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Community Education is an opportunity for local citizens
and community schools, agencies, and institutions to
become active partners in addressing education and
community concerns.

Community Education brings community members
together to identify and link community needs and
resources in a manner that helps people to help to
themselves raise the quality of life in their communities.

Community Education is a unique education concept that
embraces these beliefs: Education is a lifelong process;
everyone in the community – individuals, businesses,
public and private agencies – shares responsibility for the
mission of educating all members of the community; and
citizens have a right and a responsibility to be involved in
determining community needs, identifying community
resources, and linking those needs and resources to
improve their community.

Community Education results in: A responsive education
system and an improved learning climate in the schools;
efficient and cost-effective ways of delivering education
and community services; broad-based community support
for schools and other community agencies; an emphasis on
special populations, such as at-risk youth and minorities;
and collective action among all education and community
agencies to address quality of life issues.

Working together – through Community Education –
communities can address such concerns as child care and
extended day care programs; substance abuse; senior
citizen services; student achievement/school effectiveness;
community pride/support for schools;
unemployment/underemployment; literacy/diploma and
degree completion; community economic development;
and many other community ideas.

If you or your business/organization have a need that
Community Education could address of if you have
resources to share, please contact Tracy Area Community
Education at 629-5510. For further information about
Community Education in Minnesota log on to
The Community Education Program is a year-round
community driven service for all ages provided
educational, recreational, social, and cultural activities at
reasonable fees to promote life-long learning for the
citizens of the Tracy Area.

Pre-registration is required for all classes. Some classes
have a limited enrollment, so please register as soon as
possible to assure yourself a place in the class.

There are five easy ways to register for a Community
Education Class as given below.

    1. PHONE IN your registration by calling 629-5510

    2. MAIL IN your registration be sending it to Tracy
       Area Community Education, 934 Pine Street, Tracy,
       MN 56175

    3. WALK IN to the Community Education Office at
       Tracy Area High School with your registration.
       The office is near the main high school office.

    4. FAX your registration to 629-5507

    5. EMAIL your registration to

In the event a class is canceled due to insufficient
enrollment, registrants will be notified and fees refunded.
For more information about classes or activities call the
Tracy Area Community Education Office at 629-5510

Lyon County Government Center
607 West Main Street, Marshall, MN 56258
Pat Thomas, Education Coordinator

Marshall Area ABE is a FREE Program investing in adults
to assist them in gaining the skills needed to succeed in
today’s world. Please use our website at for more details regarding
schedules and services available at all sites within our

Classes are also available at the Walnut Grove Elementary
School. Please contact Jeannie Kelsey at 507-859-2141 for
more information on Adult Education Classes at Walnut

GED (General Educational Development
Certificate/High School Equivalency) - Classes for those
who want to prepare for the GED examination
ESL (English as a Second Language) - For adult learners
whose native language is not English. Classes are available
from beginner to advanced levels. Better English skills can
lead to better jobs.
Basic Skills Enhancement – Classes are for learners who
need goal-specific basic skills such as work-related math,
reading or basic computer literacy. Generally considered
“brush-up” and does not lead to a diploma or GED.
Reading Enhancement Classes – For individuals who
want to learn to read or enhance their fluency and
comprehension skills in a non-threatening, confidential
Driver’s Education – Study is designed to help the student
attain the Minnesota driving permit and license.
Citizenship Education – Helps prepare Minnesota non-
citizens for the INS US citizenship exam including
application preparation and English language instruction.
Workplace Literacy – For second language learners
seeking skills to become more employable.
Computer Skills – Individualized instruction to gain basic
computer skills for employment. Student must be referred
to the program by the WorkForce Center or be enrolled in
another ABE program to access the service.

