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The bottom line is Schneider and Hass came to agreement and Schneider moved his business to Storden last winter. Schneider, a 2003 Westbrook grad, grew up on a farm south of Westbrook, went to Southwest Minnesota State college for two years. He then transferred to Minnesota State University Mankato where he earned a degree in Construction Management and Business Administration. Schneider got interested in wood working while he was in high school shop classes. In his senior year he set up a wood shop in the comer of his dads shop on the farm. He continued working on wood projects there until "fie graduated from high school. On left is the main portion of tion on the right. Dave (middle) with his two employees, Mark Baker (left) and Garett Amundson, in his show room/living quarters. That summer Dave's Atter he worked for Matt Jackels doing general carpentry work. When he turned 20 years old he attained his contrac- tors license and did small jobs while attending col- lege. He also worked in Ryan Noomen's cabinet shop one winter doing cab- lived in Mankato and Eagle Lake where he had a cabinetry shop for the past seven years. He and his wife Shanell built a house in Eagle Lake. His plan at the time was to build spec houses and live in them for a couple years, sell them and build another to live in and sell. However when Shanell received a job offer as a drug coordinator in Marshall, they had already made a deal on the building in Storden owned by Mike Hass. inetry and Sumiture buiM .......... Schneider said; they had to do a very fast inc. renovation of the building to accommodate graduating from MSU Schneider his wood shop. They moved back to the area in January, and at the same time built an addition on the building to be used as tempo- rary living quarters, plus additional shop space for a finishing area. Schneider said, "we plan on eventually building a new home in the area. Then they will use the addition for a show room or rent it out. Schneider's primary business is building cabinetry for new homes. He sub contracts with several builders in the Mankato area to build cabinets and other custom details for custom built homes. "We also do a lot of kitchen and bath remodeling projects," Schneider said. business with the new addi ...................................................................................... Schneider -- on page 3 by Margie Anderson 4-H Program Coordinator Sure there will be the champion steer and the state fair-bound pig, but county fair means more than just competition. It's a chance for local youth to share their talents, skills, and interests with hundreds of fair-goers. Whether it's grooming their family pet for Wednesday morning's show or memorizing their lines for a public presentation on Thursday afternoon, Murray County 4-H members put countless hours of preparation into their 4-H projects and county fair exhibits. This annual event lets oth- ers see what they have learned, share their knowledge, and demonstrate their skills, members showcase leadership, citizenship, and a mul- titude of talents through complex displays, showing livestock, creating interesting exhibits, and showcasing experiences in 4-H.' A stroll through the 4-H Building Exhibit Hall unveils nearly 50 differ- ent project areas from photography to woodworking to flower gardening and so much more. There will be displays created to educate the public on environmental issues, veterinary science exploration, increased con- sumer awareness, and service proj- ects that improve our communities. 4-H members share creative talents through pictures, crafts and art work. While some 4-H members enjoy woodworking, others perfect their green thumbs through vegetable or flower gardening. Fair -- on page 3 Parts of this cornfield north of Currie had some severe hail damage. Early Monday moming a small, but intense, storm ripped through the area leaving a narrow path of destruction of corn and beans near the Lake Shetek and Lake Sarah area and along highway 30. In Walnut Grove only a half inch of rain fell with no hail or wind. In Westbrook up to an inch fell along with hail which dam- aged flowers and gardens also lit- tering the streets and lawns with leaves from the trees. The rain received was very welcome but also was spotty with less than a couple of tenths falling south of Westbrook. ON RECORD PAGE 2 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 IN SIDE PAGE 3 AREA NEWS PAGE 8 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 9 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 AREA NEWS PAGE 10 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 MORE HAIL PICTURES PAGE 1 0 I INFORMATION * CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING CIRCULATION 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please re'ad and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2013 Sentinel Tribune