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Vol. 112 No. 20 • Thursday, May 9, 2013 • Silver Lake, MN 55381
County Board votes 3-2 to support Second Amendment resolution
By Lori Copler Staff Writer The McLeod County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 in front of a full house Tuesday morning to support a resolution that “will prevent federal infringement on the right to keep and bear arms; nullifying all federal acts in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.” Commissioner Jon Christensen brought the resolution to the County Board, saying that “nullification” is an act of pushing back when “the federal government expands law beyond the boundaries of the constitution.” While all five commissioners indicated their support of the Second Amendment, the split vote was based on their interpretation of whether the County Board should wade into a federal and state issue. County Attorney Mike Junge told the Board that its authority was created by state statute, and that it was tasked with administering county government, which should be its focus. “There is nothing in the statutes that gives you the authority to be entering into this fight, and it’s one you should stay out of,” said Junge, who argued that support of the County Board of the resolution could open the door to its participation in other issues, such as abortion, gay marriage and the gold standard. But Duncan Cameron, a resident of Rich Valley Township, argued that government starts from the bottom and goes up. “It’s local to county to state to federal,” said Cameron, noting that there were individual states before there was a union of states. “We, the individuals, have the jurisdiction of federal government.” And Commissioner Ron Shimanski said that part of each commissioner’s oath office was a pledge to uphold the Constitution. “We made a pledge to the Constitution, not to the laws, rules and statutes that came after it,” said Shimanski. Commissioners Kermit Terlinden and Paul Wright, who both avowed that they are avid sportsmen and Second Amendment supporters, indicated that they did not feel that the County Board was the place to take on the issue. Terlinden said that any change to the Second Amendment would have to come at the federal level, and would require stringent votes for change. “It truly does take an act of Congress,” said Terlinden, who pointed out that it takes a two-thirds vote in each chamber and a three-fourths vote of states to change an amendment. “I don’t think it’s up to the five people sitting here to make this decision,” said Terlinden, who added that if there was a push to change the amendment, “I would be the first in line” in the fight against it. Rosalind Kohls of Glencoe said that the resolution is not asking to change the Second Amendment, “but to uphold it. I would think you should be able to do that.” “I do not feel the County Board needs to go there,” said Wright of his stance on the issue. “We don’t have the authority by statute.” But Wright also said that he is a member of the National Rifle Association and a strong
SIlver Lake Leader photo by Alyssa Schauer
Rhonda Kaczmarek and daughter, Chris Brecht, purchased and reloacted Joan Paulson’s costume shop, “Grandma’s Closet,” to the old Slanga hardware building
in Silver Lake. Costumes can be rented for all sorts of occasions, including themed parties, school plays, local theater groups, and other fashionable events.
Grandma’s Closet changes hands, location, but not its costumes, props
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer ilver Lake has become a little more fashionable with the recent relocation and change in ownership of the wellknown costume shop, Grandma’s Closet. The shop, which was started 10 years ago by Joan Paulson, changed hands this spring when Darrell and Rhonda Kaczmarek and their daughter and son-in-law, Chris and Jared Brecht, joined forces and purchased the business.
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They relocated the business to the old Slanga Hardware/Ziemer building, located on Lake Avenue and Main Street, behind the current Silver Lake Leader office. “I always thought it’d be fun to own a costume shop, and when we saw Joan advertising the business in the paper, Darrell said, ‘Well, want to go for it?’” Rhonda Kaczmarek said. “I was kind of thinking along the same lines when I saw it advertised, and talked with Jared about it,” Chris
Brecht said. “We didn’t know Mom and Dad were looking at it until it was brought up at the business association meeting,” Brecht said. “That’s when we decided to talk about owning it together. It’s actually pretty nice to have both of us running it, so that there’s more availability for appointments,” Kaczmarek said. Rhonda Kaczmarek works full time at Sumter Mutual Insurance Company in Silver Lake and Chris Brecht is employed full time as an insur-
ance agent at Citizens Insurance Agency in Hutchinson, so the business is open by appointment only. “Since I work in Silver Lake a block from the costume shop, my schedule is flexible to meet people, and in October, when it is closer to Halloween and busier, we’ll try to be open nights and weekends,” Rhonda Kaczmarek said. The costume shop has more than enough costumes,
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Officials: follow Grove Avenue detour, or get cited
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer Construction on County State Aid Highway 2 (CSAH 2)/Grove Avenue began last Monday, April 29, and drivers are reminded to use the posted detours to travel in and out of Silver Lake. The detour from Silver Lake to Glencoe directs traffic along Highway 7 to Highway 15, then along County Road 22 to County Road 2. Grove Avenue/CSAH 2 is open only to school buses. All faculty and staff of Lakeside Elementary are to use the detour. The one-way street in front of Lakeside Elementary is currently remaining a oneway street. Police Chief Forrest Henriksen has already issued over 30 citations for drivers misusing the one-way street. “We will continue to issue citations for people traveling the wrong way on the oneway street. Citations will also be issued for those driving around the barricades and driving on closed roads during construction,” Henriksen said. He added that a plan to make the one-way street temporarily a two-way street is in discussion, but the oneway will be enforced until that decision is made. Drivers are urged to follow the detour signs when traveling south of Silver Lake or driving northbound into Silver Lake. Signs are posted on Highway 7, Highway 15, and at the intersection of CSAH 2 and 22. Construction is expected to last through the summer, and a final end date is set for Sept. 13.
County attorney report: recession impacts crime statistics
By Lori Copler Staff Writer The economy continues to impact the number of felony convictions both statewide and in McLeod County, the County Board of Commissioners learned at its April 30 meeting. McLeod County Attorney Mike Junge gave his annual report, noting that the number of felony convictions in the county in 2011, the latest year available, was 94, as compared to a peak of 141 felony convictions in 2007. It was 2008, Junge said, when the current economic recession started, which resulted in the dip of felony charges and convictions. “Crimes involving drugs, alcohol, sex and gambling make up 90 to 95 percent of the criminal acts” prosecuted by his office, said Junge. One would assume that crime would increase during hard economic times, but the opposite is true. “At least three of those — drugs, alcohol and gambling — take money,” said Junge. “And when people don’t have the money to spend, the crimes go down.” But overall, the number of felony crimes prosecuted by his office has risen dramatically since he was first elected in 1982, Junge said. In 1982, the McLeod County Attorney’s Office prosecuted 30 felonies. Part of the reason is what Junge referred to as criminal inflation — crimes that were misdemeanors in 1982, such as driving under the influence, can now be gross misdemeanors or even felonies, depending on the applicable laws. In 2012, drug offenses led the county’s felony and gross misdemeanor adult criminal charges with a total of 53. Next highest was assault charges with 41, which Junge indicated was another indicator of the economy — more crimes occur in the home because people don’t get out as much. There were 30 theft charges and 27 driving while impaired offenses. Of all criminal charges filed, including felonies, gross misdemeanors and petty misdemeanors, there were 176 males charged and 68 females. Junge said there always has been a wide gap in gender when it comes to criminal charges, because males seem to mature later. “Part of my job is to see that males get through to their 27th or 28th birthdays, because after that age they don’t repeat,” said Junge. Along with prosecuting criminal cases, the attorney’s office also handles legal issues for Social Services, such as parental rights, guardianship and conservatorship, child protection and issues involving the mentally ill; appeals of criminal convictions; real estate tax appeals; highway department easements, right-of-way and other legal issues; and any civil lawsuits filed against the county. In other business April 30, the County Board: • Bought another mobile recycling collection trailer for the Solid Waste Department at a cost of $22,245, which could be stationed in various communities during town celebrations as a place to deposit recyclables. The Board agreed to spend another $3,000 on graphics for the trailer. Both will be paid for through the abatement fee fund. • Bought 15 additional recycling baskets for a total cost of $20,250 to accommodate the increase in material being brought to the Solid Waste Facility. That cost also will be paid for through the abatement fee fund.
