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Thursday, January 28, 2010 ity Tri-County News Kimball, MN Commun Page 3 Blood drive at EV-W high school The American Red Cross will be in Eden Valley from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the Eden Valley-Watkins High School. For more information or to sched- ule an appointment, call Eileen at (320) 453-5475, Bonnie at (320) 453-2574, or visit . Sixteen-year-olds are now eligible with written parent/guardian con- sent form (forms can be found online or by calling Eileen or Bonnie). Remember to bring along your identification; it is required to donate. GNTC dinner theatre The nuns are back! Great North- ern Theatre Company will pres- ent Sister Amnesias Country West- ern Nunsense Jamboree in dinner theatre at the Great Blue Heron in Cold Spring. Yes, all of your favorite nuns will return to entertain you as they go on tour with the release of Sister Amnesias Country Western Record. Mary Middendorf of Cold Spring, Jean Beckel of Cold Spring, Aimee Minnerath of Paynesville, and Leah Olson of Avon reprise their roles along with Brad Busse from St. Joseph playing Father Vir- gil Manly Trott. Karla Reichel of Cold Spring also puts in an appear- ance as Reverend Mother Superior. A Great Blue Heron country dinner of Baked Chicken & BBQ Ribs, cole- slaw, mini corn on the cob and all of the fixin's awaits you. And because Cad of Birth We would like to say a big Orbeck thank-you to the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce for the very fun Vegas Night! Thanks to all the businesses for donating great prizes, what great fun we had dur- ing the auction (although we bet against each other a few times). We had a blast and look forward to "playing" again next year. Thanks again, ]os4 and April Zamora Donnays celebrate 50th it's Lent, veggie cappelini Alfredo is available any night and broiled walleye is an option Friday, Feb. 26. With pecan pie at intermission, this is an event not to be missed! Get your friends together and buy your tickets now! Performances are Fridays, Sat- urdays, and Sundays, Feb. 26, 27, 28, and March 5, 6, and 7. The cash bar opens for cocktails and seat- ing at 6 p.m. (4 p.m. Sundays). The dinner bell rings promptly at 7 p.m. (5 p.m. Sundays). Seating will be limited to only 100 people each night so you'll be able to see and hear all of the antics on stage. Don't miss out! Tickets are only $35. Order your tickets by calling the ticket hotline (320) 241-4682, or printing out and mailing in the order form on our Web site . Dustin and Amanda Orbeck Chuck and Anne Donnay will will be served at 3 p.m. Chuck and are proud to announce the birth of celebrate their 50th wedding anni- Anne (Theisen) Donnay were mar- their son Hunter Gregory Orbeck, versary with an open house at the ried Feb. 8, 1960, at St. Boniface born Jan. 14, 2010. He weighed St. Cloud Eagles Club from 1-5 p.m. Church in Cold Spring. 5 pounds 4 ounces, and was 16 Sunday, Feb. 7. A light luncheon Invitations have not been sent. inches long. Proud grandparents are Jeff and LYhnn~Orb;nCki~andr.Greg PUSC WWW. tncountynews .MN Sl O~wAnoN FOS | I BIGGEST Wail~e, Northern & Bass r,H~ os J | p~/$ only on.the I~rgean.f these three. 2'J CN~s | lst-$100, 2nd-$S0, 3rd-$30 FOS SIS OH kf I ~appie-$2S; S-nfish-$2S Au~m os CASM! I *4 per person to fish~I~DRAWINGS: 1st -Prize 8" Ice Auger or $250! If~lll I A ...-..sto; ~1111~2,d 3,dpri,,,: $too ,~w I II the A'"~i,.b! "~__~- 4th & Stb Prizes: SSO eacbl I I.iOItl w,.- ~ Various other Prized I Our Watkins and Eden Valley Medical Clinics have merged together.., same personahzed care, now In one Iocahon. Conveniently located on Hwy. 55 in Eden Valley Full range of family practice services on-site i ~.. Sat. Jan. 30, 4-8 p.m., Silent Auction: 4-7:30 p.m. ~ Kimball Legion Club ~.:.~!2eep FrJ~ Tweeter, to play at SOB'S at 9:30 )m.! Judd is slowly on the as he has suffered bilateral pneumonia and an undiagnosed case of H1Nt Influenza. mitred to ICU at the St. Hospital on November 6th. he was put on a ventilator. Happily, November 15th, he was taken off the and to health. Judd currently in Kimball where he is the golf professional at the local golf course and very ciation, as well as the PGA. "Judd's Angels" is the local high school golf team that he coached during the season. Judd has two daughters, All and Suzi, and is the proud grandpa of one granddaughter-Aubrey. Any money raised would go directly to cover all medical costs. An additional fund has been set up at the State Bank of Kimball- Judd Bonham Benefit. Any questions, please contact ~ ,,lllauction items or an), Amelia Hentges (320) 237-7498 or addi~bn~l donation Matt Knaus (320) 398-2222 oe" -arOppedoffat e-mail at:,,~ Bar & Grill Web site: Volunteer, 1 American Heart 0 Association .