouts
952-393-6255,
http://ballcharts.com/glencoecoed
Brownton Lions Club
Glencoe Sportsmen Club
& Animal Sanctuary
Kevin Dietz, 320-510-2309
Julie Olson, President
Brownton Rod & Gun Club
320-328-5769
Brownton Women’s Club
320-328-5715
Conservation Partners
of America
www.cpa-wildlife.org
Dave Sell, 320-864-6324
Terry Buska, 320-864-5410
Glencoe Study Club
President Mary Jo Schimelpfenig,
320-864-4682
Gopher Campfire
24718 County Road 7, Hutchinson,
320-587-4868
Tuesdays, First Congregational
Church, weigh-ins 4:15 p.m.;
meeting, 4:45 p.m.;
320-864-4174 or 320-864-5495
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 5102 and Auxiliary
320-864-5992
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Tim Orth Jamboree
For the past 19 years, the Tim Orth basketball jamboree has
been held at the Glencoe-Silver Lake high school gymnasium.
The event raises money to financially 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 gymnasts, musicians and dancers.
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McLeod County
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 Valley, Hutchinson, Hale
and Winsted.)
Cities: 9 (Glencoe, Hutchinson,
Brownton, Stewart, Silver Lake,
Biscay, Plato, Winsted and Lester
Prairie).
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Board of commissioners
Ron Shimanski,
1st District
23808 Jet Ave.,
Silver Lake 55381
320-485-2181
Sheldon Nies,
4th District
1118 S. Jefferson St.,
Hutchinson 55350
320-587-5117
Doug Krueger,
2nd District
9525 County Road 2,
Glencoe 55336
320-864-5944
Joe Nagel,
5th District
20849 196th Road
Hutchinson 55350
320-587-8693
Paul Wright,
3rd District
15215 County Road 7,
Hutchinson 55350
587-7332
Elected county officials
Cindy Schultz,
county auditor-treasurer
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1210
Scott Rehmann,
county sheriff
Winsted
Office: 320-864-1350
Michael K. Junge,
county attorney
Hutchinson
Office: 320-864-1265
McLeod County District Court judges
LynnEtte Schrupp,
county recorder
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1216
Michael Savre
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1281
Terry Conkel
Glencoe
Office: 320-864-1281
Appointed office heads
Patrick Melvin, county administrator
Office: 320-864-1363, Glencoe
Sue Schulz, county assessor
Office: 320-864-1255, Glencoe
Ed Homan, solid waste director
Office: 320-484-4316, Hutchinson
Karen Messner, court administrator
Office: 320-864-1285, Glencoe
James Lauer, veterans officer
Office: 320-864-1268, Glencoe
Allan Koglin, parks superintendent
Office: 320-484-4307, Hutchinson
Dr. Quinn Strobl, medical examiner
Midwest Medical Examiner
Office: 763-323-6400, Ramsey
Kevin Mathews, emergency services
Office: 864-1339, Glencoe
Scott Grivna, buildings supervisor/
purchasing coordinator
Office: 320-864-1221, Glencoe
Jeff Rausch, county surveyor
Office: 320-587-4789, Hutchinson
Gary Sprynczynatyk, social services director
Office: 320-864-1395, Glencoe
John Brunkhorst, county highway engineer
Office: 320-484-0234, Hutchinson
Open position, county extension educator
Office: 320-484-4303, Hutchinson
Darcy Cole, 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
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
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Glencoe
Lions Club
42 Years of Service to a
Progressive Glencoe Community
Donations to the community are made
possible from charitable gaming at:
KAHNKE BROTHERS
TREE FARM
Open Saturdays
May 1st – Nov. 1st, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dubb’s Grill & Bar, Glencoe Country Club,
& Main Street Sports Bar, Glencoe
Appointments required at other times.
Call (612) 501-5767 to schedule.
Persons in our community needing help with hearing, vision, or
diabetes concerns please contact Glencoe Lions, Box 54, Glencoe,
MN 55336 or glencoelionclub.wix.com/glencoe-lions-club
10603 Boone Road • Plato, MN
(320) 238-2572
License Number A02235
Located 3 miles east of Glencoe, on the
north side of Hwy 212. Check out our
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McLeod County committees, commissions
Board of Adjustment: Curtis Carrigan,
Brownton; Les Engelmann, Plato; Ron
Mickolichek, Silver Lake; Chuck Hausladen, Hutchinson; Robert Doerr, Stewart; Marc Telecky and Larry Gasow,
zoning department.
