Pineandlakes Echo Journal
The Pequot Lakes fifth-grade boys' blue traveling basketball team took first place in the Pillager Tournament this past weekend. The boys were undefeated in the tournament, defeating Pillager, Henning, Aitkin and Upsala. Team members include, back row from left, coach Joel Harmala, Eli Jorgens, Blake Boleman, Evin Ruud, Sam Rysavy and coach Adam Ruud; front row, Ryan Harmala, Jared Anderson, Austin Collins, Dawsin Ackerman and Nic Kotaska. Submitted Photo
Agatha Christie's murder mystery "The Mousetrap" will be presented by Central Lakes College (CLC) Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Feb. 13-14, and Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 19-21, in the Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus. There will also be a matinee showFeb. 14. Christie's story takes place in Monkswell Manor, a small bed and breakfast establishment in the English countryside, owned and operated by a pair of newlyweds.
The Pequot Lakes sixth-grade boys' basketball team placed first in the Crosby Tournament. The team includes, back row, Noah Barth, Trevor Slaybaugh, Hunter Wendt, Carter Sjoblad and Gray Gitchell; front row, Korey Jackson, Jack Benson, Jack Hennies and Ryan Monahan. Not pictured is Christian Tappe. Submitted Photo
We've all heard that the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
The Pequot Lakes High School speech team placed second Saturday, Jan. 31, at the McGregor Firemen's Speech Tournament. Placing for the Patriots were: Allie Miller, first in Creative Expression; Savannah Ellison, third in Discussion; Katie Northenscold, first in Drama; Tyler Flowers and Naarah Neumann, fourth in Duo; William Moe, first in Humor; Jacob Giedd, tied for fifth in Humor; Katie Maschhoff, third in Informative; and Courtney Rock, second in Serious Prose. "We were missing five students for the McGregor tournament, so I was thrilled when we came in second.
Monday, January 26 Jenkins VFW, 11 a.m. Ginny Hersey, 8670; Jan Hauge, 5830; Gary Dawson, 4720. Tuesday, January 27 Whitefish Golf Course, 12:30 p.m. Duplicate: Jim Thompson and Pat Wynthe, 27.5; Jan Hauge and Dale Dickie, 27; Lois Steffen and Guy Emmons, 25; Sue Caquelin and Joyce Roemer, 24.5. Wednesday, January 28 Maucieri's, 11 a.m. Guy Emmons, 8970; Jim Thompson, 7400; Lorraine Northagen, 5120; Dale Dickie, 5110. Thursday, January 29 Whitefish Golf Course 12:30 p.m. Duplicate: Sandy and Bob Crozier 34; Guy Emmons and Bruce Peck, 24.5; Jim Thompson and Ginny Hersey, 24; Jan Hau
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The Pequot Lakes fifth-grade girls' basketball team placed second in the Royalton tournament Saturday, Jan. 31. The team defeated Upsula 22-6 and Browerville 27-9 before going to the championship game where they lost to Royalton in overtime. The team includes, back row from left, coach Ann Flaws, Brittany Joyce, Morgan Eckes, Sonja Palmer, Hannah McMahon and coach Melissa Chaney; front row, Elisa Flaws, Carly Chaney and Sydnie Wgeishofski. Submitted Photo
Edina Realty, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, recently announced that Stephanie Kehoe joined its Baxter sales office. Kehoe is a new resident to Brainerd. She has an extensive background in healthcare and earned her bachelor's degree in healthcare administration.
Pequot Lakes Community Education offers two upcoming classes - Tax-Free Investing and Fun For Fours & Fives Preschool. Pre-registration is required for each class. Contact Pequot Lakes Community Education at 218-568-9200 for more information or to register. • Tax-Free Investing: 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb.