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July 18, 2018

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Grell, Jensen Receive Monona County Royalty Sashes

    The Monona County Fair was held last week.
    The event kicked off the crowning of the new royalty. Amanda Grell, daughter of Anna and Jamey Grell of Danbury was among the candidates vying for the queen's crown. She was close, earning first runner up. Amanda is the granddaughter of Yvonne and the late Butch Grell of Danbury and the late Bernice and Wilmer Knutson Jr. of Soldier.
    In the Little Miss division, Haley Jensen, daughter of Sheri and David Jensen of Castana was chosen as Little Miss Congeniality. Haley is the granddaughter of Pat and the late Lynn Boyle of Danbury and Jim and the late Wanda Jensen of Onawa.


UMW To Cook Breakfast Sunday

    This weekend will find many former Danbury Catholic and Danbury Public School kids wandering Danbury. Events in town will focus on the DCHS and DHS graduates. But not all events will be strictly for the alumni.
    On Sunday, July 22nd from 8:00-11:30 the United Methodist Church parishioners will serve breakfast consisting of breakfast casserole, fruit cup, coffee cake and rolls all for the bargain price of $8.00. This will be held in the basement of the Danbury United Methodist Church.
    The breakfast is open to everyone, including reunion attendees. The breakfast will give people a way to start the day with a good meal and also give people a place to visit one last time, possibly, before they depart for their homes across the nation.
    Please consider njoying their wonderful breakfast.

If You Build It, They Will Come

    No, it's not a ball diamond which will bring people together. Rather, it's playground equipment which will bring children laughing and playing at Danbury Catholic in August.
    Generous donations from businesses, school families, and community members allowed Danbury Catholic to purchase new playground equipment which makes their other playground set look quite minimal. When finished, hopefully by the weekend, a friendship swing, pod climber, topsy turner spinner and other fun features will join the slides and swings and bridges at the school.
    On Friday, around 20 people along with a representative from Outdoor Recreation Products worked hard to try to beat the nearly inch of rain that fell late morning which turned the playground into a water pad. For the most part, they were relatively successful; one more day of work should finish the project.
    Above, Tom Forbes and Sean Shea on the left along with Colby Seuntjens on the right line up part of the play equipment. Looking on from above is Drew Oberreuter. Colby and Drew are DC graduates while Tom and Sean currently have kids in DC.
    Photo by Amy Seuntjens. Thanks, Amy!


All School Reunions This Weekend

    The all school reunions will be held this weekend. Here is the itinerary as of Monday night.
FRIDAY, JULY 20th
    BOTH SCHOOLS -     Party at Dana Hall - Beginning at 5:30 with food available for free will donation. Bar will be open for drinks for a fee. Anyone who wishes to bring munchies or side dishes are asked to have them at Dana Hall by 5:00.
SATURDAY, JULY 21st
    DHS - 4:00 p.m. Doors open at Dana Hall for Social Hour. Beverages available at the bar for a fee. The dinner is at 6:00. A short business meeting will follow.
    DCHS - 4:30 p.m. Mass at St. Mary's. Following the Mass there will be a social hour at St. Mary's Parish center. The banquet begins at 6:30. There will be a program and roll call of the classes.
    BOTH SCHOOLS - The dance will be held at approximately 9 p.m. at Dana Hall.
SUNDAY, JULY 19
    BOTH SCHOOLS and PUBLIC - 8:00 - 11:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served at the Danbury United Methodist Church.

It's Fair Time!

    County fairs are underway! Thus, it's been hot out. Fairs tend to draw the heat. That's my story.
    Pictures of champion and reserve champion winners from the Monona, Ida and Woodbury County Fairs will be printed after the Woodbury County Fair is over and those pictures are ready for publication, sometime in August. You can also submit pictures if you wish.
    If you or your loved one received champion or reserve champion honors at any fair (not necessarily the ones listed above), please let us know by emailing us at review@danbury-ia.com. You may also send us pictures using the email address.


Bill Riley Talent Show at Woodbury County Fair

    The Woodbury County Fair will sponsor a Bill Riley Iowa State Fair Contest at Moville. The contest dates are Thursday, August 2, and Saturday, August 4, at 7:00 PM. Prizes of $75, $50, and $25 are being awarded

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Kafton, Weber Graduate from Luther College

    Luther College held commencement ceremonies for the class of 2018 at 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 27th in Luther's Carlson Stadium. A total of 467 students participated in the graduation ceremony.
   

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Monona County 4-H Alum Opens Dream Business

By Hanna Schmitt, 4-H State Council Marketing Committee
    AMES, Iowa – Laura Ann Pautsch, former Mapleton Starspinner from Monona County 4-H, recently began her dream career with the opening

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Sign Up Your Sale for Corn Days Citywide Rummage

    This year Corn Days will kick off with the removal of unwanted treasures from homes and the placement of these treasures into new hands. Intrigued??
    Danbury citywide rummage sales will

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Corn Days Schedule Finalized - sort of

    The advantage of organizations taking advantage of Corn Days to make a little money? The Corn Days committee doesn't have to do all the work. The disadvantage of organizations taking advantage of Corn Days to make a

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Speaking of Corn Days...

    The Corn Days committee has slaved over the schedule hoping to find a variety of entertainment to appease to a variety of people. This committee is made up of 10 people. Ten. Those people need help!!!
    The committee

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DCHS Reunion Agenda

FRIDAY, JULY 20th
    Party at Dana Hall - Beginning at 5:30 at Dana Hall with food available for free will donation. Bar will be open for a fee. Anyone who wishes to bring munchies or side dishes are asked to have them at Dana Hall by

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DHS Alumni Reunion Agenda

FRIDAY, JULY 20th
    Party at Dana Hall - Beginning at 5:30 at Dana Hall with food available for free will donation. Bar will be open for a fee. Anyone who wishes to bring munchies or side dishes are asked to have them at Dana

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Adventures With Lynnie

    Baseball in Carroll, Iowa. To most, it might bring back memories of previous baseball games in Carroll. Well, it did that. As I was sitting behind the dugout last Tuesday and then again Saturday, I smiled inside remembering the substate

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Speaking of Posters...

    The Corn Days posters are at Colbert's Market and ready to be distributed!!!! Please help get them hung up!
    A list of towns will be with the posters. If you are going to the towns or are willing to do so, please

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CITY OF DANBURY REGULAR SESSION - JULY 10, 2018 - OFFICIAL/PUBLISHED MINUTES

    The Danbury City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, July 10, at 7:00 PM in council chambers with Mayor Michael Buth presiding (start time 7:02pm). Council present: Shari

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Iowa Preliminary Weather Summary

By Dr. Justin Glisan, State Climatologist, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship

    Rain showers in northern Iowa started a warm and relatively dry week. Much of Iowa saw below average rainfall for the reporting

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Naig Comments On Iowa Crop Progress And Condition Report

    DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig today commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service. The report is

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