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Meetings


(12/30/2019)

December 18

Harvest House is a service organization that acknowledges older adults’ value and dignity. Its purposes are to cultivate and implement social awareness, service to others, new religious experiences, educational and cultural opportunities, recreational, celebration, and community involvement. Harvest House members come together to remain active and alert members of society. Harvest House collects and then donates food each month to a nonprofit agency to help a family in need. Members are asked to please bring a food item to donate to each meeting.

Harvest House meets in the basement of the Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka Church on the third Wednesday of each month from September through June. The December 18, 2019, meeting will start at 1:30 p.m. and Jade will present on chiropractic care. The Christmas dinner will be provided by the Steak Shop and the cost is $8. Sign up and payment must be received by December 11, 2019.

Membership is open to both men and women of all backgrounds and beliefs. New members are always welcome and annual dues are just $5. For more information please call Bonnie at 507-454-2717.

December 19

There will be a Merit Board Meeting on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 8:00 AM in the Bytow Room on the third floor of City Hall, 207 Lafayette Street, to amend the certification list for the position of information systems coordinator and recreation coordinator. This meeting is open to the public.

The Minnesota City Community Readers will meet on Thursday, December 19th at 6:30 pm at the City Hall at 149 Mill Street in Minnesota City. The book being discussed is “Nightmare” by Marjorie Dorner. All readers are invited whether or not you have actually read the book. Copies of “The Two-Family House” by Lynda Cohen Loigman will be handed out and that book will be discussed at the January 23rd meeting.

December 23

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Winona Planning Commission is cancelled for Monday, December 23rd. The next meeting will be on Monday, January 13th at 4:30 pm in the Wenonah Room.

Elder Network’s general caregiver support group
is held on the first Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. at the Winona Knitting Mills building, 902 East Second Street, in the third floor Winona Room. Please note the meeting’s new location as of December 4, 2019. If you know a senior or a caregiver that needs support, please contact Barb at Elder Network at 507-452-0580 or by email at barbp@elder-network.org.

January 2

Cathedral’s Young at Heart will meet on Jan. 2nd. starting with 12:10 mass followed by a lunch of meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, peas, cranberry fluff, roll, and lemon meringue pie. Entertainment will be Fr. McNea, singing. Make reservations by calling Karen at 457-3671 no later than noon Dec. 30th. cost is $5.00; all are welcome.

January 4

The Buffalo County Republican Party will be holding its annual caucus Saturday, January 4, 2020, at 10 a.m. in the American Legion Hall, 501 N. Main Street (Highway 35), Alma. Our featured speaker will be Assemblyman Treig Pronschinske. Refreshments will be served.

January 5

Winona Catholic Daughters Court #191
is meeting after donut Sunday, January 5, at St. Mary’s Parish, Winona. Will begin with a soup luncheon for CDA members and their guests at 12:30 p.m., meeting to follow at 1:00 p.m. along with a possible program. Come join us for faith, food and fellowship.

The Winona Area Coin Club will be meeting on Sunday, January 5, at 12:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club located at 210 East 4th St, Winona. New members are always welcome. Meetings open to anyone. Free prize drawing.

January 8

Winona County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Board of Supervisors will hold regular monthly board meeting on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 9:00 am at Winona County USDA Service Center, 400 Wilson St N, Lewiston MN.

January 9

The Hiawatha Valley Civil War Round Table will meet on Thursday, January 9, at 7:00 p.m., in the Great Hall of Watkins Manor, 175 East Wabasha Street, Winona. This evening will center on a discussion of one of the most notable novels about the Civil War, Stephen Crane’s “The Red Badge of Courage.” If you have read the book, you are able to contribute to the discussion, but even if you have not read the book, you will find out why this exceptional novel is so highly thought of, when it tells of a young man going into battle and coming under fire for the first time. Everyone is welcome, and refreshments will be served.

January 12

The Winona chapter of Birthright, International will host its annual membership meeting on Sunday, January 12, 2020. Executive Committee members will deliver the 2019 reports and all members will vote to approve a proposed upddate to the chapter constitution. Election of new officers and Executive Committee members will also take place. Lunch will be served first at noon followed by the meeting. Members are encouraged to bring a donation for the Winona Volunteer Services Food Shelf.

