November 2017 Heartbeat

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November 2017 Heartbeat

HELLO!

Just as the cobblers’ children have no shoes, the communications company’s customers have not heard from them in months! Sorry!

We’ve been busy being productive, happy, and telling stories about the good people we represent.
It has been a season of change, progress, and growth.

Did you know…

Barb began serving as president of the US Animal Health Association during the organization’s annual meeting in October. We are very proud of her achievement and leadership in a second national organization serving livestock producers. This along with her 4-H Club, volunteer positions, and those two precious grandchildren in Kansas City keep her happily busy!

Katie and her boyfriend, Derek, had a prolific garden and learned how to can their produce this year! We’re envious! She also added to her brood of nieces and nephews who occupy a big piece of her life – one niece, Mia, officially by adoption this summer and beautiful baby Elise shortly after.

Jen’s Ryder is almost four months old and rolled all the way over for the first time last week. Woohoo! Jen also decided her gall bladder had to go! We wish her a continued good recovery. And she was recently elected to serve on the Kiron City Council!

Ann completed service with two volunteer jobs this year – Northwest District Committee on Ministry, where she was registrar, and Iowa Judicial District 2B Nominating Committee. Now she’s assisting her husband as he prepares to retire in January – lots of hoops to be cleared!

We hope you will take a few minutes to visit our website and scroll through our portfolio of work, always updated, to show you the projects we have proudly completed.

THANKSGIVING GREETINGS

Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.
– William Arthur Ward

We wish you a joyful Thanksgiving and offer our gratitude for your friendship, business, and support in this season and always.

Heartland Marketing Group will be closed to observe the Thanksgiving holiday on November 23 and 24.

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