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Local Celebrations: Pola-Czesky Days, Music in the Park,
St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Dairy Days, Winter Festival/Santa Day
City of Silver Lake
308 Main St. W.
Silver Lake, MN 55381
320-327-2412 • www.cityofsilverlake.org
✧Located on State Hwy 7
✧Friendly, small town
atmosphere
✧Downtown redevelopment
✧A great place to develop your
business
✧Centrally located between the
cities of Hutchinson & Glencoe
✧Economic development
✧Schools, parks, pool
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Welcome Friends,
I would like to take this opportunity
to invite you to visit and enjoy our won-
derful city. Silver Lake has so much to
offer its residents and visitors. For our
residents, Silver Lake is a small town
with many of the big town amenities.
Lakeside Elementary School and the
entire Glencoe-Silver Lake School Dis-
trict offer great educational opportuni-
ties for our young families.
Our community takes great pride in
the fact that we have our own police,
fire, and ambulance services. It brings
great comfort and a sense of security to
our residents to know that if ever need-
ed, these services are only minutes
away.
During the spring and summer
months, there are many activities that
range from biking along the soon-to-be-
paved Luce Line Trail, relaxing by the
pool at the Bruce Maresh Aquatic Cen-
ter, enjoying some volleyball, basket-
ball, or softball, or even throwing a
ringer or two in the horseshoe pits. Dur-
ing the heart of the summer, we have a
great group of volunteers that pull to-
gether and sponsor the “Music in the
Park” on Thursday evenings, which in
turn leads us right into our annual
“Pola-Czesky Days” celebration the
first weekend of August. If you are for-
tunate to be around for our celebration,
you will get to witness almost all of our
great organizations in action. You will
be amazed at how everyone works to-
gether!
There are also many activities that
take place during the fall, winter, and
spring months. Some of those events
are the Sportsmen’s Club Turtle Soup
feed, a free will Thanksgiving Dinner
for all, a Winter Festival that includes
horse-drawn rides and reindeer, the
Lions’ brunch, Knights of Columbus
fish fry, the ever growing St. Patrick’s
Day Parade, and the list goes on and on.
The thing that will jump out at any-
one who visits our fine city is the
friendliness of the residents. I would de-
scribe people of the city of Silver Lake
as “strong and proud!” All of these
events that I mentioned above, as well
as many of the services, are only possi-
ble because of these fine people and
they do it in many different fashions. It
ranges from volunteering hours and
hours of their time, to maybe donating
funds if needed, to even risking their
lives on a daily basis so all of us can go
to sleep at night knowing that if a diffi-
cult situation arises, we are in the best
hands possible. No one could ask for
anything more than that!
Again welcome, and on behalf of
everyone in Silver Lake, we appreciate
you taking the time to visit our city and
I hope you enjoy all of the wonderful
things our residents have to offer.
Sincerely,
Bruce Bebo, Mayor
City of Silver Lake
Enjoy the small town experience
Silver Lake Mayor Bruce Bebo
Population: 837
City of Silver Lake
308 Main Street West,
Silver Lake MN 55381
320-327-2412
www.cityofsilverlake.org
Silver Lake
Where is Silver Lake?
Silver Lake is located in McLeod
County, south-central Minnesota.
It is 50 miles west of the Twin
Cities, located on Minnesota
Highway 7.
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Community
Entertainment
Glencoe City Center ..........................30
KDUZ Radio .....................................44
Silver Lake Auditorium.......................8
Churches
Grace Bible Church...........................18
Holy Family Catholic Church ...........18
Newspapers
McLeod County Chronicle....................
...........................36, Inside Back Cover
Organizations
City of Silver Lake ................................
.................................Inside Front Cover
Crow River Sno Pros.........................39
Silver Lake American Legion ...........32
Silver Lake Knights of Columbus.....32
Silver Lake Lions Club .....................10
Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club...........34
Education
ECFE.................................................16
GSL Community Ed. .........................16
GSL Public Schools...........................12
Health/Medical
Chiropractic
Gauer Chiropractic Clinic .................40
PureLife Chiropractic & Wellness.......6
Dentists
Contemporary Dental ........................16
Schoeneberger Dental Clinic.............16
Eye Specialists
Southwest Eyecare ............................34
Fitness
Panther Field House ..........................16
Hearing Care
Hearing Care Specialists ...................38
Hospitals/Clinics
Glencoe Regional Health Services........
.........................................Back Cover
Hutchinson Health.............................38
Real Estate
Agents/Agencies
Coldwell Banker Burnet....................44
Rental
Uptown Apartments...........................36
Senior Housing
Grand Meadows ................................48
Lakeside Manor.................................36
Services
Appliances/Electronics
Dale’s Appliance ...............................10
Electronic Servicing ..........................20
Auction/Appraisal
Lundeen Auction & Appraisers Inc. ..20
Auto Sales/Service
Gene’s Towning.................................30
Harlan’s Auto Repair .........................34
Kaz’s Auto & Truck Repair .................8
Construction/Home Services
Custom Installations............................6
Fashion Interiors................................40
Hirsch Roofing ..................................40
Kaczmarek Landscaping ...................28
Leisure Time Mowing .......................10
Rockhard Concrete & Masonry.........38
Schauer & Sons Construction ...........34
The Builders Choice - Fullerton........40
Financial Services
First Community Bank,
Silver Lake .....................................28
Schad, Lindstrand & Schuth, LTD....34
Security Bank & Trust, Co. ...............46
Hauling
Stritesky Trucking .............................38
Insurance Agencies
American Family - John Decker .......30
Citizens Insurance Agency................48
Farm Bureau Ins. - Jeff Albers ..........40
Jilek Insurance Agency, Inc...............44
Laurie Mickolichek Ins. ....................32
State Farm - Larry Anderson.............46
Sumter Mutual.....................................6
Pet Services
Waggin’ Tails Professional Dog
Grooming .......................................28
Plumbing & Heating
Lakes Gas ..........................................34
Mikolichek Plumbing & Heating ........4
Ziemer Plumbing & Heating.............46
Printing
Crow River Press...............................50
McLeod Publishing .....................40, 51
Restaurants
Molly’s Cafe......................................28
Storage
K & K Storage...................................20
Transportation
Kingston Coaches................................8
Trailblazer Transit .............................30
Shopping
Camping
R & R Camper Center .......................48
Costumes
Grandma’s Closet ................................4
Florists
Jean’s Floral & Craft ...........................8
Grocery/Convenience Store
Coborn’s ............................................32
Corner Market .....................................4
Liquor
Silver Lake Muni.................................4
Produce
Shimanski Orchard............................10
ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
Editorial Directory:
• Welcome ..............................................1
• New to town/basic ordinances..............3
• Silver Lake city staff ............................5
• Silver Lake city council........................7
• Planning for Silver Lake’s future ........9
• Silver Lake emergency services ........11
• GSL School District............................13
• GSL Schools ......................................14
• Fire department reaches 125 years ....15
• Pola-Czesky Days ..............................17
• Churches ............................................19
• Aquatic Center ....................................21
• Local organizations ......................22-25
• Daycares ............................................25
• City map........................................26-27
• Luce Line Trail ..................................29
• History ................................................31
• Mileka’s 5K Run/Walk ......................33
• County parks ................................35, 37
• Rental units ........................................36
• Snowmobile trail map ........................39
• Music in the Park................................41
• McLeod County committees ..............42
• McLeod County officials....................43
• Area celebrations ................................45
• State and federal officials ..................47
• Township offices ................................49
Cover
Information
Photo by Brenda Fogarty
Main photo: A view of Sil-
ver Lake from the dock at
the northwest shore near
Cedar Crest Estate, Inc. As-
sisted Living Facility.
Publisher
2015-2016 Silver Lake
Guide published by McLeod
Publishing, Inc., Glencoe,
Minnesota.
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New to town? Some things to know
Utilities
Electricity — Xcel Energy
• Customer service, 1-800-895-4999
Natural Gas — CenterPoint
• Gas leak-emergency, 1-800-722-9236
• Billing, account set-up, 1-800-245-2377
• Website, www.minnegasco.CenterPointEn-
ergy.com
City water and sanitary sewer
• New accounts, 327-2412
• After hours emergencies, 864-3134
Telephone — CenturyLink
• New accounts, 1-877-743-2907
• Repairs, 1-800-366-8201
• Website, www.centurylinkdeals.com
Mail — U.S. Postal Service
• Most city residents require a post office box
to receive mail. Check with postmaster.
• Postmaster, 327-2155
Satellite Television — DirecTV
• New accounts, 1-888-810-7892
Cable Television — Mediacom
• New accounts, 1-605-697-5447
• Repairs, 1-800-332-0245
Refuse/recycling service —
Waste Management
• Refuse pickup each Thursday; recycling
pickup every other Thursday
• Recycling bins available at city hall.
• New accounts, 1-800-450-9378
Underground utility location —
Gopher State One Call
• Call 48 hours before digging, 1-800-252-1166
Some city ordinances to be aware of ...
The following are some of the more applicable city ordinances that people need to be aware of in Silver Lake:
— Building permits are required in Silver Lake for virtually any type of construction/remodeling project and
these include plumbing and heating as well. Permit forms can be obtained through city hall. The city building in-
spector is MNSPECT and can be reached at 888-446-1801.
— Animal control ordinance states that if you have more than two cats or dogs you must obtain a permit through
city hall, and if you have pets other than cats, dogs, or indoor caged pets, a permit must also be obtained.
— Silver Lake does enforce parking restrictions for snow removal from November to May each year.
— The city’s blight ordinance does not permit anything that may cause a blighting factor within the community.
— Water/sewer utility accounts are handled through the city.
This is not a complete listing of all city ordinances. Feel free to contact city hall at (320) 327-2412 for more or-
dinance information.
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320-327-2777
Bar and Bottle Shop
Happy Hour Mon. thru Fri. 4-6
Daily Promotional Specials
Our Goals
Control the Safe Sale of alcohol
Generate income for the community
COSTUME & PROP RENTAL
Vintage Clothing, Costumes,
Props, Accessories and
Formalwear.
NEW LOCATION:
112 Lake Ave. S, Silver Lake
Chris Brecht
320-510-1567
Rhonda Kaczmarek
320-510-2690
Year round by appointment.
Special October hours
916 St. Hwy. 7, Silver Lake, MN
320-327-2500
Open at 5 a.m.
• Gas/Diesel • ATM
• Postage Stamps • Groceries
• USPS Mailbox • & More!
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Silver Lake city staff
Supervisor: Dale Kosek, 327-2412
Gary Jerabek, Maintenance
Public works
City administration
Police Chief: Forrest Henriksen, 327-0108 (non-
emergency); RJ Cripps, Police Officer
silverlakepolice@mchsi.com
In an emergency, dial 9-1-1
Fire Chief: Dale Kosek, 864-3134
Ambulance Chief: Duane Wawrzyniak, 327-2412
Emergency Response Coordinator: Christine
Wawrzyniak, 327-2412
Emergency contacts
Silver Lake City Hall, located at 308 Main St. W, hous-
es city police, ambulance and public works staff. Of-
fice hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, with the lobby open until 6 p.m. each day. The
city hall phone number is 327-2412.
City signs welcome visitors into town. The signs were
completed with funds from the city and donations by
the Silver Lake Lions Club.
Kerry Venier
Clerk/Treasurer
327-2412
Kristi Mesenbrink
Deputy Clerk
View of Silver Lake from Cornerstone
Park.
Above, the Silver Lake Auditorium. Left,
the water tower.
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Sumter Mutual Insurance Company
~
SINCE 1879
~
117 W. Main St., P.O. Box 269
Silver Lake, MN 55381
320-327-2887
LARRY DOERR AGENCY 320-562-2428
HUTCHINSON AGENCY, INC. 320-587-4939
LAKE REGION INSURANCE AGENCY
800-635-0359
CITIZENS INSURANCE SERVICES
952-467-2535
LAKE CENTRAL INSURANCE SERVICES
320-274-8216
REMARK FINANCIAL 763-658-4936
STEVE DAVISON AGENCY 320-275-3932
INSURANCE BROKERS OF MN 763-682-4517
Dr. Nicholas Johnson, D.C
320-864-6249
920 10th St. E, Glencoe
www.purelifeglencoe.com
Office hours are: Mon. 7:30a.m.-6p.m.,
Tues. 7a.m.-12p.m., Wed. 7:30a.m.-6p.m.,
Thurs. 1p.m.-7p.m., Fri. 7a.m.-12p.m.
“Working WITH people to improve their health, and in turn lives,
through the use of chiropractic, nutrition, and lifestyle care all
with the goal of achieving optimal health in EVERY patient.”
Massage Therapy Services Available
Virginia “Ginny” Brazee, C.M.T.
Specializing in: Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Athletic
Injury and Motor Vehicle Accident Therapies.
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Silver Lake City Council
Biscay (864-5024): Ray Urban,
mayor; Jana Kunkel, clerk; Marian
Knoll, treasurer; Tom Urban, Brian
Moisan, Dennis Schwanke and
Donovan Dose, council members.
Meeting: Second Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Brownton (328-5318): Norman
Schwarze, mayor; Ella Kruse,
clerk/treasurer; Douglas A. Block,
Curtis Carrigan, Brian Dressel and
Tim Olson, council members. Meet-
ing: First Tuesday at 7 p.m.. Fax:
(320) 328-5318
Glencoe (864-5586): Randy Wil-
son, mayor; Mark Larson, city ad-
ministrator; Daniel Perschau, Allen
Robeck, Kevin Dietz, John Schrupp
and Gary Ziemer, council members.
