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hur0000ay, 14, Community Tri-County News www. tricountynews, mn ....... :::::::::, .......... :: ::  ::! : : - ..... New position in Catholic Charities The Social Concerns Depart- ment of Catholic Charities has added a new position to the staff. Douglas Scott of Oak Park, Minn., will step into the new position of Rural Life Coordinator. His duties will include developing and edu- cating leaders in rural areas of the Diocese around Parish Social Ministry and community devel- opment and organizing rural par- ishes for the Rural Life Celebra- tion, which is the annual joint cel- ebration between the two groups to celebrate the goodness of God's creation. Scott grew up in Central Min- nesota. He is a graduate of Foley High school and holds a B.A. in Philosophy from St. John's Univer- sity in Collegeville. He also holds a Master's in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Scott owns a 120-acre hobby farm with his wife and three chil- dren. Scott is also very involved in the community. He's serving as a board member and first chair of the Foley Area Foundation and is a member of the finance commit- tee of St. Louis Church, Foreston, Minn., and is actively involved in the Crosier Community in Onamia. Catholic Charities is a nonprofit organization that advances the charitable and social mission of the Diocese of St. Cloud. It builds communities, promotes fam- ily life and enhances human dig- nity by providing quality services to meet the physical, social, emo- tional and spiritual needs of indi- viduals and families of all faiths and beliefs. Retreat in Henning March 9 A Spritual Retreat for Catholic Women (and men) of the St. Cloud Diocese will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at St. Edward Church in Henning. The theme is "Journey of Faith" with Fr. Greg Paffel the main speaker. Other agenda include registration, refreshments, Mass, lunch, and afternoon talk by Den. Randy Alstadt. The retreat is sponsored by the St. Cloud Dicesan Council of Cath- olic Women. Cost is $15 prior to March 1; $20 after. Send registration check to Mar- ilyn Stenger, 30415 410th Street, Dent, MN 56528. For additional information, please call Eva Koep, (218) 862-4710. Dance Et Video Game Night Feb. 15 Rock-Fest will be hosting their next Youth Night Friday, Feb. 15. Students in fth, 6th, and 7th grades are invited. Music is by Sound Storm DJ. Rockville Rock-Fest will be 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Rockville Parish Center, Broadway Street. Entry fee of $9 is all-inclusive for fun, entertainment, dancing, games, prize drawings, face paint- ing, food, drink, snacks, and spe- cial events planned. No need to send additional money with stu- dent. Parents and guardians: please be considerate of the volunteer staff and pick up your child at 9:30. This is a lock-in event. Students are not allowed to leave early with- out an adult. Inappropriate dress NOT allowed. News of our students University Wisconsin-Madison Winter Graduation Dec. 16, 2012. From South Haven, Matthew Laney, Bachelor of Science-Civil Engineering, College of Engineer- ing. St. Cloud State University Fall Graduation Dec. 22, 2012. From Eden Valley, Kel- ley Theis, Bachelor of Science, Elementary/K-6 Education, Summa Cum Laude. From Holdingford, Ryan Schmit, Bachelor of Elective Stud- ies. From Richmond, Kayla Ruege- met, Bachelor of Science, Commu- nity Psychology. From South Haven, Alisha Evavold, Bachelor of Science, Management; From South Haven, Danielle Latour, Bachelor of Science, Mar- keting, Magna Cum Laude; Bach- elor of Science, Mass Communica- tions, Magna Cum Laude; From Watkins, Dustin Kramer, Bachelor of Science, Elementary/K-6 Education, Summa Cum Laude. Concordia University, St. Paul From Eden Valley, Jacquin Ruhland, was awarded the