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Wykoff news 12.21.15


Mon, Dec 21st, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

By Donna Erdman

A huge thank you to Elliott and Karen Grandall, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Senior000 Choir, Ravens Fire Band, St. Johns Lutheran Church, all who brought and served refreshments and all that attended the Wykoff Area Historical Society Sunday evening. $915.00 was received.

The Friday night Kingsland B-Squad beat the Dover-Eyota Eagles 52-19. In the varsity game, the Eagles made 3 pointers with ease and won 74-54.

On Wednesday, Bill and Sandy Luce visited Phyllis Lee in Austin at her home.

Donald Meyer of Houston drove to visit Marguerite Peterson this week.

On Saturday, Brenda Link came to visit her father, Orlo, and brought Christmas cookies and on Sunday, Shari Henderson of Rochester also came to visit her father.

Great-grandmother Bernice Root attended the baptism of Faithe Emily Root, the daughter of Michael and Emily Root at the Greenleafton church on Sunday.

The Aleda Schwier families had their Christmas dinner at Phil’s place on Saturday, december 12.

Randy Montgomery and Jackie Irish were married on Saturday, November 21 in a private ceremony on Superstition Mountain at the lost Dutchman State Park, Apache Junction, Ariz. The wedding was performed by the couple’s nephew, Christopher Frank of Mesa, Ariz. The wedding was attended by the bride’s parents, Phil and Elaine Miller of Casa Grande, Ariz.; Hunter Irish, Karly Atwood and their son, Kaisen; CJ Irish, Cody Irish, and Chris and Cecilia Frank and their son, Landen. A celebration with friends and family is planned for a later time.

On Thursday, Randy, Wendy and Bretta Grabau hosted the Balsam Lake, Wisc. organ tuners, Fred Hall, their son-in-law ,and Craig Cousins. On Friday morning, they tuned the pipe organ at St. Johns Lutheran Church as had been scheduled.

The Niemeyer families had their Christmas at the Wykoff Community Hall on Saturday with good food, good gifts, and most able to attend. At their closing, they sang the Twelve Songs of Christmas.

On Monday, the Wykoff Progress Club held their Christmas gathering at Margaret’s Tea Room in Wykoff. A delicious meal was served with 13 women present. Every member brought a wrapped gift for a child. After each memeber opened a gift, the gifts were brought to Preston for the Christmas in Fillmore County collection. Ruth Eickhoff was in charge of the program and handed out .....
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St. Johns Lutheran School “Angel Alert” Christmas program December 20

Mon, Dec 7th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

Please join the Sunday School students of St. Johns Lutheran Church in Wykoff as they present the Christmas program, “Angel Alert”, on Sunday, December 20, during the 9 a.m. church service. “Angel Alert” takes place in heaven with fictitious ..... 
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St. Johns Lutheran School Christmas program

Mon, Nov 30th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

Please join the students of St. Johns Lutheran School as they present the Christmas program, “The ABC’s of Christmas”, on Friday, December 4, at 1:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served after the program. In addition, the Parent-Teacher League w ..... 
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German Schwier relatives visit family in Wykoff

Mon, Oct 26th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

Guests of Duane and Pat Schwier of Wykoff, on Thursday, October 8, were Torsten Wietelmann of Bremen, Germany; Hans-Juergen, Crista, Marina, and Time Habelmann of Baranburg, Germany; and Frits and Rosel Habighorst of Neuenkichen, Germany. They are al ..... 
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Wykoff News

By Donna Erdman

Tue, Sep 8th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

On Thursday morning, Joan A. Kidd attended the Salvation Army Fillmore County Service Unit meeting some of the things talked about were “shop with a cop” event that was held on August 22. There were 12 third graders that participated. They went ..... 
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Wykoff News

By Donna Erdman

Mon, Aug 31st, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

Everyone is invited to view the free educational film “Vanishing of the Bees” on September 1st at 7 p.m. at the Wykoff Community Hall, as hosted by the Wykoff Loins monthly meeting. There will be a potluck supper at 6 p.m. On Sunday, Dianne Bi ..... 
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Group envisions a Veteran’s Memorial Park in Wykoff

Mon, Aug 17th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

A committee of eleven area residents has been meeting once a month for almost a year to create a Veteran’s Memorial Park at the corner of Highway 80 and Gold Street in Wykoff, Minn. According to a press release “the Wykoff community is in the ..... 
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Wykoff News

By Donna Erdman

Mon, Aug 10th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

As a result of the tax forfeiture auction on Tuesday of Goodies and Gas, Spencer Weisner was the high bidder for the former Bud Kavanagh building and lot in Wykoff. A Fitzthum cousins reunion was held July 29 at 12 p.m. at Margaret’s Tea Room. T ..... 
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Wykoff News

Mon, Jul 27th, 2015
Posted in Wykoff Features

By Donna Erdman Wykoff will have a vendor for the farmers market at the pavilion at the Wykoff Community Center starting July 25 from 8:30-10 a.m. The vendor will come every other Saturday. Other vendors are welcome. Plan to stop for locally grown ..... 
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