Abby Berven teaches high school in Mississippi, about a quarter mile away from where the recent shooting happened on a university campus. The Vergas native spent the day locked in her classroom with students.
Abby Berven never thought she’d be locked in a classroom, sitting quietly on the floor as a gunman roamed nearby.
The building at 205 West Main Avenue in Frazee will soon re-open. Aaron Nolan (from left) will offer welding services; Andy Nolan will offer car repair and Nola Johnson is going to open a thrift store.
Two businesses will be opening in October at 205 West Main Avenue in Frazee: Andy’s Lube and Auto Repair, which now offers a welding service and Nola’s Closet, a thrift store.
Construction will soon begin at the Frazee High School ball fields. On the agenda are a new concession stand for the softball and baseball fields, as well as a roof over the baseball bleachers, and a sound system.
Gordon Sanders’ daughter Janet Sanders (middle) and granddaughter Valerie Turnbull (right) presented a check for $400 from the Sanders memorial breakfast to Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702, accepted by Vice Commander Tony Christensen. Darby Nundahl photo
The Gordon Sanders family held a pancake and sausage breakfast Sunday, July 26 during Turkey Days at the Frazee-Vergas VFW Post 7702 in Frazee in memory of Gordon and raised $400.