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This guy sits in front of Larson & Nipe Law Office portraying the image of a lawyer reading a law book. He happens to resemble Jeff Larson, the owner of the Larson & Nipe Law Office, but there has been no confirmation on whether Larson was used as a model for this display or not. The Woonsocket Community Club provided bales for all businesses in town to help decorate for the harvest and hunting seasons. It will be interesting to see what other businesses come up with. This particular “guy” has been both entertaining and frightening, as Sanborn County’s Sheriff claims he scared him half to death on Saturday night when the Sheriff was out investigating the cause of an alarm going off at Skeeters Bar. The alarm turned out to be false, but the call was still eventful for the law enforcement officer, regardless. 

Jenni Greenway, 38, of Woonsocket, was arrested on Friday, Oct. 5, after charges were filed against her in Sanborn County for four counts of forgery and one count of grand theft. All counts are felony charges.

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 29 met on Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. in the American Legion Hall. President Dawn Rassel led the opening ceremonies. Judy Stenzel, Chaplain, led the opening prayer.

The minutes of the September meeting were read by Mary Regynski and accepted as read. The Treasurer’s report was given by Barb Maurice and accepted.

The membership count is now at 23 members and is ongoing. The committee appointments have been distributed to the members.

Plans were made for the lunch to be served at the American Legion Poker Tournament on Oct. 20 at the Community Center.

Following the closing ceremonies, President Dawn adjourned the meeting.

The next meeting will be Nov. 5, 2018 at the Community Center at 6 p.m.

Dorthy Foos and Tonya Miller will furnish cookies for the PVHC Bingo.