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									                          THE REDFIELD REVIEW
                               APRIL 2009




Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 11th 10:00 a.m. Redfield City Park
Dallas County Sheriff Benevolent Association will be there afterwards to take kids pictures for id cards.
Free of charge.

Redfield Public Library

The Redfield Library will be having a wine tasting event Friday April 17th from 6-8 P.M. at the library.
The event is being held during National Library Week to encourage patrons to come to the library and
get signed up for a library card. There will be door prizes for those receiving a new library card. The
wine tasting event will include appetizers and a chance to purchase new wines made in Iowa. The
wines are coming from Penoach Winery owned by Stan Olsen.

NEW DVDS at the library

The Sum of All Fears with Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman
Thomas & Friends – Calling all Engines
Stop Bullying Now
The Little Mermaid – Airel’s Beginning
Rusty – The Great Rescue
Akeelah and the Bee with Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett, & Keke Palmer
The Long Kiss Goodnight with Gena Davis and Samuel. L. Jackson
Horton Hears A Who with Jim Carrey & Steve Carell
All Dogs Go To Heaven

Book Review:
    Betrayal by John Lescroart
When Dismas Hardy agrees to clean up the caseload of recently disappeared attorney Charlie Bowen,
he thinks it will be easy. But one of the cases if far from small-time- the sensational clash between
National Guard reservist Evan Scholler and an ex-Navy SEAL and private contractor named Ron Nolan.
Two rapid-fire events in Iraq conspired to bring the men into fatal conflict.

    Crossroads by Belva Plain
The owner of New England glassworks company, widow Cassie Wright struggles to raise her surviving
child, Gwen, in the face of unbearable tragedy, but as Gwen blossoms into an independent young
woman, dissention drives the two apart, until Gwen has her own child, a little girl who reunites the
estranged family.
The Redfield Review
April, 2009
Page 2
                                     2009 Old Settler’s Celebration
                                           “Life is a Sitcom”
                                Grand Marshals: Jim Baker & Vivian Lamb
                                           Friday, June 19th
4:30      Vendor set up.
       p.m.
5:00      Kiddie Tractor Pull Sign In
       p.m.
6:00      Kiddie Tractor Pull – Park Slab
       p.m.
6:00      - Midnight Carnival
       p.m.
6:00      Bingo/Redfield Lions
       p.m.
6:00      Legion Auxiliary Dinner/Legion Hall
       p.m.
7:00      Mayor Address/Grand Marshall/Citizenship Award
       p.m.
7:30      Bed Races outside Thomas Street Tap
       p.m.
7:30      Home Grown Tomatoes
       p.m.
9:00      Band uptown / Thomas Street Tap
       p.m.
9:30      Fireworks Display/Redfield Sports Facilities
       p.m.
                                              Saturday, June 20th
6:00 – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast/Legion Hall
9:00 a.m. – Christian Church Food Sale – City Hall
9:30 a.m. - Main Parade Line Up/ Line up at the Football Field.
9:30 a.m. – Blindfolded Garden Tractor Race/ Thomas Street
10:15 a.m. Toddler Trot/Baby Crawl – 4 Corners
10:30 a.m.- Kiddie Parade- Wells Fargo Bank
11:00 a.m.- Main Parade
12:00 noon – 1:00 a.m. Carnival
12:00 noon – Car/Bike Show - Dairy Shoppe
12:00 noon – 2:00 p.m. Methodist Lunch/Methodist Church
12:00 noon – 2:00 p.m. Legion Auxiliary Lunch/Legion Hall
12:00 noon (approximately – time might change) Cow Pie Bingo Redfield Feed Store
12:00 noon –Vendors in the Park
12:00 noon – after parade. National Investors Sand Volleyball Tournament/ across from City Hall
12:00 noon – Bus 15 - performance. Park Slab
1:00 p.m. – Horse Pulls / City Shed
1:00 p.m. – Waterfights – Redfield Firemen
1:00 p.m. - Horseshoe Tourney – City Park
1:00 p.m. – Outhouse Races
1:00 p.m. - Bingo – In the Park – Lions Club
1:00 p.m. – Performance by Tribal Indians
2:00 p.m. – Lions Pie Contest – Legion Hall – Sign In
2:00 p.m. – Crosswinds Band - Redfield Development Shelter House
4:00 p.m. – Sugar Creek Cloggers
4:30 p.m. – Acoustic Jam – Redfield Development Shelter House
6:00 p.m. – Lions Pie Contest - Judging
7:00 p.m. - Bill Riley Talent Show
9:00 p.m. - First Responders Raffle
9:00 p.m. - Kiss the Pig – Winner
9:00 p.m. - Lions Pie Auction – Slab – After Talent Show – Redfield Development
9:00 p.m. – Wood Carving Auction – Slab After Pie Auction
9:00 p.m. Street Dance Featuring (to be announced) Thomas Street Tap
                                               Sunday, June 21st
10:00 a.m. Church in the Park
11:00 a.m. – Community Picnic – Park.
12:00 noon – Carnival
12:00 noon – National Investors Volleyball Finals / across from City Hall
1:00 p.m. Potato Launch – Middle School Complex.
The Redfield Review
April, 2009
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Redfield Lions Club