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Upcoming Events
Salad luncheon set March 11
The Faith Presbyterian Church ladies will host a salad luncheon this Saturday, May 11, starting at 11:30 a.m. The menu will include assorted salads, breads, desserts, and beverages. All are welcome, men included, to enjoy the luncheon, which also includes a short program. Call 320327-2311 for advance tickets. Tickets may also be purchased at the door.
Lions highway cleanup Sat.
The Silver Lake Lions are meeting to pick up Highway 7 on Saturday, May 11. Meet at the Silver Lake Auditorium at 9 a.m.
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Lakeside State Science Fair participants
Several students from Lakeside Elementary participated in the science fair and earned trips to the State Science Fair Competition in Mankato in April. In the front, from left to right, are John Ingeman, Haley Kirchoff, Katherina Cohrs, Leah Bettcher, Hayley Bolland, Sacha Willhite, Kristine Majors, Brianna Wraspir and Jacob Reichow. In the back, from left to right, are Adam Garoutte, Nathan Litzau, Josh Kuehn, Jacob Schuetz, Brett Baumgarten, Jaelyn Pinske, Kasidy Cacka, Amelia Hesselgrave, Megan Fehrenbach and Katita Lopez.
Bohemian Cemetery meeting
The annual meeting for the Bohemian National Cemetery is set for Saturday, May 11, at 10:30 a.m., at the Komensky School on Major Avenue. The cemetery is located along State Highway 7 in Rich Valley Township. Business pertinent to cemetery grounds, stones and landscape will be addressed, and officers will be elected. All family members of lot owners and anyone interested should attend. Refreshments will be provided by the Western Fraternal Lodge 34. For questions, call 320-587-8728.
Hutch Auxiliary set to meet
The regular monthly meeting of Hutchinson American Legion Auxiliary Unit 96 will be held Monday, May 13, at 7 p.m., at the Hutchinson Legion Post 96. The executive board meeting will be at 6:15 p.m. The election of unit officers for 2013-14 will be held, and the unit will be having a memorial service to remember its deceased members this past year.
Degree of Honor meeting set
The Degree of Honor No. 182 will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, May 14, at 5 p.m., at the Silver Lake Auditorium.
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Silver Lake seniors to meet
The Silver Lake Senior Citizens Club will meet on Monday, May 13, at the Silver Lake Auditorium for a catered meal. The regular meeting will begin at 1 p.m. with dinner served at 4 p.m.
April Panther Pride winners
Helen Baker Elementary School announced its April Panther pride certificate winners. They include, front row, left to right, Madisyn Fisher, Aziel Salazar, Isaias Vega, Claudia Estrada, Luke Schmieg, Luke Roepke, Conner Morris, Marley Senske, Ana Clouse, Mason Breitkreutz, Damien Krohn and Anahi Rivera, In the middle row are Dylan Mathews, Tanner Rosenlund, Abril Rodriguez, Jordy Diaz-Escamilla, Tommy Dressen, Katrina Robeck, Dallas MailerKelly, Claire Verdeck, Daniel Hernandez, Brenden MiguelHolzheu and Rita Tkachenko. In the back row are Makenzie Elgren, Genesis Saldana, Michael Headlee, Jakob Lopez, Nic Anguiano, Hannah Hanson, Hunter Gens, Crystal Richards, Cole Tostenson, Wyatt Baumgarten and Sabas Rangel.
SLBA meets at Molly’s Cafe
The Silver Lake Business Association will hold their monthly meeting to prepare for the upcoming Dairy Day celebration on Tuesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. at Molly’s Cafe in Silver Lake. Anyone interested in helping is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.
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and for all occasions. Kaczmarek and Brecht said Joan Paulson had outfitted school plays, local theater groups, themed parties and, of course, Halloween. “We plan on doing the same. Just last month, we put together Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton costumes for a couple going to a themed party. And last week, we found a bright orange ‘Dumb and Dumber’ suit for someone participating in the Hutchinson Hockey Association auction bidding,” Kaczmarek said. Brecht said they also provided costumes for an after prom “Western” photo shoot at Lester Prairie High School. “We have everything. Prom dresses,’60s, ’70s, and ’80s clothes. Military uniforms, old band uniforms, disco costumes and tuxes,” Kaczmarek said. “We have 1920s flapper stuff, too, and, of course, kids’ costumes. Lots and lots of kids’ costumes,” Brecht said. The pair also said they have more than clothes. “Joan did a good job of purchasing and collecting accessories. We have tons of accessories that really complete the costumes. Shoes, wigs, hats, jewelry, you name it,” Kaczmarek said. Kaczmarek and Brecht, with the help of their husbands, and other family members, spent three Saturdays moving the costume shop from Paulson’s home to the old Slanga Hardware/ Ziemer building in town. “Joan had a 30-foot by 40foot pole shed filled with costumes, so we had to rent a storage shed just to help get everything organized as we moved. “It was fun moving, because every time we looked through a bag, it seemed we’d find a fun costume surprise,” Kaczmarek said. “I’m really looking forward to meeting people and helping put together costumes. “I’ve been using Google a lot just to look up costumes — to get all the details right, like those Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton costumes. We really want the costumes to be authentic,” Brecht said. Kaczmarek and Brecht said they plan on hosting a grand opening event sometime in October. To rent costumes, call Rhonda Kaczmarek at 320327-0144 or Chris Brecht at 320-510-1567.
Community 500 at CCE set
Everyone is welcome to come and play 500 in the dining room at Cedar Crest Estate in Silver Lake on Wednesday, May 15 at 1:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Food shelf annual meeting
The annual meetnig of the McLeod Emergency Food Shelf will be held on Thursday, May 16, at 9:30 a.m., in the meeting room of the Church of St. Pius X, located at 1014 Knight Ave. in Glencoe. The report of business of the McLeod Emergency Food Shelf for 2012 will be given. There will be an election for four positions on the Board of Directors and volunteer reorganization taking place. The meeting is open to the public.