The Marshall Area Adult Learning Center is open:
8:00am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Other times by
Call 507-537-7046 for more information
             SPECIAL EVENTS
The Annual Balaton Craft Show will be held on Saturday,
November 26th at the Balaton Community Center from
9:00am – 2:00pm. If you would like to rent a booth please
contact Cheryl Peterson at 507-734-5921

At Shetek Lutheran Ministries
Sunday, October 2nd     12 – 3:30pm

It’s a good ol’ fashioned “Down-on-the-Farm” afternoon of
family fun. Have some yummy home cook’in and goodies.
Then catch a horse & wagon ride. Craft Make & Take,
Demonstrations, and more Goofy Games than you can
imagine. Work as a team to make a Scarecrow: Judging at
3pm following the Pig squeeling contest!
Wrap up the afternoon at 3:30 by attending the Thanks &
Praise worship. *Donations being accepted for ELCA’s
Global Barnyard project.
$5. per person (3 yrs & under - Free) includes 10 activity
tickets. Held indoors if necessary.    For more info call
us: 507 763-3567
Located 8 miles north of Slayton off Hwy 59. Turn east on
Valhalla Rd. Go 2 miles (14 Keeley Island Dr. Slayton,

Saturday, November 12, 2011
Marshall Middle School – 8:00am to Noon
Be there with bells on! – Get in the spirit this holiday
season at the Arthritis Foundation’s 4th Annual Southwest
MN Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. Be one of
thousands of runners and walkers who hit the nation’s
pavements, pathways, and parks this winter to fight
arthritis, the nation’s most common cause of disability.
Jingle Bell Run/Walk is a fun and festive way to kick off
your holidays by helping others! Wear a holiday themed
costume and win prizes. Tie jingle bells to your shoelaces.
Run or walk a 5 kilometer route with your team members
and celebrate the season by giving. For more information,
call Carrie Stiernagle at 507-383-8043 or visit

Minnesota Safety Council Defensive Driving 55+ Basic 8-
hour course. Join others 55 and older to improve your over
all driving skills. This defensive driving series has a
proven record of reducing accidents and traffic violations.
Upon completing this course, you will receive a 10%
reduction on your insurance (Certificates provided). There
is no driving test and no written test!
DATE: November 21 & 22 (Monday & Tuesday)
TIME: 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
SITE: Tracy Senior Center, 200 3rd Street
FEE:      $14.00
Register by November 16th

Minnesota Safety Council’s Defensive Driving 55+
refresher 4 hour course. If you have taken a state approved,
eight hour defensive driving course in the past, you can
renew your 10%, 3 year car insurance discount by taking
this state-approved refresher course. There is no driving
test and no written test, you will receive a certificate of
completion to provide to your insurance company.
DATE: October 24th (Monday)
TIME: 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
SITE: Tracy Senior Center, 200 3rd St.
FEE:       $14.00
Register by October 19th
DATE: November 29th (Tuesday)
TIME: 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
SITE: Tracy Senior Center, 200 3rd St.
FEE:       $14.00
Register by November 23rd

This course is a pre-requisite to our Adult Woodworking
Class. If you are a new comer to the Woodworking Class
you must take the safety course first. This class is designed
to orientate you with the shop equipment and the emphasis
on safety.
DATE: Information coming soon
TIME: 7:00pm
SITE: Tracy Area High School Wood Shop #204
FEE:     $5.00 per person
Register by TBD

This class is for those with some experience in
woodworking. Come in with a plan or picture and
measurements of the project you wish to make. Dick
Jacobsen, an experienced teacher, supervises this class.
Wood can be purchased from the school wood shop. If you
have not taken this course in the past you must first take the
Woodshop Safety Course on October 19th.
DATES: Information coming soon
TIME: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
SITE: Tracy Area High School Wood Shop #204
FEE:     Registration for Session I: $40.00 for an
         individual, $65.00 for a couple,

         Registration for Session I & II: $70.00 for an
         individual, $120.00 for a couple
NOTE: Maximum of 5 people with 1 being a couple.
Register by TBD

DATES: Information coming soon
TIME: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
SITE: Tracy Area High School Wood Shop #204
FEE:     $40.00 for an individual, $65.00 for a couple.
         Plus materials.
NOTE: Maximum of 5 people with 1 being a couple.
Register by November TBD

Drivers will assist passengers from the curb of the pick-up
location to the curb of the rider’s destination. Drivers can
assist passengers while entering and exiting the vehicle.
Heartland Express services Lyon County residents. A
volunteer driver program is available. Phone the dispatch
office at 537-1416 or 1-800-658-2448 between 7:30am –
4:30pm Monday through Friday to schedule rides or for
further information. Call (507)532-7628 to pre-schedule
rides. Available to serve everyone.

