Monthly Archives: December 2013

“The Twelve Days of Christmas”

The last couple of mornings Janice Buchholz & I walked at the school gym.  It was too darned cold outside with way below O temps. Thursday morning we discovered the kitchen all wrapped up.  Carol Martin, custodian, as part of her … Continue reading

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MEET DAVID AND PAT GREEN, NEW RESIDENTS IN ANAMOOSE

Alyce and I met the Greens today, 12/19/13.  They moved here from Michigan.  David & Pat have a son in town along with his wife  and children, the main reason for the move to Anamoose.  They raised 3 children and … Continue reading

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Santa Day

Christmas is coming!  Last Sunday was the Christmas Home Tour, & today was Santa Claus Day at the VFW.  Starting at 2pm the SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) were helping the young kids with games & face painting, while some … Continue reading

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MORE FAMILIES WELCOMED ON 12/13/13

We met with the Jon & Amber Street family on Friday.  Their boys are Cody (12), Hunter (13), Jerad (15) and adopted son Trevor (15).  They come to us from Oklahoma.  Jon works for Fed-X  in Minot and Amber works … Continue reading

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MEET FIVE NEW FAMILIES IN ANAMOOSE

Alyce and I are out meeting new residents in our community again and what fun we have had.  It is especially fun during the holidays as we get to see decorated homes and eager children and parents. Our first visit … Continue reading

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New Look for the Anamoose Web Site

The Anamoose Civic Club just had the Anamoose web site updated.  When you open http://www.anamoose.com you first see rotating pictures of businesses, homes, the fire hall, park & school.  From there you go to the page that Welcomes you to … Continue reading

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Wow, It’s Cold!

Even us hearty North Dakotans have to admit that the last few days have been bummers.  We are talking temps 15-20 below zero, with a wind chill of 30-40 below. But in spite of the cold there was a warm reception … Continue reading

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