BAXTER -- The Baxter Lions Club will host an open house and yard sale 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday at Camp Vanasek, 14307 Oakwood Drive on Whipple Lake, Baxter.
Funds will be used to benefit the community.
There will be a food concession and free coffee.
Jerry Leese, Baxter Lions Club president, and project chairs Betty Holden and Judy Hustak said money raised at the yard sale will allow Lions to meet needs in the community. Last year the club donated $73,000 to the area.
The Baxter Lions Club has 50 members and meets 7 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of the month at Camp Vanasek. For more information or to get involved with the Baxter Lions Club, contact membership chair Sandy at 829-8685.
Cuyuna Range women to host friendship tea
CROSBY -- The Cuyuna Range Women's Club will meet at 2 p.m. Monday at the Jessie F. Hallett Memorial Library in Crosby. The program is titled, "What's it Like to Experience a Real High Tea?"
After the business meeting, chaired by president Isabelle Erickson, Brenda Leino will give a reading from the book, "Seven Deadly Sins," edited by Robert J. Hutchinson.
The Cuyuna Range Women's Club's Spring Friendship Tea will then be held, taking the place of the usual May luncheon.
Beverley Norlander, Mary Panno, Edie Anderson and Jackie Raymond are in charge of the arrangements. The afternoon's program is formal. Skirts, hats, pearls and gloves are preferred, but not necessary.
Each member of the women's club is asked to bring a friend to the tea. The women's club is open to all women of the Cuyuna Range area.
Aspects of Aging classes set in Crosby
CROSBY -- The following classes will be offered as part of the Aspects of Aging series at the Hallett Community Center in Crosby:
"Where Did I Put My Keys?" 1:30 p.m. Tuesday; and "Will I Still Love Me When I'm 64 or 74 or ...?" 1:30 p.m. May 17.
Lakewood Health System offers free health screenings for women
STAPLES -- Lakewood Health System will host a series of free health screening fairs designed especially for women. The health screening fairs will be held at each of Lakewood Health System's clinic facilities on selected dates between May 4 and 12.
Services provided will include body composition measurements, blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose screenings, sun damage screenings, and more.
The health screening fairs will run 2-6:30 p.m. Following are the dates and locations:
May 4, Pillager Clinic; May 5, Motley Clinic; May 9, Browerville Clinic; May 11, Staples Clinic; May 12, Eagle Valley Clinic.
Each participant will receive a free gift and prize drawings will be held at each location.
For more information on the free women's health screening or other educational services, contact Lakewood Health System's education department at (218) 894-8332.
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