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Vol. 112 No. 23 • Thursday, May 30, 2013 • Silver Lake, MN 55381
City audit shows reserve funds grow; but MLS inventory errors are a concern
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer Last Monday, at its regular meeting, Silver Lake City Council heard it was “overall in a better financial position than 2011,” according to Paul Harvego, a certified public accountant (CPA) with Conway, Deuth & Schmiesing. However, Harvego also noted a trend in errors in the Municipal Liquor Store (MLS) inventory and recommended management conduct monthly test counts to adjust amounts as necessary. Harvego presented City Council with the 2012 audit review, and said, “You’ve come a long way as a city. Overall, our analysis shows that your position has increased from years past, and you are better off financially.” Harvego noted good cash balances in the general, ambulance and fire funds. “All have improved,” he said. The City went from three and a half months of cash flow in the reserves to eight months, he said. “That’s a very good endeavor.” City Clerk Kerry Venier added that the city received a “letter of congratulations” from the state auditor on “keeping a healthy fund balance.” “But, the MLS is not generating the kind of profits we’d like to see. This is not unheard of in small cities. It is noted that offsale stores make more money than on-sale municipals, because of the costs to run an on-sale store,” Harvego said. He added that there has been a trend in errors in the MLS inventory report. “We still have some issues in that department. In January, we performed a test count of the MLS inventory. Overall, we selected 94 items for observation and noted 16 errors, which is almost 20 percent,” Harvego said. In 2010, Harvego performed a test count at the MLS, selecting 90 items and noting 10 errors. In 2010, he said the variance is similiar to a prior year, and that the amount of errors were “high considering the number of items tested.” At that time, Harvego recommended monthly inventory checks. In 2011, he said 88 items were selected for observation and only three errors were noted, however, he still recommended that management continue to test count monthly. “We have gotten better since years past, but 16 errors is still too many, especially out of 94 samples. Items are not being recorded correctly,” Harvego said. He recommended spot checks continue each month. “Reviewing the inventory variance reports on a monthly basis will allow for a more transparent and timely review of the financials of the liquor store,” Harvego said. Mayor Bruce Bebo asked what is considered an “error. Is it an entire case missing, or could one error be one bottle?” he asked. Harvego said one error could be one bottle missing, and Bebo suggested that the errors may be coming from on-sale using offsale inventory “when they run out on a busy night.” Venier said, “either way, they should be getting marked down” and agreed that monthly checks should continue. In other financial areas, Harvego recommended that a review of the rate structure “may be necessary for water and sewer rates. “Both funds could experience declines in their cash position in the upcoming years if any capital acquisitions or major repairs are needed, and those declines could put a burden on the general fund balance or MLS fund balance if
Silver Lake Leader photos by Alyssa Schauer
Memorial Day
On Monday, the annual Memorial Day program was hosted by the Silver Lake American Legion. Due to the soggy weather, the program was moved into the auditorium. A parade of Legion members, the Silver Lake American Legion Auxiliary, Silver Lake Fire Department and Silver Lake Police Department began outside the Legion. The program was led by Larry Lhotka, Commander Post 141, and an invocation by Father Patrick Okonkwo was given. Chad Thompson, past boys state participant read the Gettysburg Address and guest speaker Arnold C. Troe shared his time in war, and the price for our freedom. A salute to the deceased veterans followed, with the roll call given by post chaplain, Bob Sopkowiak. Above, Auxiliary members place wreaths on wooden crosses in honor of the deceased. To the right, Legion members of the firing squad present the gun salute, and “Taps” were played by Gene Streachek.
Commissioners approve feedlot CUP
By Lori Copler Staff Writer McLeod County Commissioner Paul Wright tried to bring harmony to an area that is both rural residential and agriculture at the County Board’s May 21 meeting. At issue was a conditional use permit to establish a feedlot on a parcel less than 40 acres within the Hutchinson Joint Planning area. The site is on 210th Street in Hutchinson Township, and is more than 4,000 feet from the Hutchinson city limits, according to background information furnished at the meeting. The application was made by Kevin Buss and his daughter, Kelsey, who hope to have about 120 milking cows and 100 replacement animals on the farmsite. Although the area is zoned agricultural, a number of rural residential homes have been built in the area, and neighbors expressed concern about potentially declining property values, odors and cows straying from the farmsite onto neighboring property. The Hutchinson Joint Planning Board had considered the permit at its May 15 meeting, but a motion to approve it with three attached conditions failed 3-3. Wright, a dairy farmer himself, said after hearing neighbors’ comments — both against and in favor of the Buss operation — said that the decision to approve or deny the permit would be a difficult one. “What makes it difficult is that this is in the Hutchinson planning area,” said Wright. “The question is this truly a residential area, or a rural area?” Wright noted that the proposed dairy will be located on a farmsite that had been used for a cow herd before, with existing buildings. To try and address all the concerns, as well as grant the Busses’ wishes, Wright suggested attaching 15 conditions to the permit, instead of just three. “These would be on the CUP (conditional use permit) and the Busses would have to abide by them,” said Wright. “I truly believe that this will work.” Among Wright’s suggested conditions were an annual inspection, that any changes in the site or structures be pre-
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Guatemala missionaries visit Faith Presbyterian Church
On Wednesday, May 15, Faith Presbyterian Church was honored to have visitors from their sister presbytery in Guatemala. Alma Lili Rodriguez and Pedro Alvarez have been visiting churches in the Minnesota Valley Presbytery, of which the Silver Lake church is a member. Rev. Mark Ford brought them to Silver Lake on Wednesday where they enjoyed lunch with some of Faith’s members. They shared about the culture of their country, where 11 different languages are spoken. With the many languages and cultures, they find their job quite a challenge. After meeting with the church members, they toured Bonnie Mohr Studio, visited the McLeod County Courthouse, and the park at Glencoe. In the evening, Alma Lili and Pedro joined the Sunday school students and parents for a pizza party and play time of miniature golf and batting cages. Rev. Mark Ford spent 13 days in February working at the Occidente Prebytery in Guatemala, where he first met Alma Lili and Pedro. Alma Lili is the chair of the committee that took Rev. Ford and
Missionaries
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Seaside worship service set June 9 at Swan Lake; Caillouet guest speaker
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Guatemalan missionaries visit
On May 15, Faith Presbyterian Church in Silver Lake was honored to have visitors from its sister presbytery in Guatemala. They group enjoyed lunch with some of Faith’s members before touring the county, including the Bonnie Mohr Studio, a visit to the McLeod County Courthouse, and the park at Glencoe. In the evening, they joined the Sunday school students and parents for a pizza party, miniature golf, and fun in the batting cages. In the front are Pedro Alvarez, Alma Lili Rodriguez and Phillip McBride. In the back are Carol Chmielewski, certified lay pastor, and the Rev. Mark Ford.
Members and friends of Grace Bible Church in Silver Lake invite all to experience and participate in a unique outdoor worship service. On Sunday, June 9, at 9:30 a.m., a special Sea Side Service will be held at Swan Lake (north side next to the pier). The service is reflective of the times when Jesus preached from a boat.
Special guest speaker will be Gerry Caillouet, who hosts a national radio broadcast called God’s Great Outdoors (ggoutdoors.org). Dress is casual, and those who attend are asked to bring their own lawn chairs or a blanket. Swan Lake is located about one mile northwest of Silver Lake on County Rd. 16 (To get
there go to Highway 7, and turn west and take County Road 16 (north). In the case of inclement weather, the service will be held at the church building. Grace Bible Church is located in Silver Lake at 300 Cleveland St., next to the city water tower. For more information call (320)327-2352.
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Missionaries
Continued from page 1 others from the Minnesota Valley’s Presbytery on church tours around the country and arranged the manse (pastor’s home) construction mission project. Alma Lili is one of two women pastors in the Occidente Presbytery, and one of the first women ordained in ministry. Because of cultural traditions, being a woman in the ministry is quite a challenge in Guatemala. Pedro is the Presbytery accountant and is studying theology. The Occidente Presbytery has 50 churches with 60 pastors and geographically ranges from the mountains in the northern part of the prebytery to the coastal plains in the souther part of the country. The Minnesota Valley Presbytery and Occidente Presbytery have what is called a “companionship relationship.” Other members of Minnesota Valley’s Presbytery have also made visits to Guatemala in the past to construct water projects and build relationships with people of Guatemala. Phillip McBride of Glencoe was the interpreter for the visitors. McBride grew up in Colombia and the Dominican Republic and is well versed in both Spanish and English. Without his assistance, conversations with our guests would have been very difficult.