Tran- fer Regents, Phi There Kappa, and Transfer Partnership scholarships for the spring 2013 semester. University of Minnesota, Crookston Fall Semester 2012 graduation From Richmond, Nicholas Klehr earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources. Winona State University (WSU) dean's list Fall Semester 2012 From Kimball, Stacy Gregory From South Haven, Brianna Hohenstein and Laurel Jacobson Rochester Community and Technical College graduate From South Haven, Kara Dear- ins received Associate in Applied Science Degree for Health Infor- mation Technology, with High Honors. Feb. 9 fishing con Say, Fei::::9 from 2:30 to 3 pm., the South aven Sports- man!S :Cib heid:::their 30h annaai fishi:g:c:antest::iat he: Lake Francis Public Beach. : :::: ::::: The following are winners by name, species, and weight: WaI!y Bungerappie-!t ounces: ::::::: Britmey Moohey-northern-1 pound 4 oueS Dave Pommerer-northern-13 ounces Doug DeZieInorthern-15 ounces 7 AmandaG.n0hern,t ounces Troy BaU man-northern- 1 pound ameS Wagner-northern-1 pound 1 ounce DeonRosefi0w-northern-1 pound 2 ounces : Da:n:Rosen6northern4 pound 7 ounces EricC.-norL}iern-2 pounds 5 ounces B0ti Ergemnarthern-1 pound 9 ounces i Just!n laC0bSass'2 pounds 15 ounces NEED HELP? CALL US! We'll Get You Connected To Se'ices In Your Community. Lin,00e Line" 1-800-333-2433 A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors Page 7 6ara00e LLC 55 Tri-County 2-6-13 Win loss Vinar's Cabinet 165 59 Custom Towing 110 114 KrippnerCust. Pump. 104 120 Kimball Legion 100.5123.5 Blue Moose Bar/Grill 98.5125.5 Ameriprise Financial 94 130 Town and Country 2-8-13 Gagnon Landscaping 128 68 Aqua Lanes 103 93 Weisman Racing 100.5 95.5 Looman's Constr. 95 101 Vinar's Cabinet 84 112 Triple D Farm 77.5118.5 Week 22 high games 210 or better: Andy Mackereth 300, 225; Steve Becker 267; Trent Lammersen 257, 235; Jeremy Vinar 244; Matt Adolph 236; Dwight Vinar 222; Dusty Nicka 220; Dean Schmidt 215, 215; Jesse Bogatzki 213; Gordy Schreifels 210. High series: Andy Mackereth 690; Steve Becker 651; matt Adolph 646; Trent Lammersen 630; Jeremy Vinar 615; Dwight Vinar 608; Dean Schmidt 600. Aqua Jills 1-29-13 R & R Construction 27 8 Aqua Lanes 23 12 Gohmann's Foods 22 13 AM Maus 20 15 Stuve Auto 19 16 Kimball Rescue 15 20 FHE 12 23 Scores 160 and higher: Katie Adolph 194; Lynn Adolph 196; Pat Brandt 176; Patty Decknatel 200; Kristy Imholte 200; Allison Kor- smo 230; Dawn Lueders 164; Diane Spitzka 173; Megan Truenow 173. Aqua Jills 2-5-13 Aqua Lanes 30 12 R& R Construction 29 13 Gohmann's Foods 27 15 Stuve Auto 26 16 AM Maus 22 20 Kimball Rescue 20 22 FHE 12 30 Scores 160 and higher: Sheri Gohmann 174; Bonnie Rossman 176; pat Brandt 207; Megan Kiff- meyer 163; Bobbi Olson 166; Ada Adolph 167; Jenn garding 191; Alli- son Korsmo 180; Lynn Adolph 175; Katie Adolph 213. Aqua Belles 1-28-13 Main Street Pub 47 . 23 Holly's House of Hair 45 25 Everything Signs 35 35 Tessmers Gravel Gels 32 38 MGD's 30 40 Red Goat 21 49 150 games and over: Peggi Gohman 165; Lisa Kickhafer 157; Pat Brandt 163, 160; Tara Adolph 163; Tineya Lammersen 155, 170; Julie Vinar 168, 172; Andrea Miller 163, 197; Katie Beck 157; Mary Garding 155; Sarah Stradtmann 162; Renita Rohloff 172, 151. 200 game: Julie Vinar 215. 450 series and over: Pat Brandt 461; Tineya Lammersen 459; Julie Vinar 555; Andrea Miller 494; Ren- ita Rohloff470. Aqua Belles 2-4-13 Everything Signs 7 0 Red Goat 5 2 MGD's 4 3 Main Street Pub 3 4 Tessmers Gravel Gels 2 5 Holly's House of Hair 0 7 150 games and over: Melody Gard- ins 152; Megan Mackereth 169; Pat Brandt 167, 154, 161; Annette Lang 162, 183, 164; Jodi Vinar 163, 174; Joanna Mackereth 151; Trista Kramer 168; Jessica Wessling 170; Andrea Miller 154; Jill Miller 158. 450 series and over: Pat Brandt 482; Annette Lang 509; Jodi Vinar 480. Staff photo by Anton Matua.