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The Glencoe-Silver Lake Lincoln Junior High bands and choirs will present their first concert of the year on Thursday, May 16, at 8 p.m., in the GSL High School Auditorium. This concert will feature over 100 instrumentalists and vocalists from GSL’s Lincoln Junior High School. This is a free concert. Be sure to arrive early to view the seventh- and eighth-grade art show in the high school cafeteria.
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Grandmas: like bonus mothers
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and not only do I have one wonderful mother to celebrate, but two grandmas who have been very much like mothers to me in the last three years of living in Silver Lake. Both are exceptionally kind and giving, and I am so thankful to have them in my life. Grandma Genny is often buzzing around town, volunteering for activities at Cedar Crest, helping out friends in need, or taking great-grandpa and great-grandma to appointments. And she never fails to stop into the Leader office for a quick hug or to drop off warm kolaches. She’s always there to make sure I take care of my noisy Jeep, or to drive me into the cities for clinic visits, or to schedule a Bloody Mary for Saturday morning. And she’s the one who got me into “Um pa pa” music when she invited me for a night out at the Legion to hear Jimmy and Jerry play, not to mention, she’s the one who taught me to two-step and even waltz. So, of course, it was no surprise when she asked me to the Faith Presbyterian polka service last Sunday. Needless to say, there wasn’t any room in the pew to two-step, but we managed to groove to the good ol’ polka tunes, courtesy of Jim’s Brewers. I’ve never seen a pew shake so much during church — not even from an extreme episode of the “church giggles.” My Grandma Alice is also a
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Down Memory Lane The Travel Section
By Alyssa Schauer
75 YEARS AGO - MAY 14, 1938 — The Congregational Church will hold a Temperance Sunday Service on Sunday, May 15, with messages in both English and Czech. May 15-19 is National Air Mail Week. The Silver Lake Post Office will have a special air mail stamp with a picture of the Village Hall and greetings from Silver Lake. On Wednesday morning, May 19, air mail letters will be postmarked at Silver Lake and taken by the postmaster to Hutchinson where they will be dispatched by plane. Poppy Day, sponsored by the Silver Lake American Legion Auxiliary, will be held on Saturday, May 21. Irene Svanda, District 62, and Harold Hlavka, District 51, will represent Hale and Rich Valley Townships respectively, at the County Declamatory Contest at Glencoe on Saturday, May 14. Silver Lake’s annual Mothers and Daughters Banquet will be held on Thursday, May 19, at the Congregational Church basement. Tickets are 50¢. A.L. Danek Hardware Store has a General Electric fully automatic, chrome-plated, 1,000 watt element iron for $7.95, which includes a free ironing board, a mounted grindstone on an angle-iron, well-braced frame for $5.95. E.J. Totushek has Big Brother overalls for 89¢, work shirts 59¢, Swiss ribbed athletic shirts and sanforized broadcloth shorts for 25¢. Slavik’s Tavern is now handling Kemps ice cream in all the popular flavors, both factory pack and home pack. The Log Cabin Cafe has a complete line of tackle. Vernon Lawrence, 26-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lawrence, died Sunday, May 1, at Montevideo from injuries sustained in an accident when the team he was driving ran away. Funeral services were held on May 5 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Foley. 50 YEARS AGO - MAY 9, 1963 —Henry Hlavka’s crew is busy removing five big trees between St. Adalbert’s Church and the rectory. Two of the stumps of the maple trees measured 46 inches across. The Silver Lake High School Band competed at the State Music Contest on Saturday, May 4, at Mankato. Lanny Kolpek received an “A” with a high score of 92 for his baritone horn solo. The band received an “A” rating. The students in the home economics class at Silver Lake High School will hold a Style Show on Tuesday, May 14, of the garments they made. Pvt. E-1 Roger Shaur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaur, is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Knoll and family moved into the David Gray residence in the northeast part of town which they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hlavka were honored guests in observance of their 49th wedding anniversary at a dinner and supper on Sunday, May 5, at the home of Mrs. Emily Bren. Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wawrzyniak were surprised with a housewarming party and also observed their 40th wedding anniversary. Martin Mallak, 76, passed away at his home on Thursday. Funeral services were held on Saturday, May 4, at the Church of St. Adalbert. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Artmann on April 26. 25 YEARS AGO - MAY 12, 1988 — A MidMinnesota Area Agency on Aging grant was approved for the Silver Lake Auditorium for the installation of a handicap ramp and handicap bathrooms. The grant of $4,901 will be matched by the city of Silver Lake. Bids will be awarded at the June 6 City Council meeting. Current plans call for all the work to be completed by mid July. Three candidates have filed for the two positions on the Silver Lake Public School Board of Education. Clemens Artmann, Stan Horstmann and LeRoy Pokornowski have filed for the two positions. Gerald Kucera and Pat Yurek, current board members whose terms expire, have not filed for re-election. The election will be held on Tuesday, May 17, in the Silver Lake High School gymnasium. The Silver Lake High School Music Department will have two entries in the State-Regional Contest at Mankato on Saturday, May 14. Advancing to the state contest after receiving “excellent” ratings at the District 16A Music Contest held on April 16 are: Joe Yates, Mark Ostlie, Joel Wosmek, Dan Hingst, Cindy Nowak, Keri Wanous, Lori Brooks, Stacy Wraspir and Jody Wraspir. The Silver Lake Public School Elementary Band and Choir will present a program on Thursday, May 12, in the high school gym. The Silver Lake citywide garage sales will be held on Saturday, May 14. Two grass fires this past week brought the Silver Lake Fire Department into action. On Wednesday, a field near the Wilfred Posusta farm being burned got out of control, and Friday afternoon, a grass fire got out of control at the Ray Vlcek farm site northwest of Silver Lake. The Otto Zeik estate auction will be held on Saturday, May 14, at 201 Tower St. Darlene Mielke is a pitcher on the University of Minnesota, Morris, women’s softball team. Lynette Wraspir graduated from Southeastern Academy in Kissimmee, Fla. Sylvester and Rosemary Mallak, while attending their son Mark’s ordaination as a deacon of the North American College in Rome, had the privilege of meeting Pope John Paul II and shaking his hand. Lawrence Larson, 59, passed away on Tuesday, April 26, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 30, from Peace Lutheran Church, Hutchinson. music lover, and she and I turned dish duty into a karaoke session of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash songs last Saturday. Occasionally, I spend a couple days at my Grandma Alice’s farm to enjoy the quiet country life, indulge in her chewy, homemade molasses cookies, and to spend time with my brother, Nick, while he’s there. Grandma Alice is also willing to help me out wherever, whether it be researching migraine home remedies in her “doctor book,” lending me her Buick when I have vehicle trouble (haha), or concocting an olive oil/egg treatment for when I yearn for shiny hair. After supper on Saturday, she and I cleaned up the table and started on dishes when we got to talking about country western music. I told her Dad had introduced me to the classics when he’d sing “There’s a Tear in My Beer” while getting ready for work, or when I’d hear “Jambalaya, crawfish pie, on the bayou” from the garage. Naturally, she and I started in chorus with “Hey, Good Lookin’” and then continued right into Johnny Cash with “Folsom Prison Blues.” I’ve never really danced before while doing the dishes, so that was a first when grandma and I shuffled along to our own melodies. We had more room than in a pew at church, that’s for sure. And then she told me she loved “Achy Breaky Heart” by Billy Ray Cyrus, and immediately, I was brought back to the fourth-grade when my friend Elizabeth and I taped Billy Ray’s music video and learned the entire line dancing routine. Grandma suggested we take up a line dancing class, and so now I have to go get me a pair of cowboy boots and start kickin’. So yes, I am having quite the time coming back to my “roots” in Silver Lake, and I am so thankful I still have a few grandparents alive who are always teaching me the tricks of the trade — whether it’s that having a Bloody Mary with good friends is the ultimate way to end a work week or that a can of beer is the best treatment for dry hair. Here’s to all the mothers this special day — grandmothers, aunts, sisters. Happy Mother’s Day! May you all enjoy your special day! Maybe you want to have a spa day, and treat yourselves to a nice yolk/olive oil hair mask or a few dances at the local bar. You won’t regret it.
