Turkey Valley @ 50

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Turkey Valley @ 50
Fort Atkinson, Iowa
Jason Gordon of Iowa Falls has been
coming to Rendezvous Days in Ft.
Atkinson for 10 years.  He also does
several Civil War Re-Enactments each
We visited with him about what it
was like for the soldiers at the Fort in the
1840s and we also have the cannon going
off at the end of the report...
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A Winter Wonderland
The bridge near the park by Fort Atkinson where we played our
children play, our parents play, and even their parents played and
hopefully many more generations will play in this beautiful area.
The beauty by The Turkey River near
Fort Atkinson headed toward Calmar
"Hallmark" Scene in Fort Atkinson
The 35th Annual Fort
Atkinson Rendezvous Days

"School Day" this year hosted over 1000
students from 26 different schools.  
Former Turkey Valley teacher Al Becker is
one of the events organizers and we had
a chance to visit with him as well as watch
him and others blow off a cannon
See and hear it on this report......

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Former Turkey Valley Standout Named
Missouri Valley Conference
"Player of the Week"

Haley Kriener
who helped lead Turkey Valley to 2 state tournaments in softball
(2006,2008) was named the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the
Week yesterday (4/22/2013).

University of Northern Iowa third baseman had an impressive
performance this weekend against the Indiana State Sycamores.

Kriener was a threat at the plate throughout the weekend going six-
for-nine with seven RBI and a home run.

Kriener’s offensive attack played a key role in UNI’s success this
weekend sweeping Indiana State in a three-game series. Kriener’s
1.000 slugging percentage and .636 on-base percentage each set the
pace for the Panthers. Kriener also was credited with a stolen base.

Kriener is considered one of the top softball players in the history of
Turkey Valley and was a four year starter at third base for the
Trojans and was a first team all-state selection her junior and senior
seasons (2008 & 2009).

The UNI senior is from Fort Atkinson and the daughter of Jim and Dana

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