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Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Tyler Tribute - Page 15 THANK YOU THANK YOU OPEN HOUSE pI I OPEN HOUSE: On Saturday, November 23 from 2-6 p.m. at the Tyler Golf Course to celebrate the marriage of Timothy and Keri (Blanch- ette) Bloom who were mar- ried on October 18 in Flori- da. The couple is registered at Walmart and Target. 47x THANK YOU: We would like to thank fam- ily, friends, doctors and nurses for all their help, prayers, words of encour- agement, visits, and phone calls during Ron's illness. May God Bless. Ron and Marlene Kjelden. 47x .... i ; ' Join us for a 50 th Anniversary Open House for Ow Saturday, November 23 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. at the Brick Manor, Arco 70 TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Vernon and Lorine Ploeger will celebrate their 70 th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at Edgebrook Care Center in Edgerton. They were married December 9, 1943 in Elkton, S.D. Greetings can be sent to them at: Edgebrook Care Center 505 Trosky Rd. W, Room 112, Edgerton, MN 56128 1585 260 'h Street, Hendricks, MN 56136 THANK YOU: Thank you to everyone who had a chance t,o golf Tyler Golf Course this season! I would like to per- sonally thank the staff for a wonderful season. They did a great job throughout the year, especially during our drought that we had again this year. The staff and I enjoyed seeing you out there and thank you for your patience during our maintenance routines. Special thanks to every- one who has donated time, supplies, services, money, and items that helped im- prove the course. Traffic on the golf course is a ma- jor concern at any time, but these concerns are more so during the winter when the turf has no chance of recovery. Damage is most severe when the soil is fro- zen. When the soil begins to thaw in the top half-inch or so and remains frozen below this depth, traffic of- ten causes a shearing effect that damages the turf grass roots. When frost has cov- ered the leaves of the grass that is still growing, any traffic, including foot traf- fic, will immediately cause rupturing of the plant cells, and then quickly die. That is why we have frost delays on golf courses. The greens are begging to thaw. This occurs in nice, sunny, warm spells during winter or in spring when the golfer who hasn't played in a while is ready to play. When I feel the traffic on the course has become harmful to the grass I will have the "COURSE CLOSED" signs out. That time has come this year and the course is now closed. I have enjoyed working for you and am looking forward to seeing you in the 2014 season! Golf Course superinten- dent, Lance Tykwinski. 47x Place Your Classified Ad Today! We make it easy for you to get your ad to us! CALL 507-247-5502 EMAIL MAIL Tyler Tribute PO Box Q Tyler, MN 56178 FAX 507-247-5502 Shop Local Eat Local Spend Local Support the local businesses who support the area where you live, work and play, I NEW LISTING-HENDRICKS 400 (ottae Ave - $68.900 2 bd; art. garage; new shingles; large corner lot. MLS 6004696 110th N. Prairie - $68.000 Beautiful 4 Bd; 2 bath; corner lot; CA; hardwood floors; lead glass windows; Attached garage; MLS 6004043 2966 11h Ave. Hendricks Acreage - 4.32 acres - $98.500 5 Bd; 2 bath; 2-car garage; 1/4 mile from boat landing; MLS 6002610 Lake Hendrieks 1049 N Shore Drive - $199.000 Lakeshore Home - 3 Bd; 2 bath; loft, fireplace; MLS 37416 Jane Steffes, Broker/Owner (507) 694-1476 (507) 530-8114 YOUR AD COULD HAVE BEEN HERE LAKE BENTON REAL ESTATE 1K story dwelling with 4 bedrooms, central air, detached garage and full basement. Will entertain offers. Great starter home close to school and downtown. 1 story with 2 or 3 bedrooms, utility on main, central air and attached 2 car garage. gISTING - Split foyer with 4 bedrooms and at- tached 2 car garage One story dwelling with partial basement. Has 2 bedrooms with utility on main level. Front deck with back yard patio and many updates. Beautiful 2007 dwelling with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and 2 car attached garage. _.rcial coffee/sandwich/gift shop with second %'ory as income producing apartment. Many up- dates also to include business personal property. TYLER REAL ESTATE AUCTION ry dwelling on corner lot. 3 bedrooms with dosed front porch and detached one car garage. VERI)I REAL ESTATE Modular home with attached oversized 2 car ga- rage on approx. 1.5 acres. Has 2 or 3 bedrooms, central air and rural water. : ......... .,, i/ ; .... 