by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic
Winter just got a little brighter for Singelstad Hardware customers, Doug Potter (left), Joice, and Bonnie Rodberg, (right), Lake Mills. Their names were recently chosen as the winners in the DoItBest $500 Shopping Giveaway.
Winter just got a little brighter for Singelstad Hardware customers, Doug Potter (left), Joice, and Bonnie Rodberg, (right), Lake Mills. Their names were recently chosen as the winners in the DoItBest $500 Shopping Giveaway.
Stanley Rusley is the veteran of the month. Top of Iowa Quilt Club gave him a quilt as a thank you for his service to our country.
Albert Lea Community Theatre (ACT) continues its 55th season with the drama “Irena’s Vow” at the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center, Feb. 13–22.
Family Fun Night was held at the YMCA in Forest City last Saturday evening, Jan. 11. Families enjoyed pizza and bars, played games in the gym, and made use of the swimming pool.

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by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic The Lake Mills Police Department is finally at full staff again, since the retirement of former Police Chief Dave Thomas last May, and the resignation of Officer Jon Wacha. In May, Officer Todd Thorson was sworn in as the new police chief, with remaining...
FTSB recently sponsored a coloring contest for LMCS second grade students and the public was encouraged to vote during the bank’s open house, Dec. 13. Winners are pictured with Lory Groe of FTSB.
4-H provides a positive environment in which youth can grow and develop confidence, a sense of accomplishment, and a greater level of competence. This environment is created in part by the recognition offered to 4-H members as acknowledgement and affirmation of their growth, development, and...
The Silver Lake Huskers 4-H Club collected donations and Bryce and Brayden Eden took them to the Lake Mills Care Center for the residents to receive at Christmas. They are pictured with Lisa Sunkle, LMCC activities coordinator. The Silver Lake Huskers also assisted Pastor Bill Peters with packing...
Pictured left is the collection of gifts from the 2019 Giving Trees. One hundred ninety-one gifts were distributed, plus each child received a gift certificate for the movie theater. Trees were located at area churches and banks and had to be “refilled,” thanks to the generosity of the community.
Lory Groe and Candy Hanna, representing the Ley Foundation, presented several grants last month. The 1901 Victorian House and Gardens received $500 for garden maintenance (L-R): Lory Groe, Rosemarie Almelien, Bonnie Rodberg, Candy Hanna, Regina Adams, and Leann Hagen. The Lake Mills Fire Dept....
The 2019 Christmas Lighting Contest winners have been announced by the LMCDC. Winners: Joel Koch Family (Overall Favorite), 1006 S. Grant; Ben Dagestad Family (Clark Griswold), 1107 S. Winnebago; Kris Singelstad Family (Nostalgic), 1002 Milton Ave.; Harold Hurley Family (Inside-Out), 1101 S....
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic Famous actress, Audrey Hepburn, once said, “I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.” Lake Mills has a professional comedian...
Asbury UMC Sunday School students presented “A Christmas Story,” Dec. 15. Those participating (in no special order): Brynna Mannes (Joseph); Lily Young (Mary); Freddy Holtan (Jesus); Sheep—Kennedy Mannes, Teddy Holtan, Hailey Slattum; Shepherds–Pearl Imler, Sawyer Schipper, Tate Schipper; Angels–...
For the second year, six LMCS fifth grade students were nominated by their teachers to go shopping for Toys for Tots at Singelstad Hardware. Thanks to local donations, they had $5,000 to spend and the shelves were pretty bare by the time they were done. Pictured above, with all the bags of toys...

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