Pineandlakes Echo Journal
JANUARY 17-19 Antique Snowmobile Rendezvous: trail ride at noon Friday, snowmobile show at 10 a.m. Saturday, Trailside Park, Pequot Lakes 18 Central Lakes Community Performing Arts: Mick Sterling and his All-stars present "A Billy Joel State of Mind," 3 & 7:30 p.m. Chalberg Theatre, Central Lakes College, Brainerd 18-20 Back to Hack events, Hackensack 19 Penguin Plunge, 1 p.m., Birch Lake, Hackensack 19 Winter Rendezvous, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Deep Portage Learning Center, Hackensack
The Pequot Lakes Revolution dance team competed in the ROCORI Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 12, where the varsity kick team finished sixth and the varsity jazz team finished ninth, both in a field of 12 teams.
Back to Hack events will run Friday-Sunday, Jan. 18-20, in Hackensack. Medallion hunt clues will be released at 10 a.m. every day starting Thursday, Jan. 17. The Penguin Plunge is at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19. Following is a schedule of events: Friday, Jan. 18: 7 p.m.: Extreme bingo and DJ with prizes at the Birchwood Char House and Bar. Saturday, Jan. 19: 10:45 a.m.: Fun run/walk registration at the Hackensack Visitor's Center. Noon: Senior day recognition. 11 a.m.: Fun run/walk start time at the Lucette statue.
Nonprofits within Region 5 have a new ally in providing services and resources to local communities. Sourcewell recently announced the addition of nonprofit services to its partners in Cass, Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd and Wadena counties. The expansion of services and opportunities was in response to the growing needs and challenges facing nonprofits, according to Sourcewell nonprofit member specialist Tammy Filippi.
The 25th annual Antique Snowmobile Rendezvous begins Thursday, Jan. 17, in Pequot Lakes. The three-day event begins with "Shop Night" at 6 p.m. at the home of Dave and Barb Guenther. Those attending this "good old Minnesota potluck" are encouraged to bring an item to share. At noon Friday, Jan. 18, the event resumes with an antique and vintage trail ride - newer sleds are welcome as well - to Timberjack Smokehouse, followed by a campfire cookout on the trail north of Pequot Lakes.
60 years ago, Jan. 16, 1959 (Headline) Good Samaritan Home to open Monday morning Pine River Journal and WCCO radio today started hunting for the champion ice fishermen in the Northwest. 50 years ago, Jan. 17, 1969 (Headline) First Lutheran moves to new church Sunday, January 19 (Headline) Teachers request $100,000 raise 25 years ago, Jan. 20, 1994 (Headline) Mayor Anderson gone, Councilman Fladung returns
The Pequot Lakes speech team got its season underway Saturday, Jan. 12, by finishing fourth out of 18 teams at its own Pequot Lakes Early Bird Tournament. A total of 285 students were entered. The team from St. Cloud Tech captured first place followed by the teams from East Grand Forks and Staples.
Emily Brunkhorts's goal at 1:43 Saturday tied the game at 1-1, but Moorhead scored unanswered goals in both the second and third periods to defeat Northern Lakes 3-1 on Saturday, Jan. 12 at the North Dale Recreation Center. The Lightning outshot the Spuds 30-13, but were outdueled by Spuds goalie Paige Schmidt, who recorded 29 saves. Moorhead 1 1 1—3 Northern Lakes 1 0 0—1 First period: M-Emily Meyer (Bria Holm, Grace Greene) ppg 1:43; NL-Emily Brunkhorst (Elli Saxerud) 2:12 Second period: M-Holm 4:00 Third period: M-Holm 15:21
The Miss Pine River Scholarship Pageant invites candidates to register for this year's pageant scheduled for Saturday, April 13, at Pine River Backus Schools. Eligible candidates are juniors and seniors who live in the Pine River-Backus School District. Miss Pine River will receive a $1,000 scholarship to a school of higher learning upon completion of one full semester. First and second princesses and Miss Congeniality will also receive monetary prizes. Contact Barb Klocke, pageant chair, for more information or to register. She can be reached evenings at 218-587-4852.
Roseau 80, Pequot Lakes 57 PEQUOT LAKES—Pequot Lake's Olivia Lane tallied 31 points for the Patriots as they fell 80-57 to the Roseau Rams Friday, Jan. 11. Erika Lane added 17 points for the Patriots in the non-conference game. Roseau 45 35—80 Pequot Lakes 35 22—57 ROSEAU Emma Boris, Kacie Borowicz 35, Julia Braaten 5, Faith Berger, Hanna Mooney 2, Morgan Boroos 3, Katie Borowicz 23, Kayla Bachleitner, Emma Waling 8, Shavonda Bender 2, Masynn Janicke 2. PEQUOT LAKES