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/ WednesdaF, August 21, 2013 Tyler Tribute - Page 3 Photo by Robert Wolflngton The yard of Leo and Lorraine Brandt at 229 E. Oak St. has been recognized by the Tyler Area Community Club as the Yard of the Week for the week of Aug. 19. The week has been filled Danebod Village News with our normal weekly By Lisa King activities. Most of our resi- dents enjoyed some kind daughter Cheryl of Glen- stopped a couple of times of activity such as playing coe and Avis Nelson of Ty- throughout the week for a cards, exercising or singing let. They all had a wonder- short visit with Teresa. in our group sing-along, ful time visiting with each Virginia Thomsen en- Oh, and we don't want to other. Ardith and Avis then joyed a visit from Jerry forget about our Bingo stayed and enjoyed lunch and loyce Thomsen and nights. Some of our resi- with Vivian afterward. Darrell and Jan Thomsen dents have enjoyed sitting Alice Buhl had a won- on Sunday afternoon. Lat- out on our patio enjoying derful visit with her er that evening Bo Duncan the beautiful afternoon brother and his wife, Emil stopped by for a chat. On weather, and Betty Bannick of Wal- Monday evening Joel and Danebod Village has a nut Grove, on Thursday Kathy Koster of Elkton, new resident by the name afternoon. Alice's niece S.D. stopped by for a visit. of Aaron Delp. Aaron is LaDonna Albertson, alsoVirginia's grandson Kurt from the Arco. We would of Walnut Grove, accom-Thomsen also stopped by like to welcome Aaron to panied her parents for an for a short visit on Monday Danebod Village. afternoon of visiting, evening. Lois Anderson enjoyed Dorothy Rourk's daugh- Wilma Faaborg enjoyed an evening out with Cal ters, Judith Diddle of Lino a visit from her grandson and Lois Neilsen and Lakes and Mary Allen ofDerek Eno and his girl- Betty Christensen, all of Eau Claire, Wisc, were friend McKayla of Minne- Tyler, last Friday evening, here for a short visit from apolis on Saturday after- They all enjoyed supper Thursday through Friday. noon. together at the Kronborg. Dorothy enjoys every min- Vernon Kock enjoyed a On Monday evening Lois ute spent when her chil- wonderful visit with his attended the Cancer Sup- dren come for a visit, wife Agneta on Tuesday port meeting and enjoyed Teresa Johnson en- afternoon. Their daughter a potluck supper with ev- joyed a visit with Marian Deb Schaefer of Lake Ben- eryone. BresslerofLakeBentonon ton accompanied Vernon Vivian Rickford enjoyed Sunday afternoon. Laterto Marshall. Wednesday morning cof- that evening her son Dale Ceil Dubbeldee enjoyed fee with her sister Ardith andCherylJohnsonofLake a visit with Gloria Dou- Sween of Lake Benton, Benton came for a visit, bier of Walnut Grove on Evelyn Johnson and her Dale and Cheryl have also Wednesday afternoon. Tuesday, Aug. 27 - Red Cross Bloodmobile, Tyler Legion, 2-7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27 - Varicose Vein Screening, THC, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. LOOKING AHEAD: Wednesday, Sept, 4 - Pre-planning seminar, 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 - THC Wine and Beer Fest, 5:30 p.m., Tyler Golf Club 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 Jesus and Java meets the first and third Thursday of every month 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 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, 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 Healthcare Center ,,Loo No Further" Ill 240 Willow St., Tyler, MN 507-247-5521 Photo by Robert Wolfington Family Dollar Store work continues Crews are currently clearing out the site of an upcoming Family Dollar Store on Highway 14 in Tyler. Dear Readers, We've scheduled an end-of-summer book sale. It will run from Sept. 3 through Saturday, Sept. 7 dered. Also, new shelving with a unique selection of in the teen section is on books, the way. We hope these Pre-fall thoughts have tweaks will make your triggered some library im- library experience more provements for you. We've comfortable. replaced an older, slower New novels this week computer with a new lap- include "Hotshot" by Julie top and our Westerns have Garwood as well as the lat- been relocated to the front est James Patterson book, of the library. Many old but "Mistress." Also, a gener- still viewable VHS movies ous donation gives us the are now in the give-away inspirational novel "One box and another shelf has Thousand Gifts" by Ann many free Avalon novels Voskamp. for quick and easy reads. We also offer ' rchan- Our back reading table gel" by Andrea Barrett. has been repositioned and Barrett won the National will now seat four on new Book Award for "Ship Fe- chairs that have been or- ver" and the New York Library Letters By Carla Skjong Times states that Barrett's "work stands out for its sheer intelligence...the overall effect is quite daz- zling:' She writes about science and how it affects humanity. The five stories in this book are amazing. Please remember that the library will be closed Aug. 23 through 26. While many volunteers generously responded to the emergency call for blood donations from the American Red Cross in July, donors of all blood types, especially O negative, A negative and B negative, are still needed this sum- men Blood products are being distributed to hos- pitals almost as quickly as donations are coming in. Blood and platelets are needed for many reasons. Accident and burn victims, heart surgery patients and organ transplant recipi- ents, as well as those re- ceiving treatment for can- cer or sickle cell disease, may depend on lifesaving transfusions. In fact, ev- ery two seconds a patient Avoid the fall down time Now is the time to service all your farm electric motors. Stop in and see Dave or Ryan for all your electric motor needs. 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VFW, 116 E. Saxon in Ivan- Visit or hoe. call 1-800-RED CROSS to Aug. 29 from 1:30-6:30 learn more and schedule p.m. at the Center Post, an appointment as soon as 114 S. Center St. in Lake possible. Benton. Upcoming blood dona- STEPHENS FUNE L SERVICE 100 W. Hwy 14, Tyler, MN 507-247-5331 Expanded options at a lower cost. Traditional, cremation, and alternative service options. Headstones, pre-arrangements, and pre-funding.