Board of Health: County commissioners 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, auditor/treasurer;
Christy Christensen, GIS director.
Environmental Services advisory committee: Corey Henke, Buffalo Creek Watershed; Kevin Lindeman, Brownton;
Charles Mathews, SWCD; Skip Quade,
Hutchinson; Virgil Voigt, Hutchinson;
Donald Albrecht, Brownton; Lee Sundmark, DNR; Adam Bielke, BWSR; Jeremy Moul, BWSR; Clayton Schmitz,
NRCS; Ryan Freitag, SWCD; Roger
Berggren, environmentalist.
Extension committee: Scott Streich,
Stewart; Ashley Kohls, Hutchinson;
Neal DeMars, Winsted; Carla Kuehn,
Plato; Kim Hausladen, Winsted; Becky
Kobow, Hutchinson; Nathaniel Hausladen, Winsted; Madeline Kuehn, Glencoe; Casey Schulz, Glencoe; Cindy
Schultz, county auditor-treasurer; commissioners Paul Wright and Joe Nagel.
Fairgrounds commission: Jerry
Schimelpfenig, Glencoe; Scott Ziegler,
Hutchinson; Tim Ulrich, Hutchinson;
Darcy Cole, Extension educator; Al
Koglin, parks director; Randy Starke,
fairgrounds manager; Casey Walters,
fair manager; commissioners Paul
Wright and Joe Nagel.
Feedlot subcommittee to Environmental
Services advisory committee: Kevin Lindeman, Brownton; Jim Hueser, Glencoe;
Virgil Voigt, Hutchinson; Roger Engelmann, Plato; Dale Hegland, Glencoe;
Chris Hutton; Commissioner Paul
Above is the McLeod County Courthouse, located on 11th Street in Glencoe.
Wright; Ryan Freitag, SWCD; Clayton
Schmitz, NRCS; Roger Berggren, environmentalist; Larry Gasow, zoning administrator.
High Island Watershed managers: Vernon Schlueter, Arlington; Leonard Eibs,
Henderson; Dwight Swanson, Hector;
Herman Miller, Brownton; Orville Polzin,
Gaylord.
McLeod County Public Health Advisory:
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.
McLeod County Trails Committee: Mary
Behrens, Lester Prairie; Bill Arndt,
Hutchinson; Steve Cook, Hutchinson;
Dean Nissan, Hutchinson; John Gillard,
Hutchinson; Chris Schultz, Winsted;
Tony Hausladen, Lester Prairie; Kyle
Strobel, Plato, Lawrence Winter, Glencoe, Jon Christensen, Hutchinson; Tim
Olson, Brownton; ex officio members
Al Koglin, John Brunkhorst, Kent Exner
and Matt Johnson.
McLeod County Housing & Redevelopment Authority (HRA): Eric Westlund,
Hutchinson; Mary Krueger, Glencoe;
James Lindeman, Brownton; Adam
Birkholz, Lester Prairie; Otto Templin,
Hutchinson; Commissioner Doug
Krueger.
Subsurface Sewage Treatment Systems
(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;
Roger Berggren, environmentalist;
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator.
McLeod For Tomorrow: Joe Nagel,
commissioner; Pat Melvin, county administrator; Mary Jo Wieseler, human
resources; Tasha Schiedel, coordinator.
McLeod Treatment Program, Inc.:
Chester Hoernemann, Glencoe; Bev
Wangerin, Hutchinson; Shirley Nowak,
Glencoe; Joseph Neubauer, Hutchinson; Gloria Hilgers, Glencoe; commissioners Ron Shimanski and Joe Nagel.
Noxious weeds appeal committee: Commissioners Paul Wright, Sheldon Nies,
Ron Shimanski, Doug Krueger and Joe
Nagel.
Parks commission: Brad Duesterhoeft,
Hutchinson; Ryan Lemke, Glencoe;
Tom Prieve, Hutchinson; Adam Griebie,
Brownton; Jerome Thiemann; Doug
Krueger, commissioner.
