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Vol. 112 No. 33 • Thursday, August 8, 2013 • Silver Lake, MN 55381
Potential jail, security project could cost county up to $7 million
By Lori Copler Staff Writer Proposed security improvements to the McLeod County Courthouse have apparently evolved into an approximately $7 million project, prompting the Board of Commissioners to request County Attorney Mike Junge to petition the District Court to have money released from the Annamarie Tudhope estate to help cover the costs. Tudhope, former owner and publisher of the Glencoe Enterprise, left the bulk of her estate — between $4 and $5 million — to the county with the intent that the money be used for the construction of a new jail in Glencoe. But Junge said that petitioning the court for a ruling may be premature at this time since the County Board has yet to officially pass a motion to pursue a project, and suggested it first put into place a process for getting information out to the public about its proposal. Commissioner Sheldon Nies agreed. Nies said the County Board has heard a proposal from Wold Architects for an approximately $7 million project at a workshop session. Nies said that Wold should be invited to give its “dog and pony show” at a regular County Board meeting, the time and date of which should be publicized so that the public has a chance to listen in and offer comments. Nies noted that the County Board has been criticized for not publicizing its discussions on the recently adopted wheelage tax, which he said was the result of time restraints. “But we certainly don’t want that to happen with this here,” Nies said of the proposed jail security project. Junge also said that the County Board needs to adopt a plan because it will need to outline specifically to the court how the money would be spent so that a judge could determine if that intent is in keeping with the “spirit” of Tudhope’s bequest, which was specifically targeted toward the construction of a new jail. Junge indicated that the proposed plan will include the construction of a new, secure lobby that will be shared by the sheriff’s department and the jail, as well as other improvements to the jail. Those items may be in keeping with the intent of Tudhope’s bequest. Junge said he would liken Tudhope’s bequest to that of a charitable trust fund. By statute, any ruling on dispensing of the funds also has to go through the Attorney General’s office, Junge added. Nies said that any construc-
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2013 Pola-Czesky royalty
On Sunday, the 2013-14 Pola-Czesky royalty were crowned during the annual afternoon coronation. In the front, from left to right, are junior royalty Mya Dahlheimer and Connor Sullivan. In the back, from left to right, are Silver Lake Ambassadors Claire Wraspir, Becca Green and Jamie Kosek. See more photos on the back page.
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Koseks named grand marshals
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer was surprised. I didn’t expect it. They called us on July 14 and asked if Jo and I wanted it. I said we’d think it over,” Dale Kosek laughed after he and his wife, Jolene, were named Pola-Czesky Days grand marshals for 2013-14. Dale added that it was a bit difficult to keep a secret until it was time to be announced. “Everybody asks me because they think I know who it is. And somebody even said to me, ‘I know who it is. It’s you!’ And I just played along and said, ‘Yep.’ They didn’t believe me,” Dale said. Jolene said they had a busy weekend attending most of the Pola-Czesky events. “Saturday, we watched the kiddie parade, attended the kiddie games, went to the kids’ pedal pull and the tractor pull. We went down to the kickball fields and to polka Mass, where we marched with the royalty. Then we had the Queen’s Ball that night, too,” Jolene said. “And, of course, we sampled some beer and ate some good food,” Dale laughed. On Sunday, the couple attended the community worship service in Legion Park,
the queen’s luncheon, and they rode in the parade before going to the royalty coronation at 3 p.m. “It’s busy, but it was fun,” Jolene said. “I love how friendly everybody is, and it surprised me when so many came to congratulate us,” she added. Dale said it was fun “seeing a lot of people you don’t usually see” while riding in the parade route. “It’s amazing how many people it takes to make Pola-Czesky Days go,” Dale said. “I thought going to the kiddie parade and seeing all of the younger parents with their kids was fun. The women’s club did a really good job organizing that event,” Jolene said. She added that the kiddie games were “fun” too. “It was really cool watching the kids trying to pick up all those pizza boxes during one of the games,” she laughed. “The pedal pull was fun to watch, too. Those little guys have a lot of determination. Their little muscles were just a-pumpin’ to get that tractor to go,” Dale said. The Koseks said they were also impressed with the car show, and heard that it was one of the best car shows of Pola-Czesky
Days. “And we even went to the flea market. We had to get some of Mercedes’ (Nowak) world-class kolaches,” Dale laughed. The Koseks both grew up in the Silver Lake area — Jolene lived north of Henry’s Corner on a dairy farm and Dale lived south of Silver Lake. They have been married for 32 years and have three children, Lindsay, 28, Kelli, 24, and Tyler, 22. They are members of Holy Family Catholic Church in Silver Lake. Jolene is employed at Elkay Wood Products in Waconia and has worked there for 11 years. She enjoys going to garage sales and spending time with her daughters. When her daughters were younger, she was a Girl Scout leader. She is also a member of the Holy Family CCW and being a firefighter’s wife, she has assisted in many fire calls by finding truck keys, shoes and making sure the garage door is all the way up. Dale is in his 37th year as a public works supervisor for the city of Silver Lake. He enjoys fishing and spending his free time in a
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Jolene and Dale Kosek were named the 2013-14 Pola-Czesky grand marshals last Friday during the toilet bowl races. The Koseks said they had a “fun”
weekend and look forward to attending Silver Lake festivities and events throughout the year as grand marshals. “We are honored,” Dale Kosek said.
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Silver Lake seniors to meet
The Silver Lake Seniors Citizens Club will meet on Monday, Aug. 12, at 1 p.m., in the Silver Lake Auditorium.
By Jake Yurek
After our near perfect Pola-Czesky weather, it’ll be hard to top the rest of summer, but once again Mother Nature throws us some amazing weather. A slight warm-up with increased moisture got the week going and, as I write this, we got a nice batch of rain early Monday with another batch maybe Tuesday. The Tuesday one had some energy to it, so I’m hoping we escaped any severe stuff if the rain decided to hit us again. The weather from mid-week to the weekend will be dominated by a high pressure area that will make living in Minnesota feel like the right choice. Highs for the most part should be in the mid 70s with lows in the 50s and low humidity levels (perfect sleeping weather). Our only chance of rain will move quickly through the area Thursday late-afternoon and evening. At this point, weekend plans look great so definitely get out and enjoy! Taking a peek at the extended shows a slight warming trend with increased moisture early next week, but I really don’t want to look past the next few days! Have a great week, all! Ma dobry weekendem Mit dobry vikend
Firearm safety classes set
The annual firearm safety classes are set for Monday, Aug. 12, through Saturday, Aug. 17, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each evening. The classes are open to anyone ages 12 and older. Call Leon Pesina at 320-327-3120 with any questions.
Degree of Honor to meet
Degree of Honor No. 182 will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 5 p.m., with a catered meal in the Silver Lake Auditorium. The meeting will follow the meal.
Dining site birthday party
The Silver Lake senior dining site will hold its August birthday party on Friday, Aug. 16, in the Silver Lake Auditorium. The menu includes salisbury steak, parslied whole potatoes, squash, bread with margarine and blushing pears. There will be bingo.
