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EV-W 4-grade boys' basketball team The Eden Valley-Watkins fourth-grade boys' basketball team placed second at the Kimball Basketball Tournament Saturday, March 2. In front row, left to right are Hunter Weiss, Randy Meyer, Blake Marquedant, and Ben Ruhland. In back row are AJ Rasmussen, Luke Christians, Joshua Streit, Nathan Becker, and Jared Geislinger. Coaches are Rich Streit and Jacob Streit. Submitted photo. Resource Center Program The Resource Center Program has a networking group planned in two locations, in Willmar Tues- day, march 12, and in Litchfield March 19. Are you an aduk caring for a child with autism, Asperger's, ADHD, or other life challenges? Then this is for you. It's also for professionals serving your child. This is a question and answer night, so bring your burning'ques- tions. Come share, learn, and go home with new ideas. The Networking Group at Litchfield will meet 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, march 19, at the Litch- field Public Library at 216 N. Mar- shall Ave. in Litchfield. No child- care is offered here. RSVP to sookbecky@grnail.com. The Networking Group at Will- mar meets 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, at West Central Indus- tries at 1300 22nd St. SW, in Will- mar. If childcare is needed, RSVP one week in advance to tboed- igheimer@tds.net. Refreshments offered. This is offered by West Cen- tral Industries-The Resource Cen- ter Program. You are not alone! westcentralindustries.com/trcp. EV-W Elementary Spring Music Program Monday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. the Eden Valley-Watkins Elemen- tary Spring Music Program will be presented at the Eden Valley- Watkins High School Gxmnasium. This will include First- through third-grade students and the fifth- and sixth-grade choir. Bethanne Holthaus, EV-W Elementary General Music Winners of Pearl Lake Fishing Contest The winners of the 2013 Pearl Lake Fishing Contest are in two categories: This contest tookplace Saturday, Feb. 9. Game Fish: Luke Merten - 3.0 Bass Denise Kampa - 2.0 Northern Brigitt Gerads - 1.98 Northern Pan Fish: Nick Heying - 1.1 Crappie Zach Thell - .82 Crappie Amy Jendro - .72 Crappie Michael Holbrook - .72 Crappie Wat, Kim-Valley VFW-breakfast March 17 This week at the Capitol theGeneral Fund to support overall focus was on the release of the spending. This use differs from state's newest budget forecast, alternative proposals, including Minnesota Management and Bud- abill authored by Sen. Carla Nel- get releases budget updates on a son that would use new cigarette monthlybasis, but each November tax revenue to lower the state- and February, the agency releases wide property tax burden on Min- i much more detailed picture of nesota employers. There was joint the financial outlook for the irate, meeting of the Senate and House Yesterday's release shows the Higher Education Committees state's budget picture continues to nominate candidates to a joint The Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Post 5460 is planning a breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday, March 17, at the Watkins Village Hall. The menu includes sausage, French toast, eggs, hash browns, juce and coffee. @PP @ HD@ MAR, 13 Bidding starts :to dose at 1 p,m+ CD~ wave ,~,~o~+ Item mm~m+ s~,++< ~+J++ #D7159 1 10+ assets selling without dozers, heavy trucks, traiters+ rotters, trenchers/boring, pick+ mere. 10% buyer's premium applies. 8&$.608.9283 Living with VISION LOSS? Find out if special microscopic or telescopic glasses can help you see better. You owe it to yourself to seek a second opinion. Chris Palmer, Optometrist ies in between. There was signifi- cant discussion about Metro Tran- sit's operating budget, the history of budget shortfalls, and Gover- nor Dayton's proposal to raise the sales tax for transit. Senator Michelle Fischbach encourages and appreciates con- their private data. This week, Elec- tions Committee introduced its major proposals in an omnibus packa.ge authored by Chair Katie Sieben (DFL-Cottage Grove). The proposals would make significant nded Occupa onal, Physical, &:Speech Rehabilitation stituent input and can be reached ' ' r * by phone at (651) 296-2084, by The aptesto mail to G 15 State Office Build- :: ::;better serve g St. an, MN 55155 or via i.::i:~U~ e-mail at sen.michelle.fischbach@ ::::~:: ::: senate.mn. 410~LuelMSt, I Watkins ...-