The Anamoose Fire Dept. held a chili feed Saturday evening, February 16, 2019 to announce the winners of their $30/ticket raffle. They also had smaller prizes that were raffled off that evening. The proceeds will be used for new grass fire equipment.
The following were winners:
- Ice Castle-Donna Wolf-Fargo
- Honda Pioneer-Kathy Vetsch-Anamoose
- Gun Safe-Allen Zuther-Martin
- Traeger Grill-Frank Sieg-Anamoose
- Gun Choice-Derrick Martin-Lincoln
- 55″ TV-Taylor Harmel-Rugby
- FLX 28 Vexilar-Glen Mayer-Anamoose
- Dewalt Tool SEt-Logan Haberstroh-Mott
- Ion Auger-Brad Fletschock-Anamoose
- Otter Hub Ice House-Jason Peterson-Epping
- $200 Cash-Jason Schultz-Towner
- $200 Cash- Nathan Martin-Anamoose
- $200 Cash- Stan Anderson-Granville
- $200 Cash-Nathan Martin-Anamoose
- $200 Cash- Greg Vallard-Minot
- $100 Cash-Darin Aaseth-Velva
- $100 Cash- Tammy Doubek-Anamoose
- $100Cash-Tyler Johnson-Bismarck
- $100 Cash-James Paulus-Denhoff
- $100 Cash-Randy McMahon-Seltz
- $100 Cash-Justin Heil-Harvey
- $$100 Cash-Dave Reisenauer-Cole Harbor
- $100-Jeremy Feist-Harvey
- $100-Denise Thompson-Lisbon
- $100-Rick Trudel-Glyndon, MN
Norma Martin, president AACF, receiving check from Dave Voeller, Ottertail Power Co.
- Ottertail Power Co.
- Terpening Construction, Maddock
- Nelson Funeral Home, Fessenden-Drake
- HAVIT Services, Harvey
- NDTC, Devils Lake
- Doc’s Lodge, Anamoose
- First State Bank of Harvey, Anamoose,-Harvey
- United Community Bank, Drake
- Warehouse Grocery, Harvey
- Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey
- Sheridan County Animal Hospital, Harvey
The Anamoose Area Community Foundation would like to thank the above mentioned businesses for not only serving the needs of our community, but also for donating to the AACF endowment fund. Many thanks also to the individual donors that contributed to the fund.
These donations help make it possible for us to grant funds for our area Fire Dept., The Anamoose Park for equipment, the Tri-County Meal program for seniors, our Early Explorers HeadStart Raiders Daycare programs, local Anamoose 8-plex apartment building and grounds, as well as general city beautification with the restoration of old buildings and city sidewalks.
2018 marked our anniversary and in the past 10 years we have awarded more than $58,000 in grants.
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Soon Anamoose will have a small engine repair shop -JT Power Sports. Jesse Turner recently moved to Anamoose and is working on the concrete work in an existing building for his shop. He will also be putting up a fence.
Some of the small engines he will work on are lawn mowers, snowblowers, ATV’s, Side by Sides, motorcycles, etc.
Jesse moved from Michigan to North Dakota in 2011. He worked construction to help Minot recover after the flood. Drake has been his home for 5 years where he worked for Dakota Agronomy filling anhydrous tanks in the spring.
The Anamoose City Council gave Jesse a variance and zoned his property for general commercial. Jesse received funding from the Revolving Loan Fund.
Jesse’s telephone number is 701-721-1566. His address is 408 1st St. E. His house is just east of the park.
The Anamoose Area Community Foundation celebrated their 10th anniversary by holding a free breakfast at the Anamoose Senior Center on Sunday, October 7.
Four grants were given out:
Lori Berndt, Early Explorers, receives grant from Joe Weninger
Mike Rudnick accepts grant from Joe Weninger for Anamoose Fire Protection District
Cindy Heintz from Rugby accepts grant for Tri-County Senior Meals and Services
Linda Dusek accepts grant for Anamoose Senior Housing
- Early Explorers-$1,532 for class room supplies for Head Start
- Anamoose Fire Protection District-$2000 for a new truck
- Tri-County Senior Meals-$1500 for senior meals in the Anamoose area.
- Anamoose Senior Housing-$3100 for repair sidewalks and parking.
$58,000 has been given out in 43 grants since organized in 2008.
Joe Weninger, Rose Weninger, Phyllis Peiler, & Norma Martin, AACF members