Need Directions? The Lyon County Enterprise
Development Corporation (LCEDC) can help! The
LCEDC makes establishing a new business or enhancing an
existing business easier. The goal of the LCEDC is to
generate jobs through small business development in Lyon
County and best of all, their services are FREE. The
facilitator will make the business development process less
confusing by guiding you through the process, providing
you with the information and contacts that you need to get
on the right track… and stay there! For more information,
contact Chris Harris, the LCEDC Facilitator at:
             Lyon County Enterprise Development
             507-537-7016 or email

Thinking of Buying a Home? Sign-up for a Home
Stretch Class before you buy.
Buying a home is a complicated process that involves many
different professionals. Learn what to expect and what to
avoid. Your attendance at a class will also meet the
educational requirements of many lower interest loans
which can translate into smaller house payments. Home
Stretch is sponsored by a trusted, regional non-profit
organization and taught by a nationally certified trainer.
For more information call the Southwest Minnesota
Housing Partnership at 888-468-8010 ext. 418 or register
on line at

A collaborative effort between non-profit organizations and
criminal justice agencies, works with Lyon County
juveniles on probation. This program helps adjudicated
youth complete community service and/or pay restitution
while learning skills, which will enable them to become
productive citizens. This program hopes to reduce
delinquent behavior by giving youth a chance to enhance
their self-efficacy, education, and life skills. Community
Plus provides opportunity for youth on probation to work
throughout the community to complete community work
service projects. Youth who complete service hours have
the opportunity to become paid employees which further
strengthens their employment skills and encourages good
citizenship. For more information, please contact Eriann
Faris at 507-537-6236 or

Get connected with opportunities to be involved with
organizations in this area that need and appreciate
volunteers: one-time projects, group activities, ongoing
opportunities, leadership roles. The Volunteer Connection
can be accessed at (volunteer
tab) or by calling United Way of Southwest Minnesota,

We are always looking for instructors who are willing to
share their hobbies or talents with others. Not only will
you enjoy meeting people who share your interest, but
you’ll also be paid for your time.

We can guide you in planning the content of your class and
we’ll take care of the scheduling arrangements.

If you are interested, contact Community Education at 629-


Tracy Community Education is offering FREE computer
classes to improve workplace skills. Participants may take
up to 30 hours of computer class to gain skills to enhance
one’s employability. Individuals work at their own pace in
an open lab with a qualified instructor available to assist.
Classes offered:
                  Keyboarding
                  Microsoft Word
                  Microsoft Excel
                  Microsoft Access
                  Microsoft Power Point
                  Microsoft Publisher
DATE:      Starting in November
TIME:      6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
SITE:      Tracy Area High School Computer Lab
INST:      Drew Bunkers, TAHS Computer Teacher
For more details call (507) 629-5510




Keep them safe by enrolling them in one of the American
Red Cross training classes listed below:

Babysitting Training/Jr. Child Care (young
people ages 11-15):
This is a certified 7 hour class designed for those that care for
siblings, baby-sit, stay home alone or are around younger
children on a regular basis. It teaches them how to handle basic
emergencies, illnesses and perform basic first aid. Supervise
young children and to perform basic care routines such as
diapering, feeding and dressing younger children.

DATES:         Saturday, November 5th
TIME:          9:00am – 4:00pm
SITE:          Tracy Area High School Health Room
FEE:           $40.00 minimum 5, maximum 10
INST:          Red Cross Trained Instructor Don Wilmert
Registration deadline: November 2nd
Infant and Child First Aid and CPR (young
people ages 11-15)
This is a certified 5 hour class designed for those that care
for infants and children. Students who successfully
complete this class will be certified by the American Red
Cross in Infant and Child First Aid and CPR. The
certification is good for two years for each first aid and
CPR. The students will be trained in giving basic medical
care until professional medical help arrives. The students
will learn how to recognize and provide care for cardiac,
breathing, and basic first aid emergencies for infants and
DATES: Saturday, December 10th
TIME:       9:00 am – 2:00 pm
FEE:        $50.00 minimum 5, maximum 10
SITE:        Tracy Area High School Health Room
INST:       Red Cross Trained Instructor, Don Wilmert
Registration deadline: December 7th

          ME? A TEACHER? WHY NOT?
Community Education believes everyone can learn and
teach. Many of our instructors are people just like you who
have a hobby or interest they want to share with others in a
class setting. If you like to teach children, adults or seniors,
please call us at 629-5510

Fitness DEPOT is a spacious 24 hour access fitness center
consisting of a 2400 sq. foot main room and a 730 sq. foot
privacy/circuit room.

