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Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Our Town Tyler Tribute - Page 3 ;   ii ! !7i! Yl !i !ii!iii!iii!iil Photo by Robert Wolfin&ton RTR students show their artistic side RTR High School art students dis- played their work during the school's open house event on Tuesday, March 19. Pictured above, Ty Thooft's three- dimensional art piece was one of a number of pieces on display. Pictured at right, the display at the school featured a number of differ- ent pieces in vari- ous mediums. Photo by Robert Wolflngon Merri Circle Club met with five members The Merri Circle Club met at the home of Barb Petersen with five mem- bers present. Alice Kohler called the meeting to order. Roll call was taken and dues were collected. Minutes were read and approved. By unanimous vote, President Alice Kohler and Merri Circle Club Secretary-Treasurer Agnes Thooft will remain in their positions. Elaine Kerr will have Club on April 17. No new or old business so Club was adjourned 'to play Bunco. Winners were: High - Agnes Thooft; Low - MaryAnn DeBoer; Most 3s - Lorraine Taveirne; Most Bs - Alice Kohler; and door prize - Lorraine Taveirne. Barb served a delicious dessert. Secretary-Treasurer Agnes Thooft Health Kinesiology explained to Kiwanians at their meeting The Tyler Kiwanis meet- ing was held last Wednes- day, March 20, 12-1 p.m. at the Timber Tavern. They enjoyed a delicious meal of beef stroganoff. Dr. Snow welcomed ev- eryone and began with a trivia question about work and no one knew the an- swer. He explained it all. After the meal the meet- ing opened with the pledge to the American Flag, the last verse of'America" and a prayer led by Pastor Cy. Betty ]o led the song "Loch Lomond" in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Happy Bucks were given by Merle H. for what's with this global warming? It's got to stop; lack ]. for the write-up in the paper, and Darrel H., who was happy to be back. Guest present was Cricket Raschke as Cindy's guest. One item of business that was discussed is the Easter Egg Hunt which will be March 30 at The Rock. For the program of the day, Kiwanian Cindy Tyler Kiwanis Club News By Betty Jo Solberg Dircks asked Cricket Ra- schke to speak. Cricket is a health kinesologist who has her office in the Body Kneads building. Health kinesiology is energy work that focuses on releasing negative energy so the body can heal itself. Ev- erything around us has its own energy and affects us in a positive, negative, or sometimes a neutral way. In health kinesiology mus- cle testing is used to learn from the client how spe- cific energies are interact- ing with the client's body. Muscle testing works as a lie detector for the body. A negative answer is stress- ful and contracts the mus- cle and a positive answer is not stressful, so the muscle doesn't contract. That's the entire basis of health kine- siology. Using verbal ques- tioning and physical stim- uli, she is able to access what the body of the client most wants her to know and correct. Then, using that information and vari- ous tools, she corrects the energy stress to the body, clearing the way for the client's body to heal itself. Tools could include any- thing from specific points, essential oils, flower es- sences, rocks, magnets, sunlight and even foods. Cricket brought a sample of some of the sorts of tools that are likely to come up in a session. It was such an interest- ing program with many questions asked. The meeting adjourned at 1 p.m. Next week's program is Glen Petersen. The meeting adjourned at I p.m. The Tyler Kiwanis Club has been meeting for over 50 years. They enjoy a noon meal and lively con- versations. They serve the Tyler community in nu- merous ways. You are wel- come to join. Important Information Regarding Assessment and Classification of Property Notice is hereby given, that the board of appeal and equalization for the town of Hope shall meet on Monday, April 8, 2013, at 9:30 a.m. at the Clerk's Home, 2532 140'" St., Tyler, MN. The purpose of this meeting is to determine whether taxable property in the jurisdiction has been properly valued and classified by the assessor, and to determine whether corrections need to be made. If you believe the value or classification of your property is incorrect, please contact your assessors office to discuss your concerns. If you are still not satisfied with the valuation or classification after discussing it with your assessor, you may appear before the local board of appeal and equalization. The board shall review the valuation, classification, or both if necessary, and shall correct it as needed. Generally, an appearance before your local board of appeal and equalization is required by law before an appeal can be taken to the county board of appeal and equalization. Frank Jorgensen, Clerk Tuesday, April 2 - Hope Mutual Insurance annual meeting, 1:30 p.m., home office in Tyler Monday, April 8 - Cookin' at the Club, Tyler Golf Club Thursday, April 11 - Skywarn Spotter Class, 7 p.m., SMSU, Marshall Monday, April 1S - RTR School Board meeting, 7:30 p.m., RTR Middle School cafeteria, Russell Friday, April 19 - Ridgeview Hospice Benefit Saturday, April 27 - Ruthton's 12Sth Celebration, 5K run at 8 a.m.; Rummage sale, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. LOOKING AHEAD: May 10-12 - Tidy Up Tyler Days June 28 - Relay For Life, Tyler Fairgrounds July 5 - Ruthton's 125th all-school reunion, I p.m. July 26-28 - Aebleskiver Days Aug. 1-4 - Lincoln County Fair 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, Hendricks Tyler Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday, 12 p.m., Timber Tavern lower level Lincoln County Horticultural Society meets the first Thursday. For more info, call 507-247-5968. Caregiver's Support Group meets the first Wednesday at THC in the