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Thursday,. April 29, 2010 Community Page Trl-Coun News Kimball ..MN , AA.R.P Defensive BY&apos; rL z kins Community Education pro- fill I ll./lll /'UIII(II ryAn open house bridal shower kins Community Education pro- --'"-'" is lImDall AUXllla grams have teame00 to offer the planne00 for StacyOrren, 00ri00e-to meeting change eight-hour AARP defensive driv- be of Jerry Aimgren. The shower ing course for first-time attend- w]] be frorp 1:30-3:30 p.m. Satur- The regular meeting of Freder- ees. (A four-hour refresher course day, May 8, at the Triple R Grill & ick A. Metca]f Post 261 of the Kim- , also is offered.) It will take place at Bar in Kimball. ball Auxiliary has been changed the Eden Valley Civic Center, from Stacy is the daughter of Tony to 7 p.m. Monday, May 10. There Op will be a pot luck supper at 6 p.m. 6raduation en Houses 5-9 p.m. on Monday, May 3, and and Deborah Orren of Sauk Rap- Wednesday, May5. Sign up through ids. Jerry is the son of Chad and before the regular meting. Friday, May 28 Saturday, June 12 either Community Ed office (Kim- CindyAlmgren of Kimball. Public Relations Chairman, 4:30-8:30 p.m., Kelly Mack- 3-7p.m.,TabithaCapes, daugh- ballat(320) 398-7700xl14, orEden The cotiple is registered at CindyMay ereth, daughter of Kalvin and Kim ter of Steve and Debi Capes, at their Valley at (320) 453-2925). The cost Target and Home Depot. Mackereth, at their home (32375 home (5843 Calumet Rd., South is $19, and Jerry Imholte is the 735th Ave., South Haven). Haven). *FB* Saturday, May29 3-Tp.m.,KelsiWoods, daughter instructor. SMELT lY 1-5 p.m., Casey Kingman, son of Vicki and Gary Woods, at their LSS eek of Dan and Nicole Myllykangas, home (9843 Powder Ridge Rd., at Kingston Community Center Kimball). *FB* adoptive parents (30840 722ndAve.). 4 p.m.-?, Mitchell Wicker, son Lutheran Social Service of Min- 2 p.m.-? Amanda Zaleski, of John and Mary Wicker, at their nesota Adoption: Join us to learn daughter of Jason and Michele home (17703 County Rd. 48, Kim- about exciting opportunities and 0 -- 8 p.m. Capes, at 5881 163rd St., South ball), changes in adoption. Discover the Haven). Sunday, June 13 4 p.m.-?, Kristen Kuechle, 1-5 p.m., Bethany Libbesmeier, tools and support for families who Saturday, May 1 would like a flexible, proactive daughter of Diane and Allan Kue- daughter of Kevin and Joyce Lib- adoption process, and learn how chle, at their home. besmeier, at their home (12567 LSS can partner with you to grow Sunday, May 30 140th St., Watkins). your family. 1-5 p.m., Macki Nelson, daugh- 1-5 p.m., KelseyVigoren, daugh- LSS can help families adopt chil- ter of Terry and Patty Nelson, at ter of Barbara Vigoren and the late dren locally and from countries their home (9682 Powder Ridge George Vigoren, at Willow Creek around the world. Rd., Kimball). *FB* Park Lions Shelter in Kimball. The adoption information meet- SOUTH HAVEN Saturday, June 5 2-?, Michael Rose, son of Les ing will be held 6-8 p.m. Thursday,  RESCUE 2-6p.m., ScottNystrom, son of and Barb Rose, at their home (4561 May 13, at Atonement Lutheran Brenda and Greg Mass and the late 182nd St., South Haven). Church, located at 1144 29th Ave- Donald Nystrom, at Wilson Park Saturday, June 19 nue North, St. Cloud. Pavilion (625 Riverside Dr. NE, St. 2-?, Tina Henkemeyer, daugh- Call Lynne Haggar at (612) 879- Cloud). ter of Kevin and Linda Henke- 5230 or (888) 205-3769 to register. 5 p.m.