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June 25, 2002

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Development on Big Stone Lake approved by board Big Stone County&apos;s Board of Commissioners gave their approval to two additions along the shores of Big Stone Lake at its regular meeting last Tuesday. Titled Stielowville, the land on one of the additions is currently owned by Dick and Alice Stielow of rural Clinton, and will have 17 lots. The Stielows, along with commis- sioners and County Engineer Nick Anderson, discussed the roadway which will run through the property. "I think you need a good road there," Anderson stated, "because people will be spending $200,000 for a home. From a maintenance stand- point, too, you'll want it to be a public road for snow removal and repair issues." Commissioner Richard Lane added that hindsight would come into play later on, telling the Stielows there should have been a good, wider road put in when they had the chance. "We'll have to charge more for lots with a wider road," Dick Stielow stat- ed, "because it'll cost more to devel- op." After discussion, board members approved the preliminary plat for the new lake addition, as well as prelimi- nary plats for the Ridge Creek subdi- vision on Big Stone Lake (eight lots), and the Gens Addition on Artichoke Lake. In other business, commissioners approved a $7,500 contribution to the Western Minnesota Prairie Waters tourism program, the same amount they had contributed last year. Rebecca Jackson of the UMVRDC also presented the board with statistics on regional tourism benefits. MAC and NAPS food day July 3 MAC and NAPS food will be dis- tributed on Wednesday, July 3 at the regular pickup time of 10:30 - 12:30 at the New Life Community Baptist Church in Ortonville. This free food is based on income for senior citizens 60 years of age and older and children up to age 6. If you feel you might qualify for this box of free food, call 320-839- 3247 for information. Bridal shower set for Jessica Person An open house bridal shower honoring Jessica Person, bride to be of Roger Lund (son of Dennis and Suzanne Lund) will be held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, rural Appleton, on Sunday, June 30, 2002 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Clinton : 1-320-325-5250 i Crop or 1-800-713-5868 ii Protect|o. WHEH COMES ONE HAME COMES U F ...... M,,, (E H,"A" Call _/ Look For The C your Farmers M Dave for a quote on Hail Insurance ne 00'N'f Happy 6th i rthday HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF BIG STONE LAI(E you are to the dede0000 of Ilimberly Jenkins" New Home P located at 903 SE 2nd Street, Ortonville Sundoy, June 3Oth OPEN HOUSE 4.<10-6:OO PM = DEDICATION AT 5:30 PM A Sincere Thank you Jim & Sons Lumber Barr's Electric Larson Doors Jerry's Carpet Installation William Watson Law Office Owens Coming Strege's Auto Olson Plumbing & Heating Peggy Duffield and her OHS Class to the fo//oevg and a/so to those who uh to remae an0nyrn0ua, who e/paud , m.k e  for Kvn .nd her  Eagle Excavating Riley Brothers Carlson Drywall Whirlpool Appliance Co. Hanson Construction Co. Ortonville United Appeal Ortonville Plumbing & Heating Block White Company Rick Barnhardt Trucking Erv Mikkelson (for overseeing this project) Special thanks to all those organizations, churches and inviduals who donated financially andor time and energy to work on the project or fundraisers. Henrich & Sons Prinsco Corp, O'Kayes Hasslen Construction Co. Hunter Douglas Blinds Sev's Gravel & Excavating Farmers Co-op Elevator Yale Security Products Hedge & Herberg QUITE PROUD OF THEIR NEW HOME are Kim Jenkins and her two children, residents of Habitat for Humanity's sixth home in the area. Left to right are Cortney, 9, Kim and Cody, 10. SPECIAL THANKS TO AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS AS DONOR WHICH ALLOWED US TO BUILD KIM'S SPECIAL THANKS TO THE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF WORKERS LOCAL UNION 292 AFL-CIO FOR PROVIDING THE THE ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND LABOR FOR KIM'S t THIS 0E WL! BY ! PRTNERSHtP WITH S BANCORP 2 t 6 216 4th Ave., Milbank 405 Jackson, Ortonville 891 2nd St SE, Ortonville 202 Milbank Page 10 INDEPENDENT