Birthright believes it is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth and the right of every child to be born. If interested in volunteering with Birthright, please call the office at 507-452-2421 or stop by at West Fifth St., Winona.

The “Before Noon” widows group meets every Monday at 10:30. During the month of January, the group will go to Perkins. All widowed people are welcome. For more information, call 507-454-2765.

The Al-Anon Family Group meets at the St. Augustine Room of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart on Thursdays at 1 p.m. Al-Anon is a 12-step fellowship for families of problem drinkers. Call 452-4445 for more information.

Cornerstone Community Church is holding a monthly faith-based study open to all area women. Hungry for Jesus examines how to let go of food fixations and allow God to fill cravings. Women are invited to join for support and study of Scripture and the book “The All-New Free to Be Thin.” Meetings are on one Saturday a month from 10 a.m. to noon at Cornerstone Community Church, Highway 61 and 44th Avenue, Goodview. Beginning in January, meetings will be on the first Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. until noon. For more information call Amy at 507-458-6420.

Elder Network’s Partners of People Living with Memory Loss is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Winona Knitting Mills building, 902 East Second Street, in the third floor Winona Room. Please note the meeting’s new location as of December 3, 2019. If you know a senior or a caregiver who needs support, please contact Barb at Elder Network at 507-452-0580 or by email at barbp@elder-network.org.

A trauma survivors support group will meet at 10 a.m. on the third Saturday of every month to discuss how to move forward and grow out of post-traumatic stress. This group will use trauma-informed techniques to help individuals in their recovery. Due to the nature topics, anyone under 18 should bring a caregiver with them to the group. Meet at the old Bridal Boutique building at 1052 West Broadway. Trauma survivors support group is part of Client Centered Counseling Services, a new nonprofit corporation in Winona.

Meetings are 75-minutes long, and attendees are requested to pay a $20 fee — or whatever you can afford.

For additional information call Amy Holubar at 612-280-8106 or Cindy Peterson at 507-450-3236.

Parents Assisting Parents (PAP)
meets on every Friday at 11 a.m. to discuss situations in which “the system” (the school district, the county, etc.) failed their families, and is not currently working for them. Parents who have found avenues for relief in their struggles assist others in the group looking for answers. PAP meets at the old Bridal Boutique building at 1052 West Broadway, and is part of Client Centered Counseling Services, a new nonprofit corporation in Winona.

Meetings are 75-minutes long, and attendees are requested to pay a $20 fee — or whatever you can afford.

For additional information call Amy Holubar at 612-280-8106 or Cindy Peterson at 507-450-3236.

Meetings for the Bluff Country chapter of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association are held at the Witoka Tavern at 7:30 on every third Thursday of the month, except June and July. Newcomers are welcome.

Hope for Hurting Parents is for parents of children who struggle with chemical addiction. Here you can find encouragement, strength and hope through a Christ-centered fellowship. This is a safe place to find support for parents. Meetings are on every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Radiant Church, 850 Highway 14, Winona. For more information, call Keith or Deanne at 507-450-0472.

Independent Order of the Odd Fellows, Humboldt Lodge #24
, meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 5 p.m. It is located at 959 West Fifth Street. All are welcome. This organization focuses on benevolence and charity.

Coloring for adults is a form of stress relief. It relaxes the brain and helps take your worries away. That is why the Winona Public Library offers Color Me Calm, a group that meets twice a month to color, relax, and socialize.

Color Me Calm meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 5-7 p.m. in the library’s Bell Art Room.

Supplies and coloring sheets are provided.

Need help breaking free from behavior that can cause strained, broken, or abusive relationships? Organizers teach individuals the reasons for behaviors without placing guilt or blame, showing each individual dignity and respect as they go through the healing process.

Whether you are in an abusive relationship, experiencing marriage problems, trying to break patterns of the past, are a troubled teen, or you just want to be a better person, family member, employee, and/or business manager by growing your character, Life Skills can help. Call 507-205-7104 for more information.

 

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