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l Thursday, April" 7, .2011 Pa e3 Tri-County News Kimball, MN ................. , 41 = ..... Hamilton 90 Werner 50'h Hoffer- Olson-Looman Dbbesmeler nnmmmnn An open house come and go *'~* * =* * =~'* bridal shower will be held for Mandy Libbesmeier, bride-to-be .... Of Mark Krippner from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 9, at St. Annes Catholic Church in Kimball. Parents of the bride are Dennis and Deb Libbesmeier of Watkins. Parents of the groom are Frank and Shelly Krippner of Marty. The couple is registered at Target and Mills Fleet Farm. An Open House 90th birthday party is being held forAnn Hamilton from 1-3:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16. This will be at the Triple R Grill and Bar, 37 Maus Drive in Kimball. No RSVP is required, please no gifts. Good wishes can be sent to Ann at 40 Sunrise Drive, Kimball, MN 55353. The party is being hosted by Ann's family: Greg and Val, Molly and Emma Hamilton, and Cory and Charlie, Nick, Max and Sam Burrows. We hope to see you there for this very special day for Ann. Donations for Lake Union Cemetery Donations are needed for mow- ing of the Lake Union Cemetery. Please send donations to Jerry Hok- kala, 33750-748th Avenue, South Haven MN 55382. Thank you. Kimball Reads Program says thanks An open house celebration will Gregg and Jill Olson of Amery, The 2011 Kimball Reads Pro- be held in honor of Marshall and Wis., would like to announce the gram would like to thank all corn- Lorraine Werner from 1-4 p.m. MartyandPamHofferofPlym- engagement of their daughter Kelly munity members that read to stu- Saturday, April 16, at the Kimball outh, are pleased to announce the to Preston Looman, son of Brad and dents at the Kimball Elementary Church of Christ. engagement of their daughter Jean- Kerri Lo0man of Kimball School during February, "I Love to nette Christine Hoffer to Scott Law- Kelly is a 2004 graduate of Amery Read Month." yourNgift.gifts' please. Your presence is rence Dammann, son of Paul and High School, and a 2009 gradu- The support of the community, Carol Dammann of Clearwater.ate of St. Cloud State University in and also the staff, administration Auxiliary Jeannette is a 2006 and 2010 grad- St. Cloud. She is currently employed ~md student body of the Kimball Legion uateofSt.CloudStateUniversi~,and by Speedy Delivery of St. Cloud. Schools was greatly appreciated. to meet is currently employed at Fridley High Preston is a 2004 graduate of Truly, the love of reading is evident School as a science teacher. Scott is a Kimball Area High School, and a throughout the year in the Kimball i The Kimball American Legion 2000 graduate of Kimball Area High 2006 graduate of Ridgewater Col- community. Auxiliary is planning their meet- School, and is currently employed lege in W-fllmar. He is currently Marcia Mahlum, Program Chair " ing for 7 p.m. Monday, April 11, with Xcel Energy. working at Capital Granite near MarilynThom-Wirth at the Kimball American Legion They will be married Aug. 6,Cold Spring. clubrooms. 2011, in Plymouth. A June 2011 beach wedding is Cindy May being planned on the shores of Public Relations Chairman Lake Superior in Two Harbors. Ham Bingo April 9 The Church of St. Anthony in Watkins is sponsoring a "Sloppy Joe" dinner starting at 6 p.m. and ham bingo start- ing at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at the Social Hall (school base- ment). Dinner consists of a "Sloppy Joe", chips, cookie and a beverage. Ten games for a ham, 10 games for cash or a certificate, and a final blackout game of bingo will be played. There will also be draw- ings for door prizes. If possible, bring an item for the food shelves. Of the proceeds, 50 percent will be donated to the Eden Valley and Kimball food shelves. Join us for a fun evening. Watkins Lions Event April 30 The Watkins Lions Club is plan- ning their First Annual Bean Bag Tournament, Soup and Chili.Cook- off, and Silent Auction for Saturda~ AprU30. This will be at the Watkins Skat- ing Rink. The Bean Bag Tournament begins at 2 p.m. at $20 per team. Payout is based on the number of teams. To register, call Bud's Bar at (320) 764-2837, or Shorty's Bar at (320) 764- 9442. The Soup & Chili Cook-off is from 4-7 p.m. There will be first- and second-place judges and Peo- ple's Choice Awards for best soup and chili. To enter your favorite soup or chili, at no charge, call Jerry at (320) 764-6622. To "eat all-you- can-eat" is $5. The Silent Auction is from 4-7 p.m. If you would like to donate to the silent auction, please contact Jerry at (320) 764-6622, .or Jason at (320) 764-2796. All proceeds are for the benefit of the skating rink. Saturday, April 16, I0 a. rHoo Hunt begins at approx.10:30 . . (Kids 10 & under) Wafkms EiemeMtary goho01 (if bad weather: wilt be indoors) - tl/FiagerpriMfiag, M.O. Sheriff's I ept J0ioe' [aster l hot0s AvailaSle ~For a small fee)~ Food 9helf Ponations Greatly Appreelated!i Saturday, April 9, 7 p.m. Kingston Community Sign up now for the All-City Garage Sale The All-City Garage Sale, spon- sored by the Kimball Area Cham- ber of.Commerce, is get for Satur- day, May 14. Sign up now through May 6, at Images by Marguerite or the State Bank of Kimball. There will be an $8 registration fee to help cover advertising costs. The event will be advertised in the Tri-County News, St. Cloud Times and three other local papers. Fliers will be posted in neighboring communi- ties and maps will be available the day of the sale. The Elementary School parking lot will be available for out-of-town residents. (You must provide your own tables.)