Even allow us the freedom to bicker
Each May, I’m so impressed by all the participation, organization and support of the Memorial Day program in Silver Lake. The Memorial Day ceremony is always so moving, and often brings me to tears, whether it is the guest speaker’s reflection of wartime and the price for our freedom as Americans, or the symbolic three gun shots fired by the squad and the familiar “Taps” that follow. This year was especially emotional as I thought of my younger brother, Alex, stationed miles and miles and miles away in Kuwait. He joined the Air Force Reserves after high school, and ever since, he’s been stationed around the United States, working on different bases, and he even spent some time working in Germany last summer. Being siblings, my three brothers and I, of course, all had our share of fighting and teasing, and we could hardly stand each other. But as we get older, we’ve all become, dare I say, friends, and last February, my other brother Nick and I made the trip to South Carolina to see him in Charleston, and to help him move home. It’s kind of neat to see Alex succeed in his own world — the military world. Everything for Alex is “Yes sir,” “No sir.” I never thought I’d see one of my younger brothers be so polite after years of throwing mud and snarky comments. Alex is stationed in Kuwait until December, so the night before he left, Nick and I made a trip to the cities last Thursday to spend the night with him on base and do things most siblings do — play video games, go to the movies, and, of course, sass off and fight. After a few rounds of our favorite game, Call of Duty, we headed to the Mall of America for some food, a movie, and we even calculated our way through the “Amazing Mirror Maze.” If any of you remember my last adventure at Mall of
The Travel Section
By Alyssa Schauer
America — losing my Jeep — I’m sure you’d believe I had a bit of anxiety as we turned into Parking Lot West Level 1 Texas to park. Well, I can proudly say I remembered where we parked! But we lost Alex for nearly 30 minutes after the movie. Of course, being with two boys, we went to see an action movie, “The Fast and The Furious 6,” full of fast cars, fist fights, and million dollar heists. After the movie, Nick and I waited in the busy, buzzing lobby for Alex to use the bathroom. Crowds were moving in and out of the theater, and Nick and I moved to a quiet corner to wait. And wait. And wait. And wait. After the lobby cleared out and there was no sign of Alex, Nick went into the bathroom, and returned quickly with a “He’s not in there” response. You’d think in our fast world of technology, we could easily have called Alex to locate him. Well, since he was leaving for Kuwait in less than 12 hours, he had disconnected his cell phone. So Nick and I waited and waited some more outside the theater, as the mall turned out its lights, and the cleaning crew started. “He’s probably waiting by the car,” we thought and headed to the parking lot. Nope. Not there. At this point, I started to get frantic, thinking about all the bad things I’ve recently heard about the Mall of America with drug trafficking and arrests. After 10 minutes of anxiety and deep breathing, I saw a familiar orange shirt approaching the deserted, concrete parking lot, accompanied by the echoed voice of, “Where the heck were you guys?” Of course, we bickered about Alex taking off and not waiting in the lobby, and he thought Nick and I did the same — the usual loud, huffy sibling squabble. But in the end it was a fun night, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Sending God’s blessings to Alex and all our troops and to those who served. Thank you all for this freedom.
Silver Lake Leader photo by Alyssa Schauer
Poppy poster contest
The Silver Lake American Legion Auxiliary hosted the annual Poppy Contest and the winners were, from left to right, Mason Husted, first place; Michael Butler, second place; and Preston Sturges, third place. The winners were awarded cash prizes and their posters are placed at various locations throughout the city.
Upcoming Events
May birthday party at CCE
The community is invited to join the residents at Cedar Crest Estate in Silver Lake for a May birthday party on Friday, May 31, in the dining room. Music will be performed by Wally Pikal at 1:30 p.m., and refreshments will be provided by the Western Fraternal Life Association Lodge Lumir.
Hutch Auxiliary meets June 3
On Monday, June 3, the Hutchinson American Legion Auxiliary Unit 96 will meet at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner and a regular meeting to follow at 7 p.m. The meeting will be at Legion Post 96, officers will be installed and a memorial service will be held. Bring a guest and a dish to pass. The department convention is July 18-20 in Mahnomen.
City Council
Continued from page 1 transfers are required,” Harvego said. In other matters, City Council: • Appointed the following staff for the 2013 pool and summer recreation season: Gary Kosek, receation director; Theresa Kuester, lessons coordinator; and lifeguards Brianna Hall, Ashley Boyer, Ryan Kuester, Brandon Ebert, Janessa Klatt, Katie Dennison, Taylor Venier, Kaylee Venier, Eric Klima, Sarah Blazinski, and Savannah Kuester. • Reviewed the MLS report to find April revenues totaling $25,068.33 and expenses totaling $22,422.89, showing a net profit of 5.71 percent. Also discussed the discrepencies in reporting month to month, noting drastic increases and decreases in overhead and net profits between months. “We probably need to have the MLS manager here, because questions aren’t getting answered,” Venier said. • Heard that hydrant replacement has begun. Councilor Nolan Johnson reported that hydrants have been replaced on Lane Avenue East to Summit. Eight hydrants were installed two weeks ago, and the crew will install two per day until finished. • Heard the planning commission received a variance at 217 Grove Ave. SE. Councilor Carol Roquette said the owner would like to split the lot and needs a variance because the lots would be less than 10,000 square feet. A public hearing has been scheduled for June 11 at 7 p.m. • Approved a one-day gambling permit for the Silver Lake Fire Relief on Aug. 4, 2013. • Heard painting was attempted on the floors in the downstairs of the auditorium. “The paint would not adhere to the existing flooring,” Venier said. Council reviewed options to install epoxy flooring versus satin finish urethane flooring.
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The Silver Lake Senior Citizens Club will hold its regular meeting on Monday, June 10, beginning at 4 p.m. with a potluck dinner. Members M-Z will set up and A-L will clean up. The regular meeting and cards will follow.
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Degree of Honor meeting set
Degree of Honor No. 182 will be held Tuesday, June 11, at 5 p.m. at the Silver Lake Auditorium.
Senior dining birthday party
The June birthday party at the Silver Lake senior dining site is set for Wednesday, June 12. There will be bingo and the menu includes baked chicken, potato salad, mixed vegetables, bread with margarine, and fresh melon cubes. Call Manager Pearl Branden at 320-327-2621 to order a meal. After hours, call Pearl at 320-327-2536.
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Historical society open house
The McLeod County Historical Society is hosting an open house to unveil the new “archival compressible storage space” purchased with monies from the cultural and heritage Legacy grant. The open house is set for Sunday, June 2 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the museum archive and meeting room at the McLeod County Historical Museum. For questions, call 320-587-2109 or e-mail asa@hutchtel.net.
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Early bird deadline for Ridgewater Summer Camp
Friday, June 7, is the early bird deadline to register for the 2013 Ridgewater College Summer Camp set for July in Hutchinson and Willmar. The Hutchinson event will be Monday, July 22, through Thursday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. The Willmar camp is set for the same times but will be held Monday, July 29, through Thursday, Aug. 1. The events provide numerous fun, hands-on and educational career and interest explorations for youths entering grades five through eight. Again this year, all campers will experience all sessions rather than having to choose. Campers will experience three to four new career/interests each day of camp. Depending on which camp you attend in Hutchinson or Willmar, exploration sessions may include hydrology, taxidermy, photography, color science, electronics, animals, computer graphics, automotives, plant science, baking, the Native American culture, creative writing and arts, and a variety of health care sessions. Fees include four days of activities, materials, lunches, and a T-shirt. Registration is encouraged by July 8.
Church News
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Concert finale
The Glencoe-Silver Lake awards and senior recognition vocal concert was held May 23 in the high school auditorium. Large groups like the GSL Concert Choir, above, performed along with smaller groups, like the trio of Rachel Bonderman, Sadie Paumen and Leah Peterson, at right. The concert was directed by Randi Erlandson.
Music in the Park June 20; prize donations are sought
As a prelude to Pola-Czesky Days, the first of six Thursday night Music in the Park gatherings will begin Thursday, June 20. There will not be Music in the Park on Thursday, July 4. Watch for schedules, which will be posted soon. The Music in the Park Committee is asking for donations of prizes to be given away at these gatherings. In order to have your donation acknowledged as being donated by you, your business, or organization, please have them to the committee by June 10, so a listing may be compiled. Donors are encouraged to put their names on the prizes if they want to be acknowledged. Any donations turned in to the committee after that date, or brought to Music in the Park, will be listed as given by an anonymous donor. If you have any questions, please call DeNeil or Lisa Thompson at 320-327-2278 or Ray or Sharon Bandas at 320327-3115.
