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AAL OFFICERS PRESENT for the annual meeting of Bellingham Branch #2516 are shown here. Left to right are: Marion Maatz, recorder; Marilyn Goetsch, treasurer; Rob Schwendemann, DR; Margret Stueckrath, Chair and Ruth Larson, Vice Pres. was missing from picture. Bellingham AAL branch holds annual meet Oil Sunday, Sept. 15th Bellingham AAL Branch 2516 held their annual meeting. Voting for three Thrivent- Financial-for-Lutherans Board of Directors on the National level was done on Sunday. A catered ham dinner was served by Our Place Cafe. Cake and ice cream was served for desert in honor of the 100th year of AAL and now the new name Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. The meeting was called to order by the President. Secretary&apos;s and Treasurer's report were given. Those present shared memories of what they liked best about the programs of AAL. Rob Schwendemann reported that he will be staying on at the Madison office. Door prizes were given. Cou nci I theACVent'motion v, as made and passed unanimously to alloy, the JC's their (Continued from page 1) request. by The Window Place of Milbank t\\;r 4:35:pitalaSorton,,,ille Aread'ln dr a:r" d isKuenHealtt. Ser,ices reno_ ':[ot:;l] n ration project and a facility for assisb cd living and congregme care. One proposal locates the assisted living facility to the south of Northridge where the unlit softball field is presently,. Archer commented that studies show that fa,Alities that remain financially viable are the ones that are located near other healthcare facilities. "This location would give us that. but it's only a proposal," Archer said. Archer made a request for 22 work days to be added to the hospital pro- ject to accomodate v, ork order changes. The changes were made m an earlier date. but the work days were not added. A motion ',,,as made and passed unanimously. With the added days, the projected completion date of the hospital facility is Dec. 20, Archer hoped to be on line and operational by mid-Februmy. Arndt brought forward a request by the Orttmville JC's to use Nielson Park again this year for a haunted park on Halloween. The JC's are also requesting exclusive use of the park beginmng on the Saturday before Halloween so they are able to do minor construction in preparation for CustOmers may choose from a selection of nine choices including: chclaterastedwholei t h pea n utsfancype an uts'Cveredcashews,m al tedPe an utPean utS'mixedmilksq uares,hneYballsnUts mountain mix, butter toffee peanuts, and hot Cajun crunch mix. The annual Girl Scout nut sale is an event that works in two ways. It raises funds for an organization that supports over 5,600 girls with fun, informal learning activities, and it teaches important life skills such as goal setting and money management Girl Scout troops will be taking door-to-door orders from Sept. 27 through Oct. 13 and delivering their sales from Nov. 8 - 22. Other Girl Scouts will be selling door-to-door with the nut choices in hand Nov. 8 - 22. Proceeds from the nut sale are used to support local troop activities and programs in Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council. For more information or if no one stops at your door, contact Girl Scouts Peacepipe Council at 1-800- 332-GIRL. T < PAMIDA GIVES $2000 TO SCHOOL. Ortonville's and the Pamida Foundation presented a check last Physical Education branch of Ortonville's Public made possible by Pamida's Charitable Golf Outing which raised a total of $685,950 to be used to hell which Pamida serves. Presenting the check in Ortonville Pamida store manager Earl Hills, right. check for the school is Shawnda Johnson, Community Education at OHS. Looking on is Meyers, center. I11[ FIVE '99 RAM 4X4 QUAD CAB SLT C '99 RAM 4X4 REG CAB s15,985 360 V8 - Fully Equipped 'he Owner" IBl 32,000 miles Nypen (Continued from page 1) t?om Concordia College, Moorhead, and a master's degree from the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks. He was twice named an IDEA Fellow, and participated in Fellows' Programs at Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, and Colorado College at Colorado Springs. The Morris Bye Memorial Award was created in 1988 by the family of Morris Bye to recognize the eflkrts and importam work of superinten- denis throughout Minnesota. Bye was a fl-rmer MASA member who served as Superimcndent in the Anoka Schod District from 1943 to 1964. As advocates for children, MASA's mission is to establish the statewide agenda for children, serve as the preeminent voice tbr public education, and empower members through quality services and support. School lunch '99 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 Fully Equipped 'S, SSS C 0 M P A R E '00 CHEVROLET lW, lCKEII 4X4 auto - AC - CD "' ,485 .,. C 0 M P A R '98 JEEP GRAND LAIIEDO TSi V8 - Leather "9,985 .,o $11Pfll $Pr.gllllS 99 Chevy Metro LSi, Great MPG #937 .$3,999 95 Lincoln Continental, leather, #243...$4,999 92 Cadillac Sedan Deville, #696 ...... $4,399 97 Buick Lesabre Limited, loaded, #500 $7,399 94 Caravan SE, 3.3 V6, #202 ........ $1,999 91 Olds Delta 88, 3.8 V6, #801 ....... $1,399 98 Saturn SL1 4dr., auto, CD, #4?5... :$3,899 94 Chrysler Labaron 4dr., V6, #460....$2,699 90 Dodge Shadow 4dr., auto, AC, #947 .$1,199 97 Grand Caravan SE, rear A/C, quads .$6,399 93 Buick Century 4dr., V6, #371 ...... $2,375 89 Olds Delta 88, clean, #208 ........ $2,475 96 Chevy Corsica 4dr., nice car, #086 . .$1699 93 Pontiac Sunbird LE 2dr., #247 ..... $1,699 89 Mazada MX-6, 2dr., sunroof, #843 ...$6 95 Olds Ciera SL, V6, loaded, #430 ...$3,399 92 Grand Caravan SE, #484 ......... $1,699 88 Ford Crown Victoria, #459 .......... $299 95 Ford Windstar GL, Rear NC, #325 .$2,799 92 Ford Tempo 4dr., red, #637 ......... $699 86 Mercury Sable LS, 71k miles, #287. Tuesday, Sept. 24 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Eng, Muffin, RButter/Jelly, Apple Sauce, Milk Lunch: Fiesta Pizza, Salsa, Black Olives, Garden Salad, Diced Peach Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Sept. 25 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR French Toast Sticks/Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: BBQ's, Pickles, Batter Bite Fries, Diced Pear Sauce, Brownie, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4- 12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese ThursdaySept. 26 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Roll, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Macaroni and Cheese, Mini Corn Dogs, California Veggies, Fresh Red Grapes, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Sept. 27 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Nachos Supreme, Lettuce, Cheese, Corn, Applesauce, 4-12 Raised Donuts, K-3 Donut Holes '00 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY LXI Rear A/C - Quads - CD/cass '00 GMC JIMMY SLT Leather - 15,000 mi. l '98-2000 Blazers - Bravadas & '00 BUICK '96 CHRYSLER '97 RANGER ,985 .. SUPEII CAB 4X4 XLT - low miles "S.S8S .. LESABIIE LIMITED heated leather - loaded s005,S8S ,,,, FIVE STAR Page 14 INDEPENDENT