Fitness DEPOT houses 25 pieces of QUANTUM strength
equipment, and 14 pieces of cardio equipment. Rates range
from $35 a month for a single membership, to $54 a month
for a couple/family membership’s. Fitness DEPOT also
participates in exercise programs with Blue Cross Blue
Shield and UCARE where members can receive a $20
credit toward their membership costs. Fitness DEPOT also
offers $10 a month unlimited tanning to it’s members. We
offer personal training and will be offering various classes
in the future. 507-626-0883
Training Course
This class will be offered in cooperation with the
Southwest Ridge Runners Snowmobile Club. Students will
be involved in classroom and actual practical experience on
a snowmobile. Students are asked to provide their own
sled if possible. Additional sleds will be provided if
needed. Upon completion of the course, the student will
earn an approved State of Minnesota snowmobile operators
certificate from the DNR. Class participants must be 11
years of age or older during this snow season!
Certification will be issued on 12th birthday. Must
register by Wednesday, November 23rd.. Both sessions are
DATE: November 29th (Tuesday) AND December 3rd (Saturday)
TIME: November 29th, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
          December 3rd, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
SITE: Marshall Middle School
FEE:      $10.00 for all participants – Min: 10
Call 507-537-6767 to register for this class

WANTED! – Qualified Instructors to Teach Adult and
Youth Community Education Classes. Community
Education is looking for instructors to teach classes in
various hobbies, skills, and arts and crafts. For more
information, or if you have class suggestions, call the
Activities Office at 629-5510.


Adults are welcome to come and get a little exercise
shooting baskets and playing a game of hoops! Participants
must be out of high school to participate.
DATE: November through March (Wednesday evenings)
TIME: 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
SITE: Tracy Area High School Gym
INST: Chris Bangasser
                        TAE KWON DO
                    Ages 6 – Adult
              Two FREE trial classes offered
Classes meet every Monday and Wednesday evenings
6:00pm – 8:00pm year round. Tae kwon do is located in
the new Kid’s World Building East of Tracy Area
Elementary School. For more information call Jeff Meyer
629-3410 or 629-4095. Tracy Tae kwon do is a member of
USA/TKD Association.

KARATE CLUB a Martial Art for everyone . . .
Children: Develop respect, increase self-confidence,
improve coordination, channel aggression, teach self-
Teens: Improve concentration, build muscles, increase
flexibility, make new friends, learn self-defense.
Self Defense: Learn striking techniques to disable an
attacker, learn controlling techniques to restrain an assailant
Weapons: Learn how to use the Boken, Bo, Kama and
Ground Work: Work from the mount and guard positions
and learn how to control your opponent.
Classes held Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Ralco
Technology Center (Old Balaton School). Beginners
7:00pm – 8:00pm, Advanced 7:00pm – 8:30pm. Cost is
$25.00 monthly. Multi family member discount ($40 for
two students, $50 for three or more students).

The walking program is designed to help promote good
health by providing a convenient indoor facility to use for
walking as a mode of exercise. Participants can walk
Monday through Friday 7:00am – 7:45am and after school
3:30pm – 5:00pm whenever there is school. FREE!!

                                 Come and meet
          the other parents and share ‘one on one time’ with your child.
                               Cost $25.00
                   Tracy: Tuesdays starting Sept. 20
                         6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
                   SESSION WILL RUN FROM SEPT. 20 – NOV. 8
             at Little Panthers Pre-School Room, Tracy Elementary
                Call the pre-school room at 629-5515 to register.
                         Parent Educator – Deb Huffman
(Early Childhood & Family Education)
                 Balaton: Thursdays starting Sept. 22
                        6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
                   SESSION WILL RUN FROM SEPT. 22 – NOV. 17
                       at Balaton Pre-School, Balaton, MN
                          Call (507) 734-5601 to register.
                        ECFE Teacher – Diane Peterson
                    Activities for parents and children to do together
                 •Parent Time •Child Time •Field Trips •Special Guests
                           •Toys, Books & Videos to check out.

NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Competition
Thursday, September 1st
Kristin Haugo-Jones, Elem PE Teacher, is organizing the
Tracy Area Punt, Pass & Kick Competition at the high
school practice football field on September 1st.
Registration forms will be sent home from school.

Come join the Tracy Area High School FCCLA Program as
they will help you make some spooky treats perfect for
Halloween. You will be asked to bring a container to take
your snacks home in. It’s sure to be a spooktacular time.
Slips will be sent home in October.
DATE: October 25th (Tuesday)
TIME: 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.
SITE: Tracy Area High School Room 102
FEE:      $10.00 includes food
AGE: Grades 4 - 6
INST: Tamara Wee and FCCLA Students

Boys and Girls Grades 2, 3 & 4
The students will learn the fundamentals of football such as
the proper stance, catching, and how to throw a football;
they will all learn some basic pass routes. This year we
have joined the NFL Flag Football Program. With your fee
you will receive a T-Shirt.
DATES: Every Tuesday and Thursday, Starting September
          13th ending October 6th
TIME: After school – 4:30 p.m.
SITE: Elementary Fields
FEE:      $30.00
INST: Travis Apperson

Grades 5 & 6
The TMB Cub Football Program is in its 4th year. This
program is offered to all boys in the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton
School system that are going into 5th & 6th grades. This is
full contact, padded football. Practices are held on Monday
and Thursday evenings and most games will be played on
Saturday mornings. This program starts in the middle of
August each year. Information is sent home in May each
school year.

Boys and Girls Grades 4-6
Program will begin the first part of December. Basic skills
will be stressed, as well as sportsmanship and team play
through organizational skills and team competition. Slips
will be sent home in November with program details.
Parent Coaches are needed.

Boys and Girls Grades K-6
Tracy Community Education is excited to offer the
opportunity to experience the great sport of wrestling. The
main focus will be to encourage participation and teach
proper technique in a fun, enjoyable environment.
Wrestlers will have the opportunity to compete in weekend
tournaments and occasionally wrestle before “B” Squad
and Varsity High School Matches. Slips will be sent home
in November.

ATTENTION Youth (Grades K-12)
Looking for something fun and interesting to do? Want to
meet new people and help others? Lyon County 4-H, an
established youth development program involves youth in
hands-on learning adventures. Over 130 exciting project
areas that youth can work on and participate in camps,
community activities, and national and international travel
opportunities. For more information on the 4-H
experience, contact Lyon County Extension Office 532-

Fall Registration – watch for Girl Scout flyers to come
home from school with fall registration information. Join
us as we register girls and volunteers for another fun and
exciting year with Girl Scouts in the area. For more
information please contact Jodi Gorres at or 800-845-0787.

Educators have emphasized the fact that reading with a
preschool child is the single most important activity to
prepare a child for school. The Dolly Parton Imagination
Library was created to guarantee access to books and to
inspire parents to read to their children as much as possible.
United Way of Southwest Minnesota is sponsoring
Imagination Library so that every child (ages 0-5th
birthday) who is enrolled will receive an age and
developmentally appropriate book each month at home.
Books are free and every child is included as long as they
live within one of the school districts within our area. You
can enroll online at If you have
any questions, please contact: United Way of Southwest
Minnesota, 109 S. Fifth Street, P.O. Box 41, Marshall, MN
56258. (507) 929-2273

The before school weightlifting program is offered to boys
and girls in grades 7-12. The weight room is open every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 6:30 a.m.
– 7:30 a.m. Mr. Flann will set you up with a program to fit
your needs.
Tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, and tumbling are being offered at
the dance studio. New students are welcome, pre-school
through adult. Call Vicki at 629-4887 or Jen at 763-1521.

