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..... www.tricountynews.mn I1 Blood Drive coming to Kimball May 5 The Kimball Area Fire 236-3276, and select option #3. Department and Fire Department You may schedule your appoint- Auxiliary are sponsoring the ment on line at redcrossblood.org, American Red Cross Blood Drive at 1-800-Red Cross, contact any at St. Anne's Church in Kimball Fire Department Auxiliary mere- from 1-7 p.m. Thursday, May 5. For ber, or call Tom Ehlinger (320) donor eligibility questions, includ- 250-2411. Bring along your identi- ing health questions, call (866) fication; it is neededto donate. National Day of Prayer May 5 Kimball City Hall will host a All are invited. This is an National Day of Prayer service at opportunity to pray for our com- 7 p.m. Thursday, May 5. munity and our nation. Kimball Class of 1969 Coffee May 7 The Kimball Class of 1969 Saturday, May 7, at the Triple R will get together for coffee 9 a.m. Grill & Bar. Mother's Day Breakfast in Cold Spring A Mother's Day breakfast will sculpture of the "Virgin Mary." be hosted by the Cold SpringThe cost is $8 for adults, $5 area Knights of Columbus from for students ages 6-12, and 5 and 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, under are free. Menu includes May 8, at St. Boniface Church in sausage, ham, hash browns, eggs, Cold Spring. Five lucky mothers cinnamon bread, pastries, fruit will receive a beautiful ceramic cocktail, coffee, juice and milk. Old Coots at Triple R May 10 Hello everybody. It's that time The time is 11 a.m., pictures at of year again for the Old Coots to 12:15, Lunch at 12:30 p.m. descend on the town of Kimball. The place is Triple R on High- The date is Tuesday, May 10,way15justnorthofHighway55. (always the second Tuesday in Hope you all can make it. May). Denny M. Kimball Legion Auxiliary meets May 11 Fredrick A. Metcalfe Kimball Wednesday, May 11. Meeting to Legion Auxilary Unit 261 willfollow. Hope to see you there. have a potluck dinner to honor ColetteVanVleet Gold Star Families at 6:30 p.m. First Vice President Burger Night at Kingston Mini Mart May 13 Burger Night is at Kingston AmericanCancerSocietyRelayfor MiniMart from 5-7:30 p.m. Friday, Life. May 13. Proceeds are to benefit the Kimball All-City Garage Sale May 14 The Kimball Area Chamber Saturday, please call Jayne at Tri- of Commerce is again sponsor- County News at (320) 398-5000. If ing the Kimball All City Garage you wish to set up a booth at the Sale. The date is Saturday, May 14. shelter both Friday and Saturday, Starting Friday, May 13, please call Marilyn at (320) "Treasures from the Country"398-5232. We will need all infor- will start at the Lions Shelter at mation by May 6, so maps can be Willow Creek Park. If you wish to created and printed. There is no participate in the all city sales on charge to have your sale listed. KES fundraiser garage sale There will be a fundraiser Kimball All-City Garage Sale). The garage sale at Kimball Elementary purpose is to raise funds for var- School from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. ious improvements at the school. Saturday, May 14 (during the Kingston Mini Mart Cust. Appreciation May 14 The Kingston Mini Mart's Fourth Annual Customer Appreciation will be 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 14. The pub- lic is invited for hotdogs and pop, and also door prizes. Cancer Society Benefit is 5- 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 13. Kingston's All-City Garage Sale is Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 12-14. Maps are available at the Kingston Mini Mart, located at Burger Night for American 31083 Highway 15 in Kingston. Eden Lake Cemetery Annual Meeting May 22 Eden Lake Cemetery Annual 11 a.m. Sunday, May 22, in the fel- Meeting will take place at lowship hall. St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Steps for Eden Valley-Watkins Special Olympics The Sixth Annual 5K Valley-Watkins Fundraiser Event is planned for Eden Valley. Saturday, June 4. Registration You can Walk, Run, Bike start is at 8 a.m. or Blade, starting at the Eden All-City Garage Sales scheduled Elementary in is 7-7:45 a.m. and Here's a schedule of local all- Sat., May 14: Kimball city garage sales: Sat., May 14: Kingston Sat., April 30: Cokato Sat., May 14: Litchfield Sat., May 7: Annandale Sat., May 21: Eden Valley Sat., May 7: Hutchinson Sat., May 21: Watkins Casey's Regional Cookie Contest May 1 through May 31, there is a friendly competition between the Casey's Stores in the Kimball Casey's Regional area. The store that sells the most cookies, sport- ing five varieties, will be the win- ner. The great thing about this is the city of Kimball could be the winner. The store that sells the most cookies will have a pizza party for their town, up to 150 piz- zas which serves 900 pieces with 1 slice per person. The party day is decided by the store manager. So order those cookies for all your May parties or get-togethers. Jennifer Mergen: Small Town, Big Dreams Farming native talks about how history influenced her career Jennifer Mergen, host of Minnesota Traveler on FOX Sports North, presents "Small Town, Big Dreams" at the Stearns History Museum's Breakfast Club Wednesday, May 11. The program begins at 9 a.m. "Oh my goodness, it's amazing," said Mergen about her show that blends history and travel. "I've wanted this my entire life and now it's happening." With one successful sea- son on FOX Sports North and another in the works, Jennifer is now embarking on an even big- ger adventure. She'll share how the values, traditions and his- tory of Stearns County have built a foundation to pursue her career, including some localplaces that have inspired her journey. Minnesota Traveler has a similar vision. "We really want to get into the story - get to know the peo- ple and understand the history," Mergen said. She encourages oth- ers to use their history as means to reach their own personal and professional aspirations. Breakfast Club is free for Stearns History Museum mem- bers, and $7 for nonmembers. Refreshments are served. The Museum is located at 235-33rd Ave. S in St. Cloud. 9 am Sat.: Zootopia America: The lun#e Book Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 PAGE 3 May5, 2016 55 West, Kimball Bdng church bulletin & Tell us how many- we'll felt you We specialize in roast I ff, roast pork and all your other graduation party needs. WHOLE HOGS; BEEF 114 & 1/2[ LOCALLY RAISED! CALL TODAY FOR INFO! 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