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4 a e20 Thursday, March 7, 2013 r News ? Eden Valley Watkins Kimball South Haven Business & community progress: what's new and improved in the past year? More than 7,000 copies will be printed and distributed: Subscribers to Tri-CountyNews and Eden Valley-Watkins News Every mailing address in the four communities Distributed at April 6 Kimball Area Business & Community Expo and Eden Valley Business Expo in June Through local businesses, schools, governments, and real estate agents ,, All in full, glorious color! .ay: (320) 398-5000 tel./fax (320) 453-6397 (-NEWS) PO Box 220, Kimball MN 55353 ads@tricountynews.mn www.tricountynews.mn Deadline for content and advertising: March- 14 KIMBALL/MAIN OFFICE 398'3500 ~PO~ , SAINT AUGUSTA OFFICE ATWATER OFFICE 251-6100 974-8861 www. harvestbankmn.co m EV-W senior Zach Blonigen (120#) placed sixth in State at the Minnesota State Wrestling Tournament, individuals competition, March 1-2. Junior Cain Renner (145#) won two of four matches, ultimately losing to the wrestler who took fourth in State. Senior Austin Peterson (152#) lost to the opponent who would take fifth in State; he won another match, but lost his final match. Junior Luke Kuechle (160#) lost both his matches at State competition. Photos by Vanessa Schluetter. KANDIYOHI OFFICE 382-6100 Family Stories Scrapbooking Weekend The Stearns History Museum and Research Center will turn into scrapbooking heaven for 30 hours between Friday, April 19, and Sunday, April :21. Scrapbook- ing-can be done anywhere (and is!). Scrapbooking at the SHMRC offers the opportunity to think about scrapbooking in its histori- cal context. Every scrapbook tells a story and most tell a history story. In addition to ample time to create scrapbooks (using your own tools as well as some provided by the Museum), the weekend will also include optional work- shops on incorporating genealog- ical research into your scrapbook- ing projects, on how people in the past have done scrapbooks, and on how to use your scrapbook to craft your own, your family's; or your community's story.Each day will include one make and take. A Creative Memories consultant will provide advice, ideas, answer questions, and offer a selection of CM supplies. Friday night pizza, Saturday lunch, Sunday brunch, and snacks and water provided and a refrigerator and microwave oven are available. To register, call the Stearns History Museum at -(320) 253-8424. Size: 16. Registra- tion deadline: March 31, 2013. For more information, contact Debi at dpack@stearns-museum.org. Friday, April 19 2-11 p.m.; Satur: day, April 20 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Sun- day, April 21, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $100 for members, $110 for non- members.