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..... www.tricountynews.mn ~[7 ~'[]1~,IT'1 I [FRI[[[ ill [i .... Kimball Legion Auxiliary meets March 9 The Kimball American Legion Wednesday, March 9, at Hendricks Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Bus Garage rather than at the club. Upcoming at the Eden Valley Area Library March 11 from 9:30-11:00 a.m. welcome - Story Hour at the Eden Valley March 14 at 6 p.m. - Friends of Area Library EVAL meeting March 12 at 1 p.m. - Annual March 16 at 6:30 p.m. - EVC4P EVAL Board meeting, public meeting Celebrate Cokato's birthday March 13 The Cokato Museum & community was poised to grow Historical Society invites the pub- and thrive. And it certainly did lic to a free open house 1-4 p.m. just that. Sunday, March 13, to help cele- The open house is free and the brate the 138th Birthday of the public is welcome. Stop by to see Village of Cokato. the many updates we have made March9,1878,avotewasheldin to the museum, including our the settlement known as "Cokato", popular Escape Room, along with a Dakota word that roughly trans- a fun slide show about railroading lated to "in the midst of". The res- history, and one of our new video idents of this young settlement display monitors in the gallery. overwhelmingly chose to incor- We'll provide the refreshments. porate, and the Village of Cokato For more information on what was born. The population at the the museum and historical soci- time was fewer than 300 people, etyhave to offer, check out our web With a rail station, hotels, grain site: www.cokatomuseum.org; on elevators, and other businesses Facebook at: Cokato Museum & that served the people of the sur- Akerulnd Photo Studio; or follow rounding townships, the new us onTwitter,@CokatoMuseum. Paramount Gallery & Gifts coloring contest Unleash your inner artist and judged by gallery artists and the share your passion for color- art crawl patrons Friday, March ing in the Paramount Gallery & 18. Prizes include Paramount Gifts Coloring Contest. Color any Tickets, Paramount Gallery Gift design of your choice from size Certificates, Visual Art Center 4x6 to 8xll, with your choice of Underground Passes. colored pencil, marker, ink, oil Enter by March 14, 2016, at pastel, crayon, etc. Adults over 18 the Paramount Gallery, 913 W. only, one entry per person and no St. Germain St., St. Cloud. For need to frame, more information contact the Prizes will be awarded for Paramount Gallery at (320)257- Art Crawl Favorite, Best use of 3120, or at www.paramountarts. Color, Most Innovative, and org. Best Shading. Artwork will be Kingston Lions and Legion Fish Fry March 18 The Johnson Kelly American Legion Post 483 and Kingston Lions Club plan their Annual Fish Fry for Friday, March 18. This is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Kingston Community Center. The cost is $10 for adults, and $5 for ages 6-10. Preschool chil- dren are free. Take out is at side door with approximate wait time 10 minutes. Please bring used eye- glasses and hearing aids. Maine Prairie Cemetery Board meeting March 24 The Maine Prairie Cemetery All interested parties are urged Board will hold its annual meet- to attend. ing at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 24, The Maine Prairie at Hendricks Bus Office. Cemetery Board South Haven's 78th Annual Fish Fry April 1 The South Haven Sportsmen's Club plans their 78th Annual Fish Fry for 4:30-9 p.m. Friday, April 1. This is the Granddaddy of them all, 1938-2016. All-City Garage Sales So far, we know of these three all-city garage sales that have been scheduled: Sat., May 14: Kimball Sat., May 21: Eden Valley Sat., May 21: Watkins Tickets are $10 to dine in or take out. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Proceeds go toward conserva- tion projects. Be sure to let us know of any others and we can add them to the list! OIL & PROPANE Family-owned & o~rated since 1929 B MAIN STREET SOUTH PAGE 3 March 10, 2016 Birthday thank you Thank you all who came to cel- ebrate my 85th birthday at the Kimball Church of Christ, Sunday, March 6. I was overwhelmed by the huge attendance, cards, gifts, good wishes and all who helped plan and serve in so many ways, including a special program. May God bless you all beyond measure as you have blessed me! Mary Johnson Fire update at AK Graphics and Rehab By Jean Doran Matua, Editor the rebuilding has begun. There's Early Monday morning, Feb. 29, no way to estimate yet when the an electrical fire burned part of a two businesses will be back in wall and into the rafters at 61 Main operation. St. So. in downtown Kimball. The SonofaButcher Bar &Grillnext building housed AK Graphics and door was closed for a few days to Rehab Boutique, owned by Andy clean out the smoke smell, but it Knaus and his mother Jody. The was re-opened by Friday evening. fire was quickly put out by Kim- A GoFundMe site was started ball and South Haven Fire Depart- by a friend, to raise funds for all ments. But both businesses were that's not covered by insurance. total losses. The clothing, printing Andy is very grateful for all the equipment, materials, inventory, help he's received and continues everything was a loss. By Monday to receive. (There will be more afternoon, a hardy crew of friends in next week's Tri-County News.) and family had the building Meanwhile, he hopes to be up and cleared out. Over the past week, printing in a temporary location the building has been gutted and (his old office) soon. Kimball Library Programs Basic Computer & Internet Help Do you need help setting up an email account, doing a basic web search, using Word or Excel on your PC? An experi- enced volunteer is willing to help! Appointments must be made by the Friday prior (320) 398-3915. Kimball Public Library Monday mornings 10 a.m. Make and Take Rain Sticks April showers bring May flow- ers - So why not help it along by visiting the library and making a rain stick to take home. Supplies are limited. Ages 6-12. Sponsored by the Kimball Friends of the Library. Kimball Public Library Monday, April 4, during Library open hours. Zentangle with Penny Leuthard Zentangles have taken the art world by storm. Zentangles are easy to learn, relaxing and a fun way to create beautiful black and white art by drawing structured patterns on 3-1/2 inch square paper tile. The best part is that anyone can learn to do them! Ages 8 and up. Limit 15. Registration is required. A Legacy Event. Kimball Public Library, Monday, April 11, 4- 5 p.m. Quarry Cinema has ALL-DIGITAL picture and sound. On-line ticketing/ Birthday parties! Whiskey Tango Foxtrot l O Clouer ld Land London Has Fallen Zootopia Zootopia3D Da ool Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685--7111 Friday, March 11, 4-8 p.m, $9, children $5 available Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Post 5460 Sunday, March 13 Serving 8 a.m.-Noon Watkins Village Hall for Life Adults: $10 Ages 6-t0: Preschool: TAKEOUT at side-door Saturday, March 19, Approx. 1: 0 Registration Begins at 12:30 p.m. (Kids 10 & under- 3 age groups) At the Lioas Ice Kick Watkias