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Thursday, January 15, 2009 Classifieds Tri-County_ News * Kimball, MN Community J Saturday-Sunday, Jan. 17-18, Second annual Upper Midwest Model T Snowmobile Rally in Cokato. (320) 286-2427, <www. modeltfordsnowmobile.com>. Monday, Jan. 19, 6 p.m., Kim- ball Lions. Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1:30 p.m., Friendship tea at St. Anthony Manor (131 Church St., Suite 250) in Watkins. Door prize. Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1-7 p.m., Red Cross Bloodmobile at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Kimball. Lu Ann Marschel, 398-7282. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 5-7 p.m., Spaghetti supper sponsored by KUMC youth, at Kimball United Methodist Church; suggested donation $2. Saturday, Jan. 24, 10 a.m., Snowmobile/sportsman consign- ment auction at Lampi Auction- eers, Annandale. Monday, Jan. 26, 7-8:30 p.m., Colorectal cancer support group at Christ the King Church in Hutchin- son, sponsored by Hutchinson Area Health Care. Contact Keith or Jeanette Krommenhoek (320) 587- 8181, or Duane or Deb Thorpe at (320) 587-6089. Tuesday, Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m., Kim- ball Legion Auxiliary; 8 p.m., Legion meets. Tuesday, Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m., Wat- kins Legion. Wednesday, Feb. 4, 5-7 p.m., Spaghetti supper sponsored by KUMC youth, at Kimball United Methodist Church; suggested donation $2. Sunday, Feb. 8, 1:30-4 p.m., "Life after loss: Finding hope for renewed living" with Sandy Han- sen speaker, at 1900 Centra Care Circle (Windfeldt Room) in St. Cloud: sponsored by Life Transi- tions Services. $5. Pre-register at (320) 529-0427. Saturday, Apr. 4, 5 p.m., Barber- shop Bash & Buffet Night for ages 50+; St. Cloud Singing Saints and chicken buffet; contact Kimball Community Ed. at 398-7700 x114. Friday, April 17, second annual Ducks Unlimited Sportsmens Night Out, at Generations Ball- room: maximum of 200 tick- ets to be sold; watch for future announcements. Saturday, Jan. 24, 5-8:30 p.m., Crock n' Roll chili cookoff at Holy Cross School (see ad on page 3). Saturday, Jan. 24, 5-11 p.m., Third annual Cold Spring Jaycees Soup and Chili Bowl at Cold Spring Brewery Distribution Center. (See story on page 14 for details.) Sunday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m.-noon. St. Wendelin's Parish Ham, Pan- cake & Egg Breakfast, at Mary Hall in Luxemburg; bake sale and raf- fle too. Thursday, Feb. 5, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Appreciation night/open house for "Monster" Mike Schultz at Dondelinger Chevrolet-Cadil- lac in Baxter. Gary Walton at (218) 829-7958. Help Wanted Lost & Found Work Wanted Automotive For Rent For the t 5 weeks, you can run a (up to 20 words At $6 a week times 5 weeks, that's $30 cost as a regular subscription for a in the information below, call or bring it in by 2 Monday, and we'll run your classified that week if your subscription is current). OR start a new subscripti( weeks of classified ads for FREE. commercial ads, please.We reserve the right to ads to subscribers only (not family), and to reject ads deemed unsu tab e My Name: For Sale Business Opp'ty FREE Classified Ad Request [lI currently subscribe to the Tri-County News, subscription is paid up through Jail 31, 2009. or beyond. [I'd like to start or a new subscription and get my free classified ads. Enclosed is the subscription coupon above. Please run my ad below for (circle one) 1 2 3 4 5 weeks and free ads will not run beyond]an. 31, 2009. Education Government Friday, Jan. 16, End of second quarter (Kimball schools). Saturday, Jan. 17, Girl Scout cookie orders being taken; call (320) 398-6031 to order from Troop 83 of Kimball. Sunday, Jan. 18, 4:30 p.m., Junior Auxiliary meeting at Kim- ball Legion. Monday, Jan. 19, NO SCHOOL (Martin Luther King Jr. Day); Teacher workshop. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 6:30 15.m., Kimball school board meeting. (320) 398-5585. Thursday, Jan. 22; 6-7:30 p.m., Game night at Kimball Public Library; pre-register at 398-3915. Saturday, Jan. 24, boys and girls youth soccer clinic (for ages 6-12) at St. Cloud" State University. Monday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m., New family registration open house at Holy Cross School in Marty (Pearl Lake); (320) 398-7885. Monday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m., Finan- cial Aid night for college-bound KAHS students and their par- ents. Contact Jay Klein at 398-7700 x320. Monday, Feb. 2, 3:30 p.m. Kim- ball Spelling Bee (at KAHS cafeto- rium); contact Tabitha Mortenson at 398-7700 ext. 103. LOST 1/7/09: Yellow Lab, 2-yearld male, south of Kim- ball; blue collar with tags. Please call (320) 3984255. Tuesday, Jan. 20 (NOTE DATE CHANGE), 7 p.m., Kimball City Council meeting, Kimball City Hall. (320) 398-2725. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 6:30 p.m., Kimball school board meeting. (320) 398-5585. Wednesday, Jan. 28. 2009, 6:30 p.m., Clearwater River Watershed District Board of Managers Work Session, Kimball City Hall. Thursday, Jan. 29 (NOTE DATE AND TIME CHANGE), 6:30 p.m., Maine Prairie Township meeting; (320) 398-2905. CROP ADJUSTER OPPORTUNmES Rural Community Insurance Services, a Wells Fargo company and a leader in Ble crop insurance indusW, currently has mulliple flexible Crop Adjuster posilJons available to work in Minnesota. Incumbents will of- rice out of their homes. These posilions are not benefit eligible. Candidates will possess excellent cornmunicalion and cu service skills and basic PC skills. There are some physical requirements, including climbing grain bins and walk- ing fields. Travel required. Crop adjusling experience preferred, but willing to in. To apply online, visit www.wellsfargo.com/ careers, click on Fd a Job, in lhe Requisi- lion Number box enter 3262897 click on Search, put a checkmark in the box under Select, click on Apply Now and follow prompts. Deadline to apply is February 28, 2009. Wells Fargo is an AffinT Action and Equal Opporlnity Employer, M/F/D/V. 2009 Wells Faigo Bank, NA All rights reserved M4.9 JUNK CAR removal service. We pay cash for your junk car. (800) 3980566. tCr FOR S/M.E: 1992 F150 Ford 2VVD w/topper, extended cab, hitch & new battery. 302 V8; 110,000 ac- hJal miles. (320) 3986078. 5f DONATE VEHCI F: Receive $1,000 gro- cery coupons, your choice. Noah's Arc, no kill animal shers. Advanced veterinary lrealments. Free towing, IRS tax deduclJon. Non-runners 866./912-GIVE Iv149 SCHWEISS BITOLD DESIGNER DOORS And the "neW' hydraulic onepiece doors. Call 800/7468273. Visit our webe at www.bifold.com. Lose no heclroorn, tq 100% RECESSION PROOF Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local vending route. Includes 30 machines and candy all for $9:995. 888./776-3066 M49 GLrrrERS! Seamless, 15 years experience. Senior discount. (320) 236-7785. tfrA FOR RENT: St. Anthony Manol in Watldns has openings. St. Anthony Manor is a 36- unit apartment complex for those 62 years and older, or if you have some type of disability. Tenants pay 30% of their monthly income for rent. The building pays for tenants' heat, water/septic, and garbage. Tenants pay for their own electricity. There is an optional hot noon meal offered Monday-Friday. Home care is available 24 hours per day to those that need services. Please call Eileen at (320) 764- 5600 for more information. We hope that you will join our community! I" ..... " .... =-- "l i i I i 00l-Coun News !liG: ...... ty Always something to read.., i i Tri-County News Subscription Form: [21Nw IRENF.WAC] 3 $30/year for mailing in Minnesota or  $40/year for mailing out-of-state .] $20/year SENIOR rate in Minnesota [l $30/year SENIOR rate out-state i (SENIORS are age 62 and older) "ame' Telephone- I Itddress l City/ State l Zip: !1 I:ZZE?00 00Z"2007?T7 "' .............. ! I_ _ Tell_Fax (_320)3_98=5000 _ 2 Page 15 Kimball Area Emergency " Food Sbelf Inc. St. Anne's Church in Kimball Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours emergencies call one of the area churches. DIESEL ECHNICIAN Select Ford Wliston ND. Hun. Customers waiting Great oppor- Jnity for cerlJfied, experienced technicians. Full benefits, great pa Bonus for Ford Cer- ficaon! 800/594-9454 estecklerlect- fordrnercury.corn M4 CONTRACT SALESPERSONS To sell aerial photography of farms on commission ba sis. $500($8000/monlh. Proven product and earnings. Travel requb%l; sales expeff ence preferred. 877./882-3566. M4o CLASS A CDL DRIVERS Novco; a spec ized carrier, is expanding. OTR experience req. Exc. pay and benefits. Call 800/894- 7981 or a.[. ly or www.novco.net t9 AREA REPRESENTATIVES to place and monitor foreign exchange students with volunteer host families. Independent co |factor  compensa|ion and ining. $1,000 per shJdent. Visit CCExchange. com/arearep.aspx 800/6344771 9 FOR RENT." 1-BR apartment in Kim-Haven senior citizen complex in Kimball. For senior citizen, handi- capped or disabled. Rental assis- tance available, Sec. 8 accepted. (320) 3986118. Equal Housing Opportunity. Provider. 36tfr ONE MONTH RENT FREE! Garages with openers avail. Heat included. Intercom-controlled entry. Laundry facilities. Walking distance to schools. 1-BR's starting at $490 IBR + den starting at $510 2-BR's starting at $525 3-BR's starting at $610 ; Apartments include vertical blinds, dishwasher, carpet, air conditioning. Freshly painted and clean. essionally managed by Kleinman Realty Company (763) 572-9400. WWW.KRCAPARTMENTS.COM