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Thursday, January 20, 2011 Tri-County News, Kimball, MN Studonts .4 Youth 1I I Page 7 A Bad Case of the Stripes play was performed by the Drama Club. In front row, left to right are Jacob Beehler (Narrator), Haley Robben (Father and Mr. Harms), Melanie Loehrer (Dr. Grop and Environmen- tel Therapist), Julia Zipoy (Dr. Young and Dr. Gourd), Mariah Fenne- ma (Dr. Bumble and Ms. Mellon), and Danielle Lyrek (Old Woman). In back row are Suzanne Robben (Director), Jordan Dockery (Narrator), Hedy Robben (Narrator), Raven Koltes (Mother), and Athena Capes (Camilla). Not pictured is Maddy Rowland. (See story on page 5.) Information and Early Application Night at St. John's Prep Families interested in learn- ing more abofit the growing sixth- eighth grade program at St. John's Preparatory school are invited to attend an Information and Early Application Night at7 p.m. Thurs- day, Feb. 3t. St. Johff''-oid'rs an expe- riential and interdisciplinary approach in their curriculum. In addition to the core classes, accel- erated math options, music (band, choir or strings), theology, phy-ed and art are offered. In addition, the Exploratory World Language Program allows students to study German, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese during their first year. Enrollment is limited to 20 stu- dents per homeroom. A compre- hensive sports and extra-curricu- lar program complements the aca- demic offerings. Classrooms over- look the lake and beautiful woods of St. John's Prep. Because of lim- ited space, early applications are encouraged. The information session will include a general overview of the school's unique curriculum, activ- ities, programs and transporta- tion options. Tours of the school will be provided following the gen- eral session. For those who are fur- ther along in the decision process, there will be time to complete and turn in application materials. Stu- dent interviews are a required part of the admission process and may also be completed after the gen- eral information session. Although not required, RSVPs are encour- aged by contacting our Admission Office at (320) 363-3321. Valley Victors 4-H Club Our last meeting was heldMon- day, Jan. 10, at Mike and Bridget Lux's beautiful home. We played several games including musi- cal chairs. President Tori Barks brought the meeting to order. We discussed "Share the Fun" which is where all 4-H members can be in a skit together. We also planned our trip to the Skatin' Place in St. Cloud. Greg and Tim Lux had presentations to share with us. They were awesome. We welcomed two new families into Valley Victors 4-H club. I think they really had lots of fun. We all had a blast. Shelby Kuechle, Club Reporter Early Childhood Screening Early Childhood Screening is mandatory prior to enrollment in public school. The purpose of the screening is to identify early health or developmental needs. Kim- ball Public Schools is perform- ing early childhood screening on the following Fridays: Jan. 21, and April 1, 2011. Children must be at least 3 years old by the date of screening. If you have a child between the ages of 3 and 5 who have not been screened, please call the elementary school to schedule a screening appointment. If you has not been contacted, or you are new to the Kimball School District, please call the elementary school at 398-5425, ext. 205, to talk to Becca Morgan, the school nurse and early childhood screening coordinator. --4 Sho: 2:30 Prom Hmdanson Faent Adults: $3 SPONSORED Jack L-M Mutnick M.D. Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Dr. Mutnick obtained his medical degree from the University of Nevada School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 2007, and then completed a two year fellowship in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Mutnick focuses on treatment of asthma, allergies, and immune disorders for both adults and children. An accomplished Clinical researcher he has presented and published at national allergy conferences on the topic of desensitization for antibiotic allergy and the genetics of asthma in pulmonary disease. Dr. Mutnick is an active member of the ACAAI and AAAAI. His interests also include volunteerism for the underserved, and he actively continues to raise awareness with his fellow physicians as to the benefits and ability to safely perfqrm atibiotic desensitization on patients with drug allergies. For more information, or to schedule an appointment at the Chain of Lakes Medical Clinic with Dr. Mutnick, please call (320) 685-7787 today. Stevens Community Medical Center 7900 Chapin Dr N.E., New London (320) 354-4199 1-888-688-3699 Chain of Lakes Medical Clinic 308 5th Avenue South, Cold Spring (320)-685-7787 School news, sports, weather, calendar, photo gallery, ads and classifieds: all available on-line at www.tricountynews.MN