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3A JEWELL COCINTY RECORD ThurSday. Apdr 12. 2018 Jr. Clio Club met in the Iol~y of 1he Jewell COunly Hospital. Friday. April 2. tor the montl~" meeting Bonnm Newetl, member of Jr. Clio Club and resident of the facility ioir'-,ed o~'her members for supper and the meeting. Members who w~re in attendaume were (stand~ng. from left) Davine Hughes. Karen F~ggins. Judy Bing~ham, Tracy Walker, Shame Br;nkworlh, (seated) Bonnie Newell, Susan Abel. Picture proviOed by Nadine Smittt was is also a rnember of the team, he, heran Women horn S /ng Fang in Ben ningttm. Friday. Saturday andSunday found l~an and Leta Fist in Sioux Falts. S,D at the I~any SanfoM Premier Center wamching three days oftke PB R. They and their friends fmmCalifomia, Minne~ta. Nebraska. Noah Dakota and town. aM had a g~at time getting together and visiting. galnsday late afternoon. Erma Dillon joined ,he Walton Willitts and Jeff Slice families, helping .~eff cel- ebrate his birthday. The evening meal was prepared by Jessie Willitts and ~rved at the home of Walter Willilts, because of more space at their boU~. Following the meal and a time of vis- iting most of the group went lO Mankato to watch the movie. "'[ Can Only Imag- ine.'" a movie ~scll wem, h watching. Following the Sunday morning wor- ship service at Nonhbranch Friends a carry in dinner and fellowship was held, V isitor~ in the service and for lunch were l--Ioy~ and Karen Rothfuss of Superior and Bryceand SheaJeffery, newcom ~ to ~mr n ighbo~xgL Th~ qua~edy business meeting followed. Top school districts in Kansas announced Friendship Meals April 16-20 Monday - mcatloaf, liked potato., eookie~ Tuesday ~ chef salad,cranberry rasp bent salad, fruit, muffin. Wednesday -sluffed bell pep~rs, beets, oraages, pineapple, coogie. Thursday - babM turkey, mashed polamcs, gravy, broccoli, cake, slraw- berries. Friday - chili, cole slaw. cinnamon roll. Letters to the Editor Fxliton Tbis is a special invitation to join Doug Meginney. Ninth Central R - hiona[ P|anning commissionen Allan ilbmdt of GMCN Architects and Planners; USD 107 board members: area business and industry ~cprescnta- tires: and Jew~ll County patrons to a strategic doing meeting as we begin to discuss the dream exp~ssed for a :21 st Century teaming space following a ~cent board of education meeting. There are many people with nung.mus ideas on this, and we warn more ~dca s ! As you may know, we have struggled for years m provide spaces to best ~ppon 21 s~ Cemury curricular, co- cumcular and extracun'icular oppo,r- lu~ilies a[ a mid 20th Cemury high ~hool campus, and we're dreaming big about changing thai! We know any renovations or new I~ilding projecLs will impacLeveryone in ~me way. Whether you relocate to a new space, a reconfigumd existing spaceor remain inan unchanged space, technology infrast~cture, buildin~ culture, new or differem u ~s of exist- ing slice, supervision ofexisling and new space, site location for new con- 3traction, new neighbors, new type-s of equipraent and furniture, rr~inlet'tanoe areJ cleaning, etc, impact everyone. We want ymt to have a voice, share your vision, ylYat queslions, your curt- oems ~t this po4emial transforma- tion of Rock Hills USD 107. Please consider taking part in this meeting, which will be hem at 7 p.m. on Monday at t~e RHJSHS Lhtle Theatre, We look forward toyou being involved in the concepttml stages on ~his polential pmjecl*. Nadine Smith, superintendent, Rock Hilts USD 107 I Forn10so r, imb y Fta-mo.~o Community Church held their monthly community breakfa~ Sunday. Breakfast c0 ~,~x'des and his- coils were the main courm but the homemade doughnuts were definitely the favorim! ~ morning ~rvice was A man b~, a fLeld a~v.l b) thai Ireful:- lion own~ the land obTains the physical proof and publ.c ~:dctg ~>1 [hat tranmiction by sJ@n=ng file deed to the land, In a s, mllar v,a~, b) he, ng baptized a believer is taking part in a physkal proof and public evidence ~f his faith in Christ's sacrifice and his repe ntanee of his sins. The service was closed with tim partaking of Commew ion and the hymn, "Trust arm Obey,'" Garden Club The Mankato Garden Club met A~il 3 at Pine Haven with a morning branch healed by Sharon Brinkworth and Jennie B~air. Present were 14 members includ- ing new member, Gaff Haven. The meeting w&s called to order by Madene Brown, president. The pledge of alle- giance was repeated followed by the club aim. Nonna Fiehter reponed a ~mnt update that five mum flower ix~ts will be put out this spring. Them was d isc~assi~e of mum flowef pots aL c~her h usine.s,~'r~ The next m qing is schtd~tled for May with a I~ncheon at Superior Win- ery and a visit to the P~lal Patch near Hardy. Burr Oak Weather Larry GUlett, NOAA I)aily High and Low Temperatures April I 4"/ 22 April 2 28 20 A~ 3 ~2 23 April 4 40 L2 April 5 57 i3 April 6 6,3 25 April ? 