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‘Weird’ program planned

TRUMAN — If you are a student in grades K-5 and want to be a part of “Kids in the Kitchen with Hy-Vee Friends” to be held 3:15-4:15 p.m. Nov. 14, please pre-register by today.

Children will learn skills in the kitchen and get comfortable making snacks and finding their own way around the kitchen.

The program costs $7. Please register by calling Courtney at (507) 327-6917 or Chelsey at (507) 776-2111.

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Children, grades kindergarten and up, can create their own “thankful tree” to take home. To be a part of this Thank-full-Grateful-Blessed class, please pre-register by today.

The class for 10 participants will be held 4:15-5-15 p.m. next Tuesday. The cost is $5.

What a great reminder of how blessed we truly are.

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Truman Museum is scheduling a veterans coffee for 1-4 p.m. Friday. Coffee and goodies will be served to honor the veterans in the area who served our country. All veterans, families and friends are invited.

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Monday is Veterans Day. We salute their bravery and appreciate the sacrifices they made for our county and protecting the freedom we enjoy.

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A free movie night celebrating Veterans Day will be held 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Truman Schools auditorium.

The World War I story of Stubby, our first army canine, is an animal film. All ages are invited to enjoy this movie sponsored by the Lewisville American Legion Auxiliary.

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If you want to see your favorite Disney stories come to life when Disney on Ice presents “Worlds of Enchantment” on Dec. 6 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, you need to register with payment by Monday.

Tickets are $25 for 2 years and up. Seats are on the lower level rows 13-16.

Please indicate if you will drive on your own or ride the bus. Bus will load and leave at 3:30 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis.

Payment and registration are due to Truman High School office at 401 E. First St. South, Truman, MN 56088, or to Jennie Bowers before Monday.

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Truman Active Living meets 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Truman Museum. All interested persons are invited to attend.

They welcome your input. If you have any ideas or suggestions and are unable to attend, contact Pat Jones at (507) 236-4433.

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After-school homework help is available to all students in grades K-12 from 3-4 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in the activities room and media center. This program is run by wonderful volunteers. This is a free service, and you do not need to register ahead of time.

For more information, please call the Truman School office at (507) 776-2111.

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“Minnesota Weird” for students in grades 2-6 is coming to the Truman School Learning Center on Nov. 19.

Payment and registration are due to Community Ed by Nov. 15. To register, contact Courtney at (507) 327-6917 or studerc@truman.k12. mn.us or Chelsey at (507) 776-2111 or armbrustc@truman.k12.mn.us. The cost is $5 to learn about weird things happening in Minnesota.

Discover poisonous mammals, the enemy of a skunk and even a creature that eats human sweat.

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