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Wednesda February 22,2017 Tyler Tribute - Page 3 er as a Spring is just around Tyler Golf Club News the corner. I know with By Ruth Rupp the warm weather, we've had a few inquiries about March 31 (Friday) is Volunteers are needed when the course is open- Men's Stag Night. Social on Feb. 26, a painting day ing. It's going to be a few Hour runs from 6:30- for the inside of the Club- weeks yet, so watch for 7:30 p.m. with supper at house. If you're available, an announcement when 7:30. Tickets are available please bring your paint we're opening (through e- through board membersbrush and/or roller start- mail, paper and Facebook). and also at the Clubhouse. ing at 11 a.m. We want to I want to make you aware It's going to be another give the inside a fresh coat of a few things at the Club- busy year for weddings, of paint prior to the start house: We currently have nine of the 2017 golf season. The third annual Youth scheduled for 2017, with Golf Kick-Off Event was the first one on April 29 TGC held March 18. and the last one Nov. 4. continues on page 5 Submitted photo Winners of the RTR Middle School Spelling Bee held Feb. 9 to right, are Caleb Harper, third place; Amber Clark, second Brown, first place. in Russell, from left place; and Rebecca Submitted photo RTR Middle School's January Students of the Month, left to right, are sixth grader Aiden Wichmann, seventh grader Kassidy Louwagie, and eighth grader McKinley Schreurs. Friday, Feb. 24 - CHS annual meeting, 6 p.m., The Caboose, Tracy Sunday, Feb. 26 - RTR Pancake Feed, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Tyler Legion LOOKING AHEAD: March 2 - Benefit for Candace Reynolds, 4:30-7 p.m., Hendricks Fire Hall March 3 - World Day of Prayer, 9:30 a.m., Danebod Lutheran Church March 15 - RTR Board meeting, 7 p.m., RTR Elementary School cafeteria, Ruthton March 10 - l~yler Golf Club Kickoff, 6 p.m., Tyler Golf Club March 23 - SWEC meeting, 6:30 p.m., Hendricks March 31 - Tyler Golf Club Men's Stag May 5 - Avera Tyler Hospice Auction and Benefit July 21-23, 2017 -/Ebleskiver Days 2017 Alcoholics Anonymous, every Sunday, 7 p.m., First English Lutheran Church Lincoln County Cancer Support Group meets the first Monday, Danebod Village in the Commu- nity Room, 2 p.m. Tyler City Council, meets first Monday at 7 p.m., Tyler Fire Hall Lake Stay Township meets the first Monday at 8 p.m. May through October and at 7 p.m. Novem- ber through April, at the Lake Stay Township Hall in Arco (the old cafe) Open shooting, Tyler Area Trap Range, Monday evenings at 7 p.m. Tyler Rod and Gun Club meets the first Tuesday at the range facility at 7 p.m. Lincoln County Historical Society meets the first Tuesday, 7 p.m., The Local Place, Hendricks Tyler Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday noon, The Rock Caregiver's Support Group meets the second Wednesday at Tyler Avera in the Home Care break room from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Lincoln County Horticultural Society meets the first Thursday. For more info, call 507-247-5968. Me Mama Jesus and lava meets the first and third Thursday at The Rock in Tyler. All mothers and children welcomed! Tyler Senior Citizens Potluck, first Friday at the Senior Center in Tyler Tyler Senior Citizens Bingo, second Monday at the Senior Center in Tyler Tyler Fire Department meets the second Wednesday for business meeting at the Fire Hall, 6:30 p.m. Sons of the American Legion, third Monday, Center Post, Lake Benton, 8 p.m. The Tyler American Legion meets the third Wednesday, Legion Hall, 7:30 p.m. Tyler Senior Citizens Birthday Card Party, third Friday at Tyler Senior Center Tyler Lions Club meets the fourth Wednesday at the Kronborg Inn ~ ~ " Tyler Fire Department meets