32 10 A~l g 4o l0 Apr~l 9 57 30 April [0 44 19 sprtag is a good time to ramp up physical activity By Ashley Svaty, Reck Extension District Spnng is in the air! Which means it's lime forspong cleaning but no(the c~atting you'~e thinking about. I'm ~ltking about cleaning up your physi- cal activity routine to bo;om more active each day to red~ce your risk of chronicdi.~a.~ and improve your quab ity of life! The key to getting the mo~t on1 of physical activity is to make it fun. I encourage you to move mum and sit tess every chance you gel recommends these tips to reach at least I ~0 minutes of moderate to vigot,~as physical ac- tivity a week. Let's get moving and sc, ak up as much spring ~ catber while it lasts. 1"be Alliance for a 14eahhicr Gee- Tr'IUT'~O"~- AI~r' '2 2918 "1 2 lit. ]l' I THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3B The 20t8 Confirmation Class oll Ihe Tdnity United Melhodist Church. Jewefl. was pt~ented durir~ the Sunday worship gunfire, Each member of the group received ~e rite of confirmation during Ihe service, They also received a Bible, Members of the (;lass ate (born Ie~t) Matlhew Rice, Ashlyn KnigM, Lunclyrt Knight. Ashlyn Loomis, At;2~ !~hleifer, and David Clean/. Asl'dyn Knight. Lundyn Knight and Abby Sd'deifer were elso b,~ed during the servk;e. Co~y Cleary was Ill and unable to at'Lend. Photo oaurteSy of Amy Rice. calendar just like any other appoint- rnent and make trowing a priority. If you are just starting to become active build up slowly. This will help 10 prevenl injury. F~w begin~cs who would like to start a wMking ~Xmlin a good plate to sin is five minute~. Once you have walked ~ve minutes analyze ~ow you feel and if your body can handle more. Once yon are com- fortable, maybe after a week or two. increase how often and how l,~ng you ane active. You can do this by turning a brisk walk into ajo~, swimming or biking faster or increasing theduration of your favorilc acti'v tries a.s you:'hxly grows stronger Remember Io always begin and end your workout with a warm up and cool down. Spread activities o',~r the week and do them at leas1 5 |o 10 minutcs at a time. Add variety to prevent bum out and get active whenever you cam You can get active while cleaning, playing with children, gardening, yardwork, etc.T@e the stairs instead of the eleva- tor, walk to a ~worker's desk instead of rending that e-mail, or park further away from your dt~linmion and walk. Every little bit of aetivi[y adds up and doing ~mething is butler Ihan doing nothing Do strengthening activities am least Iwicc a week. Activities that build st~nglh include lifUng w ights. ~oing Decreasing the amount oftin'~ you are silling in front of a g.Teen can imp~,ve your g'alth[ Chances are if yt~'~ mS sitting using a device that you're out and about being active. In- lcnlionaily cut your .screen time and stthstltt,tc that for one of your hvorilc physical activities and you won't re. grct itT A*.'t i vhies w it h friends or fa mily are mr)re e nj oyable Ihan doing them alone. Join a walking group, attend I[]lne~s classes at a gym or play with the kid~ oul~ide Build a supl~ network your buddies will encourage yo~ m keep being at'tire. Cattle on feed up 3 percent from last year The Natiomtl Agricultural Statis- tics Service has r lea-~d the following in format ion for 111 month of February. Fed cattle marketings totaled 380,ODO head. up from three percent from last year. Place merits during Feb- mary totaled 420.00D head, up l I per- cent from 2017. Other disap~ara0~e during February tolaled IO.(XX) I~,ad, u nchangcd from last year. K an~s f ed- lois wilh cap,witie, of 1,(XX) tar more head containcd 2. 33 million cattle on feed March I. up-,~ pcrvem from la,d >ear. The game is "no aweat' for this new pro athlete Arlrc~o Bo)d ~on Ihe Ixmor of bec'onting the NBA's rlrsl draft pk'k at a coml~lition held in New York re- cently. But. pointcx:l on1 th~ As ~ia- litm of Mature American Citizens, he won't need lo exer~ him~lf on the basketball court, although he will ~.~,'d mental stamina. Boyd W,~/, .'q,~'IL%'ted for the NBA 2K League, the first professional C-Sl~,rt~ basketball leagu~ in 11'1 I 1.S. B~,~tl'~ online handle is Dimc~. ~ hails from C~ velan~ argl the .~dentary cagL'lr is a whiz kid on a computer. By his o~n admission, Dimez plays video gamc.~ every day. all day. and is a #cnom,m a virtual court, "] Benefit for Max Sterling Saturday, April 14 ~Meal Served 5 - 7:30 p.m. . Mankato Ciy Budding 217 S High St Mankato. Kan. Free w#/ donut:on /o he/p w#h , 20+ Hile Bike Ride 13.1 Hile Run/Walk/Bike 6.2 Mile Run/Walk/Bike Everyone/s inv/ted to jo/n in the d/scussion