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402 Lawler Avenue South
Hinckley, MN 55037
(320) 384-6291
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An act of kindness was gratefully accepted:Whit and Whimsey - cleveland.com

Monday, August 22, 2016

Dean's List for the Spring 2016 term: They include Brunswick residents, Nathanael Hunter, Jesse Marinaro, Daniel Mascio, Justin Miller, Jacqueline Nash, Vinh Trinh and Jacob Dybiec. Hinckley residents are: Ian Kurela, Ellen Liebenguth, Clara Petkac, Elizabeth Polomsky and Shane Skuhrovec.Medina students include Nicholas Baker, Halle Dreibelbis, Megan Kerrigan and Kimberley Rutherford.Enjoy a bake with Blue Star Mothers: Blue Star Mothers and VFW Post 9520 are holding a Clam Bake starting at 5 p.m. Sept. 17 at Brunswick VFW Post 9520 Hall, 1439 South Carpenter Road. The clam bake is $25; chicken only, $15. Doors open at 5 with dinner served at 6 p.m. There will be a cash bar, side boards and raffles with music provided by a DJ. For more information contact Annette at 216-280-9593 or Elaine, 330-225-6828.Are you ready for this? The 2016 Donkey Drop sponsored by the HANDS Foundation, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 10 at Willowood Care Center, 1186 Hadcock Road, Brunswick. Jack the Donkey will be on hand and you can spend some time with him, so bring your camera. You purchase a square for $10 and have a chance to win $1,500. There will be games, food and prizes. It's bound to be fun for the entire family – and certainly something different. You can become a sponsor, as well. For information call 330-225-4242 or 216-780-4135 or email handsfoundation@aol.com. You can mail your square purchase (winner need not be present) to HANDS Foundation, PO Box 868, Brunswick OH 44212.This is a food lover's paradise: The annual Taste of Medina County will be held from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Weymouth Country Club, 3946 Weymouth Road. This truly a premiere networking event filled with fun, food, and philanthropy. It is United Way of Medina County's annual fundraiser. Fabulous "tastes" will be provided by some of Medina County's favorite restaurants and highly regarded chefs, including: Buehler's, Cool Beans, A Cupcake A Day, Eclectic Edibles, Gandalf's Pub, The Galaxy, Honey Bee Bakery, Main Street Café, Medina County Career Center, One Eleven Bistro, Rito's Bakery, Rose Hill, Rustic Hills Country Club, The Oaks. Thyme², Westfield Hospitality and the host, Weymouth Country Club.Tickets are $50 and along with fabulous food, there will be a band and amazing raffle baskets. Go to unitedwaymedina.org and click on the tantalizing picture of food for more information on how to get one of the hottest tickets in town.If you love trains and trolleys, you have to go here: I had never been to the Northern Ohio Railway Museum until a meeting of the Historical Societies of Medina County had a meeting there. It is truly amazing. As a member of the Brunswick Area Historical Society, I thought that maintaining Heritage Farm was a big job – but you should see the work this group has to do to restore a collection of more than 40 streetcars, interurbans, rapid transit cars and more. Whew! They've laid miles of track and eventually will be giving rides, but for right now, you can do a walking tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 29. It's worth the drive to 5515 Buffham Road in Westfield Township between Chippewa Lake and Seville. They, of course, have a website, northernohiorailwaymuseum.org.Next History Day is set: The meeting of the Historical Societies included a new name for what will be the second ever History Day. It will be called the Dandelion Drive! Like the Fall Foliage Tour, it will now be held in one of four quadrants of the county each year. On May 21, 2017, the southwest quadrant historical societies will be featured. So watch for more information.strong...

Robert E. Haseman - SaukValley.com

Monday, August 15, 2016

Bernice Haseman; brothers Leslie and Howard Haseman; and brothers-in-law Robert Meyer and Robert Gosch. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 12760 Lee Road in Hinckley, with a luncheon to follow at the church. Burial will be at a later date at Rand Hill Cemetery.Arrangements were completed by Butala Funeral Home and Crematory in Sycamore. Go to ButalaFuneralHomes.com to share memories and condolences. Comments...

Failed Assassins: Would-be Presidential Shooters In History - KNPR

Monday, August 01, 2016

A judge granted John Hinckley Jr. his freedom this week, 35 years after Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan.His release from a mental hospital comes with a handful of limitations: Hinckley will live with his elderly mother in Williamsburg, Va., he cannot contact his victims, their relatives or the actress he was obsessed with at the time of the shooting, Jodie Foster.Hinckley is far from the first would-be presidential assassin to be released from incarceration. Leaving aside the fates of the four men who killed U.S. Presidents Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy, here are some other notable cases of people who tried to kill presidents, but failed.Notable Would-Be Assassins1835 - Richard Lawrence — Shot at Andrew JacksonThis was the first case of someone attempting to assassinate a sitting U.S. president. Lawrence, an unemployed house painter, believed he was King Richard III and that the American government owed him money. He was convinced that if Jackson was no longer...

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders - and who wrote books about first 14 LDS presidents - dies at 95 - Salt Lake Tribune

Monday, July 25, 2016

Joseph Smith through Howard W. Hunter. He didn't get around to writing about Gordon B. Hinckley or current President Thomas S. Monson, but he did branch out with books about LDS Church growth, Mormon conversations, spiritual dimensions of the United States and Mormon muckraker Jack Anderson. He also tried his hand at historical fiction, a novelized account of Mormon converts Martha McBride Knight and her husband, Vinson Knight.Gibbons "was a great man, dedicated, astute, helpful," said John Boyden, also a lawyer, who served as an LDS bishop in the Bonneville Salt Lake Stake when Gibson was stake president for that region. "It was always a joy for me to hear him talk. His legal experience helped him be very organized in his speeches."The young man, known as Frank, grew up in St. Johns, Ariz., and later Phoenix, the youngest of five children, according to his printed obituary. He served a Mormon mission to the Southern states from 1942 to 1944, then as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.Gibbons married Helen Bay on June 7, 1945, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and they became the parents of four children — Suzanne, Mark, Ruth and Daniel. He earned an undergraduate degree at the University of Utah and studied law at Stanford University. He returned to the Beehive State, where he practiced law for 19 years with a Salt Lake City firm.As a member of the Seventy, Gibbons spent three years in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he learned Portuguese. At 70, he was named a "patriarch at large" for the faith, the obituary reports, giving "blessings," or prayers aimed at specific individuals, to members who lived outside a congregation's boundaries.Helen Gibbons, his wife of 70 years, died a year ago. He is survived by his four children, eight grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be held Saturday 11 a.m. at the Ensign LDS Stake Center, 135 A St., Salt Lake City.

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An act of kindness was gratefully accepted:Whit and Whimsey - cleveland.com

Monday, August 22, 2016

Dean's List for the Spring 2016 term: They include Brunswick residents, Nathanael Hunter, Jesse Marinaro, Daniel Mascio, Justin Miller, Jacqueline Nash, Vinh Trinh and Jacob Dybiec. Hinckley residents are: Ian Kurela, Ellen Liebenguth, Clara Petkac, Elizabeth Polomsky and Shane Skuhrovec.Medina students include Nicholas Baker, Halle Dreibelbis, Megan Kerrigan and Kimberley Rutherford.Enjoy a bake with Blue Star Mothers: Blue Star Mothers and VFW Post 9520 are holding a Clam Bake starting at 5 p.m. Sept. 17 at Brunswick VFW Post 9520 Hall, 1439 South Carpenter Road. The clam bake is $25; chicken only, $15. Doors open at 5 with dinner served at 6 p.m. There will be a cash bar, side boards and raffles with music provided by a DJ. For more information contact Annette at 216-280-9593 or Elaine, 330-225-6828.Are you ready for this? The 2016 Donkey Drop sponsored by the HANDS Foundation, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 10 at Willowood Care Center, 1186 Hadcock Road, Brunswick. Jack the Donkey will be on hand and you can spend some time with him, so bring your camera. You purchase a square for $10 and have a chance to win $1,500. There will be games, food and prizes. It's bound to be fun for the entire family – and certainly something different. You can become a sponsor, as well. For information call 330-225-4242 or 216-780-4135 or email handsfoundation@aol.com. You can mail your square purchase (winner need not be present) to HANDS Foundation, PO Box 868, Brunswick OH 44212.This is a food lover's paradise: The annual Taste of Medina County will be held from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Weymouth Country Club, 3946 Weymouth Road. This truly a premiere networking event filled with fun, food, and philanthropy. It is United Way of Medina County's annual fundraiser. Fabulous "tastes" will be provided by some of Medina County's favorite restaurants and highly regarded chefs, including: Buehler's, Cool Beans, A Cupcake A Day, Eclectic Edibles, Gandalf's Pub, The Galaxy, Honey Bee Bakery, Main Street Café, Medina County Career Center, One Eleven Bistro, Rito's Bakery, Rose Hill, Rustic Hills Country Club, The Oaks. Thyme², Westfield Hospitality and the host, Weymouth Country Club.Tickets are $50 and along with fabulous food, there will be a band and amazing raffle baskets. Go to unitedwaymedina.org and click on the tantalizing picture of food for more information on how to get one of the hottest tickets in town.If you love trains and trolleys, you have to go here: I had never been to the Northern Ohio Railway Museum until a meeting of the Historical Societies of Medina County had a meeting there. It is truly amazing. As a member of the Brunswick Area Historical Society, I thought that maintaining Heritage Farm was a big job – but you should see the work this group has to do to restore a collection of more than 40 streetcars, interurbans, rapid transit cars and more. Whew! They've laid miles of track and eventually will be giving rides, but for right now, you can do a walking tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 29. It's worth the drive to 5515 Buffham Road in Westfield Township between Chippewa Lake and Seville. They, of course, have a website, northernohiorailwaymuseum.org.Next History Day is set: The meeting of the Historical Societies included a new name for what will be the second ever History Day. It will be called the Dandelion Drive! Like the Fall Foliage Tour, it will now be held in one of four quadrants of the county each year. On May 21, 2017, the southwest quadrant historical societies will be featured. So watch for more information.strong...

