HyLife, a Premium Pork Producer, in Windom is inviting young and old and everyone in-between to participate in the First Annual HyLife HyFive 5K Community Run on Saturday June 11th. According to Madison Sly, HyLife Marketing and Communications Coordinator and Race Director, the purpose of this event is to bring the community and surrounding areas together for some healthy competition and family fun. Sly went onto say that it doesn’t matter if you are a runner or a walker, this is the event for you. The race will begin at 9am at 904 4th Ave, which is the intersection of 9th Street and 4th Ave by Courthouse Square. The 5K route will take you on a tour of Windom’s beautiful town square, around local schools and past the Des Moines River to the finish line. Cost to enter the HyFive 5K Community Run for 18 years and older is $30 and 17 and under is $20. All proceeds will be donated to the Windom Area Health Foundation. Sly added that Your 5k registration fee will include branded hardware, water bottle, cooling towel, and a drawstring bag to hold it all, AND if you register by May 19th you will receive a free performance t-shirt. If you need further information or have questions, please contact Madison Sly at 515-231-2148. To register you can find the link on KDOM’s Facebook page, HyLife Facebook page or on KDOM’s Website site under Local Headline News.
Here is the race registration website: https://runsignup.com/Race/MN/Windom/HyLifeHyFiveCommunity5kRun
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- Youth for Christ–Thrivent
- First Lutheran Church –Gem Den
- Meadow Lark Prairie Lab–Town and Country Agency
- St. James Opera House–Encore/Collage St. James
- St. James Lions Club–CCF Bank
- Senior Dining–Princess Theater
- Convivencia Hispana–Eye Care Center
For more information you can go to Discover Saint James MN Facebook Page.
The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce would like to announce that Tommy’s Central Street Steakhouse has been named the 2022 Business of the Year and the Spirit of Springfield has been given to Cheryl and Neil Neidt . An awards banquet will be held on Monday June 20th at the Springfield Area Community Center with a 5pm Social Hour and 6 pm dinner catered by Tommy’s Central Street Steakhouse. The program will begin at 7pm. Advanced tickets are available through June 10th. There will be no tickets sold at the door. Tickets are available at the Chamber Office, F & M Bank, Red Rock Bank, Southpoint Financial Credit Union, and Springfield Advanced Press. Cost is $30 per person. If you need more information, please contact Springfield Chamber Office at 507-723-3508.
Anglers looking for local information before the Saturday, May 14th fishing opener for walleye, bass, northern pike, and trout in lakes can gain local knowledge by looking at regional fishing reports from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The regional fishing reports include details about waters throughout each region and can be found on the DNR website (mndnr.gov/Fishing/Outlooks.html).
The Windom Police Department reported on May 9th in the afternoon a damage to property in the 100 block of 6th Street. The Homeowner heard some loud noises that occurred on the 8th and then found a broken window. There were small rocks that were on the concrete on the ground next to the window with a pile of broken glass. The damage only broke one glass pane on the double pane. This matter is pending an estimate.