Students in Preschool- 6th grade at St. Paul's Lutheran School shared the Christmas message at their program on Wednesday December 6.
Perham, MN — Steven Murrell, M.D., recently joined the Perham Health team. His addition will enhance expertise and further improve access. Murrell received his medical degree from the Medical University of the Americas in Nevis, West Indies. He specializes in family medicine at the Perham Health Clinic. He is board certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine.
The Minnesota Association of Townships (MAT) is proud to announce its 18th annual scholarship program for high school Juniors in the state of Minnesota. Up to six $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. All applications for the awards must be submitted by May 1st, 2018.
Perham Lions would like to invite new members who want to continue promoting worthwhile community events. Some of the past events promoted by the Perham Lions include Turtle Fest, Rib Cook Off, Parade of Lights, Fair Bingo, Chicken Feed, Demo Derby, Project New Hope Cyle Ride, as well as our food wagon at Turtle Races, and many other community events. We also try to fulfill donation requests from the community and support the eleven areas designated by Lions International.
Her Working Days are Finally Done, Now it's Time to Have Some Fun. Join Us For a Open House To Honor Linda Schultz, December 27, 2017 from 3pm-5:30pm At our Perham Office, 160 Third Ave SW. Bekkerus Schott Helmeke DeConcini Johnson.
Arnie and Carol Rethemeier were recently honored at the 2017 NDSU Harvest Bowl as the Outstanding Agriculturist from Otter Tail County. Arnie received both his bachelor and masters degrees from NDSU and spent thirty-five years teaching vocational agriculture with the Perham Public Schools. Arnie's teaching program the FFA organization were recognized on the state and national levels for excellence.
Students Making a Difference is having a donation drive December 11th-22nd. Donation bins will be at Perham Health, Perham Living, Heart of the Lakes Elementary School, Prairie Wind Middle School, Perham High School, Saint Paul's Lutheran Church and Saint Henry's Catholic Church. Items to donate would be shampoo, body wash, lotion, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss, socks, band aids and other hygiene items. All donations are appreciated. Students Making a Difference puts together hygiene kits and distributes them to local children in need of these items.
They're dropping like flies — men in positions of authority who once perhaps thought themselves untouchable, as they then touched and harassed people "below" their perceived caste. As their arrogance grew, so too did their bold, careless, hurtful behavior. It was that arrogance — that presumptuous feeling that they were grander than they were — which brought them tumbling. It's a good thing this is happening; it is so very long overdue.
Whisk from Scratch, an artisan bakery and deli in downtown Perham, announced December 5 on its Facebook page that it will close its doors on December 30 due to a lack of business. Daniel and Holly Flatau are owners of the business. A statement on the deli's Facebook page read: "It is with great sadness we announce our doors will be closing Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017. Unfortunately there wasn't enough business to continue our journey.
Students Making a Difference held its duck races over the weekend to raise money for hygiene kits for those in need, and according to organizer Eve Honer the day was a lot of fun. "We didn't quite make our goal, but we still made a good profit and everyone had a good time," Honer said. Winners of the race were: First place Ivy Honer, second place Kathy Anderson, and third place Cindy Gustafson. Students Making a Difference distributes 250 kits a month.