Lewandowski selected for fest
Mark Lewandowski (left) from Studio 544 (www.studio544.com) in Hutchinson is once again the webmaster of choice for the fifth annual Twin Cities Polish Festival, one of the largest ethnic festivals in Minnesota attractin over 20,000 visitors. The Twin Cities Polish Festival is a non-profit organization promoting Polish and Polish-American culture and traditions through music, food, cultural exhibits and more. The festival takes place this year on Aug. 10-11 along the banks of the Mississippi River in northeast Minneapolis on St. Anthony Main. Lewandowski is pictured with Edziu Rajtar, the president of the festival.
Plato Lions burger night
The Plato Lions are hosting a burger night on Friday, Aug. 16, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Plato Park. Music will be provided by the Community Strings, starting at 5:30 p.m. Bring your own chairs. Proceeds go to local projects.
Fall citywide garage sales
The Silver Lake fall citywide garage sale dates are set for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 22-24. Watch upcoming issues of the Leader for more information.
Wednesday night — Lows 50-56; clear. Thursday — Highs 71-77; lows 52-58; partly cloudy/scattered thunder or shower. Friday — Highs 71-77; lows 51-57; mostly clear. Saturday — Highs 72-78; lows 53-59; mostly clear. Sunday — Highs 72-80; partly cloudy. Weather Quiz: When did people first start studying “weather?” Answer to last week’s question: What are average highs/lows and weather for August? Average highs and lows for the beginning of August are 83 and 63, respectively. By the end of the month we only move that to 78 and 59 degrees. August is not a month of real transition in Minnesota; that kicks up in September and October. Weather wise it’s fairly calm, too, with normal thunderstorms and the occasional severe bout. Remember: I make the forecast, not the weather!
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tree stand. He is a charter member of the Silver Lake Pool and Parks Organization and is in his 32nd year as a member of the Silver Lake Fire Department. In the pool and parks organization, he served as vice president and was a co-chair on the construction committee for the Bruce Maresh Aquatic Center. He is currently the president of the organization. In the fire department, he has served as safety officer, training officer, eight years as the assistant chief and is currently in his third year as the fire chief. As grand marshals, the Koseks will be attending the annual Thanksgiving dinner, Silver Lake Winter Fest, the St. Patrick’s Day parade, and other events throughout Silver Lake. “We are honored to have this title,” Dale said.
Ridgewater instructor receives Fulbright award
Dr. Kathy Steffen, English instructor at Ridgewater College, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach at the Pereyaslav-Khmelnsytsky Hryhoriy Skovoroda State Pedagogical University in the city of Pereiaslav-Khmelnsytsky, a historic city in the Ukraine, for the fall 2013 academic year, according to the United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Steffen’s proposal is to teach two different education courses: one designed to share current trends in evaluation and assessment of teacher candidates and teacher-preparation programs; and one focused preparing every teacher across the curriculum to be a literacy teacher beginning in September 2012, although that plan could vary depending upon the needs of the institution. Why did Dr. Steffen pursue the opportunity? “I believe in the mission of Fulbright, and I believe in the power of education, so why not apply,” Steffen said. “My first choice was Ukraine, where my mother’s grandmother came from, since I know very little about the country and culture. I’m sure I’ll learn more than I can begin to imagine. My students here from Ukraine tell me I will love it there. “I am also interested in our global education initiative at Ridgewater and hope to make international contacts that will help me develop enriching educational experiences with an international flair for our students here,” Steffen said. Steffen is one of approximately 1,100 U.S. faculty and professionals who will travel abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program in 201314. Steffen will be traveling to the Ukraine the end of August and teaching through the end of December. Following her fall semester in the Ukraine, she will be teaching a creative writing course in Costa Rica from the end of January to the end of March. Follow Steffen on the Ridgewater Blog at www. ridgewater.areavoices.com. “Kathy’s selection is testimony to her excellence in the classroom and her commitment and dedication to the teaching profession,” said Ridgewater President Douglas Allen. “Students at Ridgewater College have long known of her outstanding teaching ability,” Allen added. Recipients of Fulbright grants are selected on the basis of academic or professional achievement, as well as demonstrated leadership potential in their fields.
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tion probably will not begin until next spring or summer, so the County Board has time to go through the proper process for adopting a project. Nies suggested inviting Wold to the County Board’s Sept. 17 meeting for an official presentation. Later in the morning, during a workshop session on longrange planning, the County Board also suggested that Wold look at potential improvements to the county’s other buildings. Commissioner Paul Wright suggested putting together a “package” of proposed improvements that will “address our needs for the next 30 years.” Wright noted that interest rates are expected to start ratcheting up, and the county could take advantage of the currently low bond interest rates. Commissioner Ron Shimanski said that having a “package” of proposed improvements could allow the county to implement the improvements in phases, rather than doing one major project. Nies suggested talking to Wold at the Sept. 17 meeting about what would be involved in a study of long-term building improvements, after Wold makes its presentation on the security and jail improvements.
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So guess what happened to me last week? Yes, you guessed it — the Jeep nearly broke down on busy Highway 5 outside of Chaska! I have to laugh because I’ve realized that this column has become a medium for all my vehicle problems, and even though I’ve been brought to tears with the stress of repairing the 1989 beast, I’m still quite fond of it. Last Thursday afternoon, I was headed to the doctor in Chaska, and on my way there, I was thinking how great it was to have a new tire, a full tank of gas, and a smooth ride all along Highway 212. I even tapped the dashboard in excitement and said, “I better treat you right and get you a car wash today.” I spoke too soon. After my appointment, it took a few turns of the key to fire up, but nothing unusual, until I heard an odd, gurgling sound, even over the loud rumbling of the absent muffler. I thought maybe from sitting in the hot sun that it was acting up, and headed out of the parking lot cautiously. At the first stoplight, I felt a little rumble as I stepped lightly on the gas, and made it to the second stoplight before turning on Highway 41. It was here that I realized something was terribly wrong. I hit the gas to accelerate up the hill, and the Jeep would hardly move. I gripped the steering wheel tightly and tapped the gas to putt-putt up the hill. As I drove along 41, I looked around to see if I could spot an auto repair shop nearby. I turned on Highway 5, which was a mistake at first, as it’s such a busy highway, and I could tell other travelers really didn’t appreciate follow-
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The Travel Section
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ing me at 45 miles per hour in a no-passing zone. I took the next right and pulled over to search my phone for the nearest mechanic and say a few quick prayers. I was hoping I could make it to a repair shop at least so I wouldn’t be stranded in the middle of nowhere and/or have to pay towing. Of course, my phone had to take forever “searching for service” and when it found my location (between Chaska and Victoria), I typed in “auto repair shops near Victoria.” My phone, so intelligently, found repair shops in Victoria, CANADA. “ARG!” I yelled and cussed my phone royally. I was on the verge of tears and I knew that the Jeep didn’t have much time left to keep running. I specified “Victoria, MN” and found Victoria Autowerks along Highway 5. At one stoplight, I heard a man yell from his truck, “Hey! What’s with the Jeep!” Thankfully, the light turned green and I putted and scuttled along the highway at 30 miles per hour (the fastest the Jeep could move) on the verge of tears. By the grace of God, I made the four-mile journey to the repair shop on busy Highway 5, rolled into the parking lot and ran into the lobby, arms in the air and face beet-red. Luckily, the receptionist was understanding, and listened as I stammered through tears, “I - think---there-(sniff)-is something---wrong-I--(sniff)--can’t--drive--faster-than 45 miles per hour.” She said the guys could take a look and immediately I called Grandma Genny to let her know what happened. I can always count on her for a ride, and she kindly laughed and said, “I think it’s time for a new ride.” That cheered me up, and I sat back in the lobby and watched the guys try to figure out the Jeep. To my dismay, I watched one mechanic sit and turn the key over and over, only to hear nothing. After a closer examination, they found the fuel pump to be the culprit. Thankfully, I didn’t need a new one as they initially thought — it just needed to be rebuilt. I took a deep breath and waited for Grandma’s familiar red vehicle. That evening, she treated me to a pork patty meal at Music in the Park and reminded me that everything would be OK. As I chatted with friends and family and those of you who read the paper during Pola-Czesky Days, I realized how much of a character the Jeep really is, and without it, I don’t know what else I’d be writing about. So here’s to you, Jeep. May you never die (and leave me stranded.)