Meetings: First and third Mondays
each month at 7 p.m.; Fax: 864-6405.
Hutchinson (587-5151): Gary T.
Forcier, mayor; Matt Jaunich, admin-
istrator/treasurer; John Lofdahl, Chad
Czmowski, Mary Christensen and
Bill Arndt, council members. Meet-
ings: Second and fourth Tuesdays at
5:30 p.m.. Fax: (320) 234-4240; e-
mail mjaunisch@ci.hutchinsonmn.us
Lester Prairie (395-2646): Andrew
Heimerl, mayor; Marilyn Pawelk, co-
ordinator/treasurer; Larry Hoof, Ron
Foust, Eric Angvall and Robert D.
Messer, council members. Meeting:
First Monday after first Tuesday at 7
p.m. Fax No. (320) 395-2646
Plato (238-2570): Bob Becker,
mayor; Gerri Scott, clerk and treasur-
er; VeeAnn Wood, Robert Pflipsen,
Jake Nelson and Dennis Oltmann,
council members. Meeting: Second
Monday at 7 p.m.
Stewart (562-2518): Jason Peirce,
mayor; Ronda Huls, clerk/treasurer;
Jim Eitel, Curt Glaeser, Chuck
Kruggel and Kevin Klucas, council
members. Meeting: Second Monday
at 7 p.m. Fax: (320) 562-2518; e-
mail: cityhall@mchsi.com
Winsted (485-2366): Steve Stotko,
mayor; Clay Wilfahrt, administrator;
Deb Boelter, clerk/treasurer; Bonnie
Quast, Tom Ollig, Max Fasching and
George Schulenberg, council mem-
bers. Meeting: First and third Tues-
days at 6 p.m. Fax: (320) 485-2858;
e-mail: clerk.winsted@tds.net.
Mayor
Bruce Bebo
217 Summit Ave.
320-327-3157
Council Member
Ken Merrill
312 Frank St.
320-327-2793
Council Member
Nolan Johnson
205 E. Main St.
320-327-2990
Council Member
Joshua Mason
9928 Hwy. 7
651-280-7247
Council Member
Greg Gillett
228 Century Ln.
320-583-7861
Other area city councils
Council meetings:
Third Monday, 6:30 p.m.,
and first Monday of January,
April, July and October
Contact council members
by e-mail:
www.cityofsilverlake.org
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We provide the following services:
• All Major & Minor
Repairs
• Oil Changes
• Tune-ups
• Brakes
• Air Conditioning
• Cooper Tires
• Transmission Flushes
and Services
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Silver Lake, MN • 701 Highway 7, (320) 327-2516
Choose Silver Lake Auditorium
for your
Wedding Reception & Dance
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• Air Conditioned
• Competitively Priced
• All Caterers Welcome
Great beverage prices available
through the Silver Lake Muni
Call 320-327-2777
Flowers - fresh & silk • Plants • Bouquets
• Weddings
• Proms
• Anniversaries
• Birthdays
• Hospital stays
• Funerals
Silver Lake’s
Local Florist
For all occasions:
Jeans Floral
17253 Kale Ave., Glencoe
Just 3.5 miles from Silver Lake
327-2242
Available 24/7
Jean Penas
FREE delivery to hospitals
and funeral homes in the surrounding area
Transportation to get you there!
WE CAN HELP WITH OUR
LUXURY BUS!
• Accommodates up to 24 Passengers
• Fully Licensed and Insured
• Weddings • Anniversaries • Bar Shuttle
• Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties
• Alcohol and Food Allowed
Owned and Operated by Ryan Barrick
320-583-2674 to reserve your date!
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Silver Lake will likely be
focusing on improving the
quality of its drinking water
as the result of a recent com-
munitywide survey conduct-
ed by the city’s planning
commission.
City Clerk Kerry Venier
said the city conducts such
surveys about every 10
years, and the city uses the
results to update its compre-
hensive plan, and make fu-
ture facility and utility im-
provements.
In fact, the survey done
about 10 years ago resulted
in the city focusing on ob-
taining an assisted-living fa-
cility for the elderly and dis-
abled.
“In fact, we looked into
starting a city-owned facili-
ty, but the cost was about $5
million, and we’d never
done anything like that be-
fore,” said Venier.
However, Cedar Crest of
Hutchinson was looking for
a place for a branch facility.
After considering a site in
Dassel, Cedar Crest used the
results of Silver Lake’s com-
munity survey, and a feasi-
bility study, to build a facili-
ty at the western end of Sil-
ver Lake, along the lake.
Not only did that result in
an assisted-living facility for
Silver Lake, but the city
gained some lakefront prop-
erty.
The most recent survey
pointed to a need to improve
the drinking water.
While the water is safe for
drinking, it has some sec-
ondary issues, said Venier;
most notably, a sometimes
“rotten-egg” smell and an
occasional rusty quality.
Venier said improving
those cosmetic issues will
likely be a focus after the
City Council updates its
comprehensive plan and
capital improvement pro-
jects list.
Venier also said that the
majority of respondents (139
were returned of 352 that
were delivered, a 39 percent
return rate), were home
owners, rather than renters.
Venier said that most
renters are elderly, and there
is little turnover in the rental
units in town.
“There isn’t a lot of
turnover, but there isn’t a lot
of vacancy, either,” said Ve-
nier. “That may indicate a
need for more rental units,
especially for the elderly.”
Another item addressed in
the survey question is
whether the city should con-
centrate on revitalizing the
economy downtown along
Main Street, or focus on de-
velopment along the High-
way 7 corridor, which bi-
sects the northern part of the
city.
The survey started with
questions about individual
properties and their condi-
tions, and then moved into a
segment to seek feedback on
the services provided by the
city.
“It gets into what you
think about the city, and the
value of the services offered
for the taxes you pay,” said
Venier. “Whether you think
it’s good to have our own
police department, ambu-
lance service, that type of
thing.”
Venier said he was a little
surprised by the results.
“We tend to get the com-
plaints here,” Venier said of
the city clerk’s office.
But, surprisingly, the sur-
vey showed that most resi-
dents had favorable input on
the services the city offers.
“When people actually put
pen to paper, the results
were kind of surprising,”
said Venier. “There is a lot
of satisfaction with what
we’re offering here.”
The most recent survey re-
sults are being compiled by
the planning commission,
which will make recommen-
dations to the City Council
on priorities, which will then
come up with a comprehen-
sive plan for the next five to
10 years, after which the city
will re-evaluate and likely
conduct another citywide
survey.
Planning for Silver Lake’s future
The city of Silver Lake has concentrated on street
and utility improvements in recent years.
A recent community survey indicated a desire to
improve drinking water quality in Silver Lake. Al-
though the water is safe to drink, the city hopes to
address odor and clarity issues in the very near fu-
ture.
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Silver Lake Lions Club
To serve the community through volunteerism
and support the Lions international projects.
Silver Lake Lions, PO Box 451, Silver Lake, MN 55381
LOCAL PROJECTS
Thank you Silver Lake for your support!
• Lions Hearing Dog • Lions Hearing Foundation
• Leader Dog • Journey for Service
• Youth Exchange • Diabetes
• Peace Poster
• Lions Eye Bank & Children’s Eye Clinic
• Lions Club International Foundation
• Collect used eyeglasses, sunglasses & hearing aids
• Habitat for Humanity • Foundation for Children
• Tim Orth Foundation • McLeod County Food Shelf
• McLeod County Historical Society
• Take tickets at McLeod County Fair
• High School Scholarships • Close-Up Program
• High School After Prom Party
• Field House
• Pola-Czesky Days • Flower Garden
• Highway Clean Up • Summer Recreation
• Churches • City Street Signs
• Cornerstone Park • Lions Shelter
• City Tennis Courts • Softball Field Restrooms
• Lions Youth Football • Swimming Pool
• Senior Dining • Senior Citizens
• Fruit Baskets for Shut-ins • Bike-a-Rama
We would love to have you visit a meeting
on the 3rd Thursday of the month at the
Silver Lake Legion Club rooms. Enjoy a free meal
on us and see if you would like to join
LIONS DONATIONS SCHOOL DONATIONS
COMMUNITY DONATIONS
SPECIAL DONATIONS
Over 50 Members
Strong & Growing
Shimanski
Orchard
Located 1/2 mile Northwest of Silver Lake,
11155 - 200th St.
Apple season runs from
Aug. 15 to Oct. 31 with stored
apples available till Thanksgiving.
Apple pick-up or pick-your-own by
appointment, or at advertised
Open House events
Call Ron at
320-327-0112
Varieties like “Zestar,” “Honey
Crisp” & “Sweet Sixteen,” as well
as old favorites.
Also find Shimanski Orchard apples in the
Metro area at Hopkins, Minneapolis and
Maple Grove Farmer’s Markets. Look for
our ad in the “Minnesota Grown” directory.
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Dale’s Appliance &
Refrigeration, Inc.
Repairs on:
• Home Air Conditioning
• All major Appliances
• Light Commercial Refrigeration
~ Reasonable Rates ~
Over 30 years experience
Dale Klaustermeier
6978 190th St., Lester Prairie
(320) 395-2719
Mowing, Fertilizing, Weed Control
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Steve Weber 320-282-9443
22102 Flower Rd., Silver Lake 320-327-3138
Enjoy your leisure time while we mow!
Leisure Time Mowing
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Silver Lake emergency services
Silver Lake Police
The Silver Lake Police Department is a
proactive police department that prides itself
on community-oriented policing, with its mis-
sion statement being: “To provide public pro-
tection from crime and provide services that
enhance the safety and quality of life for the
city of Silver Lake.”
The department consists of one full-time
chief, one full-time officer, and three part-time officers.
Treating everyone in a professional, respectful, and
courteous manner is what goes a long way for the Silver
Lake Police Department.
Members of the department train and work closely
with the Silver Lake Ambulance, Silver Lake Fire De-
partment, and the Silver Lake First Responders.
Roles for the police department include things such as
escorts for businesses, residential and business checks,
community events, and security for the public.
Residents may speak with an officer by calling 320-
327-0108, or by contacting the McLeod County Sher-
iff’s Office at 320-864-3134 and leaving a message for
an officer. The police department can also be contacted
by sending an email to silverlakepolice@mchsi.com. In
an emergency, residents are strongly advised to call 911.
The police department encourages residents to report
any suspicious activity they observe.
Silver Lake Ambulance
Since 1970, the Silver Lake Ambulance has pro-
vided the city of Silver Lake, Hale Township and
portions of Rich Valley Township with Basic Life
Support (BLS) ambulance service, responding to
over 100 calls per year. Approximately 15 Min-
nesota certified EMTs staff the ambulance service,
providing 24/7 coverage.
The ambulance is a 1995 MedTec on a Ford
chassis. Along with the state-required BLS equip-
ment, the service has variances, which allow it to carry
and administer several potential life-saving medications.
The ambulance is funded by the city of Silver Lake,
Hale Township and Rich Valley Township. In addition,
the ambulance staff conducts an annual fundraiser for
additional funding for equipment acquisition.
The ambulance service meets every second Thursday
of the month in the Silver Lake Auditorium. Anyone in-
terested in joining the service can contact the Silver Lake
City Hall at 320-327-2412.
Silver Lake Fire
For 125 years, the Silver Lake Fire Department
has proudly provided fire and rescue protection to
the residents of the city of Silver Lake, Hale Town-
ship, and portions of Rich Valley, Winsted and
Hassan Valley townships.
With the strong support of the city and town-
ships, the department maintains two pumper
trucks, two tanker trucks, a rescue van equipped
with the jaws of life, a gamma goat (grass rig) and
a six-wheeler for the fire and rescue activities. The
department also maintains a vintage 1932 pumper
truck, which is proudly shown in parades.
Silver Lake firefighters are required to attend the basic
firefighter course through South Central Technical Col-
lege during their probationary first year on the depart-
ment. In addition to their initial training, the firefighters
attend drills twice a month and the department holds
monthly meetings.
The department is 28 members strong. In addition to
drills and training the department is also active in the
schools and the community providing fire prevention
training.
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Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
Grades 9-12 ~ 1825 16th St. E., Glencoe ~ 320-864-2400
Panther Field House/Community Education
1825 16th St. E., Glencoe ~ 320-864-2690
Early Childhood Learning Center
ECFE, SR Preschool, and ECSE ~ 320-864-2681
1621 E. 16th St., Glencoe
Paul Sparby, 7-12 Principal ~ 320-864-2401
PSparby@gsl.k12.mn.us
Bill Butler, K-6 Principal ~ 320-864-2666
BButler@gsl.k12.mn.us
Dan Svoboda, Assistant 7-12 Principal
320-864-2456 ~ DSvoboda@gsl.k12.mm.us
Diane Schultz, Assistant Elementary Principal
DSchultz@gsl.k12.mn.us ~ 320-864-2500
Michelle Sander, Business Manager ~ 320-864-2496 ~ MSander@gsl.k12.mn.us
ADMI NI S T R AT I ON
Christopher Sonju, Superintendent of Schools ~ 320-864-2498 ~ CSonju@gsl.k12.mn.us
Glencoe-Silver Lake Public Schools
I N D E P E N D E N T S C H O O L DI S T R I C T #2 8 5 9
“It’s a great day to be a Panther!”
