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December 6, 2017

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Smorgasbord Features Lots of Food, Return of Friends

    Danbury United Methodist Church members know how to cook. And cook they did on Saturday as they held their annual smorgasbord. The feast filled Dana Hall with hungry folks who filled their plates with lots of food.
    To the right, UMC ladies Jean Raney (front left) and Charlene Pine and Carolyn Frahm (right) take a break from their work to talk with former Danbury pastor Barb Joy (back left).
    Photo by Lucy Cameron. Thanks, Lucy!

Kid's Shopping Spree Saturday

    Children who would like to do a little shopping, decorate some cookies, and eat hot dogs are encouraged to attend the kid's shopping spree at St. John's United Methodist Church in Mapleton. On Saturday from 10:30 until 12:00, volunteers will help the kids shop for the perfect gifts and even wrap the presents. Hot dogs will be served after the shopping.

BC Bakery Open House

    BC Bakery is holding its annual open house this week from 8:00 until 1:00. Lots of goodies are available to sample. Please join them and place your Christmas orders.

DC Christmas Program December 14

    The Danbury Catholic School students have been rehearsing for their Christmas program which will be held on Thursday, December 14th at 7:00 p.m. at the school.
    Those who would like to see the program but cannot attend in the evening are welcome to attend the dress rehearsal at 10:00 the morning of the 14th.

MVAO, MVAOCOU Christmas Concerts Planned

    The MVAOCOU winter concerts have begun.  Come and enjoy the sounds of the season from the students in PreK-12. 
    The MVAO Mapleton Center K-5 will be Monday, December 11th at 6:30 at the high school gym in Mapleton; the MVAOCOU High School concert will be after the K-5 concert on Monday, December 11th at 7:30 pm.

Learn About Rain Products Sunday

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    Local Rain consultants, including Brooke Kafton from Danbury are hosting a presentation on Rain's seed-based product, Soul. The presentation will be held on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Family Focus Chiropractic in Onawa.
    For more information, check out the ad in this week's Review.

Elementary Kids Chill Out During the Big Chill

    Part of the sights and sounds of the Christmas season are kids dressed up and singing in gymnasiums. Yes, it's concert time!
    The first winter concert was on Monday at the Anthon Center as MVAO Elementary kids performed "The Big Chill (Hoping For a Snow Day)." The concert circuit continued on Tuesday with the middle school concert. The elementary center in Mapleton and the high school are next Tuesday, and Danbury Catholic's is next Thursday.
    Photo by Mrs. Kirchgatter. Thanks, Mona!

Special Advent Service Times


Celebrate The Holidays By Giving To A Family In Need

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (December 5, 2017) –  One hour of your time during this busy holiday season will give the lifesaving gift of more time to hospital patients.
    Giving blood


Random Thoughts

    Someone mentioned to me that she loved it when my Random Thoughts started with painting because, and I am now stating her reason in my interpretation because she didn't outright say this, evidently Lynn has issues picking out paint and then


MVAOCOU Varsity Quiz Bowl Team Brings Home Trophy

By Ann Cox
    On Saturday, November 18, 2017, the MVAO Varsity and JV Quiz Bowl teams headed to Dunlap to compete in the Boyer Valley Invitational Quiz Bowl Tournament.  There were 18 teams vying for


What's Cookin' in the Cooking Club

By Megan Wimmer
    The monthly 4-H Cooking Club meeting was called to order on Saturday November 18, 2017 at 10am in Mapleton. We had 10 members present. The topic was Time to be Thankful. This meeting included making


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