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Thursday, January 13,2011 Page 5 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Kimball Schools Enrichment Program highlights Hello from the Kimball Schools things. In January we will be think- Enrichment Program. We have ing about snow and ice. We will be been having_a terrific fall and win- making snow people and also using ter. We don't mind the cold weather, warm water to squirt toys out of ice. we are so busy that we are staying We will talk about wearing the cot- warm. rect winter clothes to stay warm This fall we talked about the and safe. We will also be joining the changing seasons, how the leaves other preschool classes and g9 to change and the rain turns to snow. see the play Alexander and the Ter- We love to play outside and check rible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad out the weather every day that we Day. We are so excited! can. We watched the leaves on the In February we will be celebrat- trees change and then collected a ingValentines Day! We will be dec- bunch and made a cool autumn orating our room with beautiful wreath. We also painted and glit- hearts and making special cards for tered beautiful leaves and deco- the people that we love the most, rated our room with them. Our our parents. room is always festive and fun. For The year is flying by and we are Thanksgiving we made pretty mr- keeping busy and making more keys and talked about being thank- " friends all the time. If you have any ful for what we have. questions about our Enrichment This winter we celebrated the Program or would like more infor- Christmas holiday. We had a fire- mation you can call Maggie at (320) place and two Christmas trees in 398-7700 Ext. 217, or Lisa at (320) our room. We laced stockings that 398-7700 Ext 215. we hung by our fireplace, made Have a great winter, trucks hauling trees, alphabet Lisa Silbernagel/ pine trees, candy canes painted Kimball Enrichment Program with marbles and lots of other fun Kimball schools Menu Jan. 17-21 Tuesday: Chicken Alfredo over Breakfast pasta or Italian turkey sandwich, Monday-No School, Martin vegetable medley, garlic bread, Luther King, Jr. Day. pineapple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Tator tot hot dish Tuesday: Breakfast burrito, juice or ham & cheese on wheat, cucum- choice, milk. ber ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, Wednesday: Sausage gravy over cantaloupe wedge, milk. biscuit, fruit choice, milk. Thursday: Homemade chili Thursday: Scrambled eggs & with cheese or corn dog, carrots, sausage, slice of toast, juice choice, sliced wheat bread, watermelon, milk. milk. Friday: Sausage & cheese on an Friday: Chicken Parmesan over English muffin, fruit choice, milk. pasta or cheeseburger on wheat, Lunch sweet peas, sliced wheat bread, Monday-No School, Martin Mandarin oranges, milk. Luther King, Jr. Day. .imball senior Dini//Lq M//U Jan. 17-21 Monday-"500": BBQ riblet, O'Brien potatoes, corn, wheat bread, ice cream. Tuesday-Euchre, Beach Day: Party hot dog on a bun, sunny pasta salad, calico bean bake, s'mores bars. Wednesday: Chicken Mari- nara, egg noodles, Italian lettuce salad, green & wax beans, cowboy cookie. Thursday-Blood Pressures- Specials of the Day Friday-Bingo: Hamburger rice hotdish, broccoli Normandy, warm fruit compote, pumpkin bar. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. 2010 (from page 4) For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are avail- able at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Par- tially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council of Aging as part of the Older Amer- icans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. KAHS Financial ] Aid Night Jan. 24 Kimball Area High School (KAHS) will preserit Financial Aid Night beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 24, in the high school cafeto- rium. Senior students and their par- ents are invited (juniors are also welcome to attend). Anita Baugh, Director of Finan- cial Aid and Institutional Research at St. Cloud Technical and Commu- nity College will be presenting and answering questions. Please contact Jay Klein, Kimball Area High School Counselor, if you have any questions at , or (320) 398- 7700, ext. 320. 6 J'J~_..,,fibl'/~i~ GhildrenlO ! IAVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES; BANQUETS, WEDDINGS & ANNIVERSAI~IES I REAL R'i' Area students excel on dean's lists Theywent to Diva's, State Bank of ~" SCSU dean's list majors, minors and pre-profes- Kimball, Images by Marguerite, ! and Knaus Sausage House. St. Cloud State University has sional programs that hold nearly iiI announced the names of 1,488 every available national accred- MayArrivals:JaeleeMaeVana- I am taking listing: students whose academic achieve- itation. The 100-acre campus is sek was born in May to Jason and from 2010. Unlike many real estate companies, I am not wanting every mont placocl thorn on the fall located about an hour northwest T0nya Vanasek. listingI can get my hands on As my twenty plus years oi~experlenee have semester dean's list. To be eligible of Minneapolis along the banks of Departures: Luella "Lou" Klein, 81, died May 4. Dorthy Kalkbrenner, 70, died May 6. Carolyn Kaml, 62, died May 8. David Olson, 81, died May 9. Zelda Stein, 107, died May 10. Luella Theis, 90, died May 21. Helen Johnson, 91, died May 24. for the honor, students must have the Mississippi River. a grade point average of 3.75 or Gustavus Adolphus College Fall higher on a 4.0 scale, dean's list Among them are: The Fall Semester dean's list at From Kimball: Harrison Dean Gustavus Adolphus College has Hancock, College of Science and been released. The list comprises Engineering, Mechanical Engi- students who have earned a 3.7 neering; Lisa Marie Hennen, Col- grade-point average (based on a lege of Education, Early Childhood scale in which 4.0 = A) or higher for Education; Mindy Leigh Hurrle, the semester ending in December College of Social Sciences, Psy- 2010. chology; Carol Elizabeth Kuhn, The following local students College of Fine Arts and Humani- were named to the Dean's List at ties, English. Gustavus Adolphus College: 2010/To 10 taught me: take only what I can service well and provide the seller with a sale! Not just a sign in the ground. Whether it's a million-dollar property, or a ten thousand, there is a buyer for every one- finding buyers is what I do, Listing or auction I will get it SOLD! Kerry E. 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