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HLWW Friday, April 28 bulletin

Good Luck Gracie Mallak @ Hamline Elite Meet tonight!!

American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Poster: ​If anyone is interested in being a part of
the Poppy Poster Contest this year please see Miss Main for more information.

FAMILY PASS/STUDENT PASS: Students who received the Trifecta award this year
(grades 11-8th) will get a free student pass or $50 off a family pass for the 2017-18
School year. Please check your email and complete form attached, and return by next Friday,
May 5.

HEALTH OFFICE: Abby Wacker from Wright County Human Services will not be in
next Tuesday.

SENIORS: Senior Plaque time. If you are wanting your senior plaque, please stop by
the HS office and pick up your form that needs to be filled out and returned by Monday
May 1. Awards night is May 15. You do have to be in attendance in order to get your plaque.

TRIFECTA AWARD​: Please check e-mails. You be in attendance to
receive your shirt. Orders will be placed Monday, May 1.

SOFTBALL: ​Vote for CJ Decker for player of the week in Softball?

You can vote multiple times!

Students:​ You are NOT ALLOWED to Park in Staff parking. Staff comes at different
times during the day, so if you are late/leave and come back, those are still reserved for
staff. YELLOW Lines are reserved for staff parking and the white lines are for student
parking. Thank you.

SELF DEFENSE CLASS: ​The student council will be holding a self-defense seminar
May 18, from 3 pm to 4 pm. This is a one-time course that is directed towards young
women in preparation for college and life after high school. Men can also come as well,
only as long as they are serious. Come and learn to protect yourself. If you have any
questions, please talk or e-mail Caresa Kosek. Look for flyers in the hallways.

Baccalaureate: May 31 at 7:30 pm in the High School Auditorium. Pastor Jake will be doing
the service.

PROM PICTURES: ​Prom picture sign-ups are in the HS Office. Last day to register is
Wednesday, May 3.

SPRING PLAY TICKETS: ​Click on the link below to order your spring play tickets.
Mystery @ Whimbomly Manor performance dates are April 28 & 29th at 7:30 pm.

SUMMER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING: ​Is for 7-12 grade students. Three
different sessions are available starting June 12. $70 per person, with a $100 family
max. Forms are in the HS Office to be picked up.

Deadline May 11 for Winsted citywide garage sale ads

Citywide garage sale day for Winsted is Saturday, May 20. A listing of participating locations will be featured in the Herald Journal Monday, May 15. Deadline for ads is Thursday, May 11.
Submit online at, e-mail to, or drop off at our Winsted office. Ads are free to subscribers, or $20 to non-subscribers.

Pillow cleaning in Lester Prairie

Carlson Fluff and Puff pillow cleaning service will be at Lester Prairie City Hall Thursday, May 11 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., sponsored by Lester Prairie Legion Auxiliary Post 463.
A drop-off service will be available Wednesday, May 10 from 6-8 p.m. at city hall.

Clean-up day in Howard Lake May 6

The City of Howard Lake maintenance department will conduct a clean-up day Saturday, May 6 from 8 to 11 a.m. at 920 2nd Ave., Howard Lake. See ad in today’s paper for details.
Elderly and handicapped residents may call the city office at (320) 543-3670 prior to Wednesday, May 3 to arrange free pick-up.

New Germany council hears from Carver County Sheriff

Carver County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Stahlke asked New Germany City Council members to encourage residents to call for help immediately when they need a law enforcement presence.
He asked that residents not wait until city hall is open, and then complain about an incident.
Stahlke also educated the council about how traffic stops are recorded. He said while a stop may have started in the city, the officer may actually stop a vehicle in the township. When a vehicle is stopped in the township, it is recorded in the township.
To read the full article, please see the April 24 edition of the Herald Journal.,

Howard Lake’s Grandpa Ittel’s Meats under new ownership

“Grandpa Ittel’s Meats is going to be old-style, but more artisan,” new owner Kyle Kovack said. “We’re bringing back custom process, and we’re aging meat the way it’s supposed to be done.”
Kyle said his shop offers full-service wild game processing year-round.
Some of the shop’s savory selections include all-beef summer sausage, Italian and Polish sausage, porketta, beef jerky, home-cured hams, cottage and Canadian-style bacon, and Swedish potato sausage.
See the April 24 edition of the Herald Journal for the complete story.