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PAGE 3 ............. ............. March 24, 2016 i m Kimball Days Committee seeks volunteers The Kimball Days Committee and can be contacted at (320) is looking for additional volun- 493-5276. teers. Brian Kiffmeyer is the chair Kimball I.D. wants your best recipes The Kimball Fire Department the Fire Hall (in box by flagpole), will celebrate its 100th anniver- emailed to kimballfiredepartment sary next year. In anticipation,, or mailed they're preparing a second edi- to KFD, PO Box 121, Kimball MN tion cookbook: Kimball's Hottest 55353. Recipes. Thanks for helping make this All recipes are due by Sept. 30, second edition even hotter than 2016. They can be dropped off at the first. 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 Summer Trap League Teams forming The Kimball Rod & Gun Club now forming. Please call (320) Summer Trap League Teams are 224-0632, if interested. South Haven Easter Egg Hunt March 26 The South Haven Sportsmen's Hunt at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 26, Club is sponsoring an Easter Egg at South Haven City Park. South Haven's 78th Annual Fish Fry April 1 The South Haven Sportsmen's Tickets are $10 to dine in or Club plans their 78th Annual Fish take out. Children 12 and younger Fry for 4:30-9 p.m. Friday, April 1. must be accompanied by an adult. This is the Granddaddy of them Proceeds go toward conserva- all, 1938-2016. tion projects. Thunderin' Toms membership banquet Stearns County Thunderin' Toms plan their 21st Annual Membership Banquet for Friday, April 1. Social Hour is 5:30 p.m. and dinner is at 7 p.m. at The Great Blue Heron in Cold Spring. The Stearns County Thunderin' Toms chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) invites you to attend their 20th annual membership banquet. The purpose of their organization is to promote of wild turkeys in Minnesota. Your support helps to insure the future growth and development of the wild turkey population. The highlights of this year's banquet includes: door prizes, collectable artwork, live and silent auctions, raffles, many guns and a great dinner. For more information, please call Hafland Donnay at (320) 250-4733, or Charlie Mueller at the conservation and management (320) 398-2801. Eden Valley Area Library activities April 2 - 10 a.m. Minnesota Valley Quilters meet to present the log cabin block at Eden ValleyArea Library/Event Center. Watch for details and check out our website www.eval22- April 2 - 10 a.m. EVAL Seed April 4 thru 9 HUGE Scholastic Book Fair offering pre- school to adult books. Watch for posting of our daily events and check out our website. April 9 - Eden Valley Area LibraryOpensatEdenValleyAreaLibrary Writing Contest Awards Library/ Event Center. Watch for Ceremony - 10 a.m. at Eden Valley details and check out our website Area Library/Event Center. Kimball Library programs Make & Take Rain Sticks - April 4 Children ages 6 to 12 are invited to make a Rain Stick at the Kimball Public Public Library Monday, April 4, during open hours 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-7 p.m. Supplies Zentangles are a fun way to cre- ate beautiful black and white art by drawing structured patterns on small square paper tiles. Anyone can learn to do them. Artist Penny Leuthard will demonstrate how to are limited. Sponsored by thehavefunwiththisrelaxingartform. Kimball Friends of the Library, The attendance limit is 15 and reg- Zentangla Workshop with Penny istration is required. This event is teuthard - April 11 funded in part by Minnesota's Arts Adults, teens and children 8 and and Cultural Heritage Fund. older are invited to a Zentangle For more information, contact Workshop at the Kimball Public the Kimball Public Library at (320) Library 4-5 p.m. Monday, April 11. 398-3915. Pork chop dinner benefit for Sam Rossman A benefit is scheduled for remission, he was diagnosed last Sam Rossman from 4:30-8 p.m. month with Stage IV lymphoblas- Saturday, April 16, at Generations tic leukemia. A serious infection Ballroom in Kimball. A pork chop has postponed any chemother- dinner, silent auction, and photo apy. The benefit will go toward his booth are planned, and T-shirts medical bills. Donations may also will be for sale. Sam (KAHS '94) be sent to Harvest Bank, ATTN: was originally diagnosed in 2014 Sam Rossman, PC Box 70, Kimball with lymphoma; after a year'sMN55353. All-City Garage Sales scheduled So far, we know of these threeSat., May 14: Kimball all-city garage sales that have Sat., May 21: Eden Valley been scheduled: Sat., May 21: Watkins Kimball All- City Garage Sale May 14 Timetcleantheclsets'the ~~']~'hs~~ignse'scr;:~__ae''"~Ch~dd:lntss$iO4 ~ attic, the basement and garage, i;~!.i hash fruit, brea -- ........ Children 5:10 $4 and make,,a little money on thevaluables you no longer need. ~ h~memaderauffi~b,verage 4~underFree ~} The Kimball All-City Garage Sale L~.." ~Slllnp~Oll Church, Edenyalley will be held Saturday, May 14. Sales will start at 8 a.m. If you wish .... ~i~!i ~ ~:~'~" ~ ~" i~ ~ ~ i~i ~"-i~:~ii: ~7~ :~ -~~k~ !~ ~i~ ~ ~(~2~ to participate, please stop in at the Tri-County News, or call Jayne at (320) 398-5000, with your name, the address of your sale, and alist KNAUS of the items you will have avail- able at your sale. The informa- SAUSACE tion will be published along with the garage sale map. There is no charge to list your sale. Sponsored by the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce. Call 'tO reserve The Lions Shelter in Willow Creek Park has been reserved for WHOLE HOGS, BEEF 114 & 112! LOCALLY RAISED! GREAT PRICES! CALL TODAY!! anyone from the country who .................... I I would like to bring their garage ............................................................... HOURS 8.45"-30 MONDAY-SATURDAY. 8:30-NOON SUNDAY | [mail: Imat~melld.nel * $ Main St Kimball I sale into town. Sign up through (320)398-5485 * 31 the Tri-County News office (see above). Annandale Library programs Make and Take Rain Sticks April 5 Children ages 6 to 12 are invited to make a Rain Stick to take home at the Annandale Public Library Tuesday, April 5, during open hours 9 a.m.-1 p.m., and 2-5 p.m. Supplies are lim- ited. Sponsored by the Annandale Friends of the Library. For more information, contact the Annandale library at (320) 274-8448. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It pro- vides Central Minnesota resi- dents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public com- puters, programming and infor- mation services. Annandale Area Public Library hours are Monday 2-5, Tuesday 9-1 and 2-5, Wednesday 2-8, Friday 9-12 and 2-5, Saturday 9-12. Join us tkftll BOrRrr! Baked Chicken, Ham & Pot Roast Mashed Eggs, Waffles, Biscuits & Gravy, Fish Fry Copitol t8 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT~ OR IIN~URIES zootop/a Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 We welcome all buyers & sellersl Set-up your trallor or tables. Vendors may begin their setup Friday after 12-noon