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The Ladies of the Minnesota Land Improvement 
Contractors Association are a busy bunch.  The saying goes:  "Behind every successful man is a woman."  That little phrase pretty much describes the role of the contractor's wife.  Some wives have a career of their own, some stay at home and keep the house and kids in order, some help in the day to day duties with the contractor, but they all fill an important role.  

The MN LICA ladies raise money for the MN LICA scholarship fund and other projects by holding tee shirt/sweatshirt sales, quilt raffles and the like.  

These busy women find time to be involved with the men of LICA and have become an important part of the MN LICA.  A few women hold officer positions on the Board of Directors and have even been President.

A contractor's wife has to be a psychologist, a mind reader, a good listener, and have the patience to withstand the long hours and hectic schedules.   

The MN LICA Chapter Ladies are great examples of what it takes to be a contractor's wife.


The MnLICA Ladies are looking for YOUR help in new ideas for fundraising projects.  
Put your thinking cap on and let's give the Ladies hand!

Send your bright idea to:
Jeanie Bakken

Nordis Estrem - July 2018

                2- cups cooked chicken, diced
                1-Tablespoon minced onion
                1-Teaspoon salt
                Mix all together and refrigerate for several hours or overnight.
                Then add the following when ready to serve or with-in the hour.
                1-cup grapes
                1-cup diced celery
                1-cup cooked macaroni rings or shells
                1-cup mandarin oranges
                ½ cup slivered almonds
                1-cup salad dressing
                Mix all together and refrigerate until ready to serve.
                Just before serving, mix all with 1-cup whipped cream.


                 5 # boneless Pork Butt Shoulder Roast
                 1-1/2 tsp. smoked paprika
                 2 tsp. pepper
                 1 tsp Cayenne pepper
                 1 tsp. dried thyme
                 1 tsp. garlic powder 
                 ½ tsp. salt : 
                 Combine these top ingredients in a bowl & rub over roast.

                 Use a 6 quart slow cooker.
                 Add 1-cup water and cover & cook on low for 6-8 hours or until tender.
                 Place on a cutting board and let rest 15 minutes.
                 Pull—cut –or chop to serve on buns with BBQ sauce.

                 Serves 16-20

Got a great recipe you would like to share with the world?  
E-mail or send it snail mail to:  
   Jeanie Bakken - 9600 S. Dennison Blvd, 
Northfield, MN 55057-4547