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April 6th, 2016

Huttner-Hallahan reflects on 4 years at City Center

After over four years at the Glencoe City Center, Events Coordinator Hannah Huttner-Hallahan will be leaving the position.
Huttner-Hallahan is one of only two people who held the position full time since the city center board began. The position involved scheduling and running a variety of events at the center.
“They were fun to work with,” Huttner-Hallahan said. “Seeing how different everything could be for the same thing.”

Crow River Habitat seeking volunteers

Crow River Habitat for Humanity of McLeod County is seeking volunteers to serve as focus team members.
An informational meeting for potential volunteers is set for Thursday, April 7, from 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m., at Main Street Sports Bar in Hutchinson.
People who serve as focus teams will be directly involved in the organization’s work, including building, family services, public relations and development and faith relations. Each focus team fulfills a specific need within Crow River Habitat.

Firefighters battle garage fire

GSL teacher honored with award

Dairy princesses crowned

Fans jam the gym for Orth benefit

Seniors to anchor GSL baseball team

Girls golfers gear up for new season

Panther girls’ golfers led by new coach

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ golf team is the first of the Panther spring sports squads to compete this season, taking to the Litchfield Golf Course for an invitational meet on Thursday.
The Panthers will also be competing under a new leader this season as Dave Frasier takes over for Scott Eckhoff. 
It is Frasier’s first varsity head coaching position; he also serves as an assistant coach for the GSL boys’ basketball team. He said the team is ready to go for Thursday.

Girls’ hoops wrap up season with banquet

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ basketball team put a final stamp on its 2015-16 campaign on Wednesday, March 30 with its annual awards banquet, held in the GSL High School cafeteria. 
Junior guard Maddie Monahan earned Class AA All-State Honorable Mention and Wright County Conference All-Conference honors. 
Senior forward Maddy Kalenberg earned All-State academic honors, as well as being named WCC All-Conference Honorable Mention.