Compiled by Margaret Benz
Letters to the Editor Plato tops in per capita donations, again
To the Editor: The totals of the March Challenge Drive among the towns in the county are now in and recorded by each town. The winner again this year is Plato with a total of 16.06 pounds of food per person. Silver Lake was second with 8.06 pounds per person and Lester Prairie with total of 5.33 pounds per person. Cash was figured as one pound of food per dollar, and the amount of food per person was according to the 2010 Census. The total for some of the towns could have been higher, but the donations were not brought in until after the absolute deadline. Although the grand total was less than last year, it still amounted to 99,865 pounds of food. This will supply food for 78,819 meals; in 2012, we supplied food for 354,426 meals! Everyone deserves a big thank you for all that you donated to make this drive a big success. Without everyone’s help, the food shelf would not be able to help all the many needy families of McLeod County that we do. The success of the March drive shows what a wonderful county we live in. Everyone’s help to feed the individuals in need is greatly appreciated. The tears and hugs of appreciation tell the whole story. It may have been one of your own family members that you helped and (you) never knew they needed help. Again, a big thank you to everyone. Marietta Neumann Executive Director McLeod Emergency Food Shelf
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supporter of the Second Amendment and, like Terlinden, would take a strong individual stance against greater gun control. But Cameron argued that a stance needs to start now, at the local level. “If you don’t make a stand here, where do you make a stand?” asked Cameron. “At your front door with no help?” Christensen said that he could see “nothing illegal” about the County Board supporting the resolution. “This is where it starts,” said Christensen. “You, the people, are the government.” Commissioner Sheldon Nies said he would support the resolution as a grassroots effort to curb federal government. “Every major thing that has happened in the United States has started at the grassroots,” said Nies. “The bottom line is, I strongly support grassroots efforts, and this is one of them.” After great discussion and hearing comments from many others in attendance, the County Board voted 3-2 to support the resolution. Christensen, Shimanski and Nies all voted in favor, while Terlinden and Wright cast the dissenting votes.
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Our sincere gratitude goes out to all our family, aunts and uncles, cousins and friends. Your comforting words for the loss of our Mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Luella Kaczmarek, has helped us through this difficult time. Thank you to Fr. Patrick for presiding over the funeral Mass at Holy Family Catholic Church with concelebrants Fr. Tony, Fr. Paul and Luella’s nephew Fr. Mark. A special thank you to Luella’s granddaughters: Jill, Julie, Stacy, Brittany, and Kelli, as well as her great-grandchildren Jordan and Taylor, for participating in the Mass. Thank you to the pallbearers: grandsons Brian and Tony Mikolichek, Chad, Jason, and Ryan Kaczmarek, and Tyler Smith. We would also like to thank Barb and the choir for their beautiful hymns. Thank you to the CCW and Rosary Society for reciting the rosary, Fr. Tony for his prayers, and to Colleen and the girls for providing lunch for the wake. Thank you to the CCW for serving the meal after Luella’s funeral, Molly’s Cafe for the hot dishes, and to everyone who also contributed a delicious dish. We also extend our thanks to Maresh Funeral Home for their kind and gracious help in our time of grief. Thank you to the Silver Lake Ambulance for their quick response, Hutchinson Area Health Ambulance, and the emergency doctors and nurses.We also thank Dr. Mottle, the Hutchinson Area Health nurses, ACC Midwest transport service, and the staff and nurses at Cedar Crest who all helped care for Luella and showed our family compassion. If we have missed anyone, we want to give our heartfelt thank you. Your kindness and support is truly appreciated.
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Church News
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor 320-327-2265 http://silverlakechurch.org Sat., May 11 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m. Sun., May 12 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 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., May 15 — Confirmation class, 6 p.m.; prayer time and puppet practice, 7 p.m. Sat., May 18 —Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m.; women’s Bible study, 9 a.m.; wedding, 3 p.m. Sun., May 19 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; pre-service prayer time, 9:15 a.m.; worship service with Gideons offering, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school for all ages, 10:35 a.m.; open shooting for Centershot Archery graduates, 11:45 a.m.; Grace Bible Church Outdoor Club, planning a Boundary Waters trip, 2 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 and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., May 11 — Spring salad luncheon, 11:30 a.m. Sun., May 12 — Handbell practice, 8:45 a.m.; worship service with fellowship to follow, 10 a.m.; deacons meeting after church. Mon., May 13 — Session meeting, 6:30 p.m. Wed., May 15 — WOW party, 5:30 p.m.; choir practice, 7 p.m. Sun., May 19 — Worship service with fellowship to follow, 10 a.m. CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY 700 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., May 9 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; worship meeting, 5 p.m. Fri., May 10 — Mass, 8 a.m.; wedding rehearsal, 6 p.m. Sat., May 11 — Nowak/Knuth wedding, 2 p.m.; reconciliation, 5:30 p.m.; Mass, 6:30 p.m.; CCW Mother’s Day flower sales. Sun., May 12 — Mass, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.; CCW Mother’s Day flower sales after morning Mass. Mon., May 13 — No Mass. Tues., May 14 — Mass, 8 a.m.; eucharistic adoration, 8:30 a.m.; E&C meeting, 7 p.m. Wed., May 15 — Mass, 5 p.m. Thurs., May 16 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; staff meeting, 1 p.m. Fri., May 17 — Mass, 8 a.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 770 School Rd., Hutchinson Kenneth Rand, Branch President 320-587-5665 Sun., May 12 — 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., May 12 — Worship, 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Wed., May 15 — 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., May 12 — Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:15 a.m. ST. PIUS X CHURCH 1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., May 9 — Food shelf board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Mass at GRHS-LTC, 10:30 a.m.; worship committee meeting, 7 p.m. Fri., May 10 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; school Mass, 8:20 a.m.; no Spanish Mass. Sat., May 11 — Spanish first communion reconcilation, 8 a.m.; Spanish first communion rehearsal, 9 a.m.; mothers group rosary, 9 a.m.; mothers day meeting, 9:30 a.m.; CCW pro-life Mother’s Day flower sale; reconciliation, 4 p.m.; Mass, 5 p.m. Sun., May 12 — CCW pro-life Mother’s Day flower sale; Mass, 9:30 a.m.; Spanish first communion Mass, 11:30 a.m.; Mass at Holy Family, Silver Lake, 8 p.m. Mon., May 13 — No Mass; scheduling of liturgical ministers begins; Schoeneestatt girls’ group meeting, 3 p.m. Tues., May 14 — Morning prayer, 7 a.m.; Mass, 7:20 a.m.; St. Pius X staff meeting, 10 a.m.; junior choir practice, 2:50 p.m.; PAC meeting, 8 p.m. Wed., May 15 — Evening prayer, 5:40 p.m.; Mass, 6 p.m. BETHEL LUTHERAN 77 Lincoln Ave., Lester Prairie Bethany Nelson, pastor 320-395-2125 Thurs., May 9 — Ascension Day Sun., May 12 — Mother’s Day and baccalaureate Sunday; youthled worship with Holy Communion, 9 a.m.; reception for gradutaes, 10 a.m.; coffee and fellowship. Mon., May 13 — Office hours, 2 p.m. Wed., May 15 — Office hours, 2 p.m.; choir, 7 p.m.
