This year's meal is sponsored and organized by the Chapter 18 Disabled American Veterans (DAV) chapter and auxiliary, which will offer the annual Thanksgiving meal for the community, as well as deliveries to homebound residents.The sit-down meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, at Zion Lutheran Church, 1000 Washington Ave., Cloquet. Delivery requests must be made by Monday, Nov. 20, by calling Zion at 218-879-4647.
Veterans of World War II are becoming rare as the years pass by, as most WW II active service people are now in their 90s. One local veteran who fits this description is Larry Urbanski, 91, of Cloquet.In 1944, Urbanski was an 18-year-old high school student from Tracy, Minn., who was drafted and inducted into the Army.
School facilities were the immediate concern at the Tuesday night meeting. However, the issue of what to do about the aging school buildings following a failed building referendum earlier this year is part of the larger question of long-term plans for the school district.Nearly 150 people attended the 2½-hour meeting. Twenty audience members shared their thoughts and questions, and every school board member spoke at the end of the meeting.
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