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Grove Ave. construction
Last Thursday, the pouring of the cement on Grove Avenue began. The left lane from Gehlen Drive to Main Street was paved. Crews will be working on constructing curb and gutter before pouring more cement.
3-car accident claims life of Lester Prairie woman
Guadalupe Paredes Ruelas, 43, of Lester Prairie was killed in a July 26 accident in Young America Township, Carver County. According to Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson, deputies responded, along with Norwood Young America Fire and Rescue, Minnesota State Patrol and Ridgeview Ambulance, to a three-car motor vehicle crash on CSAH 33 at CSAH 34 in Young America Township at approximately 5 p.m. A vehicle traveling westbound on CSAH 34 failed to stop at the intersection of CSAH 33 and struck the rear of a vehicle traveling northbound on CSAH 33. After being struck, the northbound vehicle spun into the southbound traffic lane and was struck in the driver’s door by a southbound vehicle. The damage to the spinning vehicle was severe, and the driver, Ruelas, died as a result of injuries sustained in the crash. Olson said there were no obvious signs of trauma or severe injury to any of the other motorists involved in the crash, and all were transported to Ridgeview Medical Center for evaluation. There was no evidence or signs of impairment of the drivers involved in this incident, Olson said. The Minnesota State Patrol is reconstructing the crash and will be investigating the incident for review and possible charges by the Carver County Attorney’s Office, Olson said.
Aug. 12-16 Silver Lake Senior Nutrition Site Monday — Cranberry-glazed chicken, baked potato, Californiablend vegetables, bread, margarine, fruit cocktail, low-fat milk. Tuesday — Hamburger and tomato casserole, green beans, mandarin orange whip, bread, margarine, cookie, low-fat milk. Wednesday — Grilled chicken wrap, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, mayo, melon cubes, potato salad, bar, low-fat milk. Thursday — Baked fish, brown rice, cole slaw, mixed vegetables, dinner roll, margarine, raspberry parfait dessert, low-fat milk. Friday — Salisbury steak, parslied whole potatoes, squash, bread, margarine, blushing pears, pudding, low-fat milk.
Down Memory Lane
Compiled by Margaret Benz
75 YEARS AGO - AUG. 13, 1938 — The Firemen’s Dance, sponsored by the Silver Lake Fire Department, will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Swan Lake Pavilion. Music will be furnished by Henry Klima’s Orchestra. The Silver Lake Public School Board of Education voted a tax levy of $6,000 for school purposes. The Village of Silver Lake is accepting bids for one concrete mixer complete with engine, one large tool box, lumber used in sidewalk construction and one WPA outhouse. Lightning struck the corner of the house at the Harold Kasper residence Saturday evening and caused considerable damage, ripping off siding, burning out telephone fuses and melting the aerial wire. Mrs. Kasper, who was standing near the telephone when the bolt struck, and Mr. Kasper, who was approaching the house at the time, were momentarily stunned by the force of the blow, but escaped serious injury. The State Highway Department has given assurance that Highway 7 will be rebuilt between Silver Lake and Hutchinson with work being started next month. Stephen Pawlak brought in a corn stalk that measures 11 feet, which is on display in the Leader Office window. Joseph Barton shipped 30 head of Poland China hogs, which averaged 193 pounds in weight, to the South St. Paul Stockyards and received $9.75 a hundredweight. Albin Mickolichek was appointed clerk of School District 46 following the resignation of Ed Hudec, veteran board member, after 30 years of service. A.L. Danek’s Our Own Hardware Store has a seven-jar canner for 98¢, green glassware 7 pc. water set for 49¢; large No. 8 Griswold 10 5/8 inch pure cast iron skillet for 69¢; set of five Stoneware bowls for 59¢; buy any size can of Marval Spar varnish and get another can of the same size for 1¢. 50 YEARS AGO - AUG. 8, 1963 — A severe storm that struck the area after one o’clock last Friday morning toppled a tree in back of the Municipal Liquor Store. The tree crashed on top of Jerome Ruzicka’s car and blocked passage to John Koktan’s car parked next to it. The men are employees of the liquor store and were just about to leave when the storm struck. Limbs were scattered about town although the community escaped the main brunt of the heavy winds and rain. Fire of undetermined origin destroyed remnants of an old barn being razed and set fire to a nearby egg storage cooling building about three o’clock Sunday morning at the Milton Totusek farm. The Silver Lake Fire Department was hampered in its efforts by an unusually large crowd of spectators gathered at the scene who blocked the road and, in general, handicapped the work of the firemen. Some damage was caused to fields by other than department personnel. The Silver Lake Fire Department has issued a warning, effective immediately, that arrest tickets will be issued to anyone who obstructs free and easy passage of fire department equipment or men. Jake Rutske is putting in an entire new and decorative front on his uptown eating establishment, the Silver Grill. The interior of the St. Adalbert’s Catholic School has been repainted, lavatories have new tile walls, and the Sisters’ quarters were completely redecorated. Ken Vlcek, who has been cutting pasture sod for nine years, is seeking farmers who will grow a new type of nursery sod which can be sold for $500 an acre the same year as it is planted. Ernie Jurek is erecting a basement house in the new addition north of the St. Joseph Church. W.J. Hager, 72, retired Hutchinson jeweler, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 4, at the Hutchinson Hospital. Funeral services were held from the Quast Chapel on Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Malchow, 85, passed away on July 30 at the Hutchinson Hospital. Funeral services were held on Thursday, Aug. 1, at St. Anastasia Church in Hutchinson. Henry Kadlec passed away Tuesday of last week in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Funeral services were held there on Friday, Aug. 2. Mary Kay Roufs became the bride of Raymond Otto on June 22 at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Winsted. A son was born on Aug. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Judy Mallak) Malz. 25 YEARS AGO - AUG. 11, 1988 — The crowning of the 1988-89 Pola-Czesky Royalty was held on Sunday evening, Aug. 8, at the Silver Lake Public School Auditorium. Alicia Cafferty, daughter of Wayne and Janet Cafferty, was crowned queen and princess is Karen Hlavka, daughter of Joseph and Elaine Hlavka. The junior king and queen are Ricky Boys, son of Tony and Sharon Boys, and Karla Klaustermeier, daughter of Dale and Cindy Klaustermeier. The 1988 Pola-Czesky Grand Marshal is Jim Jurek, Jr. Due to declining enrollment at the Silver Lake Public School, $25,000 worth of cuts have been put into effect for the 1988-89 school year. Cuts made included the elementary music teaching position with music now be handled by the elementary teachers, teachers will now teach five hours per day rather than six hours, and the life science position will go to threefourths time. Mark Reese, vo ag teacher at Silver Lake High School, assumed the office of District 10 director of the Minnesota Vo Ag Instructors Association. Richard Goede, son of Edward and Delores Goede, has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff sergeant. Schmeling Oil Co. in Silver Lake has added a computerized tire spin balancer. The Silver Lake Legion softball team consisting of Beth Rumrill, Luann Tupa, Jenny Mikolichek, Kelli Wawrzyniak, Julie and Megan Baumann, Angie Horstmann, Brenda Swartzer, Stacy and Jody Wraspir, and Keri and Micki Wanous, participated in the girls fastpitch league of Hutchinson and claimed the second place trophy with a final record of 8-3. A 25th anniversary dance will be held Saturday, Aug. 13, for Ted and Sharon (Penaz) Skolberg at the Stewart American Legion Club.
