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Thursday, February 25,2010 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Accelerated Reader achievers Congratulations go out to Jasmine Samuelson and Kaitli Wicker for reaching their second trimester's Accelerated Reader goal. These two girls are in the third grade at Holy Cross, and they have been working really hard to meet their goals. Submitted photo. Rockviile Lions visit Holy Cross School Tuesday, Feb. 16, Holy Cross nitely an enjoyable time for all. School was visited by the Rockvflle The Lions were very impressed Lions Club. They came to pres- with how well the children read, ent the First and Second Graders and the children were impressed with a personalized copy of"I Like that these men and women would Me". Each Lion's member sat with take time out of their busy day to a child and listened to them read visit with them. Thank you to the the text. This entire process took Rockville Lions Club for visiting about 25 minutes, but was deft- with our students! Page 7 Hilsgen graduates from Marine training Pvt. Justine E. Hilsgen gradu- ated from the Marines training (4th RTBN) Friday, Jan. 22, at Par- ris Island, S.C. Justine is the daughter of Jeff and Julie Hilsgen of Kimball. She was a 2009 graduate of Eden Val- ley-Watkins High School. Her current address is SO1 (E) Met BTN Round Naval I Co., 2 BLT, Camp Lejeune, NC 28542. Jason Hilsgen at boot camp Jason Hilsgen, son of Jeff and Julie Hilsgen .of Kimball, is cur- rently at Marine Corp boot i:amp. Hilsgen, a 2008 graduate of Eden Valley-Watkins High School, is scheduled tO graduate April 16. His current address where he can receive mail is Rct. Jason P. .Hilsgen, 3rd BTN Kilo Co., Plt 3221, 38990 Midway Ave., San Diego, CA 92140-3221. Local students on Deans' lists U of M Twin Cities Campus 2009 Fall Semester Students on the list all achieved a grade point average of 3.66 or higher while taking 12 or more credits. From Kimball: Aaron J. Lahr, College of Lib- eral Arts; Daniel R. Stein, College of Design; University of St. Thomas Students must post grade point averages of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale to be named to the Dean's List. Nearly 1,900 of the university's undergraduates were named to file fall semester Dean's List. From Kimball: Ashley Schiefel- bein - Sr. From South Haven: Alicia I-'Iil- debrand - So. College of St. Benedict From Watkins: Mandy Libbesmeier, senior nursing major, daughter of Dennis and Deborah Libbesmeier. To be included on the dean's list, students must have a semester grade-point average of at least 3.80 and have completed 12 credits for which honor points (A, B, C, etc.) are awarded. Students included on the dean's list cannot have any "unsatisfactory', or "incomplete" grades for that semester. Antique "arlor Stoz and parts, any I condition. Call Mike at (320) 492-6780. On March 18, Holy C?oss School will have registration for grades Pre-K through 6. We have excellent teachers and small class sizes. Feel free to come visit our school any time. We are located at 10672 County Road 8. ..-2 Sixth-grade girls' basketball For Real Pain Thi rapy... Thera-Geslc Pain Cream It Really Works.,.Compare and SAVE..i By Tom Schreiner, coach tortes over Maple Lake and Eden The Kimball Cubs Girls' sixth- Valley-Watkins. Sunday, Feb. 14, grade basketball team has just the Cubs were on the road to Litch- passed the midway point of their field for a tournament. The girls 2010 season. The girls have put came away with a second-p/ace together a great season so far, with finish with victories over Willmar, a record of 13.-3. ACGC, and Litchfield before fall- Valentine's weekend was a busy ing to St. Anastasia in the chain weekend for the young Cubs. Sat- pi0nship game. urday, Feb. 13, they traveled to The girls continue to improve Maple Lake to claim a pair of vic- each and every week they take court, and are looking for.a strong finisll the next two weeks as they travelto Holdingford for a tour- nament, and then Paynesville to complete their /-55 traveling league schedule. Kelli and I are very proud of the girls. They play aggressive defense, display great sportsmanship qualities on the court, and play well together as a team. Go Cubs! You'll WW find W. even more rlcoun photos online at news. According to an article in The New F:ngland Journal-of Medicine, Avandia may be linked to an increased risk of stroke, heart attack and sudden death. If you've suffered serious side effects after taking Avandia, call Meshbesher & Spenee toll free at 1-800-793-6640 More than 8 million cars have been recalled due to problems with the accelerator pedal resulting in serious accidents and deaths. If you or a loved one were injured or killed while driving a Toyota, or suffered any other injury caused by an auto defect, call Meshbesher & Spence toll free at 1-800-793-6640. Paralysis, numbness, tingling in hands, loss - of sensation or unexplained path and muscle weakness in legs and arms, may be linked to the zinc found in denture creams such as Poligrip, Super Poligrip, Fixodent and others. If you've suffered from neurological injuries, call Meshbesher & Spence toll free at 1-800-793-6640. Have you or a loved one had - a Zimmer Durom Cup hip replacement that failed, required additional surgery, are suffering from an injury following implantation or discomfort? For more information, call Meshbesher & Spence toll free at 1-800-793-6640. Meshbesher & Spence ~LAWYERS~-- ~,g"~;C M 1616 Park Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404