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Wednesday, May 6, 2015 Tyler Tribute - Page 3 unrlse We began Friday morn- ing with having Resident Council then doing our daily exercises. We had fun with a sing-along Friday afternoon. Bey Sullivan played for our sing-along. The Friday Night at the Movies movie was "Bye Bye Birdie." Today was Pigs in a Blanket Day. We exercised Saturday morning and played Noo- dle Ball in the afternoon. We always enjoy watch- ing "Fun Time Polka" later in the day. It brings back memories and we remem- ber the fun we had danc- ing. Pastor Kenneke from Christian Alliance Church led our afternoon church service. The Sunday Night movie was "When Harry Met Sally." Monday morning we held Support Group and exercised. We played Bin- go in the afternoon. Joyce Thomsen helped with Bingo. Tuesday morning we did our daily exercises and in the afternoon worked on arm muscles with a para- chute. We sit in a circle and hung onto a big col- Sunrise Manor News orful parachute. We put nerf balls in the middle and flipped them into the air and tried to catch them and then keep them on the parachute. It takes good eye-hand coordina- tion and it gets exciting. We gave the ladies mani- cures and played Bingo in the evening. Betty Chris- tensen helped with Bingo. Doretta Vinson set hair for us today. It was Blueberry Pie Day today. Wednesday morning we had Catholic Communion and exercised. We had our April Birthdays Party in the afternoon and had Happy Hour. We read some more chapters in Book Club. We played Bingo in the eve- ning. Marjo Gruhot helped with Bingo. Today was Te- resa Johnson's birthday. Thursday morning Pas- tor Manian from Imman- uel Lutheran Church led devotions. We exercised and in the afternoon had bowling. Leon Thooft and Carolyn Holck were our winners this week. After coffee time the residents made May baskets for the staff. Anita Johnson helped us make them. Visitors who signed the guest book this week were: Rev. Lynne Matthews vis- ited Hank Bouman; Eliza- beth Baxter and Gaff New- ell visited Ruth Hansen; Deloris Dagel visited Jean Runia and Annette Feh- rman. Smile for Mother's Day--Real mothers don't eat quiche; they don't have time to make it. Real mothers know that their kitchen utensils are prob- ably in the sandbox. Real mothers often have sticky floors, filthy ovens and happy kids. Real moth- ers know that dried play- dough doesn't come out of carpets. Real mothers don't want to know "what" the vacuum just sucked up. Real mothers sometimes ask, "Why me?" And get their answer when a little voice says, "Because I love you best." Have a great week from our home to yours! up Friday-Saturday, May 8-9 - Tidy Up "Dyler, city-wide garage sales Friday-Sunday, May 8-10 - "Annie" presented by RTR Drama Dept., 2:30 and 7:30 shows (check the ad for dates and times), Lake Benton Opera house Monday, May 18 - RTR School Board meeting, 8 p.m., RTR High School library, Tyler LOOKING AHEAD: Friday, June 26 - Lincoln County Relay For Life, Hole-in-the-Mountain Park Friday-Sunday, July 24-26 -/Ebleskiver Days 2015 Saturday, July 25, 2015 - Celebrating 100 Years of Healthcare in Tyler 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. 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, Timber Tavern lower level Caregiver's Support Group meets the first Wednesday at THC in the lower conference room from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Lincoln County Horticultural Society meets the first Thursday. For more info, call 507-247-5968. Grief Support Group meets first Thursday, 10 a.m., THC Conference Room 1 Me Mama Jesus and Java 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. Diabetes Support Group meets second Thursday at THC Conference Room 1, 7 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., Log Cabin; In November and December, the club will meet the fifth Thursday. Viii; enjoyed their vi: Dear Readers, It's hard to believe the school year is coming to a close. With that in mind we're gearing up for our annual Summer Read- ing Program, Read to the Rhythm, which starts on June i and culminates with the Climb Theater per- formance on Aug. 7. We'll have much more informa- tion on all the activities in- cluding Lego building time when you pick up all your signup materials. Last week we had quite a harvest of new books for you and this week is no exception. We're also excited about several new bookswe're ordering soon including one by a North- field resident and St. Olaf Library Letters By Carla Skjong professor. It is the apoca- lyptic novel "The Dead Land" which garnered a rave review for author Benjamin Percy from none other than Stephen King. This week we received the following new books: "Voices in the Night" short stories by