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Thank you to the Silver Lake Fire Department and Ken Mathews for their quick response and all their time and effort in extinguishing the shed fire.
Football equipment pick-up set
Silver Lake Lions fifth- and sixth-grade players can pickup football equipment (helmets and pads) on Thursday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m., at the Hutchinson Recreation Center. Players are responsible for $25 of the $50 registration fee. The Silver Lake Lions will pay $25 for each player at the end of the season. Players are to provide their own football pants and footwear (tennis shoes or soccer shoes). Football pants will be for sale at the recreation center for $25 and mouthguards for $1 during equipment pick-up. The coaches are Gary Kosek and Brian Mikolichek, and a coaches’ meeting is set for Thursday, Aug. 22, at 8 p.m., at the recreation center. The Silver Lake Lions representative is Dan Tschimperle.
The following are standings for the second half of the Silver Lake horseshoe league: First, Silver Lake Fire Department, 20.5. Second, Silver Lake Legion, 20. Third, K&K Storage, 18. Fourth, Mallak’s Excavating, 17.5.
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No school referendum planned for November
But GSL building bond, project still in play
By Rich Glennie Editor Any talk of a November school building bond referendum is over, but discussion of the space needs at GlencoeSilver Lake is not. The conversation about facility needs will continue, according to GSL Superintendent Chris Sonju. At Monday night’s second community informational meeting in the high school auditorium, Sonju said deadlines for a November referendum have passed, and no public vote on a school addition building bond will take place this fall. But Sonju said the conversation about the facility needs for the district must continue, including talk of a building bond now in the range of $23 million to $25 million in the future. Before a handful of district residents, Sonju again went over the proposed options and why the building bond is needed. ***** The driving force for the building project, Sonju said, is space needs at Helen Baker Elementary School. But he said even if the Helen Baker space needs are addressed, there are space needs at the high school as well — including a need for more gymnasium space, more classrooms and more locker rooms. The proposed building project would meet those needs as well as the elementary needs in a one-campus approach, he stressed. The latest plan option would move the grades 7-8 classes to the east side of the high school to be closer to the specialty classes for those grades — art, music, industrial arts, etc. The other major change was to put a two-story wing for grades 2-3 on the north end of the Lincoln Jr. High instead of on the south side in the original plan. The rest of the original project would remain basically the same, with the main entry into the building coming from the north parking lot about where the entrance to the Panther Field House is now located. The new option would actually reduce square footage for the project, Sonju said, but because of increases in material costs, the latest estimates are closer to $25 million, instead of the original $18.6 million in 2011. Sonju said the construction of the Early Childhood Family Education/Early Childhood Special Education and Learning Readiness wing onto the Lincoln Jr. High is expected to be completed by the end of the year. In the meantime, those early childhood programs will be housed in two rooms at Lincoln Jr. High to start next school year and then move into the new wing after the Christmas break, Sonju said. That, in turn, will open up classroom space at Helen Baker. The special education program will move into the former ECFE rooms, and that will free up a classroom for a sixth section of first grade next school year. In talking to people about a building project, Sonju said many have emphasized “keep the costs down, but do it right.” He said that is the aim of the proposed project. The goal is to enhance the learning experiences for students, Sonju said, while being more efficient with one campus instead of two in Glencoe. The Helen Baker building would be closed under the proposed building plan. Another part of the building costs is improvements at the Lakeside building in Silver Lake with new windows and the remodeling of the special ed classroom there. “That building is not going anywhere,” Sonju stressed. “That building is in the (bonding) plan.” That work needs to be done at Lakeside building regardless, he added. “The needs haven’t changed,” Sonju said of the two referendum defeats in 2011. “We do a very good job of making things work,” he added about solving space problems at Helen Baker. “Maybe that’s our problem.” Sonju stressed the proposed project would address the district’s space needs well into the future by building in an extra section for each grade in order to “plan for future growth.” ***** But in order to get a project accomplished, Sonju said, “The public needs to get on board. Ultimately, it (the push for the project) needs to come from the community.” He said it took three attempts before the high school building bond was approved in the late 1960s. Now the high school is approaching its 44th year, and that is longer than the former Henry Hill building was used as a high school (36 years). “This is not a Cadillac of a building,” Sonju said of the building addition, but it meets the basic needs of the district. “We were told to go after what you need (for facilities), not any more.” Michelle Sander, district business manager, said people driving by the school buildings often say the buildings “look just fine. “But this building (high school) is 43 years old,” Sander said, and requires maintenance on an on-going basis with plumbing, electrical, roofs and boilers. Helen Baker was opened in 1953, Lincoln was opened in 1963 and the high school in 1970. Lakeside was renovated in the 1980s after a fire destroyed part of the school building. ***** Asked about the “stop gap” project for ECFE/SE, Sonju said the $1.9 million project was done with a lease levy that required no referendum. Of that total, about $600,000 in district funds were used. He said the lease levy is used for obtaining additional space for educational purposes. In essence, using the lease levy, “is leasing from ourselves in building new space.” GSL Board member Anne Twiss said she did not consider the ECFE/SE addition a “stop gap” project. “We will have a fantastic facility. It is really a part of the overall plan. It’s not a stop gap, it’s the beginning of a bigger project.” Sonju said the ECFE/SE addition gives the district’s youngest learners “a great start” with enough space to expand the program in a way it cannot now. Asked about interest rates, Sander said the interest rate of about 3.3 percent remains low, even though the cost of the project has risen. She said the original plan was for a 15-year bond. The new, more expensive plan would seek a longer bond of up to 30 years. She said while the actual tax impact on district properties will drop under a 30-year bond, the bond interest, over the longer time, will be more. When asked why the district does not expand and remodel the Helen Baker first and then “build what you need” at the junior-senior high, Sonju said the state may not allow the district to pour that kind of money into the Helen Baker facility. Twiss said even if the Helen Baker building is fixed, “we still do not have enough classroom space.” She said the proposed addition, “adds enough classroom space and efficiences, too.” Asked about the resale value of Helen Baker, Sonju said it is probably about the same as the old middle school (Henry Hill) — $1. He said the last thing the district wants is for the Helen Baker building to be boarded up and left to deteriorate. “But we can’t market it until we get a positive referendum,” Sonju said. He stressed the need to keep that building as an asset to the community, “not a liability.” Sander said the land is probably more valuable than the Helen Baker building. People need to keep in mind, Sander said, that the Helen Baker building was opened in 1953, and education has changed considerably since then. She pointed to the space needs for special education that now take up classrooms; the need for handicapped bathrooms that are not now available; the expansion of technology and the Helen Baker building still has electrical fuses. As to expanding Helen Baker to gain more classroom space, Sander said, like Lakeside in Silver Lake, it is landlocked. While there is some space at Helen Baker, it would require the loss of the school’s playground and its parking. “There is not a lot of free room.” Sonju said the conversation will continue about facility needs. “No one wants taxes raised, but I think this is a great investment with lots of benefits,” Sonju said.
