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Tyler Tribute - Page 10 Wednesday, October 18, 2017 Cold Weather continued from page 8 ment also administers the may apply for weatheriza- Weatherization Assistance tion assistance. formation is also available Program, which providesOther forms of assis- at the Commerce Depart-energy efficiency improve- tance may be available ment's Energy Assistance ments to reduce energy to Minnesotans through Program webpage, costs for needy house- county social service pro- WeatherizationAssis- holds that meet income grams, community-based tance Program eligibility guidelines. Both organizations and non- The Commerce Depart- homeowners and renters profit agencies. in The Summer Ghost down Main Streetand me-for the Ghost Walk is re- Walks offered by the Pip- ander through alleyways, quired by calling the Pip- estone Civil War Days while a costumed guide estone County Museum at Committee, in coopera- spins some bizarre and 507-825-2563. Proceeds tion with the Pipestoneunusual local tales as well from this joint fundraiser County Museum, are backas providing some history will go toward the Pip- for Halloween! A tour will of the area. estone Civil War Days ac- be offered Saturday, Oct. There is a fee for the tivities and the Pipestone 28 at 8 p.m., leaving from tour, and it's not recom- County Museum's opera- the Pipestone County Mu- mended for children un-tions. seum. The tour will stroll der 12. Pre-registration Psychic Susie Otto to speak on "The Paranormar' at last Brown Bag series Mark your calendar for um. Susie will bring along lic. The community is in- Thursday, Oct. 19 when ghost hunting gadgets and vited to bring a sacklunch Psychic Susie Otto willtalk about what happensand eat while listening to speak on "The Paranor- in a ghost hunt. She will the presentation. Brown mal" at the Pipestone explain what happened to BagLunch programs at the County Museum. This pro- bring her to this point in Museum are scheduled for gram is the last in the Mu- working with her psychic the third Thursday of ev- seum's Brown Bag Lunch gift. ery month from April to series for 2017 and takes The Brown Bag Lunch October. This is the final place at noon at the Muse- series is FREE to the pub- one for 2017. I Buffalo Ridge Chorale " ......concert slated for Oct. 22 The Buffalo Ridge Cho- Church of St. John Cantius rale will present a fall con- pipe organ. After the per- cert entitled, "Melodies of formance a light supper Peace" on Sunday, Oct. 22 will be available. at 4 p.m. at the Church of This activity is made St. John Cantius, Wilno. possible by the voters The music expresses our of Minnesota through a thankfulness, faith, peace grant fromthe SWMNArts and hope for the world we Council, thanks to a legis- live in. The performance lative appropriation from will feature solos by David the Arts and Cultural Heri- Moklebust on the beautiful tage fund. Access my Social Security on the go Smartphones have been Social Security News in our lives for over a de- cade and have changed the By Cristina Powell, District Manager way we interact with each Get your Social Secu-deposit information, and other. Social Security is at rity Statement to review even get a replacement the forefront of technolog- estimates of your future SSA-1099 for tax season. ical advancements, making retirement, disability, and We're continuing to im- your online business with survivors benefits; prove my Social Security us easier and more secure. Check your earnings allthe time and make more About a third of the visi- every year to verify the services available online. tors to SocialSecurity.gov amounts that we recorded Residents of the District use their smart phones to are correct; and Columbia and more than learn about our programs, See the estimated So-20 states can now request find answers to their ques- cial Security and Medicare a replacement Social Secu- tions, and access our on- taxes you've paid. rity card online using my line services. Now you can There are even more Social Security. It's an easy, access your personal mythings you can do with my convenient, and secure Social Security account on Social Security if you're way to request a replace- the go or from the comfort receiving benefits. Youment card online. of your home. By visiting can get a letter that veri- Securing today and to- /www.socialsecurity.gov/ ties your benefit amount, morrow can start now. myaccount, you can: check your benefit and Putting you in