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Homecoming week begins
Fillmore Central kicked off its homecoming week on Monday evening with the coronation of the homecoming queen, Cami Jones, and king, Jordan Miller. The week continues with a pep fest on Friday afternoon at 1:05 in the varsity gym of the high school in Harmony and a parade at 2:20 on Main Street. The homecoming game against Rushford-Peterson will start at 7 with a halftime performance by the Fillmore Central Marching Band. MELISSA VANDER PLAS/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWSPAPER GROUP
Members of the Highland Prairie Lutheran Church, from left, Kaye Eiken, Sharon Ahler, Glen Bakken and Karen Bakken, stand at the entrance to Highland Prairie’s amphitheater located on the edge of the church’s property. The venue is used for summer outdoor worship and weddings. DAVID STOEGER/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWSPAPER GROUP
Members of the Highland Prairie Lutheran Church, from left, Kaye Eiken, Sharon Ahler, Glen Bakken and Karen Bakken, stand at the entrance to Highland Prairie’s amphitheater located on the edge of the church’s property. The venue is used for summer outdoor worship and weddings. DAVID STOEGER/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWSPAPER GROUP
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014 8:40 AM

Highland Prairie Lutheran Church is a quiet, sacred place nestled in the hills and bluffs of northeast Fillmore County. The people who attend this small church know that. However, the beauty of this place is easily missed by those passing by on Bowl Road and nearby on State Highway 43.

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