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Kimball Speech: Four advance Speech competitors, Section 5A from KAHS are from left to right, Logan Bartholomew, Camen Miles, Alissa Jones, and Olivia Straley. Submitted photo. ByJodyMarkgraf, coach Jonathan Bisila: Fourth, Great Kimball Speechers had a good Speeches Saturday, April 13. With a narrow Katelyn Lichte: Fourth, Extem- window of good (although not poraneous Speaking (Katelyn quite springy) weather, the Section advanced to state last year) 5Atournament went offwith nary a And your state qualifying hitch. And for Kimball speechers, it Kimball Speechers are: went well, GREAT! Camen Miles: Third, Creative To begin with, the team placed Expression (Camen advanced to third OUt of 20 competing teams, state last year) only 2 points out of a runner-up Olivia Straley: Third, Storytelling trophy; which Sauk Centre took AND we have two Section 5A home. This is the highest sections Champions: placing Kimball has had in many Alissa Jones: Extemporaneous years. St. Cloud Cathedral are the Reading (Alissa has placed fourth 2013 5A Section Champions. Team twice before in this category) points at sections are counted only Logan Bartholomew: Serious for those competing in finals. Interpretation of Drama Out of 16 students compet~ And for their coach she ing, eight were cleared to the final was selected by Section 5A head round. To move forward to state, coaches as Section 5A Coach of the students must place in the top 3 Year speakers. Thanks for all your support and Here are the results from finals: please send your good wishes to all Alex Hatter and Blake Fox: Sixth, these talented kids. They will com- Duo Interpretation pete at State Saturday, April 21, at Megan Bisila: Fifth, Informative Blaine High School. Speaking Send off information will be Danielle Helgeson: Fifth, Serious determined soon. Interpretation of Prose Check out our Photo Gallery at WWW. tricountynews.MN THOUSANDS of photos of schools, sports, and community events to view and purchase prints! KIMBALL CLEAN-UP DAY, MAY 4, 8.11 AM LocatJon: AM Maus & Son parldn9 Lot- HWY 55 lying around your home? Take advantage of this FREE hazardous waste Products A =cce K!:Products NOT Accepted: Paints. Roofing Tar. ,%alers, Ack mives Antifreeze Solvents. Cleaners. Fuels Aerosols . Busirms Waste Gatd Molf alls Poisons Pham eutical Waste Automotive Chem P0ol Chemicals "Medical wam BObs. APPUANCE DISPOSAL--FREE Dishwashers Microwaves Hot water heaters Washer/ ] Refrigerators/freezers Stoves Water softeners Commercial a snces Vend mchn es (no RV Refrigerators) Comput Towers. VCR/DVD players Scanners Printers Copiers Fax machines All Scrap metals SMALL FEE FOR THE FOLLOWING: Monitors & T,V's: $10 Console T.V's" $15 COLI PC'IION av ll =lo- Car . $'20 A "Idck up b uck load" GU|ITIONI? CALL CiTY HALL 398.2725 KAHS Band, Choir earn Superiors The Kimball Area High School choir (pictured at left) eared State Superior in the Largte Group Contest at ACGC April 8. Front row, left to right, Janessa Dahle, Ariel Laabs, Kaitlyn Truenow, Ryan Luitjens, Logan Bartholomew, and Blake Fox; second row, Stacy Hurrle, Mady Gasper, Madelyn O'Brien, Hedy Robben, Brooke Ellingson, and Krista Hendrickson; third row, Kim Fennema, Shelby Schiefelbein, Erin Diffley, Elene Loliashvili, Kaylyn Mancini, and Savanna Gohmann; back row, Brady Mehr, Camen Miles, Summer Swaisgood, Sami Reinert, and Holly Dahlinger; not pictured are Caleb Anderson, Danielle Helgeson, and Bridgette Anderson. The Kimball Area High School Band (pictured below), under the direction of Keith Haake, competed in the Large Group Contest at ACGC High School Monday, April 8. They received a Superior Rating, the highest attainable rating. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. The laughter's contagious when you catch BINGO FEaR this year at the DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS GALA Saturday, April 27th Kimball Area High School Cafetoriurn Event begins at 6:00 p.m. will open at 5:30 p.m. $25 Adults; $15 students Ticket includes: Hors d'oeuvres, Silent Auction, Announcement of 2o15 Sehol rship Winners Tickets are available at Kimball School Offices & Harvest Bank or by calling Maureen at 398-2539 or Alice at 398-5902.