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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 9, 2013 — Page 5
Offense heats up behind a stingy defense
By Josh Randt Sports Editor The Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team has now won five straight games after losing 16-0 against Holy Family more than a week ago. The bats woke up and so has the Panther defense, allowing three or fewer runs in all five games while scoring 33 in the same span. The Panthers are 5-1 overall, and 3-0 in the West division of the Wright County Conference. against 28 batters while striking out 12, walking two, giving up six hits and only one earned run.
DC. ...........................000 001 0 — 1 GSL..........................203 101 x — 7 Winning Pitcher - Ethan Maass GSL
GSL 8, DC 3
Petersen and Maass got things rolling on offense again in the first for GSL with Petersen reaching on a shortstop error, and Maass by way of a single to left. Another DC error put Lepel on first with the bases loaded and no outs. A Dunbar sacrifice fly scored Petersen on the next pitch, and Maass crossed the plate one batter later when Brandon Ebert hit a line-drive single to right field to put GSL up 2-0 in the first. A big fourth inning at the plate by Derek Bratsch all but sealed the deal for the Panthers. Bratsch hit a double to leftcenter to lead off the inning and scored two batters later on a passed ball. GSL made it all the way through the batting order in the fourth. During his second at-bat of the inning, Bratsch hit a single that mirrored his previous double, and drove in Dunbar and Ebert for an 8-0 lead. The Panthers won 8-3.
GSL..........................200 600 0 — 8 DC. ...........................000 010 2 — 3 Winning Pitcher - Derek Bratsch GSL
May
02.....Dassel-Cokato . ..........W,7-1 .............................................W,8-3 07.....New London-Spicer ...W,6-0 .............................................W,5-1 09.....at Litchfield - double header.....................................4:30 10.....Waconia. .......................4:30 13.....at Orono ........................4:30 14.....at Delano.......................4:30 15.....Lester Prairie ................4:30 16.....at Annandale .................4:30 17.....at Mayer Lutheran ........4:30 21.....Watertown-Mayer .........4:30 ***
GSL 4, Belle Plaine 1
Down one run in the first inning with two outs, Ethan Maass took a suicide lead from third base and looked at Belle Plaine’s Gavin Dauwalter as if to say, “Come get me. I dare you.” While Dauwalter didn’t seem to be in a daring mood, Maass was. He stole home on the second pitch to Reed Dunbar, tying the game at 1-1. The Panthers fed off the senior’s gutsy move, and won the game 4-1 on April 30. Junior Josh Schmidt was having his way on the mound for GSL, despite a first-inning passed ball, which resulted in Cameron Klehr scoring the Tigers’ lone run. GSL went up 2-1 in the second, and 4-1 in the third after Dunbar batted in Maass and Colton Lueders with a single to shallow center. In 5-1/3 innings pitched,
SOFTBALL
April
26.....Holy Family ...............W,1-0 29.....at Annandale .............L,13-7
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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..5:00 09.....Litchfield - double header.....................................4:00 10.....at Waconia ....................4:30 13.....at NYA ..........................5:00 14.....Delano...........................4:30 15.....New London-Spicer......3:30 16.....Orono ............................4:30 ***
Josh Schmidt delivers the pitch to catcher Reed Dunbar during GSL’s game with Belle Plaine on Tuesday, April Schmidt faced 20 batters, walked three, and struck out as many while only giving up three hits and one run. Levi Vorlicek wasted no time getting to work when he entered in the sixth with two men on, throwing six straight strikes to quell the Tiger threat. He retired
30. The Panthers won the game 4-1 behind the arms of Schmidt and Levi Vorlicek. header with Dassel-Cokato, GSL jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning. It was 6-0 before the Chargers scored their lone run in the top of the sixth. DC had a hard time with Maass hurling strikes on the mound. Maass pitched seven innings
Belle Plaine in the seventh one, two, three and earned the save and Schmidt the win.
Belle Plaine..............100 000 0 — 1 GSL..........................112 000 x — 4 Winning Pitcher - Josh Schmidt GSL
GSL 7, DC 1
In the first game of a double-
BOYS’ GOLF
April
25.....New Ulm.............................. 29.....at Mound-Westonka............. 30.....at Annandale ........................
Flying high on the track and in the field
By Josh Randt Sports Editor With the track out of commission at Steven’s Seminary Stadium, the nearest available venue for a home meet was in Belle Plaine. The boys earned a second place finish with 138.5 points, 51 points behind Willmar. The girls finished with 73.5 points and a fifth-place finish. Willmar won both the boys and girls events. Senior Ryan Kuester made his return in the 100-meter dash after being sidelined with an injury. Kuester won the event, edging out Willmar’s Chris Cunningham by five hundreths of a second with a 10.81. Greg Ober scored another 10 points for the boys with a 51.75 first place finish in the 400-meter dash. Brandon Richter scored points in the distance events, finishing third in the 800meter run (2:11.65) and 1600meter run (4:49.63), while Dalton Clouse shored things up in the hurdles. Clouse placed second in the 110-meter hurdles (16.28), and third in the 300-meter hurdles (44.67), producing 14 points in his two events. In the field, Tanner Konen continues to soar above his competition in the pole vault, taking first with an 11-6. Kelly Arnold found some competition in the 100-meter dash against Willmar’s Rose Jackson. Arnold came in second with 12.87, edged out by Jackson’s 12.17. Arnold would also take third in the 200-meter dash, with Shelby Clouse and Taylor Novak, also of GSL, right behind her, combining for 15 points in the event. The GSL girls snagged first in the 4x200-meter relay (1:51.3) and the 4x400 (4:15.19) for 20 more points. Clarissa Ober was the only girl from GSL to place in a field event with a third place, 32-5 shot put heave. *** Much of the same results came from Wright County Conference meet at Waconia. The boys took second, eight points behind CambridgeIsanti with a score of 122. The girls improved upon their previous fifth-place performance, taking fourth with 83 points. The 4x200-meter relay was dominated by the boys from GSL once again, posting 1:35.61 for a first-place finish. The Panther girls also gained a bulk of their points in the relay events, taking first in the 4x200-meter relay (1:52.95) on the legs of Arnold, Novak, Kelly Beneke and Clouse.