SCHOOL FACI L I T I ES
Helen Baker Elementary School
Grades K through 2 ~ 320-864-2666
405 16th St. E., Glencoe
Lakeside Elementary School
Grades 3-6 ~ 320-864-2500
229 Lake Ave., Silver Lake
Lincoln Junior High School
Grades 7-8 ~ 320-864-2455
1621 E. 16th St., Glencoe
District Office ~ 320-864-2491
Proudly serving the communities of Biscay, Brownton, Glencoe, New Auburn, Plato, and Silver Lake
SCHOOL BOAR D
Clark Christianson, Chairperson
Jamie Alsleben, Vice Chairperson
Anne Twiss, Clerk
Kevin Kuester, Treasurer
Jason Lindeman, Director
Donna VonBerge, Director
MI S S I ON ST AT EMENT
Creating an environment where
education is valued, excellence is
expected and lifelong learning thrives.
VI S I ON
“To Connect. To Lead. To Inspire.”
Visit us on the web at www.gsl.k12.mn.us
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Jamie Alsleben
320 Edgewood Drive, Glencoe
864-8242 (home)
Clark Christianson
310 Wacker Drive, Glencoe
864-6227 (home)
Jason Lindeman
5650 Oday Ave., Brownton
328-5976 (home)
Donna VonBerge
12325 Zero Ave., Norwood Young America
238-2315 (home)
Anne Twiss
208 W. 18th St., Glencoe
864-3625 (home)
Kevin Kuester
13082 110th St.
Glencoe
864- 6477 (home)
Chris Sonju, superintendent
Lincoln Junior High School
864-2498
Michelle Sander, business manager
Lincoln Jr. High School
864-2496
Paul Sparby, principal
Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
864-2401
Bill Butler, principal
Helen Baker Elementary
864-2677
Diane Schultz, assistant principal
Lakeside Elementary
864-2501
Dean Schwirtz, activities director
864-2402 (high school)
Transportation
864-3032 (bus garage)
Tina Schauer, Community Education
864-2696
Alicia Beste, ECFE/School Readiness
864-2681
Central office, 864-2499; Fax: 864-6320
High school, 864-2400; Fax: 864-6475
Activities line, 864-2444
Lakeside, 864-2500; Fax: 327-3122
Activities line, 864-2555
Lincoln Elementary, 864-2455; Fax: 864-2475
Attendance line, 864-2488
Helen Baker Elementary, 864-2666; Fax 864-2682
Attendance line, 864-2688
Glencoe-Silver Lake Community Education,
864-2960; Fax: 864-2695
Panther Field House, 864-2690; Fax: 864-2695
Early Childhood/Family Education, 864-2681
District School Nurse, 864-2446
School Counselor, 864-2406
School liaison officer, 864-2473
Adult Farm Management, 864-2461; Fax: 864-2477
GSL School District 2859
Administration
GSL School information
Glencoe-Silver Lake Lakeside Elementary School, located on Lake Avenue.
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GSL: Continues to excel at many levels
The Glencoe-Silver Lake (GSL)
School District continues to offer a
formidable number of opportunities
for its students.
Silver Lake is one of six communi-
ties — Biscay, Glencoe, New Auburn,
Plato and Brownton are the others —
whose preschool, school-aged and
adult populations are served by Glen-
coe-Silver Lake School District 2859.
Consolidated in 1996 from the for-
mer Silver Lake School
District 425 and the Glen-
coe School District 422,
GSL School District 2859
also consolidated with the
former Brownton School
District after Brownton
and Stewart dissolved
McLeod West Public
Schools in 2009.
GSL provides a quality
array of academic, co-cur-
ricular, extracurricular, so-
cial, recreational and com-
munity programs and ser-
vices to over 1,700 stu-
dents in grades P-K-12.
The current grade level
configuration of the
school district remains
Pre-K-2, 3-6, 7-8, 9-12
with educational program-
ming located in four facilities. Helen
Baker Elementary (Glencoe) houses
the district’s preschool and K-2 stu-
dents, while Lakeside Elementary
(Silver Lake) serves all district stu-
dents in grades 3-6. Lincoln Junior
High (Glencoe), grade 7-8 youngsters,
and Glencoe-Silver Lake High School
(Glencoe), grade 9-12 students, are lo-
cated on a common site, along with
the multipurpose Panther Field House,
a newer outdoor athletic complex in
northeast Glencoe, and an early child-
hood/preschool addition near the Lin-
coln Junior High.
The school district is governed by a
six-member school board which meets
monthly (typically on the second
Monday) in the media center at Glen-
coe-Silver Lake High School at 1825
E. 16th St., Glencoe.
GSL’s teaching, specialist, support
and administrative staffs are dedicated
to providing quality programs and ser-
vices to the preschool, school-aged
and adult populations.
Staff in-service training and curricu-
lum development ensures the school
district’s staff employs “best instruc-
tional practices and current curricular
(subject) content.”
Christopher Sonju is school superin-
tendent. Providing other leadership are
principals, Bill Butler, Helen Baker
Elementary; Diane Schultz, Lakeside
Elementary; Paul Sparby, GSL High
School; Alicia Beste, director of ECFE
and pre-school; Jeff Jenson, director
of technology and information sys-
tems; and Tina Schauer, director of
community education/Panther Field
House coordinator.
GSL has a strong reputation among
school districts in central Minnesota
for providing an appealing array of
programs and services, including
school-aged childcare; learning readi-
ness and ECFE programming; all
day/every day kindergarten; and ex-
cellent programs and services at all or-
ganizational levels.
The school district’s instructional
programming is comprehensive in its
design, preparing students for entry
into the world of work, post-secondary
technical college training, or universi-
ty study, as personal goals
and interests may dictate.
Course offerings at
GSL High School are
found in 12 subject matter
disciplines, including
agricultural education, art,
business, English, family
and consumer science, in-
dustrial technology, math-
ematics, music, physical
education and health, sci-
ence, social studies, and
world languages. Qualify-
ing students at the high
school level may partici-
pate in the “College in the
Classroom” courses,
which offer dual (both
high school and
college/university) credit.
The district also offers
students a progressive technology pro-
gram.
Extracurricular and co-curricular
programs and events, as well as a
broad range of academic, club and
leadership competitions, enhance the
physical, intellectual and social devel-
opment of the district’s students.
GSL’s commitment to academic excellence is evidenced in
its Knowledge Bowl teams: in 2015, three teams qualified for
the state competition; one copped the championship, and
the other two placed eighth and 12th, respectively.
Among activities offered at GSL High School is mock trial, which allows
budding jurists to hone their legal skills in real-life courtrooms in front of
actual Minnesota District Court judges.
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Fire Department reaches 125 years of service
The Silver Lake Fire De-
partment has reached its
125th year of service to the
city and the surrounding
townships, forming in 1890,
when the city itself was just
a year old.
Not much is known about
the very early years of the
department’s history, with
the first written records of
the organization being dated
1898. According to the 1941
reminiscing of five remain-
ing members of the pre-20th
century department, mem-
bers in 1898 included F.A.
Stibal, the first remembered
chief; Joe H. Phillipi, a sec-
retary; John Vojta, a second
elected chief; J.J. Mikesh, a
pioneer merchant and likely
the first elected treasurer;
John Krejci, an early secre-
tary; and Wencel Chalup-
sky, John B. Jerabek, Wen-
cel Dubisar, Thomas Sherin,
Jos. H. Lhotka, Vincent
Halva, Joseph Halva, T.W.
Hovorka, Joseph Zrust and
Anton Trutna.
Some minutes were re-
tained from 1900 and 1901,
but after that there was no
recorded minutes to be
found until 1921, when As-
sistant Chief Jos. Chalupsky
called a meeting to reorga-
nize the department. And
that it did: committees were
formed to draft rules and
bylaws, inventory equip-
ment and to figure out a
more efficient alarm system.
The department met
weekly until it accom-
plished all its appointed
tasks. At its final meeting
after reorganization, an
election of officers was
held, but no one cared to
step up and be the chief.
According to the McLeod
County History book ac-
count, which was written
and compiled by W.O. Mer-
rill, was turned down by
candidate after candidate.
“Then, according to the
records, Joe Lowy came to
the meeting and before he
could get his coat off, he
was elected chief like no-
body’s business, and that
cleared the situation.”
Following is a list of
those who have served as
the chief of the department,
from available records:
Joseph Lowy, 1921-22;
Joseph Kaminsky, 1923-26;
George B. Chalupsky, 1927-
1932; Will J. Halva, 1933-
1940; Wilbert Merrill,
1941-1949; Pat Taylor,
1950-1951; Wilbert Merrill,
1951-1953; Leo Kacz-
marek, 1954-1955; Edward
Wawrzyniak, 1956-1985;
Gene Wawrzyniak, 1985-
2010; and Dale Kosek, 2011
to the present.
A new fire hall was built
under Chief Edward
Wawrzyniak’s tenure, and
the fire department contin-
ues to improve both its
training and its equipment.
Most recently, the City
Council approved the re-
placement of a tanker truck
for the department.
The 2015 department ros-
ter includes:
Dale Kosek, chief; Darrel
Kaczmarek, assistant chief;
Joe Ebert, secretary; Tim
Grenke (EMT), Kyle
Wawrzyniak, Brian Nemec,
Mike Posusta, Gary Jerabek
and Keith Anderson, train-
ing officers; and Mike
Boyer (accountability offi-
cer), Wade Dolezal, Darren
Dummer, Jay Hoese, Nolan
Johnson, Ryan Kaczmarek,
Dan Kieser, Todd Konen,
Jon Marvan, Ron Posusta,
Bryan Posusta, Bill
Schauer, Joey Schauer, Jen
Venier, Kerry Venier, Eric
Inselman and Jared Brecht,
firefighters.
Plans are to celebrate the
department’s 125th anniver-
sary on June 27 in the Silver
Lake Auditorium parking
lot (the event will be moved
into the auditorium in case
of rain).
Gates open at 4 p.m., and
there will be car extrication
and kitchen grease fire
demonstrations from 4 p.m.
to 8 p.m. Entertainment by
the Highliners will be from
8 p.m. to midnight, and
burgers will be served from
4 p.m. to midnight.
The department is holding
a raffle in conjunction with
the celebration.
The fire department was once housed in the original
Silver Lake village hall.
Pictured above is the current fire hall on Main Street,
which was built in 1960.
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Silver Lake is known for
its wealth of activities, from
St. Patrick’s Day parades,
bean bag tournaments, and
ice golf to Dairy Day,
“Rock ‘n’ Roll” wrestling,
and Music in the Park.
But the city is most fa-
mous for its annual town
celebration, Pola-Czesky
Days, a three-day event cel-
ebrating the community’s
rich Polish and Czechoslo-
vakian roots.
The history of the cele-
bration is a bit foggy —
some sources date the be-
ginning of the celebration to
1969 and, in other instances,
some indicate that the event
started in 1975, and that was
the year the celebration was
“revived.”
That year, churches and
organizations throughout
the town received letters
asking for representatives to
create a planning commit-
tee.
A three-day format was
chosen, with a Friday
evening introduction to the
celebration, the crowning of
the royalty on Saturday, and
a grand parade on Sunday.
Since, the schedule has
changed a bit, but still main-
tains much tradition.
Today, the event still
kicks off on a Friday
evening with toilet bowl
races, and on Saturday, the
day is filled with a “kiddie
parade,” “kiddie” games, a
flea market, tractor pull,
street dance, and Queen’s
Ball.
On Sunday, the big day
starts with the grand parade
at 1 p.m. along Main Street,
and after the parade, the
royalty are crowned, with a
street dance to follow.
Pola-Czesky Days but-
tons have been sold every
year since 1976, becoming
collector items for many.
Other activities of Pola-
Czesky Days include a
Polka Mass, softball and
kickball tournaments, car
shows, and history “round-
table” discussions.
There also is a variety of
food sold at the celebration,
including pork chops, chick-
en, hamburgers with fried
onions, hot dogs, cheese
curds, malts, mini donuts,
and more.
The Pola-Czesky celebra-
tion runs the first full week-
end in August every year.
The Pola-Czesky queen pageant is one of the high-
lights of the annual community celebration. The 2014
royalty included, from left, junior princess Katelyn
Fiecke, ambassadors Jenna Lokensgard, Cortney
Konen and Brooke Noeldner, and junior princess
Meadow Askerud.
Pola-Czesky Days in Silver Lake
Kiddie parade.
Toilet bowl races.
Grand parade.
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Non-Denominational
Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor
300 Cleveland Street, Silver Lake, MN
(Next to the City Water Tower)
Phone: 320-327-2352
http://silverlakechurch.org
Listen to our First Light Radio broadcast Sundays
7:30-8:00 a.m. on KARP 106.9 FM
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship
10:35 a.m. Year-round Sunday School
7 p.m. Wednesday Evening Services
Mission Conferences • Wild Game Feed • Men’s Bible Study!
Unique Outreaches! • Women’s Fall Salad Luncheon • Rally Day!
Motorcycle Sunday • Outdoor Club • Women’s Bible Study
Home of The Living Water Puppets
Centershot Archery Ministry ... and much more!
* Sea Side Service at Swan Lake 2nd Sunday in
June (Hear a message preached from a boat!)
* Attend Vacation Bible School in July! Check
our Web site for exact dates.
