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Announcements

THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!

Your staff wishes to thank you, the Members, for all the good help with setup and particularly with teardown. Members have been most helpful at all the events so far this season.

Please continue the good work. We (we meaning the poor sod who has to drive the trailer back) particularly need your willingness at Des Moines for teardown; the show does not close until 7:00, and we need many willing hands to stay and load the trailer. Yes, we know this means you will be late getting home. Please remember that the guy with the trailer will be later than any of you.

Your staff thanks you.

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ONCE MORE WITH FEELING COOKING DRILL

As you may know, cooking drill had to be cancelled last time owing to tinder-dry conditions and the Yoders' reluctance to burn down their neighborhood. This time, on September 23, we are going to try it again; in the friendly confines of a Como Park fire pit.

So, if you want to get up close and personal with some more innovative campfire recipies, do sign up for this special cooking drill. Please remember to sign up before September 13 so that we know how many people to buy groceries for.

The event will be at the West Picnic Grounds. The West Fire Ring is on Horton Ave., just east of Hamline (see map). Parking is on Horton or further east at the parking lot.

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It's coming up to that time of the year again!

That's right – the staff elections are right around the corner on Saturday, November 4th, 2006, so it's time now to start thinking about running if you're interested, and voting regardless. Some quick answers to questions you may have:

Who is eligible to vote? Anyone who is a paid member and is recognized by at least one member of the Staff and one member of the Board can vote. There will be absentee ballots, but they won't be anonymous – we need to verify you are a current member, so your name will have to be on it. Better still, attend the Quarterly members meeting and vote in person!

What am I voting for? You will be voting for a Chief of Staff – basically, as it was decided and last year's quarterly and members meeting, the CoS position is the top dog – the head honcho, who oversees all of the staff. It's mostly a coordinator position – make sure that things are done, and the work is divided equitably. The next positions are Captain and Head Campfollower – they report directly to the CoS, and are responsible for making sure that shows run smoothly – scheduling the demos, buying and making sure the food is prepared, and many other duties. The final positions are staff – they report directly to the Captain and HCF, and perform the duties assigned to them. We don't have a set number of these – it depends on who is interested.

How do I find out more information? There are a few ways – the manual is one of them, the best way is to talk to a current or former staff person and find out what is involved. All your staff members are listed in the newsletter.

How long is the position? This year, the Chief of Staff will be elected to a two year position, the HCF and Captain will be one year's positions this year, and two years after that. This is to ensure that we will always have continuity on the staff, which has been a problem in the past. The rest of the staff duration will be discussed at the meeting, so show up and vote!

How do I get nominated? There are a few ways – have a friend of yours nominate you by sending information to Glenn McDavid, the secretary, nominate yourself the same way, show up at the meeting and toss your ring into the hat, or don't show up have your friends nominate you… Just kidding – you have to agree to run to be voted in.

How much time is involved? There are monthly staff meetings of 1-2 hours duration, plus all the prep time getting ready for shows. With everyone helping, your time commitment can be smaller. The CoS, HCF, and Captain usually also attend the Board meetings monthly which are usually about 2 hours long. As always, everyone is welcome to attend the meetings!

What if I want to run for the Board? Those elections will be held in February at the Annual meeting – voting rules are the same. The Board positions are for two years, and are staggered. In February 2007, we will vote for a new Vice President, Secretary, and Company Representative. In February 2008, we will vote for President, Treasurer, Quartermaster, and Camp Representative. Again, if you're interested, attend the Board meetings, talk to those currently in the positions, and review your manual. Just for the record, I will not be running for President in 2008 – it's time for New Blood.

What if I have a question you didn't answer? Call, email or write, or show up at the meeting and ask – that's the best way!

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*Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!*

After much soul- and schedule-searching, I have decided that I would offer my name as candidate for Captain. Cousin Will, whom many of you have met, will be my leftenant and likely the acting Captain at most events if I should be elected.