May
01.....at Ridges at Sand Creek....... 02.....at New London-Spicer......... 03.....at Hutchinson ...................... 06.....at Waconia............................ 08.....GSL...............................2:00 09.....Section preview at Becker...................................TBD 10.....at New London-Spicer10:00 13.....at Annandale ...............12:00 15.....at Hutchinson................1:00 16.....at Litchfield. .................4:30 20.....at Baker National Golf School ....................................2:30 22.....at Dassel-Cokato.........12:00 ***
GIRLS’ GOLF
April
25.....at New Ulm.......................... 26.....at Hutchinson ....................... 29.....at Annandale ........................ 30.....at Litchfield..........................
May
01.....at Baker National Golf School ........................................... 02.....GSL...................................... 08.....at Mound-Westonka......3:00 09.....Section preview at Becker...................................TBD 10.....at Annandale. ................4:30 13.....at Baker National Golf School ....................................4:30 14.....at Waconia. ...................4:30 16.....at New London-Spicer..4:30 21.....at Dassel-Cokato...........2:30 ***
Silver Lake Leader photo by Josh Randt
Trent Draeger opens up and flies forward in the long jump at the Wright County Conference meet held in Waconia on Thursday, May 2.
Boys are stuck in last place
By Josh Randt Sports Editor Despite shooting a 192 at the event in Annandale, a silver lining resides within the boys’ lastplace performance: Lou Iacona shot a 43 on the nine-hole course, the team’s best score. It’s promising considering that Iacona shot a 106 at an 18-hole event in New Ulm less than a week ago. Also promising was Tate Lilienthal’s 47, and Joe Fehrenbach’s 49. “Those two have been very consistent so far this year,” Koenen said of his number two and three golfers. “Consistency is huge in this sport, and those guys have been doing great so far.” Dylan Schuth and Patrick Fehrenbach shot 53 and 54, while Eric Steffel had a 66. *** Glencoe-Silver Lake came up short with another 196 last-place performance in Dassel-Cokato. Number two golfer Joe Fehrenbach shot a 46, the best round of the day for the Panthers, while Iacona and Lilienthal tied at 49. Patrick Fehrenbach continued his trend of shooting in the 50s with a 52. Schuth was right behind him with a 53, and Steffel behind him with a 59. *** The elder of the Fehrenbach boys continued his streak of earning the team’s best score at New London-Spicer on Thursday, May 2.
Girls have been playing together, and it shows
By Josh Randt Sports Editor Even with a second-to-last place finish at the Annandale scramble last week, the Panther girls’ golf team is starting to turn into a tight-knit group on the course. Ashlyn Ratike and Claire Wraspir shot a 48. Allie Eischens and Lizzy Gran were two strokes behind with a 50, while Lindsay Wedin and Jenna Lokensgard were two strokes behind them with a 52. *** Last week in Litchfield, Glencoe-Silver Lake tied for ninth with Delano, out of 11 teams, with a 217. What’s promising is that the girls’ individual scores are close to one another. Alexis Kerslake was the top Panther golfer, shooting a 52 and finishing the WCC meet in 20th place. Ratike shot a 54 and bounced back from a 64-stroke performance on the back nine at Hutchinson. Wraspir and Gran trailed closely behind with 55 and 56 stroke performances, respectively. Wedin turned in a 59 while Eischens shot a 66. *** GSL hosted its WCC meet on the cold and windy afternoon of May 2. The meet counted as two nine-hole events, and served as the first practice on the girls’ home course thus far. “We have gone from winter weather to our meet schedule without a practice on the golf course,” head coach Scott Eckhoff said. “Today should be our first practice on the golf course.” The Panthers took eighth place outright on the front nine with a 215, and tied for the same position with Mound on the back nine at 223. Kerslake turned in the top team score for both events with a 53 on the front and 52 on the back. Wraspir earned the secondbest scores on the day, finishing the front nine with 54 strokes, and the back with 56. Gran tied Kerslake on the front, but turned in a 60 on the latter half of the course. Ratike started out fine with a 55, but ran into trouble during the second event, shooting a 75. Wedin took 56 strokes to close out the first event while finishing up the back half with one more stroke at 57. Eischens had a less-than stellar performance shooting a 64 during the first event. She would come back and shoot a 58 to cap off her day. GSL is currently ranked seventh in the WCC out of 11 schools. Kerslake is the top-rated golfer for the team, ranked 29th in the conference.
TRACK AND FIELD
April
23.....at Foley......(B-2nd) (G-2nd) 25.....at Belle Plaine.(B-2nd) (G2nd) 29.....at New London-Spicer......... ..............................(B-1st) (G-3rd) 30.....GSL Invitational at Belle Plaine ..................(B-2nd) (G-5th)
May
02.....at Waconia..(B-2nd) (G-4th) 07.....at Hutchinson Section True team .....................................3:30 14.....at Dassel-Cokato...........4:00 16.....GSL (Conference) Invitational at Hutchinson...............1:00 20.....at Holy Family. .............4:30 23.....Subsection TBD.................. ***
TRAPSHOOTING
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18.....Reserve Scoring ................... 25.....First Competition ...8th - 6.5
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02.....Second Competition ..8th - 3 09.....Third Competition ........5:00 16.....Fourth Competition .....5:00 23.....Fifth Competition .........5:00 ***
Lou Iacona digs his ball out of the sand trap during the Wright County Conference meet in Hutchinson at the Crow River Country Club. Iacona said he had been playing well all day up until this hole. Joe Fehrenbach shot a 46, two the lowest scores for the Panthers strokes better than Iacona’s 48. with an 84 and 95. Lilienthal continues to earn the None of the other GSL golfers team’s number three ranking, finwould stay on the right side of ishing the course in 49 strokes. 100. Steffel shot a 56. Fehrenbach Patrick Fehrenbach was the was nipping at his heels with a 57 closest with a 101, and Lilienthal while Schuth shot a 62. behind him with a 102. *** Schuth and Steffel tied at 104, Running into some trouble at the highest rounds of the event. the 18-hole event in Waconia, the GSL is in last place in the Panthers took another last place WCC, 77 strokes behind finish with 382 team points. Hutchinson with an overall team Iacona and Fehrenbach shot score of 969.
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’13 Pola-Czesky royalty candidates being sought
The Pola-Czesky committee is seeking young, bright women to represent Silver Lake as an ambassador. The committee is looking for females ages 16 to 21 to compete for the Silver Lake royalty titles. The committee will do its best to work with candidates and their families to accommodate their summer schedules. Any interested candidates should contact Joan Paulson at 320-327-2800.
