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A big thank you to all those who participated, planned and watched the MCW Homecoming parade, fun activities, coronation and the football game last week. Congratulations to the home coming court and the Homecoming King, Queen, Prince and Princess. King was Jacob Fiala, Queen was Paige Anderson, Prince was Christian Bachenberg, and Princess was Lauren Borchardt. The MCW Football team won the game too. The Seniors would like to thank all those who came to their fundraiser Chili Feed.

The Sherburn Community chest will not be soliciting donations door to door due to the regulations about Covid so they are asking the area residents to mail in donations to

Sherburn Community Chest, P.O. Box 54, Sherburn, MN 56171 or drop them off at the Bank Midwest in Sherburn. Please donate by the end of September. Donations are distributed to health and educational programs. Thank you.

Condolences to the family of Della Lutterman who died this last week. Her family wishes to thank all those who helped with the fundraiser held earlier this month. She will be missed.

Congratulations to the Amborn Lumber Company for their 50th anniversary of business in Sherburn. They will have a special customer appreciation 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday with a light lunch.

The Old Alley Quilt Shop will have a class to make a nappy bag at 9 a.m. Saturday. It is a pillow with carrying straps 27” x 43″ all in one sleeping sack for $15. The cost covers the instructor, Valerie, and discounts on material. Call the quilt shop at (507) 764-4088 for further information or online at [email protected]

The City of Sherburn will be taking applications for the deputy clerk position at city hall due to the resignation of the current clerk. Get an application and job description at the city hall or online at www.cityofsherburn.com. The deadline date to apply is October 8, 2021.

Memory Café free support group for alzheimers and dementia caregivers and families will meet at 3 p.m. Monday at The Temperance Lake Ridge building.

The Mayo mobile clinic will be in Sherburn 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday behind the city hall. Call (507) 238-8500 to make an appointment at the mobile clinic.

The Regional Worship Center in Sherburn has a Breakfast 8-10 a.m. each Monday. They also have a supper 6 p.m. Wednesday, with a bible study 7 p.m., and King’s Kids activities for children K-6th grade. Cost for meals is a free will donation. For more information contact the church at (507) 764-7491.

Jeff Rose, Sherburn Mayor, died in April and the family would like to have a Celebration of Life 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sherburn with an open house 3-5 p.m. at the Fire Hall. Masks are required at both events. He is missed by many.

The Sherburn Theatre will show Cry Macho again this coming weekend Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. This is a new release starring Clint Eastwood.

The Cup N Saucer restaurant in Sherburn will be changing their offerings and concentrate solely on the Tasting Menu dates. They will expand the tasting menu offerings and may also do private menu tasting times in client’s homes. That would let the client provide only the eating utensils, decorations and tables and a chef would provide everything else. Seth and Elizabeth Lintelman explained that they can not do more tasting menu nights and be open during the day. They may change the last part of October or November.

Watch for announcements. They began the tasting menus in 2013 and it has sky rocketed in demand with people coming to Sherburn from all over the country. They will still be in Sherburn and hopefully even stronger.



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