The 2007 season will be my fifth season with Colonel Gaffneyis Regiment. Since I joined, I have served as Goodwife every year, edited the members' manual, written a number of articles for the newsletter, served as acting Captain at several events, finished the 4th muster level, served as the Contracts Representative for nearly two years, and bought a lot of hats.

If elected Captain, I promise to return phone calls, answer emails, attend lots of meetings, and have a chicken in every pot. Or oatmeal. Or whatever the HCF decides to serve. In any case, there will be something in a pot at every meal if I'm elected captain.

Vote Kane for Captain in the November Staff elections. As Clann Tartan/Col. Gaffneyis nears its 20th year, it is high time we had a female Captain.

Maeve Kane

*Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!* *Hear ye!*

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR CONTRACTS REPRESENTATIVE

The Board of Directors has asked me to write a brief outline of what a Contracts Representative is, what they do, why we have one, and how to make this one happy. Well, they didn’t exactly say that last part in so many words, but I thought everyone would like to know anyway.

Clann Tartan’s Contract Rep does many important and dangerous things for Clann, including slaying damsels, wooing dragons, pulling hen’s teeth and making phone calls. There is also a lot of herding of cats involved. Clann has had a Contract Rep for over ten years, and I am the fortunate current holder of that title.

Every time Clann is paid for an event, and we are currently paid for all shows except the Minnesota Scottish Fair and Highland Games and the Dun Gowan Tactical, the Contract Rep negotiates a contract and its terms. The terms include the hours and dates of the show and the rate of pay Clann will receive. This often involves several weeks (or months, if the event representative doesn’t return their phone calls often) of negotiation. This culminates with a signed contract, signed by myself and the event representative, and a check at the end of the event.

All of this is preceded by contacting events we would like to do. In some cases, such as Big Island Rendezvous, the Mankato Youth History Fest, and the Big Muddy River Rendezvous, Clann’s participation in an event has been a given since the beginning of recorded time. Others, such as the Charles City Military History Days, we were invited to participate in. Some others, like the Olde World Renaissance Festival, we approached because they fit the type of event we like to do.

Most of the leg work for this is done by me. Clann has and has had a Contract Representative since Gustavus was a pup, nay, longer, because it makes much less confusion for event reps when they only have to talk to one person, and less confusion for Staff and members when information on events only comes from one source. Information on new events and information about problems with events we already do is always welcome, but it is most welcome when addressed to me, the current Contracts Rep should I ever vacate the position, or to Staff. Staff can be reached at staff@clanntartan.org, I can be reached at mkane@macalester.edu, 952-461-4666 or 26586 Woodcrest Cir, Elko MN 55020. As the recent non-issue with the dates of the Mankato Youth History Fest and the Big Muddy River Rendezvous illustrated, it is much better to have the issue or lack thereof handled by staff and the Contract Rep than to have it thrown on the members’ email list for the confusion of all.

That said, my life can be made easier if anyone with questions, comments or concerns about any event or contract contacted me at the above addresses. I also like long walks on the beach, hats, mangos, boys, hats, fabric, hats, and boys. Thought everyone ought to know.

Thank you,

Contracts Representative
Maeve Kane

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Clann Tartan is pleased to announce Colonel Gaffneis Official Sutlery!

Currently we offer tee shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, mugs, mouse pads, bumper stickers, bibs, infant creepers, steins and totes with a variety of designs.

The online store can be found at www.cafepress.com/clanntartan.

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Drill

Clann's monthly drill will be held on the third Saturday of the month, unless there is a scheduled Clann Event that weekend. For directions, Eric can be contacted at: 612-726-6364.
The time is NOON.


Wanted!