Robert E. Haseman - SaukValley.com

Monday, August 15, 2016

Bernice Haseman; brothers Leslie and Howard Haseman; and brothers-in-law Robert Meyer and Robert Gosch. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 12760 Lee Road in Hinckley, with a luncheon to follow at the church. Burial will be at a later date at Rand Hill Cemetery.Arrangements were completed by Butala Funeral Home and Crematory in Sycamore. Go to ButalaFuneralHomes.com to share memories and condolences. Comments...

Failed Assassins: Would-be Presidential Shooters In History - KNPR

Monday, August 01, 2016

A judge granted John Hinckley Jr. his freedom this week, 35 years after Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan.His release from a mental hospital comes with a handful of limitations: Hinckley will live with his elderly mother in Williamsburg, Va., he cannot contact his victims, their relatives or the actress he was obsessed with at the time of the shooting, Jodie Foster.Hinckley is far from the first would-be presidential assassin to be released from incarceration. Leaving aside the fates of the four men who killed U.S. Presidents Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy, here are some other notable cases of people who tried to kill presidents, but failed.Notable Would-Be Assassins1835 - Richard Lawrence — Shot at Andrew JacksonThis was the first case of someone attempting to assassinate a sitting U.S. president. Lawrence, an unemployed house painter, believed he was King Richard III and that the American government owed him money. He was convinced that if Jackson was no longer...

Francis Gibbons, aide to top Mormon leaders - and who wrote books about first 14 LDS presidents - dies at 95 - Salt Lake Tribune

Monday, July 25, 2016

Joseph Smith through Howard W. Hunter. He didn't get around to writing about Gordon B. Hinckley or current President Thomas S. Monson, but he did branch out with books about LDS Church growth, Mormon conversations, spiritual dimensions of the United States and Mormon muckraker Jack Anderson. He also tried his hand at historical fiction, a novelized account of Mormon converts Martha McBride Knight and her husband, Vinson Knight.Gibbons "was a great man, dedicated, astute, helpful," said John Boyden, also a lawyer, who served as an LDS bishop in the Bonneville Salt Lake Stake when Gibson was stake president for that region. "It was always a joy for me to hear him talk. His legal experience helped him be very organized in his speeches."The young man, known as Frank, grew up in St. Johns, Ariz., and later Phoenix, the youngest of five children, according to his printed obituary. He served a Mormon mission to the Southern states from 1942 to 1944, then as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.Gibbons married Helen Bay on June 7, 1945, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and they became the parents of four children — Suzanne, Mark, Ruth and Daniel. He earned an undergraduate degree at the University of Utah and studied law at Stanford University. He returned to the Beehive State, where he practiced law for 19 years with a Salt Lake City firm.As a member of the Seventy, Gibbons spent three years in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he learned Portuguese. At 70, he was named a "patriarch at large" for the faith, the obituary reports, giving "blessings," or prayers aimed at specific individuals, to members who lived outside a congregation's boundaries.Helen Gibbons, his wife of 70 years, died a year ago. He is survived by his four children, eight grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be held Saturday 11 a.m. at the Ensign LDS Stake Center, 135 A St., Salt Lake City.