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00urs0000y, 20000 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Donnays celebrate 50th Dingmann Page 3 ......... I I II day&apos;s Driving School k 30 Hour Classroom $150  Classes begin Feb. 28 Behind-.the-wheel training Schedule by March 1st with HOME PICK-UP Year-round Licensed by the Dept, of Public Safety Register: 320-221-1210 or Chuck and Anne Donnay will celebrate their 50th wedding anni- versary with an open house at the St. Cloud Eagles Club from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7. A light luncheon Cards of A big thank you to all who came and helped at the Kimball Elemen- tary Wrestling Tournament Sunday, Jan. 31. The dedication and hard work of all involved is what keeps our tournament running smoothly and what keeps people coming back each year. This year, we served more than 200 wrestlers, some came from as far away as Wadena. Thanks again! Kevin Kieke A very special thank-you to the Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club for dec- orating our community for the Holidays. The park was beautiful! Thank-you, also, for the busi- ness decorating contest. It was a blast (cold blast) seeing everybody working together and getting so excited. Next year, bigger and bet- ter! Thanks for all you do for our community. Dan and Tammy Konz will be served at 3 p.m. Chuck and Anne (Theisen) Donnay were mar- ried Feb. 8, 1960, at St. Boniface Church in Cold Spring. Invitations have not been sent. Many thanks to the Annandale Police who helped us out several times. Also, thanks to the ambu- lance staff, Buffalo Hospital staff, and the Annandale Care Center staff- you all did a great job when we needed you. Thanks to all who sent food, cards, plants, flowers and memo- rials. And thanks to Rev. Queck and the Zion Lutheran Church congregation for prayers and sup- port. Thanks to the LWML women who served a delicious lunch. Thanks to the Dingmann Funeral Care, whose understand- ing of our need, helped us get through a tough time in our lives. May God spread His blessings on all of you. The Bob Mackereth families, MarseUa, Dick, Jon,George, Janet, Alan, Bryan, and Joel Brian and Dana Dingmann of Annandale, were blessed with a son, Elias Bennie, Dec. 15, 2009. He was born at the St. Cloud Hospital and weighed 8 pounds 8 ounces, and was 20 1/4 inches long. Elias joins big sister Isabelle. Grandparents include Art and Marlene Dingmann of Annandale, and Kent and Denice Stueness of Twin Valley. Great-grandparents are Robert and Pandora Morford of Sank Rapids. Kimball Legion meets Feb. 11 The regular meeting of the Kimball Legion Auxiliary, Freder- ick A. Metcalf Post 261 will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11. Public Relations Officer Cindy May  Pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, ; Adults: $7 Age 4-10:$3 3 & Under: Free "ted Methodist Church 450 Fairhaven Ave. South Haven Kimball Cares meeting planned Kimball Cares will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, at St. John s Lutheran Church. All are welcome to come and share the new ideas we have for our community. DOOR PRIZES: 4< BI6EST Waliw, Nartlrn & Bass Pays only on the largest of these three. lst-$100; 2nd-$50; 3rd-$30 Crappie-S25; Sunfish-S25 Sf DONATION FON CXM OR 2S CXMCS FOR S I S ON la AUn ox Casl s4 per person to fish j r Ailiilll/']_l,, ..... Ov r':z  Prize r Ice Auger or $2S01 VIIIIalII " tire ub[ 4th & $th Prizes: $S0 eacbl LiOIIS Ci -' Variems atlr PrizN! KES Student Government kicks off annual food drive Last Friday, Jan. 29, at Kimball Elementary School, the Student Government held a Food Drive Kickoff. Some students and local business members volunteered in this kickoff. The kids and busi- ness members competed in relays and competitions. Everyone had a great time. Our theme this year is "Don't Clown Around, Donate Now." The Drivewill take invarious amounts of items. The most needed are: dish soap, laundry soap, tooth paste, tooth brushes, personal items, food, and cleaning supplies. Some foods are instant pota- toes, cereal, bottled water, vege- tables, canned fruit, and pasta of any type. All of the food will bene- fit the Kimball Area Food Shelf. If you have questions, call (320) 398-2211, and ask for Mary Mathies, or at the school, Pau- lette Hauge, or Melissa Herrington at KES, phone number (320) 398- 5425. Submitted by Maicy Vossen, Jordan Dockery, and Taylor Schreiner. 27 th Annual "  South Haven Sportsman's Club Lake Francis Public Be Saturday, Feb. 13 12:30 to Grand Prize ............. i WILD 2  2-Man Portable Fish House Drawn from ticket stubs. Need not be present to win. PRIZES Largest ................ $100 2 "d Largest ............ $75 3 'd Largest ............ $50 Largest Pan Fish..$25 Ticket $5 PROCEEDS GO FOR CONSERVATION PROJECTS South Haven Sportsman's Club Is not responsible for accidents or Injuries