Planning Advisory Commission: Paul
Merkins, Stewart; Curtis Carrigan,
Brownton; Larry Phillips, Glencoe;
Ryan Jurgenson, Hutchinson; commissioner Ron Shimanski; Larry Gasow,
zoning administrator.
Solid Waste Advisory Committee: Commissioners Paul Wright, Joe Nagel,
Sheldon Nies, Doug Krueger and Ron
Shimanksi.
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.
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McLeod County Parks
1. Buffalo Creek Park 4. Stahls Lake Park
2. Swan Lake Park 5. Lake Marion Park
3. William May Park 6. Piepenburg Park
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County parks offer recreation options
The McLeod County park system offers services for everyone
from an occasional picnic to a fullblown 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,
contact 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. Contact the McLeod County
Parks Office, 320-484-4334, to
make reservations.
On the south edge of Lake Mar-
Lake Marion Park
Lake Marion Park, located four miles north of Brownton on the west side of Highway 15, offers a fishing pier, full and tent campsites, picnic shelters, modern
showers and restrooms, and many other amenities.
ion is the Brownton Rod & Gun
Club, which 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 continue 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 Marion Park. To make reservations, contact Merle and Ethel
Olson, 21104 Belle Lake Road,
Hutchinson, MN 55350, 320-5872082.
Reservations for the park shelters at Piepenburg may be made
by contacting the county parks office.
Buffalo Creek Park, three miles
southeast of Glencoe (near the airport), is a little more than 45 acres
and features 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, nature 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 1⁄2
miles northwest of Hutchinson and
is 127 acres in size. It features a
picnic shelter, tables, grills, a boat
tile connecting 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 located at the county
fairgrounds in Hutchinson, 320484-4334.
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Suppor
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join
Have Fun, Meet People,
and Help Promote Safe Snowmobiling
Attention Snowmobilers!
Meetings held 1st Tuesday of each month
at Major Ave. Hunt Club
We have a Swap Meet (New and Used Items)
& Vintage Sled Show
at the McLeod County Fairgrounds in Hutchinson
Annual Mn USA Membership $20; Sno Pros $20
the Middle of March
Send check for $40 payable to Crow River Sno Pros
P.O. Box 123, Hutchinson, MN 55350
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Brownton Area Civic Center
After the McLeod West School District (Brownton 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.
Other city councils
Biscay (320-864-5024):
Tom Urban, mayor; Jana Kunkel,
clerk; Marian Knoll, treasurer; Gary
Koch, Dennis Schwanke, Leroy
Knoll and Donovan Dose, council
members.
Meeting: Second Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Lester Prairie (320-395-2646):
Eric Angvall, mayor; Marilyn
Pawelk, coordinator/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
Brownton (320-328-5318):
Norman Schwarze, mayor; Ella
Kruse, clerk/treasurer; Curtis Carrigan, Douglas A. Block, Tim Olson
and Brian Dressel, council members.
Meeting: First Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Fax No. 320-328-5318
Web site: cityofbrownton.com
New Auburn (320-864-5831):
Doug Munsch, mayor; Wendy
Becker, clerk, Marlys Becker, treasurer; Dennis Kuehl, Roger Becker,
Barb Schutte and Rebecca Brockoff, council members.
Meeting: Second Monday, 7 p.m.
Hutchinson (320-587-5151):
Gary T. Forcier, mayor; Matt Jaunich, administrator/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
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 320234-4240
E-mail: cityofplato@embarqmail.com
Silver Lake (320-327-2412):
Bruce Bebo, mayor; Kerry Venier,
clerk/treasurer. Joshua Mason, Ken
Merrill, Brenda Fogarty and Nolan
Johnson, council members.
Meetings: First and third Monday.
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/treasurer; Jim Eitel, Carol Altrichter, 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, administrator; Deb Boelter,
clerk/treasurer; Bonnie Quast, Tom
Ollig, Patty Fitzgerald and George
Schulenberg, council members.
Meetings: First and third Tuesdays, 6 p.m.
