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Thursday, January 1, 2009 Community Page 3 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Do,00r00 for Birth Scholars meet Brutser twins The Kimball Area Dollars for Scholars Chapter will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009, at the Kimball Church of Christ meeting room. All parents, retired persons, KAHS alumni and interested par- ties are invited to become a part of this organization. Meetings are held once a month, Septem- ber through June. If you have any questions, contact president Paula Capes (320) 398-3337 or Alice Rob- inson at 398-5902. Legion and Auxiliary meetings The Kimball Legion Auxiliary Jeremy and Melissa (Anderson) has a new schedule for meetings. Brutger and big brother Jackson, Theywill meet on the first Tuesday age 2 1/2, are proud to announce of each month at 7:30 p.m. the arrival of twins to their family The next meeting of both the in Hanover, Minn. Legion and Auxiliary is set for Julia Lynnae weighed 7 pounds Tuesday, Jan 6, 2009. The Auxil- 8ounces, andshewas 19 l/2inches iarywill meet at V:30 p.m., and the long. Jared Matthew weighed Legion at 8 p.m. 7 pounds 7 ounces, and he was Christian Women&apos;s club meets Jan. 8 How do you shorten those long- winter blues ladies? Think good friends, great food and uplifting entertainment at the "Sew and Tell" brunch 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, at Reichel's Catering,Annan- dale. You don't have to sew a stitch to enjoy the morning with Patty Knight representing Annandale Embroidery or the "warm" melo- dies offered up by Bev Sorensen of Annandale. You'll feel "sew" encouraged by speaker, Jodi Sell- ers of Lakeville, as she threads her talk around "Father Knows Best". Invite your friends and make res- ervations by calling (320) 274-8741 or (320) 274-5395. Nursery is available for $1 per morn, with reservations as well. This event is sponsored by the Annandale Christian Women's Club. Brtdal shower A "come-and-go" bridal shower is planned for Kim Vogler, bride- to-be of Mark (Welby) Marschel. This is from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 3, at Shorty and Lia's Laborers' Lounge in Watkins. The couple is registered at Tar- get, J.C. Penneys, and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Car00 qf The family of Mary Sanders would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and dona- tions. It is so wonderful to have fam- ily, friends, and people who have shown us so much support during this time. Mary Sanders and boys Letter to the Edttor My view of Vilsack President-elect Obama's choice of former Iowa Governor Tom Vii- sack as Secretary of Agriculture has gotten as much or more atten- tion as any cabinet appointment. There have been Vilsack detrac- tors, the most vigorous from among the foes of agricultural biotech- nology. And some farm organiza- tions expressed concern, behind the scenes, about Vilsack's desire to reform farm programs. Last month I stuck my neck out and said that I think Vilsack is a good choice <www.cfra.org/ blog>. He and I don't always agree, but he's smart and he listens. He shares Obama's views on reform- ing farm programs, investing the savings in conservation and rural development, and on the need for livestock market reforms, such as banning packer ownership of live- stock and ending volume-based price discrimination. Vilsack's biggest challenge will be bringing his skills and intelli- gence to the task of supporting the president and implementing their shared vision. Toward that end, .the Center recently launched a grassroots letter to Secretary Vilsack <www. cfra.org/O8/grassroots-letter>. We will deliver the letter, with signa- tures and comments, to Secretary Vilsack personally. Over 1,100 have signed and many have added their thoughts on needed reforms. At the Center, we will continue working to ensure that President Obama and Secretary Vilsack live up to their potential and their promises to rural America. We will keep fighting for a rural Amer- ica that offers genuine opportu- nity to all who live there. We will fight alongside Obama and Vilsack when we can, but we'll also take them on when we have to. We've done it before. John Crabtree, <johnc@cfra.org> Center for Rural Affairs 20 1/2 inches long. They were born at Buffalo Hospital Dec. 15, 2008. Grandparents are Lynne Ander- son of Jackson, Minn., and Gerald (Jerry) and Renee Brutger of Kim- ball. Great-grandparents are Dean and Delores Anderson of Jackson, Arlette Swanson of Lakefield, and Marcella (Sally) Brutger of Kimball. Nelson is OIC Patty (Nystrom) Nelson of Kim- ball will be Officer In Charge (OIC) at the Kimball Post Office as of Fri- day, Jan. 2. Long-time Postmaster Scott Lindemann will retire as of that same day. Nelson will serve as acting Post- master until a permanent replace- ment is named. That process could take months, and it is possible Nelson could eventually be named Postmaster in Kimball. Nelson began her postal career in 1997 as a substitute carrier in South Haven. She and husband Terry have three daughters and a foster daughter, and they live in Maine Prairie Township. retiring January 2, 2009, Friday, January 10 at Triple R Grill & Bar