* Look for our float and then stop in for a FREE
ice-cream cone in the city park after the
Pola-Czesky Parade!
* Visit our booth at the McLeod County Fair in August!
“For it is by grace you have been saved” (Ephesians 2:8a)
Grace Bible Church
Holy Family Catholic Church
700 Main St. W., Silver Lake, Mn 55381
Rev. Anthony Stubeda, Pastor
Rev. Paul Schumacher, Associate Pastor
Rev. Cornelius Ezeiloaku, Associate Pastor
Saturday Mass, 4:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m. & 8:00 p.m.
320-327-2356
E-mail: office@holyfamilysilverlake.org
Website: www.holyfamilysilverlake.org
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Silver Lake area churches
Holy Family Catholic Faith Presbyterian
Grace Bible Church
Assembly of God
RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY
OF GOD
20924 State Hwy. 7 W.
Hutchinson
Dr. Lee Allison, pastor
Sunday worship, 8:30 a.m.
& 10:30 a.m.
320-587-2074
Fax: 320-587-7407
E-mail: assembly@river-
sidehutch.org
Website: www.riverside
hutch.org
Non-
Denominational
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH
300 Cleveland Ave. SW,
Silver Lake
Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor
Sunday Worship, 9:30 a.m.
320-327-2352
Website:
silverlakechurch.org
WORD OF LIFE
CHURCH
950 School Rd. S.W.,
Hutchinson
Jim and Sheree Hall, pastors
Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m.
Wednesday worship, 7 p.m.
Website: www.wordoflife
churchmn.com
320-587-9443
Baptist
BEREAN BAPTIST
727 E. 16th St., Glencoe
Jonathan Pixler, pastor
Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m.
320-864-6113
www.glencoechurch.org
SHALOM BAPTIST
1215 Roberts Rd. S.W.
Hutchinson
Rick Stapleton, Senior
pastor
Adam Krumrie, worship
pastor
Tami Smithee, Student
ministries
Sunday worship, 9 a.m. and
10:30 a.m.
320-587-2668
Fax: 320-587-4290
Website: www.shalom
baptist.org
Catholic
HOLY FAMILY
CATHOLIC CHURCH
710 Main St. W,
Silver Lake
Rev. Anthony Stubeda, Pas-
tor
Rev. Paul Schumacher and
Rev. Cornelius Ezeiloaka,
Associate Pastors
Saturday Mass, 4 p.m.
Sunday Mass, 8 a.m. & 8
p.m.
320-327-2356
E-mail: office@
holyfamilysilverlake.org
Website: www.holy
familysilverlake.org
Church of Jesus
Christ of the
Latter-day Saints
770 School Rd., Hutchinson
Kenneth Rand, Branch
President
Sunday worship, 11:40 a.m.
320-587-5665
Lutheran-
ELCA
BETHEL LUTHERAN
77 Lincoln Ave. N, Lester
Prairie
Sunday worship, 9 a.m.
320-395-2125
E-mail: bethellp@
embarqmail.com
Website: www.lpbethel.org
Presbyterian
FAITH PRESBYTERIAN
108 W. Main St.,
Silver Lake
Mark Ford, Pastor
Sunday worship, 10 a.m.
320-327-2452
Fax 320-327-6562
E-mail: faithfriends@
embarqmail.com
United Church
of Christ
FIRST CONGREGATION
UNITED CHURCH OF
CHRIST
31 Fourth Ave. S.W.,
Hutchinson
Cindy Mueller, interim pastor
Sunday worship, 10:15 a.m.
320-587-2125
E-mail: congoucc@
hutchtel.net
Website: www.uccwebsites
.net/firstcongucchutchinson
mn.html
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Every summer, the Bruce Maresh
Aquatic Center continues to be the cen-
ter point for Silver Lake recreation.
The Aquatic Center and surrounding
recreational area is located near the
northwest shore of Silver Lake. The
area features a softball field, volleyball,
tennis and basketball courts, horseshoe
pits and playground.
The Aquatic Center features a beach-
style entry children’s area with play
features, a 20-foot water slide and div-
ing board, as well as an attached picnic
shelter. The Silver Lake Pool and Parks
Organization continues to raise money
for improvements to the area and, in
2015, will be adding two “funbrellas,”
a 20-foot by 70-foot expansion to its
pool deck, and two new children’s fix-
tures, a frog and a turtle that spray
water. Total improvements will cost
about $16,000.
Currently, Teresa Kuester and
Gary Kosek, coordinators for
swimming pool activities, are in the
process of developing a new pool
schedule that will not only cater to
children and young adults, but senior
citizens as well.
Kuester and Kosek have arranged a
swimming schedule that will offer des-
ignated pool time in the mornings for
senior citizens, lap swim, and swim
club. “We’re hoping to get more se-
niors to use the pool,” Kuester said.
She explained that this allows seniors
“quiet time” in the pool and it gives
them the opportunity to swim with
their peers.
Kuester creates a
monthly schedule for
the pool that offers
specific times for
each pool activity.
“Everybody is so
proud of the aquatic
center. And they
should be,” she said. “It has a small-
town atmosphere and that’s key.”
The aquatics center was named for
the late Bruce Maresh, who started the
drive for a new pool and formed the
Silver Lake Pool and Parks Organiza-
tion in 2002. There also is a concession
stand and security lighting at the bath
house.
The city of Silver Lake hires a man-
ager to run it, and it has Red Cross cer-
tified life guards. All the admissions
collected go to the city for operation of
the facility.
Maresh Aquatic Center in Silver Lake
The Silver Lake pool, which is called
the Bruce Maresh Aquatic Center,
opened in 2006. It offers a zero-entry to
3-foot deep pool and a 3-foot deep to
10.5-foot deep pool with a diving board
and tube slide. Also located in the
recreational area are horseshoe pits
and a baseball field.
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Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club
Purpose: To improve hunting and fishing opportunities
around the Silver Lake area, and at the same time conserve
our natural resources for future generations.
Founded: 1948.
Meetings: Fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
clubhouse at Swan Lake sanctuary.
Activities: Operates and maintains a clubhouse, sanctuary
and aeration system all near Swan Lake; annual clean-up
around shores of Swan Lake; hold annual fund raisers, in-
cluding turtle soup feed; and sell sportsmen’s burgers during
Pola Czesky Days.
Membership: 13 officers, 150 members.
Officers: Bernie Koktan Jr., president; Dale Wraspir, secre-
tary; Todd Syvertson, treasurer; and 10 directors.
Memberships can be purchased from any Silver Lake busi-
ness or at the annual turtle soup feed for $15 a year or $150
for lifetime.
Contact: Bernie Koktan Jr., 320-327-0166.
Pola Czesky Days Committee
Purpose: Coordinate annual city celebration.
Founded: 1970.
Meetings: January through September, last Monday of each
month, 7 p.m. in Silver lake Auditorium.
Activities: All arrangements necessary to put on Pola-
Czesky Days, a three-day celebration honoring Polish and
Czechoslovakian ancestry in Silver Lake.
Membership: One member of every city organization that is
involved in the event.
Officers: Cory Fouquette, chairman; Bev Hoffmann, vice
chair.
Contact: Cory Fouquette, 612-328-3284.
GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club
Purpose: GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club is a nonprofit
organization which addresses the diverse needs of the com-
munity and world. We promote education, preserving natur-
al resources, encourage healthy lifestyles, work on behalf of
the elderly and people with disabilities, and advocate for is-
sues concerning women, children and families, and support
participation in the arts.
Activities: Club projects and programs address a wide range
of issues: support the school by donating funds for library
books and special education needs and providing a Teacher
& Staff Appreciation Tea during American Education Week;
donate time and funds in planting flowers by the auditorium;
organize and help with the Silver Lake Winter Festival; pro-
vide a meal and entertainment for the senior citizen apart-
ments; organize the Pola-Czesky Days Kiddie Parade; serve
food at Music in the Park; hold a bake sale in the citywide
sales; help with the Thanksgiving meal; Christmas projects
for the Silver Lake Dining Site and Silver Lake senior citi-
zens, plus many other activities within the community. We
also make donations to McLeod Alliance for Victims of Do-
mestic Violence, Guatemala Mission Group, and McLeod
Emergency Food Shelf and Cedar Crest Estates of Silver
Lake. We are also very involved in Operation Smile, the Na-
tional GFWC project.
Meetings: Every fourth Monday of the month during Sep-
tember through May, at the Silver Lake American Legion
Club room at 6:30 p.m. with coffee and dessert and meeting
at 7 p.m. Each meeting features a speaker or activity.
Membership: Area women of all ages and professions are
invited to join.
Contact: Call 327-2783 or 327-2249.
Silver Lake
Enhancement Association
Purpose: To better our lake and community.
Founded: 2004.
Members: Over 25 members.
Officers: Gerald Quast and Bruce Bebo, co-chairs.
Memberships are $10 per individual (over 18 years) and free
(under 18).
Contact: Bruce Bebo, 327-3157.
Silver Lake area clubs and organizations
Silver Lake organizations
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Silver Lake Lions
Purpose: To serve the community through volunteerism and
support the Lions International programs.
Founded: Chartered Sep. 26, 1966.
Meetings: First and third Thursdays, 7 p.m., at Silver Lake
Legion
Activities: See advertisement on page 4.
Members: 50+ members. Officers are elected annually and
take office in July.
Contact: Silver Lake Lions, P.O. Box 451, Silver Lake, MN
55381.
Silver Lake Fire Department
Purpose: Fight fires, provide rescue services and First Re-
sponder Services.
Founded: 1889.
Meetings: Drills second and last Mondays and meeting on
last Monday each month.
Activities: Established/set up gambling (pull tabs) to help
fund the procurement of trucks and fire rescue equipment.
Members: 30. Officers are Dale Kosek, chief; Darrel Kacz-
marek, assistant chief; Wade Dolezal, secretary; training of-
ficers, Brian Nemec, Kerry Venier, Kyle Wawrzyniak, Tim
Grenke, Mike Posusta.
How to join: Contact a member.
Contact: Dale Kosek, 327-2860.
Crow River Sno Pros Inc.
Purpose: To have snowmobile trails in McLeod County;
keep trails groomed and set up trails in the fall; take down
trails in the spring.
Founded: October 1986.
Meetings: First Tuesday of the month at Major Avenue Hunt
Club.
Activities: Donate to area schools, police and fire depart-
ments; hold picnic in July for landowners where trails cross;
hold vintage sled show and swap meet in March; give out
scholarships.
Members: About 100. Officers for 2013-14: Kyle Strobel,
president; Chester Kiekhafer, vice president; Bob Kuttner,
treasurer; Brian Wosmek, secretary; board members, Ball
Mathews, Ken Mathews, Luke Runke, & Roger Wersal.
Memberships: Due by Sept. 1.
Contact: Crow River Sno Pros, P.O. Box 123, Hutchinson,
MN 55350; or email crowriversnopros@broadband-mn.com
Silver Lake Ambulance
Purpose: Provide ambulance service to city of Silver Lake
and surrounding townships.
Founded: 1970.
Meetings: Second Thursday of each month in Silver Lake
Auditorium.
Members: 15 EMTs. Officers: Duane Wawrzyniak, chief;
Christine Wawrzyniak, assistant chief; Terri Caughron, sec-
retary; Ashley Ardolf-Mason, training officer; Adrianne
Entinger, training officer.
Memberships: Must be a Minnesota-certified EMT; ambu-
lance service pays tuition costs for EMT class.
Contact: City hall at 327-2412.
Silver Lake Senior Citizens Club
Purpose: To promote the welfare of all people 60 and older
in the Silver Lake community and surrounding area.
Founded: Nov. 22, 1965, with 20 members meeting at the
public school.
Meeting dates: Second Monday of the month, 1 p.m., at the
Silver Lake Auditorium.
Activities: Meet once a month, county senior citizens picnic,
Christmas party, senior day at the county fair, quarterly
county meeting.
How to join: $5 per year; must be 60 years of age, not just
from Silver Lake city, but from the surrounding community.
Officers: Margaret Benz, president; Joanne Victorian, vice
president; Tony Victorian, secretary/treasurer.
Contact: Margaret Benz, 327-2249; Tony and Joanne Victo-
rian, 327-2344.
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Silver Lake organizations
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Knights of Columbus
Mother Cabrini Council 1841
Purpose: A Catholic, family, fraternal organization dedicated
to values and faith of the Roman Catholic Church. It is com-
prised of Catholic men, who with the involvement of our
families, provide support for the church, our families, our
community and our youth through charity, unity, fraternity
and patriotism.
Founded: May 12, 1916.
Meetings: Third Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in Holy Family
Catholic Church basement, Silver Lake. Currently 172 mem-
bers.
Projects: Service projects to strengthen and aid the Catholic
church, our families, our youth, such as: awards banquet, KC
family picnic, Pola-Czesky Days float, Pola Czesky Days
Polka Mass, Pola-Czesky Days cheese curd stand, Holy
Family bazaar tent set up, marathon for non-public educa-
tion, lead the rosary before Mass, Masses and rosaries for
deceased members of the Holy Family parish, religious
Christmas card sales, fruit baskets for shut-ins, Christmas
radio ads, Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest, family
Christmas party, Blue Mass, free throw contest, turtle soup
feed, Mass servers bowling, pro-life pancake breakfast, fish
fry, Tootsie Roll drive, pro-life billboards, birthright ads,
paper drives supporting community events, seminarian
grants, GSL High School scholarships, ladies night and fam-
ily night meeting; insurance available for members and their
families, donations to Holy Family religious education class-
es, support and volunteer at Holy Family Catholic Church,
support parish education programs, donations to high school
students and activities, support a variety or organizations
that support our community, and much more.
