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Thursday, April 18, 2013 t u ww.tricountynews, mn Watkins Chamber The~f~m~ilv ~!EllW)Le~anh~art mweae :nc2a AP mlm? ce would like to sincerely thank annual meeting is set for l l:30 a.m. Friday, April 19, at the Red Goat.You Rademacher don't have to own a business to join or attencL New members am welcome. all those who offered thoughts, prayers, messages of sympa- thy, donated food or flowers, and served the meal. A special thank you to Chickadee Tree Floral, The Flower Depot, Steins Thriftway, Reichel's Catering, Dingmann Funeral Care, and the St. Cloud Home Health Care Services. Thank you Pastor Nerud for the heartwarming service given; and also to Lynn Haft for the beautiful music. Thank you to all. The family of Ella Leanhart, Carol and Emery, Brenda and Mike, and Marvin Once again, there was another Eden Valley city garage sale Saturday, May 11, has been set for the Eden Valley city-wide garage sale. Contact Michelle Hanson at (320) 453-2368 to reg- ister, or e-mail your listing to nmicheUeh@live.com. A reply will be sent to confirm receipt of e-mail registration. Deadline for registra- tion is Wednesday, May 8. Spon- sored by the Eden Valley Chamber of Commerce. successful Business and Commu- tA nity EXPO. A big thank you to all aqgn up now lof the vendors for the excellent dis Kimball play of each of your booths. We received many positive comments Garage Sale about the many excellent booths. ment of an excellent entertainment News, or the Harvest Bank. There program, will not be a registration fee this Thanks to all the individu- year. The event will be adver- als who performed and to their tised in the Tri-County News, support staff. Thanks to the Boy St. Cloud Times, and three other Scouts for helping with the clean local papers. Maps will be avail- up. Thanks to the Kimball Sports able the dayofthe sale. Boosters for the management of the ba ing cage. Thanks to everyone who drove a Eden Valley Area vehicle in the Dodge test drive. The /.'1~ i o event amount of $4,500 was raised from L1Ordl y Robert and Mary Gross of Wat- kins are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Kimberly to Justin Rademacher, son of Jim and JoAnn Rademacher of Eden Valley. Kim and Justin are Also, a thank you to everyone that The Kimball All-City Garage both 2004 graduates of Eden Val- came to be a party of the many Sale, sponsored by the Kimball ley-Watkins High School. Kim is events of the day. Area Chamber of Commerce, iscompleting a Doctor of Pharmacy A special thankyou to the Cam- set for Saturday, May 11. Sign up degree through Creighton Univer- munity Education for the arange- now through May 1, at Tri-County sity with graduation planned for the test drive to go to the Kimball All-Sports Booster Club and for the Community Sign. Thanks again from the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations, Kimball Expo winners May, 2013. Justin is employed by Ron's Excavating in Watkins as an equipment operator. An April 27, 2013, wedding is planned at St. Anthony's Church in Watkins. Eden Valley H.S. Class of 1967 social Members of the 1967 graduat- ing class from Eden Valley High School are planning a social get- together for 1 p.m. to ?, Saturday, April 20, at Dino's Lakeside. Dino's is located 3 and 1/2 miles north- east of Eden Valley. Any questions, please call Bob and Diane Gels- linger at (320) 764-2421, or Paul Heibel at (320) 453-8963. Wanted: Vendors/Artisans/ Craflers for Saturday, May ll, Spring Extravaganza at the Eden Valley Area Library/Event Center. Table/space rent is $20. This is scheduled from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Contact is Marilyn Peterson at lmpeterson@meltel. net, or phone (320) 290-1011. Many of the 50+ exhibitors at the Kimball Expo April 6 held drawings and give-aways. Below are those that were reported to the Tri- County News: St. John's Lutheran Church (Kimball): Baby quilt to Barb Huckenpoehler, prayer journal to Doris Mason, and the Teddy bear children's raffle to Chloe Stelten. Oak Realty: bird house to Dar- lene Grams of St. Cloud (may be picked up at Oak Realty office in Annandale). Your Home Repairs: three free furnace cleaning and tune-ups, one each to Marlene Konz of Kim- ball, Lee Paulzine of Holdingford, and Charles and Colleen Mack- ereth of Kimball. Tri-County News: 1-year sub- scription to Paula Capes of Kimball, and Kindle Fire to Laurie Doering (pictured below) of South Haven. Eden Valley Area Library to have seed exchange Grow local, garden skill and seed share event Saturday, April 20, from 10 to 11:30 a.m the public is invited to a seed exchange at the Eden Val- ley Area Library. If you have 100 tomato seeds to a package and you want only five plants, share the abundance! We have seeds to share, or bring your surplus to swap with other gardeners and try something new. There will be a gardener's resource table to look through a variety of resource books and magazines for new ideas, solutions to gardening challenges, or for just the fun of it. Master gardeners, share your successes, challenges and ques- tions. Explore the potential for a seed- lending library here in the Eden Valley area. Benefit for Sharon (Jewison) Skuza April 28 Includes a breakfast, bake sale and silent auction A benefit is planned for Sharon (Jewison) Skuza from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, April 28, at the Kimball Legion Post 261. There will also be a bake sale from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, and a silent auction from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Any donations for the silent auction can be dropped off at the Legion Club. The menu includes scrambled eggs, pancakes, biscuits & gravy, and sausage. All proceeds will go to help cover Sharon's medical needs for trans- portation, medical bills, radiation, chemo etc. Any questions, please call Cindy May at (320) 224-3065. Sponsored by the Kimball Legion Auxiliary Unit #261. Page 5 KCP Summer Musical 9.013! I AUDITIONS: MAY 9.0 & 9.1 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Kimball H.S. FACS Rm. Door 2 front of bldg. Roles for high school students & adults. No experience necessary. Production Dates: July 12, 13 & 14. KAHS Cafetorium. More into. at: kimballcommunityplayhouse.org & FACEBOOK MR * FOOD ION MUSIC, pro! M-F: 4-cla ; Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Post 5460 Sunday, April 21 Serving 8 am-Noon Watkins Village Hall for the CITY OF KINGSTON KINGSTON TOWNSHIP AT KINGSTON COMMUNITY CENTER French Lake Junk Yard Batteries (car & truck): No charge Scrap metal: No charge Appliances: Washer, dryer, stove, furnace, hot water Drain oil if in no n.lealdng container