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January 28th, 2015

Schrupp, Ziemer sworn into new terms on Glencoe City Council

It took the second meeting of January, but the full Glencoe City Council was officially sworn into office Jan. 20 when Gary Ziemer and John Schrupp were given the oath of office for another term. Both were absent from the Jan. 6 reorganization meeting when newly elected Allen Robeck was sworn in early in order to have a quorum to complete the end of the 2014 business.
In other matters, the City Council:

Historical groups seek partnership

The Glencoe City Council, at its Tuesday, Jan. 20, meeting, approved a resolution of support for a plan to form a partnership among the various historical groups in the county.
(The Council met on a Tuesday because of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, Jan. 19.)
The partnership will seek a state heritage partnership grant to hire a director to coordinate efforts, write future grants and lead programs that would benefit all the local groups.

9th-annual Blizzard Blast set for Jan. 30

Blizzard Blast, the annual fundraiser for Allina Health Hospice Foundation, is set for Friday, Jan. 30, at 5:30 p.m., at the Glencoe City Center, 1107 11th St. E, Glencoe.
This will be the ninth year of the event.
Tickets are $30 per person, and include dinner (catered by Chef Craig) and live music by Rhinestone.
The fundraiser also includes live and silent auctions and a raffle.

Community Schools meeting

Stimulating the senses

One-act play performance Thursday

Anderson breaks boys' scoring record

Hawaiian Invitational

Panther boys hoops go 3-for-3

It was easily the biggest week of the season so far for the Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ basketball team. 
The Panthers, coming off a narrow overtime loss at Annandale on Friday, Jan. 16, returned home for a three-game stretch rife with implications for the remainder of their season and claimed three victories.
Then there was the topic of Keaton Anderson’s historic achievement.

Anderson reflects upon breaking team scoring record

Friday night was set up to be a big one for Glencoe-Silver Lake’s Keaton Anderson, and it sure was. 
Anderson, a guard for the Panthers boys’ basketball team, entered that evening’s Wright County Conference West battle against Mound Westonka needing just seven points to etch his name into the record book as the team’s all-time leading scorer.