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Renville County Farmer
P.O.Box 98
Mohall


 ND Public Notices
 Mohall City
 Sherwood City
 Lansford City
 Mohall Lansford Sherwood School District
 Glenburn School District
 Renville County

23 seniors will graduate from MLS High School on May 29th















On April 11, 1915, the first Lutheran service of the Missouri Synod was conducted in Tolley by Rev. William Hartman, a traveling missionary. In September 1915, a “call” was made for a resident pastor and on September 19, 1915, Rev. Fischer preached his first sermon.

In the fall of 1916 on October 22, a group of Lutheran families met to organize Trinity congregation. On November 5, 1916, the original constitution was presented and adopted.

During the first years, services were conducted in the Augustana Lutheran Church of Tolley. In January 1928, a building committee was appointed and the present building was dedicated on November 11, 1928.

A self-study program was done in 1964 and it was decided that Tolley and Flaxton should become a joint parish. Due to declining membership, the joint parish was dissolved in 2014. In January 2016, Trinity became a joint parish with Our Savior Lutheran Church of Minot and they are currently served by Rev. Paul Krueger, senior pastor of Our Savior.

By the grace of God, Trinity Lutheran Church has enjoyed the blessings of God for 100 years.

On June 26, 2016, a Day of Celebration will be held with a 4:00 p.m. service conducted by former pastors, Reverend Joel Brandvold and Reverend Lester Wolfgram. Following the service a meal will be provided. Everyone and anyone, including members, former members, families, and friends are invited to join in the celebration. Please come and join them for this joyous occasion.




Northstar CritiCair holds ambulance aircraft training













At the April training for the Mohall Ambulance Service, with Tolley Ambulance, Lansford Ambulance, and Sherwood Ambulance Substations, the Northstar CritiCair fixed wing airplane flew into the Mohall Airport. Members of the ambulance services received valuable training on assisting the flight crews with the loading and off loading of patients into the airplane.

Even though the Northstar CritiCair helicopter was not able to come up that evening, ambulance members received training on landing procedures for the helicopter for both daytime and nighttime flights. With the flight crew of paramedics here, they also provided refresher training for the ambulance members on the use of their CPAP machines.



Fundraiser held for Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation










Submitted by: Kristy Titus

The Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation held a “Ladies Night Out” Fundraiser on Saturday, April 9th. There was food, door prizes, silent auction, music, dancing, and a purse exchange. 82 women attended the event. The evening was filled with much laughter, and I believe everyone had a great time. The event raised $3,862.00! Can’t wait to do it again next year!

The Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation is affiliated with the North Dakota Community Foundation, a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation under IRS code 501(c)3 and North Dakota Law. All contributions and bequests received by the Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation are placed into a permanent endowment fund. Earnings from the fund will be used to support projects or programs in the Sherwood/Antler area.




















A total of 82 women enjoyed the Ladies’ Night Out Fundraiser held at the Memorial Hall in Sherwood.

The mission of the Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation is to improve the quality of life in the Sherwood/Antler communities through charitable giving and promoting philanthropy. If you are interested in learning more about the Sherwood/Antler Community Foundation gifting opportunities, please contact Kristy Titus at 701-756-6288.



Versa Court installed at basketball court in Mohall















This past Wednesday, May 4th, members of the Mohall Park Board, their spouses, and a few volunteers installed the new Versa Court on the basketball court which is located just south of the Mohall Pool. Last September, UCC (Unlimited Concrete and Construction) out of Souris poured the cement slab for the court and then installed the baskets, and new grass as seeded around the court.

The basketball court has been a nice addition to that area and provides a great place for the kids to hang out and play some basketball or just work on their shooting or dribbling skills.

A reminder that the court is for everyone’s enjoyment and must be shared by all those who use it. Please make sure that you have tennis shoes on when playing on the court and there should be no pop or food on the court, as well as no bikes or wheeled vehicles.

Take pride and respect what has been provided for you and clean up the area before leaving.




















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