The meeting was called to order at 7:10 PM by President Marilyn Arnburg.

Our meeting opened with the Pledge of Alliance to the Flag followed by the opening prayer given by
Linda Lantz

Lion Linda Lantz was introduced as our Speaker for the evening. Linda talked to use about State Child
Health Care which is offered by Department of Public Health. Linda told us that for every dollar the
state spends on child health care, $17.00 comes back to the state. The goal is growing healthy and
safe children to become good and productive citizens. Linda handed out a list of Iowa Department of
Public Health Information websites, from Healthy Family, Women’s and Men’s Health, Nutrition and
Fitness, to a prescription drug donation program, just to name a few. Linda has a wealth of
information not only our youngest citizens but for our group as well. Thank you Linda for a terrific
program.

Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.

Treasurer Report was read by Charles Arnburg. Rick Gienau made the motion to approve the report as
read, 2nd by Ken Bergert. Motion carried.

New Business –

   1.  Think First – the Stuart Lions Club is requesting a donation to help cover the cost of one film
      about Drunk Driving – there are three films in the series. The films will be shown at WCV high
      school. Carolyn Martin moved, Mary Banter seconded a motion to purchase 1 of the films –
      motion carried.
   2. President Marilyn handed out the “70 for 70” pins – signifying our increase in contribution to
      the Leader Dog Program.
   3. The Nominating Committee announced the 2009-2010 slate of officers – they are as follows:
          a. President, Ken Bergert
          b. 1st Vice President, Frank Wagers
          c. 2nd Vice President, Dave Lantz
          d. 3rd Vice President, Linda Lantz
          e. Secretary/Reporter – Kristy Hook
          f.  Treasurer – Charles Arnburg
          g. Tail Twister, Marvin Coulter
          h. Lion Tamer, Al Carmichael
          i.  Caller, Carolyn Martin

Carolyn Martin made the motion to Adjourned, 2nd by Teresa Nolan. Motion carried and meeting was
adjourned at 8:15 PM

Respectfully submitted, Kristine I Hook Secretary

News From City Hall

The tire pick up event will be on Saturday, May 2nd and Spring Clean up will be on Saturday, May
16th. Watch for posters, call City Hall with questions.
The Redfield Review
April, 2009
Page 4




