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UP COMING EVENTS​

​-"The Mountain Between Us", November 25 & 26 Rialto ll Theater
-Community Thanksgiving Meal. November 23, 2017 at 12:30 at the 
Evangelical Free Church of Geneva, 230 N 17th Street
-Firemen's 9th Annual Comedy Show featuring Josh Snedd, Nov 25th @ 7:30, Fillmore County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5:00. Tickets $20. Dinner 5:30-7:00 by Geneva Rescue Squad, Free Will, band "Blinker Fluid 9:30-12:30
-"It's A Wonderful Life", Friday, December 1 at 7pm at the Rialto II Theater, Geneva. Free Movie, Pop & Popcorn provided by Senator Ebke
-Pictures with Santa, Heartland bank-Geneva branch,Decemberr 2, 
9 to 11
-Pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, Plains Equipment Group, December 2, 9 to 11a.m.

NEWS


-Retailers Gear-up for Holidays & featherB's Opens
-Perennial Public Power and Bluestem Energy Solutions hold groundbreaking on three wind towers
-Fortigen Geneva L.L.C. is at the end of pre-commissioning
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Retailers Gear-up for the Holidays
Many of the retailers in Fillmore County are gearing up for the holidays and have had or are planning special shopping events and extended hours for their customers. Several stores are having special sales the week-end before Thanksgiving and many will be celebrating Small Business Saturday on November 25th.
It is exciting that a new entrepreneurial business “featherB’s" is opened with an open house on November 17th.  Brooke Brown has been working hard to get her new business open in time for the holidays.  Feather B’s is at 119 N10th ST in Geneva
  

        Perennial Public Power and Bluestem            Energy Solutions Groundbreaking November 3rd 
Perennial Public Power and Bluestem Energy Solutions held an official groundbreaking on November 3rd for the Fillmore County Wind Farm just west of Fairmont along U.S. Highway 6 where one of the three wind towers will be located
The Fillmore County Wind Farm will have a 6.9 MW distribution.  Development, permitting and construction activities stared over a year ago and the proposed commercial operation date is slated for the first quarter in 2018.
Perennial will be purchasing all of the energy from the facility according to Jamey Pankoke, general manager of Perennial Public Power.  Perennial will be able to offer their customers rates and products with low carbon characteristics.  Their customers can value these products right at the point of consumption through Bluestem’s distribution connected generation project. “We realize that some of our customers would like to see us become more involved in environmentally friendly energy generation, and this project will allow us to do that,” Pankoke said.   
“The economic growth that Jamey, his board and staff have helped create is very unique to rural areas right ow.  Perennial Public Power’s service territory is an excellent example of rural economic development and creation of opportunities for outside investment, economic activity and property tax relief through growth strategies,” said Adam R. Herink, vice-president of Bluestem Energy solutions.  “It is obvious the board of Perennial is listening to their member and making sound decisions for the future” he continued. 
  
A Little Inspiration & Geneva Floral
Weaver Pharmacy​
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 Fortigen Geneva L.L.C. anhydrous ammonia plant is at the end of pre-commissioning and moving into their commissioning and startup phase according to Chris Hayhurst, plant CCO and General Manager. 





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