Obituaries Stanley A. Svoboda, 89, of Silver Lake
Stanley A. Svoboda, 89, of Silver Lake, died at his residence on July 30, 2013. Memorial services were held Friday, Aug. 2, at Faith Presbyterian Church in Silver Lake. The Rev. Carol Chmielewski was the officiant. Honorary pallbearers were Brent Uecker, Paul Hahn, Clarence Hoodecheck, Mark Starke, Joe Provencher, Keith Saunders and Dan Clark. Mr. Svoboda was born Aug. 27, 1923, in Hutchinson Township, Hutchinson, to Frank and Anna (Stritesky) Svoboda. Mr. Svoboda lived his entire life on the family farm. He was a bartender for 30 years at the Pla-Mor Ballroom in Glencoe. He was a lifelong farmer who loved all of the animals that they had on the farm. He especially loved his family and spending time with his grandchildren. Survivors include his wife, Loretta; daughters, Stannetta Svoboda of Fairmont and Loriley (Chad) Eggert of Hutchinson; grandchildren, Gavin Eggert and Lily Eggert, brothers-in-law, Ervin (Diane) Damlow and Willard (Carol) Damlow; sisters-in-law, Harriet (Kenneth) Koelln, Arlene Dubisar and Martina Mathews; and nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; siblings, Bill (Clara) Svoboda, Ben (Agnes) Svoboda, Henry Svoboda, Joe (Tillie) Svoboda, Gladys (Krcil) Miska, Elwin Krcil, Lyle Miska and Grace (Myron) Barfknecht; brothersin-law, Raymond Damlow, Alfred Damlow and Everett Damlow; and sister-in-law, Dorathy Forcier.Maresh Funeral Home, Silver Lake, assisted the family with arrangements. Online condolences can be made at www.mareshfuneralhome. com.
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor 320-327-2265 http://silverlakechurch.org Thurs., Aug. 8 — Women’s fellowship meeting at Unhinged! Pizza, 6 p.m. Sat., Aug. 10 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m.; women’s Bible study, 9 a.m. Sun., Aug. 11 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; fellowship and refreshment time, 9 a.m.; pre-service prayer time, 9:15 a.m.; worship service with guest speaker Dr. Tom McCracken, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school for all ages, 10:35 a.m.; open shooting for Centershot graduates, 11:45 a.m. Mon., Aug. 12 — Church board meeting, 7 p.m. Tues., Aug. 13 — Set-up for McLeod County Fair, 3 p.m. Wed., Aug. 14 - Sun., Aug. 18 — Church booth at McLeod County Fair. Dial-A-Bible Story, 320-3272843. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN 108 W. Main St., Silver Lake 320-327-2452 Fax 320-327-6562 E-mail: faithfriends @embarqmail.com Mark Ford, Pastor Carol Chmielewski, CLP Office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., Aug. 11 — Communion service with fellowship to follow, 10 a.m.; deacons meeting after service; Mariner’s potluck at Bentz cabin. Mon., Aug. 12 — Session meeting, 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY 700 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., Aug. 8 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m. Fri., Aug. 9 — Mass, 8 a.m. Sat., Aug. 10 — Reconciliation, 5:30 p.m.; Mass, 6:30 p.m. Sun., Aug. 11 — Mass, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tues., Aug. 13 — Mass, 8 a.m.; eucharistic adoration, 8:30 a.m. Wed., Aug. 14 — Mass, 7 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 15 — Mass, 8 a.m.; Mass at Bear Creek Assumption Cemetery, 6:30 p.m. RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 20924 State Hwy. 7 W., Hutchinson 320-587-2074 E-mail: assembly@ hutchtel.net Dr. Lee Allison, pastor Sun., Aug. 11 — Worship, 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Wed., Aug. 14 — Family night activities, 6:30 p.m. FIRST CONGREGATION UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 31 Fourth Ave. S.W., Hutchinson 320-587-2125 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Sun., Aug. 11 — Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:15 a.m. ST. PIUS X CHURCH 1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., Aug. 8 — Mass at GRHS-LTC, 10:30 a.m.; St. Pius X school registrations, 3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.; no worship committee meeting. Fri., Aug. 9 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; wedding rehearsal, 5 p.m.; no Spanish Mass. Sat., Aug. 10 — Spanish baptism session, 10 a.m.; WilkensHellquist wedding, 2 p.m.; religious education registration before and after Mass; reconciliation, 4 p.m.; Mass with KC corporate communion, recruitment, 5 p.m.; KC family picnic follows Mass. Sun., Aug. 11 — Religious education registration before and after Mass; Mass, 9:30 a.m.; Spanish Mass, 11:30 a.m.; Hispanic ministry religious education registration; Mass at Seneca, 4:30 p.m.; Mass at Holy Family, Silver Lake, 8 p.m. Mon., Aug. 12 — No Mass; St. Pius X school registrations, 3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.; HandS committee, 6:30 p.m. Tues., Aug. 13 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; PAC meeting, 8 p.m. Wed., Aug. 14 — St. Pius X school registrations, 3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.; no evening prayer; Mass for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 7 p.m.; St. Pius X school registrations, 8:15 p.m.-10 p.m. BETHEL LUTHERAN 77 Lincoln Ave., Lester Prairie Bethany Nelson, pastor 320-395-2125 Sat., Aug. 10 — Work day at church, 10 a.m. Sun., Aug. 11 — Worship, 9 a.m.; coffee and fellowship, 10 a.m. Tues., Aug. 13 — Trustee meeting, 5:30 p.m.
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On Sunday, July 28, Grace Bible Church in Silver Lake held its annual “Bikers Service” at the church. After worship, bikers lined up outside the church for a “blessing of the bikes” before heading out. The group went west on Highway 7 and north on County Road 4, and returned on County Road 16 along Swan Lake. Members for the Christian Motocyclists Association (CMA) were present.
