Found in a lot of motorcycle parts that Steve Faldet and Larry Hedlund bought a while back was a kit from the late 1960’s to make a snow-cycle named The Shrew. Originally manufactured by Nepelo, Inc. the duo found the makings of the kit and decided to put it together.
Using a Honda motorcycle that...
The 2017 McIntosh City Council met on Thursday, January 12, 2017. Two new members joined the Council this year.
In the photo the 3 people sitting are charter members of the Win-E-Mac Quilters Guild and are living at Poplar Meadows Assisted Living were we had our December 15, 2016 meeting in their Pop Corn Room at 10:00 AM. After we adjourned the meeting we had a delicious potluck lunch.
Our next get...
On Tuesday, January 10, 2017, the Win-E-Mac Student Achievement Committee hosted the Students of the Quarter Breakfast for Second Quarter at Win-E-Mac School in the FACS room. The Students were selected by various departments in the secondary school for overall performance and leadership in the...
Over 100 students from schools around the region competed with their teams in the VEX Competition, held last Saturday at Win-E-Mac School, teams of students were tasked with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts...
Many of you know Kim. She is a hardworking, kind and loving person. She is community oriented and a great friend to many in the area..
On November, 28, 2016, Kim went into surgery for a brain aneurysm, it was bigger than expected, yet they were able to remove it successfully.
During her recovery,...
The Sunday School children at Zion Lutheran Church presented their Christmas play titled, "The Missing Magi." The program was held on December 18th.
The staff at Win-E-Mac School celebrated the last day before Christmas Vacation with an Ugly Sweater Day.
There were a lot of visitors to McIntosh on Friday, December 16th as three businesses celebrated Christmas with Open Houses. There were goodies galore and lots of visiting happening at King Town Farmers Mutual Insurance, First National Bank, and Neil’s Quality Meats & More.
By Mick Garry,
Dawn Plitzuweit had just preached to her players the importance of taking a charge at one of the team’s first practices when Madison McKeever, a 5-foot-8 freshman who would be the team’s tailback if they were playing football instead of...