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Weber Crowned Homecoming Queen, Paulsen Crowned Homecoming King

    A couple hundred community members enjoyed a gorgeous Sunday evening in the MVAOCOU parking lot for a tailgate party which kicked off the Homecoming celebration for this year. The student council served pork sandwiches and hot dogs, chips, beans, and drinks to the Ram supporters. Bags and giant Jenga were also available to play to pass time until the coronation.
    The evening continued inside where many loquacious audience members awaited for the coronation to begin. All fell quiet to emcees Katy Krohn and Dallas Weed who announced the Tune Squad who performed "Seven Bridges." Krohn and Weed then presented the Homecoming court (freshmen Emily Kovarna and Kolby Scott, sophomores Teresa Johnson and Gaige Elwell, juniors Hannah Bohm and Ben Schram, and seniors Cameron Brenner and Dylan Blake, Ellen Mallory and Blake Paulsen, Lindsey Sisco and Weston Beeson, Abbi Boysen and Cayden Henderson, and Lexi Weber and Kyran Morrow). The 2018 royalty (Haley Drenkhahn and Bryce Kafton) crowned the new royalty. Receiving the queen tiara was Lexi Weber, daughter of Michelle and Brett Weber of Danbury. Receiving the king crown was Blake Paulsen, son of Kristi and Rob Paulsen of Mapleton.
    The king and queen along with the rest of the royalty will preside over the rest of the Homecoming events, culminating with the football game against West Monona.
    Complete Homecoming coverage will be in next week's Review.


LWML Mapleton Zone Rally Sunday

    The Mapleton Zone Fall Rally will be held on Sunday September 15th. at St. John Lutheran Church in Battle Creek. Registration begins at 1:00 p.m. The rally will begin at 1:30, The guest speaker will be Cindy Zubel Wrucke, serving the Lord in Eurasia.
    All ladies are welcome.

Open Cupboard Sept. 18

    The Open Cupboard & Food Bank of Siouxland Inc. Mobil Food Pantry distribution will be Wed., September 18th. at the Mapleton Community Center. Sign in begins at 3:00 with distribution at 5:00. Bring your own bags, boxes, clothes baskets & containers to put your food into.
    In the month of August, the Open Cupboard distributed food to 98 households including 319 people.

Deadline to Preorder Corn Days Apparel Next Week

    Clothe yourself in Corn Days apparel! This year the committee decided to go a little subtle in the design and to embrace our small town living with the phrase, "Some call it the middle of nowhere. I call it home." A gem at the top of the phrase is a nod to the Gem City of Northwest Iowa, a slogan founded by one of our own decades ago.
    There will be a limited supply of the t-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts, and hoodies at Corn Days. PREORDER NOW TO GUARANTEE YOU RECEIVE WHAT YOU WANT!!!!
    The shirts are $10, crewneck sweatshirts are $15, and hoodies are $25. Sizes for all varieties are youth XS - L and Adult S - 3X.
    To order, comment or message on the Facebook page (they will reply so you know they have your order), email the committee at corndays@danbury-ia.com (they will reply so you know they have your order), call Lynn Buth at 712-893-2001 (if you have to leave a message she will call you back), sign up at Colbert's Market (111 Main St.) or at the Danbury Review office (209 Thomas St.), send your order and a check to Lynn Buth at Box 207, Danbury, IA 51019, or let any of the committee members know (Brooke Kafton, Jen and Dennis Boysen, and Lynn Buth).
    Order deadline is SEPTEMBER 17th to guarantee delivery by Corn Days. The order will be placed on September 18th and be back in time for Corn Days.
    Want some apparel but need it shipped? Add $10 for shipping. If you order multiple items the committee will pack it up and get you a shipping cost to save you some bucks.


Ja Ja Ja Jenga!

    Among the activities available at the Homecoming party was Jenga, grown up.
    The goal of the game is to remove blocks without toppling the stack. This young lady played with a younger lady, and they were quite impressive.



St. Mary's Rosary Society Meeting Information

    1.    October Meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 9th at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. We will be folding boxes for our annual Dutch Apple Take N Bake Pie Sale. The CCD kids will be

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Kathy Wilson to Visit the Mapleton Library Again!

    Have you ever wondered how our Victorian era ancestors decided whether a female was a "good girl" or a "bad girl"? Was Scarlett O'Hara really such a "bad girl"?
    Join us at the Mapleton

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Danbury Clean Up Days Set For October 11-12

    Danbury's clean up days are scheduled for Friday, October 11th and Saturday, October 12th.
    A container will be placed in the maintenance shed on Second Street, and times to deposit your worn

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Volunteers Appreciated for Corn Days

    Do you know what the greatest email was that this reporter received Tuesday morning? It wasn't the ones thanking her for compiling the garage sale info (those were nice, too). It was the one from someone offering to help

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Willow Dale Meets State Standards

    Battle Creek, IA – September 2019 - Willow Dale Wellness Village, owned and operated by ABCM Corporation, has earned what the Department of Inspection and Appeals calls a deficiency-free survey. Meeting state standards

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Adventures with Lynnie

    Monday morning I was texting with a friend, and somehow we got talking about using words that most people don't use on a daily basis. Something like that. She challenged me to use a certain word in this week's Review. Her stipulation

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Iowa Crop Progress and Conditions Report

    DES MOINES, Iowa (Sept. 9, 2019) — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Conditions report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. The report is

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Weather Summary

Provided by Justin Glisan, Ph.D., State Climatologist, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship
    Drier than normal conditions prevailed across most of Iowa during the first week of September; precipitation deficits

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CITY OF DANBURY SPECIAL SESSION - AUGUST 27, 2019 - OFFICIAL/PUBLISHED MINUTES

    The Danbury City Council met in special session on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 6 pm (start time 6:01pm) in council chambers with Mayor Michael Buth presiding. The reason for this

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ICA seeking young cattle producers for leadership program

    AMES, IOWA –In an on-going effort to build future leadership for both the Iowa cattle industry and the Iowa Cattlemen's Association, ICA is taking applications for the 2020 Young Cattlemen's

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Secretary Pate encourages Iowans to participate in National Voter Registration Month

    DES MOINES – September is National Voter Registration Month and Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate encourages all eligible Iowans to participate by registering to vote

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Deadline to File for City Council, School Board Next Week

    DES MOINES – City and school elections will be conducted simultaneously this year, on Tuesday November 5. A law passed by the Iowa Legislature in 2017 ended the longstanding tradition of holding

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