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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. Elmer Garding Snowmobile Run Feb. 27 The 10th Annual Elmer Garding Cancer Fund Vintage Snowmobile Run is planned for Saturday, Feb. 27. Registration is from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. The ride will be at 12 noon and starts at Triple R Grill & Bar, ride to Pearl Lake Lodge and Eddie's on Grand; at 4 p.m. return to Triple R for Raffle, Drawing and Taco Bar. out! It should be a beautiful day! All money raised goes to Greatest Needs Fund, Coborn Cancer Center, and Quiet Oaks Hospice House. All donations are tax deductible. Sponsors are Eddie's On Grand Bar and Grill, Triple R Grill & Bar, and Pearl Lake Lodge. Featured sled is Sno Jet. Becauseofthelackofsnow(and Trophies for featured sled and expected temperatures in the 40s peoples choice. Central Lakes Saturday), the vintage sleds will Snowmobile Club will have burg- be on display only, not ridden. But ers at the warming shack. everyone is still invited to come on Meeker Pheasants Forever banquet Feb. 27 It's time to mark your calendar planned for Saturday, Feb. 27, at for the upcoming Meeker County the Litchfield Eagles Club. See Pheasants Forever 30th Annualalso, and Facebook: Fundraising Banquet. This is Meeker County Pheasants Forever. Kimball Area Friends of the Library Feb. 29 An informational meeting will Want to know more about be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, library services in the Kimball City Hall discuss- Then learn about the Kimball ing the Kimball Area Friends of Area Friends of the Library. the Library. Help fill a need - become a If you: Friend of the Library. Think a public library is an The Kimball Public Library is asset to the community located at 5 Main Street N, phone Enjoy using the library is (320) 398-3915. Local author comes to the Eden Valley Area Library March 5 Author Scott Gottschalk is story of one man's love affair with coming to the Eden Valley Area animals, and Library at 1O a.m. Saturday, "Terrifying Tales Unleashed," March 5. unsettling stories to remedy Gottschalk is both an author peaceful slumber. and a highly regarded profes- Refreshments willbeserved. sional public speaker. He lives For Information contact: near Kingston (south of Kimball). EVAL phone: (320) 453-4434, or Some of his works include; Marilyn at (320) 290-1011, www. "Nine Lives To Eternity," a true storyofrepeatedlycheatingdeath, and FaceBook! Eden Valley Area "The Folk and Their Fauna," a Library; email: Monticello Photo Show March 1243 The Thirteenth Annual It is free to the public and will Monticello Photo Show will take feature an opportunity to vote place Saturday and Sunday, for "Best Photo" in each of 12 March 12 and 13, in River City categories. Extreme s banquet room in Show times are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monticello on School Street west Saturday, and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. ofHwy. 25. Sunday. For more information, This event is hosted by the visit, Monticello Camera Club and or call Bob Somerville at (763) sponsored by River City Extreme. 295-3179. Guest speaker for Support Group March 21 The St. Cloud Area Parkinson's program will highlight the LSVT- Disease!PD)SupportGroupinvites BIG programs focus on faster you to BIG is Better presented walking, bigger steps, improved by special guest speaker Timothy balance, and trunk rotation Binsfeld, DPT, 1 to 2:30 p.m. movements. There is no cost to Monday, March21, atthe St. Cloud attend. For further information, Great River Regional Library. This please call Independent Lifestyles proven research-based exercise at (320) 529-9000. Kimball Class of 1974 meets April 23 Attention Kimball Class of We will meet at Triple R at 1974, there will be a get-together 10 a.m. Saturday, April 23. Kimball Class of 1961 to meet June 24 The Kimball graduating classSocial hour is at 3:30, dinner of 1961 get together is scheduled to follow. Please share this notice to be held at Triple R Grill & Bar with fellow classmates. Friday, June 24, 2016. Free family course on mental illnesses offered Do you have a family member from this course. Join others for this living with a mental illness? NAMI seriestaughtbyfamilymemberswho Minnesota (National Alliance on have walked the walk. The Family- Mental Illness) is offering a free edu- to-Family course will meet weekly in cational course that helps families Sartell for l2 weeks. The course starts gain agreaterunderstandingofmen- Wednesday, March 2, from 6:30-9:00 tal illness, discuss resources, build p.m., atUnitySpiritualCenter, 9315th communication skills, reduce stress Ave. North. Registration is required. and find support More than 3,000 To register, please call Chuck at (320) Minnesota families have benefited 290-7713, or Sanda at (320) 249-2560. PAGE 3 February 25, 2016 Mary Johnson birthday open Wrestling results (from page 1) house 160 Results: First place- Brady - Aaron Serbus of Kimball; 195 Mehr of Kimball; second place - John Salzl of Eden Valley-Watkins; 170 Results." First place - Jake Wentzlaff of Sibley East; fourth place - DeShaun Haag of Eden Valley-Watkins; fifth place- Adam Theis of Kimball; 182 Results: First place - Caleb Wickenhauser of Norwood-Young America; sec- Results: First place - Cody Voight of Sibley East; fourth place - Aaron Holmberg of Eden Valley-Watkins. 220 Results: First place - Wyatt Lanning of St Agnes; fourth place - Ben Zipoy of Kimball; sixth place - Matt Utsch of Eden Valley- Watkins; 285 Results: First place - Nick Forner of Norwood-Young ond place - Logan Donnay of America; third place - Austin Eden Valley-Watkins; eighth place Hentges of Kimball. See photos on pages 10-11 Celebrate Mary Johnson's birthday Sunday, March 6, at the Kimball Church of Christ. The open house is 2-4 p.m. Cards welcomed. Luminaria Bags available for SKI-Lay American Cancer Society SKI- Lay Luminaria Bags are for sale. Please contact either Tummy at (320) 398-5011, or Rachel at (320) 398-7200. Cost for a memorial/ survivor luminaria bag is $10. Donation cards for the Wall of Fame in celebration of life or as a memorial are also available for $1 each. If you have any questions about the event or if you would Knights of Columbus Sunday, February 28 Serving 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. City Hall, Watkins Scram/,/ed like to start a team, please call Tummy or Rachel. The Luminaria j~/c~ m//k, e~e Bags are to be used inside and out- Adults: $7 . side during the American Cancer Society Relay for Life (winter ver- Children 5-12:$5 sion) SKI-Lay at Powder Ridge 4 & under: Free Saturday, Feb. 27. Take.out Available mBi Illlmaml i~i~ i ~ A ?4 p Feb. 28 N bever, es &desserts! Adults-S8 OFF ANY SUBSCRIPTION Children 16421- $3.50Buy up to 2 years at the discounted rate Children s & under- Fl'ee ($20 for in-Minnesota senior rate, $30 for in-Minnesota non-seniors, and $40 for out-state) Dinner jAccepted Silen: l Auction " " Saturday, March 5 Serving 5-7 p.m. $6 per person Children under age 5 Free Proceeds assist children & youth to attend Lake Beauty Bible Camp Sponsored b? Lake On/on Covenant Church Must come impersen to the Tri-County News office (downtown KimbaD on Monday, Feb, 29, only -between 12 noon and 5:30 p.m. Renew your subscription, or buy a new one. Buy a gift subscription for grandma, college student or family out-of-state. Actwe-mditary get a FREE subscription! : (OK to call for military subs anytime.) 020) 398-5000 or (320) 453-6397 (-NEWS)