Fax No. 320-485-2858
E-mail: clerk@winsted.mn.us
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Brownton Cabin Fever Days
Brownton’s Cabin Fever Days originated
in 2011, when several Brownton-area organizations came together to organize a
three-day celebration 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 features a mystery dinner theater, dance, comedy show, bean bag
tournament, a children’s event at the library and other activities.
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Glencoe Advertiser * The McLeod County Chronicle * The Galaxy
The Sibley Shopper * Arlington Enterprise
online at
www.GlencoeNews.com * www.ArlingtonMNnews.com
www.McPubDesigns.com
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 7,300 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 13,200 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: info@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 18,500.
To advertise, e-mail: info@glencoenews.com or call 320-864-5518.
The McLeod County Chronicle
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: info@glencoenews.com or call 320-864-5518.
Post 641 in mid
st of
Plato still alive in
— Sports Page
The McLeod Coun
ty
Glencoe, Minnesot
a Vol. 119, No.
— Page 3
1B
Chronicle
$1.00
www.glencoenews.
com
July 20, 2016
Motion to extend
yard waste hou
fails for lack of rs
2nd
The Robert and
Lori Lindeman
named the 2016
family has been
McLeod County
of the Year for
Farm Family
their commitme
nt to farming
and
Chronicle photo
their commun
ity.
Brownton . From They farm southeas
t of
Mariele and Bryce left to right are Bob,
Lori,
Lindeman.
by Lori Copler
Bob, Lori Lind
ema
county farm fam n family named
ily of the year
By Lori Copler
Editor
Bob Lindeman
began farming
1981.
he Robert and Lori
in
Brownton Co-op
Ag
man farm southeast Linde“I went to one
years, is a member Center for 15
year
of
then started farming,” of college,
Brownton is in
County Corn and of the McLeod
its fourth
said Bob,
generation — moving
who also helped
ers, the Brownton Soybean Growinto its fifth
out his dad while
generation.
growing up on
Brownton BaseballLions Club, the
the farm. His father,
The Lindemans
Jim, has been retired
state soybean board Association, the
also are McLeod
County’s Farm
years, but still helps for about 10
Family of the Year,
committees at his and serves on
an honor bestowed
church.
farming operation, out with the
Lori Lindeman
as
does Shirley,
ta Extension Serviceby the MinnesoBob’s mother and
Lions Club, helps also is in the
Jim’s wife.
lies who are engaged to farm famiBob Lindeman
ball association out with the baseboth in farming and in their
and belongs to
ogy has radically said that technolcommunities.
Grace Lutheran
changed
Church, where
The Lindeman
farming
since he started
she
has served on the
farm can be traced
in 1981.
back to Bob Lindeman’s
church council.
“Back then, you
Bryce Lindeman
greatgrandfather, Gustav.
guessed at yields just kind of
gree in agronomy is pursuing a deSince then, it
and planned
has passed down
around that,” said
to
planning and is and precision ag
fred, Bob’s father grandfather Ala crop consultant
have iPads, GPS Bob. “Now, you
with Curt Burns
in the tractors,
Bob. Bob and LoriJim and now to
of Stewart
auto-steerin i
Li d
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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 1,400.
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.
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Lighthouse
welcomes
new pastor
playoffs
Legion district tourn
ament
By Karin Ramige
Publisher
Council Member
Allen Robeck
The hours of operation
made
of Glen- all a motion to keep the site open
coe’s yard waste
the time
site has been
topic of discussion
a for residents to ease inconvenience
because of the
in recent
months.
current
limited hours.
Mayor Randy
The motion failed
Wilson, at the
to receive a
Glencoe City Council’s
second and died.
meeting on
Monday, suggested
Mayor Wilson
that the Council
recommended
take a look at
the hours of operation
that
the possibility
of ex- to accommoda
panded hours and
be reviewed
associated costs.
te storm damage
The city currently
spring and fall
and
spends over
cleanups.
$8,000 for the
In other business,
operation of the
the Council:
site,
after the county
• Ordered a facility
reimburses around
$4,000.
space needs
study with Short
Elliott HendrickAfter the city
son,
Inc., (SEH) for
purchased the
the
vacuum in 2014,
leaf ment.
The current facilityfire departdents to use the the need of resi- in the
late 1960s. Since was built
site has decreased.