Submissions for the Newsletter!
Items you can submit include research articles, character sketches, and other items pertaining to living history and Scottish Culture. Email your items in either plain text, or MS Word format to newsletter@clanntartan.org or snail mail to our postal address.
Items must be received by the 15th of each month to be considered for inclusion for the upcoming months issue. Mailed submissions will not be returned unless requested. All pertinent submissions will be considered as space permits. All research articles must reference at least three sources. Submissions are NOT edited for spelling or grammar, but may be broken in multiple parts.

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Board Minutes

Minutes of Clann Tartan Board Meeting on June 20, 2006

In attendance:  (Board) Cate Hesser, Sean McCanna, Herb Lindorff
Glenn McDavid, Bruce Yoder 

Staff: Julie Yoder, Marty Byers, Mia McDavid, Rob Johnson

Other Members: Lisa Gillstrom
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Minutes of the May Board and Membership Meeting were accepted as corrected.


REPORTS
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VICE-PRESIDENT - Jen McDermott has rejoined.

TREASURER -- Not much income, lots of expenses in May.  Chief of the
latter was the insurance payment.  There will probably be an additional
premium when the new property list is submitted.  That list still is not
complete.

The check from Twig has been deposited.

Budgeted expenses:

Camp supplies and equipment--New water jug and miscellaneous items: $365

Company supplies and equipment:

gunpowder	$350
musket repair	$600
other supplies	 $25
Total			$975

The Financial Report was approved by the Board.

SECRETARY -- Staff is working revising the calendars in the Newsletter.

COMPANY REP -- No problems.
CAMP REP -- No problems.

DANCE GUILD -- Going well.  We were bumped from our Minneapolis location
by a schedule conflict, but the Minneapolis Park District provided an
excellent substitute site.  The Guild needs more men, or women willing
to dance as such.

DANCE MUSIC GUILD -- We have vocalists.  Were able to dance one day at
Twig with just voice and pennywhistle.  We wanted participation and we
are getting it.

Follow-up to Twig:  We would like it if our Dances were not scheduled
directly opposite our favorite musicians.

SWORD GUILD -- 5 blades at the June session.  Going well.  We hope to
show some sword work at Farmington.

FIBER GUILD -- Heidi Viar has joined.

HISTORIC SITE -- No report.

MUSIC -- No report.

NIGHT AT THE PUB -- Next meeting July 21.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Farmington and Tactical:  There was considerable discussion of the place
of Tactical in the Clann scheme of things and our relationship with Don
Chesney.  If it is an official Clann event then Staff should be involved
in planning it.  It was suggested that we have a formal contract with
Don in future years.  We need to clarify what Clann is expected to 
supply. 

Black powder--how much?  After considerable discussion it was decided to
keep 5-6 pounds for our needs at Farmington and send the rest to
Tactical.  The Quartermaster was directed to buy more powder.

Apparently Tactical needs cannon fuse cord.  This is an item we do not
stock.

Des Moines Ren Faire:  Are fire pits allowed?  Need to check with Maeve.

October Events -- seem to be on track.

Next Year -- Lisa G suggested that we look again at the Wisconsin Ren
Faire for 2007.

OLD BUSINESS -- Everything tabled.

NEW BUSINESS -- We will not have a Members meeting in August.  The
date conflicts with Deer River and in any case Corcoran will be closed.
There will be a Board Meeting on the 3rd Tuesday (August 15) as usual.

NEXT BOARD MEETING -- July 18.

Meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM.


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Board & Staff

If you need to contact someone associated with Clann Tartan, here is where you find out how. If you are unsure who to contact, you can always email us at: info@clanntartan.org

Board Members

President Mary McKinley 651-699-6853 mairi2@juno.com
Vice President Cate Hesser -651-917-2327   -bear@cybervalkyrie.com 
Secretary Glenn McDavid 651-490-1842 gmcdavid@comcast.net
Treasurer Bruce Yoder 651-698-8375 bruceyoder@juno.com
Quarter Master Herb Lindorff 612-827-4440 deeptinker@hotmail.com
Camp Rep. Diana Steben 612-728-1189 Rillaspins@aol.com
Company Rep. Sean McCanna  952-926-1279   macbaird@lycos.com  

