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Volume 4 Issue 5

New Face Coming to Jubon

By Co Founder: Bonnie Meier

Very soon a new face will represent Jubon to nearby communities.Rick Roghair, long time cohort of Co Owner Bonnie Meier, will join Jubon as soon as the current school year is over.Rick is currently teaching elementary music in the MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District. He also serves as part time Director of Children’s Ministry
at the Alton First Reformed Church.Rick and Bonnie worked together in the Central Office of both the Colfax-Mingo Community School District and the Sioux Central Community School District.They were also partners in Sherwood Forest Grants for three years and brought in millions of dollars for their clients, which included schools in Iowa and Minnesota, nonprofits, energy efficiency grants, USDA Value Added grants, and others.We welcome Rick to Jubon.


Centrum Arts & FOTo and Jubon Juweelen have coupons on Jubon

By Co-Founder: Bonnie Meier

Centrum Arts & Foto has a coupon that will give the user a free mat that is in stock with any custom frame purchase. This coupons expires May 25th, so hurry in for your savings.

Jubon Juweelen has a coupon good until the end of the month for a free mini with any $5.00 purchase of disc golf equipment. Disc golfers, come on in and see the latest shipment from Innova Champion Discs.



Tulip Festival still a great success Even without Tulips

By Co-Founder: Bonnie Meier

Another Tulip Festival is in the books. With the unseasonably warm start to the year, our timing was off and the crowds had to do without our famous tulip gardens as they graced Orange City with their beauty as early as March this year.

All who joined in the festivities were met with warm weather with only a slight rain late in the evening on Saturday. If you haven't had the pleasure of partaking in a Tulip Feastival, it is a time for families to get together and celebrate their heritage.

One of the more exciting announcements for the weekend came from Sally Bixby, president of the 2013 Tournament of Roses. Sally came to Orange City to officially invite the Pride of the Dutchmen band to march in next year’s Rose Parade in Pasadena, California. Orange City is very proud of the MOC-Floyd Valley band which is unique due to the fact that they march in wooden shoes. This provides an extra percussive effect that is electrifying.

The Orange City Tulip Festivalhistorically starts the third Thursday of May and lasts for 3 days.