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Thursday, March 12, 2009 &apos;d11II 11 1111 trod? PS:I 0" : Tri-County News Kimball, MN ..v666a.=,6 v.866 ,j _ 5 ,lD J a a showers Birt Thanks to al! the people who lklk.,.,..I..,...--., P, , I  bZ-v lk I /t/vg./, came to Glenns visitation and /Inl/Ll'll lueDer I Jl | (Lf--.,,,"-l/ funeral. A special thanks to Pas- An open house baby shower L  ("Z-  tor Jerry Albert and Dingmann is planned for Alyssa Mertens [ Jl, ilJd.lJ ,O,, 1 ; |   I _ " IJ 1 Funeral Care. Also to the peo- at2 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Iv t. ,lyJtt I Q pie who allowed Glenn to stay Holy.Cross School in Pearl Lake [ AUCtiOn I Chef" in his home these last few diffi- tMarty). I  .- I ',U u ..^o^ .. _ cult years: Kimball Rescue Squad, Nathan and Alyssa are expect- I /rL " quot .Proc_ee(L.s. I IU.JU am ~ ! II1 Meals on Wheels, Pam Bosch, ing their new arrival in April. I ,  zor,may rams I heck out new spring pro& Lorene and Cliff Lunde, Mark and ' I qiAIJ OTHER I & sample new recipes. Liz Karvonen, Anita Hoefer, Sue Zutz-Newman sp, d,,ow,,g. Berscheid, and other friends and An open house baby shower is / .................. j | neighbors, planned for Christy Zutz-Newman at Watkins Village Hall The family of Glenn Bennett St. Wendelin's omelet breakfast St. Wendelin's Parish of Lux- emburg will be serving an all-you- can-eat omelet breakfast at Mary Hall 8:30 a.m. until noon Sun- day, March 22. The menu includes ham and cheese omelets, sausage, potatoes, applesauce, sweet rolls, toasts and beverages. A bake sale and raffle-drawing will also be available. Seeking 1983 Kimball yearbook Dean "Whitey" Holm, class of 1983, sends his greetings to his fel- low classmates. Because he has lost his yearbook, he is asking our readers if there is a 1983 KAHS yearbook available. He lives in Hot Springs, Ark., and can be reached at (501) 624-4214 or e-mail <dean holm @yahoo.corn>. at noon Saturday, March 14, at the home of Bonnie Zutz. Please call (320) 293-1547 with questions. Ham bingo at St. Anthony's Ham bingo will be at the Par- ish Center of St. Anthony's Cath- olic church in Watkins. Join us Saturday, March 21, for a "Sloppy Joe" dinner starting at 6 p.m. and Ham bingo starting at 7 p.m. at our St. Anthony Social Hall (school cafeteria). The dinner is "Sloppy Joes," chips, and a cookie for $2. Bingo cards are $4 per card, 10 games for a ham, 10 games for $10, and a final blackout game for $40 will be played. There.will be draw- ings for door prizes. The local food shelves at Eden Valley and Kimball will benefit from this project. Sunday, March 15 Letter to the Editor Celebrate winter athletes and academics The Kimball School District wishes to recognize the success of our winter athletes and academic competitors. Our wrestlers and bas- ketball players have achieved excel- lence in their sports yet again this season. Our wrestlers have sent two outstanding mat men to the annual state tournament and our basket- ball highlights included a momen- tous 1,000 career-point milestone. We celebrate your victories, support you in times of challenge, admire your absolute dedication and in all ways wish you continued success. Our Speech Team also has been achieving new heights with com- manding presence and confidence. Kimball is honored to have ex- emplary students, athletes and scholars to lead the way for those to come.You are all fine role models for our younger students, demonstrat- ing what can be done with convic- tion to one's endeavors. We thank you for your inspiration. Our teams have earned and elevated Kimball's respect as notable and formidable competitors, not to be taken light- ly. Respect is something that must be earned through thought, word and deed. Respect does not always come easy. Respect comes from do- ing your best everyday to contribute your talent to your team and your town. One could not ask for more from our students, it is an honor to have you call Kimball home. We also celebrate and thank parents, coaches, teachers and sup- porters. We realize that together as a community, bonding and work- ing hard together, we can provide fertile soil and opportunity for competition and success. We've learned that we can cooperate, play in the sandbox together and raise the waterline for all. We are thankful for good news in trying times. We are glad to have bright spots to light the way as we thoughtfully and strategically work through current conditions aspir- ing toward better days ahead. You can expect your School Board's gratitude and support for all you do to make our education system and community a center of unwavering and relentless dedication to excel- lence. Show the Pride, Share the Pride, Grow the Pride! Tim Zipoy Kimball School Board Member Dan and Becky (Kuechle) Stu- eber are pleased to announce the birth of their son Noah Daniel. He was born Dec. 29, in Mora, Minn, weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces and was 22 and a half inches long. Grandparents are Roy and Dianne Lovaas of Isle, Minn., and Ron and Barb Kuechle of Watkins. Chili Supper March 19 The annual Chili Supper spon- sored by the Dassel Area Histori- cal Society will be from 4:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 19, at the Univer- sal Laboratories, 901 First Street in Dassel. A $6 donation per person is suggested. gafurday, March 2.1 Serving -7 p.m. Kiagsto. Contunity Center Hosted by Lake g.io. Cove.ant Church So.day School Childre. $ per perso. Chiidre.  t, umler Free All donafions accepted Proceeds go toward sending the children to Bible Camp Friday, March 27 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Ballroom, Kimball Performance by "Orange Whip" 8 to Noon Home00d00 Catering Graduations Summer Picnics Family Reunions Weddings Anniversaries Hot Beef Potato Salad Pulled Pork Coleslaw Country Chicken Pasta Salad ? Smoked Pork Chops Fruit Salad :-, Choose Pick-Up, Delivery or Fully Catered Joel 320"290"5092 Cell www.homestylecateringmn.com Pearl Lake Parade (Wally) geh.eider Irats iurger spo.sored by Pearl LakeLodge Knaus ausage House Cry F.d $ MarLy. fit20} 95-2$$ & Kingston Lions Club /oin us/ Kingston Community Center