Murdock Newsletter - 03-25-2015
The Elmwood Murdock Junior/Senior Prom was a Great Time for All!
2015 Senior Class
2015 Junior Class
A big thanks to everyone who put in time, effort, and money to sponsor the prom and the after prom party. It takes a lot of work by a lot of people to pull this off for the kids. Good job, everyone!
Elmwood Rescue Squad Collectible Coins for Sale
In an effort to raise funds and to have something unique to the Elmwood Rescue Squad, we are selling a Collectible Coin. You can order these coins through our website. These Coins are $10.00 each plus $1.00 shipping and handling. Thank you in advance for supporting the Elmwood Rescue Squad. www.evfrd.org
Eleanor Fleischman - It is her 99th birthday on May 5th!!!
No party this year...she is holding out for a big wing ding next year!
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Roger Buck has graduated another class of Bow Hunters! Thanks to Roger and his team for introducing this group to the outdoors and how to safely use a bow!
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HEAD CUSTODIAN-MURDOCK SCHOOL SITE
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KITCHEN ASSISTANT - MURDOCK SCHOOL SITE
2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
VIP* Job Opening at the EM Schools
(*Very Important Person)
Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools are in need for substitutes for the para-professionals in our district (Prek-12th grade). A para professional provide instructional support and assistance within the classroom setting. Some services could be provided 1:1 or with a small group. Para Substitutes are paid on an hourly wage of $7.25. The school follows the federal minimum wage rate for this school year.
Lunch at the Elmwood Community Center
If you remember from last week I had made plans to go to the Elmwood Community Center for lunch on Friday. What a great time I had! It was a small crowd that day but the conversation was filled with a wide variety of topics. I met Ashley who was the cook for the day. She told me that her dad grew up in Elmwood but her family moved to Minnesota when she was five. She has recently moved back to the area and is enjoying her job at the Elmwood Community Center. She learned her cooking skills from her grandma and also from Helen Baker, the other cook at the community center. Helen came to lunch, too, and you can tell that the two ladies get along really well with the lunch crowd. There was a lot of good natured teasing among the group. Pastor Earlin Shanno was behind quite a bit of that teasing, too. Ashley and Helen boxed up several meals for delivery and were picked up about noon to be taken to their hungry owners.
Check out the menus below and see if you have time to stop in and have lunch sometime. A home cooked meal is even more tasty when you don't have to cook it!
Ashley was boxing up the To Go orders.
Just in time for pick up and delivery!
The crowd was getting restless waiting for lunch!
The dessert table had scrumptious treats and I didn't even know that lunch included dessert!
The community center is always decorated for the holidays.
The table was set right down to the placemats.
Friday's crew was a hungry lot and Ashley fed us well!
Community Sustaining Sponsors 2015