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Thursday, May 9, 2013 Tri-County News www.tricountynews.mn ]3inh Card of Than00 The family of Lola Heinrichs wishes to thank all those who hon- ored her memory by attending her memorial service. Thank you also to Fr. John Brunner and Fr. Richard Gross for your kindness, and for serving in the Mass. Thanks to those who gave flow- ers, gave of their time, sent cards, offered prayers, and helped with her memorial in so many ways. Your thoughtfulness is very much appreciated. Thank you also to the Ertl Funeral Home for your compas- sionate help with arrangements. Lola Heinrichs' family Madison Yvonne Shonyo was born April 23, 2013, to Jessica Channell and Brandon Shonyo of Kimball. She weighed 5 pounds 11 ounces and measured 18 inches long. Eden Valley Blood Drive May 15 Make an appointment today. The American Red Cross will be in Eden Valley from 1-7 p.m. Wednes- day, May 15, at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Donors must be at least 17 years old (16 years old with a signed Red Cross parental/guardian consent form), at least 110 pounds, be in good general health, have NOT donated in the last 56 days OR 112 days if your last donation was dou- ble reds, height/weight require- ments for donors younger than 19 years may apply. Call the American Red Cross at (866) 236-3276, then option #3 if you have medical or travel ques- tions. Contact Bonnie at (320) 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 Scholarship Program; all donors are needed to help reach our goal. Bring along your identification, it is needed to donate. Kingston Mini Mart now open f Community Wills 60 th Ken and Lois (Eckman) Wills will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open hfiuse at the Kingston Community Cen- ter from 3-6 p.m. Sunday, May 19. No gifts, please, your presence is your gift. Bridal sho00 er Davidson There will be an open house bridal shower for Ashley David- son, bride to be of Sam Haag. The shower will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 19, at the Church of Our Lady Parish Hall in Manan- nah. Ashley is the daughter of Brenda and Scott Davidson. Sam is the son of Jim and Mona Haag. The couple is registered at Bed Battr and Beyond, Target, Menards and Amazon.com. A card has also IIIIIIIII!lllqlllllll'llllll tandy and Marilyn Kahn, of Lawrence Kam, are pleased to announce the engage- ment and upcoming marriage Page 3 of their daughter Kristen Ann Longanecker to Ryan Timothy Rice, son of Tim and Lori Rice of South Haven. Kristen and Ryan are graduates of Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Kristen is an elementary music teacher at the Footprints Academy in Woodbury, Minn., and Ryan is a consultant with The Burchfield Group in St. Paul. A June 29, 2013, wedding is planned at Woodlake Lutheran Church in Richfield, Minn. In celebration of the couple's upcoming wedding, an open house shower will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Ostmark Lutheran Church in rural Watkins. Day BUFFET St. Cloud, MN 56301. Open to dancers ages 18+, the Central Minnesota non-profit's mission is to provide opportuni- ties for dancers in the disciplines of performance, education and advancement withinthe arts. The company is predominantly mod- ern and jazz based, however danc- ers trained in various styles are welcome and encouraged to audi- tion. Dancers are asked to prepare a two-minute solo, as well as a dance r6sum6 that includes train- ing and performance experience. Those auditioning will also learn a phrase of choreography and inter- view with the directors. Questions can be directed to Executive Director Kerri Golom- becki at Director@MinnesotaDance Ensemble, or (320) 493-8840. This organization is funded, in part, by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central Minnesota Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. Friday & Saturday, May 10 & 11 VENDORS: 9 am - 3 pm Artists: Kath Donna Reich, AWARD WINNING AUTHORS MAY 11: Deb Schutz. 10 am - Jill Elizabeth Nelson - (romantic suspense) Sheri Teichen uNHn Mary Kay ,-.Rg.,l tt am- Michael Stanley- (mysterles)-will be displaying & antique "Bushman" Hunting KR - Bow, arrow, spear Norwex . AJL L. " Osbom Books 10 am - noon - Massages by Mary Lou Thirty One SILENT AUCTION - includes locally made Tupperware "King Size Minnesota Quilt" and much morel Vault Denim Jeans Wild Tree LIBRARY OPEN FOR BUSINESS! CentraCare Digestive Center, about the possible signs of celiac disease such-as gas, bloating and abdominal pain from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, May 30, in the Hughes, Mathews Room at CentraCare term effects of celiac disease. Free. Sponsored by St. Cloud Hospital Women & Children's Center and CentraCare Digestive Center. For more information or to register, call (320) 229-5139. TheKingstonMiniMartat31083 On the roller grill we serve all Highway 15 in Kingston is now beef hot dogs, brats and smokey open under new ownership. Their cheddar sausage been placed at Lost and Found. A hours are Monday through Friday Microwave sandwiches July 20 wedding has been planned. I 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sun- Pop, chips, snacks and gro- day they are open from 7 a.m. to ceryitems 9 p.m. Phone (320) 398-9501 Cigarettes and smokeless You are invited to come in and tobacco products see the newly remodeled store Minnesota State Lottery Wide  ",aerate Sale featuring: French'Lake Meats Mav 1 8 ""-, I i sm0k00 salm0n pi00rw/a, 0000ngs.P000t0 leek .. \\;0013r 24 - hour pay at the pump Blue Rhino LP Tank Exchange with non-oxygenated premium Ice The Watkins City-Wide Garage | Foup*Assorted tea sandwiches.Tossedspinach salad , r. K=mlall I gas as well as regular unleaded Bait Sale is planned for Saturday, I, Ilandafl n oranges, red onion, candied almonds Fresh .... o ...... .. I IN F beet & red oriion salad Assorted freshpastes, dinner AouIts =13" Kids /= | and diesel Grand Opening is 9 a.m. to May 18. m mils, artisan bread . Seasonal fresh fruit &berries .Spring Call ahead for | Coffee and cappuccino 3p.m. Saturday, Mayl8. To get on the map, call Gloria I fresh vegetable tray w/ dipping sauce .Breakfast sausage .-'n's.ifvoulike Dance auditions at (320) 764-2791. The deadline is Ilinks .Tomato basil quichew/ham & mozzarella ,Smashed ,==,v=.u,,o,. r,- .... I Wednesday, May 15. I ru.taba .Count, scrambled eggsSliced roasted turkey (320) 398-7778 at the Paramount rice sng & turkey gravy reen bean almondine The kitchen is I .Pork medallions w/apples, onions & sundried cranberry ;i'fb.m. Minnesota Dance Ensemble Celiac disease and eating gluten-free demi glace .Br0iled salmon atop white bean & artichoke, "',,'::,,:.r"'"/ will hold auditions for their 2013- omato ragout .Biscuits & gravy ,Golden Belgian waffles "." "Y'." evemng mnmg 2014 season at 12-3 p.m., May 19, Live a happy, healthy, gluten- