The Danbury Review Wednesday,
October 18, 2017

Submit Pictures


St. Mary's Holds Annual Extreme Pie Making Party

St. Mary's parishioners peel and slice the apples
which await their final destination - a pie crust.
Photo by Carol Weber. Thanks, Carol!
    Cookie making parties are held by families each year around Christmas. The parishioners at St. Mary's in Danbury hold an extreme pie making party every October. Saturday was the day of extreme pies.
    While the annual take & bake Dutch Apple Pie sale was held on Saturday, it actually started on Thursday, September 7th when a group of ladies met in the Catholic school kitchen and made 441 packages of crusts (2 per package). Ads appeared in the newspapers the following week and sales began. On Monday night, October 9th, the Rosary Society ladies folded approximately 1000 boxes during their monthly meeting.
    All stations of the assembly line were set up in anticipation. The doors opened at 4:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, and the apple peeling began. By 7:30 a.m. the first pie was bagged and boxed, and the final one was done by 1:00 p.m. A mass cleanup operation ensued. Nearly everyone was out the door by 2:30 p.m. Final count was 862 pies and 450 packages of crusts.
    There are some extra pies and packages of crusts. If you are interested in purchasing, please give Carol Weber a call at 712-880-5000.
    If you could not pick up your pie on Saturday, please stop by the Catholic school by Friday, October 20th before 4:00 p.m. If you can't make it during the day, give Carol Weber a call at 712-880-5000 and she will meet you at 7:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m.


Danbury Blood Drive October 25th

    Give back to hospital patients in your community by giving blood at a LifeServe blood drive this month!
    •Anthon Community Blood Drive, Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM at Heritage Bank.
    •Danbury Community Blood Drive, Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM at Danbury Fire Station.

Clausen Benefit Sunday

    A fundraiser benefit will be held for Janelle Clausen on Sunday, October 22nd at Danbury Catholic School.  A pork loin sandwich meal will be served beginning at noon followed by a bake sale, live auction, and music provided by JK Country Band.  All donations will benefit Janelle and her ongoing medical expenses from her recent heart and liver transplant surgery.

Firemen Visit DC

    Last week was Fire Prevention Week, and as is tradition, members of the Danbury Fire Department paid a visit to Danbury Catholic School. Class by class, the kids visited with the firefighters and checked out equipment. Before ending their visit, the kids participated in a relay race. The kids were challenged to put on a firemen's coat and, for the older grades, a hat and to carry an air tank. They then raced to a firefighter and back to the line where the next student did the same thing.
    To the left, Mandy Shea checks out the weight of an air tank while firefighter Brody Kafton helps out.


Duct Tape is so Awesome It Has Its Own Song

    Need something to stick together? Need to cover a leak? Want to make something cool? Duct tape is the answer! Nearly everyone knows the awesomeness of duct tape, and those who were at the middle school concert on Monday were reminded through song. The seventh and eighth grade choir sang of the tape's excellence during the concert.
    More pictures from the concert can be found inside this Review.



Matter of Balance Class Gives Seniors Helps With Safety

    Participants from the Battle Creek area attended the Matter of Balance classes offered through Horn Memorial Public Health. Matter of Balance is a popular, well-attended program that works with older

Read More...

LIHEAP Applications Available to Help Pay Heating Bills

    DES MOINES, Iowa – (Oct. 16, 2017) – As winter approaches, MidAmerican Energy Company is reminding customers that applications for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) are

Read More...

Mapleton Starspinners 4-H Minutes

    The Mapleton Starspinners meeting was called to order by President Katherine Pautsch at St. Mary's Church on October 7, 2017. Our meeting was started with a working exhibit called "Bag It" by Katherine and Anna Pautsch. 

Read More...

Iowa Crops and Weather Report

    DES MOINES – The Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report has been released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service.  The report is released weekly from April through October.
   

Read More...

Iowa Preliminary Weather Summary

By Harry Hillaker, State Climatologist, Iowa Department of Agriculture & Land Stewardship

    It was another wet week across most of Iowa with highly variable temperatures. There were two statewide rain events with both bringing

Read More...

Northey Encourages Iowa Ag Leaders To Consider Applying For The Nuffield International Scholarship

    DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today encouraged Iowa farmers and agribusiness professionals to consider applying for a Nuffield

Read More...

MAPLE VALLEY-ANTHON OTO COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Monday, October 9, 2017 7:00 PM
Middle School Library, Anthon, IA
 Present: Wimmer, Flanigan, Kennedy, Clausen and Mead

Read More...

Meet the MVAO School Board

Read More...

CITY OF DANBURY REGULAR SESSION OCTOBER 10, 2017 OFFICIAL/PUBLISHED MINUTES

    The Danbury City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, October 10, at 7:00 PM in council chambers with Mayor David Colbert presiding (start time 7:00pm). Council present: Mike

Read More...

No More Bump Ahead

Read More...

1,000 Books - DONE

    Daniel Masters, son of Scott and Denise Masters of Mapleton finished 1,000 books in the library's 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program at the Fisher-Whiting Library in Mapleton. Daniel received a book bag, picture book, colors, pencils

Read More...

Danbury Review Online

No account yet? Subscribers to the print edition of The Danbury Review are automatically eligible for a free account. Register and your account will be activated as soon as your information is verified.

If you are not already a subscriber, you may subscribe to the online edition for $10 per year. If you wish to subscribe to the print edition and the online edition, the fee is $18 per year for Woodbury, Monona, Ida, and Crawford counties, and $24 per year for the rest of the United States. Payment can be sent to the following address:

 The Danbury Review
 PO Box 207
 Danbury, IA 51019

Register for your account online and we will activate it as soon as payment is received.


All content Copyright Danbury Preview, Inc. 2017 ©