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po. ] i,) Thursday, April 18, 2013 o. J. u 11, tl, Tri-Coun News www.tricoun news.mn, ~ News of our Spring sports St. Cloud family students are snowed out UniversitYTravis Schiefelbein f Nebraska-Lincolnof Kimball 'k . 2013Trap. . (temporarily) support available The National Alliance on Men- ~.ooun~ ue~,ns We should be well into the tal Illness (NAMI) of Minnesota earned University of Nebraska- Lincoln honor. Schiefelbein, a An freshman in the College of Agri-,ril 28 spring season of sports: baseball, sponsors free support groups for softball, golf, and track & field. A families who have a relative with cultural Sciences and Natural Kimball Rod and Gun Club will few indoor meets have been held, a mental illness. Led by trained Resources, will be honored as a have league shooting, open shoot- but ballfields and golf courses are facilitators who also have a fam- High Scholar. High Scholars are ing, and youth trap league. If you still covered with snow and mud. ily member with mental illness, students who are in the top 10 per- would like to sign up a team or are Many games have been postponed the support groups help families cent of their class, interested in shooting, please con- and are being made up later in the develop better coping skills and tact Rob Kuechle at (320) 492-5662, season. Some, especially non- find strength through sharing Kimball Express orwww.kimballrgc.com, conference games, have been can- their experiences. A family sup- The club is having a fishing celled and are not being made up. port group meets in St. Cloud at Reanhao Tnurnau fundamentals class called "School We've done our best to keep7 p.m on the second and fourth offish". Thanks to donations from up with all the changes and can- Tuesdays of each month, at Cal- date change the Kimball Lions, Legion, Fire cellations in our sports sched- vary Community Church, 1200 Department, and Gun Club they die on page 24. Be sure to check Roosevelt Road. For information, Kimball Express has changed will be hosting this class, you will each school's website for the latest call Mike at (320) 259-7101, or (320) the date for their beanbag tourna- probably be contacted by the orga- schedules. We're itching for sports 492-2024. ment to Saturday, May 4. It will be nization "School of Fish" and by to get started, too. at 11 a.m. Registration can be on the school in the next week.SPRING WILL COME! that day; sign-up is at 11 a.m. Kimball Rod and Gun club and the Kimball Area High School are ma g ,ans Cur Outting together a High School Trap Shooting Commercial League 4-11-13 Team. Win loss Rob Kuechle or Bruce Holmseth H & S Geothermal 147.5 92.5 (activities director) will keep the Main Street Pub 145 95 public informed of this. H & S Heating/AC 121 119 KFD 121 119 Triple R 118 122 SOBs 116.5 123.5 Kim-Built 97 143 KCP presents Weekly top ten: Jeremy Vinar 230, 222, 644; Matt Adolph 217, 214, 'Footloose' 631; Preston Fischer 237, 234, 630; Eric Donnay 215, 594; Joe Asfeld Kimball Community Playhouse 246, 589; Jeremy Salzbrun 225, is proud to announce "Footloose" 578; Corey Kirchner 554; Shawn as it's 2013 Summer Musical pro- Dahlinger 552; Travis VanNurden duction, to be held July 12 and 13 at 7 p.m and Iuly 14 at 2 p.m. in the 226, 540; Jason Salzbrun 529. Aqua Jills 4-9-13 Kimball Area High School Cafeto- Gohmann's Foods 68 37 rium. Auditions will be Tuesday, R & R Construction 63 42 May 21, and Wednesday, May 22, from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Kimball Aqua Lanes 62 43 H.S. FACS room. Please enter at AM Maus 58 47 Stuve Auto 58 47 door 2 in the front of the building. Kimball Rescue 50 48 There will be roles for high school FHE 49 56 students ages 12-18 and adults of Scores 160 and higher:Allisonall ages. No experience is neces- Korsmo 225, Lynn Adolph 181;sary. For more information, please see the KCP website at kimball Karla Adolph 194; Bonnie Ross- man 171; Pat Brandt 222; Megan communityplayhouse.org, visit the Truenow 179; Marion Weber 175; KCP FACEBOOK page or contact Barb Liedman 164; Jenny Beehler lodyMarkgrafat (320) 237-0418. 179. St. John's Prep 2013 NHS members named St. John's Prep is pleased to announce Ellen Arnold, soph- omore, daughter of John and Margaret Arnold of Kimball, as a new member of the National Honor Society, Virgil Michel Chapter. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier orga- nization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with mem- bership in the organization since its beginning in 1921. Today, it is estimated that more than one mil- lion students annually participate in activities of NHS and its mid- die level counterpart, the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). NHS chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories, and Canada. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but also chal- Ellen Arnold, daughter of John and Margaret Arnold of Kimball named to National Honor Society at St. John's Prep. Submitted photo. lenges them to develop through involvement in school activities and community service. Both NHS and NJHS were founded by and are programs of the National Associa- tion of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). Volunteers to give On April 23, 2013, 25,000 vol- unteers will give away half a mil- lion free books in more than 6,000 towns and cities across the country. The free book giveaway is part of World Book Night U.S. (WBN), an ambitious campaign to give thousands of free, spe- cially primed paperbacks to light or nonreaders across America on one day. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) has recruited more than 50 volunteers who will share books at different locations across Central Minnesota such as parks, coffee shops and fitness centers. Each volunteer will receive 20 copies of one book to give away. The book will be selected from 30 titles provided by WBN to sat- isfy a variety of interests. It is hoped that when volumeers give the same book within a commu- nity, readers will share their reac- tions and become more involved in books and reading. Providing people with materials and ser- vices to support lifelong learning and personal enrichment is a goal within the library's strategic plan. WBN is also celebrated April 23 in Germany, the U.K. and Ireland. April 23 is the date of the UNESCO International Day of the Book, the birthday of William Shakespeare, and the date of death for both Shakespeare and Miguel de Cer- vantes, author of "Don Quixote," considered to be the first modern European novel. Bestselling authors Ann Patch- ett and James Patterson are hon- orary chair-people for WBN. Pat- terson said: "In my experience, when people like what they are doing, they do more of it. This is the genius of World Book Night it gets people reading by connect- ing them with amazing, enjoyable books. I'm honored to be a part of it." The books were chosen by an independent panel of booksell- ers and librarians. The free WBN editions are not available else- where, but standard editions of the selected books are available through all GRRL locations. The 30 World Book Night U.S. titles for 2013, alphabetical by author, are: The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood City of Thieves, David Benioff Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury MyAntonia, Willa Cather Girl with a Pearl Earring, Tracy Chevalier The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros away 500,000 books April 23 La Casa en Mango Street, San- Montana Sky, Nora Roberts dra Cisneros; translated by Elena LookAgain, Lisa Scottoline Poniatowska Me Talk Pretty One Day, David The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho Sedaris ElAlquimista, Paulo Coelho The No. I Ladies' Detective The Language of Flowers, Van- Agency, Alexander McCall Smith essa Diffenbaugh Glaciers, Alexis M. Smith The Worst Hard Time, TimothyA Connecticut Yankee in King Egan Arthur's Court, Mark Twain Bossypants, Tina Fey Salvage the Bones, lesmyn Ward Good Omens, Nell Gaiman and FavoriteAmerican Poems (Large Terry Pratchett Print edition) various authors StilIAlice, LisaGenova For more information about LookingforAlaska, JohnGreen World Book Night, visit www. Playingfor Pizza, John Grisham WorldBookNight.org. Mudbound, Hillarylordan Great River Regional Library The Phantom Tollbooth, Norton (GRRL) provides library services at Juster; illus, by Jules Feiffer 32 public libraries in Benton, Mor- Moneyball, Michael Lewis rison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd The TenderBar, J.R. Moehringer and Wright Counties. It provides Devil in a Blue Dress, Walter Central Minnesota residents with Mosley nearly 1 million books, CDs and Middle School, The Worst Years DVDs, 250 public computers, pro- of My Life, James Patterson and gramming and information ser- Chris Tebbetts vices. 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