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CHADD Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church, Rochester. Dr. Mark Olsen of Mayo Clinic will speak on ADHD medications, new and old. For information, call (507) 280-6937. Coffee and Conversation Coffee and Conversation will meet from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the ninth-floor board room of Seminary Plaza. This is a program of Red Wing Regional Hospice Grief Support. Fairview Auxiliary Fairview Red Wing Auxiliary board will meet at 9:30 a.m.
HUTCHINSON, Minn. -- A month ago, the Red Wing girls hockey team suffered a 12-1 loss to Hutchinson in the Missota Conference. But the Wingers weren't about to throw in the towel when they faced the Tigers Saturday. Red Wing jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first period. Unfortunately, the Wingers couldn't hold on and suffered a 5-4 loss. "It's tough, but any time you get beat as bad as we did last time and then you jump out to a 4-0 lead, you have to feel pretty good about it," Coach Bay Shock said.
AMBULANCE RUNS Saturday: Victoria Weinandt, intercept with Prescott Ambulance to Fairview Red Wing Medical Center, 1:28 a.m.; Clarence Theel from Seminary Plaza to hospital, 10:34 a.m.; no transport from 310 Plum St., 5:58 p.m.; no transport from Highway 316 and 240th St., 6:44 p.m.; Edward Norbeck from Treasure Island to hospital, 11:20 p.m. Sunday: Irene Pasche from 2127 Twin Bluff Road to hospital, 12:45 a.m.; Brian Watson from 17505 County Road 31 to hospital, 1:29 p.m.; Rachel Archibald from Highway 61 to hospital, 2:37 p.m.; Brandon Fick from Highway 58 and Goodhue Street,
Missoula Children's Theater and Goodhue County 4-H clubs will join efforts to put on a musical adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, "Hansel and Gretel." County 4-H'ers will audition Monday and rehearse all week -- Monday and Tuesday at the Goodhue Lions building then Wednesday through Saturday at the Sheldon Theatre in Red Wing -- before performing the musical at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Feb. 8 at the Sheldon. The Missoula adaptation takes a new approach to the story. According to Missoula spokesmen, "The mystery is solved.
Windows rolled down and then quickly back up during a peculiar January consisting of record highs, frigid temperatures and little snowfall. Golfers dusted off their clubs and hit the greens Jan. 7-8 when temperatures destroyed a 54-year-old record and reached a mild 52 and 53 degrees. On the contrary, however, Red Wing overall experienced the coldest January in two years with the mercury plummeting to minus 11. In 2002 the low was minus 3 and in 2001 minus 10 was the coldest.
Freshman Ashley Frederick scored four goals - including the game-winner -- and had two assists to lead Red Wing in a 6-5 overtime win against Rochester John Marshall in a nonconference battle Friday. The Rockets defeated Red Wing 10-1 earlier this season and had a 4-0 advantage early Friday night. But Red Wing rebounded and won this one. "This was a huge win," Coach Bay Shock said. "We've never come back from a two-goal deficit this year and we were behind 4-0 in this game." Frederick and senior Mindy Lein were the key components for the Wingers.
TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly will meet at 5 p.m. Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Storyhour "Night of the New Moon" evening storyhour will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday for children of all ages at Red Wing Public Library. High School students from Interact and speech team will be sharing their favorite children's books in small groups.
At Fairview Red Wing: Jan. 18, 2003 Vincent Mariano was born Saturday to Candace Barker-Stella and Salvatore Stella of Red Wing.
Sprout-Haas Crystal Therese Sprout and Jeremiah James Haas of Fulton, Ill., were married Nov. 30, 2002, at New River Assembly of God Church, Red Wing, with the Rev. Tom Johnson officiating. She is the daughter of Don and Marie Sprout of Hager City. He is the son of Jim and Ann Haas of Byron, Ill. Matron of honor was Tracy Sprout of Medicine Lake, Minn., sister-in-law of the bride.
Monthly square dance is Friday MAIDEN ROCK -- The Barn Cats will play for the First Friday square dance Feb. 7 at the old Maiden Rock Schoolhouse, located on County Road S one block north of Highway 35. A caller will announce the steps. No dance experience is necessary, and all ages are invited. Admission is $5; 12 and under $2.50. For information, call (888) 837-2130 or (715) 448-2608. Live music planned at Crossings ZUMBROTA -- Down-home music, folk, Irish and bluegrass all will be performed during a night of live music Feb. 7 at Crossings at Carnegie.