McClusky Gazette News

On April 18, the McClusky Farmers Market members met for their annual meeting, with six of their members present.

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Pam Houser tells what she recalls of her illness and the quick descent into serious complications. “I got up thinking I was going into the bathroom, instead I went into a spare bedroom, fell and hit my head. The doctor said if my husband had not found me, I would have died.”

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Clean-up week, usually set for early May, might prove to be a challenge this year, with the late snows. If all goes well, May 2-6 will be the week set aside for special handling and pickup of unneeded and waste items.

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After her son’s vehicle accident and severe brain injury, and the long recovery process still involving them, Rhonda Boehm, McClusky, was offered and accepted a position on HIAND, the Head Injury Association of North Dakota.

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The day, May 17, 2002, will stand out forever in Rhonda Boehm’s memory. The phone call from sister-in-law Lynnette Boehm; the sight of her son Eric face down in the ditch, still but still breathing in shallow breaths.

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Goodrich American Legion and Auxiliary Albert Block Post 56 held their delayed birthday program on Tuesday evening, April 5 at the Goodrich School gym. The program was postponed from March 22 because of a winter storm.

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With a near-plethora of prizes for children and a grill, picnic basket and gift certificate for the adults, Holen’s Super Valu put on a very festive event for their first anniversary on March 30.

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On March 15, Karissa Erdmann, Goodrich, cut and donated her hair to make wigs for cancer patients. She is in her first year at Minot State University and donated her hair once before when she was in eighth grade.

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With several items to discuss, the Underwood-Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky sports co-op held a regular meeting on March 24, a Thursday, at the TL-M School ITV room. 12 members from the schools were present. Supt. Peltier led the meeting that was delayed by a previously scheduled meeting conflict for the McClusky participants.

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You probably haven’t seen pigs fly yet, someone hasn’t accomplished this task. But consider feathered turtles! They have arrived, at least on the crafty side of life.

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