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Thursday, October 3, 2013 Tri:County News www. tricountynews.rnn .... . ......... South Haven P.O. to change hours ty .emortam Page 9 .... ~;~: ~ ~,~ ;:~ ~ ~:;~ ~:i:ii!iii!iiiiliiii2i~ii!ili!i!i!~ili!:ii!!::)i~!i!:~il : :PO ~ T 0 : U ;TED New hours have been announced for the Post Office in South Haven beginning Nov. 16, 2013. Sat.urday delivery and hours remain the same; Monday-Friday hours now are 7-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Lake Union Cemetery meeting Oct. 8 The Lake Union Cemetery meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 at Lake Union Covenent Church. If any ques- tions, please call Dave Peter- son at (320) 236-7693. EV Library has handouts about MNSURE Eden Valley Area Library has The U.S. Post Office held a pub- Saturdayhours will not change, informational handouts about lic meeting last Wednesday, Sept. with window hours remaining the new MNSURE health care. An 25, for residents and postal cus- 8:30-10 a.m., and mail availability informational video is also avail- tomers in South Haven. Only about from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. able to watch via computer. Eden 7 or 8 of the 1,200-plus postal cus- Mail delivered to EO. boxes ValleyArea Library has three com- tomers attended the meeting, should be available for pick-up puters available for patrons use Based on an earlier customer after 9 a.m. daily, if you don't have one available to survey, and last week's meet- Doug Wilhelm retired as Post- you. To access the information, ing, a notice was posted at the master of the South Haven Post go to: mnsure.org, there is a two- South Haven Post Office Tuesday Office in August 2013. Patty .Nel- minute video to watch. The fol- morning, Oct. 1, announcing the son is the current acting Postmas- lowing link will also help answer changes that will take place effec- ter until a part-time postal clerk is questions: www.mnsure.corn/hix/ tive Nov. 16, 2013. hired permanently, how-work/main-faq's.jsp. The Post Office in South Haven Again, the changes do not begin Librarians will not give advice will provide six hours of window until Nov. 16. The two biggest _ but can help patrons access the service, from 7-11 a.m. and 2-4 changes are a longer lunch break information on the computers. p.m. Monday-Friday; this repre- when the Post Office is closed, and New Eden Valley Area Library sents a half-hour reduction each earlier start hours Monday-Friday. hours are: Tuesdays and Thurs- day. Mail will be available at P.O. days 3 p.m.-6 p.m., Wednesdays boxes between 6:45 a.m. and noon-3 p.m., Fridays 5:30-8 P.m., 4:15 p.m. Monday-Friday. Saturdays 9 a.m.-noon. Anthony's 125th Anniversary Respite Care St. Sign Up Today Jan. 1, 2014, the Church of St. Anthony in Watkins will begin it's year-long recognition of its 125th anniversary. One important event is the new pictorial directory. Life Touch Directorieswill be doing the photography and production of the new books. This is a special direc- tory as it will mark the 125th Anni- versary of St. Anthony Church. It will have photographs depict- ing the early life of St. Anthony Church, as well as those of today's parish life. We encourage all of our David William Gothier 12-30-1960- 10-1-2012 We thought of you with love today, But that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday, And days before that too. Your memory is our keepsake, With which we will never part; God has you in his keep, We have you in our heart. Sadly missed by your family and friends Patty Gothier Pictorial Directory- )arishioners to make an effort to be included in this important project. Parishioners can register for a photo session by going to St. Anthony's webpage at stanthonywatkins.com. Just click on the Life Touch Sign Up icon. There is no cost to participate, and everybody will get a free 8xl0 photo as well as a free directory. Beginning in January, look for occasional articles on the church's history. We will also have a spe- cial 2014 calendar for our parish. Then on June 1, 2014, St. Anthony's Therapy will officially mark its 125th anni- versary when Bishop LeVoir cel- ebrates the Anniversary Mass at 2 p.m. St, Anthony's Council of Catholic Women will host a recep- tion following the Anniversary Mass. We look forward to cele- brating this momentous year with our parish and our communities. Don't miss out on the first event. Sign up for your place in the Anni- versary Pictorial Directory today. Christian Women's Club meets Oct. 10 "Going Once, going twice. SOLD" That will be the sound of auctioneer Barb Weber in action at a ladies' brunch Thursday, Oct. 10, at Reichel's Event Cen- ter, Annandale, just for YOU. There will be a silent auction before the brunch. You can bring your donated canned and baked goods, plants, crafts, etc., between 8:30-8:45 a.m. The silent bidding will start at directions or information call Lisa at 320-654-8070 Selling ~ 300 RfJ~.u, Shotguns, Handguns, B/ackpomSer, Cad~ P/US Boats, JPl~h JEirou.~u/Rvs, AYVs, ~ Deco,j~ ~mmts, 10008 rounds of Amino, Hunti mor 5th Annual Sunday, October 13 Creek Park Shelter, Kimball 9 a.m. The live auction will foi- l low the meal, along with the fea- ~, tured speaker Karen Fergu- son of Onalaska, Wis., whose theme is From Brokenness A variety of Silent Auction " items make thiS event w.t for to Forgiveness and Freedom". listing of Make reservations by calling items in Dawn at (612) 723-3905, Sheree future story. before 8 p.m. at (320) 963-6625, or e-mail lilred.schramm@gmail. com. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries. Adults: $8.50 .Children 10 & under : $5.00 .Children under 3: FREE