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Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Area Tyler Tribute - Page 9 News from al Edgerton Enterprise - A committee of men have been working to open a mu- seum in town, They are going to use the upstairs of the Runals Memorial Hall and have signed a five-year agree- ment. They are looking for volunteers and items for display. Murray County News - Murray County Central Head Baseball Coach Tarry Boelter was inducted into the Min- nesota State High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He joins a long list of members including his father Don, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009. Lamberton News - Brett Baumann has purchased the Lamberton Meats building on main street and is hav- ing it completely refurbished. Former owner Pete Furth will be lending a hand after the plant reopens and has given his recipes to Brett for his us- age. Pipestone County Star - The Masons have transferred ownership of their Masonic Temple building on Main Street to the Pipestone County His- al capital ] 2904's 11 rehearse Dec. Christmas Como munity,Center. referen- dum night with 256 in favor and 209 op- posed. Hendricks Pioneer . Jonathan Leng- keek and a sile the bakery in bakery Connl dren's Theater production of "Trea- sure Island" wili be presented at the Lake Benton Opera House Saturday. Submitted photo Helen Bruhn, formerly of Lake Benton, is pictured celebrating her 104th birth- day on Nov. 7. Community forum Nov. 20 to address health coverage Western Community Action announced today that it will host a commu- nity forum on Wednesday, Nov. 20 to answer local residents' questions about new health coverage op- tions that are available as a result of the federal Af- fordable Care Act (ACA). "With anything new, it's natural for people to have questions," said Allan Bak- ke, Development Director at Western Community Action. "This community forum will answer as many questions as we can, par- ticularly for people who are currently uninsured." The event will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Mar- shall-Lyon County Library, located at 201 C Street in Marshall. Among the experts ex- plaining the options and answering questions will be Christina Wessell from Minnesota Budget Proj- ect, Elaine Cunningham from the Children's De- fense Fund Minnesota, and Leigh Grauman from Por- tico Healthnet. "This discussion will be about explaining cover- age options to anyone who needs help, not rehashing the ACA policy debate," said Allan Bakke at West- ern Community Action. "Local residents are won- dering about things such as 'am I eligible,' 'what are my options,' and 'can I af- ford it'; those practical is- sues will be our focus." About nine percent of Minnesotans, or about 489,000 people, were un- insured in 2011. Uninsured Minnesotans can be found in almost all walks of life. For instance, employed Minnesotans are just as likely as unemployed resi- dents to lack healthcare coverage. The work being done by Western Community Ac- tion is part of a statewide network of nonprofit orga- nizations funded by a pro- gram called Access to Cov- erage, which is supported in part by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minne- sota Foundation. Access to Coverage is designed to help more uninsured Minnesotans get health coverage. Additional infor- mation about the initiative is available at www.bcb- smnfoundation.org/our- focus/access-to-coverage. Helen Bruhn celebrates 104 By Nancy Muider ibnews@itcteLcom Helen Bruhn, formerly of Lake Benton, celebrated her 104th birthday on Nov. 7 at the Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Tyler. She is known for her good memory, as many can at- test to. She used to remind Pastor Neff of his wife's birthday and anniversary when he would come on his weekly visits. On hand to celebrate her birthday with her were her nieces, Sharon Augenstein from the state of Washington and Marlys Sparr from Brooklyn Park. A few members of the Lake Benton United Methodist Church, where she is also a member, were able to cel- ebrate with her. They were Ray Hurd, Lois and Cor- liss Kock, Bernice Chris- tensen, Florence Rochel, Curtis and Judy Johansen and Carol Sorenson. She also had visitors from Tyler and Pipestone who stopped in to congratulate her and wish her well. On a personal note, Joe Mulder's parents, Bud and Martha Mulder, pur- chased the farm we now live on from Helen and her husband many years ago. When we built the addi- tion on our home, we put one of the original light fixtures from her home above our dining table. It truly is a small world. FSA advises producers to anticipate payment reductions USDA's Farm Service 2011 (BCA) mandates that is implementing seques- Agency (FSA) is remind- federal agencies imple- tration for the following ing farmers and ranchers ment automatic, annual programs: who participate in FSA reductions to discretion- Dairy Indemnity Pay- programs to plan accord- ary and mandatory spend- mentProgram; ingly in FY2014 for auto- ing limits. For mandatory Marketing Assistance matic spending reductions programs, the sequestra- known as sequestration, tion rate for FY2014 is 7.2 FSA The Budget Control Act of percent. Accordingly, FSA continues on page 16 JUL DAZZL in Hendricks -.\\; -.. ....... . ........... , ....... - I00Hen00ncks # Saturday, November 30 Visits with Santa 3-5 p.m. at the Legion Hall Professional photographer Deb Hopfinger of The Studio will be on hand to take pictures. Photos will be printed on site and available for purchase. Live Nativity at the "Cove" i;.,. i by the Laundromat at 5 p.m. Lighting Ceremony 5:45 p,m. by the sculpture Lighted Parade 6:30 p.m. Parade line up starts at 6 p.m. in parking lot across from Sr. Dining Center Businesses will be open! SPONSORED BY THE HENDRICKS COMMUNITY CLUB Saturday, November SlOO Irene's by "Julie" 30 Saturdag, November 30 3:OO - 6:OO p.m. ,[ In the old Hardware Store ,I c..s* coo..* co,on,, pries :'I $5 per child Kids will be able to decorate their own 10" (approx. size)  I wooden snowman, decorate an ornament and a cookie, make  I reindeer food and color a holiday picture to take home too! [ Sponsored by the HHS Prom Committee [ Classy Cuts HAIR SALON Expires December 31, 2013 Call for an appointment today! Stephanie Pederson 507-275-3935 117 S. Main St. #23, Hendricks MN 56136 JULEDA0000 00I.E. , t._Tpeela[00 OPEN REGULAR HOURS Rosettes will be available for sale. Check out our Thanksgiving ad t for all of our specials. Center loOP;;aS.Pme.Ci Hgu;? m 104 Main, Hendric 507-275-3714 "THE LOCAL" ,] [] 100 S. Main St., Hendricks, MN I Phone: 507-275-6225 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ] I BLACK FRIDAY SALE Friday, November 29 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 50% off entire stock during the first two hours of the sale Special Hours for JULEDAZZLE Saturday, November 30 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 50% off all clothing at Hendricks Farmers Lumber! Enjoy some popcorn and do some Christmas Shopping. Open until &O0 p.m. Saturday, November 30 We have something for everyone on your list!