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June 3-7 Silver Lake Senior Nutrition Site Monday — Swiss steak, baked potato, corn, bread, margarine, pineapple, low-fat milk. Tuesday — Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, peas, carrots, cranberry garnish, bread, margarine, strawberry shortcake, lowfat milk. Wednesday — Meatloaf with catsup, whole parslied potatoes, country blend vegetables, bread, margarine, pears, low-fat milk. Thursday — Pork chop, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, margarine, lemon angel food cake, low-fat milk. Friday — Mandarin chicken salad, fresh fruit, marinated tomatoes, muffin, margarine, low-fat milk.
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor 320-327-2265 http://silverlakechurch.org Sat., June 1 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m.; women’s Bible study, 9 a.m. Sun., June 2 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; fellowship and refreshment time, 9 a.m.; pre-service prayer time, 9:15 a.m.; worship service, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school for all ages, 10:35 a.m.; open shooting for Centershot Archery graduates, 11:45 a.m. Wed., June 5 — Confirmation class, 6 p.m.; prayer time, 7 p.m. Sat., June 8 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m. Sun., June 9 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; Sea Side Service at Swan Lake, 9:30 a.m.; church picnic at Swan Lake. Mon., June 10 - Fri., June 15 — Dr. Rakow on Morning Meditations on KDUZ 1260 AM; Church Board meeting, 7 p.m. Dial-A-Bible Story, 320-3272843. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN 108 W. Main St., Silver Lake 320-327-2452 Fax 320-327-6562 E-mail: faithfriends @embarqmail.com Mark Ford, Pastor Carol Chmielewski, CLP Office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., June 2 — Worship service with fellowship after, 10 a.m. Tues., June 4 — Presbyterian Women’s gathering and registration, 8:30 a.m. Wed., June 5 — Presbyterian Women’s meeting, 6 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Worship service with fellowship after, 10 a.m.; deacons’ meeting after church. CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY 700 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., May 30 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m. Fri., May 31 — Mass, 8 a.m. Sat., June 1 — Reconciliation, 5:30 p.m.; Mass, 6:30 p.m.
Sun., June 2 — Mass, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8 p.m. Mon., June 3 — KC 4th Degree meeting in Bird Island, 7:30 p.m. Tues., June 4 — Mass, 8 a.m.; eucharistic adoration, 8:30 a.m.; meet and greet at St. Mary’s in Winsted, 12:30 p.m.; Area Word at Holy Family, 7 p.m. Wed., June 5 — Mass, 5 p.m.; Winstock volunteer meeting, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; CCW meeting, 7 p.m. Fri., June 7 — First Friday calls; Mass, 8 a.m. WORD OF LIFE CHURCH 950 School Rd. S.W. Hutchinson 320-587-9443 E-mail: infor@ loversoftruth.com Jim Hall, Pastor Sun., June 2 — Worship, 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 770 School Rd., Hutchinson Kenneth Rand, Branch President 320-587-5665 Sun., June 2 — Sunday school, 10:50 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; priesthood, relief society and primary, 11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m. RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 20924 State Hwy. 7 W., Hutchinson 320-587-2074 E-mail: assembly@ hutchtel.net Dr. Lee Allison, pastor Sun., June 2 — Worship, 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Wed., June 5 — Family night activities, 6:30 p.m. FIRST CONGREGATION UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 31 Fourth Ave. S.W., Hutchinson 320-587-2125 E-mail: jmm@hutchtel.net Sun., June 2 — Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:15 a.m.
ST. PIUS X CHURCH 1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., May 30 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; server training in church, 9 a.m.; Schoenestatt boys’ group meeting, 2:50 p.m. Fri., May 31 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; no Spanish Mass; wedding rehearsal, 6 p.m. Sat., June 1 — Widow/windower and senior singles breakfast at Dubb’s Grill, 9:30 a.m.; Spanish baptism session, 10 a.m.; Resendez-Strong wedding, 2 p.m.; reconciliation, 4 p.m.; Mass, 5 p.m. Sun., June 2 — Mass with eucharistic procession, 9:30 a.m.; Spanish Mass with eucharistic procession, 11:30 a.m.; Guadalupe committee meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Mass at Holy Family, Silver Lake, 8 p.m. Mon., June 3 — No Mass; Catholic vacation Bible school, 8:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Tues., June 4 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; Bible school, 8:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; Area Word committee at Holy Family, 7 p.m. Wed., June 5 — Bible school, 8:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; evening prayer, 5:40 p.m.; Mass, 6 p.m. SHALOM BAPTIST CHURCH 1215 Roberts Rd. SW., Hutchinson Rick Stapleton, senior pastor Adam Krumrie, worship pastor/director of student ministries Thurs., May 30 — Senior high free lunch, 11 a.m. Sun., June 2 — Worship, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Mon., June 3 — Women’s “First Steps,” 7 p.m. Wed., June 5 — Middle school youth, 6:30 p.m.; senior high youth, 7:30 p.m.; women’s outdoor adventure, 7:30 p.m. BETHEL LUTHERAN 77 Lincoln Ave., Lester Prairie Bethany Nelson, pastor 320-395-2125 Sun., June 2 — Worship withHoly Communion; Baptism of Liam Angval Larson, 9 a.m. Fri., June 7-Sun., June 9 — Synod assembly.
Kitchen Delights & Other Things
Loaded Potatoes and Chicken Casserole Ingredients: 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cooked and cut into one-inch cubes 1-1/2 pounds red potatoes, boiled, drained, cut into cubes 1 tablespoon olive oil 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 teaspoons garlic powder 1 teaspoon thyme 1 teaspoon rosemary 8 ounces bacon, cooked, drained, crumbled 8 ounces cream cheese, cut into small cubes 3 cups shredded, sharp Cheddar cheese Parsley Directions: In a large bowl, toss cooked chicken cubes, potato cubes, olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, thyme, rosemary, bacon, cream cheese and two cups of shredded cheese. Place in a greased 3quart casserole dish. Top with remaining one cup shredded cheese. Sprinkle with parsley. Bake 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until nice and bubbly. Deep Dish Milky Way Cookies Ingredients: 2 sticks butter, room temperature 1 cup dark brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla 1 teaspoon baking soda 1-1/2 teaspoons coarse sea salt 2-1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 bag of fun-sized Milky Way bars, chopped Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare your muffin pan by first spraying with cooking spray, next lining each tin with a parchment round and spray the parchment again lightly. Set aside. Cream butter and sugars together in mixer. Turn speed to low and add eggs and vanilla. Turn up to medium for approximately 20 seconds until batter is combined. Turn mixer to low and add in flour, baking soda, and sea salt. When just mixed together fold in your chopped Milky Way bars. Press 1/4 cup batter into each muffin top and bake for 13-15 minutes until the edges are golden and the center is just set. Remove from oven and let cool in pan for 5 minutes. Loosen edges with a knife and flip the cookies onto a wire cooling rack. Pesto Chicken Stuffed Shells Ingredients: 16 jumbo pasta shells, cooked and drained 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 1 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese, plus 1/4 cup for topping 3 tablespoons prepared pesto 2 cups shredded cooked chicken 2 cloves garlic, minced Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Combine all the ingredients and stuff into the cooked jumbo shells. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees uncovered for 30 minutes until bubbly. Enchilada Pasta Casserole Ingredients: 1 pound ground beef 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/4 tesapoon cumin 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 5 ounces cream cheese 1/4 cup light sour cream 1 can (10 ounces) enchilada sauce 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese, divided 1 cup shredded monterey jack cheese, divided 1 cup frozen corn kernels, thawed 1 can (4 ounces) diced green chiles 12 ounces egg noodles Salt and pepper, to taste Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large pot, bring water to boil and cook egg noodles according to package instructions. In the meantime, in a very large skillet, brown your ground beef then drain the fat. Then add the chili powder, cumin, and cayenne pepper. Stir to combine. Add in the cream cheese until melted combined. In a large bowl, combine sour cream, enchilada sauce, half the cheddar cheese, half the monterey jack cheese, corn kernels, and diced green chiles. Stir to combine. Pour mixture over the beef and let simmer for 2-3 minutes. In the meantime, drain your pasta. After you’ve drained it, add the pasta to the beef mixture. Make sure everything is coated in the sauce. In a large casserole dish, pour in the pasta mixture and top with the remaining cheese. Bake for 15 minutes or until cheese has completely melted. Serve hot.
Graduation Open House honoring KAYLA SCHERMANN
Sat., June 1 2-6 p.m.
