• The 452nd General Supply Company held its 50th anniversary reunion at the Best Western Hotel in New Ulm on Friday, May 18. The unit was activated in May 1968 and deployed to Vietnam in September 1968. The unit returned home on Aug. 1, 1969. These six men from the Arlington and Green Isle area were members of the 452nd General Supply Company during that time. Left to right: Dave Neubarth, Morris Mesenbring, Don Ziegler, Blackie Schwirtz, Delano Quast and Rollin Stoeckman. Missing from the photo is Rich Tuchtenhagen.
  • This 1939 Chevrolet rat rod truck, owned by Jim Pederson, Arlington, was one of approximately 100 vehicles thar were on display at the Cancer Cruise in Arlington on Saturday, May 19. About 70 vehicles went on the cruise throughout Sibley County in the afternoon.
  • The front office area at R & R Auto Repair was demolished on Tuesday morning, May 22. The business, located along 117 West Main Street in downtown Arlington, is owned by Ross and Ryan Bergs.
  • Henderson resident Jeff Larson and his family posed for a photo during the hog roast at Bender Park in Henderson on Saturday evening, May 19. Community Giving Hope selected Jeff Larson as the 2018 Cancer Cruise recipient. He is currently fighting AML Leukemia. Approximately $7,500 was raised at the 5K walk and run, Cancer Cruise and hog roast.

Memorial Day programs will be held in Arlington and Green Isle

The Memorial Day Program will be held in Memorial Park at 8:30 a.m. Monday, May 28.
The program is sponsored by the Arlington VFW Post 6031 and Arlington American Legion Post 250.

In case of inclement weather, the Memorial Day Program will be held in the Heritage Building.

Green Isle
The Memorial Day Program will be held in the gym at the Green Isle Community School at 11:30 a.m. Monday, May 29. A community potluck will follow the program in the gym at 12:30 p.m. The Green Isle American Legion and Auxiliary and Green Isle Lions Club will provide the chicken and beverage. People are asked to bring a dessert or dish to share and tableware. A free will offering will be taken.