Staff

Chief of Staff Rob Johnson 612.702.4274  roguerpj@mn.rr.com
Head Campfollower Julie Yoder 651.698.8375 julieyoder@juno.com
Captain Marty Byers 651.483.1173 twolodge@yahoo.com
Henchman Eric Ferguson 612.726.6364 eric@celticfringe.net
Henchman David Vavreck 612-378-1973 baethan1630@yahoo.com
Henchwoman Mia McDavid 651-490-1842 mia_mcdavid@comcast.net 
Henchwoman Maeve Kane 952.461.4666 mollmccaine@aol.com 
Henchwoman Betsy Bolton 612-359-1089  basil80@hotmail.com 

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Guilds

Sword Guild:

The Sword Guild is currently meeting at the Byers' house at 2821 Churchill Ave in Roseville. We have ample room to work about and not worry about getting too close to one another. We meet at 7:00, on the 3rd Thursday of the month (in September, it will be on the 21st). If interested, contact Marty Byers, 651-483-1173 / 651-261-5815 / twolodge@yahoo.com. I would be happy to bring new people into the Guild and hope that our numbers will soon swell.
P.S. Don't worry if you do not have a sword yet, some are available for classes.

Marty L. Byers
twolodge@yahoo.com
651-483-1173



Dance

1st & 3rd Wednesdays
Lake Hiawatha Community Center at 2701 E 44th St in Minneapolis.
Because there are one-way streets in the area, you must approach from the east on 44th St. Questions? call Mary at 651-699-6853 or Julie at 651-698-8375

2nd & 4th Tuesdays
Saint Christopher's Episcopal Church, 2300 N Hamline Ave. in St. Paul.

It is at the northeast corner of Highway 36 and Hamline Avenue (Hamline is between Snelling and Lexington). The church is actually encircled by the highway entrance ramp.
The Dance Guild gathers weekly from 7PM-9PM to learn and practice historic Scottish country dances.
For more information call:

Mary at 651-699-6853 or Julie at 651-698-8375

It's a great place to meet people!

Other Guilds

Want to learn about wool spinning, weaving, or dying? Diana Steben (651-489-2881) and Kali Pederson (651-730-5437 ) organize the Fiber Guild.

Clann Tartan has our own historic site near Duluth MN. Dun Gowan is an ongoing project, which is the site of Gaffneyis Annual Tactical in July. We are finishing the fort and beginning the construction of a village this year. Contact David Vavreck at 612-378-1973 or baethan1630@yahoo.com for further information, or to volunteer to help.

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Calendar of Events

Be sure to contact your staff
if you plan on attending a show event. Try to give at least a ten day notice when possible. This allows proper planning for the feeding of our members, and in some cases is required by event organizers to allow entry as a participant.
You can call any of the staff members listed, or send an email to staff@clanntartan.org.

SEPTEMBER 2006

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
  1 
2
STAFF MEETING
McDavid's home 11AM 
3
 
4
 
5
 
6
Dance
Lake Hiawatha Community Center 
7
 
8
 
9
Des Moines Renaissance Fair 
10
Des Moines Renaissance Fair 
11
 
12
Dance
Saint Christopher's 
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14
 
15
Night at the Pub 
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Company Drill
VA Centre park off of 54th st.
in Minneapolis.
Meet at 5348 48th ave in Minneapolis
Ferguson's residence. 
17
 
18
 
19
BOARD MEETING
Mary McKinley's home 7PM 
20
Dance
Lake Hiawatha Community Center
21
Sword Drill
7PM at the Home of Marty and Judy Byers
Call Marty 651.483.1173
twolodge@yahoo.com
  
