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Lismore News 12-18-13

December 20, 2013

Call Deb Luter with your Lismore News or email it to ncreview@myclearwave.net
Jerry & Mary Kellen have enjoyed some out-of-town guests this month. The Red Hat Ladies from the Worthington/Round Lake area and the Round Lake Garden Club made trips to Lismore to see the Kellen's elaborate train set up, which includes a replica of the town of Lismore.  The Kellen’s are happy to open their home to guests wanting to see the extensive train collection and answer any questions about it.  Give them a call at 472-8436 to schedule a visit!

  Congratulations to Lydia Diekmann on her graduation from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Dental Therapy. Those attending the Dec. 4th reception were Brandon Diekmann and Tom & Lisa Diekmann, all of Lismore and Tom & Mary Mesner of Chandler.  Brandon & Lydia will be making their home in Lismore and Lydia will start working for Lake Shetek Dental Clinic in Slayton.

  Get well wishes to Chris German, who is out of the hospital and recuperating at his home following a bone-breaking fall.  Take it easy, Chris!

  Wrestling is in full swing at Adrian High School. It’s been said, if you want to be the best, you have to wrestle the best. In a match last week, Darleen Lutmer's grandson, Michael Preuss, notched a huge win for the Dragons by defeating the defending South Dakota state champion. Outstanding job, Michael! Good luck to you and your teammates this season.   

The Schaap-Galagan American Legion Auxiliary Post 636 of Lismore brought Christmas cheer to the residents of the Adrian nursing home this past week.  Avis Stoffel, Ruth Lorang, Joyce Erdmann, and Patty Johnson were on hand to play Quarter Bingo and provided a nice lunch for a big crowd in the commons area.  No one got rich, but they all were happy their winnings!! Auxiliary member, Darleen Lutmer of the Country Cottages joined the fun as well.

  What better way to spread holiday cheer than to carol at the homes of friends, neighbors and co-workers.  A large number of carolers turned out Friday night to do just that.  The music was well received and it was a fun way to get in the Christmas spirit.  They all gathered at the Lismore Bar for snacks and appetizers to end the evening.

The Lismore City Offices email has been changed to cityoflismore@gmail.com.

  Bridget Henning enjoyed the dance recital of her granddaughters, Erika and Ellie, this weekend.  They are the daughters of Jeff & Stacy (Henning) Vortherms of Owatonna.

  The Lismore Skating pond is ready for skaters!  

The American Legion Auxiliary will celebrate the Christmas season by filling “good cheer” baskets at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 18h followed by their monthly meeting.  Serving lunch will be Ruth Lorang, Judy Wieneke, Berta Wieneke and Bette LeBrun.

  The State Bank of Lismore will host a Christmas Appreciation on Friday, December 20h from 10:00-2:00 with refreshments, goodies and door prizes.


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