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March 25, 1989

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT "'HEADLINES" By Carol Kenton Director of Economic Development County's time nero to plan future ISU program Strategic Planning ses- sions for Shelby County began Tuesday with approximately 86 people throughout the county in attendance. There will be six more meetings, so if you were unable to attend this one, do plan to attend on April 17. Tuesday, Dr. Charles Gratto, Iowa State University extension economist, gave us an overview of the process and then we were given our first assignment. Each community has a set of 23 questions to answer as part of a self-assessment survey. Also, at the next meeting the Iowa Night Harlan was there in strong study of "peer" communities SUccess judging numbers with 34 making the will begin. Through the exten- of Harlan trip to Des .Moines. Hopefully sion service, we will be given a made the trip. we were able to communicate list of "peer" communities from ev- our concerns about some of the which to select four or five that chambers in pending bills. This year there we feel fit a list of characteris- state for the seems to be an over-supply of tics similar to ours and which contact bills which could adversely af- have been successful in eco- across the fect business and in turn the nomic development. Journeys economy of the state. Panama Community Chorus presents: April 1, 2 & 3 7:30 p.m. ST. MARY'S PARISH HALL, PANAMA dults Children All seats reserved. For tickets & reservations call: BARB LEINEN: 489-2790 member.. will be made to those selected communities to obtain their "secrets." Reports will be made by those making the trips. I would like to stress once again that these meetings are open to all residents in the county. If you have concerns about the directions we should 1 taking during the next five to years, you should plan to .participate. I personally feel this is a must for all elected officials and for all who have complained or criticized about what has or has not happened in Shelby County in the past. County cancer crusade to begin March 30 Plans for the annual cancer crusade in Shelby County are in process. The local board will meet March 30 at 9:30 a.m. at Home Federal Savings and Loan community room to as- semble packets to be used by volunteers who will go door to door in April to ask for funds for the Amercian Cancer Society. EASTER SUNDAY SPECIALS ! iii iii/ All You Can Eat Ta.m.-2p.m. Breakfast Buffet $3 99 All The Chicken $49 You Can Eat. Hickory Ham Dinner $ 4 79 Chicken Fid Steak $ 5 49 Dinners include: Choice of potato, vegetable, soup & salad bar & hot bread. 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Harlan News Advertiser-, March 25. 1989 Children's ARTS & CRAFTS Tentative starting date June 12-July 13. ,Hours: 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Mondays &Wednesdays at Potter s Park; Tuesdays & Thursdays at North Park. For children K-5. TENNIS LESSONS Tentative starting date June. For children in grades 2-8. Adult TENNIS LEAGUE Tentative starting date May 8. Several leagues will be offered: Men's, Women's, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles & Mixed Doubles. The schedules will be deter- mined by the number signing up. There must be minimum of 8 signups per league for that league to proceed. SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL Tentative starting date week of May 17th. Stan- dard rules will apply. Non-restricted flight balls. We need men's teams! Pass the word. Open to anyteam in Shelby Co. VALLEYBALL LEAGUES Tentative season second half of summer. Courts at Potter's Park & JC Park (Swimming Pool). SWIM TEAbl DATE & LOCATION OF SIGN-UP & FEE TO BE DETERMINED. COFFEE CUP CAFE Avoca, IA OPEN EASTER SUNDAY SUNDAY NOON SPECIALS: Includes salad bar. HOMEMADE FOOD/ _ .!'   .."" New Winter Hours: ," M-Sat., 6 am.-8 p.m.  OPEN 7 ..m.-2 p.m. -'' 2 on Sunday Coun.00, Gospel. &C)medy! Sponsored by the Elk Horn-Kimballton Optimists Sat., April 8 7:30 p.m. Harlan Public Library SUMMER ACTIVITIES Various activities will take place at the library from June 7 through July 5. A reading program will be of- fered. Those participating will receive a book bag full of home activities. Films will also be shown each Wednes- day at 3 p.m. "Read Around the World" is this year's library summer program theme. ELK HORN HIGH SCHOOL GYM For Advanced Tickets PHONE: 764-8642 ng DAN,CE Lyle & Gloria Campbell @ Sat., Apr.1 9 p.m.-1 a.m. IRWIN COMMUNITY BUILDING, IRWIN, IOWA Music By: SHARON OAKS Admission: $2.50 i i Sat., April 1 es Fa re 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. HARLAN NATIONAL BANKCOMM. ROOM Sponsored by: American Business Women to raise money for Scholarship Fund : BAND FR,. &. SAT. Music By: HOMeMADe MARCH 24 & '25 "MURPHY'S LAW" /&UU MON., MARCH 27 II II SPRING NG" Shirley 's Gift Shop NCE KIMBALLTON, IOWA Fri. Mar. 31 thru Sat., Apr. 1 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. We're very excited about all our new designs, new ideas in merchandise & fresh new look. Gifts to our first 25 customers! Sun., Mar. 26 Colonial Restaurant & Lounge 6 p.m.- 10 p.m. 1-80 Exit No. 46 Walnut, Iowa ENJOY COFFEE & COOKIES. REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES! Music by: BOB RABE Ballroom Dancing - .+ G Sat. Apr. 1 ADMISSION: $7.00 at door $6.00-Advance LAS VEGAS NI HT 7:30p.m. Includes Prizes, Funny VET'S AUDITORIUM, HARLAN Money & Lunch HARLAN SHRINE T-PATROL: TICKETS AVAILABLE e FROM ANY SHRINER OR AT ANY SHELBY CO. BANK SPONSORED BY 16TH ANNUAL Featuring Thurs., Mar. 30 $2.75-Advance SHELBY CO. $3.00-At Door "COUNCIL: PANCAKE SLIPPER , 5:15-8,OOp.rn. Kids5 CAKE WT S AUDITORIUM, HARLAN & under-S1.50 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT PROVIDED.