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Event caters to lovers of the outdoors

Calling all sportsmen.

At 8:30 a.m. Aug, 30, we will be hosting a special event. Home of the Brave Outdoors will be at the senior center, displaying hunting and fishing items.

"Always patriotic, I wanted to come up with something that represented this country, and a popular heritage that many families enjoy," said Travvis Stayton, who co-owns the company with his father, Dennis Stayton. "After many months of thinking of ideas, Home of the Brave Outdoors became a trademark, and we started making items an avid hunter or fisherman would use in the field."

Travvis Stayton will demonstrate how to make lures and will make custom lures on request.

"We started a new line of trout lures, walleye crank baits and deer calls," Stayton said. "Our spinning lures are tested for quality and performance before they are available for sale. We have a selection of line production lures that can be used for trout, bass, northern pike and muskie, along with custom lures.


"We also carry a line of deer scent and calls for the upcoming 2010 deer season that will work great for putting meat in the freezer this year."

Come down and watch Travvis make your custom lures.

Upcoming events

Monday, Aug 23

• Pinochle and Bridge, noon.

Tuesday, Aug 24

• Nutrition class group time/ Healthy Fats, 9 a.m.

• Destination walk, Paramount Theatre, 11 a.m.


• Pinochle, 500, noon.

• Duplicate Bridge, 12:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug 25

• Tai chi classes (newcomers welcome), 9:30 a.m.

• Cribbage Tournament and Bridge, noon.

• Stitching Bee’s; bring your handiwork, 1 p.m.

• Open chess, 1 p.m.

Thursday, Aug 26


• Intermediate walk, 10 a.m.

• Pinochle, noon.

• Bingo, 1 p.m. (cash prizes, bring a friend.)

• Open chess, 1 p.m. (bring a friend.)

Friday, Aug 27

• Tai chi, 8 a.m.

• Cribbage, 500, Pinochle and Bridge tournament, noon.

Weekly card results


Monday Bridge

Tournament results for Aug. 9, with four tables playing:

First, Harriet Oldenburg; second, Bud Higgins; third, Loretta Nelson; fourth, Dave Rina; fifth, Betty Johnson; sixth, Arnie Lang.

Tues Afternoon "500"

Tournament results for Aug. 11, with three tables:

First, Arlys Spurlin; second, Helen Broitzman; third, Beulah Luthe; fourth, Gene Raven.

Weekly Cribbage

Tournament results for Aug. 11 with three tables playing:


First, John Allen; second, Dorothy Schloo; third, Jaynard Johnson.

Duplicate Bridge

First, Dave Ring and Fred Langrock; second, Millie Seiver and Vande Newman; third, Jim Fisher and Bud Higgins; fourth, Lorraine Lippert and Phyllis Helgeson.

Weekly "500"

Tournament results for Aug. 13, with three tables playing:

First, Dorothy Stern; second, Arnold Bergstrom; third, Helen Broitzman; fourth, Lois Anderson.

Friday Cribbage

Tournament results for Aug. 13:


First, Mildred Ballantine; second, Loretta Prantner.

Friday Bridge

Tournament results for Aug. 13, with three tables playing:

First, Dave Ring; second, Loretta Nelson; third, Betty Jorgenson; fourth, Steve Howard; fifth, Harriet Oldenburg.

Semcac daily meals

• Tuesday: Baked ham/sauce; alternative, roast turkey.

• Wednesday: Swiss steak.

• Thursday: Vegetable soup.

• Friday: Roast beef.

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