McClusky Gazette News

Lynn Helm is retired. As she smiled, she said, “I can come and go as I want.”

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Certainly, you know there is an election of monumental importance on November 3?

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Flyway 200 Grand Opening simply grand

The October 17 crowd at the Flyway 200 was pleased; there were free hotdogs for the Pumpkin Festival going on down the street and, later at noon, Rich and Robin Bauer treated everyone who stopped by to a choice of barbecued pulled pork or chicken, a choice of soups, delicious mini-bars and a choice of beverage.

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Pumpkin Festival winners shiver and smile

Saved by the shelter of the McClusky Fire Hall, children and adults brought more than 40 pumpkins to compete in the Pumpkin Festival on Saturday.

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The money behind many community services and memorials comes from small and large donations, much like the small and large amounts of free labor the volunteers contribute.

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Pumpkins center of JDA meeting focus

The Heart Park will be the Pumpkin Festival location center for the photo backdrop for fun photos of family and friends as well as the judging area for the decorated pumpkins. Time for all Pumpkin Festival activities is 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

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So long, Lynn, been good to know you

Lynn Helm retired from working at Holen’s Super Valu this week.

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A big effort, long awaited, was the completion of the west portion of the museum, already housing thousands of historical items.

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Buy quality and restore good memories

Stefon Scheurer works hard at what he likes to do, renovating automobiles, pickups and other motorized machines.

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Ms. Sarah Beck, McClusky Public Schools PK-12 Principal, stated that three COVID-19 cases and many close contacts have closed the school to just online classes for two weeks.

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