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Trent Loos is this year’s keynote speaker at the North
Central Seed Show and Ag Expo Friday, December 5th





















The 71st Annual North Central Seed Show and Ag Expo in Mohall is glad to welcome back Trent Loos as their keynote speaker at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, December 5th at the MLS Mohall Public School.

Trent Loos, nationally renowned radio broadcaster and true agriculture advocate, will be the afternoon presenter for both the Ag and Home & Energy programs following lunch and awards at 1:30 p.m. in the Old Gym. Loos’s presentation is sponsored by Dakota West Credit Union, Dow AgroSciences, DuPont, FMC, Farm Credit Services ND, Farmers Union Oil Company (Mohall and Sherwood), Gooseneck Implement, Green Ag, Hefty Seed, Mohall Fire Department, Mohall American Legion Vets Club, Production Service Agronomy, Renville Elevator Company, Souris River Coop, SunPrairie/CHS Grain, Wilbur Ellis, and the RBAIA.

Loos is a sixth generation United States farmer with a passion for agriculture that started years ago – he had his first pig when he was just 5 years old on the family farm near Quincy, IL. He established his strong rural foundation in farming side-by-side with his father and grandfather. That strong connection between man and his God-given natural resources was the source for all of their farm management decisions. While Trent recalls walking soybeans with his two role models, his real fondness was for the animals. He and his father eventually built a swine seedstock business that supplied top-quality genetics to pork producers nationwide.

When anti-agricultural activists ... (To see this article and more, read this week's edition of the RCF)

Paul Kelly places 5th at
Manufacturers Cup World Finals



For those of you that have heard the loud rumble of a larger than normal motorcycle coming from Paul's Bent Rods Shop located on the west end of Main Street in Mohall, there is more to the noise than just the sound of a motorcycle engine.

Paul Kelly traveled to Georgia the weekend of November 14th to 16th hauling his Top Fuel Harley to participate in the Manufacturers Cup World Finals at the South Georgia Motorsports Park racetrack in Adel, GA. This was Paul’s first time competing at this race track and he qualified 5th going 198 MPH in 6.6 seconds on his Top Fuel Twin Harley.

Duane and Marilyn Moen family
to perform at Zion Lutheran Church
in Mohall on Sunday, December 7th



The Women of the E.L.C.A. at Zion Lutheran Church in Mohall would like to invite you to join them on Sunday, December 7th at 10:00 a.m. for a service of music by the Duane and Marilyn Moen family from Upham, ND.

A brunch will be served after the service.

Holiday events in Mohall this Friday, November 28th
With Thanksgiving being this Thursday, November 27th, that means that Mohall will be holding their traditional after Thanksgiving holiday events on Black Friday, November 28th.

Events will begin at 6:00 p.m. with Santa stopping in at Citizens State Bank at Mohall to visit with the children and have his picture taken with them, and to get thier wish list for Christmas.

The annual Parade of Lights, sponsored by the Mohall Chamber of Commerce, will follow at 7:00 p.m. Anyone wishing to have an entry in the parade should begin lining up in the Farmers Union Oil parking lot at 6:30 p.m. The lighted entries will make their way through Main Street for all to view. Entries will be judged and the winner will receive the traveling trophy.

Following the Parade of Lights, participating businesses will be holding their holiday open houses at the Millennium Hall. This will be a time for businesses to thank their patrons for supporting them throughout the year. Businesses that wish to participate in the open house social should contact Bonnie Locken at Dakota West Credit Union in Mohall as soon as possible.

This year, participating businesses have decided to decorate their 3’ prelit trees and they will be judged by those attending the business social. The businesses have also chosen a special charity or organization to help out this holiday season. Everyone in attendance will be allowed one vote for their favorite decorated charity tree. Prizes will then be presented to the top three ... (To read this article and more, see this week's issue of the Renville County Farmer.)


Hats, caps, mittens, gloves, and scarves needed for Mitten Tree

Your help is needed to fill up the Mitten Tree located at Mohall City Hall with hats, caps, mittens, gloves, and scarves. All of the new items will be donated to the MLS-Mohall School and turned over to the elementary faculty for the students who need them. Deadline for dropping off the items is Monday, December 22nd.

Mohall City Hall business hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Mitten Tree is a project of the Mohall Chamber of Commerce.



























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