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RIVERSIDE TRAIL RIDE MEMBERS shown above, left to right are, in back, Armin Kaufman, Clark, Kelly and Kole Mastel and Rick Mosey. In front are, Kirstin and Clayton Brobst, Danielle Mastel, Abby Knuston anB Niki Mosey. Local "Meander" artists to hold August display Local Meander artists are gearing up for the 2010 Meander Art Crawl held the first weekend in October. Local artists have been invited to display a few of their art pieces in Cenbank's lobby during the month of August for a community sneak peek of what is yet to come at this year's Meander. This year17 local artists are partic- ipating in the 2010 Meander Art Crawl and may contribute to Cenbank's invitation. This year's artists from the area include: Don Sherman, Rob Rakow, Deb Larson, Kristi Delage, Sandy Smith, Mary Taffe, Darold Bailey, Doug Holtquist. Beverly Schultz, John and Bette Wanke, Carol Knutson, Barbara Ash. Mark Mustful, Neva Foster, JoAn Melchild, Judy Lund the 2010 Meander Tributary Artist and award winning writer and storyteller, Brent Olson. For more information and to receive a brochure about the event, visit http://www.artsmeander.com Boys basketball booster club to meet Thursday There will be a meeting for the Ortonville Area Boys Basketball Booster Club this Thursday, Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Sioux Historic Pavilion. They encourage anyone who is interested in becoming a member to attend. If you are unable to attend this meeting and would like to become a member please call 320-808-7907 or 320-297-0743. Everyone is welcome. Men's Club Patio Tournament to be held Aug. 27-29 Ortonville Men's Golf Club 47th Annual Patio Invitational Handicap Tournament will be held Friday- Sunday, Aug. 27-29 Entry fee is $200 per team (made up one Men's Club member and a guest), and includes two days of golf, green fees, and dinner for golfers and a guest on Saturday evening. Registration will,be Friday, Aug. 27 until 5 p.m. with a shootout scheduled for 5 p.m. For those wishing to take part in the shootout. you need to be registered by 5 p.m. The Calcutta will begin approximately at 9 p.m. for Saturday and Sundays combined total. On Saturday, rules will be gone over at 9:15 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. Following play on Saturday, prizes donated by various businesses and individuals will be handed out. Play on Sunday will begin at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start. Winners and prizes will be announced shortly after play. Teams need to be registered no later than Wednesday, Aug. 25. No exceptions. There is a sign-up sheet posted at the Ortonville Golf Clubhouse. For more information contact Jay Stock at 320-815-3973 or Mike Swenson at 605-862-8323. KDIO Temps Hi Low Aug. 1 88 70 Aug. 2 87 69 Aug. 3 86 72 Aug. 4 86 70 Aug. 5 81 61 Aug. 6 82 57 Aug. 7 90 64 rain 2010 Grand Carava+n 4x4 Door Door #132 \ a. 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LqP Co. receives funds for fiber optic internet Lac qui Parle County EDA Director Pamela G. Lehmann reports good news for residents of Lac qui Parle County. She said the USDA announced that a ~ublic/private partnership applica- tion to the Recovery Act Broadband Infrastructure program has been approved for a collaborative effort to spread fiber optic Intemet service to all of Lac qui Parle County. This $9.6 Million loan/grant was approved to bring FTTP (Fiber-to-the- Premise) technology to residents and businesses in Lac qui Parle County. During Phase I of this project, the network will make Lac qui Parle one of the leading technology counties in the state. More than 3,700 people stand to benefit, as- do roughly 165 businesses and 12 community institu- tions. This project is a collaboration between Farmers Mutual Telephone and Lac qui Parle County and will directly support 110 jobs upfront and will also drive economic development and create jobs for decades to come ! This is Phase I of a Two Phase project to spread fiber optic service to everyone in this small rural county. Phase Two will be completed by Farmers Mutual Telephone after all of the grant/loan funds have been expended and will finish spreading fiber optic technology to the remain- ing residents and businesses in the county. The L.T.D. Motorcycle Memorial Tour was a huge success! THANK YOU! To al riders and supporters which resulted in over 550 bikes and over 840 riders. When we include all the helpers and people whom attended the live band in support of LTD the numbers were well over 1,000 people. The bikes were stretched out for 7 miles during this year's event, it was a sight to see. Many people throughout the day made many comments, but out of those comments here was the most important one that was said numerous times. "This was an awesome ride with so much support from all of the communities and the military." Many riders commented that they had wet eyes numerous times throughout the ride because of the undying support from everyone in West Central Minnesota. There was not one town traveled through that didn't have people outside watch- ing with flags and signs in hand. In Memory of SGT Jesse Lhotka, 1LT Jason Timmerman, SSG David Day, dders came from as far as Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota,. 10wa, Wisconsin. We the L.T.D Board members cannot thank the riders and communities enough for all they do every year to help us ensure the families of these three soldiers that we will never forget the sacrifice that their, sons have made for us. The sacrifice that they made is what everyone reflects on and remembers throughout the day and we the people and organizations need to always remember why we have this ride and what the meaning of this ride stands for. The L.T.D. Ride was created for that simple fact. Thanks to each and every one of you whom took part in this day and event. THANK YOU'S Board Members: Sco{-t Koenen, Bob Turner. Ann Hanson. Bill Hanson, Sam .Hamann, Keely Hamann. Dennis Kohlman: Recovery Team, Wendall & Janice Schmidt/Bill Banken: Raffle Bike, Road Guards: 1-151st FA, 175th FSC.- Fire Departments from Montevideo, Clarkfield, Marshall, Ghent, Minneota, Porter, Canby, Ortonville, Graceville, Johnson. Chokio, Alberta, Morris, Appleton. State Highway Patrol/Sheriff's Departments: Chippewa County, Swift County, Lac qui Parle County, Big Stone County, Stevens County, Lyon County. Local Police Departments: Montevideo. Clarkfield, Marshall, Minneota, Canby, Madison, Ortonville, Morris, Appleton. Rita Turner Food Coordinator, Pat Cregmile Madison Family Support Group and Voltmteers noon meal, Norma & Ivan tseminger/AMVETS and volunteers for evening meal. Brad & Kim Mitchell/All Turkey Donations Evening Meal, Gary & Cindy Hendricks/Subway/Prairie Waters Inn, craig Johnson/ Benson and Montevideo Subway, County Market, Steve Ehrenberg/Frito-Lay, Barry Fust/Shooter's Bar and Grill for food preparation of evening meal. Apols Harley Davidson. ABATE Of Minnesota: Chapters: Way West & Glacial Ridge for donation, Patriot Guard. Marshall Independent newspaper, Appleton Press newspaper, Ortonville Independent, Morris Sun Tribune. Swift County Fair Board, Happy Hour, Madison Bottling Company. Veterans Organizations: Montevideo Legion Post #59, Montevideo VFW, Morris Legion. Raffle Tickets/Apparel Sales: Alan & Crystal Turner, Renee Carry, Cherry Schmidt, Mackenzie Munsterman, Kelsey Munsterman, Morgan Munsterman, Alexis Monson. Montevideo Radio Station 105.5/KDMA. Marshall Radio Stations 99.7 &. 107.5 & KMHL Madison Radio Station 92.1 Morris Radio Station KMS. Band: Pandora, Todd Erp: Sound System Coordinator, Schmidt Family, McMahon Family, Munsterman Family, Paul Tjepkes, Ruth and Frank Keller, West-Con., Doris Bartz, Along with many others whom helped make the 5th Annual L.T.D. Motorcycle Memorial Tour a great success. Tuesday, August 10, 2010 IN[EPENDENT ib - . Page 7