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Timber Dash 5k run/walk Sat., Oct. 4

The Crisis Nursery serving Wright County is hosting the fifth annual Timber Dash 5k run/walk/kids fun run Saturday, Oct. 4 at Lake Maria State Park in Monticello.

This is a fun, healthy, and kid friendly event catering to runners, health walkers, and families who seek to raise their heart rates and have the heart to support a noble cause.

The Timber Dash 5k (chip timed) takes place on the trails in scenic Lake Maria State Park and has three sub-events.

The kids run will kick off at 9:30 a.m., with the 5k at 10 a.m., and the 5k walk starting a few minutes after the runners have left the start line.

There will also be acoustic guitar music and a roaring fire as entertainment.

This is a charity event with all proceeds benefiting The Crisis Nursery serving Wright County, a child abuse and neglect prevention program providing childcare, counseling, and support to families experiencing a crisis situation.

You can register now by going online at www.timberdash.com, print out the race form and send it to the Crisis Nursery, 9766 Fallon Ave NE #101, Monticello, MN 55362, or you can register at the event that morning.

Cost now is $25 per runner/walker and $10 for kids.

Race day registration is from 8 to 9:15 a.m. with cost at $30 per runner/walker, and $10 for kids.

Finisher medals, race shirts, race food, beverages, and informational booths will be on site.

For more information, call (763) 271-1674.

H.S. volleyball rankings

(Sept. 30)

• Class 1A – 1. Bethlehem Academy; 2. Central Minnesota Christian; 3. Minneota; 3. Tracy-Milroy; 3. New Life Academy; 6. Heron Lake-Okabena; 7. Mabel-Canton; 8. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa; 9. Martin County West; 10. Fillmore Central.

• Class 2A – 1. Stewartville; 2. Marshall; 3. Kasson-Mantorville; 4. Jackson County Central; 5. Concordia Academy; 6. Maple Lake; 7. Jordan; 8. Belle Plaine; 9. St. Croix Lutheran; 10. Sibley East.

• Class 3A – 1. Prior Lake; 2. Eden Prairie; 3. Chaska; 4. Hopkins; 5. Lakeville South; 6. Eagan; 7. North St. Paul; 8. Roseville; 9. Osseo; 10. Delano.

Winsted Wildcats golf tournament this Saturday, Oct. 4

The annual Winsted Wildcats golf tournament will take place Saturday, Oct. 4 at ShadowBrooke Golf Course.

The tournament will begin at 10 a.m., and will be four-team, best-ball, with a cost of $60 per player.

Included in the entry fee will be 18-holes of golf, a cart, food following the tournament, and prizes for the top teams.

If interested in golfing, contact Aaron Schultz at either (320) 282-6514 or aaron@heraldjournal.com.

ATV youth safety classes being hosted by the Wright County Sheriff’s office

A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources youth all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety education class will take place Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, 3800 Braddock Ave. NE in Buffalo.

The class is open to youth age 11 to 15.

Registration must be done in person at the sheriff’s office prior to the class date. A registration fee of $10 is due at the time of registration.

This is a two-part training program.

A CD-ROM will be provided to participants at the time of registration. Students must complete the CD-ROM training course prior to the Oct. 4 field operating class.

Students are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing, including gloves, boots, jackets, and jeans.

The class will take place rain or shine.

Lunch will be provided for the students.

For more infomation, call the WCSO at (763) 682-7622, or visit the MN DNR website at http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/safety/vehicle/atv/index.html.

Sports schedule for Tuesday, Sept. 30

Volleyball: Maranatha Christian at LP/HT (HT); 7 p.m.

Volleyball: Holy Family at W-M; 7:15 p.m.

Girls Swimming: Big Lake at W-M; 6 p.m.

Boys Soccer: Southwest Christian at W-M/LHS (Mayer); 7 p.m.

Girls Soccer: LHS at W-M; 7 p.m.

DNR Question of the week

Q: While hunting this fall, can I carry a shotgun for turkey and a bow for deer?

A: No. It is unlawful to possess a firearm while archery deer hunting.

This applies to bow hunters with a crossbow permit as well.

The exception is that if you have a permit to carry a handgun, you may have it while archery deer hunting, but this provision does not extend to shotguns or rifles.

If you’d like to use a shotgun for turkey, you’ll need to take your bow home, back to camp or secure it in a vehicle first.