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l Thursday, March 24, 2011 Tri-County News Kimball, MN ~.-'~i~i~::i::~::~::~?:i~ ~-~--~ ~: ~2~-.~--- Kimball Community Ed. activities KAHS Speech Haley Robben, Erin O'Brien, and Jacob Lindberg enjoyed an after- noon of snowshoeing on the trails at Willow Creek. Submitted photo. Community Education Youth the FACS room at the high school. Enrichment and Recreation The children discussed what they finished four weeks of winter would like to make and then they classes decided what days to make their By Suzanne Robben, choices. They were assigned groups Community Ed. Youth Programsand their very own kitchen. At the On Mondays, we headed to beginning of class, we socialized the winter wonderland in Wil-with new and old friends. Then the low Creek to enjoy snowshoeing, recipe to be prepared was reviewed However, in the past, trappers, fur and discussed. Each group found traders and anyone who needed to out firsthand how important it is get around used snowshoes, but to make sure you have the right didn't use them for pleasure like amount of the ingredient other- we did. We got a taste of what it was wise your recipe will not turn out like in the past, tromping through the way that it should. If a recipe the snow, and going down and up calls for l Tbsp. oil, you cannot use hills. We found tracks of animals 1 cup oil! It was an important learn- and tried to identify what animal ing experience. Good thing it was it was, scrapes on trees from deer caught before it was dumped into and the creek flowing with a mag- the bowl. Not onlydid they examine ical sound. Nature is amazing and a recipe, prep, and prepare the food, we enjoyed every minute of it. At they also had to set the table, clean the end of exploring nature, we their station, and do dishes. The enjoyed some hot chocolate on the group prepared steel-cut oatmeal, bench in the park. dumpling soup, pizza, and tuna or On Tuesdays, the Cooking Club chicken casserole. made a different food each class in Commo Ed./To page 5 results ByJodyMarkgraf,,coach Coach Sandal's retirement, sub- Camen Miles, Logan Bar- sequent coaching turnover, and tholomew, Jonathan Bisila, and the discontinuation of a seperate Tyler Dockery were just 3 years old. speech class as part of curriculum, Megan Bisila and Regan Dockery the speech team numbers dwin- were in the throes of their terrible dled from a steady 35-40 members twos. With their bottles and fruit to an all-time low of 11 members snacks and strides toward inde- in 2003. Over the last several years, pendence, these future speech the team has been steadily grow- champions were just learning ingin both numbers and talent. The how to use their voices. Last Mon- speech legacy that began with Kim- day night, March 14, at Kimball ball Hall of Famer Angela Provost, Area High School, they would use continued by Coach Molly Olson, their voices to lead their team to and currently under the leadership their first team championship in of Coach Jody Markgraf has finally 14 years, brought the title back to Kimball. In 1997, Coach Angela Provost Leading the way were Champi- Sandal claimed the last team con- ons in their categories: Tyler Dock- ference trophy for Kimball, end- eryin Creative Expression, Camen ing a 15-year run as Central Min- Miles and Logan Bartholomew nesota Conference Champs. With in Duo Interpretation, Jonathan Page 7 Bisila in Great Speeches, Megan Bisila in Informative Speak- ing, and Regan Dockery in Origi- nal Oratory. Also placing for Kim- ball were second place: Shelby Schiefelbein in Original Oratory; third place: Mitch Hurrle and Caleb Anderson in Duo, Kenzie Traurig in Serious Drama, Alissa Jones in Extemporaneous Read- ing, Katelyn Lichte in Extempo- raneous Speaking, Olivia Straley in Storytelling; fourth place: Holly Dahlinger in Drama and Dustin Opatz in Extemporane- ous Speaking; fifth place: Chelsey Maus in Humorous and Kimberly Fennema in Storytelling. Congratulations to all the Kim- ball Speechers on their Champi- onship winI Saturday, March 26, 9 am. t pm. Kimball Area High School 60+ booths wlth local businesses and organizations Food concessions Entertainment: KES Choir Root stu m National Guard obstacle course Jumping pillow for the kkls e for info: Leo Wiah (320) 398.8211 HOSPITAL & CLINIC 612 South SIb]ey Ave_, Litchfle~d MN 55355 There's no place like Kimball And, like you, we're proud to call it home. Thank you for your business and your trust. We look forward to many more successful years together Thomas ENIn~r ~ , Inc. P0~xl0 39A Malls Odvo ~3 in .c ri ttnr lar !lal[ KLFD Account Representative 234 No. Sibley Ave. Tel.: (320) 693-328i Litchfield MN 55355 Fax: (320) 693-3283 kris@klfdl410.cornCell: (320) 262-1084 Endless Possibilities Heidi Jo Rosenow (320) 761-2244 eidij o .....