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MLS - Mohall Students-Of-The-Month For March 2014














March 2014 Students-of-the-Month are left to right: Isabella Radzwill, Allison Voigt, and Madeline Solemsaas. Not pictured: Dillion Mortensen. Dillion Mortensen, son of Derek and Kassie Mortensen, is a 7th grader, and Isabella Radzwill, a 7th grader and daughter of Mark and Jesse Radzwill, tied for the student of the month from the 7th and 8th grade classes; Allison Voigt, a sophomore, is the daughter of Robby and LoAyne Voigt, and was chosen from the 9th and 10th grade classes; Madeline Solemsaas, a junior, is the daughter of Wendy and Guy Solemsaas, and was selected from the 11th and 12th grades.

Others nominated were: Grace Solemsaas from the 7th and 8th grade classes; Kylie McLain from the 9th and 10th grade classes; and Tasha Hahka and Klesa Christian from the 11th and 12th grades.

During the Mohall Lansford Sherwood School year, faculty members and administration choose one student from each of the following grade levels: Grades 7 and 8, Grades 9 and 10, and Grades 11 and 12, as a Student-of-the-Month. Students who have become the Student-of-the-Month at their respective grade level are not eligible for nomination again until they are in the next grade level.

Bethel Crossed Bows 2014 season
ends with tournament and pizza party



The Bethel Crossed Bows 2014 season ended Friday the 4th of April with a tournament and pizza party. There was a good turnout for the event, with twenty-two young people who took part. The kids always have a great time and look forward to this event each year.

After the tournament, everyone met in the Fellowship Hall for pizza while checking out a picture slideshow of the weekly meets. Awards were handed out along with caps embroidered with the Crossed Bows logo and a scripture reference. Gift certificates were awarded to the first, second, and third place winners of each group.




Twenty-two youth participated in the year end tournament held at Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church on Friday, April 4th.

There was a drawing for a knife that had been made and donated by Jerry Krause of Bottineau. Ken Roed was the lucky recipient of that.

The weekly meets always included a short devotional story along with a prayer before the shooting began. While sharpening their skills at the sport of archery and having fun is certainly an aim of the club, their "bullseye", is that they may reflect and share Christ's love with all who attend.


First, second, and third place winners in each group were presented with gift certificates following the year end tournament.

Appreciation was extended to the coordinators, helpers, parents, and all who took part to make this season a great success.

Minnie (Feland) Nelson
celebrates her 104th birthday



By Elaine Feland

On Friday, March 28th, Minnie Marie Feland Nelson celebrated her 104th birthday. To help her celebrate, many of her friends and relatives gathered to hug her, plant kisses on her cheeks, and visit with this remarkable lady. She will often shake her head and tell you she doesn't know why she is still here. The answer is of course in God's hands. She is a woman of great faith and will hold nothing back in telling you about her love for Jesus and asking you about your relationship with Him.
She didn't have children of her own, but I dare say she has had a great many spiritual children, besides being Taunte to a horde of nieces and nephews, of which I'm happy to say I am one of that group.
Happy birthday dear Minnie, may your joy continue through this coming year, you are much loved.

Mohall Public Library Tea and Scholastic Book Fair ends this Thursday, April 10th














The Mohall Public Library began holding their annual Library Tea and Scholastic Book Fair on Monday, March 31st, and it will continue through this Thursday, April 10th. The Library is open Mondays through Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sarah Jensen is the Librarian.

If you havenít had a chance to stop in for coffee and goodies and to see what they have to offer in children, young adult, and adult books, please do. The Library also has large print books and audio books.

A variety of childrenís books are available to purchase during the Scholastic Book Fair, which will also end on Thursday, April 10th.

A free will offering is being taken during the Library Tea, with funds being used in the childrenís section.































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