The city will be
that time,
trucks have gotten
bigger and needs
ond vacuum this purchasing a sec- have
changed. The
fall.
departmen t is
In past years,
over the capacity
of the facility and
left open during the gate has been is utilizing
offsite storage.
projects, which city construction of the
The cost
study is around
resulted in more
$15,500.
than just yard waste
The study will
being dumped.
look at the current
A second gate
site as well as other
separate the yard has been added to
• Approved the potential sites.
waste site.
After storms,
bursement policy safety shoe reimthe city has made
accommodations
the Personnel and recommended by
for residents when
needed.
mittee. The new Legislative Compolicy
will allow
The hours of operations
reimbursement
up to $250 annually,
are posted on three signs
and on the city’s around the site
Yard waste
website.
Turn to page
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on sidewalks on s report
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Arlington
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ENTERPRIS
and Green
unities of Arlington
Serving the Comm
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Weather
Volume 132 •
Isle, Minnesota
, June 16, 2016
Number 49 • Thursday
Single copy $1.00
• Arlington, MN
55307
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Courthouse wil
be 100 years old
a deficienci es
she received
need to make a
letter and will
By Amy Newsom
proposal.
changes to the
Correspondent
Court- few
the defiThe Sibley County be 100 She has to correct the prowill
ciencies and return
house in Gaylord
Monday, June
years old this year!planning a posal by 3 p.m.
The county is p.m. to 6 20.
provided an
2
Traxler also
celebration from 12. There
July
the role of the
p.m. Tuesday, the building update on
developof
economic
in
county
will be tours
has been surinformati on
ment. Traxler
and historical
s for their
Sibley Counveying businesseof the counprovided by the
ReSociety.
input on the role
ty Historica l
development
will also be
ty in economic
freshmen ts
survey a ranand now will
served.
Board apof residents to
The County
dom sampling
of
budget for
understanding
proved a $1,000 the costs of get a better
chose to
people
cover
reasons
the event to
ng, re- the
County and
live in Sibley
some new landscapi
do to
advertising.
the county can
freshments, and
ner Joy what
here.
County Commissiofunds be keep those people
that
Cohrs requested
ng and
added for landscapi
Staffing Issues
entrance
Public
stated that, “Our ” Cohrs
Sibley County Services
and Human
isn’t very attractive.work herHealth
a
the
made
Stock
will do much of
Director Vicki
also donate
County Board
self and will
request to the
ly for a posome of the plants.
to hire immediate
rator
vacant
County Administ
that will become
ofchose July to sition
Roxy Traxler celebratio n in mid-Dece mber when
Kathy
mark the 100th 1916 there fice support specialist
because in July
e lay- Brockhoff retires. that the
reported
was a special cornerston
Stock
new
the
been
for
on unit has
ing ceremony
copper box three-pers ed since last Decourthous e. A
of county understaff
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containing copies of the old cember and would like t now
s replacemen
newspapers, photos
train
Henderson and Brockhoff’
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courthouse in
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new courthous
person in before
placed inside that
in December.
materials were
the southwest leaves has contracted with
the stone on
PHHS
by Kurt Menk
during
Solutions to
Enterprise photos
corner of the building
Doherty Staffing the unit, but
1916.
in
the ceremony in
fill a position
“Doherty
that
stated
Stock
that
clean a
Administration
not been working perRich Nagel, right,in ArlingUpdate regular has
The temp
Pinske, left, and
successfully.”
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the
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during
sent
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morning, son that was rate of absenmeeting on Tuesday
ton.
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State legislators
State House of Representatives
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
State Senate
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
Federal legislators
U.S. Rep. Collin
Peterson, D
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, 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
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
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.
Minnesota office
1200 Washington Ave. S.,
Room 250
Minneapolis, MN 55415
612-727-5220
St. Paul office
60 E. Plato Blvd.
Suite 220
St. Paul, MN 55107
651-221-1016
Minnesota Constitutional officers
Governor Mark Dayton
116 Veteran Service Building
20 W. 12th St.
St. Paul, MN 55155
651-201-3400
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, MN 55155
651-296-3391
Attorney General Lori Swanson
1400 Bremer Tower
445 Minnesota St.
St. Paul, MN 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, MN 55155
651-201-1324
secretary.state@state.mn.us
State Auditor Rebecca Otto
525 Park St., Suite 500
St. Paul, MN 55103
651-296-2551
Fax: 651-296-4755
E-mail: state.auditor@state.mn.us
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Business
Expo
Each February, the Glencoe
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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Senior Living
Glencoe has a lot to offer
when it comes to senior living. From independent living
to enhance memory care,
there is the right location for
you or your family member.