Weather Corner
By Jake Yurek
I don’t really want to mention it, but it was unbelievable that Southeast Minnesota saw up to 18 inches of snow just last week! Thank goodness that mess decided to stay down there; we have seen our fair share of late season snow. This week started out fantastic — highs in the lower 70s was just what the doctor ordered. We’ll stay right around average as we move into mid to late week. A couple storm systems will enter the picture for the upper Midwest late week with the first passing through Wednesday, and the second late Friday into early Saturday. Rain and scattered thunder could be possible with each blast, but not everyone will see it, so we’ll have to see how things line up. Behind the Friday-Saturday frontal system, we will, unfortunately, cool down heading into the weekend, keeping highs only in the 50s Saturday. Sunday things improve slightly with highs in the lower 60s, maybe. The cool-down will be short-lived as we head into early next week as temperatures ramp back up with another chance of rain around Tuesday. My advice this week … get out and enjoy one of our six weeks of summer (just kidding, but it feels like that sometimes). Have a great week all! Ma dobry weekendem Mit dobry vikend Wednesday night — Lows 48-54; showers/thunder. Thursday — Highs 62-68; lows 40-46; early showers/mostly cloudy. Friday — Highs 62-68; lows 40-46; partly cloudy/night showers or thunder. Saturday — Highs 52-58; lows 33-39; early rain/clouds, breezy. Sunday — Highs 68-64; clear. Weather Quiz: How is the severe weather season shaping up? Answer to last week’s question: We’re moving in the right direction. Most of the state is still in some kind of a drought, but it loosened its grip a bit. Officially, we are still in a moderate drought with severe not too far away to our southwest. Southeast Minnesota is the only part of the state not in a drought category, as it has seen a lot of precipitation lately. Most of the others parts of the state are in a slight or abnormally dry drought. Remember: I make the forecast, not the weather!
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Staff ‘Panther Paws’
For their dedication and kindness to the students, as well as to the remaining staff, Rostina Aguilar and Stephanie Freund were chosen for the staff “Panther Paws” award recipients for the month of April. The awards were announced at the Lakeside Elementary all-school meeting last Friday morning.
Win $50: Design 2013 Pola-Czesky button
Design the Pola-Czesky button that will be used for this year’s Pola-Czesky Days celebration, set for Aug. 2 through Aug. 4. The design must be within a two-inch circle and any artwork is allowed, computer or handmade. Any colors may be used, but the following items must be include in the design: 44th Annual Pola-Czesky Days, Silver Lake, MN, August, 2, 3 and 4, 2013. You can put the information in any order and abbreviate if you wish. Everyone is invited to enter. Please mail entries to: Pola-Czesky Button Design Contest, Joan Paulson, 22202 Lace Ave., Silver Lake, MN 55381. All entries must be submitted by June 1. The winner will be announced and buttons will be for sale beginning with Thursday, June 20, at the first night of the Music in the Park event series.
Pinske nearly in finals of state geography bee
Austin Pinske, son of Jennifer and Todd Pinske of Plato, competed April 5 in the Minnesota State Geography Bee at St. Cloud State University. Pinske, a seventh grader, represented Glencoe-Silver Lake Lincoln Jr. High School and came close to being one of the 10 finalists, having answered seven of the eight questions correctly. That gained him access to the tie-breaker room, where he competed for a top 10 finalist spot. Lincoln Jr. High congratulates Pinske for being a top 100 competitor in the Minnesota Geography Bee. His actual rank was 37th in the state. Austin Pinske
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Lions donate to Orth Benefit
The Silver Lake Lions Club donated $1,000 to the Tim Orth Foundation at its annual benefit held April 6 at the Glencoe-Silver Lake High School gymnasium. Lion Stan Horstmann (left) presents the check to Tim Orth representative Julie Schrupp.
People News
Mathwigs welcome daughter
Jared and Emily Mathwig of Lester Prairie announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Elise, on April 23, 2013, at Glencoe Regional Health Services. Natalie weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19-1/4 inches long. Her older sister is Abigail, and grandparents are John and Althea Mathwig of Glencoe and Art and Karen Nowak Jr. of Silver Lake.
Dr. Zoulek speaks to GFWC about women’s health issues
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) Silver Lake met Monday, April 22, at the Legion club rooms. Dr. Zoulek, OB/GYN at Hutchinson Health, was the guest speaker and spoke about women’s health issues and answered questions. Following her presentation, the meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Club Collect. Six club members attended the district convention at Winthrop on April 13. An article about the club was submitted to the Silver Lake Guide Book. Operation Smile items were packed and will be mailed. These items will be taken to the countries were surgeries are performed on children with cleft palates. The next meeting is set for Monday, June 3, at 6:30 p.m., at the Legion club rooms.
Local families sought to host exchange students
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs, in cooperation with the local high school, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries, including Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few. ASSE students come with an enthusiasm to practice their English and experience American culture — food, sports, shopping, and more. They also love to share their own culture with their host families. Host families welcome these students into their families, not as a guest, but as a family member, giving both the students and the families a rich cultural experience. In addition, ASSE student have pocket money for personal expenses and full health, accident and liability insurance. ASSE students are academically selected, and host families can choose their students from a wide variety of backgrounds, countries and personal interests. To become a host family or to find out how to become involved with ASSE in your community, call the midwesteren regional office at 1-800736-1760 or go to www.host. asse.com to begin your host family application.
