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Program to help with resolutions for 2012

December 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — New Year’s resolutions — easily made, not so easily kept. Anyone who’s ever rung in the new year by promising to exercise regularly or finally get around to that diet will be interested in Fitness Forum’s new program “Set, Believe, and Achieve.”
At no added cost to members, Fitness Forum staff will consult with each individual and help them figure out how to realistically meet their goals.
“New year’s resolutions sometimes fall by the wayside,” said fitness manager Julie Rodriguez. “We want to know what those goals are and set a timeframe to them.”

Stone Creek celebrates holidays with news of bringing headquarters here

December 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Stone Creek Homes will be moving its corporate headquarters to Plymouth from Nebraska, according to David Ferguson, president and CEO.
Ferguson made the announcement at the Christmas party this month for all of employees and families from the Plymouth plant.
Ferguson said the quality and work ethic of the employees at the Plymouth location is prompting him to move the headquarters here.
Ferguson, who is originally from Plymouth, said, “This is an opportunity to pay forward.”

United Way of Marshall Co. at 50% of goal

December 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Executive director of Marshall County United Way Linda Yoder said Wednesday that the organization is at about 50 percent of this year’s campaign goal of $475,000.
“We are still asking everyone we know to help support United Way and the agencies that are counting on us to provide support for their next year,” said Yoder.

Weekly video: Lakeville, Lapaz Lions Clubs give toys for the holidays

December 27, 2011

Once again, a steady stream of children filed past toy-covered tables during the Lakeville Lions-LaPaz Lions Toys for Tots distribution day Dec. 17 — but this year there was more room to maneuver thanks to the new location in the Newton Center.
See the video under video feeds on the home page.

Wesley Thrift Shop wraps up another successful year of giving

December 26, 2011

Culver's Wesley United Methodist Women's Thrift Shop has wrapped up another successful year, including providing a host of holiday-related items (at half-price the latter part of December) leading up to Christmas.

Of course, the store always offers just about anything you can imagine: there are books, games, dishes, hats, gloves and fancy sweaters. The profits from the shop go to support missions of the United Methodist Women projects there in Culver, in the area, the United States and throughout the world.

Local musicians fill our lives with sound

December 23, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The German philosopher Nietzsche may have said it best when he said, “Without music, life would be an error.”

Lions Clubs spread holiday cheer

December 23, 2011

LAKEVILLE — Once again, a steady stream of children filed past toy-covered tables during the Lakeville Lions-LaPaz Lions Toys for Tots distribution day.
Unlike the last several years, though, those youngsters, their parents, and volunteers from both Lions Clubs enjoyed plenty of room to maneuver, thanks to a new location – Newton Center in Lakeville.
After eight years at the Union-North Ambulance Service building the ever-expanding campaign charged into its new home Saturday to rave reviews.

Pilgrims celebrate Thanksgiving during Christmas

December 23, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Game day started a little early for Plymouth’s Pilgrims.
Meeting Whitko on the floor at PHS Wednesday evening, Coach Ryan Bales’ team met some real VIPs earlier in the day. The team “adopted” several families in Plymouth to help brighten their Christmas holiday with gifts and food.

Culver’s DeWitt returns to Pearl Harbor for 70th anniversary of bombing

December 22, 2011

Culver’s Jim DeWitt hadn’t seen Pearl Harbor in 70 years, but over the week of Dec. 7, he and a number of others present on that fateful day, were given a hero’s welcome at the area many -- like DeWitt -- last saw when the wounds of the victims of Japanese bombers were still fresh, families of the dead still in shock.

Election ongoing hot topic at Culver council mtg

December 22, 2011

Two town council members last week added their comments to existing voices concerning the controversy over accusations made leading up to last month’s hotly-contested Culver town clerk race.

During the Dec. 13 regular meeting, Council member Lynn Overmyer defended outgoing clerk Casey Howard, who was defeated by Karen Heim, describing the “mess of paperwork” and “disarray” Howard was faced with when she first took over the clerk’s position, noting Howard straightened out the situation “professionally and promptly.”

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