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The Cornhole Against Hunger tournament started in 2011 with the number one goal of raising food and money for the Two Harbors Area Food Shelf while having fun competing for first place at the tournament. In 2011, the tournament raised 160 pounds in donations and $60 in cash. Since then the tournament has grown exponentially. On Wednesday, the organizers of the tournament dropped off 3,290 pounds in donations and $4,000 in cash. This week was also Michelle Miller's one year anniversary as the director of THAFS, and she said she couldn't ask for a better way to celebrate.
Property taxes are due Oct. 15 for Lake County residents. This year, Lake County will have a drop-box available in front of the Health and Human Services Building at 616 3rd Ave. There will be a sign on the drop box indicating that property tax payments are being accepted. Taxpayers can now view or print their current or delinquent tax statements whenever they desire using the parcelinfo.com website.
Some homes and yards around Silver Bay are looking a little better this week after Thrivent Financial and Habitat for Humanity partnered to bring Habitat's "A Brush With Kindness" program to the community. Over three days, more than 40 volunteers contributed more than 415 hours of collective time to complete projects at 11 different homes in Silver Bay. Sychar Lutheran Church, The United Protestant Church and St. Mary's Catholic Church pitched in to provide lunch for the volunteers and the Bay Area Vineyard provided breakfast prior to the work getting started one morning.
The Lake County News-Chronicle and League of Women Voters Duluth will sponsor a Two Harbors City Council and mayoral race forum on Oct. 4. The event will take place at Two Harbor High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Those running for a City Council position will take the stage first and then those running for mayor will be second. Candidates will respond to questions on a wide variety of issues of concern to voters. League of Women Voters Duluth member Jane Gilley will moderate. This event is free and open to the public.
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Cook and Lake counties have been awarded $5,600 federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. Local agencies can apply for the funds to supplement emergency food, utility and shelter programs in Cook and Lake counties by Sept. 25.
The fourth annual Bev Bright Memorial Pet Walk, sponsored by the Lake County Humane Society, was held Sunday at Lakeview Park in Two Harbors. It is the Lake County Humane Society's biggest fundraiser of the year. Here are some pictures from the event.
Lake County Extension Master Gardeners and the University of Minnesota Extension Lake County are partnering to offer a presentation, "Pruning Techniques for Landscape Trees and Shrubs."
Verizon Wireless customers in Two Harbors has been without cellphone service all day Friday due to an outage. According to Verizon Wireless, a ticket regarding the outage was submitted at 6:31 a.m. Friday. As of 5:35 p.m., it was estimated that cellphone service would be restored within the next hour, but it was not as 10 p.m. According to a Verizion representative, crews are still working to restore service. Once service is restored, customers may need to restart their phones to regain a signal on their phone. Verizon was unsure of the area the outage affected, but had received multiple phone calls from customers in Two Harbors.