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Pre-registration is required; call (763) 441-2630 for registra- tion information, or visit the Hon- ors Newsletter at www.mccoy. army.rail/Retireesdocuments HONORS_2Oll.pdf A complete listing of Retiree Activity Day events being held throughout the Midwest also is available at this website. From Warroad to Willmar, mil- itary retirees and their spouses are invited to Camp Ripley, near Lit- tle Falls, Saturday, Aug. 27, for the 10th Annual Armed Forces Retiree Appreciation Day or AFRAD. The AFRAD is an opportu- nity for all armed forces retirees, spouses and widows to receive updated verbal and written infor- mation about their government benefits as military retirees, enlisted and officer, from all the military services: There will be specialists from government and veteran affairs to talk about the entitlement pro- grams and the current informa- tion on these programs. A member of the Camp Ripley staff will be available, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 26-27, in the Training and Commu- nity Center building to renew or update retiree or dependent iden- tification cards. There is a small fee for registra- tion and lunch. Please sign up for lunch by Aug. 15. For more infor- mation go to:, and click on the Events tab. For more infor- mation, call or e-mail TREA Chap- ter 115 President Ralph'Donais at: (763) 441-2630 or e-mail: r.L Nunsensations! a Vegas Review opens Aug. 4 The Great Northern Theatre Company is thrilled to present a summer dinner theater with a Las Vegas sty'le show, dinner buf- fet and nuns. Nuns? Yes! Nuns who sing, dance and have a great sense of humor. Please join us for Dan Goggin's Nunsensations! A Vegas Review. There is still time to call your friends and get your tickets for a fun evening out in support of the local arts. All performances are at the River Station in Richmond Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 4-6 andAug. 11-13. Tickets for the show and a Vegas-style dinner buffet may be ordered by calling (320) 241-4682, or through the mail by printing an order form from our website at Din- ner theater tickets (preferred seat- ing) are $28 for adults and $25 for seniors/students, and show-only tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors/students. Tidbits for July 2011 If you loved the weather in June, 1 bet you loved it even more this month as we had much of the same, but with record-setting heat and humidity. One day the humid- ity was at 79 percent (I don't recall ever having my glasses steam over immediately upon opening a door) and there were several days that the heat index was over 100I If I didn't need a paycheck, I would have hibernated at home. In buildings without air condi- tioning, one needed to tread care- fully as the floors were wet and at times there were even puddles. The storm on the first partially uprooted a large cedar tree in my yard. It is still leaning on the big silver maple. If it wasn't for the mosquitoes, a few family mem- bers would have stood near it lon- ger, breathing in the wonderful scent. Speaking of mosquitoes, are they extra big this summer? Around here, they are out even if it is windy or really hot. They seem to target the area where one doesn't put the repellent; like the area behind one's glasses. Because of the extreme heat, it was decided not to decorate for the "Up North Day" on the 19th. Everybody just wanted to eat and get home., A meal of' tasty fish, fried potatoes, creamy coleslaw and "deadly" S'Mores bars were served. Door prizes went to Dorothy, Bey and Neil. If you'd like to reduce the number of telemarket- We( .ay, Aug. 1 O, at 5 p.m. at Lampi Auction Center, Annandale, MN Located 2 miles east of Annandale on Hwy. 55. Antique furniture, quality furniture, antiques, 80+ teapot collection, lawn mower, lawn & garden, shop equipment, shop tools, household, & much more. Complete list with photos at: Dorothy Lampi Estate and Carl  Marianna Aolin 0074-00393 Lic. 86-01 annqndgle - Iqlnnesta Terms: cash, check or credit card. 10% B.E will apply. Lunch on grounds. CH CARE WATKINS Chiropractic Clinic ing calls on your cell phones, just call the National Do Not Call Registry at (888) 382-1222, or if you have Internet, you can go online to Ifyou receive calls after 31 days of your call, try to get the caller's name or telephone number. You can then report it to the same number or website. Merchants with whom you have an existing relationship are exempt from the registryas are (groan) political parties. It really works. Many late afternoons and eve- nings, I enjoy watching several deer and wild turkeys from the liv- ing room. It appears that the deer have a trail that takes them just north of the silo. That's almost in the front yard! The neighbors have had them in their front and back yards and of course, what deer can resist a garden? In spite of how much I enjoy watching them, I miss having venison. I was happy a relative shared some with me even though it was "road kill." July has two days left to go. The news tonight reported that we have had nine days above 90 degrees so far this month, and it has been the fifth hottest July on record. Were any records set for the nqmber of severe storms and/ or tornados? Starting in August, seniors will have the opportunity to play "500" twice a month. The first Monday of the month, "500" will be played. There will be no dues or lunch. The Senior Club will continue to come for dinner on the third Monday of each month. Following dinner, they will play "500" and then have a light lpnch. On the 17th, a picnic-type meal will be served for "Dog Days of Summer." Feel free to join us any day. Remember pie is served the first Wednesday of each month. I must scoot and finish prepar- ing for the Eaton family picnic at Askov tomorrow. This year, we were told to bring a family favor- ite recipe, the recipe and why it is a favorite. So I am making Swedish meatballs in gravy and that means a slow cooker of mashed potatoes, too. Eat well. Stay cool and drink lots of water. 'Till next time, Rosalea Hoeft, Satellite Site Coordinator