The Renwick Fire Department will be holding a fish fry fundraiser March 6th with a predetermined snow reschedule date of March 7th if need-be. The event will take place at the Renwick Community Center with a start at 5pm and end at 7pm and will require a free-will donation to enter. Carry-out will be available, though there will also be seating available for those who choose to dine-in. Proceeds from the event will go toward an addition to the fire shed. On the menu is fish, fries and coleslaw.
Join Carroll Implement in LuVerne for their Lawn and Garden Open House featuring Bad Boy and Ferris Mowers this Thursday through Saturday.
Thursday and Friday event hours will be 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Saturday event hours will be 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Refreshments at event will include: pop, coffee and cookies.
Trade-ins are welcome. Test drives and zero percent financing are available.
The Humboldt Rifle and Pistol Club will be hosting their last indoor pistol match of the season this coming Sunday, March 28th at 1:00pm.
The event will take place at the indoor range located at 13 8th Street South in Humboldt.
The match will consist of 44 round, run in two 22 round strings at a cost of $10 per attempt.
Spectators are welcome, proper eye and ear protection will be required for anyone on the range.
Please feel free to contact Jim Mertz with any questions by phone at 515-368-1495 or by email at jimmertz1980 @ gmail.com
Humboldt County Public Health will be holding Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinics on March 31st and April 1st at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds.
Eligibility is still restricted to those who are 65+, essential workers and/or those with pre-existing conditions. See the HCMH link below for full eligibility information. Appointments are first come, first served and are mandatory for those who are eligible to be able to receive the vaccine. Prior to your appointment, completing the ‘1st dose vaccine form’ is also mandatory.
Those with questions are encouraged to contact Humboldt County Public Health at 515-332-2492 or go to humboldthospital.org
Click here to see the eligibility requirements: https://www.humboldthospital.org/news-events/humboldt-county-covid-19-vaccine?fbclid=IwAR2k-s3tvhHEzg2hHinfEamlzyEfkqH3b1nDF8x63sQO97NHRCXHd4e1b7I
Click here to set up your appointment:https://login.nowaitinside.com/#/booking/eHSwUCTqcSwsmZAJqjgreI8g
Click here to see the full KHBT news story about the event: https://977thebolt.com/2021/03/humboldt-county-receives-large-allocation-of-pfizer-vaccine/
The nonprofit organization, Families of the Fallen, which is based out of Forest City, IA will be holding a Bags Tournament Fundraiser in Humboldt on May 15 and hosted by The Knotty Pine. Registration time will be 10:00 am – 10:45 am and will cost $50.00 per 2 person team. The tournament will start at 11:00am and follow “race to 21” rules.
The proceeds of the event will go to families who have lost a service person. Contact Amy Klein for more details at 641-590-1836.
On Wednesday May 19th, the Humboldt County Historical Museum is introducing a seasonal display this year called “WE WANT YOU TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY!”: Clubs and Organizations of Humboldt County. There will be an open house event for the opening of the display. Displays will be in the Millhouse and Clancy building and cover the history of the clubs and organizations that served throughout the county’s history. Clubs range from study clubs to service clubs. The Millhouse and Clancy building will be open to walk through and see the other displays as well! A $5 donation to the museum is the price of admittance.
The Badger Fireman’s Ball will be coming up at the end of June. There is a $15.00 admission fee (7 and under free) which includes a meal of pulled pork, baked beans, chips and cookies served from 5pm – 7:30pm with a drive thru option available.
Casey Muessigmann from Team Blake on The Voice returns for a night of LIVE music! Casey will be playing from 8pm-midnight.
There will also be a virtual auction on Badger Fire & Rescue facebook page ending at 4pm on June 26th.