Newspaper Archive of
Tri-County News
Kimball, Minnesota
March 11, 2010     Tri-County News
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 11, 2010

Newspaper Archive of Tri-County News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, March 11, 2010 Tri-County News *Kimball, MN Date change for adoption meeting Adoption meeting original date was Thursday, March 18, has now been changed to Monday, March 15. Lutheran Social Service of Min- nesota Adoption: Join us to learn about exciting opportunities and changes in adoption. Discover the tools and support for families who would like a flexible, proactive adoption process, and learn how LSS can partner with you to grow your family. LSS can help families adopt chil- dren locally and from countries around the world. The adoption information meet- ing will be held at 6-8 p.m. Monday, March 15, at Atonement Lutheran Church, located at 1144 29th Ave- nue North, St. Cloud. Call Lynne Haggar at (612) 879- 5230 or (888) 205-3769 to reg- ister. For more information, or to register online, visit <www.>. Utchfield and Dassel Ubrary events The Litchfield Public Library is hosting a free pottery class for children in grades 3-6: Mondays, March 15, 22, and 29, 4-5 p.m. Sign up at the Litchfield Library. The Litchfield Public Library is getting a visit from the Minnesota Crime Wave (Carl Brookins, Ellen Hart, and William Kent Krueger) at Gloria Dei and Emmaus Place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 18. No sign-up is necessary. The Dassel Public Library wel- comes Minnesota author Chris Farrell, economics editor for Mar- ketplace Money on National Pub- lic Radio. He will discuss his book The New Frugality: How to Con- sume Less, Save More, and Live Bet- ter at the Dassel History Center & Ergot Museum at 7 p.m. Monday, March 22. No sign-up is neces- sary. Community ...... Page3 Daffodil Days March 18, 19, 20, and 21 are Daf- fodil Days at the Kimball Ameri- can Legion. The American Cancer Society is asking for our help to fight cancer. Please consider a donation by pur- chasing some of the following: Bunch of daffodils $10 Special order items: Bunch and vase $15 Dainty daffodils $15 Bear and bunch $25 Gift of hope $25 Bear hugs $25 Sunshine bouquet $75 Sponsor 1/2 case $250 Sponsor case $500 Any dollar amount will be accepted. Checks should be writ- ten to the American Cancer Soci- ety. As an organization, this is a wonderful community service to donate to, as cancer affects so many of our friends and neigh- bors. Donations/flowers at the Kim- ball American Legion. Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 261. Questions or special order items, callLuAnnat (320)398-7282. Icehouse stolen in north Kingston Card of My 80th birthday party was so wonderful! Thanks to my family for a great job and also for the gifts. Thank you to all relatives and friends for gifts, flowers, and beau- tiful cards. May God bless you! Lorraine Werner Programming at Kimball Library , Great River Regional Library s Kimball branch is providing a the- ater class to take place at the Kim- ball High School Auditorium at 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 20. Teens who are ages 13-17 are invited to an "Introduction to Shakespeare," presented by pro- fessional teaching artists from the Guthrie Theater. Even if you have never studied Shakespeare, learn about his plays, the lan- guage, movement and music of them, with a special emphasis on upcoming Guthrie productions. The attendance limit is 20 and pre- registration is required. This program is funded with money from the vote of the peo- ple of Minnesota on Nov. 4, 2008, which dedicated funding to pre- serve Minnesota's arts and cul- tural heritage. For more information about Kimball Public Library activities, please contact the library at (320) 398-3915. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Mor- rison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It provides Central Minnesota residents with nearly one million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, pro- gramming and information ser- vices. Kimball Library open hours: Monday 3-6, Wednesday 10-1, 3-6, Thursday 10-1, 3-8, Saturday 9-12. Township Wednesday, March 3, a resi- dent of north Kingston Township reported to the Meeker County Sheriff's Office that his icehouse was taken from his home some- time between march 1 and March 3. The icehouse was described as a 6-foot, 4-inch by 14-foot Lampi Auction Equipment Icehouse. It is metallic grayin color with a mocha frost stripe. There is a drop-down removable hitch and has double doors in the back. There are four red and black reflectors on the topside corners of the icehouse. The icehouse was parked by a shed and would have been visi- ble from the roadway where it was parked. Inside, was an Aqua View fish camera, Strikemaster Lazer ice auger, portable cook stove, and miscellaneous items that were val- ued between $7,000 and $7,500. Stearns County Dairy Princesses crowned Stearns County Dairy Princesses for 2010 are (front row, from left) Hannah Molitor, Jill Felling, Emily Achen; (back row, from left) Kather- ine Holdvogt, Hannah Schaefer, Joylynn Hadrich. Submitted photo. promoting safe and wholesome dairy products. Also, each prin- cess has the opportunity to attend a statewide training seminar held in May and compete for one of 12 spots for Princess Kay of the Milky. Stearns County American Dairy Association also awards two schol- arships. This year's winners are: Emily Achen and Hannah Schaefer. Hannah Molitor was named Miss Congeniality. The six Dairy Ambassadors for Stearns County are: Kayla Hartung, daughter of Gene and JoAnn Har- tung; Kristen Herdering, daugh- ter of Steve and Pare Herdering; Kirsten Meier, daughter of Vernon and Michelle Meier; Savana Weller, daughter of Jim and Jackie Weller; and Cindy Willenbring; daughter of Jerome and Barb Willenbring. Bal Six young ladies were crowned as Stearns County Dairy Princesses at the coronation held Saturday eve- ning, March 6, at the Freeport Com- munity Center. A total of 11 candi- dates competed in the judging. The day began with a speech, personal interviews, lunch with the judges, and finally a mock media inter- view. The princess candidates were judged on communication skills, personality, enthusiasm for dairy promotion and general knowledge of the dairy industry. The three judges for the day were: Jim Ostlie, Minnesota Department of Agricul- ture Livestock Development Spe- cialist; Kristine Spadgenske, Mid- west Dairy Association, MN Divi- sion/Dairy Producer; Seena Gless- ing, Dassel-Cokato Ag Instructor/ Dairy Producer. The six Dairy Princesses are: Emily Achen, daughter of Craig and Cindy Achen; Jill Felling, daughter of Cyril and Deb Felling; Joylynn Hadrich, daughter of Dale and Cor- rine Hadrich; Katherine Holdvogt, daughter of Alvin and Bernie Hold- vogt; Hannah Molitor, daughter of Joe and the late Shirley Molitor; and Hannah Schaefer, daughter of Ron and Maureen Schaefer. The six Dairy Princesses will serve as goodwill ambassadors for the dairy industry over the nextyear, Pearl Lake Moose in l'hird A..ual gatril Parade "Parade so Nioe, You See if Twice!" i;rat$. Iurgers, by gearl Lake Lodge (Hy Id $, Marry, (t20} 195-2$11 Let's talk TURKEY! Join at Kingston Community Center in Kington ANNUAL Adults: $ 8 MARCH 19 6-1 O: $4 4:50 - 8 P.M. Preschool: Free Take-out: $ 9 Sponsored by the Johnson Kelly American Legion Post 483 and Kingston Lions Club ..... T,r- ...... "--- :  t ' I i - !, ; 1t