Silver Lake Legion
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Dear American Legion Post 141, I am honored to have $ received a 500 scholarship from the American Legion. It has been a blessing to belong to a communit y that is graced with a Post such as 141. Thank you for the consideration and award. Sincerely, Chad Thompson *21La
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Thank you family & friends for the comforting words in our time of loss. Thank you Father Tony, Father Paul and Father Jeff for your services; sister Elizabeth, August and Irene Makovsky, John Popelka, servers. Thank you pallbearers and honorary pallbearers, the Silver Legioners, and American Legion Rifle Squad, and Maresh Funeral Home. Thank you CCW for making and serving lunch and for those who brought food, sent cards, and called. If we have missed anyone, we want to give our heartfelt thanks. The family of Steve Nemec
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Sports
GSL Panther Spring Sports
BASEBALL
April
26.....Holy Family .............L,16-0 27.....NYA .........................W,11-1 29.....Annandale .................W,3-0 30.....Belle Plaine ...............W,4-1
Silver Lake Leader, Thursday, May 30, 2013 — Page 4
One down, two to go in subsection play
By Josh Randt Sports Editor The Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team advanced to the section tournament by defeating the Sibley East Wolverines 2-0 on Saturday, May 25. “That’s exactly how I thought it would play out,” head coach Dean Schwirtz said of the close game against the Wolverines. lead off, and reached second two batters later on a bunt for a hit by Brody Bratsch. Pinske scored on a trick play when the Panthers baited Brody Rodning into attempting a pick-off at second. The ball got past the shortstop and Pinske scored to take a 1-0 lead. Bratsch scored three batters later as Lepel hit a liner down the left field line for an RBI single, and the final run in the 2-0 GSL victory. Maass pitched seven innings, faced 22 batters, gave up one hit, no walks and struck out 15. “He’s clutch, he’s the guy you want up with runners looking to score,” Schwirtz said of Lepel.
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
May
02.....Dassel-Cokato . ..........W,7-1 .............................................W,8-3 07.....New London-Spicer ...W,6-0 .............................................W,5-1 09.....at Litchfield ...............W,7-0 .............................................W,4-1 10.....Waconia......................W,5-4 13.....at Orono ...................W,10-1 14.....at Delano .....................L,6-4 16.....at Annandale.............W,12-0 20.....Mound-Westonka .......W,9-0 23.....Watertown-Mayer ....W,12-7 25.....Sibley East .................W,2-0 28.....Belle Plaine ................W,7-4 30.....at Holy Family ..............5:00 ***
GSL 2, Sibley East 0
Ethan Maass pitched a terrific game for the Panthers, only allowing one hit while striking out 15. The Panthers threatened in the first inning with Maass singling and Nolan Lepel taking a pitch to the body. The two were left on base as the inning ended. Sibley East never put a runner on base until the fourth inning with Maass heaving strikes on the mound for GSL. Austin Brockoff singled and stole second base to start
SOFTBALL
April
26.....Holy Family ...............W,1-0 29.....at Annandale .............L,13-7
Derek Bratsch attempts to lay down a bunt against Sibley East in the fifth inning of the subsection game. GSL came of the top of the fourth for the Wolverines. But Maass struck
out on top of the Wolverines, winning 20 and will advance to the next round of subsection play. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Carter Pinske walked to
Sibley East...000 000 0— 0-1-0 GSL.............000 020 x — 2-4-0 Winning Pitcher - Ethan Maass, GSL
May
02.....Dassel-Cokato. ............L,6-2 .......... .................................L,10-5 03.....Annandale .................L,13-5 06.....at Mound-Westonka. ...L,2-0 07.....at New London-Spicer......... ...........................................W,10-3 09.....Litchfield....................W,6-3 .............................................W,4-1 10.....at Waconia.................L,12-9 13.....at NYA ........................L,9-2 14.....Delano .......................L,12-0 15.....New London-Spicer W,12-6 16.....Orono ........................L,16-0 21.....at Holy Family ..........L,12-9 ***
out the next three batters, leaving Brockoff stranded.
25 advance to section Regular season track meet in Mankato ends for golfers
By Josh Randt Sports Editor At the subsection track meet held in Lake Crystal on Thursday, May 23, both the girls’ and boys’ track and field teams performed well against non-conference opponents. After battling against teams in the Wright County Conference all season, both teams finished in first place with the girls scoring 181.5 points, and the boys 232.5 points. Glencoe-Silver Lake will have 25 individual participants, and four relays competing in the section meet on Saturday, June 1, at Mankato West High School. Twelve girls advanced to the section meet as individuals. The girls will also participate in the 4x200-meter and 4x400-meter relays. For the boys, 13 individuals advanced to the section meet. Relay teams in the 4x200 and 4x800-meter events also advanced. All-in-all, GSL had seven individual first-place finishes. Boys: Dalton Clouse, first in the 110-meter hurdles (16.42) and 300-meter hurdles (43.67); Ryan Kuester, first in the 100-meter dash (11.38) By Josh Randt Sports Editor The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ golf team wrapped up regular season play on Tuesday, May 21, at Albion Ridges in Annandale. GSL finished in ninth place out of 11 teams in the Wright County Conference. The Panthers finished in ninth place out of 11 teams with a team score of 225. Alexis Kerslake finished the course with 52 strokes on the day, and tied for 23rd in the WCC, good enough for Honorable Mention. Elizabeth Gran shot a 62 at the course and finished tied for 41st place in the WCC. Ashlyn Ratike carded a 59stroke performance, and finished tied for 44th place with fellow Panther Claire Wraspir who shot a 58 at Annandale. Finishing with the second best score on the day, Allison Eischens shot a 56 and finished in 46th place in the conference. Lindsay Wedin shot a 59 as the number six golfer for GSL and carded a 59, and finished in 48th place. The girls play at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker on Thursday, May 30 in the 5AA section meet. *** The GSL boys’ golf team finished play in the Wright County Conference on Monday, May 20, at the Baker National Golf Course. The Panthers finished in last place out of 11 teams with a team score of 423, and in last place in the WCC as a team. The top golfer for GSL, Lou Iacona, returned and shot a team best 93 on the 18-hole course and finished in 58th place. Joe Fehrenbach shot a 98 and ended his regular season in 50th place. Shooting the third best score for GSL, Tate Lilienthal carded a 112 and placed 51st in the conference. Dylan Schuth shot a 120 and closed out his regular season in 53rd place. Eric Steffel carded a 123 and placed 54th in the WCC. Patrick Fehrenbach withdrew from the meet and finished in 52nd place for the season.
BOYS’ GOLF
April
25.....New Ulm.............................. 29.....at Mound-Westonka............. 30.....at Annandale ........................
May
01.....at Ridges at Sand Creek....... 02.....at New London-Spicer......... 03.....at Hutchinson ...................... 06.....at Waconia............................ 08.....GSL...................................... 09.....Section preview at Becker........................................... 10.....at New London-Spicer......... 13.....at Annandale ........................ 15.....at Hutchinson. ...................... 16.....at Litchfield.......................... 20.....at Baker National Golf School ........................................... 22.....at Dassel-Cokato.................. 30.....Subsection at Becker ..12:30 ***
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
GIRLS’ GOLF
April
25.....at New Ulm.......................... 26.....at Hutchinson ....................... 29.....at Annandale ........................ 30.....at Litchfield..........................
Kelly Arnold hands the baton to Taylor Novak for the first exchange in the 4x200-meter relay at the subsection meet in Lake Crystal on Thursday, May 23. The two, along with Kelly Beneke and Shelby Clouse, took first place in the event, and advance to the section track meet in Mankato on Saturday, June 1. and 200-meter dash (22.9); Tanner Konen, first in the pole vault (13 feet); Trent Draeger, first in the triple jump (42-1 ft). Girls: Tori Burr, first in the 1600-meter run (5:31.53); Emily Muetzel, first in the 400-meter dash. Both teams placed first in the 4x200-meter relay. Girls: Kelly Arnold, Taylor Novak, Kelly Beneke and Shelby Clouse. Boys: Ryan Kuester, Brandon Greeley, Keenan Mehlos and Greg Ober.
