Monthly Archives: September 2008

Another “ANAMOOSE” Welcome!

                                            Dennis Hase has joined the residents of Anamoose.  Dennis farms with his father Tim, south of Martin.   He and his fiance, Sarah of Fargo are pictured.  Sarah is still in Fargo working and is looking for a job in the Anamoose … Continue reading

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10 AREA HUNTER RENTAL UNITS RECEIVE ANAMOOSE INFORMATION FOLDERS!

                                 Ten hunter rental units in Anamoose and points near now have a folder that tells visiting hunters what they can find in Anamoose for eating places, churches and times of services , emergency numbers, area businesses, hunting units, regulations, sunrise … Continue reading

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More Volunteerism

Dennis (Pinky) Zimmerman stands in front of the fence that he repaired on Main St.  Barb Helm cleaned out the debris in the alley way.  This is the type of volunteers that we have in Anamoose. 

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Anamoose Area Community Fund

The advisory Committee for the Anamoose Area Community Foundation met last night to talk about the progress on our endowment fund and assess how much further we have to go in order to reach our goal.  We also met the … Continue reading

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Anamoose Park Featured

I forget what a great park we have till I am reminded by an article in the Minot Daily News in which they interviewed Buck Buchholz.  “A World War ll tank has held a place of pride in the Anamoose city … Continue reading

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