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City by City: 5/17/2021

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Duluth, MN- The City of Duluth will hold public meetings for a local golf course's renovation plans.
The Enger Golf Course will endure renovations in 2023 so city leaders and consultants will be asking for the community's input.
The meetings will be Monday, May 18, and Tuesday, June 1.
Basic scenarios will be shown as well as taking questions and comments from participants.
The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Click here to join.

Chisholm, MN- The Minnesota Discovery Center has opened a fun new exhibit.
The traveling "We Are Water" exhibit opened May 13 and will run through July 11.
The exhibit will help visitors explore the relationship between Minnesotans, specifically those on the Iron Range, and water.
The Iron Range is a unique geographic location for water and the exhibit will help visitors learn about water and its importance here from both scientific and humanities perspectives.

Barnum, MN- Barnum High school freshman Ivy Polecheck took first place in the annual Congressional Art Competition for Minnesota's 8th Congressional district. Polecheck's artwork called "Relief from the Storm" will now hang alongside the work of other artists from across the country inside the US Capitol building.
The Congressional Art Competition is held every Spring for students nationwide.

Exeland, WI- A spaghetti dinner and silent auction will be held at The Buckhorn Bar May 18, for ChiAnne Brunberg. Brunberg had to undergo emergency surgery in April and has been unable to work since.
Dinner will be $10 a plate for adults and $5 for children.
The silent auction will feature gift cards to local restaurants and golf courses. Dinner starts at 4 p.m. and runs until 8 p.m.

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