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Editor’s Mailbag

Lind House hosts Pitchfork Fondue

NEW ULM — The Lind House Association is hosting its annual Pitchfork Fondue Steak Fry at Hermann Heights Park in New Ulm on Friday, September 6, from 5:00pm – 7:00pm. The menu will feature sirloin steak, corn on the cob, baked beans, pickles, and Dilly Bars. A child’s hot dog meal will be available for ages 12 and under. Beverages include 1919 Root Beer, other soft drinks, and water. Guests are welcome to bring their own beer or wine.

Cost is $20 per person, and the child’s hot dog meal is $5. Tickets may be purchased at the New Ulm Chamber of Commerce office, Hy-Vee, or from a board member. You may also call or text Trudy Beranek at 507-766-0725 or e-mail lindhouse@newulmtel.net. Advanced ticket sales and reservations are recommended, but a number of tickets will be for sale at the door. Take-outs are available

The event is sponsored by Hy-Vee, Thrivent Financial, Arneson Distributing, Lakes Gas, Dairy Queen, and AMPI.

Carnahan and Hagedorn to headline Republican FunRaiser Thursday

NEW ULM – Jennifer Carnahan, Chair of the Minnesota Republican Party, and Congressman Jim Hagedorn will be the keynote speakers at the annual Brown County Republican FunRaiser scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 5 at the New Ulm Community Center, 600 North German Street, New Ulm.

State Representative Paul Torkelson (HD16B) and State Senator Gary Dahms (SD16) will also speak.

Meet and greet begins at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m., followed by the program.

For more information and to reserve a seat, contact Mary Bartz at 507-227-3166 or marybartz@sleepyeyetel.net.

Organ Recital at Cathedral today

NEW ULM – All are welcome to attend a free concert by the Music Director at Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Dr. Thomas Andrews.

The concert takes place at Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, 605 N. State St., New Ulm at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28.

Enjoy a trip through Europe with organ music from around the continent. Besides Bach and Buxtehude, music will include that of Mozart, Sweelink and Frescobaldi.

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