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Thursday, March 28, 2013 Tri-County News * www.tricountynews.mn C00ds qf Thanks EV-W Post Prom Raffle Thanks The Eden Valley-Watkins Post Prom Committee would like to thank everyone who purchased raffle tickets to help support our fund-raiser. The money we raised is used to hold an after-prom party that is safe and fun, free of drugs and alcohol. We provide entertain- ment, food, and prizes. It has been well received by the students, par- ents, and community at large! The raffle drawing was held Thursday, March 21, and the winners are: Heidi Palmer ........... $1,500 Bill Tschumperlin ........ 1,000 Roch and Gail Ruhland ..... 500 Melody Garding ........... 500 Don Neisen ................ 250 Jeff Just .................... 250 Dave Dziengel ............. 250 Jess Lubbers ............... 100 Hayden Willner ............ 100 Lori Dockendorf ........... 100 Troy Thielen ................ 50 Art and Carol Lahr .......... 50 Walter Johnson ............. 50 Heidi Donnay ............... 50 George Meyers .............. 50 Cristina Trevine ............ 50 Tom andLarae Asfeld ....... 50 Randy J. Hesse .............. 50 Ann Meyer ................. 25 Dorothy Brutger ............ 25 Joe Gathje .................. 25 Michael Ripley .............. 25 Julie Ruprecht .............. 25 Janet Sullivan ............... 25 Jeff Eisenberg ............... 25 Faith Molitor ............... 25 Molly Becker ............... 25 Data Erickson .............. 25 From the desk of Kimball Area Fire Department Chief Gohmann First off I want to thank the 1,249 people that came out to breakfast on Palm Sunday. Wow, is all I can say each year. We are so blessed to live in a community that shows so much support for their Fire and Rescue Department. The donations for our new rescue rig topped $5,000, with so far to date, 19 names have been added to the donor board. If anyone is still inter- ested in donating a $100 or more, we will add your name to the list. All support is always greatly appre- ciated. This year will mark the 17th year Ed Borman (aka Captain Pan- cake) has been in charge of our annual Palm Sunday breakfast. It is sad to see Ed step down from this committee, he has done an excep- tional job for the past 17 years. Ed wanted to step down before he retired from the department so that he could train in his replacement Mike Schneider. I am very confi- dent Mike will fill the shoes very well. Again, a great big "ThankYou" goes out to each and every one of you that supports our Fire Depart- ment each and every year! Snowmobile fatality in Corinna Township Friday, March 22, at 9:50 a.m. the Wright County Sheriff's Office was notified of a missing snow- mobiler in Corinna Township. The snowmobiler, a 19-year old Annandale man had left to go rid- ing Thursday, March 21, around 4 p.m. Before law enforcement began a search, the rider was located by family members on the Whispering Pines Golf Course, deceased from an apparent snow- mobile accident. The cause of the accident remains under investi- gation by the Wright County Sher- iff's Office and the name of the vic- tim is being withheld, pending the notification of relatives. Comm00ity Page 3 IIII I! IHIII I IIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIII I Ilnlnl II Kimball Legion B00rth Ann00versa 7 Auxiliary meets Decker Peterson 25 t" April 9 An open house 25th wedding anniversary celebration is planned The Kimball American Legion for David and Karen Peterson of Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Tues- rural South Haven. This will be day, April 9. from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 13, This will be at the Kimball at Lake Union Covenant Church in Legion Hall. South Haven. This celebration will be a pot South Haven luck Easter Egg Hunt E nsasement March 30 The Easter Egg Hunt in South Reid-Schmidt Haven is still looking for a few peo- ] i ;iij pie to volunteer to help. The Hunt Delilah Diane Decker, was bum it io:4 :i is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 13, 2013, to Lacey and Joe iii; :: March 30, at the Ball Field/City Decker of Fairhaven. She weighed :: 'ili: Park in South Haven. 6 pounds 1.7 ounces, and was 17 inches long. Eden Valley Area Library event NOTICE: Wanted: Vendors/Artisans/ Crafters for Saturday, May 11, You are invited to an Spring Extravaganza at the Eden OPEN HOUSE of the new Emily Reid and Jeff Schmidt Valley Area Library/Event Center. SOUTH HAVEN CITY would like to announce their Table/space rent is $20. This is scheduled from HALL at 521 Oak Ave., engagement. Their up-coming 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact is Marilyn Saturday, April 6, 2013, marriage will be June 29, 2013, Peterson at lmpeterson@meltel. 2-4 p.m. 10 years to the day of meeting each other. A small ceremony and recep- net, or phone (320) 290-1011. South Haven tion with family and friends is being City Council planned. Eden Valley H.S. Class of 1967 social Members of the 1967 graduat. ing class from Eden Valley High School are planning a social get- together for 1 p.m. to ?, Saturday, April 20, at Dino's Lakeside. Dino's is located 3 and 1/2 miles north- eastofEdenValley.Anyquestions, tOL "oJ'toa Ca.dV please call Bob and Diane Geis- EiZ " ; _._o0des linger at (320) 764-2421, or Paul -,o, Jut0e Milk Heibel at (320) 453-8963. Mu0h lore| Veterans |;aster Photos Available Memorial still accepting orders The Eden Valley American Legion, Post 381, is still accept- ing orders for new markers at the Memorial Park. Memorial blocks i Where business becomes personal. I ordered now will be placed in the park next spring before Memorial [ And where life comes together. [ Day. The 16 x8 x3 block made of [ Saturday, April 6, 9am-lpm  J granite and containing the name ofthe veteran, the branch of service, Brunch [ Kimball Area Hbh School  l and the era that he or she served. [ &UHVE..,../ ] The nly requirement is that the aOlq | person has served his country in TEL1- the Armed Service of the United UNDAY, APRIL 7 States of America. It is not neces- 9 am. - 1 p.m. sary to be a member of the Ameri- can Legion. Assumption Church [ Sign-up today and reach handrgds  ] Any veteran from any era, living local or deceased can be acknowledged Ed V U in our veterans' path of honor. :i ............... en a ey Blocks may be purchased by Smoked sausage, scrambled eggs, hash the veteran, or anyone wish- ing to honor that veteran. It could 0$, fruit, bread, homemade .......  .............  .......  ..... *""":' be a brother or sister, or maybe a , ( sweet rolls, beverage ACCESS THE .... WESTERH HEMISPHERE son wishing to honor his father or ,* ..........  mother or a father or mother wish- " :: " " .................. i ......... iii  iii ................. ................... present whoing tOhas honor time servedin their the or sOnis service.Serving or daughter at the' 4& under Free We know that there are many Grow Your Business in Latin America, the Caribbean, & Canada young people who have served or International Trade Conference are serving at present that would be honored to have a block in the April 23-24, 2013 Radisson Plaza Hotel[ Minneapolis, MN Memorial park. Two-day full conference registration - $349 The blocks cost $200. If you are $20 discount code: NEWS20  interested, or have questions, call www.tricountynews MN Jim Haag at (320) 453-2107,