May
01.....at Baker National Golf School ........................................... 02.....GSL...................................... 08.....at Mound-Westonka............. 09.....Section preview at Becker........................................... 10.....at Annandale. ....................... 13.....at Baker National Golf School ........................................... 14.....at Waconia............................ 16.....at New London-Spicer......... 21.....at Dassel-Cokato.................. 30.....Subsection at Becker ....8:00 ***
TRACK AND FIELD
April
23.....at Foley......(B-2nd) (G-2nd) 25.....at Belle Plaine ...................... ............................(B-2nd) (G-2nd) 29.....at New London-Spicer......... ..............................(B-1st) (G-3rd) 30.....GSL Invitational at Belle Plaine ..................(B-2nd) (G-5th)
Softball season comes to an end against Holy Family
By Josh Randt Sports Editor The Glencoe-Silver Lake softball team’s season came to an end Tuesday, May 21, at the hands of the Holy Family Fire. In a rematch of the 1-0 season opener that favored the Panthers, the Fire bested GSL in a high-scoring game that ended 14-9. “The girls did well,” head coach Steve Davis said. “They improved from the first weeks all the way to the end as we hoped. “They were a very good group. Maybe one of the best groups that got along and liked each other.” Davis said the girls performed about how his coaching staff expected and exceeded in some categories. Despite the 5-10 record, Davis is optimistic moving forward. “Moriah Maunu did a good job pitching this year,” Davis said. “She struggled at times, but we didn’t make plays behind her either ... A lot of the girls will be playing summer ball this year, and they’ll be back next year. The future’s bright.”
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Holy Family took a 1-0 lead into the second inning, as GSL decided it was time to score. Josie Schmitt and Becca Green scored after singling. Holy Family walked in a run with the bases loaded, and Amanda Meyer sent a single to the outfield for an RBI to take a 2-1 lead heading into the bottom of the second. It would be 7-2 at the end of the second inning, as the Fire erupted for six runs off of four hits and two hit batters. Piper Davis, Schmitt and Oliver scored for GSL to cut the lead to 7-5 in the first half of the third inning. Holy Family’s Hayley Thompson hit a double to rightcenter field to lead off the bottom of the third. A shortstop error allowed Thompson to score with two outs to extend the lead to 8-5. The top of the order came up for the Panthers in the fourth inning. Rachel Rusten took a six-pitch walk to lead off the inning, and advanced on Steph Klockmann’s single. Rusten scored three batters later on a ground out, and Klockmann crossed the plate on Schmitt’s RBI single to make it 8-7 Holy Family.
May
02.....at Waconia..(B-2nd) (G-4th) 07.....at Hutchinson Section True team ....................(B-4th) (G-6th) 10.....Cambridge-Isanti true team . .............................(B-5th) (G-7th) 14.....at Dassel-Cokato...........4:00 16.....GSL (Conference) Invitational at Hutchinson...................... .............................(B-2nd) (G-7th) 20.....at Holy Family. .............4:30 23.....Subsection at Lake Crystal ..
June
1.......Sections at Mankato West.... ..............................................TBD ***
TRAPSHOOTING
April
18.....Reserve Scoring ................... 25.....First Competition - .............. ......................6.5 points, 8th place
May
02.....Second Competition- ........... .........................3 points, 8th place 09.....Third Competition - ............. .........................3 points, 8th place 16.....Fourth Competition- ............ ......... ...............3 points, 8th place 23.....Fifth Competition .........5:00 ***
Every time the Panthers closed the gap, the Fire put its own string of runs together, keeping the heat on GSL. Two doubles and an error at third base allowed three more runs to score in the bottom of the fourth for Holy Family. Ellie Lepel singled for GSL as the lead-off batter in the fifth. Amanda Meyer followed up with a double, and with no outs the Panthers appeared ready to rally. A pair of fly outs from Rusten and Klockmann threatened to extinguish the rally. Lepel and Meyer didn’t know it yet, but they scored the team’s final runs of the season to make it 11-9 Holy Family. Run scoring continued for the Fire in the fifth and sixth innings, scoring twice in the former and once in the latter for the 14-9 victory. Despite scoring in the second through fifth innings, GSL’s offensive production ceased in the sixth and seventh. The Panthers were retired one, two, three in both innings as their season came to an end.
GSL.....................023 220 0 — 9 Holy Family....... 161 321 — 14 Losing Pitcher - Courtney Lemke, GSL
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
Holy Family 14,
The boys’ and girls’ golf teams will have to follow through on their putts as Dylan Schuth does here when it comes time to compete in the subsection meet on Thursday, May 30.
Silver Lake Leader, Thursday, May 30, 2013 — Page 5
Legal Notices
Rich Valley Township
Notice of Meeting Change Rich Valley Township The regular meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 12, 2013, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30, 2013) $5,195 for Highway Department OSHA training. Nies/Christensen motion carried unanimously to award projects SP 4304-90, and SP 43-070-006, the TH 15 rehabilitation project and roundabout project at CSAH 115/TH15 to Duininck Bros Inc. (Prinsburg, MN) for a total cost of $5,192,204,01 contingent upon state and federal aid approvals with funding coming from Highway Safety Improvement Funds and State funding. Christensen/Shimanski motion carried to adopt Resolution 13-CB-21, Second Amendment Preservation. Roll Call Vote: Nies - Yes, Terlinden - No, Wright – No, Christensen – Yes, Shimanski – Yes. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to hire WOLD (St Paul, MN) to assist in the planning of the court house/jail security upgrades at a cost not to exceed $5,300 with funding coming from the Commissioners budget. Terlinden/Shimanski motion passed unanimously to secure Attorney’s Office Entrance by Myron Schuette Construction LLC (Glencoe, MN) for a total cost of $9,541 with funding coming from Capital Funds. Terlinden/Christensen motion carried unanimously to approve hiring a full-time Technical Specialist I (Grade 11) for the Auditor-Treasurer Department due to promotion. Terlinden/Christensen motion carried unanimously to approve an amendment to the contract for Aviands Food Service for 2013 for the McLeod County Jail. Nies/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve payment of $310.88 for expenses incurred for lunch supplied on Student Government Day with funding coming from the Commissioners budget. Terlinden/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve MN Extension and McLeod for Tomorrow Agreement which will be in effect from May 1, 2013 through April 30, 2014. Christensen/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to give directive to Pat Melvin to draft letter on recycling to Glencoe’s Mayor and City Administrator allowing Commissioner Wright and Terlinden to review letter before it is delivered. (Published in the Silver Lake Leader May 30, 2013) listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address TROY WILLIAM SCHULZE 901 SOUTH ST PO BOX 145 STEWART, MN 55385 Parcel and Description of property 20.050.1600 TOWN OF STEWART Amount Due $3,821.48 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 20-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013) Parcel and Description of property 17.050.0030 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-001 25.8’ X 27.5’ OF LOT 12 & 33’ & 25.8’ X 60’ OF 1ST AVE N & X 129.08’ OF VAC IRVINGTON AVE Amount Due $3,327.48 Name /Address LACONYA A SCAIFE 802 HENTON AVE OLIVIA, MN 56277 Parcel and Description of property 20.050.0040 TOWN OF STEWART LOT-006 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $6,553.64 Name /Address SAXON MORTGAGE SERVICES INC 4708 MERCANTILE DR FT. WORTH, TX 76137 Parcel and Description of property 20.050.0040 TOWN OF STEWART LOT-006 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $6,553.64 Name /Address GARY & SYLVIA MILLER 16510 CO RD 122 MAYER, MN 55360 Parcel and Description of property 22.097.0400 RE.BLKS 1,2,3,4 GLEN KNOLL PK BLOCK-003 LOTS 11 & 12 Amount Due $29,748.60 Name /Address CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO 102 MAIN ST S PO BOX 339 HUTCHSINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 22.097.0400 RE.BLKS 1,2,3,4 GLEN KNOLL PK BLOCK-003 LOTS 11 & 12 Amount Due $29,748.60 Name /Address VENIAMIN VERSTYAK 570 ADAMS ST SE HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.139.0020 MORTENSON’S ADD LOT-002 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $10,125.27 Name /Address RICHARD C & TERESA M THRASHER PO BOX 370 NYA, MN 55368 Parcel and Description of property 20.065.0050 FORCIER’S ADD BLOCK-003 LOT 4 & LOT 5 EX S 28’ Amount Due $6,885.47 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013) Parcel and Description of property 16.068.0080 AP NW NW 32-115-29 INC TADSENS LOT-007 BLOCK 001 Amount Due $9,317.93 Name /Address BRADFORD W SR & LISA M BENSON PO BOX 701 HECTOR, MN 55342 Parcel and Description of property 16.068.0080 AP NW NW 32-115-29 INC TADSENS LOT-007 BLOCK 001 Amount Due $9,317.93 Name /Address BRENT L & ROXANNE K BURGE C/O ROXANNE K HAMM PO BOX 172 STEWART, MN 55385 Parcel and Description of property 20.050.0960 TOWN OF STEWART BLOCK-015 LOT 1 & VAC MAIN ST Amount Due $2,702.53 Name /Address PAUL D KRIPPNER 205 ADAMS ST SE HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.050.1960 SOUTH HALF, HUTCHINSON LOT-010 BLOCK-024 Amount Due $7,850.40 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013) State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/11/2009, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2007. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0070 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-005 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0070 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-005 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0080 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-006 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0080 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-006 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0090 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-007 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0090 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-007 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0100 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-008 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0100 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-008 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0110 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-009 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0110 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-009 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0280 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-026 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,101.90
