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Scenic Knolls releases recent Ladies Golf league results
MITCHELL – The Scenic Knolls Ladies Golf results for June 14 include the following results and hole prizes:
Low Gross: Monica Shambaugh
Low Net: Lynn Schukei
Low Putts: Monica Shambaug
Low Gross: Alison McClellan
Low Net: Kay Heggem
Low Putts: Alison McClellan
Low Gross: Jackie Selzer, Debi Feagler
Low Net: Audrey Murphy
Low Putts: Jackie Selzer
#8 Jackie Selzer
#9 Hallie Feil
#2 Closest chip from off the green—Ashlee Gompert
#5 Closest to pin on tee shot – Michelle Peters
#7 Longest drive in the fairway – Allison McCLellan
#9 Longest first putt holed – Kathy Shambaugh
Mitchell to send out second LMI surveys, urges residents to fill out and return
MITCHELL, MORRILL – Surveys that could help Mitchell receive grants for community improvement projects are being returned, but many more still need to come in.
Limited to medium income surveys are a way for state officials to gauge the economic standing of a town. If Mitchell is found to be 51 percent LMI, it would be eligible for grants from the state to improve streets, infrastructure and economic development.
City Administrator Jeff Sprock said about one half of the surveys have been turned in. They were mailed to about 400 Mitchell residents last Spring.
Sprock advised that Mitchell residents should be vigilant to check their mail in case they have received a survey.
“We still have a lot that need to be turned in,” Sprock said.
A second round of surveys will be mailed out in about a week.
Sprock additionally urged residents receiving the surveys to read the directions. A number of surveys have been turned in, but filled out incorrectly.
If that happens, the surveys become invalid.
Morrill officials are also working to send LMI surveys to Morrill residents.
Morrill Clerk Janine Schmidt said she is finishing up the process before sending out the surveys. That includes gathering additional data.
“We’re still trying to get the paperwork done,” Schmidt said. “We’d like to get them out within the next month or so.”
Morrill orders boiler to replace old one
at swimming pool
MORRILL – The Village of Morrill swimming pool will be relying on the sun to warm up its swimming pool for a few weeks after its old boiler went out early in June.
The boiler, which is just used during the swim season from Memorial Day to Labor Day, heats the water to a desired temperature of about 78-80 degrees.
“We have or
dered a new boiler, but unfortunately it is a three to five week lead-time for a new one,” Morrill village clerk Janine Schmidt said.
Once the new boiler is installed the Morrill pool will be like new, as the village also has recently completed a resurfacing project at the pool.
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