Glenhurst Apartments
515 Abby Lane – Glenhurst
Apartments offers 12 onebedroom newly updated senior apartments. Glenhurst
features park like ground and
has a community room.
Rental assistance is available. 320-864-4393 or 952935-6256
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Grand Meadows
1420 Prairie Ave. – Grand Orchard Estates
Meadows has one- or twobedroom apartments for
those seeking independent living, assisted living or advanced memory care.
Built in 2009, Grand Meadows has unfurnished oneor 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 apartments are leased on a 30-day basis;
there is no lock-in contract.
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 management, assistance with dressing,
grooming, escorts, etc.
One of the specialty services Grand Meadows offers is Enhanced Memory Care, which is for those
that have dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. This
level of care provides 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 apartments 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 320-864-5282.
Orchard Estates
1900 Ford Ave. – Orchard Estates is proud to have
been a part of Glencoe for 25 years. The attractive
apartment complex on Ford Avenue offers independent living for people who are “55 and better.” Connected by an indoor walkway to Glencoe Regional
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clinic, tenants have easy access to doctor appointments, the GRHS gift shop and hospital cafeteria.
Orchard Estates offers spacious, well-designed
apartments in five different one- and two-bedroom
floor plans, a variety of dining options, social and
recreational opportunities and additional services for
those who request them. Rent includes all utilities,
cable television, activities, weekly light housekeeping
and maintenance. Heated garages are also available.
Designed with seniors in mind, the apartments have
lower windows for easy viewing, lower light switches
and higher electrical outlets for easier access. There
are emergency pull cords in the bedrooms and bathrooms. A guest room allows family members to visit
overnight, close to their loved ones.
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Heat in the Street
In 2014, the Glencoe Fire Department Relief Association started
Heat in the Street, a one-evening
music festival featuring some of the
top names in country music. The
festival is preceded by a community
“Pre-Heat Party,” sponsored by the
Glencoe Days Committee and the
Chamber of Commerce. The preheat party features food, a bean bag
tournament and more. The two
events are held the fourth weekend
of July in the Glencoe City Center
parking lot.
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Silver Lake’s Pola-Czesky
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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, Pola-Czesky royalty
coronation and much more.
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Township offices
Acoma Township (320-587-6471): Corrinne Schlueter, clerk; Gary Graham,
treasurer; Ron Rusch, Lynn Splittgerber
and Larry Karg, supervisors. Meetings:
Second Thursday, 7 p.m.
Bergen Township (320-395-0173): Tiffany
Eggert, clerk; Angela Leverich, treasurer; Albert Teubert, Ryan Ide and Francis Burch, supervisors. Meetings:
Second Thursday, 7 p.m.
Collins Township (320-562-2567): Gary
Asche, clerk; Daniel Benson, treasurer;
Peter Maiers, Grant  Hatten and Jay
Reiner, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 8 p.m.
The Hassan Valley Town Hall is located on the edge of Biscay.
Glencoe Township (320-864-3584):
David Milbrand, clerk; Tim Haag, treasPenn Township (320-328-5375): Donald R. Albrecht, clerk;
urer; Bruce Bargmann, Duane Haag and Mike Keenan,
Brad Schuch, deputy clerk; Veryl Becker, treasurer;
supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 8 p.m.
Kevin Lindeman, deputy treasurer; Kevin Miller, Wilbert
Hale Township (320-327-2538): Tammy Stifter, clerk;
Hahn and Neil Winterfeldt, supervisors. Meetings: SecColleen Kaczmarek, treasurer; Clarence Juncewski,
ond Monday, 8:30 a.m.
John Shimanski and Ron Mickolichek, supervisors.