                                               Who Ya Gonna Call?
Alliant Energy                      800-822-4348       Lions Club Sign (Chuck Arnburg)     515-833-2471
American Legion                     515-833-2070       Mangano Electric                    515-993-4244
Awesome Windshield Repair           515-554-1173       McCoy Sanitation                    800-961-4011
Backroads Recordkeeping                                Mediacom Cable                      800-432-9213
          Pam Paardekooper          515-833-2485       MidAmerican Energy                  888-427-5632
Carol’s Cakes                       515-205-1605       National Investors                  515-833-2999
Casey’s Pizza                       515-833-2983       Off Sides Pizza & Pub               515-833-2900
Casey’s Store                       515-833-2577       Okoboji Pallet                      515-833-2412
City Hall                           515-833-2512       Ours New & Used                     515-971-2279
City Public Works                   515-833-2600       Post Office                         515-833-2741
Clothesline Laundromat              515-249-3206       Raccoon River Retreats              515-833-2636
Dairy Shoppe                        515-833-2815       Redfield Christian Church           515-833-2785
Dallas County Conservation                             Redfield Feed & Supply              515-833-2280
          Hanging Rock Shelter      515-465-3577       Redfield Locker                     515-833-2920
Dexfield Diner                      515-833-2927       Redfield Medical Clinic             515-833-2301
Glen-Gery Brick                     515-833-2828       Redfield Public Library             515-833-2200
Hair Junction                       515-833-2323       Shorts Lawncare                     515-480-7801
Hair Junction - Kate Paardekooper   515-473-4863       South Dallas Head Start (Adel)      515-993-1190
Heartland Co-op                     515-833-2253       T K’s Auto                          515-833-2377
Hy-Vac Laboratory                   515-833-2322       Thomas Street Tap                   515-833-2379
Iowa State Patrol                   800-525-5555       Tony’s Chop Shop                    515-240-7459
Iowa Telecom                        877-907-4692       United Methodist Church             515-833-2946
Iowa Realty – Janell Ketelson       515-453-5833       Wells Fargo                         515-833-2231
Jehovah’s Witness                   515-833-2806       West Central Valley Schools
Kuhn Funeral Home                   515-789-4621                 Dexter                    515-789-4480
Life Investors                      515-833-2616                 Redfield                  515-833-2331
Light Brothers Trucking             515-833-2366                 Stuart                    515-523-1313


Legion Building Committee

The meeting was called to order at 10:05am by President Jim Eide. It was reported that the Redfield
Development Corporation made a donation of $2,000 to the building fund.

The building design committee has examined several buildings for the initial cost to build, and also the
annual cost to maintain. They have nearly decided on the size to be 70’ x 80’. They have floor plans
for the buildings they have viewed. The plans are to be a steel frame building, with a 4 foot brick on
the north and east sides.

Plans were made to have the Ames Environmental Company to examine the property for environmental
concerns. The Legion has made an offer to buy the building from JR Wasson. Nothing has been to
finalize the transaction yet. The Legion has a bid for the demolition of the building, when and if they
get the purchase.

Julie Bailey has agreed to write some grants to help with the project. She has several names of
organizations to apply for.

We also appointed a fund raising team to work on projects. Next meeting will be April 18th at 10:00
am at the City Hall. Everyone is invited to attend any meeting.

Submitted by reporter, Frank Wagers
                                                      APRIL 2009
     SUNDAY       MONDAY              TUESDAY         WEDNESDAY               THURSDAY       FRIDAY   SATURDAY
                                                      1                       2          3            4
              .                                       Bridge Club
                                                      11:30 am


5             6                   7                   8                       9          10           11
              Bridge Club         City Council Mtg.   Redfield Old Settlers                               EASTER EGG
              11:30 am            7pm                 7pm Wells Fargo                                        HUNT
              American Legion                                                                                10AM
              Mtg. 7 pm                                                                                    CITY PARK
              Library Board Mtg
12            13                  14                  15                      16         17           18
              Lions Club Dinner                       Bridge Club                                     Legion Building
              Mtg. 6:30 pm                            11:30 am                                        Committee Mtg.
                                                                                                      10am City Hall

19            20                  21                  22                      23         24           25
              Bridge Club                             Redfield Methodist
              11:30 am                                Church Meeting
              Development Mtg.                        2pm
              7pm

26            27                  28                  29                      30
              Lions Club
              Business Mtg.
              6:30 pm

								
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