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Volunteers arrive at 8 a.m. on Thanksgiving to get to work.
“I was born on Dec. 19 and I was brought home in a stocking that the Luverne hospital made — just a few years ago.”
“Just think of the safety of the kids. If the kids were going through that and would cut themselves on a glass jar … (the donations are to be) going for a good cause. I don’t want to stop (the can collection) either.”
Nobles County benefits from the program by receiving back 88% of what is raised from the Red Kettles.

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“Stop by and check it out. We’ll find a way for you to lend a hand for a while if you want to.”
The Adrian graduate returned to area following six-year stint in Texas, South Korea.
This year's show features expanded hours, including Saturdays from now until Christmas.
Dressed as superheroes, movie characters or scary monsters, kids and their families enjoyed a delightful, summer-like evening along Worthington's Smith Avenue.
The Gruis family won first place with their display of a Case-IH tractor.
“From the get-go, it was envisioned as a community building,” said Beth Rickers, Nobles County Historical Society executive director. “I thought it needed to be a big community splash.”

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Walk-ins are welcome, and each donor will receive a gift card from Scooter’s.
Bales may be round or square, and can be decorated with paint or other art materials. No vulgar or suggestive decorations are allowed.
“I really have loved what I’ve discovered both as a community, as well as this church,” he said. “I’m finding that American Lutheran is this very welcoming congregation but has a bubbling of new ideas."

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