I never met Mr. Jumper, but miss both Dave and Mark every time I think of things rally. Dave and I spent many years running National and Divisional Course and Tour rallies, winning the National Tour Championship in, andwhile having great fun.
The forecast is calling for March to continue its unfriendly attitude for the next 2 to 3 weeks. Mac returned to his home here on Sunday, March 4. The Mahrers flew out of Fargo on the same flight that carried Mac Pherson, but returned a day later, on Monday, March 5.
An enjoyable time was reported. The members discussed the Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast that had been held in the Rutland Town Hall on Super Bowl Sunday, February 4, and the consensus was that the event had gone very well. Commander Christensen reported that the new American Legion baseball style Caps have been ordered and should be arriving in about a month.
The Adjutant reported that membership dues had not yet been received from a few members, and that he will be contacting them.
A cash donation to the Eva Nelson Benefit was approved, and the members also approved a contribution to a local veteran who is undergoing treatment for cancer. The next meeting of Post will be at the call of the Commander, prior to Memorial Day.
Officers of Bergman-Evenson Post are: Club Vice-President Kyle Mahrer reports that all but 2 of the tickets for the event were sold, and that a little over pounds of Northern Pike filets were served.
The pan fryers and the deep fryers are already fine tuning their recipes. The Rutland City Council met at 5: The application of the Rutland-Cayuga Volunteer Firemen to conduct raffles on Friday, March 2, for the benefit of the Sargent Central trap shooting team was also approved.
Auditor Banish distributed drafts of a revised Comprehensive Plan for review by the Council. Bids must be delivered to the City by Noon on Monday, April 2, with the bid opening at approximately 5: The next meeting of the Rutland City Council is scheduled for 5: Mavis Marquette reports that the first pair of Canadian geese arrived to set up housekeeping on the Marquette farm on Sunday, March 4, and a half dozen more are reported to be on Buffalo Lake, waiting for the ice to break up.
Mavis also reports that a pair of mourning doves showed up in the trees near the Marquette home on Tuesday, March 6.
Tewaukon Township resident Tim Ellestad has expressed concerns about the maintenance of gravel roads in Sargent County. Tim invites anyone who shares his concerns to stop in at his farmstead for a mug of coffee and some conversation about roads, gravel and other topics of interest.
As of Friday, March 9, there are 59 weeks down and weeks to go until January 20, This, too, shall pass.A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media.
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