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The Roseau School pool will be closed on Thursday, September 3 from 7-9 PM. 
Household hazardous waste will be collected around the area over the next few weeks. Warroad residents can dispose of such waste on Thursday, September 3 from 1-4 PM at the City Shop. In Roseau, hazardous waste will be collected at the Roseau County Highway Department from 1-4 PM on Thursday, September 10 & Friday, September 11. Badger residents are asked to go to the County Shop from 10-12 noon, while Greenbush residents can take items to the Sheep Palace from 2-4 PM.
Acceptable materials include paints and paint-related products, cleaners, poisons, flammables, and chemicals. Fluorescent lighting of all types is also accepted, but for a nominal charge.
Wic Clinics are in the area:
Tuesday, September 8 at the Kittson County Courthouse in Hallock
Wednesday, September 9 at the Warroad Community Center 
Roseau School retired teachers and staff are invited for free coffee and dessert at the Pioneer Farm at 2 PM on Tuesday, September 8th.  
The Roseau Area Quilt Guild will meet Tuesday, September 8th at 7 PM at Moe Lutheran Church. All area quilters are invited to attend. 
The Badger Fall Festival is Friday and Saturday, September 11th and 12th. There is a free "Teen Dance" at the Community Hall on Friday following the football game. The carnival will take place on Saturday from 2-5, with a freewill offering breakfast at the door, a parade at 11:00, kids games, raffles, family bingo, concessions, and more throughout the day and evening. All proceeds from the carnival will go towards Our Redeemer's youth group, for their trip next July to the LCMC National Youth Gathering in Des Moines.
You are invited to attend and support Walk to Remember on Saturday, September 12 at the Warroad Senior Living Center. Free registration starts at 9 AM with free coffee, juice and rolls, live music, a silent auction, theme baskets, raffles, a photo booth, a memory wall, face painting, temporary tattoos, and much more. The opening ceremony will start at 11:30; balloon release at 12 noon; Walk to Remember at 12:15 and a free lunch for registered walkers to follow. For any questions, please call Jill Wulff at 218-425-7401 or Paula Peterson at 218-463-2833. 
An Ultra Bushcraft Biking event is scheduled for September 12th. The adventure is 120 miles of biking through the Beltrami Island State Forest, beginning 10 miles south of Warroad. All necessary camping gear is highly recommended, and there will be no aid stations and minimal checkpoints. Participants should be in good physical condition. For more details and registration info call Chuck Linder at 218-242-0315.
The Rose Free Lutheran Church will hold it's annual Fall Supper on Saturday, September 12th, from 4-8 PM. Turkey & Dressing, Meatballs & Gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, coleslaw, lefse and more will also appear on the menu. Cost is $10/adult, $5/children under 12, and Under 5/Free. Take-outs available by calling 463-1243.
United Blood Services will hold a blood drive in Greenbush on Tuesday, September 15th from 11:00-5:30, at the United Free Lutheran Church. For an appointment call 218-782-2706 or go online to bloodhero.com and use code: greenbush 
The Malung Community Center 5K Walk/Run, a fundraiser for the Malung Community Center, is scheduled for Saturday, September 19 with the race beginning at 10 AM.  Registrations are being collected now for $25/person or $60/family.  Registrations will be taken the day of the race, but you're guaranteed a t-shirt if you register between now and September 1.  Entry forms are available at the Malung School Community Center Facebook Page or contact Cara Waage at 218-242-0696 for more information.
Riders and participants are needed for the 16th Annual St. Jude Trail/Wagon Ride Fundraiser on Saturday, September 19 over at the Bemis Hill campground. Registrations starts at 8 AM, and the ride begins at 10. There is a full day of events planned, including wagon rides, a silent auction, and a catered supper. Mark Wojo DJ service will start at 5 PM, with the supper beginning at 5:30. For more information, or if you are interested in participating, call 452-1922, 242-3548, or 469-1414. 

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