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Wright-Cromwell News: Sept.27 2018

School Picture Day is Monday, Oct. 1. You may order at mylifetouch.com; our school ID is MI538047Y0. All online orders will receive a coupon code via email for a free 8-by-8-inch, 20-page, hardcover photo book from Shutterfly. If you have an email on file with the school, you should have received an email with this information last week. You may also log on to our school website at isd95.org to see the flier and details.

Linda Kalli is calling one final meeting for this year's Wrong Days to discuss a financial update, fall raffle and band for next year. It will be Monday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m. at Kalli's. She would like to see as many people there as possible, even if you haven't attended any other meetings.

p>The Carlton County Historical Society is asking folks to join or renew their memberships. They have been honoring the memory of the 1918 fires victims this past year and want folks to know that joining the CCHS is a great way to preserve the history of the past and present. Dues are as follows: seniors age 65 and over, $15; adults, $20; family, $30; sponsors, $100; and patrons, $500. Organizations can also join with dues as follows: Basic, $25; Friend, $50; Sponsor, $100; and Patron, $500. Just send your donations or memberships to Carlton County Historical Society, 406 Cloquet Ave, Cloquet, MN 55720.

The Carlton County Retired Educators would also like to thank an anonymous donor for the generous donation received recently. They are in need of such donations to help with the Little Red School House at the County Fair in Barnum, so if you are so inclined, donations can be made out to CCRE and sent to Jennie K. Hanson, 620 Center Rd., Wright, MN 55798.

Chilloween Halloween Party will be Oct. 26 from 5-11 p.m. at the Cromwell Park Pavilion. Watch future bus bulletins for more information. We rely completely on volunteers and donations to provide this fun, free event for the kids, so please contact Brenda Nyberg at 218-390-4570 if you are willing to help.

Did anyone get to read the story in the Duluth News Tribune about the "20 Under 40" successful young people in the area? Well, Heather Bradford, formerly of Wright, was one of the people featured and her story was very interesting. Congratulations, Heather, on being chosen for this award.

That's all the news from "the Edge of Wright" and enjoy the turning of the fall leaves.

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