On Sunday July 25th, the Jordan Alers and Jordan Millers will be playing a double header at the Jordan Mini Met with all proceeds going to help with accumulating medical bills for Mary. Residents can support a lifelong member of the community by attending the double header or donating to Mary’s Benefit at a participating location.
Where: Jordan Mini-Met. (Cash or check donations are accepted at Pekarna’s Meat Market and Frandsen Bank)
Fall is here! Join St. John the Baptist Catholic Church this Sunday at the 2019 Fall Festival.
What: St. John the Baptist Catholic Church’s annual Fall Festival – 2019 edition. There are activities for the whole family including funland for kids, bingo, a meat raffle, and you can even watch the big game from the SJB Sports Lounge Tent complete with Roets beer!
The City of Jordan would like to thank everyone that attended the Grassmann Park Grand Opening last Saturday! We hope you had fun competing on the new Challenge Course! We had some very skilled competitors, check out their race times below:
1st Place**Cami Smith
2nd Place**Layla Bennett
3rd Place**CC Raser
1st Place**Liam Halvorson
2nd Place**Sam Lynch
3rd Place**Tallon Choate
1st Place**Jonathon Vienthong
2nd Place**Lilly Lynch
3rd Place**Braxton Roberts
1st Place**Coen Backlund
2nd Place**Mikayla Kangas
3rd Place**Owen Halvorson
1st Place**Sawyer Schettz
2nd Place**Jackson Smith
3rd Place**Ethan Strack
1st Place**Matthew Goodwin
2nd Place**Izabel Mackenthun
1st Place**Mitch Pajciz
2nd Place**Roth Knight
3rd Place**Bruce Mackenthun
Special Guest Leif Sundberg**
We are looking forward to the community using and enjoying Grassmann Park for years to come! Please remember to be mindful of the Challenge Course Rules:
Join the MN Senior Men’s Amateur Baseball Association (MSMABA) as it celebrates its 40th year! The league was founded in 1979 with just 4 teams – Jordan residents formed some of those first teams. At present, the league has 60 teams with the Millers and Alers representing the City of Jordan.
This event will host MSMABA Hall of Famers, Ex MLB players, Sportswriters, and food catered by Clancy’s. Fans can enjoy a Social Hour celebrating the league’s 40th anniversary, followed by a Hall of Fame Induction ceremony with the Hall of Fame Game played between the Jordan Millers and Alers!
5:30 pm – Social Hour
6:15 pm – Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
7:30 pm – Hall of Fame Game – Jordan Millers v. Jordan Alers
Saturday, May 18, 2019 – Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course, 21775 Ridges Drive, Jordan MN
Schedule of Events Event:
11:15 AM-12:45 PM Lunch Reception:
11:45 AM-12:45 PM National Anthem
1st Bag Toss: 12:15 PM
Bags Tournament Start: 12:30 PM
Shotgun Tournament Start: 1:00 PM
Complimentary Reception: 5:00-6:00
Banquet: 6:30 PM
Program/Auctions: 7:00 PM – (Open to the Public)
Pricing of Golf & Bags: Pricing Golf: $110 per person (limited to the first 120 registered golfers)
Bean Bags: $50 per person (limited to the first registered 36 teams of 2) Banquet Only: $30 per person (limited to the first 150 registered guests – all ages)
Our Story Continues;
On June 2, 2017, at the age of 21, Nick lost his battle with mental illness.
Many people who know Nick credit him for always being there for when they were suffering and struggling; he would drop everything to be there for a friend in crisis. Even with the support of his family, partner Brian, close friends and though he tried to help himself by reaching out for help by getting psychiatric care and medication, in the end, the lies told by mental illness took him from us.
It is because of Nick that we are continuing “his story” by joining forces with NAMI MN to raise awareness for mental illness and erase the stigma associated with suicide.
For more information about NAMI Minnesota, go to their website – www.namihelps.org.
We welcome you to join us in our efforts to raise money for mental illness awareness, suicide prevention, education in schools and to support our charitable partner, NAMI Minnesota.
Remit Form and Check Payable to The Nickel Open Fund: P.O. Box 161 Jordan, MN 55352
The Internal Revenue Service recognizes The Nickel Open Fund as a section 501(c)(3) organization (EIN: 82-5196694).
Business of the Week: Jordan Deputy Registrar – John Breunig
Everyone says they have the best employees but everyone else might just be wrong. Since 1978 we have had the one of the best employees you could ask for. You will have a hard time arguing with us that we don’t just have the best.
John Breunig is retiring and today is his last day. He has been the fabric of our customer service at our DMV for so many years and we have all been very spoiled. John’s infectious attitude of helping other has molded our staff to try to do the same. He helps and cares for people which makes the rest of our staff want to help each other and care for one another. Our Deputy Registrar office is known throughout the area to have some of the best customer service in a very challenging customer service business. John is one of the main reasons for this. He has taught every staff member at the City the meaning of helping people with a smile, sometimes a joke and enjoying your job. John is truly one of the nicest people you will meet and he makes our community that much better by him doing his thing. At his job, around town and just the way he lives his life, he makes our community better.
So many people come in our office each day and ask for John already. Its always, “Is John here?” We have bets that might happen for many years after he retires. Each time it does happen from now on, we will have a tear in the corner of our eyes but still get a fond memory of working with our friend & co-worker, John Breunig. Not that you are gone from our lives, just our work lives. You will need to come visit us. Maybe at 5:00pm every day for Jeopardy.
Our community is going to miss John as our Deputy Registrar. We as a city are going to miss him very much every day. If you see him around town wish him well in his retirement. He deserves all the best for the job he has done for us all for so many years. We hope you have a long and happy retirement. You earned big guy. Thank you, John!
“Well done, good and faithful servant!” – Matthew 25:23
Now some about the Jordan Deputy Registrar Office at City Hall. We are sure John doesn’t want this all be about him: Here are our hours and what services we can provide for you. Please buy your tabs & licenses from us and a part of the fees does stay with the City. This helps us and potentially could help keep your taxes down. Plus we are convenient and provide extremely friendly services.
City of Jordan
Deputy Registrar # 110
210 1st Street East (City Hall)
Jordan, MN 55352
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30am-5:00pm
Transactions we provide for you locally:
Motor Vehicles, DNR, Fast Track Titles, Notary Available, and Limited Driver License
Our Deputy Licensing Services:
Duplicate Driver License
Change of Address
Title Transfer, Plates, & Registration available for:
Untitled Trailer & Titled Trailers
Passenger Cars & One Ton Trucks
Farm Trucks & Trailers-Quarterly Registration also available
What is ICE GOLF? Golf with a tennis ball on ice and snow!
Put together your 4-some and join us at the Mill Pond in Lagoon Park.
Saturday, February 17, 2018
11 AM Registration
Noon – Shotgun start
Cost of the Event:
– $15.00 for 9-holes of golf (includes 2 drink tickets for the awards ceremony at Clancy’s)
-$10.00 for golfers under 21 (no drink tickets) – Age’s 12 and under golf Free
**All Pre-Registered Players entered into a Door Prize Drawing. Must be present to WIN ***
Other on ice games & food include:
Best Cooler Competition
Best Dressed Team
Food and water available. (BYOB though)
There will be Bonfires around the course to warm you up.
Interested in being a hole Sponsor? There are still Sponsorships available.