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OUR TEAM! ~:!)i)~ )~L ( 2 o )((: ! #[ ~ FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOU CAN MCCANN 320.905.2679 EV-W Speech: Three Congratulations to the follow- ing EV-W Speech Team members for their performances at the Sec- tion Speech Tournament Saturday, April 13, at New London-Spicer: Eighth place - Meredith Gruenes in Original Oratory and Tyler Swafford in Discussion; Seventh place - Cameron Flaschenriem in Great Speeches; Fifth place - Anne Benson in Great Speeches; Fourth place - Madisofi Field in Humorous; Advancing to the State Tournament on Saturday: Second place - Dylan Butter- fass and Patrick Latcham in Duo Interpretation; First place - Matt Benson in Discussion. Mrs. Kuechle's Kindergarten advance to State EV-W Speech team members who placed at Sections competition April 13 are: (front row, left to right) Cam Flaschenriem, Matt Benson, and Meredith Gruenes; (in back) Tyler Swafford, Anne Benson, Madison Field, Patrick Latcham and Dylan Butterfass. Submitted photo. EV-W presents 'Leaving Iowa' By VickiMeyer see weave the story together to Secondary Theatre Club Director offer a humorous, touching play. The EV-W Drama Club will be Don is played by Kirby Knutson, presenting the comedy "Leav- with Patrick Latcham as Dad, Madi ing Iowa" for their spring produc- Field as Morn and Heidi Geislinger tion. Public performances will as Sis. The interesting characters be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Sat- they meet along the way are played urday, May 3 and 4, and at 2 p.m. by Nick Block, Evie Zadra, Travis Sunday, May 5, on the EV-W High Massicotte, Anne Benson, Carter School Cafeteria Stage. Tickets will Geislinger, Nathan Liter, Raven be sold at the door, Adults $5, Stu- Koltes, Matt Benson, Tawner Cle- dents and Senior Citizens $4. land-Schmitz, JaDyn Nohner, lack "Leaving Iowa" follows Don Bates, Emily Sieben, Erin Salo, Lily Browning as he takes a trip down Yungen, Kaitlyn Gruber, Macken- memory lane while trying to find zie Field, Ashley DeJuliannie, Dyani a suitable place to lay his father's Acosta, Justin Vannurden and Mor- ashes to rest. He re-lives all the gan Goetsch. Travis Massicotte is family vacations that he spent the student director and Maddy with his parents and sister. The Geilsinger and Nathan Utecht are places they go and the people they the light and sound technicians. 'The Seven Deadly Gardening Sins' gardening seminar Hosted by Benton County Master Township Hall. The Watab Town- Gardeners ship Hall is located at 660-75th St BylaneUeDaberkow, NW, Sauk Rapids, west of the inter- OofMgxtension section of Highway 10 and County The University of Minnesota Road 4 (Pirates Cove Road). Extension Master Gardeners of Dakota County Master Gardener Benton County would like to invite loAnn Sabin will present, "The you to attend their final Spring Gar- Seven Deadly Gardening Sins." dening Seminar. There is no charge No pre-registration is necessary to attend and it is open for all those to attend this seminar. Any ques- interested, tions can be directed to the Stea- The seminar will be at 7 p.m. rns County Extension office at (320) Monday, April 29, at the Watab 255-6169. Mrs. Kuechle kindergarten classroom: front row, left to right, Sam Troll, Gracie Asfeld, Abby Klein, Mya Andersen, Rylee Humble, and Brinn Kuechle; middle row: Gauge Manuel, Zac Thompson, Joshua Donnay, Coltant Harff, William Ballard, and Harley Pitts; back row: teacher Dawn Kuechle, Gisselle Torres, Aliza Rocha, Leah Gilchrist, Eva Martinez, Megan Hesse, Amelia Fischer, and para Connie Magedanz. This year we have been learn- we even enjoyed eating octo-will be to Lake Ripley for a picnic ing and doing many differentpus stew. Right now we are busy along with a visit to the Meeker things in our classroom. Onepreparing for our spring concert Memorial Hospital. The second of the most important is learn- that will be on Monday, May 6, at trip will be to the A Maze'n Farm- ing how to read. We are now able 7:00 p.m. in the Watkins Elemen- yard in Eden Valley. to put sounds together to make tarySchool. Our class works together and words. It also has been fun learn- Our classroom has raised always wants to take care of one ing how to add and subtract num- money for Pennies for Patients, another. We have enjoyed learning bers. We have had some special and we also donated food to our how to work together and to treat days in our classroom by going local food shelf, each other with kindness. We have on a pirate hunt to find treasures, In May we are going to be able become the best offr'iends. making gingerbread houses, and to go on two field trips. The first eachmonth! Fill out this form and return it to Arvig: I want to support: Forms can also be found at any Arvig Store, Enter the name of the school and the city it's located in online at or just call us! Name on Arvig Account: youlfy u already participate,do not need to fill ~':"S'" arvig Phone Number: out this form again Signature: Date: 888.99,ARVIG I ill, |~jo onl It'sAIIHere Rose Education Day April 27 BylanelleDaberkow, dener Joan Andersen will follow UofMExtension with a presentation on, "Using Roses have long been America's Hardy Shrub Roses in the Gar- favorite flower. Learn more about den." Finally, Deb Keiser and ARS growing roses in your landscape Consulting Rosarian Tom Roi will and overall rose care at Rose Edu- instruct participants in a hands-on cation Day Saturday, April 27, at the pruning workshop. Whitney Senior Center, 1527North- There will be limited quanti- way Drive, St. Cloud. Registration ties of rose care products and some for this free workshop will take varieties of hardy shrub roses avail- place from 8-8:30 a.m. with three able for purchase during Rose Edu- educational sessions beginning at cation Day. Items will be sold dur- 8:30 a.m. and ending at 11:30 a.m. ing registration and during breaks Registrants will participate in between presentations. three presentations by American Rose Education Day is free, but Rose Society consulting rosarians, pre-registration is required. Regis- Master Gardeners and experienced ter by calling Steams County Exten- rose growers. Clemens Gardens sion at (320) 255-6169, or (800) 450- Rose Specialist, Steams County 6171, or by registering online at: Master Gardener and Granite City Rose Edu- Rose Society President, Deb Keiser, cation Day is sponsored by the will begin the daywith, "Basic Rose Granite City Rose Society and Stea- Care." Stearns County Master Gar- ms County Master Gardeners.