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PAGE 2 May 5, 2016 ........................ Thank Thanks from Trap Team Thank you to everyone who 350 people in another successful helped support our KAHS Trap year of fund raising. All the pro- Team Pancake Breakfast last ceeds are used to help keep the Sunday, May 1. We served about cost down for the team. Thanks from Sam Rossman family Words are inadequate to such a success without our c(,m- express how everyone has mademunity coming together to donate us feel. For the incomparable love, and join us for dinner. We live in care and support you have given such a great community. A)very us all as Sam battles his cancer, special thank you to all tht~work- Saying thank you hardly seemsers who ran around and-helped enough after all everyone has done that day. Gohmann's supplied a for us, from family to the class of fantastic dinner for those in atten- '92 and the amazing businesses dance. We could never J~hve done that have supported us duringit withoutyou. this difficult time. We appreciate ~ Thankyou, everything from kind words, to Sam Rossman moral and monetary support. Our and the~Rbssman Family silent auction wouldn't have been EV-W Community Education thanks The Eden Valley-Watkins Inc., KBI Inc., Farmers State Bank Community Education staff of Watkins, Alice Teicher, RIE, would like to thank everyone State Bank of Eden Valley, City of for participating in the Annual Eden Valley, Eden Valley Lumber, Senior Citizen Banquet. The eve- Lost and Found, Valley Quick Stop, ning was filled with entertain- Mike's Bait, Classic Clips/Carol ment by our students. Thank Fodstad, Schlangen's Custom you to: Emily Laumer - clarinet Cabinets, Eden Valley Vet Clinic, solo, Jasmine Miller - bass clari- Tom's Carpet Kingdom, Thielen net and piano solos, Laura Klein - Machine and Welding, Steve vocal solo, Izabela Schmitz- vocal Schmidt, Linda's Magic Mirror, solo, Kaitlyn Mathies - vocal solo, ]oanne's Place, DeeDee's Corner Shelby Geislinger -vocal solo, Eryn Bar, Kuechle's Underground, Eken and Emma Roy- vocal duet, Specialized Trucking Equipment. and Ashley DeJulianne and KimThank you to our awesome Salo - flute duet. Awesome enter- Community Ed Advisory Council: tainment. We would like to thank Ernie Junker, Jenni Scherer, Cindy Larson Catering of Grove City Tomsche, Bonnie Meyer, Mark for the delicious chicken dinner. Messman, Amanda Meierhofer, Thank you to the Student Council, Jeanne Geislinger, Mary Thielen, Kim Salo and the Tri-M students Jean Wirz, and Shannon Larson. for helping with this event. Thank We appreciate your generosity, 8-11 Location: AM Maus & Son Parking Lot - HWY 55 HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS What are you going to do with all those hazardous products/ying around your home? Take advantage of this FREE hazardous waste co//ection. Products Accepted: Products NOT Accepted: • Paints• Cleaners• Poisons• Paints• Cleaners • Antifreeze • Poisons • Roofing Tar Fuels. Automotive Chem. • Sealers. Garden Chem. Pool Chem, • Adhesives, Aerosols. Fluorescent Bulbs • Solvents, Mothballs. Mercury Roofing Tar Fuels Automotive Chem. • Business Waste • Pharmaceutical Waste • Explosives • Medical waste APPLIANCE DISPOSAL • Appliances with Freon $10 (fridge, NC, etc,) • Appliances without Freon $5 (washer, dryer, stove, etc.) ELECTRONICS DISPOSAL • Misc. E-waste + screens less than 7" $5 . Any screen 7"-27" $15 • Any screen over 27" $30 DUMPSTERS AVAILABLE FOR GARBAGE COLLECTION: $20/Pick-up Truck Load for City Residents $301Pick-up Truck Load for Non-City Residents **You must show proof of residency via a government issued photo ID that states your current address OR by displaying a current utility bill that states your current address** POTTING A WOMAN ON I'RE TWENTY you to Julie Bulau for stopping support, and time in helping make in and taking photos. Thank you this event successful! to our local businesses for your Eden Valley-Watkins Community donations and support with this Education Staff event. Tri-County News, Jack's Oil Check daily for new stories at www.tricou ntynews. M N (obituaries are posted as we receive them) ] POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2 p.m. Monday LETTERS: The Tri-County News welcomes letters COPYRIGHT: All content herein is the property Tri-County News, P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353. 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