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It is nonfiction called "The Four Doors - A Guide to Joy, Freedom, and a Meaningful Life" and it might just be the inspira- tion you need for the up- coming holiday season. There are many words of wisdom in this book by the author of "The Walk" se- ries, "The Christmas Box;' and many other cherished books. Also, we would like to welcome Sirrina Martinez, the new Lake Benton Li- brary Director, to the Plum Creek Library System. She is from Tyler and will be happy to help you if you visit the Lake Benton Pub- lic Library. Be on the lookout for our annual selection of holiday books and videos that will be on display soon. Dakotaland's Light it Up program to help babies Light show nightly until New Year Dakotaland Federal Credit Union will launch its new Light It Up pro- gram to give back to local communities this holiday season. Starting Thanks- giving evening, over 5,000 dazzling LED lights will cover the front fagade of the Brookings branch and display a 10-minute long holiday light show set to music. The public is invited to come to the Brookings lo- cation parking lot, 2423 Sixth Street, and watch the animated light show which will run every eve- ning until New Year's Day from 6-10 p.m. Audiences may tune their car radios to 89.5 FM to listen to the music accompaniment. After the presentation, spectators are asked to give a free-will donation to help provide babies in the Brookings area the best start in life. "At Dakotaland, we wanted the post-show donations to benefit lo- cal kids in the Brookings area to leave a lasting im- pression]' said Brookings Branch Manager Chad Moiler, who developed the concept. "Healthy babies are an investment in our future and Dakotaland Federal Credit Union is ex- cited to 'light the way'." Funds raised from Da- kotaland's light show will be donated to Brookings Health System Founda- tion, earmarked to help fund the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI}, which the health system announced it was pursu- ing Summer 2013 in an effort to improve breast- feeding outcomes within the community. Evidence-based benefits of breastfeeding include cost savings for families, fewer work absences by mothers and improved long-range health out- comes for children as they grow and develop. "In addition to reducing babies risks for childhood diseases and conditions like SIDS, ear infections, respiratory illnesses, juve- nile diabetes and childhood obesity, breastfeeding re- duces risks for long-term chronic adult diseases like Type 2 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, certain cancers and coronary artery dis- ease, to name a few" said OB Director Mary Schwae- gerl, who leads BFHI ef- forts at Brookings Health System. "To us, supporting BFHI just made sense," said Moller. "When you look at all of the health benefits of breastfeeding, there re- ally isn't a better way to combat multiple diseases with one cause and make a direct, lasting impact on the health and well being of our community's chil- dren:' BFHI creates a sup- port network for nursing and non-nursing mothers alike, helping mothers to give their babies a healthy start. Drivers continued from page 13 er and Vehicle Services Division (DVS) is in the process of sending letters to all CDL holders in Min- nesota reminding them to complete their self-certifi- cation. How to Self-Certify CDL holders need to: Check the status of the driver's license online at If "Self-cart" is not listed, then a Self-Certification form must be submitted. Complete the Commer- cial Driver License Medi- cal Self-Certification Form (PS33203} If a CDL driver certi- fies that they are subject to medical examination requirements, they must provide a copy of their Medical Examination Re- port (PS30158) and any required waiver (Insulin- treated diabetes, vision, seizure/loss of conscious- ness, limb impairment). Submit a completed self-certification form and, if applicable, a current medical examiner's cer- tificate, to DVS via mail, fax or in person to any driver exam station or driver li- cense office. These forms can be found on the DVS Website at Visit the DVS Website at for more information on how to self-certify, for definitions of interstate and intrastate commerce, along with in- formation about medical certification requirements. CDL drivers can also call (651) 205-4908. Categories and medi- cal examiner's certificate requirements are deter- mined by the Code of Fed- eral Regulation (CFR) and state statute. 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