Jennie K. Hanson
The annual meeting of the Farmer's Co-op Store in Wright will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8, at the Wright Senior Citizens building to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law, including election of directors, changes to the bylaws and reducing the number of directors from seven to five of the cooperative, and any other business that is legally presented will be considered. All qualified members are encouraged to attend. There will be a light lunch and door prizes following the meeting.
Come early, the lines go so fast you don't even have time for your coffee to cool. Be in Cromwell from 9:30-11 a.m. Bring your own boxes and $20 cash if you plan to participate. The food can get heavy, so many folks brought small wagons or coolers on wheels to carry the food.
Ebba and her husband, Ray, established Villa Vista Care Center in 1974 where she served as the administrator. Ebba served on the Cromwell School Board, the Cromwell Credit Union and Cromwell Co-op Board of Directors, was a member of YOT and the Garden Club, and was awarded the Outstanding Senior Citizen of Carlton County in 2006.
Ian was in the NICU as he worked out a couple of issues, but he and mom are doing well thanks to all of dad's help and the awesome staff at the hospital. Nicole's parents are Roger and Kim Suhonen. Congratulations to Linda Dahlman as she retires from Moose Lake School on June 30. She has had a long career in school finance and office work.
The potluck breakfast and interdenominational worship service was well received and it was decided to hold another one in Wright at 10:30 a.m. July 16, the weekend of Wrong Days, at either the Big Top or the Free Church. The Carlton County Historical Society presents its sixth annual Accordion Concert at 4 p.m.
There is a detour around South Finn Road, west of Wright or near Sawyer, East of Cromwell. This will cause some inconvenience, but sure needs to be done.
; Father's Day Brunch, after services at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. All fathers and sons are encouraged to attend and wear an ugly tie or hat. They will be judged on originality and creativeness. That's all the news from Lake Schoolisoutsoenjoy and have a safe and happy week!
We had a really great week May 21-28 as our youngest son Curtis was home from San Francisco to help us clean and organize our home. It's amazing how much stuff one can collect in 47 years of living in the same place. And the weird thing is that the stuff that meant so much to us years ago doesn't have much meaning at all now. I guess that's Mother Nature's way of helping us shed these no longer needed or wanted items. That's all the news from Lake Letsummerbegin and have a safe and happy week
The owners of Cardinal Court/Villa Vista held a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast at the facility May 19. They thanked everyone for the volunteering that has been happening on a regular basis for all they do to make the residents' lives much better. Everyone left with a lovely plant to help remind them of the thanks they received.
Rozzie Dahlman Obando writes: "I want to get ahead of Mother's Day to say how proud I am of my mom, Linda Dahlman, for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from MASBO for her excellent work in school finance as business manager in Moose Lake. You have always been a great role model for me, mom. You have taught me so much, are always there for me and I can only hope to be like you (when I grow up)!" Linda has been a school financial secretary at the Cromwell-Wright School, the Wrenshall School and for the past years at Moose Lake school. She did a fantastic job keeping the financial records of these schools in order.