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April 11, 1991

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J,mm ti,dm  mt, sd I tt I tqioe toy. Stmo NEWS F I LE B OX 6518 LINCOLN, ,JE 685'b6 Bill Adolph, Commander of Federick A. Metcalf Post No. 261 of The American Legion, in Kimball, announces that at a recent Post meeting it was voted to send a bey to the forty-third annual American Legion "LEGION BOYS STATE", to be held on the Campus of St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota - June 9 to 15, 1991. Jesse Liedman was named Post Boys State Representative. Scholars to Boys State must be Juniors in High School. They are Signally homt in view of the OUtstanding qualifications set forth as requirements in ecting them. They are uamed mghschnolcoeperation of the Post, Faculty, and leading eitnw in the community. Legion Boys State is a practical learning experience in local and state government. Its citizens Will apply knowledge  already gained through their school f eetence and additional wledge provided through ruction by competent individuals from selected lvenunental areas, to organL and operate their own city, encouraged through Irticipati towards a better civic behavior and appreciation of eta" democratic ideals. It is in Ya a mifitary trsining camP. ms will be considered ent reerenee to any existi itiea| party and wi/I be free ucal propaganda. It is net a reereatiunal outi. 'L  Boys State was first in Minnesota in 194e with  ue attending on the st. Paut ampus, University of . Last year there were lBoys Staters on Campus for eoysstate. local Post has been threproresented by many boys ugh the history of the Prosram. KjaballKimball, MN-March, 1991 - Public Library is giving Children ages 3 to 8 an QPPorhmity to come to the library m .thOr panasT Br your "verne doll or stuffed toy to the ngtime Slpytime Story r on Friday, April 12, at 6: P.m. Barb I., Great River Library Children's , will be tening her te bedtime stories. The la'osram will last one hour. No Preregistration is necessary, hOWever, because of space umitatiom attendance is limited toS0 children. For more infonation contact Lorraine Gregory at the Kimball l%bUe Ubrary, m-sin. ** Single Copy 30' :: : Stearns : i _ i  Mr " VOL XLI! NO. 12 KIMBALL, STEARNS COUNTY, MINNESOTA 555S$ Thursday, April 11, 1991 . Open House Bridal Shower A bridal shower will be held in honor of Pare Miller, bride-to-be of Pat Ridpath, on Friday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the Church of Christ. Pam is the daughter of Alien and Blanche Miller of South Haven. Open House Bridal Shower An open house bridal shower will be held z for Pam Kalkbrenner, ide-to-be of Todd Fischer, on Sun., April 14 at 2:00 p.m. atthe Kimball Methodist Church. Parents of the. couple are Rheba and Del Holm and the late "Gabble" Hewitt and Mary and Sheriff Fischer, all of Kimball. Everyone welcome. NOTICE The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday, April 11, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Club. NOTICE Plans finalized for 1art Annual All City C, erqlo Salo Plans have been finalized for the first annual All City Garage Sale, sponsored by the Kimball Community Club, Inc. The date of the event is May 18, 1991, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All residents living in and around the City of Kimball are invited and encouraged to participate. If you are interested in becoming a part of this event, plan to hold your own sale or kin with a neighbor. An information map will be distributed at local businesses identifying each registered location. Registrations will be accepted from Monday, April 15 through Saturday, April 20th at One Stop Hair Shop, Kimball Hardware, and The New & Used Company of Kimball. The registration fee is $5.00. Participants will receive an official "Garage Sale" sign and banners. The fee also inclucles advertising in Kimball and the surrounding communities. The Kimball Community Club is hoping to make this an annual event that will help to promote the community. The Lake Union Cemetery    Association will hold a work day on Saturday, May flat 9 a.m.  weok April ! 5-19 13-15 Do your kids have spring fever? Are you returning beck to work? Do you just need ....... NOTICE someplace fun and safe to leave The Kimball Commtmty Club yonrkids? will meet one week earlier than Try our FREE week April 1.5- usual -on Monday, April 22. at 7 p.m. at the Kimball Library. NOTICE 19. Our club meets at the Elementary School in the Experience Room, each school day from 3:00 to 6:00p.m. is a good chance for your and yonr chiklren to try ont ore" TbelastP.T.A. meeting of this club free of charse. A typical school year will be held day's events includes (but is not Thursday, April II, at 6:30 p.m. limited to) : at the Elementary Media Center. hMk N,dk, The City Council meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of the month at 7:00 p.m. inthe City Hall. Hyon wish to be placed on the City Agenda, please not the City Ckrk at MS- by 10:30 am. on the Monday before the meeting. There will also be a Citizen's Forum from 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. at each council meeting for clttm who want to be heard by the council and are not on the . This forum will last for only one half hour.  council wm thin procoed with its resular agenda. City CmmeU City of Kimball Pralrie . free time .art . stm'y/qniet time . snaelt/etory time . table pines Volunteers honored at Kimball Senior Dining Center The volunteer helpers ot the Kimboll mior Dining Center were hemal et the regulor nero dimwr for th, grot m ]uruley, ril 4. . gym time. Next week will include many SURPRISE activities. Please register your children for our after school child care - KIMBAI KIDS' CLUB - with Kimball Community Education. Registration deadline for this FELEE week is April 10th. H yon have any questions feel free to contact Vicki Nystrom at 3m-s821 or Kimball Community Edtwti at 3-3781. Dinnw eed Concert et mmbd UNited Metbodat Ckrdl Wed., April 17 The "Carpenter Tools" (a musical group) will present a eoncort at the Kimball United Methodist Church Wednesday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m. The public is welcome. A free will offering will be taken. Preceding the concert a lasagna dinner will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Prices win be adults .50, children 5-12 t.50 and under 5 free. Fomily Health Fair at Walkins Apd118 blood tests will be given free of charge and cholesterol blood tests will be taken for a M.00 charge. There will be free massage thepy taking place for these who come in stressed and tightt is a great opporttmity for the entire family to come in and get checked out before the busy summer montha. The EV-W FLA chapter will be serving submarine sandwiches and pop for dinner, take morn out for a healthy evening Kimball and Eden Valley- Watkk Community Educatn Delrtments will be sponsoring a Family Health Fair on Thursday, April 18 from 4-8 p.m. at the Watkim Elementary School. There will be many opportunities to partake of free Jdth acresmgs  the fair. Tbere wiU be free MMR immunizations given to students in grades S-8 and free tetanus nad ditberia shots given to adults. Vision, hearing, height and weight will be taken. Diabetes Doakey Ball fendrdsor for umir roc. KimhaH Community Education will be sponmrin8 Bob Crosby's Donkey Basketball on Wednesday, May 8, 1991 u a summer recreation program fundraiser. This entertaining show will feature two community personality teams, a Kimball faculty team and a Kimball Area High School student team. Many area people have agreed to ride the donkeys and try to play basketball at the same time. This evening is sure to be fun-filled and entertaining! Tickets will go on sale at Super Valu, Knaus, Swan Cafe, Trustworthy Hardware and Kimball Community Education office and through any Community Education Advisory Council member beginning April 29. Advanced tickets are 4.00 for adults and high school students and $.1.0/} for elementary students. Tickets at the door are $.5.00 and $4,00 respectively. flyers will be sent home. through the elementary students and more information will be published in the Tri- Cotmty News in the upcoming wee. Plan to attend now and support the summer recreation program! Awurdo Nigl The awards night for winter sports activities will be held on Tuesday, April 16th, at 8:00 p.m. in Room 2OO of the High School. Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria following the awards program.