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KLEM AM Update, October 26, 2010

(Le Mars)– The Floyd Valley Hospital Foundation will be hosting their first annual Foundation Gala Saturday, November 6th.   

Ann Cole-Nelson, community relations manager for Floyd Valley Hospital, says the evening is being put on to give people from the Le Mars area the opportunity to have a nice night out and say thanks.

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The event will be held at the Le Mars Community Center.  Highlights include a social hour at 6pm with butlered hors doeuvres, signature drinks and a wine tasting.  The 5 course dinner begins 7pm with dancing to follow with music by the 100 Proof Band.  Ann says there will also be a silent and live auction with a variety of items.

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She adds that the event is intended to be a dressy night out, but black tie is definitely optional.

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Tickets for the Floyd Valley Hospital Foundation Gala on November 6th are $50.  Reservations can be made by calling Ruth at 546-6434 or Elvira at 546-4486

Trick or Treating Fun at Olson Cultural Event Center

The Le Mars Area Chamber of Commerce Organization Committee is planning some extra fun for area children this Saturday.  Children are invited to the Olson Cultural Event Center where businesses outside of downtown Le Mars will hand out treats.  An area will be set up with bales, scarecrows and pumpkins for families to take photos.  Children and parents can come to the event center at 10 am to start trick or treating.  Groups will then travel downtown to visit businesses, guided by witches and Halloween creatures.  The children will end at the Le Mars Public library where they may receive a gently used book. 

Plymouth County Board of Supervisors

The Plymouth County Board of Supervisors agenda for this morning includes approval of a change order for the courthouse annex building.  A discussion with Plymouth County residents on the bridge located on Otter Avenue.  Plymouth County Engineer Tom Rohe will update the board on a number of permits and a federal highway agreement project, as well as construction projects.  At 11:00 am, there will be a public hearing for a road vacation.  The Supervisors meet at 9:30 this morning in the lower level of the Plymouth County Courthouse.