Memberships: $20 a year; contact any officer or member for
more information.
Contact: Bob Penas, 320-327-2122 or bobpenas@wildblue-
coop.com; Silver Lake K of C 1841, P.O. Box 93, Silver
Lake, MN 55381-0093.
Central Minnesota
Two-Cylinder Club
Purpose: Dedicated to the restoration and preservation of an-
tique John Deere two-cylinder tractors, their accessories,
lore and literature, and the special place John Deere holds in
America’s agricultural heritage. The club has members from
at least seven counties.
Founded:1988. The club received its charter on April 22,
1989, and was the first chapter organized in Minnesota.
Activities: Since the beginning, club members participated
in and displayed tractors and equipment at: the National
Two-Cylinder Expo, the Minneapolis Branch House 100th
anniversary celebration, Farmfest, North American Farm and
Power Show, and area threshing shows and parades. Mem-
bers provide assistance at the NTPA tractor pull in Hutchin-
son and, with members of other clubs, organize the antique
farm equipment display and antique tractor pull at the
McLeod County Fair.
Meetings: First Monday (second Monday in September.), 8
p.m., usually at the Silver Lake Legion. Some meetings are
held at members’ homes to be able to view their collections.
Officers: Rick Reiner, president, 320-587-5823 or 320-583-
8054; Chris Johnson, vice president, 320-848,2448; Gerald
Konerza, secretary, 320-327-2488; Gary Ahlbrecht, histori-
an, 320-328-5587; Margie Kritzeck, editor, 612-720-0583;
Cindy Pieper, membership chairman, 320-864-4484.
Membership: Membership dues are $20 per member per
year. To join send your membership dues to the membership
chairman, Cindy Pieper, 11606 155th St., Glencoe, MN
55336.
Silver Lake Dining Site
Purpose: Provide a nutritional meal for senior citizens as
well as an opportunity to socialize and play cards, bingo, etc.
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Founded: 1993.
Meeting dates: Monday through Friday, starts at 10:30 a.m.;
dinner at 11:30 a.m., and the senior council meets the third
Thursday of the month at the Silver Lake Auditorium.
Activities: Cards, bingo, dice games, music, observe birth-
days and snacks.
Officers: Senior council is made up of five members.
Contact: Silver Lake Dining Site (320) 327-2621. Site man-
ager is Pearl Branden, 327-2536. Delivery to homebound
available. Delivery to home bound available. Call for reser-
vation one day in advance.
Silver Lake Civic Association
Purpose: A nonprofit organization promoting activities for
residents of the Silver Lake area, friendships and fellowship
of its members, and enhancement of the community through
various projects.
Founded: 1977.
Meeting dates: Third Monday of the month.
Activities: Easter party, sandbox fill, pillow cleaning, flower
boxes for city, senior citizens’ dinner, park and recreation
program, swimming pool, bean bag tournaments, toilet bowl
races, supporting Tim Orth Foundation, GSL Close-Up, GSL
Robotics and other various programs.
Membership dues: $10 annually.
Memberships: 36 members. Membership is open to men and
women in the area.
Contact: Shari Schultz, 320-327-2763.
American Legion Post 141
Purpose: Fostering a strong national security, taking care of
veterans, mentoring the youth of our nation, promoting patri-
otism and honor.
Founded: Oct. 13, 1919.
Meeting dates: Third Monday of the month, 7 p.m., at Le-
gion Post.
Activities/Donations: Veteran donations; city of Silver Lake:
Fire department, ambulance, Thanksgiving and winter festi-
vals, summer recreation, pool and parks, senior dining, lake
enhancement, Christmas festivities; GSL: After prom party,
Close-Up program, page program, military history class, ro-
botics, two college scholarships, two nursing scholarships;
Guatemala Mission Group; First Presbyterian: depression re-
search, young adult summer camp; McLeod Emergency
Food Shelf; kids’ gun training (food and supplies).
Officers: John Otteson, commander; Tom Zanoth, 1st vice
commander; Ron Paggen, 2nd vice commander; Gary Mal-
lak, adjutant.
Memberships: $30 per year. Contact any Legion member for
application.
Contact: Silver Lake American Legion, 320-237-2404;
www.silverlakepost141.org.
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Candace’s Daycare
Candace Pierson, 211 Summit Ave., Silver Lake, 320-434-
0408
Heather’s Lil’ Sunshines
Heather Stockmann, 218 Center St., Silver Lake, 320-510-
2059
Michele’s Day Care
Michele Ebert, 108 Century Lane, Silver Lake, 327-2834
Little Friends Daycare
Sandy Heuer, 217 Frank St. NE, Silver Lake, 327-2756
Little Hugs Day Care
Stacy Anderson, 640 Grand Ave., Silver Lake, 327-3067
Silver Lake area
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Faith Presbyterian Church
Grace Bible Church
Holy Family Catholic
Church
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American Legion Park
Corner Stone Park
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Rumrill/Tschimperle Field
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Silver Lake, in conjunction with the
cities of Hutchinson and Winsted, the
Minnesota Department of Natural Re-
sources (DNR), and McLeod County,
is working on improving the quality of
the Luce Line State Trail.
The three cities, the county and the
DNR have all contributed funds in
hopes of luring bonding funding from
the Minnesota Legislature. Those ef-
forts have proved to be successful, as
the trail will finally be paved this year
from Winsted at the eastern end of
McLeod County to Cedar Mills, west
of Hutchinson in Meeker County.
Silver Lake City Clerk Kerry Venier
said that the city of Silver Lake con-
tributed $10,000 to the project; Winst-
ed, $100,000; Hutchinson, $750,000;
McLeod County, $500,000, and the
DNR, $500,000. Those commitments
helped attract $1.732 million from the
state Legislature during its last bonding
session.
Venier said work on the trail will
begin as soon as spring weight restric-
tions are lifted and heavy equipment
can be brought into the area. It is hoped
the paving will be completed by Au-
gust 2015.
Currently, the Luce Line Trail con-
sists of crushed gravel, and can be used
for biking, hiking, horseback riding,
mountain biking, snowmobiling, and
skiing.
The trail, which is a 63-mile-long
former railroad track that runs from the
Twin Cities west past Cosmos, stretch-
es across varied landscapes of metro-
politan and rural Minnesota.
It is a preserved strip of countryside
alive with many varieties of plants and
animals.
Rolling stands of
sugar maple and bass-
wood, along with many
colorful plants can be
found in the east. West
of Hutchinson, the
woods give way to rem-
nants of the tall-grass
prairie, with many
prairie plants still visi-
ble.
The trail is also home
to much wildlife, includ-
ing deer, fox, mink,
owls, and pheasants.
The many adjacent lakes
also support habitats for
ducks and geese.
With the state bonding
bill monies, the trail will
be paved with a bitumi-
nous surfacing material,
which will provide a su-
perior surface for bik-
ing, rollerblading, walk-
ing, jogging, cross-
country skiing, and
snowmobiling.
Venier said that Silver
Lake businesses that
abut the trail, and those
in other communities as well, “are ex-
cited for the opportunity this will bring
for their businesses” in new customers.
The Luce Line Trail has been under
the control of the Department of Natur-
al Resources (DNR) since 1976, and its
“master plan” for the trail, written in
1998, has identified a large portion of
this section to be paved to accommo-
date local needs.
The paved 10-foot wide trail section
would run approximately 25 miles
from Winsted to Cedar Mills. Besides
providing a variety of uses for nonmo-
torized recreational activities, the trail
also would accommodate snowmobile
traffic and provide parallel sections to
facilitate horseback riding.
Key benefits of the plan include:
• Safer alternate routes for exercise
and commuting.
• Increased options for physical ac-
tivity to promote healthier lifestyles for
adults, children, and families.
• Valuable means to connect users
with nature and the environment.
• More opportunities for “trail con-
nectivity” and use between communi-
ties.
Within Silver Lake, the city and or-
ganizations, such as the Silver Lake
Lake Enhancement Association, have
been working to make the trail system
more “user friendly” by installing
benches along Silver Lake, and creat-
ing a dirt trail in front of Cedar Crest
Estate in Silver Lake, complete with a
fishing pier.
Luce Line Trail offers a variety of recreation
The Luce Line Trail, a 63-mile recreation trail from
Plymouth to Cosmos is used for walking, biking,
horseback riding and snowmobiling.
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Silver Lake’s history can
be traced back to nearly the
beginning of McLeod Coun-
ty itself, according to infor-
mation published in Silver
Lake’s 1989 centennial
book.
Settlement of the area
began in the 1850s after the
Minnesota Territory was ac-
quired from the Sioux with
the Treaty of Traverse Des
Sioux in 1851.
In spring 1855, a party of
men consisting of Martin
McLeod, Col. J.H. Stevens
and others explored the area
and founded the town of
Glencoe, now the county
seat. At about the same time,
the three Hutchinson broth-
ers chose a sport northwest
of Glencoe and established
the city of Hutchinson.
Silver Lake is known for
its Czechoslovakian and Pol-
ish ancestry. The first
Czechs arrived in 1858 and
settled in Rich Valley Town-
ship east of Hutchinson.
Some of the early family
names are still remembered
today — Kasper, Maly and
Navratil.
During the Sioux Uprising
of 1862, the Czech families
banded together at the
Kasper home, built their
own stockade, sent out
scouting parties, continued
to try to harvest their crops
and suffered no casualties
through the ordeal.
The beginning of Silver
Lake (once called Fremont)
probably happened in the
1860s.
Like most communities, a
need for a church and a
cemetery played a role in the
early establishment in the
area.
The Czech Catholics es-
tablished a cemetery at Bear
Creek, about four miles
south of what is now Silver
Lake. Though not much is
known about the Polish mi-
gration into the area, people
of Polish descent built a
Catholic church in the vil-
lage of Silver Lake itself,
with the help of the Czechs,
in about 1879.
The residents of Protestant
descent began to hold reli-
gious services in their
homes. Eventually, they
formed the Czech Evangeli-
cal Reformed Church, final-
ly building a church home in
1881 after a delay caused by
a grasshopper invasion.
Also in 1881, the Silver
Lake townsite was laid out
by pioneers Jan Jerabek, Jan
Totusek and John Mimms,
who were operating a gener-
al store and saw mill. Eight
years later, a petition was
presented to the McLeod
County Board to incorporate
the townsite into a village,
which was granted
Surprisingly, Silver Lake
did not fall to the same fate
as other communities which
were bypassed by the rail-
road.
In 1887, the Minneapolis
Lyndale and Minnetonka
Railroad was built through
to Hutchinson. The railroad
had proposed to come on the
north side of the lake and
through the town, and had
asked for a subvention of
$6,000. But the businessmen
and farmers were unable to
raise this large sum, and the
railroad line was laid on the
south side of the lake. A Mr.
F.D. Fimon, who owned the
land, gave the railroad 60
acres and expected a town to
spring up. This future town
was often referred to as
South Chicago, although it
was rumored that a town of
“Fimon” was platted. But to
most people, it was simply
known as South Silver Lake.
A side track and a few stores
were built, but the land was
low and swampy and not de-
sirable, and eventually South
Silver Lake faded away.
The churches have always
played an important part in
Silver Lake’s history. The
Czech and Polish Catholics
worshiped together until
1894, when Father Jiranek, a
Bohemian priest in charge of
the Polish church, took steps
to establish a Czech congre-
gation. The following year,
the Church of St. Joseph was
built and Father Jaroslav
Cermak became its first pas-
tor. A parochial school was
established in 1930.
The Polish Church of St.
Adalbert also founded a
parochial school, much ear-
lier than that of St. Joseph.
The first pastor for the
Protestants was Jan Prucha,
college student. He served
the church in 1887-89, but
then returned to his theologi-
cal studies.
Later, dissension resulted
in some members of the
Czech Evangelical Re-
formed Church splitting off
and forming the Free Re-
formed Church.
One of the oldest organi-
zations in the area was the
Bohemian Reading and Edu-
cational Society, founded in
1876, and which had its own
building halfway between
Silver Lake and Hutchinson.
It maintained its own library
of about 1,000 volumes of
Czech books in the fields of
history, politics, literature
and philosophy.
Until 1893, the only pub-
lic schools were rural dis-
tricts, one of which had a
schoolhouse not far from the
village limits.
Then, Independent School
District 38 was organized
and a four-room school-
house was built on the shore
of Silver Lake. In 1912, a
high school department was
organized and graduated its
first class in 1914, with a
total of five members.
The village for many
years also had a bustling
commercial life, with a
brewery, a creamery, and
many others.
Silver Lake history rich with
ethnicity, faith, industrial folks
Silver Lake’s early history included a large variety
of businesses and industries, including a cream-
ery.
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In 2012, the family of
Mileka Hall, a 9-year-old
girl who passed away from
injuries suffered in an ATV
accident, organized the first
“Mileka 5K Run/Walk” in
her memory.
Her mother and father,
JoAnna Hall and Kyle
Wawrzyniak, and sisters
Brianna and Ashley, hope to
organize the event each
year, which is held Mother’s
Day weekend in May, the
w e e k e n d
M i l e k a
passed away
in 2011.
