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Pa00e 8 Small Engine &amp; Welding Repair LINDY'S REPAIR Students Youth Thursday, April 15, 2010 . Tri-Count News/lmball, MN Kimball Speech takes second in Subsections At the Section 5A Subsection meet, the KAHS speech team took home a second-place trophy after 12 of 27 entries advanced to Sec- tions, four of whom were Subsec- tion Champions. Kimball will host the 5A Section competition at KAHS Saturday, April 17. Congratulations! Kimball 2-BR home, garage, 2 sheds, double lot $113,900 Fair Haven Spacious 4-BR home, 2+ cargarage, 1+ acre lot 5124,900 Kimball New, quality-built 2-BR 2-bath townhome $129 900 Kimball Updated 3-BR home, on 5 acres ,900 To be built in Kimball 2+ BR customizable home on great lot $155 5 Acres in Kimball 3-BR l-level home and 2+ car heated garage $164,900 Annandale Immaculate 4-BR home on 1.5 acres $208,000 Little Cedar, Richmond 2-BR cabin/home 135' lakeshore $209 900 Kimball 17+ acre Hobby Farm Updated 4-BR home $209,900 Clearwater Lake 2+ BR remodeled cabin 50+ ft. Lakeshore $219,900 Clear Lake, Watkins 3-BR l-story lakehome 160' shore with sunsets 9OO Lake Carnelian Totally updated home 1+ acre, 87' lakeshore $239 900 Fair Haven 3-BR walk-out home, 3-car garage, 40 acres. $259,900 Grand Lake, Rockville Year-round cottage, garage, guest house. 161' beach. $319,900 Kimball 3+ BR mint condition on 4 wooded acres $449,900 00cker, REALTOR In tegrity See full details at: 398-3100 www.deb-becker.com ebbecker@remax.net Rose Education Day April 24 By Carl Hoffman, HofM Extension Roses have long been Ameri- ca's favorite flower and with the development of new varieties that are winter hardy and easier to care for, they are becoming increasingly more popular. Learn more about growing beautiful roses at Rose Education Day on Saturday, April 24 at Whitney Senior Center, 1527 Northway Drive, St. Cloud. Regis- tration for this free workshop will take place from 8:15 to 8:30 a.m. followed by three educational ses- sions ending at noon. Registrants will participate in three excellent presentations by American Rose Society consult- ing rosarians and experienced rose growers. Carole Smuda who is a master consulting rosarian and as well as a long time rose grower, will entice the participants with the new varieties of roses. Shrub roses are becoming increasingly more pop- ular and the breeders are develop- ing many beautiful new varieties. Lois Ann Helgeson, a well-known master consulting rosarian, will speak on selecting and caring for climbing roses. Climbing roses are also gaining in popularity and she will include selecting for hardiness, winter care and pruning of these beautiful roses in her presentation. Dr. David Zelsak, a professional horticulturist as well as a consult- ing rosarian, will bring the partic- ipants up to date on the Northern Earthkind Rose Program. This pro- gram was initiated as a way to test roses for consistent beauty, ease of care and pest tolerance by putting them through multi-year, multi- site tests. There will be limited quanti- fies of roses and rose care products available for purchase. Included be Bailey's Easy Elegance Roses, miscellaneous shrub roses and more. Rose Education Day is free, but pre-registration is required. Regis- ter by calling Stearns County Exten- sion at (320) 255-6169 or (800) 450- 6171. Rose Education Day is spon 7 sored by the Granite City Rose Soci- ety and Stearns County Master Gar- deners. St. Cloud State hosts free Minnesota music rock concert "RockJn' it Local: A Minnesota Music Showcase," presented by St. Cloud State University radio sta- tion, KVSC 88.1FM, is 7:30 p.m. Fri- day, April 30, in the Ritsche Audito- rium on campus. The free concert is headlined by The Twilight Hours with special guests Roma di Luna. Springing from a 25-year musi- cal friendship, Minneapolis musi- cians John Munson and Matt Wil- son are now together as The Twi- light Hours. The duo's new 10-track album "Stereo Night" was released nationally in January. The new album is described as-having lavish harmonies with emotional lyrics. Munson and Wilson began their musical pairing in the late 1980s with Trip Shakespeare, and contin- ued off and on forming such bands as Time-Torn, The Flops, and The New Standards. The two later went their own ways - Wilson going solo and Munson forming Semisonic with Wilson's brother Dan and pro- duced the No. 1 hit "Closing Time" and a platinum-selling album. The musicians have a strong relationship with KVSC by way of live performances and acclaimed airplay, in various forms through- out their career. This free concert is paid for with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. The Legacy Amendment dedicates monies to preserve Minnesota arts and cultural heritage. "I think it's very fitting to present The Twilight Hours as our first con- cert through the Minnesota Leg- acy supported fund," Jo McMullen- Boyer, KVSC station manager, said. 't one time, KVSC was one of only a handful of stations playing new cutting-edge music by our state's homegrown musicians, including these artists." Opening the concert is the mod- ern folk and storytelling group Roma di Luna. Together since 2004, the group now has two frill-length albums and two EPs. The group started out with the wife-husband duet Channy (vocals, violin) and Alexei Casselle (guitar, vocals) as street musicians in downtown Min- neapolis. Roma di Luna now has several principal players including Ben Durrant, James Everest, Ryan Lovan, Jessi Prusha and Michael Rossetto. Roma di Luna's music is tra- ditional folk meets modem tone. Their music has been described as "edgy country/folk music." Tickets are needed to attend this concert and are available online at <http://scsutickets.com/>. All are invited to attend. KVSC 88.1FM, the Voice of St. Cloud since 1967, offers listeners an alternative format without com- mercials. KVSC features a diverse variety of music as well as news coverage and community events. The staff of KVSC 88.1FM is com- prised of students and community volunteers.