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Pa ,o a Thursday, May 6, 2010 i-Coun News Kimball, MN ~ ..... ~:,~~ ........................ ~ ................................................. S~rlal a,d Cremation Services l,qew obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Let me help you make a choice. Doug Saukkola Kimball (320) 398-5055 www.dingmannfuneral,c0m Small Engine & Welding Repair (There were no obi ries this week.) Lake of the Woods o _ ".the Walleye Capital of the World" _ _ ute I,emlere Summe ~narCer Fishing Desination! ~Charte~ Fishing Visit us Online today| www.lowfishing.corn *Fine Dining o Call ~Lodging 1-800~382-FISH *Niqhtlife Tim Ellis, Owner HRS: Mon.Fri: 7:30-5:30; Sa| 7:30-12 North of Hw in Kimball ii: 0) 398-2200 ER Saturday, May 15 12 year old Alex, was diagnosed with s12.50 a plate Serving 4-8 pm Hodgkins Lymphoma May 14, 2(109. To learn more about Alex, please St. Augusta Parish Center visit his Caring Bridge website at: Silent Auction: 4-7:30 pm[ex sCO-SPONSORED BY: ........... ~[.~s For t,ckets contact St. M, r) p | ~VLIoyd Rosha 320-251-3326 Christians, St. Augusta I I~' e~ ~ I ~'' I I " ~' I ' St. John's Lutheran Kimball resident helps in Afghanistan in Kimball hosts concert Dave and Barb Anderson will perform in concert at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7, at St. John's Lutheran Church, 8871 135th Street, Kimball. Dave and Barb's music is a blend of con- temporary, gospel, and traditional Christian songs ... often including children's or Sunday School songs. During the concert, Dave and Barb share their personal expe- riences and what has become known around the world as "The Rescue Story". In 1993, God used incredi- bly heroic men to rescue Dave and Barb and five others from 36-degree waters after their plane crashed into the Bering Sea, returning from a missionary and humanitarian mission in the Rus- sian Far East. All seven men and women survived. This miraculous story has been heard by millions around the world on radio, TV, and through personal appearances. The Res- cue Story points to the God which rescues men and women from overwhelming circumstances in our lives. Learn more at . Under Dave and Barb's lead- ership, Fellowship Ministries has provided the church with worship rescources including 5,200 concerts, nearly one million songbooks, and a few hundred worship and music conferences and seminars. They are currently launch- James McCord, from Ankeny, Iowa, and Jeffrey Lerum (right), from ing the most ambitious project yet: Kimball, both with the United States Department of Agriculture, in- Shepherd's Canyon Retreat, a spe- spect a village veterinary store in Afghanistan. They are making a cial counseling and retreat center, list of animal medications that are sold to the public. With this list located in the mountains an hour they can identify what medicines are being used to support healthy east of Phoenix, Ariz. By mid-2009, livestock and what medication could be added to the inventory. Shepherd's Canyon Retreat was able Submitted photo. to provide counseling and renewal DNR website offers regional fishing outlook for hurting church workers and Anglers curious about regional Northeast Region, (218) 327-4414 tl uiropuu0 o.l tnmutc t www, fkhing eondition can vi6t the .M n, ( lfl)027- Vgl>. Minnesota Department of Natural Brainerd, (218) 828-2550 The free-will offering received Resources (DNR) website to view Duluth and Lake Superior, at the concert will benefit the information compiled by area (218)525-0853, ext. 200 Shepherd's Canyon Retreat proj- fisheries managers. .Finland, (218) 353-7591 ecc Refreshments will be served Regional fishing outlooks orga- Grand Marais, (218) 387-3056 following the concert, nizedbycityandbodyofwater can Grand Rapids, (218) 327-4430 _.._ ___OnP-car roliover be viewed online at . 5220 in en T's "We're looking forward to Tower Area Office, (218) 753- Steams County Sheriffs Office another great fishing season," said 2580, ext. 221 responded to a single-car rollover Dirk Peterson, DNR fisheries chief. Central Region, (651} 259-5831 crash on County Road 75 at the inter- "Anglers may want to see what's Hinckley, (320) 384-7721 section with 19thAvenue east in Lyn- going on around the state prior to Lake City, (651) 345-3365 den Township Tuesda5 April 27. the May 15 inland opener for wall- Lanesboro, (507) 467-2442 Clearwater Rescue and Gold Cross eye and northern pike." Little Falls, (320) 616-2450, Ambulance also responded. Vir- For information on specific ext. 225 ginia Anderson, age 64, of Clearwa- areas of the state, contact area Metro East, (651) 259-5831 ter was driving her 2004 GMC Yukon, fisheries offices at: . Metro West, (952) 826-6771 the car went off the road a short dis- Northwest Region, (218) 308-2623 Montrose, (763) 675-3301 tance before she was able to drive it Baudette, (218) 634-2522 Southern Region, (507) 359-6047 back onto County Road 75. Once on Bemidji, (218) 308-2339 Hutchinson, (320) 234-2550 the road, the car rolled several times. Detroit Lakes, (218) 846-8340 Ortonville, (320) 839-2656 Anderson was alone in the car at the Fergus Falls, (218) 739-7576, Spicer, (320) 796-2161 time. She was treated at the scene by ext. 238 .Waterville, (507) 362-4223 Clearwater Rescue and taken by Gold Glenwood, (320) 634-4573 W'mdom, (507) 831-2900, Cross Ambulance to the St. Cloud Park Rapids, (218)732-4153 ext. 230 Hospital where she was admitted. Walker, (218) 547-1683 ;stonate Amenities to meet your needs: 3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled exercise and Church activities, Now offering . . RESPITE CARE including mass 3 hines/m0. v .... H0usokeopin /laundry services Medication services with LPN/RN services available 24 hours per day ........... He tage House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest For more information: Joy0e Quast, LPN/Manager or Kim Norgren, LPN/Asst.