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Thursday, November 19, 2009 A 1 Q PI:t (3rt q Tri-County News -Kimball, i!~iiii~~i~!NN~N~ sentlng your nee onor MAINE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP Sen. Steve Dilie prepares to retire serving each of you during my 33 CHANGE OF MEETING DATE After 33 years of service, Dille leaves public office years of service. StateSen.SteveDilleannounces of Meeker County Commission- I am looking forward to my last that he will not seek re-election in ers from 1984 until my first term in session which starts Feb. 4, 2010. Nov. 2010. the Minnesota House of Represen- I will keep working hard to find On average, Minnesota legis- tatives in 1986. After my first stint solutions to the issues that face my lators serve for about 10 years. By in state politics, I ran for the Min- constituents and my state. If you the end of next year when my term nesota State Senate in 1992, where have any ideas you would like to ends, I will have had the honor and I have been protecting the interests share with me, please contact me privilege of serving my constitu- of my constituents and the state at so I can continue to represent your ents and the State of Minnesota large for more than 17 years. The best interests during my final year at the Capitol for 24 years. Effec- time I have spent in public office in office. tive at the end of my current term, has been extremely fulfilling and Constituents wishing to find I will be stepping down from my has greatly enriched mylife, out more information, or contact role as your state senator and will I would like to thank all of you Senator Dille, at the capitol can not seek re-election in 2010. for the tremendous amount of sup- do so by calling (651) 296-4131, by I have been fortunate enough to port you have given me over my e-mailing him at , or by sending mail ing the people surrounding me. I looking forward to my retirement, to his senate office at 103 State entered elected office in 1977, serv- I will miss the opportunity I have Office Building, 100 Rev. Dr. Mar- ing as the Dassel Township super- been given to serve my commu-tin Luther King ]r. Blvd., St. Paul, visor. I then held a seat on the Board nity. It has been a pleasure repre- MN55155. Volunteering ideas for families Host a birthday party and col- lect food items for the food shelf. Family volunteering is a great Participate in a walk or run and Make a meal or bake for a friend way to strengthen families, teach collect pledges to raise funds for an in need. values of kindness and compas- organization. Creategreetingcardstobrighten sion, and build a stronger commu- Make fleece tie blankets, someone's day in the hospital. nity. Make food for families with rel- Ring Bells for Salvation Army. Clean out your closet and donate atives in the hospital. Adopt a family for Christmas or clothes, toys and games that are in Interview people in a nursing donate to Toys for Tots. good condition, home about their childhood and Plant a tree. Write letters and send care pack- record their memories. Assemble activity kits for kids in ages to troops serving abroad. Hold a back-to-school drive for the hospital. Donate your hair for children school supplies. Write a letter to your legislature with cancer. Mow your neighbor's lawn, about an issue that is important to Collect items to make baby bags shovel snow or rake leaves when your family. (diapers, baby bottles, pacifiers, they need help or are on vacation. Provide animal care for some- baby food). Musical performance in a nurs- one who is sick or on vacation. Clean a park. ing home. Become a visitor to a resident in Provide child care for a familyin Be a Big familywith Big Brothers a long-term care facility. need. Big Sisters. For more information on family Donate gently-used books. Play games with residents in a volunteer opportunities and ideas, Help serve a meal at Salvation long-term care facility, contact Mary Krippner at (320) ArmyorPlaceofHope. Host a lemonade stand and 252-0227 or e-mail . Legal Notice Office of the Secretary of State CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME State of Minnesota Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- nesota Statues; the undersigned, who is or will be conducting or transacting a commercial busi- ness in the State of Minnesota under an assumed name, hereby certifies: 1. The assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted is: Your Home Repairs. 2. The street address of the prin- cipal place of business is or will be: 7135 140th Street, South Haven MN 55382. 3. The name and street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name, including any corporations that may be conducting this business: Marion Koistinen, 7135 140th Street, South Haven MN 55382. 4. I certify that I am authorized to sign this certificate, and I fur- ther certify that I understand that by signing this certificate, I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Minnesota Statues section 609.48 as if I had signed this certificate under oath. Dated November 2, 2009 (s) Marlon Koistinen Owner (320) 248-3013 Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays Nov. 19 and 26, 2009. FOR COMPREHENSIVE GROWTH MEETING The regular Comp. Growth Meeting for November will be held Nov. 30, 2009, at 7 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Kim- ball Fire and Rescue Hall, 300 N Elm St, Kimball. The reason for this change is because of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Everyone is welcome to attend. Terre Harft Maine Prairie Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Nov. 12 and Nov. 19, 2009. PUBLIC NOTICE The Clearwater River Watershed District Board of Managers will con- duct a public hearing on Wednes- day; December 09, 2009, 7 p.m. at the Annandale Middle School, Superin- tendent's Conference Room, Annan- dale, Minnesota, for the purpose of establishing an Operation & Mainte- nance budget for the Cedar, Albion, Swartout, Henshaw Improvement Project #06-1. An assessment of $25,000.00 will be levied against those prop- erties originally assessed for the construction of the Cedar, Albion, Swartout, Henshaw Improvement Project #06-1. Any questions or concerns regarding this establishment should be given to the board at this time. By order of the Board, Dennis Loewen, Assistant Administrator, CRWD Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009. R lie 14311 1 IS our 55TM St Annandal~ MN 20+Years in Well and Pump rvi Call "~Rollie" 3~20-.2"/~t-3~6, Ce11:320-980-1212 LiGemae~J & Bonded #20084020 New Home Construction Additions Remodeling Sheds Sidiag Roofing Decks Windows Doors & More ... Chuck: 320-398-7512 gob: g20-2gg-lgg2 Kimball HENDRICKSON ' PLUMBING ' 24 HOUR SERVICE! Building Site Prep. - Demolition Basements INSTALI nON. 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