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December 11, 2019

The businesses of Turner invite you to come out for a fun evening December 13th from 3:30-6:00 p.m. There will be OPEN HOUSES at every business in town as well as several setting up shop at the Legion Hall. Food, fun, laughter, ugly sweater contest and a little poker playing are in store for all.

Cards can be picked up at Imagine N That, Foxy Nails, Big Flat Grocery, Maloney Metalworks, and Reeds Ag Enterprises. Enjoy a warm bowl of chili at Big Flat Grocery, compliments of Maloney Metalworks, Reeds Ag Enterprises, Big Flat Grocery, Foxy Nails, Image N That Salon, and Grabofsky Aviation. The evening will be finished up at the school for the Community Christmas Concert.

Poker Run must be completed no later than 6:00 p.m. so results can be figured and winners announced at the concert. All proceeds from this year’s event will be donated back to an organization or cause in our community.

Dale Cederberg of Hobson was out over the weekend to help Max out since his knee surgery. Continued well wishes to you , Max as you heal up!

Linda Hauge was over to see Harlan and Jane Krass on Friday. Linda and Darel were to Adam and Lauren Hauge’s for Thanksgiving. They enjoyed seeing their three grandkids for a few days.

Anita Reed attended the Junior High Basketball tournament in Gildford this past week.

Max Cederberg was to Great Falls earlier this week to the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee meeting. While there, he got to visit and spend time with his mother, Nellie.

Gerald and Shirley Keller have been in Stanford Thursday through Sunday staying with Kase and Dakota Keller. Their parents were to the finals in Vegas and they enjoyed spending time with their grandpa and grandma.

Diana Maloney visited her parents, Jane and Harlan Krass this weekend. It was her first trip out since her foot surgery. It was nice to see them!

Jon and Shelly Harmon attended MSU-Northern basketball games and then on to Turner Tornado games in Glasgow over the weekend. Don and Bonnie Harmon and Larry Sterrett accompanied them.

There will be a Community Concert at the Turner School Gymnasium this coming Friday after the Stocking Stuffer Poker Run, Community Open Houses. It is promised to be a great show and fun for all ages. If you have any questions, please contact Jessi or Alex Billmayer.

Mary and Bill Hake had an enjoyable traditional Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Val and Roger Golden’s in Havre. They enjoyed other guests, Dan and Helen Maloney, Jim Reed, and Chris and Brenda Maloney, Laci and Carson, and Erik and Braxtyn Golden.

Gerald and Shirley Keller hosted their family Thanksgiving dinner. They had a crowd of 47 people, so had a great time together with family!

Ron, Susan and Piper Fox spent the weekend with Bob and Lynette Fox, and Lyvee. Lyvee had a dance recital that she participated in.

Hudson and Mary Kate Simons went to basketball games on Friday in Glasgow with Patty and Ryle Simons.


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