Be sure to check out Chapple Days

Don’t forget Chapple Days at the Both farm go next Friday (July 29) starting at 7:30 p.m. with music, a bonfire, and wiener roast.
More activities will run there on Saturday, July 30 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., including a tractor pull. The buildings will be open for viewing, and lunch will be available.
Then don’t forget pontoon boat rides will be offered at the waterfront at 1 p.m. A car rally, show ’n shine, and poker derby will be held there starting at 2 p.m.
A canteen will be set up at the hall all afternoon. And a reminder the Chapple Museum will be open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. next Saturday (July 30).
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The Northern Echo Bible Camp, for children aged seven-12, will be held July 29-Aug 4 at Sunny Cove. The cost is $95, and some sponsorships are available.
For more information, call Lynita at 482-2560.
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Marvin and Sandra Caul, and their four children, along with Joyce and Don Monroe, have returned from Windsor, where they attended a family wedding.
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There will be dancing at the Brink Center in Baudette this Friday (July 22) to Kelly’s Band. The Sindelirs will provide the music there next Friday (July 29).
Meanwhile, the Emo Legion will host old-time music this Saturday (July 23).
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Highway 61 from Thunder Bay to Duluth is a beautiful road to travel as it winds along the shoreline of Lake Superior, with sightings of fishing boats and freighters.
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My daughter, Louise, and I travelled with daughter Judy and Chuck Abey of Thunder Bay in their newly-acquired camper a week ago to the St. Cloud area of Minnesota, where we met with four couples of relatives (Bob and Pam Morford, Viola and Howard Green, Jack and Louise Hay, and Red and Lorraine Parker), at Morningstar campsite at Rice Lake.
Although we didn’t fish, we did go boating on the lake. We had a wonderful three days of visiting and reminiscing, returning home on Saturday (July 16).
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Margaret Rahn returned home last Saturday after holidaying for more than a month on Vancouver Island and in the Kootenays. She spent 10 days in Invermere, where the highlight was a party for the longest day of the year.
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Best wishes to John Scheibler, who is at home recuperating after a stay in the hospital.

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