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PAGE 20 January 28, 2016 Learn... Pray... grow... iProvtdh academic excellence for T Pmstlo - 6th grade sklce 1908 plml Pre-K through Grade 6 Register online today! EVERYONE iS WEL COME!! Join us and tske a tour of our school, meet the teachers and some current students. Leam mom about how your child can excel in our excellent curriculum. R2776 ST HWY 15 LUXEMBURG 320-251-917'5 When your Individual Retirement Account is with us, your money is completely safe. Every IRA is FDIC insured to $250,000. With our IRAs there are no opening or annual fees. All of your contributions go toward your retirement. When you bank with us, you're doing business with people you know and trust. See us soon about opening an IRA. Omca Aucm O m /mamaOm= Omm 9'N.-88Sl .6100 MmaSl I"i C Card-making workshop at Annandale Library Teens and adults are invited to a Card Making Workshop at the Annandale Public Library 6-7:30 p.m Wednesday, Feb. 3, A greeting card is one of the best ways to tell someone they are important to you. At this work- shop make 10 greeting cards to share with special people. Attendance is limited and reg- istration is required. This event is funded in part by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. For more information, contact the Annandale library at (320) 274-8448. Support Group for Eating Disorders St. Cloud Hospital Behavioral Health Clinic to offer Family and Friends Support Group for Eating Disorders In the United States, nearly 30 million women and men of all ages, race and backgrounds suf- fer from a clinically significant eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia, at some point in their lives. An eating disorder affects the entire family. To help, the St. Cloud Hospital Behavioral Health Clinic is offer- ing a Family and Friends Support Group for Eating Disorders from 5:15-6:15 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at CentraCare Health Plaza in the Stinson Leonard Street room. The next. meeting will be Feb. 4. Groups are led by a licensed psychologist or registered dietitian and pro- vide support to friends and fam- ily through education and shar- ing with others who also have a loved one with an eating disorder. Each month a different topic will be explored. Attendees will take away tips for making mealtimes less stressful, how to respond to food and body image struggles and what to say or not to say. This group is intended for fam- ily members and friends of a per- son with an eating disorder and is NOT appropriate for people who currently struggle with an eat- ing disorder. There is no cost to attend. For details, please call (320) 229-4918 and ask for Bette Bakke, Lauren Forest or Barbara Carver. "The harder you WORK, the harder it is to -- Vince Lombardi I ,u Snow Daze are here EV-W Snow Dazebegan" Monday, Jan. 25, with coronation and variety show. There are themes and events scheduled throughout the week. This year, Kimball will celebrate a single, fun-filled Snow Day Friday,. Jan. 29. All the events, including coronation and the dance, will be this Friday. We'll have a photographic wrap- up of both schools' Snow Daze events in next week's Tri-County News. Parochial school open. houses 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, at Holy Cross School in MarLy (see ad on page 4). 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, at St. Wendelin's Catholic School in Luxemburg (see ad on page 20). Two ice fishing contests cancelled Two popular ice fishing contests have been cancelled this year: Watkins Sportsmen's Club on Clear Lake, and South Haven Sportsman's Club on Lake Francis. Prizes will be awarded from the Watkins contest, in the parking lot of St. Anthony Church in Watkins, and ticket-holders must be present to win. One-Act plays Come, see the EV-W Drama Club's one-act play, "Competition Piece:' at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan.-31. This performance is open to the public, and the cost is a rnere $2. They perform in competition Saturday, Jan. 30, at Paynesville, and Sections are Saturday, Feb. 6, at Milaca. Because of scheduling flicts, the Kimball one-act play will not have a public performance this year. Them vail be two performances for students at KAHS Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4. Feb. 5 election A special election has been scheduled for ISD #739 (Kimball School District) for FRIDAY, Feb. 5, from 1-8 p.m. in the KAHScafeteria. Absentee ballots are still available from the district office, if needed. Teacher conferences First semester is done, and it's time for teacher conferences: -Jan. 28, 3:30-7:30 pm, EV-W Secondary, Feb. 4, 3:30-7:30 pm; Kimball Elementary. Feb. 10, 3:30-7:30 pm, Kimball Elementary. Feb. 18, 3:30-8 pm, EV-W Elementary. a Feb. 22, 3:30-8 pm, EV-W Elementary. Upcoming benefits Jan. 29, Spaghetti supper at Kingston Apostolic Lutheran Jan. 29, EV-W Music Dept. chili supper,at EV-W H.S. cafeteria Feb. 6, Holy Cross chili & soup cook-off (Marry) Feb. 16,"Cheer for a Cure" at Kimball vs. EV-W boys' basketball Feb. 20,Watkins Lions Bocce - Ball tournament Feb. 21, Benefit for Life bake sale and luncheon, at Assumption Church (Eden Valley) Feb. 27, SKI-Lay (Relay for Life) at Powder Ridge in Kimball Feb. 27, Meeker Co. Pheasants Forever (Litchfield) (See calendar on page 18 for details.)