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Music in the Park draws over 460 people; winners for Aug. 1 listed
Over 460 people enjoyed the final evening of the sixweek Music in the Park series in Silver Lake last Thursday at Silver Lake Legion Park. The Silver Nickel Band provided the music, and the Church of the Holy Family CCW served lunch. The following are the prize winners from Thursday, Aug. 1: Donation of $20 to charity of one’s choice and candy from Faith Presbyterian Church, Mike Mickolichek; bag of 3M products donated by 3M and Doris Wraspir: Ron Shimanski; Free baskets of cheese curds at Pola-Czesky Days donated by the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus: Mary Brelje, Gene Ebnet and Ryan Kaczmarek; Wooden eagle donated by Wood Creations, LeRoy and Judy Pokornowski: Ken Merrill; $5 cash donated by the GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club: Vernon Briesemeister; $10 cash donated by Martha Urban: John Shamla; loaves of banana bread donated by Marjorie Bandas: Ruth McKee and Mark Dressel; $5 cash donated anonymously: Jerry Friedrich and Alan Liepold; Free 20-pound cyclinder fill doanted by Lakes Gas: Ray Pavlish; $5 cash donated by Silver Lake Civic Association: Jack Nuwash and Pearl Kloempken; 12-pack of pop donated by Silver Lake Liquors: Tony Posusta and Brenda Mickolichek; Ten-dollar gift certificate for steak fry donated by Silver Lake American Legion Auxiliary Unit 141: Ray Bandas; bag of 3M products donated by Wayne and Barb Micka: Mary Jaskowiak; Potholder and towel set donated anonymously: Charlie Polifka; 12-pack of pop donated by Ed and Delores Goede: Clarence Juncewski; two-liter bottle of pop donated anonymously: Debbie Nowak; Gift certificate for malt or shake donated by Molly’s Cafe: Lee Grams; postage stamps donated by DeAnne Fiecke: Judy Sellnow and Cassie Helmbrecht; free hamburger at Pola-Czesky Days donated by Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club: Sean Askerud, Marlys Friauf and Helene Splettstazer; Ten dollars in cash donated by Pokornowski Trucking: Lloyd Weisenburger and Carol Navratil; gift certificate at Silver Lake Legion Club donated by Brad’s Sealcoating and Joe Bandas: Becca Green; Twelve-pack of pop donated by L&P Supply: Kathryn Froemming and Andy Hedin; body mist and lotion and nail polish and body powder donated by Jeannie Oestreich: Doug Winkelman and Alice Paul; Five dollars cash donated by Grandma’s Closet: Morgan Rumrill; rain gauge donated by Sumter Mutual Insurance: Emily Nagy; Five dollars in cash donated by Silver Lake Degree of Honor: Barb Kern; CD donated by Wee Willie Orchestra: Ellen Fratzke; Gift bag donated anonymously: Beth Nowak; a peck of apples donated by Shimanski Orchard: Brian Mace; bag of 3M products donated by Dave and Susie Horejsi: Leroy Brelje; $10 gift certificate toward food and bar at Silver Lake Legion donated by Silver Lake American Legion Post 141: Susie Horejsi; Floral arrangement donated by Jean’s Floral: Shellie Shufelt; $5 cash donated by Western Fraternal Life Lodge Lumir: Irene Rasmussen; cookbook donated by Cedar Crest: Mary Pat Ruzicka; Five dollars in cash donated by Sturges Truck Sales: Bev Dreis; two-liter bottle of pop donated anonymously: Don Ranzau; and baking potato bag donated anonymously: Kayla Schermann; PolaCzesky gift bag donated by Silver Lake Pola-Czesky Royalty: Ramona Ehrke. For the kids’ drawing, the prizes and winners were: Free hamburger and notebook at Pola-Czesky Days donated by Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club: Hunter Sudheimer; gummi worms donated by Grandma’s Closet: Chelsea Bandas; box of freeze pops and nail polish and notebook donated anonymously: Wyatt Guennigsmann and Lauren Terlinder; Basket of cheese curds donated by the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus: Deja Webster; Kool-Aid mix, notebook and pop rocks donated by Beth Nowak: Tanya Carby and Hailey Roulet; Hair accessories and coin purse and hand sanitizer and notebook donated anonymously: Tiffany Vorlicek and Melody Nikkel; coloring book and crayons, coloring book and calculator, and coloring book and markers donated anonymously: Joseph Sullivan, Max Davis, and Lilly Nikkel; Hair bands and craft kit, harmonica and notepads, and deck of cards donated anonymously: April Bakken, SJ Dahlheimer and Brandon Dimond.
Silver Lake Leader photos by Alyssa Schauer
Music in the Park finale
Last week, the Silver Nickel Band (above) performed for the final Thursday evening at Music in the Park. The Church of the Holy Family served lunch and over 460 people attended, including the couples to the left and below, the kids particpate in the weekly chicken dance.
Kitchen Delights & Other Things
Zesty Summer Chicken Ingredients: 6 tablespoons dark soy sauce 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 2 tablespoons sunflower oil 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 piece fresh ginger root, minced 1 teaspoon ground coriander 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons grated lime zest 6 skin-on, boneless chicken breasts 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 tablespoon water Directions: Whisk the soy sauce, lime juice, sunflower oil, jalapeno pepper, garlic, ginger, coriander, brown sugar, and lime zest together in a bowl until the sugar dissolves. Place the chicken into a re-sealable plastic bag, and pour the marinade overtop. Mix to coat chicken, then seal bag, and refrigerate at least 2 hours. Heat a large, nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Remove the chicken from the marinade, and shake off excess. Place into skillet, skin-side down, and cook until the skin crisps, about 4 minutes. Turn chicken over, and continue cooking on the other side until no longer pink in the center. Once done, remove the chicken and keep warm. Pour the remaining marinade into a skillet. Dissolve cornstarch in water, and stir into the sauce until thickened and clear. Bring the mixture to a boil, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer 5 minutes. Serve chicken with sauce. Grilled Italian Zucchini Ingredients: 2 zucchini, cut lengthwise into 1/4 inch slices 1 bottle (8 ounces) Italian-style salad dressing 3 ounces shredded Cheddar cheese 3 ounces shredded Pepper Jack cheese 1/8 teaspoon Italian-style seasoning 1 tablespoon freshly grated Parmesan cheese Directions: Place zucchini in a medium bowl with Italianstyle salad dressing. Cover, and marinate in the refrigerator approximately 6 hours. Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat, and lightly oil grate. Grill zucchini slices about 2 minutes per side, until browned and tender. Arrange grilled zucchini slices on a medium serving platter. Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese, Pepper Jack cheese and Italian-style seasoning. Microwave on high 90 seconds, or until cheeses are melted. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, and serve hot. Summer Sweet Smoothies Ingredients: 2 cups cranberry juice 2 cups strawberries 1 cup blueberries 1 cup watermelon chunks 1 banana 2 fresh figs Directions: Process the cranberry juice, strawberries, blueberries, watermelon, banana, and figs in a blender until smooth and creamy. Enjoy immediately or keep cool in refrigerator. Jalapeno Margaritas Ingredients: Kosher salt Ice cubes 4 fluid ounces tequila 2 fluid ounces triple sec 2 limes, juiced 1 tablespoon agave nectar 1/2 jalapeno pepper, seeded and diced 1 limes, cut into wedges Directions: Pour 1/4 to 1/2 inch of salt onto a small, shallow plate. Moisten the rim of two margarita glasses with water and dip into the salt. Fill with ice, and set aside. Pour the tequila, triple sec, lime juice, agave nectar, and jalapeno into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake vigorously until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into the prepared glasses, and garnish with lime wedges to serve.
