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Camden Township and New Germany cleanup day Sat., Sept. 6

Camden Township and the city of New Germany will offer a cleanup day Saturday, Sept. 6 from 7 to 11 a.m.
Residents will be able to dispose of appliances, mattresses, air conditioners, tires, and carpet on a fee basis. See ad in today’s paper for details.
For questions, call (952) 261-9946 or (952) 353-2488

Early deadlines are in effect for Sept. 1 issue

WRIGHT, McLEOD, AND CARVER COUNTIES – Early deadlines are in effect for the Labor Day holiday due to the press schedule. Ads and copy for the newspaper are due at noon Wednesday, Aug. 27.

Offices will be closed Friday, Aug. 29 through Monday, Sept. 1.

Customer appreciation day Saturday, Sept. 6 for Lundeen Auction & Appraisers

Sponsored Post – Clients of Lundeen Auction & Appraisers are invited to a customer appreciation day Saturday, Sept. 6 at the FWR Auction Center, 5646 Co. Rd. 33 in New Germany.

Gates open at 6 a.m. with a swap meet and farm market sale, followed by a monthly hay sale at 10:30 a.m. A free hot dog lunch will be served starting at 11 a.m., while supplies last.

Games and prizes for children will be provided throughout the day.

Vendors are welcome; no selling fees. For vendor information, contact Derek Lundeen at (612) 280-1725.

Carver County selects new library director

CARVER COUNTY, MN – Carver County did not go far to select its new Library Director. Carver County Branch Manager Heidi Hoks emerged as the top choice following a statewide search.

“Heidi will be a great leader of the Carver County Library system,” said Gayle Degler, Carver County board chair and liaison to the library board. “She has a clear vision for our library’s future and will be able to hit the ground running.”

Hoks has managed the Waconia, Norwood Young America, and Watertown libraries since 2007. Previously, she was Youth Service Coordinator for the Great River Regional Library, a six-county regional library system headquartered in St. Cloud, and Assistant Library Director at the Northwest Regional Library, a five-county regional library system headquartered in Thief River Falls.

Among many other hats she has worn, she has served as the President of the Minnesota Library Association. Hoks holds a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Minnesota. She has been involved in community groups ranging from the Waconia-West Carver Rotary Club to library, educational, and theater organizations too numerous to list.

“I am both excited and honored to lead such an excellent and innovative staff as we, the library board, the various library friends, the library foundation, and the county strive to keep our libraries ever evolving in order to best serve the needs of our public,” said Hoks.

Heidi Hoks’ first official day as the library director was August 18. She welcomes your suggestions on library issues and directions for the future. For more information about Carver County’s Libraries, please visit www.carverlib.org.

Heidi Hoks named new Carver County library director

CARVER COUNTY, MN – Carver County has announced that Carver County branch manager Heidi Hoks is the new library director. Hoks emerged as the top choice following a statewide search.

Hoks has managed the Waconia, Norwood Young America, and Watertown libraries since 2007. Previously, she was Youth Service Coordinator for the Great River Regional Library, a six-county regional library system headquartered in St. Cloud, and Assistant Library Director at the Northwest Regional Library, a five-county regional library system headquartered in Thief River Falls. She has also served as the President of the Minnesota Library Association. Hoks holds a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Minnesota. She has been involved in community groups ranging from the Waconia-West Carver Rotary Club to library, educational, and theater organizations too numerous to list.

“I am both excited and honored to lead such an excellent and innovative staff as we, the Library Board, the various Library Friends, the Library Foundation, and the County strive to keep our libraries ever evolving in order to best serve the needs of our public,” said Hoks.

Hoks’ first official day as library director was August 18. She welcomes suggestions on library issues and directions for the future. For more information about Carver County’s Libraries, visit www.carverlib.org.

Seymour Sighs at Hollywood Roadhouse Aug. 23

SPONSORED POST – Seymour Sighs Band will be performing Saturday, August 23 beginning at 9 pm. at the Hollywood Roadhouse, New Germany