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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. PAGE 7 October 6, 2016 veteran to To all Central Minnesota Veterans organizations: We at Air Max appreciate every- thing that our nation's veterans have given us as a country. We also understand that at times, while they have been willing to give all so that we may experience the American Dream, it is difficult for veterans themselves to experience that dream here at home. This winter we have decided to give back to a local veteran in need and do our part to say thankyou. In coordination with St. Cloud Stand Down, Air Max will donate a complete installation of a new fur- nace (natural gas or propane) to a deserving veteran or the surviving spouse of a veteran. Package includes a new Maytag furnace, required piping and ven- tilation, electrical wiring and per- mits. Everything needed to keep a vet and his/her family warm this winter. All Maytag furnaces include a 12-year warranty- high- est warranty in the business! Electrical wiring to be provided by our friends at Liberty Electric. Applications need to be sub- mitted for review no later than Oct. 31, 2016. Furnace installation is planned to take place early November, 2016. Mobile home furnaces are not included in this promotion. Veteran or surviving spouse must be the owner of the home, they must reside within Stearns, Benton or Sherburne County, and they must be occupy- ing the residence as well. Applications can be found at the St. Cloud Stand Down office, all area VFW and American Legion Posts, at the Air Max office and at From all of us at Air Max Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning- we salute you! Advanced Cottage Food Producer Food Safety Workshop in St. Cloud Do you make and sell baked goods, home-canned pickles, salsa, jam and jellies? Are you a cottage food producer? If yes, attend the Advanced Cottage Food Producer Food Safety Workshop from 9 a.m.-Noon, Thursday, Oct. 13, at the University of Minnesota Extension, St. Cloud. This advanced safe food han- dling course focuses on aspects of cottage food products includ- ing baked, confectionary, dried, fruit preserves and, acid and acid- ified fruit and vegetables. You will learn how to produce, pack- age and label a safe food product. This workshop meets the train- ing requirement to register as a Minnesota cottage food producer with annual sales $5001-$18,000 per year. Individuals with gross receipts of less than $5,000 per cal- endar year may attend this course or complete the online training course at licensing/licensetypes/cottagefood. aspx. Registration materials avail- able at foodsafety/cottagefoods. For more information contact, Karla at (507) 337-2809, or NEWSPAPER MEDIA HAS THE POWER TO INFORM, ENTERTAIN AND CONNECT. When you hold your local newspaper in your hands - whether in print or on a mobile device - you hold a powerful tool to inform and inspire. For centuries in towns and cities across North America, local newspapers have served as the voice for the public good and as a powerful connection between citizens and the communities around them. Oct. 2-8, 2016, is National Newspaper Week, a time to salute the dedicated professionals who work hard to bring you the news. In this digital age, the newspaper audience has never been greater, with millions reading in print, online or via mobile. No matter the medium, those millions of readers rely on their local newspaper as the "Way to Know!" Quality hand tools for all of leader in quality ! products... ERTL HARDWARE Conveniently located in Downtown Watkinsl (320) 764-2890