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Thursday, April 15, 2010 Tri-County News Kimball, MN ii iii iii iii/__L iiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii iiii .... ] Shoreland buffers By Carl Hoffman, g of M Ext. If you live on or near a lake or river and want to learn more about ways to keep excess nutrients from entering the water, keep geese off your lawn, preserve the natu- ral beauty of the area, provide for privacy, and much more, plan to attend the free "Shoreland Buffers" seminar Monday, April 26, at 7 p.m. Watab Township Hall is located in Rice on the west side of Highway 10 on County Road 4 (old Pirate's Cove Road). Tiffany Determan, watershed coordinator for Sherburne and Benton Soil and Water Conserva- tion Districts, will address these and many more questions as well as show examples of shoreland buf- fers in a free seminar sponsored by the Benton County Master Gar- deners. The seminar will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, April 26, at theWatab Township Hall in Rice. There is no need to pre-register for this event. Communil:y ' If 'llflll 'rlrll'rrl I I ' KAHS plays in CMC All-Star Game Jared Mackereth, Alex Fischer, and Pat Libbesmeier represent- ed Kimball Area High School in the CMC All-Star Game Saturday, April 10, at Pierz Healy High School. The boys enjoyed the stress-free evening, playing alongside players who had previously been com- petitors. During the game, Jared scored 12 points, Alex 4, and Pat 9. Submitted photo. IIIIII I Page 13 Tastefully Simple , the nation's original home taste-testing company, offers a wide variety of dcious. easy-to-prepare foods that you and your friends can taste before you buy. Contact me for information on ... Hosting a Party Placing an Order Ordering Personal and Business Gifts Arranging a Tastefully Simple FunclraLser Our Business Opportunity Swappers' Meet opens for season In yet another sign that spring has arrived, pers' Meet in rural South Haven has opened for the season. Every Sat- urday until October, opening at 8 a.m., it's free for visitors. You'll find just about anything (or anyone) there. Staff photo by Anton Matua. MEEKER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Care as it should be.