           Stop at the District 2904 Office
          Buy Your Season Sports Ticket Now
     For admission to regular season sporting events
 Adult Punch Card: 10 events for $40.00 or $85.00 for the
                       school year.
         Individual tickets for home events are:
                K-12 $4.00, Adult $6.00


              CAMDEN STATE PARK
                Phone: (507) 865-4530
 Enjoy many of Minnesota’s most beautiful natural sites.
 Camden State Park is 10 miles south of Marshall on U.S.
                      Highway 23
               Sioux lookout trail
               Bubbling clear springs
               Trout fishing
               Hiking
               Picnic grounds
               Campsites

                    GARVIN PARK
                Phone: (507) 537-6731
      South Highway 59 - 6 miles west from Tracy.
               Winter Sledding
               Picnic shelters
               Fireplaces
               Playground equipment
               Rustic campsites
               Restrooms available

                 Phone: (507) 763-3256
  12 Miles south of Tracy, 1 mile north of Currie on Co.
                        Road 11.
                Excellent fishing
                Boating
                Hiking
                Picnic Shelters
                Swimming
                Bike Trails
                Rustic Campsites
                Restrooms available

Masonic Lodge                Doug Pamp           629-4444
Eastern Star                 Melanie Pamp        629-4444
Boy Scouts                   TBD
Cub Scouts                   Khyle Radke        829-0112
Girl Scouts                  Linda Bakserville  629-3082
Tracy Comets (4-H)           Tammy Horner       629-4234
Tracy FFA                    Paul Skoglund      629-5500
Kiwanis Club                 Seth Schmidt       629-4300
Lions Club                   Curt Reinert       629-4974
Tracy Women of Today         Shauna Davis       629-4263
American Legion              Dale Klein         629-4381
VFW                          Bernie Holm        629-3669
Eagles                       Pat Beierman       629-4777
Hoe & Hope Garden Club       Elaine Fischer     629-4149
Currie Town & Country        David Woitaszewski 760-0084
Tracy Fire Department        Dale Johnson III   629-8225
Knights of Columbus          Robert Ochocki     629-4735
Amiret Busy Bees (4-H)       Cheryl Lenertz     629-4073
Garvin First Responders      James Julien       746-4456
Tracy Senior Center          Cheryl Jokstad     629-5547
Business Partnership         Chamber Office     629-4021
Tracy Ambulance Service      Charlie DeSchepper 629-3478
Fine Arts Council of Tracy   Chris Schons       629-4245
GFWC Study Club              Cleone Richardson 629-3374
Ladies in Red                Linda Witt         629-3816
Monroe Friendship Club       Jackie Deal        629-4792
Garden Gate Flower Club      Karen Krog         629-4002
Eagles Auxiliary             Pat Beierman       629-4777
American Legion Aux.         Jan Bornitz        629-4685
Tracy Community Band         Clint Peterson     629-4715
Minnesota Waterfowl          Dr. Mark Evers     629-3630
Tracy Country Club                              629-4666
Tracy Med Services Foun      Cookie Cooreman 212-4179
Tracy Community Ed           Bill Tauer         629-5510
Economic Development      Robert Gervais     629-5540
Tracy Area Chamber        Missie Erbes       629-4021
Panther Booster Club      Kim Daniels        629-4800

Halloween Parade – October 2010

Holiday Premier – November 5&6, 2010

Annual Balaton Craft Fair – November 27, 2010 at the
Balaton School Gym

Holiday Creations Contest and Pictures with Santa –
December 4, 2010

Red Tag Sale – January 2011

Chamber Banquet – February 12, 2011

Tracy Area Sportsmen’s Show – Saturday, April 16 &
17, 2011 at Tracy Veterans Memorial Center

Prairie Women’s Expo – Saturday, April 30, 2011 at
Tracy Veterans Memorial Center.

Lion’s in the Park – Burgers and Bands, May 18, 2011

Memorial Day Celebration – Monday, May 30, 2011

Crazy Day – July, 2011

84th Box Car Days Celebration – Held every Labor Day
weekend – normally brings in 15,000 people to Tracy,
September 2-5, 2011

County Services provided at the Lyon County Court House
607 West Main Street, Marshall
Assesor (County)                    537-6731
Driver’s License Bureau             537-6727
Auto License/tabs                   532-4643
Highway Department              532-8205
Region 8 Human Services         537-6747
Recycling Information           532-8210
Sheriff’s Office                532-3258
Treasurer’s Office              537-6724
County Extension Services       537-6702


                 ADVISORY BOARD
                    Becky Iverson
                   Charles Reinert
                    Katie Gervais
                      Sara Larson
                     June Terhark
                     Loy Woelber
                     Roger Gorius
                    Charlie Snyder
                    Peggy Zwach
                     Jody Kruger
                  Roland Dobberstein
                       Bill Tauer

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