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Notes for the Week - November 9th

Three Menomonie High School athletes have been honored in Volume One's Chippewa Valley Athletic Endeavors. Find out more HERE.

Read the Dunn County Senior Hi-Lites from the Dunn County ADRC.

Volume One shared a story about Cairn House, the new homeless shelter opening this month. Read it HERE.

The Menomonie Public Library's November Newsletter is out, and you can read it HERE.

A new boutique called Lil Bit of Everything opened in downtown Menomonie about a week ago. According to their Facebook page they have some new clothing, gently used clothing for all sizes and genders as well as accessories. Prices are affordable. They are located at 305 Main Street East; hours are Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 10am-2pm.

The Winter Daze Parade is coming up on December 7th. If you want to have a float in the parade, follow this LINK to complete a registration form.

Another local story from Volume One about Jerry Cockeram, the owner of Harry's Shoe Repair (Harry was his dad). Read it HERE.

I missed posting this event, but Mick Sterling is at the Mabel Tainter next Wednesday, November 15th for An Elvis Gospel Christmas. This event was supposed to take place last year but was postponed due to the weather. Tickets are $27 and a few are left. You can order HERE.

WEAU was at the Menomonie Senior Center this week talking about the Dementia Adult Day Program. You can watch it HERE.

The Menomonie Singers were featured on WEAU this week. Watch the video HERE.

Lakeview Floral and Gift has a survey out about potential classes. If you are on Facebook, you can find the survey HERE.

25 years ago...

This referendum did pass.

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