McLeod County
McLeod County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes 4/30/13 Commissioners Wright, Nies, Terlinden, Shimanski and Christensen were present. Nies/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve the agenda. Terlinden/Christensen motion approved the consent agenda including April 16, 2013 Meeting Minutes and Synopsis; April 12, 2013 Auditor’s Warrants; April 19, 2013 Auditor’s Warrants; Approve Application number JP13-S1 for Kirk Quade. This request is for a 2-Lot Sketch Plan and to be located in that part of the NE 1/4, Section 35 of Acoma Township; Adopt Resolution 13-CB-19 to authorize the submission of the Minnesota Snowmobile Trails Assistance Program Maintenance and Grooming Application for Fiscal Year 2013-2014; Approve Confession of Judgment for Thomas S. and Ruth F. Zanoth on Property ID 05.035.1200 in the Township of Hale; Approve overpayment of overtime in the amount of $1,223.53 gross, $718.85 net to Senior Appraiser Brenda Chmielewski effective 4/30/2013. Appraiser position will be correctly classified as exempt; Approve Simple Dental Business Associate Agreement which ensures that everyone involved in the administration of the plan appropriately safeguards protected health information and serves to clarify and limit, as appropriate, the permissible users and disclosures of protected health and Approve Simple Dental Administrative Agreement which spells out Simple’s services, the scope of our duties as a TPA, and outlines what occurs in the event of termination, etc. Terlinden/Shimanski motion approved payment of bills totaling $70,739.79 from the following funds: General Revenue $41,030.20; Road & Bridge $12,962.98; Solid Waste $15,889.34 and County Ditch Fund $857.27. Nies/Christensen motion carried unanimously to adopt Resolution 13CB-20 Recognition of National Correctional Officer’s Week from May 5th thru May 11th 2013. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to approve moving forward with construction & quotes to remove a concrete wall that separates the old dispatch room from the clerical area and a new lobby window. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to approve annual contract agreement between McLeod County and Safe Assure Consultants (Willmar, MN) for safety training, written procedures, and general services for a cost of $3,605 with funding coming from safety budget. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to approve of an upgrade of the software for VMware environment SHI (Somerset, NJ) quotation # 6533481 (State Contract), for $14,350 plus applicable tax with funding from IT 2013 budget. Terlinden/Nies motion carried unanimously to approve the purchase of 15 additional recycling baskets from Hudson Oddities (Hutchinson, MN) for a total cost of $20,250 with funding coming from the Abatement Fee Fund. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to approve the purchase of a 5-compartment mobile recycling collection trailer from ProTainer (Alexandria, MN) for a total cost of $22,245 including trailer graphics to promote the Solid Waste Department and its programs at a cost not to exceed $3,000 with funding coming from the Abatement Fee Fund. Nies/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve the revised McLeod County Credit Card Policy to allow all department heads to have access to a county credit card to be used within the controls set up in this policy. Nies/Christensen motion passed unanimously to approve an Amendment to Hutchinson Joint Planning Zoning Ordinance, Section 15, Subd’s 1,2, & 4 as listed above. Nies/Terlinden motion carried to approve the proposed Social Host Ordinance. Roll Call Vote: Nies - Yes, Terlinden - Yes, Wright – Yes, Christensen – No, Shimanski - No. Nies/Terlinden motion carried unanimously to approve April 22, 2013 Budget Committee Recommendations as outlined above. Nies/Christensen motion carried unanimously to approve a directive for department heads and outside organizations to request county funding in 2014. (Published in the Silver Lake Leader May 30, 2013)
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/14/2007, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2006. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address WILLIAM J & PEGGY GILGER 8112 STOCKNEY RUN BULL VALLEY, IL 60098 Parcel and Description of property 01.003.0675 SECT-03 TWP-117 RANGE-030 .19 AC OF GOVT LOT 7 Amount Due $1,473.38 Name /Address MEMORY LANE INC 19417 MEMORY CIR HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 08.082.0130 THE WOODLANDS OUTLOT A Amount Due $663.93 Name /Address FIRST MINNESOTA BANK GLENCOE OFFICE 606 11TH ST E GLENCOE, MN 55336 Parcel and Description of property 08.082.0130 THE WOODLANDS OUTLOT A Amount Due $663.93 Name /Address RENEE A ALBRECHT & STEPHEN SAFFERT 132 6TH AVE S BROWNTON, MN 55312 Parcel and Description of property 16.053.0030 BROWN’S 2ND ADD BLOCK-001 LOTS 5 & N 1/2 LOT 8 Amount Due $6,862.59 Name /Address ANISE M SELLE 132 6TH AVE S PO BOX 244 BROWNTON, MN 55312 Parcel and Description of property 16.053.0030 BROWN’S 2ND ADD BLOCK-001 LOTS 5 & N 1/2 LOT 8 Amount Due $6,862.59 Name /Address MAHOGANY BAY PROPERTIES LLC 2642 COMMERCE BLVD MOUND, MN 55364 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.0030 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-001 25.8’ X 27.5’ OF LOT 12 & 33’ & 25.8’ X 60’ OF 1ST AVE N & X 129.08’ OF VAC IRVINGTON AVE Amount Due $3,327.48 Name /Address PRIME SECURITY BANK MOUND OFFICE 5211 SHORELINE DR MOUND, MN 55364
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/08/2006, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2005. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address RYAN & CONNIE HEDTKE 970 BRECKENRIDGE LN MONTROSE, MN 55363 Parcel and Description of property 21.099.0010 MEADOWBROOK ADD LOT -001 Amount Due $412.88 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013)
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/11/2009, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2008. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address CORT F & ANGELA J VIESSELMAN 23304 TWIN POINT AVE HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 16.050.0320 TOWN OF BROWNTON BLOCK-005 LOT 9 EX E 30’ Amount Due $368.62 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013)
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/12/2008, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2007. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address JAMIE M HOGLUND 142 6TH AVE PO BOX 66 BROWNTON, MN 55312 Parcel and Description of property 16.056.0370 TOWN OF LAKE ADDIE BLOCK-005 LOT 8 & N 1/2 LOT 9 Amount Due $5,401.80 Name /Address RAY W & DOVIE V HATFIELD PO BOX 245 BUFFALO LAKE, MN 55314
McLeod County
McLeod County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes 5/7/13 Commissioners Wright, Nies, Terlinden, Shimanski and Christensen were present. Nies/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve the agenda. Terlinden/Shimanski motion approved the consent agenda including April 26, 2013 Auditor’s Warrants. Terlinden/Shimanski motion carried unanimously to approve payment of bills totaling $174,043.08 from the aforementioned funds. Nies/Christensen motion carried unanimously to approve annual 12 month contract with Safe Assure Consultants, Inc. (Willmar, MN) for
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/13/2003, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2002. The following information is
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Continued from 5 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0280 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-026 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,101.90 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0290 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-027 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0290 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-027 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0300 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-028 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0300 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-028 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0310 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-029 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0310 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD LOT-029 BLOCK-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CREATIVE REAL ESTATE DEV CORP 6885 139TH LN NW #100 RAMSEY, MN 55303 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0320 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-030 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELK RIVER 729 MAIN ST ELK RIVER, MN 55330 Parcel and Description of property 21.122.0320 WINSTED ON THE LAKE FIFTH ADD Lot-030 Block-002 Amount Due $2,175.76 Name /Address CURTIS B AMDAHL 1095 JEFFERSON ST SE #108 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.447.0050 STEARNS WOODS BLOCK-002 LOTS 1 & 2 & OUTLOT B Amount Due $39,424.88 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013) NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/10/2010, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2008. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address HAHN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 440 CROYDEN ST STEWART, MN 55385 Parcel and Description of property 20.050.1330 TOWN OF STEWART LOT-003 BLOCK-021 Amount Due $10,666.10 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013)
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Name /Address DALE ROLFZEN 685 6TH ST #26 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.1450 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-012 ALL OF LOT 21 & LOT 22 EX N 11’ Amount Due $18,136.60 Name /Address MAHOGANY BAY PROPERTIES LLC 2642 COMMERCE BLVD MOUND, MN 55364 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.1820 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-016 LOTS 1 TO 4 & 33’ X 29.65’ OF VAC IRVINGTON AVE Amount Due $18,605.59 Name /Address ARTHUR T & ANN D MALLAK 79 MADISON AVE N PO BOX 276 LESTER PRAIRIE, MN 55354 Parcel and Description of property 17.064.0130 A P SEC 2-116-27 LESTER PRAIRIE 80 X 125’ OF LOT 5 Amount Due $8,279.72 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 (Published in The Silver Lake Leader May 30 & June 6, 2013)
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/10/2010, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2007. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.116.0270 WINSTED ON THE LAKE LOT-027 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,613.05 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.116.0280 WINSTED ON THE LAKE LOT-028 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,613.05 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0010 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-001 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0020 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-002 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0030 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-003 BLOCK-001
McLeod County
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION State of Minnesota County of McLeod Cindy Schultz County Auditor-Treasurer TO: ALL PERSONS WITH A LEGAL INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING NOTICE You are hereby notified that the parcels of real property described below and located in McLeod County, Minnesota, were bid in for the state on 05/10/2010, at the tax judgment sale of land for delinquent taxes for year 2009. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, taxpayers, and interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the addresses of the parties at the election of the County Auditor-Treasurer; the legal description and the parcel identification number of each parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem a parcel as of the date listed below. Name /Address JAMES J & DARCY L MEAGHER 710 EAST STATE RD #434 WINTER SPRINGS, FL 32708 Parcel and Description of property 16.050.0790 TOWN OF BROWNTON LOT-006 BLOCK-014 Amount Due $9,494.38 Name /Address ARTHUR T & ANN D MALLAK 79 MADISON AVE N PO BOX 276 LESTER PRAIRIE, MN 55354 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.1190 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-011 S 1/2 OF LOT 5 & N 10’ OF LOT 6 Amount Due $5,671.82 Name /Address DDL & DML LLC 22 JUNIPER ST N PO BOX 247 LESTER PRAIRIE, MN 55354 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.1400 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-012 N 1/2 OF LOT 18 EX N 1’ & EX S 4.75” Amount Due $2,123.12 Name /Address ARTHUR T & ANN D MALLAK 79 MADISON AVE N PO BOX 276 LESTER PRAIRIE, MN 55354 Parcel and Description of property 17.050.1450 LESTER PRAIRIE BLOCK-012 ALL OF LOT 21 & LOT 22 EX N 11’ Amount Due $18,136.60
Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0040 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-004 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0050 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-005 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0060 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-006 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0070 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-007 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 21.123.0080 WINSTED ON THE LAKE SIXTH ADD LOT-008 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,124.10 Name/Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0030 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-003 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0030 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-003 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0040 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-004 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0040 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-004 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0050 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-005 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0050 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-005 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0060 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-006 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0060 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030
ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-006 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0070 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-007 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0070 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-007 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0080 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-008 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0080 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-008 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0090 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-009 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0090 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-009 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0100 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-010 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0100 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-010 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0130 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-013 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0130 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-013 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0140 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-014 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0140 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-014 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95
Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0190 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-019 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0190 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-019 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0200 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-020 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.435.0200 SECT-10 TWP-116 RANGE-030 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS FOURTH ADD LOT-020 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $1,934.95 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0150 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-015 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,113.59 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0150 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-015 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,113.59 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0160 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-016 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,113.59 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0160 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-016 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,113.59 Name /Address SOUTHWEST SALES & LEASING INC PO BOX 66 HUTCHINSON, MN 55350 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0180 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-018 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,720.58 Name /Address FLAGSHIP BANK WINSTED 110 1ST ST N PO BOX 130 WINSTED, MN 55395 Parcel and Description of property 23.454.0180 ISLAND VIEW HEIGHTS 6TH ADD LOT-018 BLOCK-001 Amount Due $2,720.58 The time for redemption of the parcels of real property listed above from the tax judgment sale will expire 60 days after service of this notice and filing of proof thereof in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office, or June 30, 2013, whichever is later. The redemption must be made in the County Auditor-Treasurer’s office. FAILURE TO REDEEM SUCH LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMTPION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE OF SAID LAND TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. The amounts listed above must be paid to redeem if paid on or before June 30, 2013. Please contact the McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to verify the amount due if paid after June 30, 2013. Inquiries about the delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the McLeod County AuditorTreasurer at the address listed below. Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of May, 2013. Cindy Schultz, McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer 2391 Hennepin Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Telephone: 320-864-1210 Published in The Mcleod County Chronicle May 29 & June 5, 2013
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Special- 95% Goodman gas furnace and programmable thermostat $2,200 installed or AC unit $1,900 installed. J&R Plumbing Heating AC, Lester Prairie (320) 510-5035.
Lake Homes
Lawn, Garden
CUSTOM LOG SAWING- Cut at your place or ours. White oak lumber decking and firewood. Give Virgil a call. Schauer Construction, Inc. (320) 864-4453.
Motorcycles
We are in full bloom at THIS OLD HOUSE Garden and Gifts in Arlington! Thousands of perennials, annuals, shrubs and unique garden iron, garden art, handmade gifts and more! There will be access during all phases of construction! Highway 5 SW, Arlington. (507) 964-5990.
75’ Sand on Diamond Lake, Atwater. 2BR, 1BA cabin on large level beautiful south facing lot. Sun all day! All updated. Call Agent Rebecca at (320) 905-4992.
RENTAL Apartment
2006 Honda CBR 600rr, orange with tribal flames, 7,200 miles, $5,500. Call Brian at (320) 510-0819.
LIMO/ PARTY BUS. Weddings, business, sports, birthdays, etc. Check us out www.theurbanexpress.com or call Dina (612) 9402184, Glencoe business. DOT 375227. Plastic repair. Don’t throw it. Let me weld it. Call Mike, Bird Island, anytime (320) 579-0418.
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1,200 Cow dairy farm seeking to fill a night milker position. Work shift is 5 p.m.-5 a.m. Work 5 days a week. Some weakened work required. Call (763) 658-4877 or stop by between 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday- Friday. Woodland Dairy, Waverly, MN. CONKLIN® DEALERS NEEDED! Lifetime career in marketing, management and applying “Green” products made in America. Full time/ part time. For a free catalog, call Franke’s Conklin Service now at (320) 2382370. www.frankemarketing.com. Five bed assisted living in Prinsburg. Hiring part time home care aides for all shifts. We will train. Must pass background study. Apply at: centralmnseniorcare.com or call (320) 978-8075 or Deb at (320) 441-7001. Looking for CDL licensed truck drivers. A or B CDL acceptable. Starting pay $15-$18 depending upon experience. (952) 657-1181 or www.expertasphaltinc.com. Owner/Operator for OTR Hauling with step deck trailer (trailer not required.) Home most weekends. Paid weekly on percentage. Must be 23 years old with clean MVR and 2 years experience. Call Kohout Trucking Inc. (320) 523-1648.
Miscellaneous
Minnesota Twins season tickets for 2013 season. Section 121 seats. Package includes 2 seats. 5, 10 or 15 game packages available. Contact Rick at (952) 224-6331 for more information. Wanted: Looking for large grove to cut down. Will cut down for free. Please call (320) 212-3217. 2BR Apartment with garage, water/sewer/garbage included. $450/mo. New Auburn (320) 3272928.
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WANTED TO BUY: Old signs all types, farm primitive painted furniture all types, cupboards, cubby units, locker and pool wire baskets, wood & metal pieces with lots of drawers, old pre-1960 holiday decorations, industrial/school items such as metal racks, stools, workbenches, lightning rods and balls, weather vanes, architectural items like corbels and stain glass windows. We buy one item and entire estates. Don’t get a dumpster until you call us first! We are local. (612) 590-6136.
