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Explore and inspire as an Interpretive Volunteer with the Steele County Historical Society.
The Steele County Historical Society is seeking interpretive volunteers to act as tour guides, building docents and interpreters for the 2017 tour season in the Village of Yesteryear and the Steele County History Center.
Tour Guides lead groups of visitors building to building through the Village of Yesteryear and History Center, sharing stories and historical detail about the buildings, artifacts and the people of Steele County.
Building Docents are stationary in one building, and act as a building host, delivering commentary on the buildings and the exhibits for large group events, such as Extravaganza, SCFF, and Christmas in the Village.
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The Town & Country Garden Club is again taking presale orders for petunias for this year’s pots and gardens. A limited number of petunias will be offered at our Plant Sale fundraiser in May. Call now and order to guarantee the number of plants you will need. The deadline for pre-orders is April 5. Call Barb Finseth at 463-3306.
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The NRHEG Community Night Out Live and Silent Auction has been scheduled for April 1, 2017, at Wedgewood Cove in Albert Lea. This is an important fundraising event for the PTO and a great night to socialize with friends and neighbors!
If you have an item or experience you would be willing to donate or would like to become a sponsor of our auction, please contact one of the following individuals: Brandon Wayne 507-456-6250, Jodi Wayne 507-456-4015, Angie DenHerder, Katie Knudson 507-416-2132.
Please "like" our Facebook page (NRHEG PTO) and watch the Star Eagle for upcoming information regarding tickets. Thank you in advance and see you on April 1st! See the ad on Page 3.
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A benefit breakfast and bake sale for cancer victim Jean Schumacher is set for Sunday, April 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at New Richland City Hall. See the ad on Page 7.
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Baker scores 40, top 2,000 for his career
There was a lot of orange in the crowd at Concordia University in St. Paul Friday afternoon.
It didn’t faze the NRHEG Panthers. Especially Oakley Baker.
Baker scored 40 points and surpassed the 2,000-point barrier for his career as the Panthers outlasted Lake City 77-66 for the Class AA boys’ basketball state consolation championship.
Baker, who had seven three-pointers and was 13-for-13 from the free-throw line, did not miss a free throw in three state tournament games.
Tyler Raimann also reached double figures with 15 points, as did Benji Lundberg with 11. Brady Agrimson scored six, Jason Jongbloedt three, Chad Agrimson two. Sam Prigge also started but did not score. Jack Schultz played but did not score.