Archive - Oct 25, 2012
The Community Health Ministry of Buffalo and Tower City will be sponsoring the ninth annual Tour of Homes on Sunday, Nov. 4 from 1-4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited.
The tour will begin at the Buffalo 1916 School on Pearl Street, where tickets, maps and refreshments will be available, and the Olde School Gift Shoppe will be open for your shopping pleasure. Advance tickets will also be on sale at Kasowski-Gubrud Repair and the Food Market in Buffalo.
The Valley City School District's major campaign to collect food for those in need begins Wednesday, albeit under a new name, â€śStuff The Truck.â€ť
Last year the effort went under the name â€śPack The HAC.â€ť The new name brings the effort full circle, said Cindy Waagen, director of Marketplace Foods.
â€śThat was our original name,â€ť when Marketplace Foods started the effort in 2000, Waagen said Wednesday.
The Valley City School District took over leadership in about 2005, Waagen said. â€śWhen it was done by Marketplace the schools were always involved,â€ť she said.
The Barnes County 911 system, or who will run it has been a weighty issue for city and county officials, but making the change from city to county control should not involve a lot of costs, according to County Commissioner Eldred Knutson. Last week, Barnes County commissioners voted 3-2 to take control of 911 operations, against the Valley City City Commission's wishes.
Instead of walking door-to-door, ringing doorbells, area kids will have the opportunity to walk from car-to-car, looking at trunks in this year's trunk-or-treat.
Trunk-or-treat, held annually at the Nazarene Church in Valley City, is a "fun and safe event for the whole family," the Rev. JoAnn Stack said.
The event will be held Oct. 31 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the church.
Members of the Nazarene Church will decorate the trunks of their vehicles and hand out treats to kids. The free event is open to children of all ages and their families.