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Weather Corner
By Jake Yurek
It might seem like the sun has forgotten about us, but trust me it will be back … eventually. A storm system draped itself over the Midwest the entire Memorial Day weekend and continues to play a role in our weather to end the week. The only difference during the week is that warm air will finally make it into our area and ratchet temperatures into the 70s. A couple impulses will move along a front and produce multiple chances of thunderstorms as we approach and head into the weekend. There is a chance of rain/thunder pretty much every day this week, but there is some disagreement as to where this will happen and how strong they will be. Right now we could be in line for some strong or severe storms any day the sun peeks out and heats things up. Thursday and Friday could be the best chances, but they will not be all-day washouts as far as I can tell. Rain lingers into Saturday, but again it should not be an all-day event. Sunday should clear out enough to see a good amount of sunshine finally, but highs will be kept down a bit by a reinforcing shot of cool air. Early next week we warm up again ahead of a northern storm and front that could affect the area by Tuesday or Wednesday. Have a great week all. Happy June! Ma dobry weekendem Mit dobry vikend Wednesday night — Lows 62-68; rain/thunder. Thursday — Highs 74-80; lows 58-64; partly cloudy/rain or thunder. Friday — Highs 71-77; lows 52-58; partly cloudy/rain or thunder. Saturday — Highs 64-70; lows 46-52; clouds/showers early. Sunday — Highs 65-74; mostly clear. Weather Quiz: What are some of June’s weather extremes? Answer to last week’s question: In a typical year Minnesota sees anywhere from 20 to 27 tornadoes. The most in one year was 113 in 2010. June and July are the most popular months for tornadoes to strike. Remember, I make the forecast not the weather!
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Legion installs new officers
The Silver Lake American Legion Post 141 had its annual installation of new officers at the Monday, May 20, meeting. Pat Nolan, the third district commander, was the installing officer. The officers for the 2013-14 year, from left to right, are: Larry Lhotka, commander; John Otteson, first vice commander; Myron Ruschmeyer, standing in for the currently vacant spot of second vice commander; George Lhotka, adjutant and veterans service officer; Robert Sopkowiak, chaplain; Larry Ardolf, financial officer; and Leon Pesina, sergeant-at-arms.
County Down Memory Lane
Compiled by Margaret Benz
SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO - JUNE 4, 1938 — Work on Silver Lake’s WPA sewer project has been progressing steadily in spite of the heavy rainfalls the past weeks. Silver Lake’s present population is 543 people according to a census recently taken by the Silver Lake High School social science class. A music festival featuring a program of violin, piano and vocal solos, duets and trios, as well as songs, dances, and recitations, will be presented by the pupils of St. Joseph School on Sunday evening, June 5. The Swan Lake dam project was approved by the McLeod County Board of Commissioners. Dorothy Koktan and Carol Barton are 4-H delegates to the State 4-H Club Week to be held at the University Farm, St. Paul, June 6-9. Some of the specials at The Quality Food Store include: peanut butter, 2 lbs. 24¢; 2 lbs, Hills coffee 53¢; 2 large heads of lettuce 15¢; I.G.A. wheat flakes, 2 pkgs. 19¢; 10 lbs. potatoes 29¢. Frank Babcock, 63, who married Mary Greshowiak of Silver Lake, died at his home in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, on Tuesday, May 31. Mrs. Anna Wanous, 89, died Monday evening in Minneapolis. FIFTY YEARS AGO - MAY 30, 1963 — Memorial Day services will be held on Thursday, May 30, at the American Legion Park. John Keefe, McLeod County Attorney, will deliver the Address. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Wraspir and son have purchased the Silver Hi Drive-in and Cafe from Mr. and Mrs. Alois Mickolichek. LaSalle and Hutchinson Dry Cleaners, in cooperation with Silver Lake American Legion Post 141, will dry clean your flag free from June 3 to June 14. Harold Stibal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stibal, has been promoted to Specialist 4. Any person nine years or older interested in taking Red Cross swimming lessons can obtain registration blanks at the home economics room in the Silver Lake Public School. A fee of $1 is charged for the lessons; $2 will be charged for transportation. On Sunday, May 26, at the eight o’clock Mass at St. Joseph Church, 16 eighth-grade boys and girls of St. Joseph School received their diploma. Graduation exercises will be held on Sunday, June 2, at St. Adalbert’s Church at 8 a.m. Mass for the nine eighth-grade graduates. A daughter was born on May 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Navratil. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO - JUNE 2, 1988 — Thursday evening, June 2, in the Silver Lake High School Auditorium, 41 Silver Lake High School seniors will receive their diplomas at commencement exercises. Last Wednesday night, the Silver Lake City Council tabled indefinitely the installation of a water treatment facility and formed a committee to look at the expansion of the fire hall. The expansion of the fire hall is being looked at as additional equipment, a van and possibly a grass fire rig, is under consideration by the fire department. On Wednesday, June 8, at the Lester Prairie School, the Silver Lake School Board will hold a joint school board meeting with the Lester Prairie School Board. The meeting will be held to receive information gathered by the specially formed steering committee who has been meeting to discuss possible pairing of the Silver Lake and Lester Prairie schools Joe Yates, son of Paul and Sue Yates and a student at Silver Lake High School, received an excellent rating at the State-Region Music Contest held recently at Mankato. Dan Hingst, son of Lee and Edna Hingst and a senior at Silver Lake High School, was presented with the Band Director’s Award at the Silver Lake High School Awards Ceremony held on Friday. Richard Carroll, 64, husband of Carol Hager, passed away on Monday, May 2, at his home in Dodgeville, Wis. Memorial services were held on May 6 at the Lulloff-Peterson Funeral Home in Dodgeville. John Schultz, 52, passed away on Monday, May 30, at the Hutchinson Hospital. Funeral services will be held on Thursday morning, June 2, from the St. Joseph Church. Continued from page 1 approved by county officials, that there be a manure management plan, notification to neighbors before emptying lagoons and spreading manure, all required permits will be obtained, and there be plans for clean-up of any spilled manure, etc. Commissioner Sheldon Nies, while commending Wright for doing his “due diligence” on trying to find a solution, voted against a motion to approve a CUP, citing two stipulations that must be proven prior to granting a CUP — that the conditional use will “not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate area” and that it will “not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of surrounding vacant property for uses predominant to the area.” Zoning Administrator Larry Gasow noted that the Busses will still need a variance because the feedlot will be within the required 1,320-foot setback from the nearest residence. The feedlot will be about 840 feet from its closest neighbor. In other business May 21, the County Board: • Approved a conditional use permit for the McLeod County Highway Department’s planned maintenance facility in Hale Township. • Entered into an agreement with United Grain Systems (UGS) regarding the installation for three safety lights at the intersection of its driveway with Highway 15, just northwest of Brownton. Highway Engineer John Brunkhorst said the lights will be installed by UGS and the department of transportation, but UGS will take on the electrical costs and future maintenance costs for the lights. Typically, the county picks up the cost of electricity and maintenance once the lights are installed. • Agreed to buy a new crewcab pickup for the highway department to replace a 2000 regular cab pickup that has 90,000 miles on it.
Vacation Bible School set at St. John’s June 9-13
St. John’s Lutheran Church on McLeod Avenue in Plato is hosting its vacation Bible school program from June 9 to June 13. The theme is “Tell it on the Mountain Where Jesus Christ is Lord” and will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. each evening. Ages pre-kindergarten through sixth grade are welcome. For more information and to register, call Kari Graupmann at 320-238-2414. Registrations will also be taken the first evening, June 9, from 5:45 p.m. to 6 p.m.
People News
Pieper among graduates
Laura Pieper of Glencoe was among the list of graduates at Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical in Winona. Pieper earned a diploma in medical coding and a certificate in medical secretary transcription.
Daughter born to Duffy family
Faye and Mike Duffy of Dassel are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Faye, on May 13, 2013. Ava weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19 inches. She is welcomed home by siblings Jewelie Hussman and Colten Duffy. Grandparents are Jack and Loni Hussman of Dassel and Darlene Duffy of Hutchinson.
Hutch family welcomes girl
Silver Lake Leader photo by Alyssa Schauer
Coloring contest winners
The Silver Lake American Legion hosted a coloring contest for third- and fourth-grade students in May. In the front, are the third-grade winners. From left to right are Jasmine Chavarria, first place; Alberto Otero, third place; and Tyler Roehrich, second place. In the back, from left to right, are Genesis Vega, third place; Jacob Stifter, second place; and Olivia Dammann, first place. Dammann also received third place out of all the McLeod County fourth-grade students.
Jocelynn and Matthew Buckentin of Hutchinson are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Evelyn Marle, who was born on May 15, 2013. Evelyn weighed 8 pounds and was 19-1/2 inches. She is welcomed home by big brother, Jackson. Grandparents are Alan and Karen Buckentin of Brownton and Scott and Jody Ellertson of Albert Lea.
Girl born to Aldrich family
Nick and Britta Aldrich are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Esmae Therese, on May 16, 2013. Esmae weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20-1/2 inches. She is welcomed home by siblings Teagan, Jace and Solveij. Grandparents are David and Gayle Harvey of Grand Marais and Ralph and Sue Aldrich of Toledo, Ohio.
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