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Garage Sale at Sharon’s in Apple Valley.

10:00am – 6 no early birds, Thursday Oct 17 – Sunday Oct 20. Apple Valley off Redwood & 42 look for signs. More stuff coming every hour.
Bigger sale next week Thursday Oct 23 – Saturday Oct 26 10am to 6 no early birds.
Fairy Houses they sale for $120.00, our price $50.00, Vintage camera, pfaltzgraff old cups, old German canister 1891 – 1920, woman’s pajamas all sizes, native books, many other native books, old super natural books, toys, blankets, quilts, sheets, pillows, stove, chest freeze works great, 99 Toyota needs work, men’s Schwinn bike been used twice old 20 years ago, albums, Sarah Coventry jewelry, native jewelry, clothes all sizes, colorful dress’s and blouse’s, dress for all nationality, work dress’s, knickknacks, old video games, older 50in big screen tv, movies dvd and vhs, electronics, tools, lawnmower needs work, does not run, pot and pans, silverware, old gold plated silver wear in case, new printer, office supplies, 2 new cartel work pants, men’s and woman coats all sizes, men’s 2 and 3 x clothes, boys clothes, dogs sweaters & toys, 3 old ykpaiha ukraine national football team, old aprons, yard stuff, so much more 50 years of collecting stuff LOL. Most everything is $1.00 to $5.00, unless marked. Love Sharon Lennartson

To all our wonderful guests who won something at the raffle booth or auctions at the Pow Wow. Any questions please call the office 651-452-4141.

To all our wonderful guests who came to our 20th Pow Wow. Thank you all so much for coming to our Pow Wow and supporting your local Native American Community. It was a honor to have you join us.

For those of you who won at the raffle booth or auction booth at the Pow Wow.

We will be at the office Sunday Sept 22, from 1-3 our address is 1351 Sibley Memorial Hwy in Mendota, down the hill from St Peters Church, left side of the street.

There is Lees Education, Greg’s Barber Shop,  just come in the front door we are on the right.

If you can not make that time, please call to setup at time that is convenient for you 651-452-4141.

Thank you from the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community and our Members.

Sharon Lennartson Tribal Chairwoman.

 

James Kermit Anderson “Red Sky” was born May 7, 1959. He passed into the spirit world June 27, 2019.

Claudia, ask me to post this. James Kermit Anderson “Red Sky” was born May 7, 1959. He is preceded in death by parents Russell and Lillian Rose Anderson, and brother Craig. Survived by loving wife Claudia and daughter Ameyalli Anderson. Also survived by former wife Juliane and sons James, Jr and Joseph Anderson. Sisters Patricia Baldwin, Catherine knutson, brother Rick Anderson, Brother Gregory Allen Sumpter, Cousin Victoria Scott, many nieces and nephews. Auntie Linda Brown and Sharon Lennartson. He was tribal chairman and historian for the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community and defended the sacred sites of the Dakota nation. Retired Pipefitter 37 years. He spent the last five years of his life in the Yucatan, Mexico. The Creator called him home June 27, 2019. Family and friends remember him with love and appreciation. Service Sept 11th at St Peters Church at 11:00am.
1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy in Mendota 55150. St Peters is the oldest church in MN.
Please bring a dish to pass.
Hope to see you love Claudia and Ameyalli, and his family.

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