control of Request a replacementpayment information andyour future is a priority for Social Security card, if your earnings record, and us. Visit www.socialsecu- you meet certain require- change your address andrity.gov/myaccount today ments; phone number. You also to learn more and to sign Check the status of can request a replacement up for your own account. your application or ap-Medicare card, confirm peal. changes to your direct What is a fair farm rental agreement? Landlords, Farmers, Extension News Agri-Business Profession- By David Bau, U of M Extension als should make plans to attend one of the informa- for both parties, land rental rate. tire meetings being heldTopics covered at the The meetings held in across Central and South- meetings will include lo- Southwest Minnesota in- ern Minnesota. These free cal historic and project- clude: meetings are being pro- ed farmland rental rateNov. 3, at 9:30 a.m., Mur- vided by the University trends, current farm land ray County Fairgrounds of Minnesota Extension. values and sales, a work- 4-H Building, 3048 S. Farm land rental rates sheet that will help deter- Broadway Ave., Slayton have never been higher mine a fair and profitable Dec. 8, at 9:30 a.m., Ex- and determining a fair rental agreement. Inputtension Regional Office, farm rental agreement is a costs for 2018 will be pre- 1527 Prairie Drive, Wor- challenge in today's econ- sented along with current thington omy with recent record 2018 corn and soybean Dec. 19, at 9:30 a.m., corn and soybean prices prices. Worksheets willEmergency Service Build- and record farm land val- examine 2018 costs and ing, 811 5th St., SE, Pip- ues and significantlylower what is affordable rentestone prices since 2014. that a farmer will be able Make plans to attend Negotiating a fair rental to pay in 2018, the rate of a farmland rental work- agreement that satisfies return to the landlord at shop this fall for current the land owner and the current market values and numbers. Check out the farmer is a challenge. Da- examine flexiblerentalAgricultural Business vid Bau, Extension Educa- agreements. Management calendar for tor in Agricultural Busi- Make plans to attend one schedule of the all 43 rent- ness Management, will of these meetings now. At- al workshops at across the provide several ways; by tendees will receive sever- state at: http://www.ex- examples, factsheets and al informative worksheets tension.umn.edu/agricul- worksheets to determine and factsheets to help de- ture/business/for specific a fair farm land rental rate termine a fair 2018 farm times and locations. Hendricks, MN Tuesday, October 31st 5-6 p.m. on Lincoln Street i/,~t/'('~'/ is m,l draw. locution wi// hc Main Strec't l)ccoratc the back of your vehicle, park it on l,incoln Street and hand out cand) tO u-ick or treaters! (you need to be set up belbre 5) I ~', 2''~ and Y'~ place prizes for best decorations! Trunk or Treat sponsored by the I lendrieks Community Club Hmdog, chips and a pop *Freewill Donation* 5-6 p.m. in Cedric's Small Banquet Room l:bod.wonsored hy the Lake ttendricks hnprovenl,ll A.~.w~ciatitm Prot'eeds will helpJund Lake Association programs/ac/ivitie.s Cedric's HA UNTED HOUSE hs Cedrh"~ Banquet Room Kid friendly from 5- 7 p. m. Adults 9-11 p.m. Costume contestJbr adults 9-11 p.m. Pr&e for best costume Hatmted House and Co.s'tume Prize SlXmsored by Cedric's : ~ 'i?I i~ Let everyone know about your upcoming events or dining specials with an ad in our DINING & TAIN SECTION For one low price, your ad will run in the Hendricks Pioneer, Lake Benton Valley Journal and the Tyler Tribute. For more information or to place your ad call 507-247-5502 or email tribute@, tvlertribute.com by noon on Fridays. Lincoln County Senior Citizen Fall Event Thursday, October 19 at the Ivanhoe VFW 5:00 p.m. Bingo 6:00 p.m. Catered Dinner of chicken, potatoes, gravy, cole slaw, vegetable, ice creal E3enton: We would like to invite all the Lil' Spooks, Ghosts, and Goblins and their family to a at Danebod Court Sunday, October 29 1 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. For kids up through elementary age Games, goodie bags and a light supper will be provided for Lil' Spooks and their families. A food shelf box will be available if you would like to contribute. We welcome the continued support and donations of Food Shelf items. A big thank you to all who are pam'cipating and decorating a "Trunk/" For questions, please contact Cheryl Hook at 507-530-5261. /