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October 30, 2009
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Trick or Treat For UNICEF Halloween is just around the corner, and once again this year, Angela and Tyler Wrage and friends will be collecting donations for UNICEF. UNICEF is a nonprofit organization that raises money for impoverished children and families around the world. A donation of just two dollars can provide nutrition for one hungry kid, and last year, we collected enough money to vaccinate 212 children against polio for life. Look for the orange donation boxes in the hands of trick-or-treaters. Thank you in advance for your support of this project.

Festival of Trees Start thinking about ideas for that special Christmas tree to be a part of the Festival of Trees. The Gladbrook Tree lighting will be on Tues., Nov. 24. Trees for the festival will need to be in place by Sun., Nov. 22. Gladbrook UMC Election Night Supper Gladbrook United Methodist Church will host its Election Night Supper, Tuesday, November 3rd, serving will begin at 5 p.m. Menu includes chicken noodle, potato, and chili soup by the bowl or quart, tacos, taco salad, beef burgers, salads, and home-made pie. Carry outs and delivery available by calling (641) 473-2025. Youth Fellowship will hold a bake sale.

Badger Hill Cemetery Annual Meeting Badger Hill Cemetery will hold the Annual Meeting Thursday, November 12, 7:30 p.m., at the Gladbrook Ambulance Building.

Garwin Christian Church Election Day Turkey Supper Garwin Christian Church will host their annual Election Day Turkey Supper, Tuesday, November 3, serving from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Menu includes turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, corn, relish tray, coleslaw, cranberry relish, pie, cake, and beverage. Dinners $8 and $4, under 3, free. Carry-outs are 50 cents extra. Please call (641)-499-2445 for carry-outs.

Gladbrook Gals and Guys Upcoming 4-H Meeting The next meeting of the Gladbrook Gals and Guys will be Sunday, November 8. The County Awards banquet is also November 8, starting at 2:00 pm, in the Gladbrook City Center. Please remember to bring bars if you signed up, as our club is in charge of the lunch. We encourage members to attend the awards. Our club meeting will be held afterwards at the City Center. We ask members to collect empty ice cream buckets and bring them to this meeting; they will be needed for our T-Braid workshop coming up.

Library Coffee Time Stop in and join us every Friday afternoon at the Gladbrook Public Library at 2 p. m. for coffee and conversation. We might even discuss a book or two. Bring a friend and hopefully brighten your day and ours!! Pat & Karen

Legion Pancake Breakfast The Gladbrook Legion will be hosting their first pancake breakfast to open pheasant season on Sunday, November 1, serving from 7-1 at the Memorial Bldg. Proceeds will go to the Scholarship program. Support your community projects and enjoy a great breakfast.

GYW Halloween Party The Gladbrook Young Women will once again sponsor a community Halloween Party for kids from age 0 to 4th grade on Saturday morning October 31st, at the City Center in Gladbrook. The party will begin at 10:00 a.m., bring all your goblins and gouls to enjoy a movie, snacks, games and a haunted hallway. Parents are required to attend and stay and enjoy the fun with their goblins. GMG Cheerleaders - Pampered Chef Open House The GMG Cheerleaders are having an openhouse Pampered Chef fundraiser.  It will be held at the Garwin Catholic Social Center on November 2nd from 5pm to 7pm. 

Gladbrook Gals and Guys T-Braids The Gladbrook Gals and Guys 4-H club will have our annual T-braid fundraiser this winter. We’ll be spending two days as a club preparing T-braids to sell to the community. What is a T-braid? It’s a pastry with a butter/cinnamon-sugar filling, decorated with frosting and sprinkles. We make them about a foot long and sell for $5. Order forms will be available November 8; please contact a club member to place your order. The braids will be ready to deliver December 5th. Place your orders soon, the number made is limited! Garwin Freedom Days Adult Halloween Costume Party Friday, October 30, 2009, 7:00 - ???, Old Grocery Store in Garwin, “Best Costume” Contest, B.Y.O.B. and snack. Free-will Donation

Garwin Freedom Days Kids Halloween Costume Party Saturday, October 31, 2009, 3:30 - 5:30 PM Old Grocery Store in Garwin, “Best Costume” Contest, 4:30 PM Costume Judging (Age Groups: 0 PreK; K, 1, 2; 3, 4, 5). Games, activities, candy and lots of ghoulish fun! All activities are free! Hot dog, chips & drink - $2.00. Free-will donation. Sponsored by: Garwin Freedom Days Committees. Crayon Corner Fundraising Meal Crayon Corner Learning Center fundraising meal. November 15th from 11-1, at Peace Church. Meal is a Baked Potato Bar, Dinner Salad, and dessert. Free will donation.

Green Mountain Fire Department Pancake Breakfast The Green Mountain Fire Department is hosting a Pancake BreakfastSunday, November 1, 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Green Mountain Community Center. Menu includes: pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, juice, milk, or coffee. We are simply asking for a free will donation. If you are unable to attend but would like to donate, checks can be sent to: Green Mountain Fire & EMS, 403 Green Mountain Rd., Green Mountain, Iowa 50632.

Veterans Celebration The Gladbrook Auxiliary is hosting a Veterans Celebration on Mon., Nov. 9th with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. State, District and County Legion dignitaries will be our guest. For the program, Legionnaires will talk on their trip with the “Honor Flight” to DC. Hostesses are Marilyn Thoms, Becky Fevold, and Sandy Raum. Lets have a great turn out as we honor our veterans on this special occasion.

Garwin Community Breakfast Sunday, November 1st from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Serving: pancakes, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, sausage, toast, coffee and juice. Free will donation. All proceeds go to the popcorn stand. Sponsored by Garwin Revitalization Committee

 
 

 

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