lower conference room from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Grief Support Group meets first Thursday, 10 a.m., THC Conference Room 1 Me Mama ]esus and lava meets the first and third Thursday of every month at First English Lutheran Church fellowship hall 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 Lincoln County Cancer Support Group meets the second Monday, Danebod Village in the Community Room, 7 p.m. Diabetes Support Group meets the second Tuesday at Tyler Alliance, 7 p.m. Tyler Fire Department meets the second Wednesday for business meeting at the Fire Hall, 7 p.m. Sons of the American Legion, the third Monday, Legion Hall, 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 of the month at the Kronborg Inn. Tyler Fire Department meets the fourth Wednesday for training at the Fire Hall, 7 p.m. Marshfield Club meets the fourth Thursday of the month, 2:30 p.m., Log Cabin; In November and December, the club will meet. the fifth Thursday. The Tyler Community Calendar is sponsored by Tyler Healt00lc:are Center "Look No Further" Avera $ 240 Willow St., Tyler, MN 507-247-5521 Villagers, family and friends help celebrate.Alice's 93rd Well, the first day of spring arrived on Wednes- day and it surely does not feel like spring. As I stated last week, I was waiting for the robins to arrive to make it official. Although I have not seen a robin yet, there have been sight- ings of them here in Tyler. One of those sightings has been here at the Village. Kathy announced at lunch on Monday that she saw a robin by the bird feeders. I guess I can count that as official but, golly gee, it needs to start warming up. We have had a few visi- tors this week. Vernon Kock went to see his wife Agnita in Olivia on Saturday. His daughter and her husband, Bill and Deb Schafer from Lake Benton, drove him there. They all had a wonderful visit. Danebod Village News By Lisa King Marion Bressler from Lake Benton came on Sunday afternoon to visit Teresa Johnson. That eve- ning Teresa's son and wife, Dale and Cheryl Johnson from Lake Benton, came for a visit. The biggest highlight of the whole week was the celebration of Alice Buhl's 93rd birthday. Alice host- ed a party on Thursday afternoon with birthday cake, ice cream and cof- fee. Some of Alice's family who came to help her cel- ebrate were her brother Emil Bannick and his wife Betty from Walnut Grove and Don and Sue Buhl of Tyler. Alice also had many friends who came to cel- ebrate with her and she enjoyed visiting with them all. Alice received a couple of beautiful flower bou- quets and a corsage made of purple flowers that was sent to her from her sister- in-law Florine Bannick of Morris. Alice also received many wonderful cards. A wonderful afternoon of visiting was had by all. Again this week the tables were full with card players. Gladys Meleen, Harold Madsen and others from Tyler enjoyed playing Bridge a couple days this week. Virgina Thomsen and Wilma Faaborg hosted their little group for cards on Monday. I believe there were some "hot cards" be- ing played with this little group. "Life of Pi" added to library collection Dear Readers, As winter weather slow- ly makes its way out of the area, our Winter Reading Program officially comes to an end on March 31. Fill out your reading logs and bring them to the library during the first week of April. Claim your candy bar if you've read at least 12 books and we'll tally the totals. Another great movie this week that's been added to our collection is "Life of Pi." ASSESSMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that the Board of Appeal and Equalization for the township of Marshfield in Lincoln County, Minnesota, will meet at the CLERK'S HOME, on April 4, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. for the purpose of reviewing and correcting the assessment of said township for the year 2013. All persons considering themselves aggrieved by said assessment, or who wish to complain that the property of another is assessed too low, are hereby notified to appear at said meeting, and show cause of having such assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is assessed too low will be acted upon until the person so assessed, or his agent, shall have been notified of such complaint. Jolean Faaborg, Clerk Library Letters By Carla Skjong We also have the popular book "Life of Pi" by Yann Martel. One beautiful children's book, a 2013 Caldecott Honor Book, is "green" by Laura Vaccaro Seeger. It is gorgeous and fun and per- fect for spring! Visit the library on Fri- day, March 29 for a small Easter treat. Tyler Public Library wishes you a very happy Easter. We will be open normal hours during the Easter weekend. ASSESSMENT NOTICE Notice is Hereby given, that Board of Appeal and Equalization of the City of Tyler in Lincoln County, Minnesota will meet at The Tyler Fire Hall in said City at 7:00 p.m. on Monday the 15th day of April, 2013. The purpose of this meeting is to determine whether taxable property in the jurisdiction has been properly valued and classified by the assessor, and to determine whether corrections need to be made. If you believe the value or classification of your property is incorrect please contact your Assessor's Office to discuss your concerns. If you are still not satisfied with the valuation or classification after discussing it with your assessor, you may appear before the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization. The board shall review the valuation, classification or both if necessary and shall correct it as needed. Generally the appearance before your Local Board of Appeal and Equalization is required by law before an appeal can be taken to the County Board of Appeal and Equalization in person, through a letter, or through a representative authorized by you. Bruce Williams City Administrator/Clerk for the City of Tyler