Month: November 2017

A Festive Season, Here on the MNbump – What to do!

Please keep watch (follow!) the MNbump Facebook page for a constant update of events, pictures, specials from our businesses and more!  Link: Check out some of the events around the area: Small Business Saturday! (Facebook Link) December 2nd – Santa Day in Beardsley Time to be determined Beardsley hosted by the Town & Country Gals of Beardsley December 2nd – Santa Day in Ortonville 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. hosted by the Ortonville Downtown Revitalization Committee & Big Stone Lake Area Chamber link to flyer: December 2nd – Sing Noel Sounds of Christmas at The Abbey social hour 5 p.m. and concert 7 p.m. at The Abbey of the Hills (an awesome MNbump neighbor!) Link: December 9th – Santa Day in Clinton Time to be determined Clinton Memorial Building hosted by the Clinton Commercial Club Link to their flyer: December 9th – Clinton American Legion Cash Bingo 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM Cash bingo, door prizes and great lunch Clinton Memorial Building December 10th – Cookies & Crafts (now a monthly event!) 3:00 p.m. …

Ortonville School Veterans’ Day Program 2017

A beautiful program by the Ortonville School! Video 1: Posting of Colors by the VFW Post 3964 and VFW Auxiliary; National Anthem by the OHS Band Directed by Mr.s Chris Petersen; Welcome by Master of Ceremonies: CSM Retired Joseph Eustice; Veterans’ Day Poem “Thought for Today” read by Zoie Converse; Elementary Choir Grades 4, 5, 6 Directed by Mrs. Jennifer Neu “In service of Our Country” & “The Caissons Go Marching” Video 2: Tribute to Veterans of All Wars – Students of the Ortonville School presenting plaques with war totals. Readings read by Jason Helgeson. Video 3: Veterans’ Day Address by HM3 Lois Banken, Persian Gulf War Veteran Video 4: Veterans’ Day Poem “What is a Veteran” read by Trent Eastman Video 5: Flag Folding Ceremony by CSM Joseph Eustice, Ben Eustice and Zack Nelson Video 6: OHS Band “God Belss the USA”, OHS Concert Choir & Elementary Choir “Let Freedom Ring” & “God Bless America”; Closing Remarks by CSM Retired Joseph Eustice; and Retirement of Colors by the VFW Post 3964 and VFW Auxiliary