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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May 13-17 Silver Lake Senior Nutrition Site Monday — Beef tips with gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, bread, margarine, peaches, low-fat milk. Tuesday — Barbecued pork, potato salad, cauliflower, bun, margarine, fruit crisp, low-fat milk. Wednesday — Country steak, whole potatoes, carrots, bread, margarine, pudding, low-fat milk. Thursday — Roast turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, cranberry garnish, strawberries, low-fat milk. Friday — Chicken breast sandwich, leaf lettuce, tomato slices, fresh fruit, bun, margarine, bar, low-fat milk. GSL Schools Elementary/Jr. High/Sr. High Breakfast Monday — Breakfast pizza or Kix Berry cereal and yogurt, apple juice cup, low-fat milk. (Breakfast burrito at junior/senior high). Tuesday — Pancake on a stick with syrup or Cheerios and applecinnamon muffin, petite banana, low-fat milk. (Reduced-sugar Frosted Flakes at junior/senior high school). Wednesday — Egg and cheese omelet or reduced-sugar Coco Puffs and string cheese, diced peaches, low-fat milk. (Breakfast pizza at junior/senior high). Thursday — Breakfast pizza or reduced-sugar Fruit Loops and blueberry muffin, orange juice cup, low-fat milk. (Egg and cheese omelet at junior/senior high). Friday — Whole-grain pancakes with syrup or reduced-sugar Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and yogurt, diced pears, low-fat milk. (French toast sticks with syrup at junior/senior high). Helen Baker/Lakeside Lunch Monday — Hot dog on a wholegrain bun, turkey and cheese on a whole-grain bun, seasoned green beans, celery sticks, apple wedges, pineapple tidbits. Tuesday — Beefy nachos with fiesta rice, ham and cheese on whole-grain bread, refried beans, jicama sticks with dressing, grapes, chilled applesauce. Wednesday — Italian meat sauce with whole-grain rotini pasta, bread stick, chef salad with cheese, egg and croutons, bread stick, seasoned carrots, caesar romaine side salad, kiwi wedges, chilled peaches. Thursday — Roast turkey in gravy, whole-grain dinner roll, fun lunch, mashed potatoes, jicama fruit salad, orange wedges, chilled pears. Friday — Breaded chicken on a whole-grain bun, turkey and cheese on whole-grain bread, seasoned corn, baby carrots, apple wedges, chilled mixed fruit. Jr. High/High School Lunch Monday — Oven-baked turkey corn dog, seasoned carrots, baked tator tots, confetti coleslaw, broccoli with dressing, apple, pineapple tidbits. Tuesday — Mexican bar with beef or chicken soft- or hard-shell tacos, brown rice, refried beans, sweet corn salad, baby carrots with dressing, grapes, chilled applesauce. Wednesday — Barbecued pork riblet on a whole-grain bun, seasoned corn, oven-baked fries, broccoli salad with raisins, red pepper strips with light dressing, kiwi wedges, chilled peaches. Thursday — Roast turkey in gravy, whole-grain stuffing, dinner roll, mashed potatoes, jicama fruit salad, cucumber slices with dressing, chilled pears. Friday — Pasta bar with chicken alfredo or Italian spaghetti with meat sauce, bread stick, seasoned green beans, romaine caesar salad, baby carrots with dressing, apple, chilled mix fruit.
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Knights of Columbus families of the month, 2012
At their annual awards banquet last Friday evening, the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus Mother Cabrini Council No. 1841 awarded the families of the month for 2012. In the front, from left to right, are Jean Lewandowski, Rhonda Kaczmarek, Rosie Shimanski, Judy Penas, Luane Mickolichek, Lori Penas, and JoAnn Ardolf. In the back are Ben Lewandowski, Darrell Kaczmarek, John Shimanski, Leroy Penas, Ron Mickolichek, Mike Penas, Larry Ardolf, and Ron Penas. Missing was Jean Penas, Rod and Deb Weiers, Steve and Lisa Hauer, Dan and Gerry Giehtbrock, and Al and Betty Rozeske.
Don’t plant crops in right of way
With planting season under way, the McLeod County Highway Department is asking landowners not to encroach on highway right of way when working the fields this spring. Highway right of way includes driving lanes, inside and outside shoulders, ditches, the clear zone and sigh corners at intersections. Utility poles and pedestals serve as good indicators of right-ofway limits because they are typically located at the outer edge of road right of way. Sight corners at an intersetion of two roads are especially susceptible to visual obstructions created by unlawfully planted crops, especially corn. Utility companies are permitted to use highway right of way to install gas lines, power lines, telephone lines, and fiber optic cable. Plowing and tilling can damage these lines under the ground and cause possible service interruptions. Plowing, tilling, and planting within highway right of way violates state law M.S. 160.2715. The violation is a misdemeanor punishable by a maximum $1,000 fine and/or 90 days in jail. The Highway Department plans to monitor the right of way and notify landowners of any violation. The notice may request the responsible person to remove the planted crop and re-establish the affected area with permanent, noncrop vegetation at their own expense. If the request is not met, the complaint will be turned over to the Sheriff’s Department for a potential misdemeanor ticket. The Highway Department may make any corrections necessary and assess costs to the responsible person. If the landowner is unsure of the right of way boundary, they are encouraged to contact 320-484-4321 for assistance.
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Knights of the month in 2012
The Silver Lake Knights of Columbus Mother Cabrini Council No. 1841 held their annual banquet last Friday evening. The event included a meal, a guest speaker, and an awards recognition ceremony. The Knights of the Month for 2012 were announced and include, from left to right, in the front, Bob Penas, Paul Davis and Ray Bandas Jr. In the back are Ray Fiala, Bernie Kaczmarek, Mike Popelka, and KC insurance agent Dennis Dunne, and KC District Deputy Mike Heinen. Missing was Adam Kasprzyk, Jerome Kadlec, Gerald Kucera, Don Miskovsky, and Chad Bandas.
Art students earn awards
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School art students traveled to Jordan High School for the 2013 Region 2A Minnesota State High School Visual Arts Festival on May 1. There are nine categories: Drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts, printmaking, media arts, ceramics, 2D mixed media/collage and graphic design. Schools can bring up to a total of 18 pieces, with no more than six in any one category. Individuals can enter no more than one piece in a category. Participating students with their category entries and awards listed: Hailey Havlik, drawing, superior; sculpture, superior; crafts entry. Samantha Iverson, drawing entry. Heidi Johnson, crafts, excellent; 2D mixed media/collage, superior. Ismael Calderon, ceramics, excellent; crafts entry; sculpture, excellent. Alyssa Lesnau, 2D mixed media/collage, superior. Samantha Johnson, 2D mixed media/collage, excellent; graphic design, excellent. Josie Kjenstad, crafts entry. Katie Mueller, ceramics, excellent. The MSHSL students’ works will be on display for viewing on Thursday, May 9, from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the GSL K-12 Panther Art Prowl in the gymnasium at the high school, (in conjunction with the first and second grade
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Heidi Johnson poses with her art work that received a superior rating at the regional arts festival in Jordan. concert “Snapshot.” Also on display will be work by K-12 students. There will be displays and activities in the cafeteria for some hands-on experience. There will be some surprise artists also involved. A slide show of student work will be included in the presentation in the auditorium before and after the first and second grade concerts, which will run from 6 p.m. to 7:35 p.m. The gym and cafeteria will remain open to the families not involved with the concert. After the concerts, a finale presentation in the auditorium of high school student work will conclude the evening. Art students will be able to take their work home at the end of the evening. The public is invited to attend and partipate in the fun, said Shanda Landes, high school art teacher.
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Koepp enters Alford plea on 4 charges
Former Glencoe businessman Bryan Koepp entered an Alford plea of guilty on four felony theft charges in McLeod County District Court Friday. An Alford plea is one in which a defendant maintains his or her innocence but acknowledges that a reasonable jury could find them guilty based on evidence presented during a trial. Koepp entered the pleas in exchange for the prosecution dismissing four other felony charges. Koepp’s Alford pleas were to four felony counts of theft by false misrepresentation. The four dismissed charges were for felony theft by swindle. Judge Thomas McCarthy canceled a May 14 jury trial and ordered a pre-sentence investigation. Sentencing has been set for June 28 in McLeod County District Court. Koepp, 48, the former owner of the Glencoe Garden Center, had faced four felony counts of theft by false representation, and four felony counts of theft by swindle. The charges span a two-year time frame in which Koepp allegedly obtained over $388,500 from 15 separate victims.
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