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Delton Moose feeding veterans Sunday


Members of the Delton Moose Lodge will serve up a free dinner of ham, cheesy potatoes and salad to veterans and current military personnel Sunday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m.

The cost of the meal for non-veterans is $8.

A “valued veteran” presentation will follow at about 5 p.m.

The lodge is at 5420 Moose Lodge Drive, off M-43, two miles north of Delton.

Questions may be directed to 269-623-2112.


Ceremonies in two places Monday


Veterans Day ceremonies will be conducted in two places in Hastings at the same time Monday morning, Nov. 11. Ceremonies will be conducted at the Veterans Plaza at Tyden Park on North Broadway at 11 a.m. At the same time, the American Legion Post 45 Color Guard will conduct a flag-raising ceremony at Spectrum Health Pennock on Green Street.

That evening, the Legion will host its traditional bean soup and cornbread dinner at the Post on M-37 south of town. Euchre games will follow dinner.


Elks hosting all veterans Monday

All veterans are invited to the Elks Lodge in Hastings for a free lunch Monday, Nov. 11.

Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Veterans need not be members of the organization and spouses are invited, as well.

The lodge is at 102 E. Woodlawn Ave., next to Bob King Park/Tangletown.




Leaf pickup underway in Hastings


City of Hastings Department of Public Services crews expected to begin fall leaf and yard debris collection Monday, Nov. 4.

Residents are asked to place leaves and other compostable yard debris immediately behind the curb (on the curb lawn). Leaves and debris should not be placed in the street, obstruct the sidewalks or be placed near and intersections where they might obstruct the vision of motorist and pedestrians.

More information can be obtained by calling 269-945-2468.

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