“ Mi l e k a
was always
there to sup-
port me
when I ran
5K races.
She was my
cheering section,” JoAnna
said.
In 2012, the event drew
over 750 people. The event
not only includes a 5K
run/walk, but also a one-
mile “kids’ run.”
“We wanted it to be a
family event, so we are hav-
ing a run for kids, too,”
JoAnna said.
The event also includes a
meal and entertainment,
such as face painting.
Proceeds from the race go
towards scholarships for se-
niors at Dassel-Cokato and
Glencoe-Silver Lake high
schools.
“Mileka was a student at
Dassel-Cokato, but we live
in Silver Lake, and she was
very much involved in the
community here,” JoAnna
said.
Before the races started,
100 pink balloons were re-
leased in Mileka’s honor,
and the race routed along
the pool, Mileka’s home,
the park, and Silver Lake —
a few of her favorite places.
For more information,
visit www.-milekasrun.com.
Mileka 5K Run/Walk Event
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We meet the fourth Thursday
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County parks offer recreation options
Swan Lake Park is located three miles northwest of
Silver Lake along County Road 16. Its 82 acres feature
a picnic shelter, fishing pier, grills, open-space activi-
ties, natural trails, duck pond, large stand of spruce
trees and groomed cross-country ski trails.
The McLeod County park system of-
fers services for everything from an oc-
casional picnic to a full-blown camping
and fishing trip.
There are six parks in the system.
Two of those — Lake Marion Park and
Piepenburg Park — offer camping,
public boat landings, volleyball courts,
softball fields, picnic shelters, showers
and other amenities.
Lake Marion Park is located on the
northeast corner of Lake Marion, north
and west of Brownton. It is served by
U.S. Highway 15.
The 86-acre park opened in spring
1981. The land, which was formerly
home to one of the larger mink ranches
in the United States, was bought in
1975.
The facilities available include two
picnic shelters and grills, a one-mile
hiking trail, a beach (there is no life-
guard on duty), a fishing pier, boat
landing, main shower building, camper
dump station, playground equipment,
volleyball pit and a softball field. Also,
in season, there are groomed cross-
country ski trails.
Lake Marion Park offers campers 36
RV sites and 14 tent sites.
There are many campsites available.
Fees for campers who require electrical
service are $25 a day, $132 per week or
$456 a month.
Fees for campers who do not require
electrical service are $18 a day, $90 a
week or $307 a month.
There is an additional cost for air
conditioning hookups and use of the
camper dumping station.
To make camping reservations, con-
tact the caretaker at 11655 State High-
way 15, Brownton, MN 55312, 320-
328-4479. The camping area is open
May 1 to Oct. 1.
There is a $35 fee to reserve a park
shelter at any of the county parks. Con-
tact the McLeod County Parks Office,
320-484-4334, to make reservations.
On the south edge of Lake Marion is
the Brownton Rod & Gun Club, which
offers a boat landing, a picnic and
beach area, plus a concession stand.
Each Friday night at the clubroom,
there is a steak, pork chop, chicken
breast and pork chop fry. Shrimp also is
available, as well as beverages.
Piepenburg Park is located on the
southeast corner of Belle Lake. From
Hutchinson, go north on Highway 15 to
County Road 60, turn west and contin-
ue for 5 miles.
The park features two picnic shelters
with grills, a red rock trail, a beach (no
lifeguard on duty), a boat landing, a
fishing pier, a main shower building, a
camper dumping station, natural
prairie, playground equipment and
horseshoe pits, volleyball court and
softball field — plus groomed cross-
country ski trails.
The fees for camping and the park
shelter are the same as for Lake Marion
Park. To make reservations, contact the
caretaker, 21104 Belle Lake Road,
Hutchinson, MN 55350, 320-587-2082.
Reservations for the park shelters at
Piepenburg may be made by contacting
the county parks office.
Swan Lake Park is closest to Silver
Lake, located three miles northwest of
Silver Lake on County Road 16, and is
82 acres in size. It features a picnic
shelter, fishing pier, grills, open space
activities, natural trail, duck pond, large
stand of spruce trees and groomed
cross-country trails.
Buffalo Creek Park, three miles
southeast of Glencoe (near the airport),
is a little more than 45 acres and fea-
tures a picnic shelter with tables and
grills, playground equipment, open
space activities, nature trail, duck pond,
a large stand of spruce trees and
groomed cross-country ski trails.
William May Park is located three
miles east of Winsted off of County
Road 85. Seventy-one acres in size, it
features a picnic shelter, tables, grills,
nature trail and a large stand of maple
trees.
Stahl’s Lake Park is located 6-1/2
miles northwest of Hutchinson and is
127 acres in size. It features a picnic
shelter, tables, grills, a boat tile con-
necting French Lake to Stahl’s Lake, a
nature trail, a duck pond, a tree nursery
and groomed cross country ski trails.
The hours at all the parks are from 8
a.m. to sunset.
For additional information, contact
the McLeod County Parks Office locat-
ed at the county fairgrounds in
Hutchinson, 320-484-4334.
Swan Lake Park
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Rental units in the Silver Lake area
Lakeside Manor Apartments
127 Park Ave., Silver Lake
12 one-level living units for 62 years of age and older; partially
subsidized. Social room. Laundry facilities. 320-327-2536
Cedar Crest of Silver Lake
1401 Main St. West, Silver Lake
Two-story building with 40 assisted-living units, with 10 memo-
ry care units. Contact Roz Ewald at 320-327-6577, extension 15,
for more information. Cedarcrestmn.com.
Uptown Apartments
301 Center St., Silver Lake
One- and two-bedroom units; onsite laundry, only pay electric,
rent starting at $425 or 30 percent of income. Call Lou at 888-
625-5573.
Ethel’s Place
1024 Main St. W, Silver Lake
Six two-bedroom townhomes, off-street parking.
Villager Apartments
104 Grove Ave. SE, Silver Lake
One- and two-bedroom units.
Inquire onsite.
Silver Lake LLP Apartments
129 Main St. W, Silver Lake
One- and two-bedroom units.
Call 612-376-9744
McLeod County HRA
Townhomes with attached garages.
Call 320-235-8637.
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Equal opportunity
62 years and older.
Includes heat, water, garbage.
127 Park Ave., Al & Pearl Branden
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McLeod County Parks
1. Buffalo Creek Park
2. Swan Lake Park
3. William May Park
4. Stahls Lake Park
5. Lake Marion Park
6. Piepenburg Park
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Music in the Park is just
one of the many activities
Silver Lake has to offer, and
it is a six-week event known
as a “prelude” to the infa-
mous Silver Lake Pola-
Czesky Days, the town’s
celebration of Polish and
Czechoslovakian heritage.
Music in the Park starts
on the Thursday evening,
six weeks before Pola-
Czesky Days, and continues
each Thursday evening until
Pola-Czesky Days begins.
The event is held at the
Legion Park in Silver Lake,
and is organized by volun-
teers, Ray and Sharon Ban-
das and DeNeil and Lisa
Thompson.
The couples book
bands for each evening,
and organizations serve a
meal each Thursday be-
fore the music begins.
Music ranges from old-
time polka music to the
“Big Band” sound of the
1950s.
Several businesses, orga-
nizations, and individuals
also donate prizes for the
event, and nearly 75 win-
ners are drawn each week.
The event is free and
open to the public. So bring
your friends, a few lawn
chairs, and come enjoy a
hot meal and some good
music!
Music in the Park
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Adult Training & Rehabilitation: Chris-
tine Davis, Glencoe; Nancy Krcil, Glencoe;
Charlotte Knick, Brownton; Cheryl Beilke,
Hutchinson; Gerard Stifter, Winsted;
Richard Schimmel, Mayer; and James
Fahey, Hutchinson.
Board of Adjustment: Curtis Carrigan,
Brownton; Les Engelmann, Plato; Ron
Mickolichek, Silver Lake; Chuck Haus-
laden, Hutchinson; Robert Doerr, Stewart;
Marc Telecky and Larry Gasow, zoning de-
partment.
Board of Health: County commissioners
Ron Shimanski, Doug Krueger, Paul
Wright, Sheldon Nies and Joe Nagel.
Buffalo Creek Watershed managers: Matt
Melberg, Hector; Scott Lang, Buffalo Lake;
Donald Belter, Glencoe; Larry Phillips,
Glencoe; Corey Henke, Stewart.
Crow River Joint Powers Board: Com-
missioner Doug Krueger, McLeod County;
Mike Housman, Meeker County; Paul Set-
zepfandt, Renville County; Jeff Johnson,
Hennepin County; Larry Lindor, Pope
County; Charlie Borrell, Wright County;
Tim Lynch, Carver County; Roger Imdieke,
Kandiyohi County; Joy Cohrs, Sibley Coun-
ty; Jeff Mergen, Stearns County.
Ditch inspector: Roger Berggren,
McLeod County environmentalist.
Ditch committee: David Dostal, Silver
Lake; Larry Phillips, Glencoe; Steve Reiner,
Hutchinson; Francis Svoboda, Hutchinson;
Scott Streich, Stewart; Roger Berggren,
county environmentalist; Cindy Schultz, au-
ditor/treasurer; Christy Christensen, GIS di-
rector.
Environmental Services advisory com-
mittee: Corey Henke, Buffalo Creek Water-
shed; Kevin Lindeman, Brownton; Charles
Mathews, SWCD; Skip Quade, Hutchinson;
Virgil Voigt, Hutchinson; Donald Albrecht,
Brownton; Lee Sundmark, DNR; Adam
Bielke, BWSR; Jeremy Moul, BWSR;
Clayton Schmitz, NRCS; Nathan Winter,
Extension; Ryan Freitag, SWCD; Roger
Berggren, environmentalist.
Extension committee: Marian Filk,
Hutchinson; Scott Streich, Stewart; Sara An-
dersen, Hutchinson; Neal DeMars, Winsted;
Carla Kuehn, Plato; Neal DeMars, Winsted;
Becky Kobow, Hutchinson; Rachel Stender,
Hutchinson; Casey Schulz, Glencoe; Cindy
Schultz, county auditor-treasurer; commis-
sioners Paul Wright and Kermit Terlinden.
Fairgrounds commission: Jerry
Schimelpfenig, Glencoe; Scott Ziegler,
Hutchinson; Tim Ulrich, Hutchinson; Mari-
an Filk, Hutchinson; Jill Grams, Extension
educator; Al Koglin, parks director; Randy
Starke, fairgrounds manager; Casey Walters,
fair manager; commissioners Paul Wright
and Joe Nagel.
Feedlot subcommittee to Environmental
Services advisory committee: Kevin Linde-
man, Brownton; Jim Hueser, Glencoe; Virgil
Voigt, Hutchinson; Roger Engelmann, Plato;
Dale Hegland, Glencoe; Chris Hutton;
Commissioner Paul Wright; Ryan Freitag,
SWCD; Clayton Schmitz, NRCS; Roger
Berggren, environmentalist; Nathan Winter
Extension; Larry Gasow, zoning administra-
tor.
High Island Watershed managers: Ver-
non Schlueter, Arlington; Leonard Eibs,
Henderson; Dwight Swanson, Hector; Her-
man Miller, Brownton; Orville Polzin, Gay-
lord.
McLeod County Public Health Advisory:
Chris Sonju, Glencoe; Barb Max, Hutchin-
son; Genevieve Lhotka, Silver Lake; Joan
Ewald, Brownton; Dr. Catherine McGinnis,
Hutchinson; Bev Fritz-Hults, Glencoe; com-
missioners Sheldon Nies and Bev Wangerin.
Hike and Bike Trail: Gary Lenz, Winst-
ed; Heidi Pflipsen, Plato; Martin Briggs,
Hutchinson; Larry Mulenburg, Glencoe; Ed
Doring, Hutchinson.
McLeod County HRA: James Mills,
Hutchinson; Charles Lemke, Glencoe;
James Lindeman, Brownton; Dorothy Mer-
rill, Silver Lake; Otto Templin, Hutchinson;
Commissioner Doug Krueger.
Subsurface Sewage Treatment Systems
(SSTS): Commissioner Joe Nagel; Curtis
Carrigan, Brownton; William Hard,
Hutchinson; Mark Johnson, Plato; Robert
Billiet, Hutchinson; Paul Merkins, Stewart;
Donald Albrecht, Brownton; Robert Heil,
Brownton; Nathan Winter, Extension educa-
tor ; Roger Berggren, environmentalist;
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator.
McLeod For Tomorrow: Joe Nagel, com-
missioner; Pat Melvin, county administra-
tor; Mary Jo Wieseler, human resources;
Casey Walters, coordinator
McLeod Treatment Program, Inc.:
Chester Hoernemann, Glencoe; Bev Wan-
gerin, Hutchinson; Shirley Nowak, Glencoe;
Joseph Neubauer, Hutchinson; Gloria
Hilgers, Glencoe; commissioners Ron Shi-
manski and Joe Nagel.
Noxious weeds appeal committee: Com-
missioners Paul Wright, Sheldon Nies, Ron
Shimanski, Doug Krueger and Joe Nagel;
Michael Laxen, Winsted.
Parks commission: Brad Duesterhoeft,
Hutchinson; Ryan Lemke, Glencoe; Tom
Prieve, Hutchinson; Dan Rickert, Brownton;
Jerome Thiemann; Doug Krueger, commis-
sioner.