fourth Wednesday for training at the Fire Hall, 7 p.m. ........... Marshfield Club meets the fourth Thursday, 2:30 p.m., Danebod Village; In November and December, the club will meet the fifth Thursday Nielsens tell the Kiwanians about their The Tyler Kiwanis Club met Feb. 15 at noon at the Kronborg and enjoyed a meatloaf dinner. After the meal, Pastor Wayde Kenneke opened the meeting with the Pledge to the Ameri- can flag, the last verse of ' merica" and a prayer. We sang together "Buf- falo Gals" led by Betty Jo. Happy Bucks were put in by the following Kiwanians who had their picture in the paper: Merle Hansen, Pas- tor Wayde Kenneke, Judy Williamson, Betty Jo Sol- berg, Mark Schwanebeck, Jack Johnson, Joann Klein; Dec Klein put in a Hap- py Buck because he was happy his picture wasn't in the paper; Judy Wil- liamson was thankful for all the workers and all the cookies brought in for our fundraiser. Mark Schwanebeck was in charge of the program and he asked Cal and Lois Nielsen to speak. Cal talked to us about his career with NASA (National Aeronau- tics Space Administration). Cal was presented with the Apollo Achievement Award from NASA. NASA has over 200,000 employ- FABRICATION I REPAIRS MAINTENANCE Farm Machinery Repairs Custom Manufacturing Free Standing Corral Panels and Windbreaks "JUST TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT DONE" AG-WELD 2070 1.30th Ave. I Holland, MN 561.39 507 658 3395 I 507 21.5 4362 agweld.earl@gmail.com www.lbvalleyjou rnal.corn Tyler Kiwanis Club News By Betty Jo Solberg, reporter ees. July 20, 1969 was the Cal answered many ques- first landing on the moon, tions. It was a great pro- and Cal knew many of the gram. astronauts. Cal worked on The meeting adjourned missiles for 37 years. He at 1p.m. worked for North Ameri-The Tyler Kiwanis Club can Aviation and they had has been meeting for over one of the contracts for 60 years and serves the spaceship Apollo Eleven. Tyler community in nu- He and Lois presented amerous ways. Our meet- most wonderful informa-ings include a noon meal tional program, and many and lively conversation. pictures, medals, etc. were You are welcome to come passed around the group, and visit. ,," I I i Clay Hand Building and Glazing i I Teacher: Paul Tuszynski I I Feb. 23, Thursday: 6:00-9:00 pm and Mar. 16, Thursday I I 6:00-9:00 pro. RTR High School Art Room #20; I I II Minimum Participants: 7; Max: 15; Cost: $12 class, $8 I I materials. Call 247-5911 ext. 5 to register. I I This class will cover the very basics of clay use and I I hand building. It will focus on the creation of a choice of I I either a sculptural item or some type of vessel. Individuals I I II will make a project, allow it to dry out and be fired, glaze I I the item, allow it to be fired a second time, and then take I I it home. No prior experience is necessary. I I I i Phone Photography- Taking, Uploading, & Sending I I Teacher: Mark Wilmes I I Mar. 2, Thursday: 7:00-8:00 pro, RTR High School Library; I I Cost: $10 - Bring yourphone - Call 247-5911 ext. 5 I to register. I I Hear tips on how to take better pictures on your I smartphone. Also learn how to upload your pictures to I media or email to family and friends. I Check back next week[or more classes! L i ~ ~ liB i m ~ i i u i i a elm i i i i i I I I I social I I I ,I Notice of Shelburne Township Annual Meeting Shelburne Township annual meeting will be held Tuesday, March 14, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at the township hall in Florence, MN. In case of inclement weather the meeting will be held Tuesday, March 21 at 8:00 p.m. All residents are encouraged to attend. Aaron Swanson, Shelburne Township Clerk BB II Stop in and talk to us today. We' re here to help! 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