Central McLean News-Journal - News

Expectations high for 10th Classic

It is all hands on deck for the remainder of the week as the members of the MidSummer Classic group prepare for what they anticipate is their biggest car show/parade/street dance in the 10 years they’ve been having the event.

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Underwood twin brothers Mason and Kayden Hornberger are leading the Underwood Class of 2020 as they graduate Friday, June 26.

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All negative at TL testing

There was a pretty steady stream of cars starting at 10:30 a.m. at Thursday’s COVID-19 drive-through testing in Turtle Lake, but by noon the stream had lessened to a vehicle driving up every few minutes or so.

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TL commission still talking trash

No motions were made, and no official action was taken Monday night at Turtle Lake’s regular monthly meeting.

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Patience is definitely a virtue the organizers of Underwood’s MidSummer Classic.

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A little “halleluiah” moment goes a really long way these days. Underwood City Auditor Diane Schell knows there is a lot to do around the city to keep it looking neat and tidy, and sometimes it takes a little help from a volunteer or two.

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Fun in the sun
June 3, 2020

Fun in the sun

Aiden Repnow and Jaxon Malnourie were enjoying some fun in the sun on a slippy slide Monday morning as they repeatedly threw themselves down the runway of the water slide.

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Some things were a little different at the Turtle Lake American Legion Post #133’s annual Memorial Day Program, but the emotions of those in attendance were the same as they honored America’s fallen veterans.

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Grads told ‘not the critic who counts’

Yes, families were seated a proper social/physical distance away from one another at Sunday’s Turtle Lake-Mercer graduation, but as the ceremony progressed and the speakers addressed those in attendance, it was obvious they were focused on their memories and their futures – not the coronavirus impacted present.

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The Turtle Lake-Mercer graduating class of 2020 will hold its commencement ceremony this Sunday at 2 p.m. in the school gymnasium, followed by a parade processional down Main St. immediately following the ceremony.

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