Planning Advisory Commission: Paul
Merkins, Stewart; Curtis Carrigan, Brown-
ton; Larry Phillips, Glencoe; William Hard,
Hutchinson; commissioner Ron Shimanski;
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator..
Trailblazer Transit Joint Powers Board:
McLeod County commissioners, Ron Shi-
manski, Sheldon Nies and Doug Krueger;
Sibley County commissioners, Jim Swanson
and Bill Pinske; Wright County Area Transit
(WCAT) representatives, Jack Russek and
Lynn Kissok.
McLeod County committees, commissions
Along with the main Courthouse, McLeod County has other office build-
ings, including this one on Hennepin Avenue North.
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Cindy Schultz,
Auditor/Treasurer
Glencoe
Office: 864-1263
LynnEtte Schrupp
Recorder
Glencoe
Office: 864-1327
Scott Rehmann
Sheriff
Winsted
Office: 864-3134
Michael K. Junge
Attorney
Hutchinson
Office: 864-1265
2014 population: 36,651
County seat: Glencoe
General Telephone: 320-864-3410
Size: 503 square miles; 311,388 acres
Township roads: 465.35 miles
County roads: 401
State highways: 102 miles
Townships: 14 (Glencoe, Helen, Bergen,
Acoma, Rich Valley, Collins, Sumter,
Round Grove, Penn, Lynn, Hassan Val-
ley, Hutchinson, Hale and Winsted.)
Cities: Nine (Biscay, Brownton, Glencoe,
Hutchinson, Lester Prairie, Plato, Silver
Lake, Stewart and Winsted).
Ron Shimanski
1st District
23808 Jet Ave.,
Silver Lake
327-0112
Doug Krueger,
2nd District
9525 Co. Rd. 2.,
Glencoe
864-5944
Paul Wright,
3rd District
15215 County Road 7,
Hutchinson
587-7332
Sheldon Nies,
4th District
1118 S. Jefferson St.,
Hutchinson
587-5117
Joe Nagel,
5th District
20849 196th Rd.,
Hutchinson
587-8693
Pat Melvin, county administrator
Office: 864-1363, Hutchinson
Karen Messner, court administrator
Office: 864-1285, Glencoe
Dr. Quinn Strobl, county coroner
Midwest Forensic Pathology
Office: 763-236-9050, Coon Rapids
Jeff Rausch, county surveyor
Office: 587-4789, Hutchinson
Gary Sprynczynatyk, social services
director
Office: 864-1395
John Brunkhorst, county highway engineer
Office: 320-484-4321, Hutchinson
Sue Schulz, county assessor
Office: 864-1255, Glencoe
James Lauer, veterans officer
Office: 864-1268, Glencoe
Kevin Mathews, emergency services
director
Office: 864-1339, Glencoe
Nathan Winter, county extension director
Office: 320-484-4334, Hutchinson
Allan Koglin, agricultural inspector
Office: 320-484-4334, Hutchinson
Vacant, public health director
Office: 864-1373, Glencoe
Ed Homan Jr., solid waste director
Office: 320-484-4316, Hutchinson
Allan Koglin, parks superintendent
Office: 320-484-4334, Hutchinson
Scott Grivna, buildings supervisor
Office: 864-1221, Glencoe
Larry Gasow, zoning administrator
Office: 864-1218, Hutchinson
Roger Berggren, environmentalist
Office: 864-1214, Glencoe
Vincent Traver, information technology
Office: 864-1325, Glencoe
Jill Grams, 4-H program coordinator
Office: 320-484-4334, Hutchinson
Elected county officials
McLeod County District Court judges
Appointed office heads
McLeod County
Michael Savre
Glencoe
Office: 864-1284
Terry Conkel
Glencoe
Office: 864-1281
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s Brownton’s Cabin Fever Days, February.
s Winsted’s Winstock, second weekend in June.
s Hutchinson Water Carnival, third weekend in June.
s Hamburg Zummerfest, third weekend in June.
s Glencoe Days, fourth weekend in June.
s Stewartfest, fourth weekend in June.
s New Auburn Fourth of July.
s Plato’s White Squirrel Days, second weekend in July.
s Lester Prairie’s Prairie Days, third weekend in July, Friday-Saturday.
s Silver Lake Pola-Czesky Days, first weekend in August.
s Sibley County Fair, first weekend in August (Wednesday-Sunday).
s Carver County Fair, second weekend in August (Wednesday-Sunday).
s McLeod County Fair, third weekend in August (Wednesday-Sunday).
s Renville County Fair, third weekend in August (Wednesday-Saturday).
s Norwood Young America Stiftungfest, fourth weekend in August.
(These are approximate dates that are subject to change from year to year.)
Surrounding area celebrations
Brownton’s Cabin Fever Days
Mystery Dinner Theatre
McLeod County Fair
Plato White Squirrel Days
Glencoe Days “Beep Ball”
Stewartfest pedal pull
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State legislators
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State Senate
Federal legislators
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Washington, D.C.
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Phone: 202-225-2165
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Detroit Lakes, MN
56501
Phone: 218-847-5056
Fax: 218-847-5109
U.S. Sen Al Franken, D
309 Hart Senate
Office Building
Washington, D.C.
20510
202-224-5641
E-mail: senator@franken.
senate.gov
St. Paul office
60 E. Plato Blvd.
Suite 220
St. Paul, MN 55107
651-221-1016
Governor Mark Dayton
116 Veterans Service Building
75 Dr. Rev. Martin Luther
20 W 12th St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-201-3400
1-800-657-3717
Fax: 651-797-1850
mark.dayton@state.mn.us
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith
116 Veterans Service Building
75 Dr. Rev. Martin Luther
20 W 12th St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-201-3400
1-800-657-3717
Fax: 651-797-1850
Attorney General Lori Swanson
1400 Bremer Tower
445 Minnesota St.
St. Paul, Minn. 55101
651-296-3353
1-800-657-3787
Sec. of State Steve Simon
180 State Office Building
100 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, Minn. 55155
651-296-2803
1-877-551-6767
secretary.state.state.mn.us
State Auditor Rebecca Otto
525 Park St., Suite 500
St. Paul, Minn. 55103
651-296-2551
Fax: 651-296-4755
state.auditor@osa.state.mn.us
Minnesota Constitutional officers
District 18
Sen. Scott Newman,
R-Hutchinson
141 State Office Building
St. Paul, MN 55155
651-296-4131 (office);
320-587-5965 (home)
E-mail: sen.scott.newman@senate.mn
District 18A Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen,
R-Glencoe
487 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
651-296-4229 (office); 800-341-0510
320-864-3911 (home)
E-mail: rep.glenn.gruenhagen@house.mn
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302 Hart Senate
Office Building
Washington, D.C.
20510
202-224-3244
Fax: 202-228-2186
E-mail: senator@
klobuchar.senate.gov
Minnesota office
1200 Washington Ave. S, Rm.
250
Minneapolis, MN 55415
612-727-5220
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Acoma Township (587-6471): Corrinne Schlueter, clerk;
Gary Graham, treasurer; Lynn Splittgerber, Ron Rusch and
Larry Karg, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 7 p.m.
Bergen Township (395-0173): Amy Meyer, clerk; Angela
Leverich, treasurer; Albert Teubert, Sheldon Ehrke and Fran-
cis Burch, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 7 p.m.
Collins Township (562-2567): Alan Fredrickson, clerk;
Daniel Benson, treasurer; Pete Maiers, James Friedrichs and
Jay Reiner, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday.
Glencoe Township (864-3584): David Milbrand, clerk;
Bruce Bargmann, treasurer; James Hueser, Duane Haag and
John Albers, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday, 8 p.m.
Hale Township (327-2790): Tammy Stifter, clerk; Colleen
Kaczmarek, treasurer; Clarence Juncewski, Roger Poko-
rnowski and Ron Mickolichek, supervisors. Meetings: Sec-
ond Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Hassan Valley Township (587-6055): Robert E. Ander-
son, clerk; Joan Harren, treasurer; Randy Kirchoff, Steve
Reiner and Garrett Luthens, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Helen Township (238-2460): Karen Mackenthun, clerk;
Tammy Mathews, treasurer; Rodney Mathews, Mark John-
son and Leslie Engelmann, supervisors. Meetings: Second
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Hutchinson Township (587-9431): John Gregor, clerk;
Marlys Swenson, treasurer; Brent Uecker, Jon Christensen
and David Ondracek, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thurs-
day, 8 p.m.
Lynn Township (587-2746): Cheryl Bleil, clerk; Jackie
Reiner, treasurer; Robert Theuringer, Corey Henke and Paul
Merkins, supervisors. Meetings: Second Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Penn Township (328-5375): Donald R. Albrecht, clerk;
David Schuch, deputy clerk; Veryl Becker, treasurer; Kevin
Lindeman, deputy treasurer; Neil Winterfeldt, Wilbert Hahn
and Kevin Miller, supervisors. Meetings: Second Monday,
8:30 a.m.
Rich Valley Township (864-6647): Theresa A. Rusten,
clerk; Fay Bruckschen, treasurer; Donald Lhotka, Rodney
Schmidt and Bob Novak, supervisors. Meeting: Second
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Round Grove Township (328-5277): Deborah Zellmann,
clerk; LeRoy Hedtke, treasurer; Robert Doerr, Elmer Rettig
and Darwin Wagner, supervisors. Meetings: Second Monday
7 p.m.
Sumter Township (328-5789): Janel Zimmerman, clerk;
Donald Husske, treasurer; Jeff Kosek, Gary Waller and Joel
Griebie, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday.
Winsted Township (485-3552): Lisa Bayerl, clerk; Nina
Stifter, treasurer; Nathan Schmalz, Tony Hausladen and
Brian Anderson, supervisors. Meetings: Second Thursday.
Township offices
Rich Valley Township Hall
The origins of the names of town-
ships in McLeod County as taken from
page 317 of the Minnesota Historical
Society Collections, Vol. 17-1902:
Glencoe — Valley in Scotland where
McDonald clan was massacred.
Hassan (Valley) — Indian word haza
or hahzah meaning sugar, maple sap or
sweet juice. South branch of the Crow
River was called Hassan River, 1860-
69.
Acoma — Named for a Pueblo vil-
lage in New Mexico by Dr. Kennedy.
Bergen — Named for city of that
name in Norway.
Biscay — Named for Bay of Biscay
bordering France and Spain.
Brownton — The townsite was the
former farm of Alonzo Brown.
Collins — Named after an early set-
tler by that name.
Hale — Either named for an early
settler by that name or for a prominent
statesman by that name.
Helen — Wife of Sheriff Armstrong
and first white woman to settle in that
township.
Hutchinson — Group of singers
who founded the town.
Lester Prairie — For John Lester on
whose farmstead the town began in
1888.
Lynn — Town in Massachusetts.
Penn — By Germans from Pennsyl-
vania.
Plato — Named for Greek philoso-
pher Plato.
Rich Valley — For its rich soil.
Round Grove — For a large grove of
trees in that vicinity.
Stewart — For founder Dr. D.A.
Stewart.
Sumter — After Fort Sumter.
Winsted — After Winsted, Con-
necticut.
How townships were named
Weather facts
1934 — An extreme drought hit the
area with daily temperatures up to near
110. The entire summer went without
rain, and only the smallest of corn
crops was raised.
1936 — The most prolonged cold
snap occurred, beginning Jan. 15, as
temperatures held below zero, day and
night, for 26 days. Temperatures
reached 35 below zero and froze water
mains that were six feet under ground.
Nov. 11, 1940 — The Veterans Day
storm of 1940 started out with a warm
rain with fog, but by 9 a.m. a violent
storm front rolled in and hit the area
with one of its worst snowstorms of the
century. The raging snow storm closed
roads, trapped hunters and killed nu-
merous people throughout the state as
temperatures dipped to 13 below zero
before the day ended. The cold temper-
atures prevailed without a thaw until
mid April of 1941.
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The McLeod County
Chronicle
Section B
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
The McLeod County Chronicle
ports
S
By Tom Carothers
Sports Editor
Returning the bulk of last year’s confer-
ence championship-winning squad, the Glen-
coe-Silver Lake softball team looks to be a
strong bet to defend their initial Wright Coun-
ty West title and perhaps garner even greater
laurels.
“We’ve got a great and experienced group
of girls,” coach Steve Davis said. “They work
very hard and make each other better.”
The Panthers return seven starters in all.
Among those returning to the starting lineup
are senior second baseman Josie Schmitt, jun-
ior shortstop Maddy Kalenberg, junior third
baseman Erika Ribar, outfielders Rachel
Rusten, Piper Davis and Ellie Lepel, as well
as catcher Becca Green. Junior pitcher Mori-
ah Maunu also returns to toe the rubber again
this spring.
“All those returning kids had good years
last year,” Davis said. “We look to continue
that and even get a little bit better.”
Piper and junior Layne Herrmann could
each see time at first base, a position left
open by the graduation of Steph Klockmann
after last season. Courtney Zaijcek and Ryley
Oliver figure to also see time in right and left
field.
Davis anticipates quite a battle this season
with his team in the unfamiliar position of
fending off would-be challengers to the
crown.
“It’s a new thing for us and it’s a little dif-
ferent having the target on you rather than
chasing somebody,” Davis said. “Every game
will be tough and we will have to bring our
best effort every time.”
