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Thursday, April 23, 2009 PI:I fro Tri-County News Kimball, MN "- "1 Class of 1969 B rth Ostmark salad luncheon reunion Selling Knaus" hotdogs Sp Ostmark Lutheran Women will & homemade cookies The Kimball class of 1969 will auldin8 have its class reunion Saturday, and a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at .... s ~,,,,.,, ,~ .... ...... ::::::: April 25, at the Triple R Bar and Jake Jed Spaulding would hold a salad luncheon from 11:30 ~ Grill in Kimball (Highway 15 and like to announce the birth of their the church. Assorted salads and .................... , .................................... 55). Spouses, guests and other baby brother Johnathan Miller breadswillbeservedtogetherwith KAHS graduates and past teachers Spaulding. Johnathan was born a program of song, inspiration, are invited to attend. The time is March 27, weighing 8 pounds flower arranging, and door prizes. 5:30 p.m., dinner is at 6:30, or just 4 ounces, and was 21 inches long. Supplemental Funds applied for stop in anytime. Reservations are Parents are Jason and Heather by Thrivent Chapter 31309. $orvirH needed for dinner by calling (320) Spaulding of Kimball. Grandpar- 274-8833. ents are Mary and Neal Spaulding of Kimball, and Kathy and Bruce ~I. ~~'~LOW"~" Miller of Marshall. Great-grandparents are Gladys MillerSpauldingof Redwoodf PlymouthFalls. and Betty Peglow II -d .- There will be an open house PlO~[~ Breakfast, bake sale, raffle St. Wendelin parish is spon- soring a Pep's pork sausage, ham, pancake and egg breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to noon Sunday, April 26, at Mary Hall in Luxemburg. There is also a bake sale and raffle. Pro- ceeds will go to assist a seminar- ian from the parish with his col- lege expenses. Clean-up at Lake Union Cemetery Clean-up day at Lake Union Cemetery will be starting around 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 29. Salad luncheon and bake sale The Kimball United Methodist Church has planned a salad lun- cheon and bake sale from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 25. There will be a variety of salads and breads, bars and coffee for $7. Maine Prairie Ceamineeteai i clean-up Cemetery will have a clean-up day at 8 a.m. Sat- urday, May 2, with an alternate day, if inclement weather, Satur- day, May 16. All interested parties are urged to volunteer their help. Maine Prairie Cemetery Board Donations needed for silent auction There is still time for you to donate an item for the silent auc- tion at this year's Dollars for Schol- ars benefit Saturday, May 16. All items donated will be listed in the catalog, with your name on it. Donations can be dropped off at the Kimball Area High School, or contact Maureen Dingmann at 398-2539. "Fantasy Island" is the theme for this year's Dare to Dream Gala, to be held at the Kimball Area High School cafetorium. There will be a silent auction, dinner and entertainment. The event will be catered by Short Stop of St. Cloud. Dollars for Scholars meets May 4 The Kimball Area Dollars for 80th Birthday The family of Margie Duncan invites you to celebrate her 80th birthday from 4 p.m. to ?, Satur- day, April 25, at Watkins City Hall, Main Street, Watkins. So break out your Hawaiian shirts and grass skirts. It's going to be a Hawaiian luau party. Scholars Chapter will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, May 4, at the Kim- ball Church of Christ meeting room. All parents, retired persons, KAHS alumni and interested par- ties are invited to become a part of this organization. Meetings are held once a month, Septem- ber through June. If you have any questions, please contact Paula Capes, president, at (320) 398-3337, or Alice Robinson at 398-5902. baby shower for Mason Joseph Peglow, son of Artie and Rachel Peglow. This will be at 1 p.m. Sun- day, April 26, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Kimball. Mason is regis- tered at Target. Bridal showers Kuechle An Open House 'come and go' bridal shower is planned for 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 25 for Tammy Kuechle, bride-to-be of Tom Libbesmeier, at St. John's Lutheran church in Kimball. Everyone is welcome. ZoUer chosen for Girls' State ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT! City Hall BY SOUTH HAVEN Legion and Auxiliary meets The Kingston Johnson-Kelly American Legion Post 483 and Auxiliary will hold their meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, at the Kingston Legion Hall. Truck weight restrictions notice Spring truck weight restrictions The American Legion Auxiliary on state highways will end April 20, Post 261 is pleased to announce for Minnesota's south, southeast their candidate for Girls' State. and Metro frost zones. Load restric- Abby Zoller is a junior at Kim- tions remain in place for the state's ball Area High School. Her parents central, north-central and north are Vern and Kristi Zoller. frost zones. Minnesota Girls' State, an The Minnesota Department of American Legion Auxiliary pro- Transportation limits truck weights gram, is a practical application of to prevent damage to roadways Americanism and good citizen- weakened by the spring thaw.ship. To provide citizenship train- Spring Load Restriction dates ing for girls in their junior year of and the six frost zones in Minne- high school, to help them grasp the sota are listed on the Mn/DOTWeb meaning of some of the responsi- site at " bilities which they must assume Click on "Seasonal Load Limits," when they become adults. then click on "Spring Load Restric- tions" for the most up-to-date Central MN Civil information. The information is also available War Roundtable toll-free by calling (800) 723-6543 in the United States and Canada or by meets calling (651) 366-5400 in the Twin The Central MN Civil War Cities metro area. Roundtable will meet at 7 p.m. Travelers in Minnesota can get Tuesday, May 5, at the Whitney up-to-date information on road Senior Center, 1527 Northway Dr., conditions, construction and St. Cloud. Rebecca Rubinstein will weather reports from Mn/DOT's present her research on the graves 511 traveler information service, of Minnesota Civil War veterans. Dial 5-1-1 or go to the Web site at Please contact Win Anderson for . information at (320) 230-1317. Sat., May 2, 4-7 [ 1't & 2nd PLace Prize based on "PeopLe's Choice" SiLent Auction 4-7 pm Bean Bag Toss Tourney! COZIIRG SOON: Forms to submit engagements, showers, photos, birth announcements, cards of thanks, and much more! www.tricountynews.MN