Rich Valley Township (320-864-6647): Theresa R. Rusten,
Meetings: Second Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
clerk; Faye Bruckshen, treasurer; Donald Lhotka, RodHassan Valley Township (320-587-6055): Robert E. Anderney Schmidt and Bob Novak, supervisors. Meeting:
son, clerk; Shirley Troska, treasurer; Garrett Luthens,
Second Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Steve Reiner and Randy Kirchhoff, supervisors. MeetRound Grove Township (320-328-5277): Deborah Zellings: Second Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
mann, clerk; LeRoy Hedtke, treasurer; Robert Doerr,
Helen Township (320-2864-6349): Karen Mackenthun,
clerk; Tammy S. Mathews, treasurer; Rodney Mathews, Elmer Rettig and Darwin Wagner, supervisors. Meetings:
Second Monday, 7 p.m.
Mark Johnson and Leslie Engelmann, supervisors.
Sumter Township (320-328-5789): Janel Zimmerman,
Meetings: Second Thursday, 8 p.m.
clerk; Donald Husske, treasurer; Jeff Kosek, Gary Waller
Hutchinson Township (320-234-3793): Craig Schmeling,
and Joel Griebie, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursclerk; Marlys Swenson, treasurer; Brent Uecker, Jon
Christensen and David Ondracek, supervisors. Meet- day, 7:30 p.m.
Winsted Township (320-485-3552): Lisa Bayerl, clerk; Nina
ings: Second Thursday, 8 p.m.
Stifter, treasurer; Tony Hausladen, Nathan Schmalz and
Lynn Township (320-587-2746): Barbara Mattes, clerk;
Jackie Reiner, treasurer; Doug Johnson, Corey Henke Brian Anderson, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursand Paul Merkins, supervisors. Meetings: Second Tues- day, 8 p.m.
day, 7 p.m.
How McLeod County townships were named
The origins of the names of
townships 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 village 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
settler 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 Pennsylvania.
Plato — Named for Greek
philosopher 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, Connecticut.
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Rental units in Glencoe area
Pryor Place
1524 E. 13th St., Glencoe
952-466-5549
Six units, 5 two-bedrooms; 1 onebedroom; (garages extra).
Northwood Apartments
1413 E. 16th St., Glencoe
320-864-5877
39 units, (some qualify for rental
assistance) one-bedroom apartments; two-bedroom (no assistance); and three-bedroom
townhouses.
Towns Edge Estates
1710 Newton Ave., Glencoe
1720 Newton Ave., Glencoe
320-864-6600
42 units (8 one-bedrooms; 22 twobedrooms; and 12 three-bedrooms;
(20 garages available).
Morningside Meadows I
2505 E. 11 St., Glencoe
Marathon Management,
320-510-5150
12 units, 1 one-bedroom, 11 twobedrooms, (8 garages).
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Morningside Meadows II
1206 Baldwin Ave., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
12 units, 7 two-bedrooms, 1 onebedroom (8 garages).
Morningside Meadows III
1214 Baldwin Ave., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
18 units, 11 two-bedroom; 7 onebedroom.
Park Place
2204 E. 14th St., Glencoe
320-587-2483
16 units (low income).
513 E. 13th St.
Norma Dahl, 320-864-3538
4 units, all two-bedrooms.
1110 Armstrong Ave., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
4 units, 3 two-bedroom; 1 onebedroom.
Northwood Apartments
1605 E. 1st St., Glencoe
320-864-3447
4-plex with two-bedrooms each.
806 N. Pleasant Ave., Glencoe
320-864-3447
Duplex with two-bedrooms each.
West Court Apartments
908 Russell Ave., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
8 units, all two-bedroom.
East Court Apartments
320-864-6390
4 units, 3 one-bedrooms and 1
two-bedroom.
915 Stevens Ave., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
8 units, 7 two-bedroom; 1 onebedroom (8 garages).
Tall Oaks Properties
Millie Beneke Manor
Town and Country Properties
1419 E. 15th St., Glencoe
J&C Cardinal Properties
Bill Gould, 320-864-4414
6 units.
831 Greeley Ave., Glencoe
1103 E. 14th St., Glencoe
952-955-1889
6 units, 5 one-bedroom and 1 efficiency.
2103 E. 9 Street, Glencoe
952-442-4325
12 units and 10 garages, 10 twobedrooms and 2 one-bedroom.
