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  1. Aug

    1. Pay It Forward Stevens County (all-day)
      Aug 29 – Dec 31

      Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond, improved the Human Spirit, or volunteered time and /or money for the sake of their fellow neighbors here in Stevens County?  We are looking for these individuals.  “Pay It Forward, Stevens County” is a group of businesses that would like to hear these stories and reward the person for making life better for someone else in Stevens County.  We believe that people fo un-noticed for the kindness they show or the effort they volunteer to help out people.  We would like these stories known and recognition given to show that the Human Spirit is not dead, and people will still go out of their way to give to someone in need.  What we are looking of from you, is a brief letter, telling us what a certain person did and how they did it.  We would like their name and way of contacting them so we can get their just reward to them.  We would also like to publish their story on KMRS/KKOK Radio and in the Morris Sun Tribune.  You can drop your nomination off at any of the participating businesses, once a month we will pick one person that exemplifies “Pay It Forward, Stevens County.”  Businesses participating are:

      Morris Pizza Ranch, Bank of the West, West Central Screen and Print, Regional Fitness Center, Morris Sun Tribune, Stevens Community Medical Center, Sheer Designs,Superior, Westmor, Hancock Concrete and KMRS/KKOK Radio

  2. Apr

    1. 2nd Annual Race for Someplace Safe Rescheduled to April 21st
      8:30 am – 11:00 am

      The 2nd annual Race for Someplace Safe will be held this Saturday April 21st.  Registration will start at 8:30AM at the Regional Fitness Center with the first 50 runners receiving a free t-shirt and the race will start at 9:00 AM.  The race course is 3.1 miles. If you would like to pre register please visit someplacesafe.info/events/calendar or contact Rachel Peterson at 589-3208.  That’s the 2nd Annual Race for Someplace Safe raising awareness about sexual assault this Saturday at the RegionalFitnessCenter in Morris – Race starts at 9:00AM.

    2. The Morris Area Arts Boosters 14th Annual Arts Festival
      11:00 am – 1:30 pm

      The Morris Area Arts Boosters will hold its 14th annual Arts Festival and Carnival this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Morris Area High School. Come for a day of fun with a series of carnival games with a New prize center. Also new this year is a mysterious  Maze Room and Bingo. Of course, the ever-popular Cake Walk, face painting, and live entertainment by area students will also be part of the day. Those popular grilled pork chops from the Stevens County Pork Producers, along with other delicious favorites, will be available. Plus enhanced and fabulous items to bid on with our expanded silent auction, featuring tickets to the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Orchestra, Old Log and Guthrie Theater, Science Museum of Minnesota, a hand-made ukelele, and an original watercolor by Jim Mondloch, and so many more. It will be a day of fun for everyone at the annual Arts Festival this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Morris Area High School. You can also help the Arts Boosters fundraiser by dining anytime Saturday at Mi Mexico.

  3. Apr

    1. 2018 Firearms Safety Classes – Morris (all-day)
      Apr 26 – Apr 28

      The Morris Firearms Safety Class is coming up fast so get started now!  The class begins Thursday, April 26th and concludes on Saturday, April 28th. 

      You must be 11 years old or older

      You must have completed the 12 hour long online course and have printed your course completion voucher before attending the class.

      Information sheets for the class are available at the Morris Elementary School in the Community Education Office.

      You must preregister by contacting Officer Brett Collins by email at brettcollins@co.stevens.mn.us  Subject: Firearms Safety

      Information on this and other safety training classes can always be found on the Minnesota DNR website under the “education/safety” tab.