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Thursday, February 24, 2011 t Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Erickson receives Chief's Award Leo and Dorraine Donabauer and their family would like to thank their extended families, friends and neighbors for attend- ing Leo's 90th birthday party. Leo was so pleased by the won- derful turnout. Thanks to everyone for their best wishes, cards and gifts. A great time was had by all. Leo and Dorraine Donabauer and family Sunday, Feb. 27, will be the fourth Anniversary of the Triple R Grill & Bar. I would like to take a moment to thankALL of our customers for your continued support, and most of all, to my family & staff of 35 at the Tri- ple R. Although there have been sev- eral changes since we have opened, the goal is the same. We are running a business and our success shows every day, I could not be "MORE" proud of all of you who support us Bob Erickson (at left} is this year's recipient of the Kimball Area Fire and you, my employees, who put Department's Chief's Award. Bob has been a member since 2002, in the hours. Thanks for keeping a and he is currently the fire department's engineer and gambling "Dream" alive. manager. Chief John Gohmann is pictured at right. Submitted photo. Deb Reinert Bob Erickson, an eight-year bling manager, for which he ded- veteran of the Kimball Area Fire icates a lot of time too, and does We would like to thank every- Department, has been named the a very great job. In order to qual- one that brought food to our recipient of the 2010 Kimball Fire ify for the award, a candidate house, flowers, gifts of money and & Rescue Chief's Award. must be in the top 25 percent of all the cards we received. The Kimball Fire Department the membership in the numberThank you to the ladies at Holy started handing out this award in of fire and rescue calls made for Cross for making and serving the luncheon. And the Tri-County 2006, and is presented annually to the year. Many other factors are one of it's members. The depart- also included in evaluating who News for putting Grandpa's pic- ment is proud to announce it's would receive-the award, includ- ture in color in his obituary. For recipient of the2010 Chief's Award ing attendance of fire and rescue Ann who we had to bother, and is Bob Erickson. Bob responded to trainings, volunteering at fund- Eileen on one of her busiest week- many fire and rescue calls. He is raisers and community events, ends! currently the Fire Department's being a team player, taking part Thank you to Hilltop Care Cen- Engineer, which means it is his in extra committees, and taking ter!Suchcaringandlovingpeople! duty to make sure all of our equip- on extra projects. The Department Thanks to Dingmann's Funeral ment is ready for use on every call. congratulates Bob on being this Care, especially Brian. Bob is also our department's gam- year's Chief's Award recipient. Thanks for Father Tom Olson who helped us so much. Father 75th Anniv. invitation to exhibit Jerry Nordick for prayers at the funeral home, and Father Charles Share with the community your by 20 inches. Items must remain at Kunkel for assisting at the Mass. family treasure. The Stearns His- the Museum from March 7, 2011, Thanks also for the Kimball tory Museum is inviting members throughApri114, 2012. The Stearns Lions and the National Guard. of the community to loan to the History Museum reserves the right God bless all of youI Museum an item or photograph for to turn down a submission. Call George Gohmann Family display during its 75th Anniversary Jessica at (320) 253-8424, or e-mail Celebration. Deadline for submis- , with sion of an item is March 7. questions and to reserve your spot. Space islimiteds0 get y0uritem It is located at 235 33rd Avenue in soon. Size limitation is 20 inches South in St. Cloud. ,n HOUSe Hoefer 80th Please come and join us for cake and coffee to celebrate our mother, Anita Hoefer's 80th birthday from 1-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Kimball. No gifts, please. Family Camp Day at History Museum The Stearns History Museum will be hosting a "Family Camp Day" program at 12:30-4 p.m. Satur- day, Feb. 26. The afternoon program is designed for parents/guardians and children of all ages. Activities include music, story-telling, arts and crafts, family history session, and outside snow play. Refresh- ments will be provided. All activ- ities will be held at the Museum. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult. The cost of the program is $15 per family and free to Museum family members. Con- tact the Stearns History Museum at (320) 253-8424 to register. For more information about this program or the Museum, please call (320) 253-8424. The American Association of Muse- ums accredits the Stearns History Museum and Research Center. It is located at 235 33rd Avenue South in St. Cloud. www.tricou ntynews. M N As a result of a motorcycle accident, Jed Studer has been left a quadriplegic and is in need of your help. Please come and support him in this time of need. The funds collected will help with medical costs and to purchase equipment flaat will help Jed use his computer to stay in contact with friends and family. This will help him complete his bachelor's degree. yr infg afign, gall ]e miah La on at (61.2).964:8600. Find value in your gem-box house Mafia Waseka, of Graceful Please join us for this intrigu- Spaces, LLC, will present Find ing presentation on historic pres- Value in Your Gem Box House at ervation. There is no charge for the Stearns History Museum'sStearns History Museum mem- Breakfast Club at 9 a.m. Wednes- bers; admission for non-mem- day, March 9. She poses the ques- bers is $5. For information about tion, "Are you living in a little gem Breakfast Club or the Museum, and don't know it?" See where the please call (320) 253-8424. The value in your house lies and what American Association of Muse- possible changes you could make ums accredits the Stearns History to enhance it without makingMuseum and Research Center. It is another long-term engagementlocatedat23533rdAvenueSouthin with the bank. St. Cloud. Write-in Candidate :::': Maine Prairie Township me Feb. 26, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. McLeod County Fairgrounds Admission FREE Parking! Seminars Both Days! 1260 AM Your Information Station All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast Sunday, 9am- 1 per person Proceeds to Immanuel Lutheran School & Children of Crace Preschool 406