Monthly Archives: December 2017

School News from Chandler Christian School

The Chandler Christian students, along with Mrs. De Groot, have been busy preparing for this year’s Christmas program. It includes some musical numbers by our preschoolers, both the 5th grade and 6th-8th grade bands and a musical entitled “Wrapping All

Eagles Slay Dragons

By Skip Hunter – Last Tuesday evening the SWC boys basketball team headed to Adrian for their second foray into Red Rock Conference play. The Dragons were 1 and 1 for the year with two blowout games on their record.

Eagles Strong Against Dutchmen

By Nancy Wassink – On Thursday, December 14, basketball fans met at the EHS gymnasium to watch another matchup between the SWC Eagles and the Edgerton Dutchmen in the girls’ contest. The Eagles defeated the Dutch by a score of

Joyce Bristow

March 28, 1938 – December 8, 2017 Funeral services for Joyce Bristow, 79, of Luverne, Minn., were held Wednesday. Dec. 13, at 11:00 a.m. at the American Reformed Church in Luverne. Burial followed at Hillside Cemetery in Edgerton, Minn. Joyce

Bank Invites Children To Perform

On Wednesday, Dec. 13, First State Bank Southwest hosted their annual Christmas open house. They invited area students into the bank to perform throughout the day. They also served refreshments and held a drawing for door prizes. The winners were:

Auxiliary Invites Veterans

On Thursday, Dec. 7, Pearl Harbor Day, the American Legion Auxiliary sponsored a social gathering of Edgebrook and apartment residents at 2:15 in the Verdoes Room. There were nine veterans from Edgebrook Estates and Edgebrook Assisted Living, and three veterans

Make Donation

The Trosky Peppy Pebbles 4-H club donated $400 to the backpack program at Edgerton Public School. Pictured in front are: Jackson Hunter, Jasmine Jensen, Avery Bootsma, Jocelyn Stoel, Hannah Uilk, and Jaden Hunter; back: Aiden Bootsma, Wyatt Jensen, and Devin

Students Comment On Christmas

The Enterprise has enjoyed printing Christmas essays, written by our third grade students, for the last several years.  This year we asked area 3rd grade students to answer the question, “What does Christmas mean to you?” Inside the December 20th

Homes Decked Out For The Holidays

Jeff Van Dyke at 653 4th Ave. W. was the winner of this year’s Chamber of Commerce Holiday Lighting Contest. Previous winners served as the judges, with judging taking place last week. The second place winners were Phil and Wendy

Students Win Drawing Contest

The Edgerton Enterprise hosted a drawing contest for 3rd through 5th graders this year. The students did very well! Choosing winners was a difficult task, but the ones we have selected are in this issue of the Edgerton Enterprise. You