Pulitzer Prize winner Steven Millhauser, and "The Ravens," book three by Norwegian author Vidar Sundstol in his "Min- nesota Trilogy." We also recommend '7~ Little Life" by Hanya Yanagihara. This book earned comments such as "astonishing, chal- lenging and profoundly moving" Also, Minnesota author David Treuer, an Ojibwe and PhD in anthropology, offers his new novel "Pru- dence." Secrets, love, the whole works abound in this story. Don't forget the Plum Creek Library System's Zinio, an online service for downloading magazines. The beauty of this is once they are downloaded to your computer or device they are yours forever. No need to return them! Enjoy Spring and Happy Mother's Day from Tyler Public Library. We really haven't had much going on here at the Village this week. Ev- eryone has been out and enjoying the nice weather that we have been having. Our big project here at Danebod Village is getting close to being complete. An open house is being planned for the middle of May. Keep watching the paper for more details as it gets closer. Danebod Village has a new resident. Jeanette Anderson from Farming- ton has moved into the brick building. Jeanette has moved closer to be by her son and his wife, Curt Danebod Village News By Lisa King be here and is very happy that she can play Bridge with our group of Bridge players. Welcome to Dane- bod Village, Jeanette. Vernon Kock enjoyed go- ing to the school program of his grandson Ethan Win- sdorf of Marshall school Thursday evening. Virginia Thomsen says the only excitement she had this week is watching her new friend come to her bird feeder outside her window. A Pine Siskin bird comes every day to enjoy a derful visits with her chil- dren throughout the week. Keith and Kathy Serie and Mary Wierin& all of Tyler, stopped in for visits. On Thursday afternoon Joyce had three nieces from Sioux Falls, S.D., Jasper and Sherman, S.D. They all had a wonderful visit. Elfriede Petersen has had a wonderful time with her daughter and husband, Marie and Howard Alff of Anita, Iowa. They all en- joyed doing a little shop- ping in Marshall, playing and Pam Anderson, Tyler. .... little food ........... cards in the,evening and a Jeanette is very excited to Joyce Serie had won- trip to the casino. ives overview ub to Kiwanis The Tyler Kiwanis Club met Wednesday, April 29 at noon at the Timber Tav- ern and enjoyed a chicken fried steak dinner. 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 Lyle Snyder. Betty Jo Solberg led the singing of "Meet Me in St. Louie, Louie" and "Daisy Bell." Happy Bucks were put in by Pastor Lyle who is happy Robert had his pro- gram last week and Judy Williamson for her picture in the paper. Guests present were Da- vid Sanderson, Neff Wahl- man and Tasia Dass. Business: Curbside pick- up, Mother's Day weekend, Tidy Up Tyler Days. For the program of the Tyler Kiwanis Club News By Betty Jo Solberg day, Kiwanian Cy Solberg introduced his program, Tasia Dass, the manager of the Tyler Golf Club. Tasia informed us all about all the activities and goings- on at the golf course. They have a youth golf commit- tee that raised $8,550 as a fundraiser for the youth. Youth have free member- ship, along with free youth lessons. Lot of activities go- ing on. Ten to 14 wedding receptions, 16 golf tourna- ments. This year will be a four-person golf tourna- ment instead of a two-ball best ball. There are 108 youth memberships this year. The Hospice event went well at the golf cub. Real success. Tasia did a great job informing us all about the TGC. She opened it up to questions anyone had. There was concern about the fairways. It was a tough winter, with lack of snow. They will all come back with sunshine and rain. The menu next week is ham sandwich and crab salad. Next week is the monthly business meet- ing. The meeting adjourned at i p.m. The Tyler Kiwanis Club has been meeting for over 60 years. They enjoy a noon meal and lively con- versations. They serve the Tyler community in nu- merous ways. You are wel- come and visit us. The RTR School District has a school board vacancy for the Tyler precinct. The RTR School Board regularly meets on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in each of the school buildings. Interested applicants should complete an application available at the district office located at: RTR Public Schools 100 Strong Street Tyler, MN BB III Stop in and talk to us today. We' re here to help! I HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday - 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday - 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. I O F TYLER I NCORPoRATED 111 N. Tyler St., RO. Box 430, Tyler, MN 56178 Phone 507-247-5531 1-800-259-5379 Fax: 507-247-5532 E-mail: EQUAL HOU$ING LENDER