22
 
23
CAMP DRILL
Como Park
West Picnic Area
12:00NOON—COOKING 
24
 
25
 
26
Dance
Saint Christopher's 
27
 
28
 
29
 
30
 

OCTOBER 2006

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 
2 
3 
4
Dance
Lake Hiawatha Community Center 
5
Big Island Rendezvous (education days) 
6
Big Island Rendezvous (education days) 
7
Big Island Rendezvous (Public days) 
8
Big Island Rendezvous (Public days) 
9
 
10
Dance
Saint Christopher's 
11
 
12
Mankato History Fest 
13
Mankato History Fest 
14
Mankato History Fest 
15
 
16
 
17
Big Muddy River Rendezvous 
18
Big Muddy River Rendezvous
Winona, MN
Dance
Lake Hiawatha Community Center 
19
Big Muddy River Rendezvous
Winona, MN
 
20
Big Muddy River Rendezvous
Winona, MN
Night at the Pub 
21
Big Muddy River Rendezvous
Winona, MN
 
22
Big Muddy River Rendezvous
Winona, MN 
23
 
24
Dance
Saint Christopher's 
25
 
26
 
27
 
28
CAMP DRILL
10AM to 4PM
Please call a staff
member for location 
29
 
30
 
31
 

 

Event Schedule for the 2006 Season:

Hello all,

The following is a list of the dates of the events that are currently on the schedule for this year. The staff has met and decided to keep this running list of events in the newsletter to give you a chance to get an idea of what is going on this season as well as keep you updated to changes in the schedule.

The column titled status will include the following information.

Tentative- this means that an event organizer or clann has expressed a strong enough interest in doing this event that it warrants reserving space on the calendar for the event.

Pending- this is the next stage of an event. This means that Maeve has entered serious discussion about Clann doing an event but we are still not committed to the event. You should however if possible think about wether or not you may be able to attend this event.

Scheduled- this level means that the board and staff have approve the event and we are committed to providing manpower to making the event happen. When an event is assigned this level please let Julie know as soon as possible if you can or can not attend this event.

Canceled- This means that for various reasons an scheduled event has been removed from the current season. We will try and give as much notice as we can prior to canceling an event.

If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact me regarding this matter

Thanks,
Rob Johnson.

DATE EVENT STATUS
1/1/2006 Airing of the Tartans
1st Footing
Finished
1/28/2006 Grand Day Parade Finished
2/4/2006 Torchlight Parade Finished
2/18-19/2006 Scottish Ramble Finished
4/28-30/2006 Charles City Military History Days Finished
6/3-5/2006 Wisconsin Renaissance Fair (This fair runs all weekends in June) www.wirenfaire.com Finished
6/10-12/2006 Wisconsin Renaissance Fair (This fair runs all weekends in June) www.wirenfaire.com Finished
6/10-11/2006 Olde World Renaissance Faire (Twig) http://www.owrenaissancefaire.com/ Finished
6/17-19/2006 Wisconsin Renaissance Fair (This fair runs all weekends in June) www.wirenfaire.com Finished
6/24-26/2006 Wisconsin Renaissance Fair (This fair runs all weekends in June) www.wirenfaire.com Finished
7/15/2006 MN Scottish Fair and Highland Games http://www.mnscottishfair.org/ Finished
7/14- 7/16/2006 Dun Gowan Tactical Finished
8/5-6/2005 Deer River Rendezvous/White Oak www.whiteoak.org Finished
9/9/2006-9/10/2006 MN Renaissance Festival (This fair runs weekends typically we only do one of them) Tentative
9/2-4/2006 Wisconsin Scottish Highland Games http://www.wisconsinscottish.org/ Cancelled
9/9-9/10 2006 Des Moines Renaissance Fair Scheduled
10/5-6/2006 Big Island Rendezvous (education days) Scheduled
10/7-8/2006 Big Island Rendezvous (public days) Scheduled
10/12-14/2006 Mankato History Fest Scheduled
10/17-22/2006 Big Muddy River Rendezvous Scheduled

