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Thursday, February 10, 2011 Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN Kimball Kids on Broadway I Mrs. Arlene Sands, Kimball Area The Kimball Elementary Choir Vocal Music Specialist, proudly will also perform several numbers. presents Kimball Elementary Cathy Olson, Community Edu- School students of grades 4,5, and 6 cation Director has graciously given in "Kimball Kids on Broadway." her time to choreograph some of The concert will be at 9 a.m. and the numbers. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15. The pro- Mrs. Sands and Mr. Haake are intense. BaileeSchiefelbeinwasthe gram will include exciting numbers currently in their 27thyear of teach- youngest speaker at the contest, from many different musicals by ing at Kimball. and was second in her age category the grades plus several soloists. They cordially invite you all to (10 and under). Bailey's speech was The Kimball Elementary Band, attend this fun program of music, a 'Thank You' to the beef industry directed by Keith Haake will begin either in the morning or in the eve- for great beef. the concert, ning performances. Abbey Schiefelbein was fourth Area Reads' Proclamation in the age group of 11-14. Abbey's speech was to motivate people in .... ] ........... I, innnlnln[ Schiefelbein sisters win speech contest The three Schiefelbein sisters won big at a National Public Speak- ing Contest as part of the National Cattleman's Convention in Den- ver, Colo. Since this was a national contest, the competition was very the beef industry to get their story out. Shelby Schiefelbein's speech was on 'Do-Gooders' and how their attempts fail to feed the world. Shelby placed third in the age divi- sion of 11-14. All the sisters won a plaque sponsored by Farm Credit. Kimball mayor Tammy Konz (left) and Kimball Elementary principal James Houseman signed the "Kimball Area Reads" proclamation, February is "1 Love to Read" month at Kimball Schools. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. February 2011 WHEREAS, the citizens of Kim- ball Area stand committed to pro- moting reading as a catalyst for our students' academic Success, preparatio for jobs and ability to compete in a global economy. Kimball has provided leader- ship in the education of our youth, grounded in the principle that edu- cational investment is the kcy to the community's best long-term qual- ity of life. WHEREAS, the month of February promotes reading and adult involvement in the education of our community's students. BE IT RESOLVED that KIM- BALL AREA READS calls on the citizens of our community to assure that our community makes Kimball's children the best read- ers in the world. (s) James G. Houseman (s) Tammy L. Konz (s) Eric Widvey Feb. 1, 2011. Kimball schools Menu Feb. 14-18 Breakfast M0nday.Valenfin& Toasted cheese bread, sausage pat , fruit choice, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast burrito, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Cereal choice, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Thursday: Scrambled eggs and sausage, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Friday-No School Lunch Monday-Valentine's Day: Chick- en Alfredo over pasta or Italian turkey sandwich, vegetable med- ley, garlic bread, pineapple tidbits, sweet treat, milk. Tuesday: Tater tot hot dish or ham & cheese on wheat, cucum- ber ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, cantaloupe wedge, milk. Wednesday: Homemade chili with cheese or corn dog, carrots, sliced wheat bread, watermelon, milk. Thursday: Chicken Parme- san over pasta or cheeseburger on wheat, sweet peas, sliced wheat bread, Mandarin oranges, milk. Friday-No School imball senior DMnq Menu Feb. 14-18 sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests Monday-Euchre, Valen- under 60 pay $7. fine's Day: Chicken ~ la king, REMINDER: When there is a baking powder biscuit, peaschoice of entree on the menu, you and carrots, orange wedges,will receive the first one listed cherry torte bar. UNLESS you notify us. The cof- Tuesday-Euchre: Specials offee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every the day. Wednesday. Wednesday: Beef tips in gravy, For more information, call :egg noodles, French cut green R0salea H0eft at (320) 398-2211 beans, peach slices, snickerdoo- between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. dlecookie. Gift dining booklets are avail- Thursday: Hamburger tomato able at the Senior Dining Site and casserole, corn, lettuce salad, the State Bank of Kimball: Par- applesauce gelatin, tially funded under contract with Friday: Baked ham, sweet pota- the Central Minnesota Council of toes, vegetable medley, wheat Aging as part of the Older Amer- bread, rice pudding, icans Act and administered by 1% milk is served with every Catholic Charities of the Diocese meal. Menu is subject to change, of St. Cloud. Suggested contribution for per- Kindergarten Roundup Kindergarten Roundup will take place from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 10, at Kimball Elementary School. If you have a child that will be attending kindergarten for the 2011/2012 school year, please plan to attend. Bring the child's immuni- zation record and birth certificate, as these are required for entrance to school. If you have any ques- tions, please contact Becca Morgan at (320) 398-5425 ext. 205, or Jim Houseman at 398-5425 ext. 202. Thank you, and see you there. FFA Small Animals Team advances to state competition The KAHS Small Animals Team placed seventh in the regional con- test, earning them a trip to state competition during the Minne- sota State FFA Convention. Spen- cer Capes, lanessa Dahle, Ellen Rainer, and Erin Wicker make up this super sophomore team. Ellen tlainer ranked ninth in the contest with highest ID score of the day. The Small Animals Career Develop- ment Event consists of four parts: anatomy, breed identification, management problems, and a writ- ten exam. Contestants must know about cats, dogs, birds; rabbits, fish, and parasites for each part of the contest. State competition will be held May 2. Looking for insurance? 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