Memorials received in honor of Mills
In July, the American Cancer Society received memorials from family and friends remembering Glen Mills. The American Cancer Society receives memorial gifts in memory of the deceased and honor gifts as tributes to the living. According to Jeanne Ray, Memorial Chair, one can make a memorial gift by contacting Ray with their name, address, the name of the person remembered, and the name and the address of the person to whom the notice of the gift should be sent. Requests can be sent to Ray at 809 Lindy Lane NE, Hutchinson, MN 55350. Please call the American Cancer Society at its toll free number at 800-227-2345 or contact Ray at 320-587-2838.
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Precipitation above 5-year average
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service’s July 19 report, precipitation totals since April 1 for Hutchinson were 3.8 inches above the norm and 1.3 inches above the norm the last month. Precipitation totals for St. Cloud were 3.4 above the norm since April 1 and 1.2 above the norm the last month. Statewide corn height was determined to be 44 inches tall compared with the five-year average of 59 inches. Many area corn fields are now starting in the tasseling stage. Soybeans height was determined to be 12 inches tall compared with the five-year average of 16 inches. Spring wheat percent that was headed was 87 percent headed compared with the five-year average of 85 percent. Locally, crop conditions are doing very well other than drowned-out spots from heavy rainfall in June. Moisture stress is starting to set in on some corn fields where less rainfall was received and in fields with lighter soil textures. Weed control has been a major concern in recent weeks due to the rainy weather. There are reports of soybean aphids in Minnesota, but levels have remained low thus far. A practice that can be considered after harvesting small grains, sweet corn and corn silage is planting a cover crop. A cover crop is any crop grown between two cash crops. Cover crops can even be worked into the corn-soybean rotation, especially when overseeded at the leaf yellowing
By Nathan Winter, Extension
stage. Be sure to check with the Farm Service Agency and your crop insurance provider any time you intend to harvest or pasture a cover crop. The benefits of utilizing cover crops in a rotation are numerous. Cover crops can reduce soil erosion from wind and rain, prevent soil crusting, improve water absorption and infiltration and slow water and nutrients from leaving the landscape. Protecting and improving our soils can help to conserve and improve the soil in your field. Soil quality will be improved and more water will be available for your future cash crops. Choosing which species or mix to plant depends on your needs and goals, as well as the availability of the seed. There are a few main categories of cover crop species and those include grasses, legumes, and brassicas/mustards. Some of the utilized grasses include oats, triticale, millet and winter rye. The legumes commonly include clovers, field peas, alfalfa and vetches. The other category that is utilized is the brassicas/mustards. The most famous of these includes the tillage radish as well as canola, forage turnip and yellow mustard. The same rules on planting timing apply for cover crops as other agronomic crops. Cover crops need to be planted when soil conditions are favorable and rainfall is adequate for germination and establishment. The Midwest Cover Crop Council has numerous publications listed on its website, www.mccc.msu.edu, as well as a web-based cover crop decision tool to assist farmers in choosing an appropriate cover crop for their situation. University of Minnesota Extension researchers and educators worked with a committee of farmers, agencies and organizations to help growers make the best decisions about cover crops. Minnesota’s decision tool is available by utilizing the following link: http://z.umn. edu/covercropdecisiontool.
12U Brownton Cubs Win State Qualifier
After ending their regular season with 21 wins, one tie and two losses, the 12U Brownton Cubs took first place in the Crow River Fastpitch 12U Tier 2 State Tournament Qualifier on July 21 in Hutchinson. The Cubs will be moving on to play in the upcoming state tournament in Buffalo. Front row, from left to right, Hannah Boesche, Sydney Lepel, Kasidy Cacka, Grace Garoutte, Olivia Lemke and Abby Gronlund. Back row: Coach Chris Hansch, Brianna Wraspir, Rhyan Herrmann, Grace Draeger, Micki Frahm, Kaitlyn Uecker, Olivia Streich, Taylor Hatlestad and Coach Lori Cacka. Missing from the photo is Lexi Hansch.
Pedal pull winners announced
On Saturday, Aug. 3, the annual kids’ pedal pull was held near Silver Lake Legion Park during Pola-Czesky Days. For Class A, 40-49 pounds, the winners were: first place, Charlie Kieser, 5, of Hutchinson, 60’8”; second, Madison Bieganek, 6, of Silver Lake, 58’6’; and Joesph Sullivan, 6, of Silver Lake, 50’2”. For Class B, 50-59 pounds, the winners were: first place, Nate Nowak, 6, of St. Louis Park, 49’ 10”; Autumn Kaczmarek, 6, Silver Lake, 48’ 1”; and Holden Anderson, 6, Silver Lake, 48”. Class C, 60-69 pounds, winners were: Tyler Grutt, 9, of Hutchinson, 19’10”; Kianna Dolezal, 9, Silver Lake, 19’5”; and Madeline Mills, 9, Silver Lake, 19’4”. Class D, 70-79 pounds, winners were: Tanya Carby, 10, Buffalo, 34’8”; Mya Dahlheimer, 8, Silver Lake, 31’ 10”; and Kyle Oestreich, 10, Silver Lake, 31’9”. And Class E winners, 80-89 pounds, include: Katy Lacy, 9, Silver Lake, 27’ 7”; Torri Carby, 10, Ramsey, 27’3”; and Michael Butler, 11, Silver Lake, 26’10”.
Fall activities eligbility meetings set
On Thursday, Aug. 8, Glencoe-Silver Lake will host required informational and eligibility meetings. The participants will meet with coaches and receive scheduled and athletic policies, and signed forms are required before a student can participate. According to Activities Director Kay Wilson, the participation fees will be collected beginning at 5 p.m. in the high school cafeteria on Thursday, Aug. 8. The meetings will be at 6 p.m. for grades 7-12 cross country, 7-12 boys and girls soccer, 7-12 girls tennis, grade 9-12 volleyball and 9-12 football. On Thursday, Aug. 15, meetings will be held at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria for grades 7-8 football, grades 7-8 volleyball, 9-12 cheerleading and grades 7-12 fall musical. “I encourage you to participate in the GSL activity program,” Wilson said. “Research has shown that students who are involved in extracurricular activities do better in school. If you haven’t been involved we encourage you to try something!” The Minnesota State High School League requires that all student athletes have a physical examination performed within the previous three years to be eligible for sports, Wilson added. For most students, this means when entering seventh and 10th grade • Students must bring their completed Minnesota State High School League form signed by a parent. Forms are available at the school or online at www.mshsl.org. The activity fees are listed on the letter and sent to students and parents. “If you need financial assistance or would like to make payment arrangements for the fee, contact Rebecca Dahl in the GSL District Office at 320-864-2494 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org,” Wilson said. “We want all students who want to be involved in activities to have the opportunity. Activity fees may also be paid online from the GSL website,” Wilson said. Wilson encourages students and parents to get to the cafeteria early. At 6 p.m., the general meeting will be held in the high school auditorium. The individual activity meetings will follow the general session. “You may register after the meeting as well to help with the congestion,” she added. “You may use either day (Aug. 8 or Aug. 15) as a makeup date if you cannot attend on the day your child’s activity is scheduled. Students may not begin practice without having all forms on file or fees paid. It is REQUIRED for parents and participants to attend this meeting!,” Wilson stressed. Wilson asked participants to learn to use the school’s website for schedules, directions to sites and updates. Go to www.gsl.k12.mn.us and click on the calendar. You also may view the advanced view of the calendar which notes bus times and any comments that are entered. Also click on “notify me” if you want e-mails sent when changes are made to schedules. It is also important for parents to use the GSL activity lines. The high school activity line is 320-864-2444, the junior high activity line is 320-8642555. “Please call when you don’t understand the bus, practice, or game schedules, etc. It is often only through your phone calls and e-mails that we find out about problems that can be fixed,” Wilson said.
