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Use feet or grab a bike to get to school on National Walk and Bike to School Day, Wednesday, May 10 in Morris. Students in grades kindergarten through 12th are encouraged to walk and those in second grade through 12th are encouraged to bike or walk. Community members and parents can bike or walk with students.
Suede Allen Jergenson was born April 30, 2017 at Centra Care in St. Cloud to Cally and Abe Jergenson of Starbuck. Suede weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce, and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Don and Michele Greiner of Hancock and Roger and Brenda Jergenson of Starbuck.
Dayla Lillian Koehl was born on April 26, 2017 at Stevens Community Medical Center in Morris to Patricia and Thomas Koehl of Morris. Dayla weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Karl and Marilyn Koehl of Hancock and Russell and Verz Manz of Paulding, Ohio.
Superior Industries of Morris had its annual FFA welding contest on May 4. Cole Kannegiesser of Morris Area High School finished in first place. The contest included 33 students competed from several different schools.
News from St. Mary's School in Morris
Morris Area FFA member Savannah Aanerud will represent Minnesota at the National FFA Convention in October in the extemporaneous speaking career development event. Aanerud earned first place at the state convention. She also earned first place in the Farm Bureau Discussion Meet. Morris Area FFA had many participants in the state convention. The chapter had individuals participate in Best Informed Greenhand, Extemporaneous Speaking, Discussion Meet, General Livestock Evaluation, Diary Evaluation, Meats Evaluation, Soils, Fish and Wildlife, Horse Evaluation, and Ag Issues.
To the editor:
As near as they figure, Jim Busenga and Ed Hockert have been Minnesota Vikings fans since 1967. They can easily recite players from the late 1960s into the early 1970s. Carl Eller, Alan Page, Jim Marshall were just a few. "Fran Tarkenton, he was the quarterback. It was a whole different era then," Hockert said. "Ed Cox was the kicker then."
Welcome to the latest edition of the Donnelly News. Although we have had a few nice days in the past week, it has mainly been cold and wet with some rain and, even snow on Monday morning. In St. John's Kongsvinger news: Baccalaureate Sunday is May 21. Anyone in the parish who has a graduate this year please let the parish office soon so they can be recognized on that day. The Sunday school kids will be singing during services this Sunday at St. John's at 8:30 a.m. Sunday school will be held at 9:45 a.m. at St. John's, please note the change of location.