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Thursday, April 25, 2013 Tfi:CountNews www.tricountynews.mn -- .................................. pnnp[[ ,111 I IIII II Sign up now for Kimball All-City Garage Sale The Kimball All-City Garage Sale, sponsored by the Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce, is set for Saturday, May 11. Sign up now through May 1, at Tri-County News, or the Harvest Bank. There will not be a registration fee this year. The event will be adver- tised in the Tri-County News, St. Cloud Times, and three other local papers. Maps will be avail- able the day of the sale. Eden Valley city 8arase sale III 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 nmichelleh@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. Benefit for Sharon (Jewison) Skuza April 28 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. 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. Eden Valley Red Cross Blood Drive May 15 Community IIIIlllll I I Brt&l shower Open House Shower Dance There will be a Shower Dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at Dino's Lakeside in Eden Valley. The event is in honor of the approaching wedding of Andrea Millerbernd and Jason Huschle of Eden Valley. Andrea is the daughter of Tom and Mel Millerbernd of Little Fork, Minn. Jason is the son of Dale and Deb Huschle of Eden Valley. double reds, height/weight require- ments for donors younger than 19 years may apply. Contact Bonnie at (320) Retirement 453-2574, or (320) 282-1468; to make an appointment, obtain a 16-year old consent form, or with questions. This drive is participating in the Young Minds Change Lives Educa- The American Red Cross wants us to mark our calendar forWednes- day, May 15, when they will be visit- ing EdenValley from 1-7 p.m. at the St. Patti's Lutheran Church. Every donor is important and needed, but this will be a difficult time to get people to commit being that our spring is slow at coming this year. Please help the American celebration May 7 After 34 years with the Kim- ball Post Office as a rural route Page 3 I II I II Eden Valley Area Annual plant sale Library event postponed St. John's Lutheran Church of Kimball is postponing its annual plant sale scheduled for Saturday, May 11. It is rescheduled for the Spring of 2014. Plant de 2 iBulb Sale Saturday, May 4 r: 8 to 11 a.m. -No Early Sales~ Ros, Community Bu/lg 1 I,dO Roscoe Park, Roscoe, MN  laaynesviUe Area Garden Clubi Wanted: Vendors/Artisans/ Crafters for Saturday, May 11, 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. Eden V.j]lley Area hbrary, STORY HOUR ! May 1, from 9-10 a.m. "May Day!" Story, activities, and craft. Preregistration is required. Contact Judy: jjthielen@meltel.net |_ _. 0r(320)266:5515 ....... Kimball United Methodist Red Cross reach their goal by mak- tional Scholarship Program and all mail carrier, Larry Schneider ing an appointment and informing donors are needed to ensure that will retire May 3. There will be other friends and family about the our goal is reached to obtain max- an open house celebration from importance of donating, imum scholarship money for our 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, at the Donors must be at least 17 years qualifying school graduates. Triple R Grill and Bar in Kimball. old (16 years old with a signed Call the American Red Cross at No gifts, please. Red Cross parental/guardian con- (866) 236-3276, then option #3 if sent form), at least 110 pounds, be you have medical or travel ques- in good general health, have NOT tions. donated in the last 56 days OR Bring along your identification, 112 days if your last donation was it is needed to donate. Hawaiian Day at Hilltop Health Care Center 320-236-2632 or 320-224-5497 ] W.,': - 74526 CSAH 19 South Haven "W;I.| ! ......  ............... Bob Johnson and his wife Gretchen are experiencing their dream of going to Hawaii at Hilltop Health Care Center's Hawaiian Day as part of their "Dreams" program. Submitted photo. A Hawaiian Day was held at Hilltop Health Care Center Friday, April 19. Two residents, Arlene Danielson and Bob Johnson, had the dream of going to Hawaii. The dayroom was decorated with home- made palm trees and a beach. The residents and staff had their names translated into the Hawaiian ver- sion and were dressed in Hawaiian clothing, leis and grass skirts. A hog roast was planned for dinner, but with the snow and wind, Hilltop went to plan B and had a pork roast Hawaiian dinner instead. The din- Hilltop Health Care Center recently held a Hawaiian Day as part of our "Dreams  program. Arlene Danielson is experiencing her dream of going to Hawaii. Submitted photo. ner also included Hawaiian pasta salad, Hawaiian asparagus, ambrosia fruit and a Hawaiian pineapple dessert. Johnny Pineapple came in the afternoon to entertain the residents, families and staff. He played Hawaiian music and got the residents, staff and vis- itors involved in a few hula dances. The afternoon was topped off with pina coladas, strawberry daiqui- ris, fruit and cheese kabobs. Hawaii at Hilltop was a much-needed winter break. www.tri cou ntyn ews. rn n Mother's Day