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ROTARY CLUB OF FARMINGTON Thanks for a great night of rock and roll
There was reason to be worried about this year's Rocktoberfest. Heading into Saturday the forecast called for cold and rain, and heavy rainfall had already caused significant flooding in other commu... Posted on 9/27/10 at 10:01 PM
The art exhibit that opened this week at Farmington’s Dunn Bros. came about almost by accident, but David Hartnett, the coffee shop’s co-owner, said it couldn’t have worked out any better if it had been planned.
It’s not always easy to get something new out of an old place like Dakota City Heritage Village, but the folks out there are giving it a shot this month.
Instead of offering the Grand History Day program Dakota City has held for the better part of two decades, this year, they’re trying something new: the Harvest Moon Festival.
Now, repeat after me,” said Francis Kofi from the center of the music room at Meadowview Elementary School. “Ki. Ki. Lam-bey-bey-bey.”
Obediently, the room full of fifth grade students began to chant, “Ki. Ki. Lam-bey-bey-bey.” They kept on with the chant for a few minutes. Once in a while one would shoot a sideways glance at the classmate sitting along side him or her. The chanting sounded a little funny, but they were establishing a rhythm. It was something the kids could hear. Something they could follow.
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