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............................... www.tricountynews.mn ing rr[rn[[ !2 ]i=[i 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, auxiliary@gmail.com, 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. Summer Trap League Teams forming The Kimball Rod & Gun Club now forming. Please call (320) Summer Trap League Teams are 224-0632, if interested. Eden Valley Area Library/Event Center Huge Scholastic Book Fair Daughter & Mother/Son Dance, Help your library purchase Sponsored by the Eden Valley new books. Area Friends of the Library April 4-9 - Book Fair opens in Ages 4-10 - Accompanied by the Eden Valley Event Center with special Adult Guest the following daily schedule; $10/couple - Registrations lim- Monday 3-6 p.m. Hoola Hoop ited to 50 couples - Deadline to Fun register April 10 payable to Eden Tuesday3-6 p.m. Free PopcornValleyArea Library Wednesday noon-6 p.m. Free Registration forms available at Balloons the Eden Valley Area Library, or Thursday 3-6 p.m. Free Popcorn contact Judy at jjthielen@meltel. Friday 4-7 p.m. Balloon Pop netor (320) 266-5515 Game Registration includes a wrist Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Book corsage/boutonnaire, punch & Fair/Kids Corner including face cookies. painting and make your own Featuring dance music by bookmark EV-W DJs, a Disco Ball, fun dance Writing Contest Awards activities and a Photo Booth. For Ceremony $3, you can have pictures taken April 9- 10 a.m. Eden Valleyto commemorate your special Area Library/Event Center event and a 4x6 Memory Card will April 15 - 6-8 p.m. at the Eden be designed and printed for you. Valley Event Center "Making These will be available for pickup Memories Dance" aka Father/ or mailing a week later. Kimball Library programs Zentangle Workshop with Pennycan learn to do them. Artist Penny Leuthard - April 11 Leuthard will demonstrate how to Adults, teens and children 8 and have funwith this relaxing art form. older are invited to a Zentangle The attendance limit is 15 and reg- Workshop at the Kimball Public istration is required. This event is Library 4-5 p.m. Monday, April 11. funded in part by Minnesota's Arts Zentangles are a fun way to cre- and Cukural Heritage Fund. ate beautiful black and white art For more information, contact by drawing structured patterns on the Kimball Public Library at (320) small square paper tiles. Anyone 398-3915. Kimball AII-CityGarage Sale May 14 The Kimball All-City Garage Sale will be held Saturday, May 14, starting at 8 a.m. If you wish to have your sale listed on the map of sales, please contact Jayne Harff at Tri-County News, (320) 398-5000, with your name, address and a list of items you will "Treasures From the Country" will be held at Lion's Park Shelter Friday, May 13, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon. If you are from rural Kimball and wish to set up a sale table at the shelter, please call Marilyn Finger at (320) 398-5232. be selling. Kimball Cemetery Board Meeting April 14 The Kimball Cemetery Board Kimball City Hall. All interested will hold its annual meeting at parties are asked to attend. 7 pm. Thursday, April 14, at the Volunteer opportunity: Therapeutic horseback riding Volunteer training for Project horseback activities to individ- ASTRIDE will be held at 9 a.m. uals with cognitive and physi- Saturday, April 16, at Rock Creek cal disabilities. Contact Marti at Coffeehouse in Sauk Rapids. This martiastride@yahoo.org, or visit is a 100-percent volunteer orga- www.astride.org. nization providing therapeutic Pork chop dinner benefit for Sam Rossman A benefit is scheduled for month withStageIVlymphoblas- Sam Rossman from 4:30-8 p.m.tic leukemia. A serious infection Saturday, April 16, at Generations has postponed any chemother- Ballroom in Kimball. A pork chop apy. The benefit will go toward his dinner, silent auction, and photo medical bills. Donations may also booth are planned, and T-shirts be sent to Harvest Bank, ATTN: will be for sale. Sam (KAHS '92) Sam Rossman, PO Box 70, Kimball was originally diagnosed in'2014 MN 55353. with lymphoma; after a year's remission, he was diagnosed last PAGE 3 April 7, 2016 Konz-Kerkow NANA' ATTIC AN C C77C MTX OF OLD, & /N-BeTW eJV Glassware, Linens, Quilts, Furniture, Jewelry, Scarves, adies Jackets, Garden D6cor, Fence sections, Small Windmill, Wood Porch Posts, Galvanized Tubs, & much more! ~-~'/ 68962 CSAH 17, WATKIN$ JCT OF HN #24 & MKR CTY #17 -NEXT SALE DATES - e,mail: nanasattic@meltel.net May 7th~ May 12 14 Phone: 320-282-8906 NANA'SA.~C~Nff ACCEPT (~R.E..D.ff~OR DEBIT CARDS "NO PUBLIC RESTR~M O fl_p_REM!__SE Tony and lackie Konz of Kimball are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Stephanie Konz to Aaron Kerkow, son of Mark and Danette Kerkow of Jordan. Stephanie is a 2012 gradu- ate of Kimball Area High School, and a 2014 graduate of the Dairy Management program from Ridgewater College in WiIlmar. She is currently employed at Jordan High School as a paraprofessional. Aaron is a 2012 graduate of Jordan High School, and a 2014 graduate of the Dairy Management program from Ridgewater College in Willmar. He currently milks his dairy herd on the home farm in Jordan. The couple will be united in marriage Saturday, April 30, 2016, in Kimball. PO Box 70, Kimball, MN 66353 We tr@ appredate your support! Contact 320.282.8679 with Carl Hoffman's SATURDAY, APRIL 9 AT 8AM At Lampi Auction Center (9141 64th St. NW) - Annandale, MN 80th birthday open n'ouse ONLINE BIDDING AVAILABLE ON MAJOR ITEMS!! Selling Tractors, Tillage & Hay Equip., Farm Machinery, Vehicles, ATVs, RVs & Campers, Fish Houses, Boats & Marine, Trailers, Lawn Mowers, Construction Equipment, Shop Items, I Building Materials, & Much More! F"tsit websitefor more in[o! I IWwW'LampiAuctinxm 17" 1 I CONSIGN TODAY!! I I BRING ~N YOUR ITEMS UNTIL TUES., APRIL S I 320-274-5393 l Open Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm & open 'til 6pm April 4&5 i - I Sales Tax will Apply, I Lc'8601 I ANNANDALE An open house 80th birthday celebration is planned for Carl Hoffman from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, April 17, at Thomsen Greenhouses, 29754 156th Ave., in St. Joseph. Please come and wish Carl a happy birthday. Saturday, April 9, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Annandale High School All-City Garage Sales scheduled So far, we know of these three all-city garage sales that have been scheduled: Sat., May 14: Kimball Sat., May 21: Eden Valley Sat., May 21: Watkins wCvw.annandalechambe :org 90 Plus Vendors Live Entertainment U of M Raptor Center Program Children's Activities Breakfast & Lunch Served 1[]