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Maps

 
Map to Board Meetings
Bruce and Julie Yoder's Home
4736 12th Av S, Minneapolis, 55407 
Map to St. Paul location St. Christopher's- Dance
Map to Board/Quarterly/Annual Meetings
Corcoran Neighborhood Center,
3334 20th Av South, Minneapolis, MN 
Map to Lake Hiawatha Community Center
2701 E 44th St in Minneapolis

1st & 3rd Wednesdays dance location
Helleand Building
Map to Marty & Judy Byers home
Location for for Sword Drill

2821 Churchill, Roseville MN 

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Des Moines Renaissance Festival Saturday and Sunday, September 9-10 2006

Clann will be participating in the Des Moines Renaissance Festival Saturday and Sunday, September 9-10, during their Scottish weekend. Their show hours are 10-7. This will be the first year Clann has participated in this event. The site has permanent structures, including showers for participants. http://dmrenfaire.com/index.shtml

Directions:

From: Saint Paul, MN US
To: 4051 Dean Ave Des Moines, IA 50317-1662 US

1. Start out going NORTHWEST on WABASHA ST N toward 4TH ST E. (0.59 miles)
2. Merge onto I-35E S via the ramp on the LEFT. (18.75 miles)
3. Merge onto I-35 S (Crossing into IOWA). (220.44 miles)
4. Keep LEFT to take I-235 W toward DES MOINES. (3.44 miles)
5. Take the EASTON BLVD exit toward IA-163 E/E UNIVERSITY AVE EASTBOUND/US-65 N. (0.13 miles)
6. Stay STRAIGHT to go onto EASTON BLVD. (0.07 miles)
7. Turn LEFT onto E 21ST ST. (0.23 miles)
8. Turn LEFT onto IA-163 E/E UNIVERSITY AVE. (1.15 miles)
9. Turn RIGHT onto E 30TH ST/IA-46. (0.62 miles)
10. Turn LEFT onto DEAN AVE. (1.20 miles)
11. End at 4051 Dean Ave Des Moines, IA 50317-1662 US
Total Estimated Time: 3 hours, 54 minutes
Total Distance: 246.62 miles

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Big Island Albert Lea, MN October 5-8, 2006

Location
Big Island Rendevous is located in Albert Lea, MN - just off Interstate 35 about 98 miles south of the Twin Cities.
Drive Time
Allow about 2 hours from the Twin Cities.
Directions
  • From Minneapolis or Saint Paul, take I35 South to I90 in Albert Lea.
  • Take I90 West to the 90 west take exit 157 (one mile)
  • Turn Left and head South on Bridge Avenue to Hammer Road (about 1 mile).
  • Turn Right and head East on Hammer Road to the park entrance.
  • You will be able to drive on-site before and after show hours. Our camp will be located inside the park area.
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    Mankato History Festival Mankato MN Oct 12-14 2006

    Hwy 169 into Mankato;
    Left at the Hillcrest Health Care Center ( if you go past the flashing lights at Co Road 68 you've gone too far);
    Left onto Shamrock Lane;
    follow this to it's end (Jack McGowan's on the map)

     


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    Big Muddy Rendezvous Winona, MN October 17-22 2006

    Approximate Travel Distance: From Minneapolis - 139 miles (3.5 hours)
    From Saint Paul - 118 miles (3.0 hours)
    From Minneapolis:

    Take HWY94 East to HWY52 Follow HWY52 South to I-90
    Take I-90 East to MN-43 Take MN-43 exit #252 North towards Winona
    Head North on E Lake Blvd (Hwy 61), it will turn into W Lake Blvd, until you get to Co Rd 14 (Pelzer) Turn right (East) on Pelzer and follow to Riverview.
    Follow Riverview to Prairie Island Road.
    From Saint Paul:

    Take HWY61 South to Winona. In Winona, HWY61 becomes W Lake Blvd.
    Turn left (East) on Pelzer and follow to Riverview. Follow Riverview to Prairie Island Road.


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