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908 Pleasant Ave., Glencoe
320-864-9974
4 units, two bedrooms.
Beihoffer Lake Apartments
715 Greeley Ave., Glencoe
320-587-2483
8 units. Fee based on income.
Colonial Apartments
1805 E. 10th St., Glencoe
Marathon Management
320-510-5150
8 units, 7 two-bedroom; 1 efficiency.
1319 Greeley Ave., Glencoe
320-864-5282
41 units, subsidized elderly housing.
320-864-3629
6 units.
1108 Hennepin Ave., Glencoe
Orchard Estates
1900 Ford Ave., Glencoe
Nancy Ellefson, 320-864-3559
40 units, (senior living).
Kestral Park Townhomes
2401 E. 14th St., Glencoe
320-864-4869
12 units, two-bedroom; three-bedroom.
County HRA Townhomes
1402-1432 Morningside Dr., Glencoe
320-235-8637
40 units.
Glenhurst Apartments
515 Abby Lane, Glencoe
320-864-4393
12 units.
Grand Meadows Senior Living
1420 Prairie Ave., Glencoe
320-864-5577
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Stewartfest
Stewartfest is hosted the fourth weekend of June
in Stewart, 18 miles west of Glencoe on Highway
212. The three-day celebration includes 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 implement show and much more.
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Advertising Index
Arnold’s Implement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Aveyron Homes Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Bernie’s Furniture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Bergmann Interiors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Bump’s Family Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Casey’s General Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Cedar Crest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Christ Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Coborn’s Superstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Coldwell Banker Burnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Conklin - Franke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Contemporary Dental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Crow River Press . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover
Crow River Sno Pros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Crow River Winery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Cutting Edge Salon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Dale’s Appliance & Refrigeration, Inc. . . . . . . . . . .10
DaVita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Dominion Home Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Dunbar Dental Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) . . . . . .12
Fashion Interiors/ Fashion Boutique . . . . . . . . . . . .36
First Congregational Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
First Ev. Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
First Ev. Lutheran School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
First Minnesota Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Gauer Chiropractic Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Gavin, Winters & Long Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Glen Knoll Manufactured Home Park/Storage . . . .14
Glencoe-Silver Lake Public Schools (GSL . . . . . . . .6
Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . .10
Glencoe City Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Glencoe Country Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Glencoe Family Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Glencoe Fleet Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Glencoe Lions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Glencoe Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Glencoe Regional Health Services (GRHS) . . .Back Cover
Glencoe Veterinary Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Glencoe VFW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Glencoe Wine & Spirits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Gould’s Jewelers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Grand Meadows Senior Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Gruenhagen Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
GSL Public Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Happy Hour Inn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Harpel Bros. Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Henning Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Hutchinson Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Jerry Scharpe LPA Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
John Decker Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Kahnke Brothers Tree Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
KDUZ/KARP/KGLB Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Kevin Post Ins. Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Kevin’s Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Laurie Gauer – Certified Health Coach . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Liberty Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Light & Power Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
McLeod County Solid Waste Management
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McLeod Publishing, Inc. (Chronicle/Advertiser) . . . . .22, 41, 56, 64
MidCountry Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Midwest Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Mikolichek Plumbing & Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Millie Beneke Manor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Mumford Sanitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
NAPA Auto Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Neubarth Lawn Care & Landscaping . . . . . . . . . . . .58
NU-Telecom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Panther Field House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
PJ’s How 2 Spirits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Pla-Mor Ballroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Precious Little Blessings Daycare & Preschool . . . .38
Priority One/Metrowest Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Pro Auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Professional Insurance Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Pure Life Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
RDV Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Re/Max Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Schad, Lindstrand & Schuth, LTD. CPA . . . . . . . . . .14
Schoeneberger, Thomas A., DDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Security Bank & Trust, Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Seneca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Silver Lake Auditorium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
St. John’s Ev. Lutheran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
State Farm - Anderson Ins. & Financial Services . .10
Super 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
TBC – Fullerton Lumber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
T C & W Railroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
The Frame Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
The French Bucket Floral & Gift Shop . . . . . . . . . .30
The Health Nut Pantry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
The Jonas Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
The Temple Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Thrivent Financial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Trailblazer Transit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Unhinged! Pizza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Wee Friends Creative Preschool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Young America Mutual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
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