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Thursday, April 4, 2013 Tri-Coun News www.tricountynews mn of Thanks The family of Loretta Brut- Stein's Meat and Groceries, the get would like to extend a sincere Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Auxiliary thank you to those who offered Post# 5460, the Red Hat ladies, and kindness, messages of sympa- the Senior Citizens for saying the thy, donated food or flowers, and Rosary. served themeal. Thank you Fr. Gross and A special thank you to the fol- Fr. Brunner for your presence and lowing: Hilltop Health Care Cen- prayers at the wake and mass, also ter for their eight years of care and Kathy Pauls for the music. compassion for Loretta, to Rice God Blessyouall! Hospice, Ertl's Funeral Home, The Family of Loretta Brutger Chickadee Tree Floral and Gifts, Shirley's 75th The family of Marvin May Special thanks to the Watkins would like to express our sincere American Legion Post #453, and thanks for all the love and sup- the professional military men for port we received at the time of the their heart-warming farewell at death of our father, the cemetery. We want to thank the Wat- Thanks also to the kitchen kins Ambulance service and the crew and St. Anthony's CCW for Meeker County Sheriff's Depart- the delicious lunch they prepared ment for their quick response early and to those who donated cakes or that Sunday morning, salad. Thanks also to Tom and Ray And thanks finally to the many from the Ertl Funeral Home for people who sent cards, flowers, the personal, professional job plants, or donated towards the they did, assisting us through the luncheon at Steins in Watkins. entire process of the visitation and We cannot put into words the funeral, gratitude we feel towards our rel- A big thank you to the priests, atives and friends for their out- Ft. Brunner, Ft. Gross, Ft. Wagner, . pouring of love and friendship Fr. Ekwoanya, Monsignor Gar- shown towards us at this sad time. vey, and our cousin, Fr. Deutsch We will never forget your kind- for officiating at the mass. and ness. May God bless you all! to Kathy Pauls for the beautiful Debbie, Cindy, Connie, music that filled the church. Our Nancy, Vicki, Kristi, dad would have been so proud, spouses and grandchildren Thank you, Todd Rohloff! Todd Rohloff and his trusty Bobcat cleared the entire KAHS track of snow. It took a couple of days, but he chipped his way through the hard-packed ice and snow that was nearly two feet thick. Having the track cleared allows the track team (and others) to use the track earlier than if they had to wait for Mother Nature to melt it all off. The entire track team and coaching staff is most grateful. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Saturday, April 6% S Bag Sale llam..-.Noon Household, & Men's Happy Birthday, Shirley, Love from Dale, Keith, Bonnie, and Sherry. Earn, Craft Beer and Wine Expo April 13 Second Annual Craft Beer and Wine Expo coming to Richmond Saturday, April 13 Craft beer and fine wine pair up for a second straight year to bene- fit the local youth hockey program at the 2013 River Lakes Craft Beer and Wine Expo from 2 to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 13, at the River Lakes Civic Arena, at 319 Central Avenue South in Richmond. The Expo will feature more than 35 Brewers and Vintners offering more than 100 varieties of craft beer and 40 varieties of fine wine. Early Bird tickets are only $25 and are available for purchase online at www.RiverLakesExpo. corn, or at Brinky's Liquor in Rich- mond, Cashwise Liquor in Waite Park, West Side Liquor in Waite Park, St. Cloud and Sartell or any River Lakes hockey parent. Get your tickets early, only 1,500 sold! Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $35. Once in the door, participants will receive their very own com- memorative glass to utilize as they indulge their palate with as many craft beers and fine wines as they so choose. Participants will move about with ease for four full hours of unlimited sa mpling. Expo orga- nizers take pride in offering sam- pling in a relaxed fun-filled atmo- sphere where you do not need to stand in long lines to enjoy the craft beer or wine of your choice. Brewery and Distributor represen- tatives will be on hand to answer questions about their beer and wine, its components, and flavor. It truly will be an enjoyable learn- ing experience for all. Major sponsors of the expo include: Schwieters Chevrolet, Third Street Brewhouse, Leigh- ton Broadcasting, Franklin Out- door Advertising, and E1 Rancho Manana Campground. All proceeds benefit the River Lakes Stars Youth Hockey Associ- ation, which provides more than 250 kids from seven central Minne- sota school districts the opportu- nity to play organized hockey each year. River Lakes is a 501,c,3 non- profit organization that provides a rewarding hockey experience, focuses on the development of play- ers, while promoting a fun, fair, and safe environment dedicated to the respect, sportsmanship, and excel- lence of all participants. iir'llrlr ii! iiiiiiii i irl in1191g Pag Kimball Legion Auxiliary meets Peterson 25th April 9 An open house 25th wedding anniversary celebration is planned for David and Karen Peterson of rural South Haven. This will be from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at Lake Union Covenant Church in South Haven. This celebration will be a pot luck. NARFE meets April 10 The National Active and Retired Federal Employee's (NARFE) will be meeting at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at Whitney Senior Center, St. Cloud. We will be discussing our up-coming state convention and our summer picnic. The Kimball American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Tues- day, April 9. This will be at the Kimball Legion Hall. You are invited to an OPEN HOUSE of the new SOUTH HAVEN CITY HALL at 521 Oak Ave., Saturday, April 6, 2013, 2-4 p.m. South Haven City Council Firearm Safety Class starting April 9 A Firearm Safety Class is start- ing Tuesday; April 9, at South Haven City Hall. If interested, please call Norm at (320) 236-7448. This is provided by the South Haven Sportsmen Club. Friday, April 5 South Haven Fire Hall Serving 4:30 to 9 p.m. Assumption Church Eden Valley sausage, scrambled eggs;, hash, "',browns, fruit, bread, homemade muffins'! & sweet rolls, beverage