-?, Melissa Konz, daugh- meyer, at 14502 County Rd. 7, For more information, or to regis- ter of Tony & Jackie Konz, at their South Haven). ter online, visit <ww.minnesota home (18001 County Road 48, Saturday, June 26>. Kimball). *FB* 1 p.m.-?, Joseph Robertson, son Sunday, June 6 of TonyRobertsonandLeahTomp- Art Through the 1-5 p.m., Patrick Libbesmeier, kins, at 67156 343rd St., Watkins. son or Deb and Dennis Lib- Saturday, July 10 A00es Family Day besmeier, at their home (13603 2 p.m.-?, ReanaOrbeck, daugh- Stearns History Museum Balsam Rd., Watkins). ter of Jeff and Lynn Orbeck, at their announces "Art Through the Ages 1-5 p.m., Shantel Tschida, home (10472 State Hwy. 55, Kim- FamilyDay"l-Jp.m.Sunday, MayY. daughter of Dale and LenoreTsch- ball). This fun family event will focus ida, at 17673 County Rd. 7, South Saturday, July 17 on art and architecture as high- Haven. 12-4 p.m., KristinaMackereth, lighted in the traveling exhibit 2-5 p.m., Lindsey Pramann, daughter of Dave and Melissa "Centuries of Progress: America's daugh.ter of Jan and Rudy Pra- Mackereth, at Willow Creek Park World's Fairs, 1853-1982." A spe- mann, at their home (17615 County in Kimball. *FB* cial feature is an exhibit of local Rd. 45, Clearwater). Saturday, July 31 art from Holdingford Elementary 1-5 .p.m., Brittany Donabauer, School students. Visitors will also daughter of Rhonda Donabauer have an opportunityto create their and Greg Pusc, at Willow Creek own art, experimenting with the Park in Kimball. artistic styles used at World's Fairs. Call or e-mail the Tri-County News to get your open house listed. "Centuries of Progress: America's It's free for KAHS grads, and just $5 for grads of other schools. World's Fairs, 1853-1982" is on dis- (Let us know if your open house is on Facebook, play through May 10. and we can make that notation, too! *FB*) Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for children ages 5-i7, children lElectrnic: i fires N0 lgg[[D: under 5 are free, and Museum members are free. The Stearns I NowAccepting'=' Business waste History Museum is located at 235 [TVs & Computers  Medical waste 33rdAvenue South, St. Cloud. . Pharmaceutical waste Buffalo Hospital HAzARDuS Household garbage offers classes i ../ITEMS ACCEPTED: ITEMS ACCEPTED: Learn rescue skills including Paints Garden chemicals AIspliances: $13 for most . first aid, CPR and AED use with Cleaners Rechargeablebatteries Air Cond: $18 victims older than age a, duringa Poisons FIorescentu,s automotive', Heartsaver CPR, AED and First Aid Solvents Adhesives Fuels class, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sat- urday, May 8, at Buffalo Hospital. Roofing tar Mothballs Tires: This class is recommended for Sealers Mercury MUCHMORE! $2.50 the general public, as well as those required to learn these, skills to USED CLOTHING: each meet OSHA requirements. Partic- Bring clean, used clothing to Car batteries ipants will receive an American A.M. Maus & Son Lot Heart Association certification Saturday, May ] $ l card good for two years. 9am- 1pro Used oi1: FREE; Heartsaver CPR, AED and First will go to Epilepsy Foundation need your ad, and/0r your Aid is $65. The class meets at the Oilfilters: Buffalo Hospital Administration GARBAGE DUMPSTER: 50 each and Conference Center, 303 Cat- lin St., Buffalo. Pre-registration is A "PICKUP" LOAD- $20 Antifreeze: Sl required; minimum enrollment is LOCATION: A. M. MAUS & SON LOT, HWY. 51 six, maximum of 10 participants. To register, visit < classes>, or" call (866) 904-9962. For more information, call Buffalo Hospital Community Outreach at  (763) 684-7121 option #2. www.tricou n ,.x news. M N