DL News Staff
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26 2:00 pm- Callaway Community Council, Callaway City Hall. 7-8:00 pm- ALATEEN Group, Holy Rosary Church basement. 8:00 pm- AA, corner of Summit & Holmes, 844-9970. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 8:30 am-7 pm- Adult Basic Education & GED tutoring, 204 E. Willow (Lincoln Ed. Ctr.). 847-4418 10:00 am- Overeaters Anonymous, Lake Park Lutheran Church. 10:00 am- Discussion group for family caregivers at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Info: Tara at 1-800-488-4146. 11:00 am-1:00 pm- Grief Support Groups: Widows/Widowers Group.
Weidemann-Swanson Karla Weidemann and Ryan Swanson announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Dennis Weidemann, Frazee; Rosie Weidemann, Detroit Lakes; and Jeff and Dona Swanson, Detroit Lakes; Denise Drake, Moorhead. Karla graduated from Frazee High School in 2000 and is employed by BTD Mfg. and Sandbar II in Detroit Lakes. Ryan graduated from Detroit Lakes High School in 1996 and is employed by Swanson Repair and the DL Volunteer Fire Department in Detroit Lakes. A March 4 wedding is planned in the United Methodist Church in Detroit Lakes.
Mohn-Olson Kevin and Jill Mohn of Frazee are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Angie Mohn, to Brandon Olson, son of Tim and Cheryl Olson of Detroit Lakes. The wedding will take place on June 16 at 7 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church in Detroit Lakes with a reception to immediately follow at the Holmes Theater Ballroom. The bride-to-be is a 2001 graduate of Frazee High School. She received her bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Bemidji State University in 2005. Angie is currently teaching kindergargarten at Northern Elementary in Bemidji.
By VICKI L. GERDES email@example.com Detroit Lakes' Historic Holmes Theatre will host its biggest "fun"-raiser of the year, "Motion: A Celebration of the Arts," from 6 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, March 4. This unique celebration was the brainchild of long time theater supporter Teri Lynne Nelson, who serves as its chair. "Our Historic Holmes Theatre is in perpetual motion," she said in explanation of the concept behind 'Motion'. "There's a whole lot of movement going on...
DEAR ABBY: My brother and his girlfriend, "Serena," moved in with my parents three years ago. They have since had a child who is almost 2. My brother did some things he shouldn't have, and now he's in prison. (He has eight months left to serve.) Serena doesn't work and barely takes care of their son. My parents seem to always have the little boy. Last night, I dropped by the house unexpectedly. Mom was in bed, but I found my dad and Serena making out on the couch. I was furious. I could have killed her right there for doing that to my mom and my brother.
When a resident dies in the Emmanuel Community in Detroit Lakes, a chime rings three times and a memorial announcement is made over the speaker system. Marking the death is neither the beginning nor the end of the "Circle of Care: May I Walk You Home" program that has earned an Excellence in Practice Award from Minnesota Health and Housing Alliance (MHHA). The award was presented at the MHHA Institute for Older Adult Services in Minneapolis Feb. 3. MHHA is a statewide association of senior housing and nursing home providers.
Huesman babies Isaac Michael was born to Mike and Jill Huesman of Hawley on January 29, 2006. He weighed 5lbs 8 oz and has three sisters at home, Lindsey, Emily and Maggie. Grandparents are Ken and Carol Huesman of Audubon and Jack and Izzy Koland of Cormorant. Olivia Donna Mae was born to Jim and Cassie Huesman of Fargo on February 7, 2006. She weighed 7lbs, 4oz and has a brother Jack. Grandparents are Ken and Carol Huesman of Audubon and Cliff and Jane Mattson of Oxbow, N.D.
O'DAY -- a girl, Natalie Ann; born February 12, 2006, weighing 9 lbs. 5 oz. to Sara and Jeremy O'Day.
World sugar futures are at their highest levels in 25 years, but that's not doing Red River Valley sugar beet growers much good. The area's two sugar beet cooperatives -- Moorhead-based American Crystal Sugar and Wahpeton, N.D.-based Minn-Dak Farmers -- sold most of their 2005 crop last summer before prices jumped. "That's when our buyers wanted it," said James Horvath, president of American Crystal Sugar, which has about 2,900 farmer-shareholders. Minn-Dak, with about 500 farmer-shareholders, also sold most of its 2005 beets before sugar prices jumped, said Dave Roche, its president.