Glencoe-Silver Lake School Board
School Board Proceedings ISD #2859 Glencoe-Silver Lake, Minnesota July 8, 2013 The School Board of Independent School District #2859 met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. in the High School Media Center. Board Chair Christianson called the meeting to order. Present: Kuester, Alsleben, VonBerge, Christianson, and Twiss. Absent: Lindeman. Also present: Superintendent Sonju; Business Manager Sander; Technology Staff Morris; and Superintendent’s Secretary Peterson. The next regular School Board meeting will be on August 12th at 7:00 p.m. in the High School Media Center. Reports: Business Manager Sander and Superintendent Sonju. 1. Public Input: None 2. Alsleben/Kuester to approve the agenda (5-0). 3. Twiss/VonBerge to approve the consent agenda: June bills; regular Board meeting minutes of June 10, 2013. Hiring: Shawn Fettig as 1 FTE Math Teacher at GSL High School; Chelsea Lindeman as K-2 Phy Ed Teacher with Adaptive at Helen Baker Elementary School. Resignations: Clare Nolan, 7th Grade English Teacher at Lincoln Junior High School; Ashley Jans as Special Education – EBD Teacher at GSL Lakeside Elementary School; Joy Freitag as 6th Grade Teacher at GSL Lakeside Elementary School; and Ashleigh Moelter as Head Gymnastics Coach. Extracurricular assignments: Dave Dose as Assistant Football Coach; Kraig Terlinden as Junior High Football Coach (5-0). 4. Kuester/Twiss to approve the additional Fundraiser Report information from Brea Wiblemo for the 20122013 school year (5-0). 5. Alsleben/Kuester to accept the bid from McLeod Publishing, Inc. through June 30, 2014 for legal notices in The McLeod Country Chronicle and the Silver Lake Leader (5-0). 6. Twiss/VonBerge to call for fuel bids for the 2013-2014 school year (50). 7. Alsleben/Kuester to approve the two-year transportation agreements with Posusta Busing, LLC and Gene Piehl for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school years (5-0). 8. Kuester/Twiss to renew membership to Minnesota School Boards Association from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 (5-0). 9. Alsleben/Kuester to approve the pay rates for Community Education staff for the 2013-2014 school year (5-0). 10. VonBerge/Kuester to set the Panther Field House six-month family membership fee at $240 (5-0). 11. The School Board conducted a formal evaluation of Superintendent Sonju. 12. Kuester/Alsleben to accept donations from: State Farm Insurance, New Auburn VFW Post #7266, 1st Minnesota Bank, Glencoe Co-op, Glencoe VFW Post #5102, and Dave and Sally Davis (5-0). 13. VonBerge/Alsleben to adjourn at 7:26 p.m. (5-0). 14. Complete minutes and all documents relating to this meeting are on file and available for review at the Superintendent’s Office, 1621 East 16th Street, Glencoe. Glencoe-Silver Lake School District #2859 By: Anne Twiss, Board Clerk These minutes are unofficial until approved by School Board action. (Published in the Silver Lake Leader August 8, 2013)
Plato Lions golf tourney set Aug. 12 at Glencoe
On Monday, Aug. 12, the Plato Lions will host a golf tournament at the Glencoe Country Club, with registration at 11 a.m. and shotgun start at 1 p.m. Cost is $50 per person for Glencoe Club members, $60 per person for non-Glencoe Club members, and $40 per person for Glencoe Club members with their own cart. The tournament will be a four-person scramble and entry fee includes cart, dinner and prizes. Registration fees after Aug. 5 will be $10 more per foursome. To register, contact Ken Franke at 320-238-2370 or email kmfranke@embarqmail .com. If you are not interested in golfing, consider becoming a hole sponsor at $25 per hole or donating a door prize. All proceeds go to local projects.
Concussion checks part of eligibility meetings
Marielle Gatenby, certified athletic trainer with Ridgeview Rehab Specialities, announced that she will be conducting Neuro-cognitive Baseline Testing using the ImPACT system on Aug. 9 at the eligibility meeting. ImPACT (Immediate PostConcussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the first, most widely used, and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system, Gatenby said. “Given the inherent difficulties in concussion management, it is important to manage concussions on an individualized basis and to implement baseline testing and/or post-injury neurocognitive testing,” Gatenby said. “This type of concussion assessment can help to objectively evaluate the concussed athlete’s post-injury condition and track recovery for safe return to play, thus preventing the cumulative effects of a concussion.” The testing will take place as follows: Grades 9 and 11 volleyball, Aug. 8, at 4:45 p.m. (meet at computer lab Room 121). Grades 9 and 11, boys and girls soccer, Aug. 8, at 4:45 p.m. (meet at computer lab Room 121). Grades 9 and 11, football, Aug. 8, at 5:15 p.m. (meet at computer lab Room 121). “If you have already had a baseline in the last year with Ridgeview, you DO NOT need to test again,” Gatenby said. If not sure, contact Gatenby at Marielle.gatenby@ridgeview medical.org. If your son or daughter participates in GSL activities and you are not on this list for testing but would like a baseline, please contact Gatenby at marielle.gatenby@ridgeview medical.org. to discuss testing availability. Winter activities will test during the winter activities registration.
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Professional Caretakers on personal basis with reasonable rates. Interior and exterior scheduled cleaning, pet care, grounds keeping, maintenance, bobcat work, debris removal. Matt and Mary (320) 510-2211.
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Special-95% Goodman gas furnace and programmable thermostat, $2,200 installed or AC unit, $1,900 installed. J&R Plumbing Heating AC, Lester Prairie (320) 510-5035.
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2013 Pola-Czesky Days
Pirates of the Caribbean Marissa, Anna and Katy Lacy guard their gold during the kiddie parade on Saturday morn-
ing. The kiddie parade is sponsored annually by the Silver Lake GFWC Women’s Club.
Justin Jacques and George Jones were determined to win the toilet bowl races on Friday evening. The races are spon-
sored by the Silver Lake Civic Association.
Riley Rairdon enjoys mini Deb Bebo and Kathy Simondet entered their Volkswagon beetle in the car show on donuts with dad, Andy. Saturday afternoon at Pola-Czesky Days.
Ron Posusta is behind the wheel as Madison Posusta and Miah Monahan ride atop one of the Silver Lake fire trucks during the parade Sunday.
Becca Green is in shock as Princess Chrissy Helmbrecht crowns her. Brianna Nemec (left) applauds.
Cole and Nate Nowak were the most inconspicous of entrants in the kiddie parade on Saturday, marching in their homemade lego costumes.
Silver Lake Leader photos by Alyssa Schauer
Snow White Ashlyn Imdieke is proud of her first place prize during the kiddie parade on Saturday.
Lisa Blazinski and Ross Horstmann are all smiles during the parade on Sunday.
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