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Joining the Luv1LuvAll community organization in a fundraiser for the group is the Luverne High School student council. Holding samples of the sugar cookies for sale in the community at the Luverne Area Chamber and at the school beginning next week are (from left) Parker Carbonneau, Griffen Jarchow, Anja Jarchow and Luke Thorson.
A heartfelt gift is available for Valentine’s Day through a community organization focused on ending poverty in the Luverne area. Luv1LuvAll is offering a heart-shaped, decorated sugar cookie for $5. The Valentine’s Day offering replaces the poinsettia sales the group conducted during the Christmas...
Luverne history teacher Canaan Petersen won the Security Savings Bank Best Beard Contest last week after he raised the most money and collected the most toiletry items in the contest with his colleagues. The beard fundraiser included 11 bearded staff members and concluded with a total of $636.36...
Pictured are (from left) Luverne girls’ basketball head coach TJ Newgard, Adam Gaerets (LBA president), Johnna Ahrendt (Dollars for Scholars), Tony and Wendy Gacke, Ryan DeBates (LBA Treasurer), Carrie Overgaard (LBA) and John Sichmeller (head boys’ basketball coach).
The Luverne Basketball Association hosted a "Teal-out" night Dec. 7 when the Cardinals hosted the Jackson County Central Huskies in a girls’/boys’ doubleheader. The evening raised awareness for mental health and suicide prevention while also supporting a local scholarship. T-shirt sales, a pulled...
The Max Your Community 11-day fund drive kicked off Tuesday, Oct. 5, when Luverne Area Community Foundation director Emily Crabtree hosted morning coffee and after-5 cocktails to share information about the campaign. The groups met at Lincoln Street Warehouse, which Crabtree’s father, John Bowron, renovated for his collector car restoration hobby and rental space business. He bought the building from Big Top Tents and Events, which moved to the former Bomgaars building on West Hatting Street. Before that, G
The Luverne Area Community Foundation is launching a fundraising campaign Nov. 1 through Nov. 11 called “Max Your Community.” The effort picks up where Luverne’s legendary Red Arrow program left off in 2019 when it dissolved after 55 years of collaborative local philanthropy. Red Arrow was launched...
Kindergartners in Monica Edstrom’s and Jessica Van Batavia’s classrooms race off the starting line May 5 during the annual running of the Cardinal Dash, a fun run fundraiser organized annually by Parent Partners In Education. The students complete a half-mile or a two-mile run, depending on grade level.
This year’s annual Cardinal Dash fundraiser at Luverne Elementary School yielded $16,180 for the school’s Parent Partners in Education (PPIE) group. The amount topped the group’s $13,000 goal. The event returned this year (after last year’s cancellation) under coronavirus guidelines. Instead of...
Kindergarten through fifth-grade students at Hills-Beaver Creek Elementary School raised nearly $6,000 in a fundraiser organized by the Parent-Teacher Association. The walk-a-thon accepted pledges from March 30 through April 8, and students completed the walk-a-thon on April 9. This is the second...
Dozens enjoy the Reformed Church of Steen’s Sunday school carnival Aug. 12 in the church’s parking lot. Activities included games, an evening meal and a car show. The event is a fundraiser for the church’s Sunday school programming.
Organizers for the Reformed Church of Steen Sunday school carnival went back to their roots Aug. 12 for the annual fundraiser. “We’re doing the old school carnival events,” said Pastor Jeremy Wiersema. While the fishing booth, football and basketball tosses have been part of the activities for the...
“It’s like God’s carrying you in this picture! Your feet aren’t even on the ground,” commented Peter Janiszeski’s cousin Stacey Belker Rubertus. Saturday morning Janiszeski ran the “Luverne Marathon” by himself to honor of three area families who lost loved ones in the past year.
Small groups of people gathered along Peter Janiszeski’s running route Saturday as he substituted the Boston Marathon with his own 26.2-mile Luverne Marathon. Friends, co-workers and community members cheered Janiszeski as he ran along Dodge Street, Blue Mound Avenue, 131st Street and Highway 75....
Luverne Native Charlotte (Green) Dammer, now lives in Rushmore, where the community booster club hosts puzzle tournaments fundraisers. "Puzzle Tournaments are a thing," said Dammer, who was fixing a puzzle with her granddaughter, Kiley Dammer, in Luverne Saturday. "They've been really popular in the Cities."
The dining room tables at Generations in Luverne were covered with brightly colored puzzle pieces Saturday for the Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament that involved 19 teams. Thirteen-year-old Mazzi Moore and her mom, Lexi, of Hills took first place in the 300-piece division of the afternoon session. They had...
Hills-Beaver Creek Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization’s first Walk-a-thon raised more than $6,300 for various education activities. The kindergarten through fifth-grade students walked 346,698 steps around the elementary gymnasium on Feb. 21. Students collected pledges from Feb. 12-20 and...

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