While GSL is in a good position to repeat
as conference champions, Davis believes that
Annandale and Dassel-Cokato will provide a
stiff challenge to the Panthers hopes of a re-
peat title.
GSL figures to be strong both at the plate
and in the field.
“Offensively, I think we can really score
some runs,” Davis said. “We can play the
short game as well as the long ball.”
Beyond battling for another conference
title, Davis believes his team has the talent
and drive to compete for a section crown.
However, standing in the way of a Section
2AA championship figures to be last year’s
Class AA state runner-up, LeSeuer-Hender-
son.
“They’ve got a real tough team with a real
good pitcher (Carlie Brandt), who is only a
junior,” Davis said. “But, we’d like to make a
run and see what happens.”
GSL’s season is scheduled to begin on
Thursday with the Panthers’ home opener at
Oak Leaf Park.
Chronicle photo by Tom Carothers
The Glencoe-Silver Lake softball team
returns six seniors this season. Pic-
tured are, from left: Becca Green,
Rachel Rusten, Josie Schmidt, Piper
Davis, Ellie Lepel and Courtney Za-
jicek.
Conference champs out
for even greater laurels
By Tom Carothers
Sports Editor
When we last saw the Glencoe-Silver Lake
baseball team, the Panthers were putting the
finishing touches on a 19-5 season by finish-
ing third in the 2014 Class AA state tourna-
ment.
It was GSL’s first trip to state in five years
and the squad faces a difficult road in its
quest to repeat as Section 2AA champions.
Coach Dean Schwirtz notes that other
teams are likely favored to claim both the
conference and sectional crowns, but that’s
not stopping the Panthers from being the best
that they can be.
“We always want and believe we have the
ability to contend for a conference champi-
onship,” Schwirtz said. “But our main goal is
to approach each game pitch-by-pitch and
make improvements as we progress through-
out the season.”
GSL boasts a lot of talent this season even
as it contends with the loss of pitcher Cole
Petersen and first baseman Nolan Lepel. Pe-
tersen earned wins in both the Panthers’ sec-
tional championship game as well as the state
opener last season. Lepel was one of the
team’s top hitters with a .323 batting average
in 2014.
“Cole will be difficult to replace on the
mound,” Schwirtz said. “(As will) Nolan’s
bat at the plate.”
Back for the Panthers this season are Tan-
ner Grack and Bennett Bielke, two seniors
who serve as co-captains this spring, as well
as junior Teddy Petersen.
Bielke and Grack each started one of
GSL’s three state contests last spring, with
Bielke playing second base and Grack pa-
trolling the outfield when they weren’t on the
mound.
Bielke logged a .308 batting average in
2014 and posted a team-high 17 RBI. Grack
had a 4.41 ERA and 1.85 WHIP on the hill.
Petersen led the team in several offensive
categories last year, including batting aver-
age (.397), singles (21) and runs (31) while
playing shortstop. He and Bielke shared the
team lead with seven doubles apiece.
However, Schwirtz refrained from calling
out any players by name in relationship to
their roles on the 2015 edition of the Pan-
thers.
“Nobody is given a spot on our team,” he
said. “They all know they have to earn it in
practice and they keep it in games by doing
the little things right on a consistent basis.”
Schwirtz drives home an emphasis on fun-
damentals during practice with the hope that
it will carry over into games.
“Our focus every year is throwing strikes
and playing solid defense,” he said. “Hitting
is an area we need to be more consistent at
with quality at-bats.”
Schwirtz believes that this year’s Wright
County Conference West favorites are Litch-
field and Dassel-Cokato and that the section-
al favorite is Albert Lea. As for GSL, he de-
ferred comment as to how he thinks the Pan-
thers stack up against the named favorites,
instead focusing on how his team handles its
own business.
“We have a great group of kids that don’t
care who gets the credit,” he said. “They
truly believe in the team concept.”
GSL is scheduled to open its season at
home against one of the conference favorites
when Litchfield visits Oak Leaf Park on Fri-
day afternoon. The Panthers are slated to
play their first road game next Tuesday when
they travel northwest to play New London-
Spicer at the Green Lake Diamonds in
Spicer.
Chronicle photo by Tom Carothers
Seniors Tanner Grack and Bennett Bielke
will serve as co-captains for this year’s
Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team. The
Panthers took third at the state Class AA
tournament last year and look to defend
their section title in 2015.
Section champs
return to the field
Chronicle photo by Tom Carothers
This Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ golf
team returns fully intact this season
and figures to be among the top con-
ference squads. Team members are,
front left, Jenna Lokensgard, Lindsay
Wedin and Rachel Reichow; back left,
Alexis Kerslake, Ashlyn Ratike, Claire
Wraspir and Allie Eischens.
By Tom Carothers
Sports Editor
It’s been mostly sunny this spring for the
Glencoe-Silver Lake girls golf team. That fore-
cast applies not only to the early-season weath-
er the Panthers enjoyed as they prepared for
the season, but also the outlook for the 2015
campaign.
“We’re really excited this year,” coach Scott
Eckhoff said. “We have the entire team coming
back. Our strength this season should be our
experience.”
GSL finished third in the final Wright Coun-
ty Conference West standings last season, be-
hind perennial circuit powerhouse Litchfield
and second-place Annandale. Eckhoff said that
with a bit more consistency in their game, the
Panthers could improve on last year’s finish.
“Annandale and us battled for second last
year and we ended up taking third,” he said.
“We think we are right there with the top two
or three teams again this year – we’ll be real
strong.”
GSL’s roster is girded by the presence of
four seniors: Alexis Kerslake, Ashlyn Ratike,
Allie Eischens and Claire Wraspir. Kerslake
and Ratike were both Honorable Mention All-
Conference last year, with Kerslake also ad-
vancing to the second round of the Section
5AA Tournament. As a team, the Panthers fin-
ished seventh at sections.
“We look to be an improved team in the con-
ference and are setting our goals to finish high-
er in both conference and section play,” Eck-
hoff said.
GSL also returns a pair of junior letterwin-
ners in Lindsay Wedin and Jenna Lokensgard.
Sophomore Rachel Reichow also projects to
compete at the varsity level this spring.
Girls golfers are optimistic
about challenging top teams
GSL
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March highlights: Eleven inches of snow; .08 inch of rain; high temp: 72 on March 15; low: -16 on March 5. Date Hi Lo Precip. Mar. 31 68 ........32 ......Trace April 1 81 ........43 ........0.09
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—Page 3
Photo courtesy of Lisa Carter, GRHS
Diane Sellnow, left, a resident of a Grand
Rapids nursing home, was reunited with her
mother, 103-year-old Mabel Ehrenberg, right, a
resident of Glencoe Regional Health Services
(GRHS) Long Term Care, on Easter Sunday. It
was the first time mother and daughter had
seen each other face to face in over five years.
GRHS arranged the reunion through its “Just
One Wish” program.
Mother-daughter reunion
By Lori Copler Editor
“I don’t think in all my life I’ve cried as many tears as I did yester- day,” Mabel Ehrenberg said Mon- day morning. That’s saying something, because all of Mabel’s life encompasses 103 years.
And, fortunately, Mabel’s tears weren’t of sadness, but of joy: on Easter Sunday, Mabel — a resident of Glencoe Regional Health Servic- es Long Term Care — was reunited with her daughter, Diane Sellnow, whom she has not seen for five years.
With good reason. Diane, like her mother, resides in a nursing home. But a long way from Glencoe, as she lives in Grand Rapids. Mabel said Monday that the last time she saw her daughter was when her son, Duane, took her to visit Diane in Grand Rapids. That was shortly before Mabel became a resident at GRHS Long Term Care (LTC).
The day after Mabel’s 103rd birthday, Lisa Carter, director of ac- tivities, asked Mabel what she would want if she could be granted one wish.
Her first choice would be to re- turn to her home. That wasn’t an option, so her second wish was sim- ple:
“I said I want to see my daughter, Diane,” said Mabel.
So Carter went to work, submit- ting Mabel’s request to GRHS’ “Just One Wish” program. Carter called Diane’s nursing home, and talked to the staff about the possibility of a trip to bring mother and daughter back together. The Grand Rapids crew was just as enthusiastic about the reunion as the GRHS staff. “We just had to pay for the van, and they would bring Diane down here with staff,” said Carter. For Mabel, the Saturday night be- fore Easter was almost like waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve: she hardly slept at all. Diane and her staff left Grand Rapids about 8:30 Sunday morning, and arrived in Glencoe about 1:30 p.m.
Mabel was waiting with open arms.
“Everyone was crying,” said Carter. “Diane, Mabel, the staff …” Mabel said her daughter looked different than their last visit over five years ago. But the more they talked, the more Diane began to seem like the daughter she has al- ways known. Diane has suffered strokes, and that makes it difficult for Mabel to understand her when they talk by phone. But face-to-face communi- cation went much better. “I could understand her,” said Mabel. “That’s why I appreciated so much that I got to see her in per-
son, because then I could under- stand her.”
But Mabel was hard put to recall their conversations, but said they revolved mostly around family. “There was so much I wanted to talk about,” said Mabel. Mother and daughter were so ex- cited about their visit and so en- gaged in conversation that they barely touched their Easter dinners, although Diane was coaxed into some ice cream before she left about 3:30 p.m. Each nursing home, ironically, had sent a prayer shawl as a gift to the other’s resident. Diane took home a purple prayer shawl, while Mabel clutched hers Monday morn- ing as she shuffled through photos that Carter had printed out for her. Diane also brought her mother a large Easter basket that, among other things, included a card from the staff of the Grand Rapids home wishing Mabel well and expressing how much they enjoyed having Diane as a resident. “That made me feel good, know- ing that she gets along so well there,” said Mabel. “I get along pretty well here, too.” It particularly makes her happy, she said, because Diane has “had a hard life. I’m glad she gets along so good there.”
GRHS ‘Just One Wish’ arranges get-together
Reunion
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Jail project heads
back to architect’s
drawing board
Bids come in $2 million over estimate
By Dave Pedersen Correspondent After construction bids for the McLeod County Jail expansion project were opened last week, it was learned they were more than $2 million over estimates. A workshop was conducted after the board of commissioners’s meet- ing Tuesday, April 7, that included the commissioners, attorney and of- ficials from the law enforcement community. Project manager John McNamara of Wold Architects said he will rec- ommend to the County Board at its next regular meeting that it reject all bids. He will work with the building committee, county admin- istration and sheriff’s department to change how the project will be pre- sented and bring it back for re-bid- ding.
McNamarra cited several reasons for why construction costs were es- timated at $6.5 million, but came in
at $8.9 million, saying the county only received three bids because there are so many projects going on in the state. Marterials and labor are in short supply and prices are up. The project manager was told he would have a better result if bids were let at the end of the summer. Plus, it was suggested to simplify construction and how the county implements the project, such as shutting down the jail for a while. Commissioner Doug Krueger asked how the county got to this point? McNamarra said he cannot control the construction industry and the market is recovering so fast that it is hard to keep up. He felt there is a chance to bid the project for later this year after changes are made.
The workshop ended just as The Chronicle was being prepared to go to press. More detailed information from the workshop will be pub- lished in next week’s edition.
Maintenance shed
to be remodeled
into bath house By Rich Glennie Correspondent The Glencoe City Council Mon- day night awarded a contract to Ryan Voss (RDV Construction) to remodel the former city mainte- nance shed at Oak Leaf Park into a bath house for the park’s expanded campground. Voss’ bid was one of two re- ceived for the original plan to build a new bath house facility in the park. But those bids came in high, according to Mike Drew, city pub- lic works director of parks and streets.
Drew said the designs for the new campground are in place and that included a new bathhouse. But estimated costs were “way too high” for a new bath house, Drew said.
It was then suggested the former city shed be utilized by building shower facilities in the lower level of the building. After the bids from Voss ($94,708) and Schatz Construction ($108,120) came in, Drew and the parks board also considered the al- ternate of in-floor heat at an addi- tional cost of $2,500 from Voss and $4,900 from Schatz. But Drew said the park board members looked at additional ways to trim costs and settled on a plan that included the bathhouse work plus the in-floor heating alternative at a cost of $83,710, with Voss get- ting the contract. In a related matter, Drew also said the pads for the new camp- ground sites can be done by city staff. Also, part of the campground improvements will include a new water line and new electrical lines into the park.
Drew said the goal is to have some of the campsites completed by the time of Heat in the Street festivities in July as well as for the upcoming polka fest. The park board has been in favor of the campground expansion for a long time, Drew said, but the origi- nal costs were “way too much.” He said funding for the work will come from the city’s park improve- ment fund, which includes the late Donald Hatz donation. Currently, the park improvement fund has $421,000, said City Ad- ministrator Mark Larson. In other matters, the City Coun- cil:
• Rebuked an effort by Mayor Randy Wilson to join a coalition of state mayors opposed to legislation that would allow bigger, heavier trucks on state highways and roads. The push is to allow trucks and loads up to 97,000 pounds to be used on state roadways. Wilson said with the already poor conditions of the state’s highways and the lack of transportation funds for roads and bridges, adding heav- ier trucks to the system was not prudent.
But his effort to get a motion au- thorizing him and the city to join the coalition’s opposition failed when no City Council member would offer a motion. County Commissioner Doug Krueger of Glencoe, also a truck driver, said the coalition opposition is a “double-edged sword.” He said newer trucks can haul heavier weights safely, and there are al- ready exemptions in place, espe-
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