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Glenwood's 150th Kick Off Party

Fire & Ice Party kicks off Glenwood’s 150th anniversary celebration

The City of Glenwood’s celebration of the 150th anniversary of its founding kicked off with some sparks on Friday.

A Fire & Ice party was hosted by Central Square Cultural and Civic Center, and started out with a marshmallow roast on the historic building’s grounds.

The event was sponsored by the Glenwood Founding 150th committee, which is chaired by Karina Mork. The time capsule, which will be at all of the year’s events, was also at Central Square on Friday night.

The year-long celebration will feature at least one anniversary event each month. The committee also produced a commemorative calendar for 2016 and those calendars are available for sale in Glenwood at Meco 7, the Pope County Tribune, the chamber office, Eagle Bank and at the Pope County Museum. The calendars are just $10 with the proceeds helping to finance the year-long celebration.
Photos by Marta Johnson & courtesy of Sonya Gylsen

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Glenwood’s 150th Celebration Becomes Official

Glenwood City Commissioners declared 2016 as the “official 150th anniversary of the founding of Glenwood.”  

That action took place at last Tuesday’s regular city commission meeting after the city had received a proclamation recognizing the 150th anniversary year signed by Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton.

In September, the city commission allocated about $5,000 to kick off fundraising for the celebration, with much of that money going to purchase commemorative signage for street signs in the downtown area.  The money was also used to help fund a 150th anniversary logo and provided support for efforts by a planning committee to begin work on the year-long celebration.  The 150th committee is a subcommittee of the Comprehensive Community Improvement Initiative (CCII).

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Rotary’s Ethics Workshop Well Received by MAHS Students

Rotary’s ethics workshop resonates with MAHS students

A group of juniors and seniors from Minnewaska Area High School recently gathered at Lakeside Ballroom in Glenwood to delve into a subject not easily defined and packaged: ethics. MAHS students were joined by their peers from Sauk Centre High School for a full-day workshop hosted by the Eagan Rotary Club and brought to the area through the efforts of the Glenwood and Sauk Centre rotaries.

MAHS participants were nominated by their teachers, and included 10 juniors and 11 seniors. Participating juniors were Ashley Anderson, Shawn Stumpf, Colin Richards, Alex Larson, Chris Claussen, Abby VerSteeg, Carter Westberg, Hannah Trainor, Hunter Dougherty and Cassie Philips. Seniors selected to attend were Grant Hitchcock, Garret Bartels, Mary Wuollet, Miranda Cerney, Courtney Schmidt, Brett Buckingham, Greg Helander, Riley Kinney, Emma Middendorf, Michael Gruber and Craig Spore.

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