Ron Adams has worked as a photographer for the West Central Tribune since 1994 - he also shoots video for the Tribune webpage. Ron is a local artist who draws and paints realistic portraits and scenes. He loves music of all types but especially rock and blues.
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Members of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Willmar serve a free Thanksgiving Day dinner on Thursday to anyone in the community who wanted to come and enjoy a meal.
The 10th annual Holidaze Parade is held on Saturday night in downtown Willmar.
Three teams eat chicken nuggets on Wednesday during the United Way benefit competition at the Bremer Bank in Willmar. Taking part in the event were the Ridgewater College football team, Bremer bank team and Willmar High School football team.
The annual display of military artifacts at the Willmar War Memorial Auditorium is open to the public on Sunday and will continue through Tuesday featuring the collections of Jon Lindstrand of Kandiyohi and Dale and Sharon Koenen of Clara City with items from the Civil War through the present.
CLIMB Theater performs Friday at the ACGC School in Grove City. The CLIMB play Flashback helps students gain invaluable tools to help them better care for the planet and to assert themselves when other disrespect the environment.
Duane Starkenburg, a Willmar Community Christian School teacher, along with a group of students shoots off rockets on Wednesday at the CCS school yard for a special autumn activity.
The annual Pumpkin Patch Carnival, a Willmar Community Education and Recreation event, held at the Willmar City Auditorium on Sunday features carnival booths, mini- pumpkin design and a spirit of Halloween tour.
Area teams tested out their robots at the Kandi Mall in Willmar in preparation for the first annual Minnesota BEST Robotics Competition which will be held next weekend at the New London-Spicer High School.
Runners are challenged by tricky course obstacles while being pursued by volunteer zombies attempting to steal their brains, represented by flags worn around their waist, Saturday at Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center in rural Spicer during the first annual "Zombies Bite...5K run!!!"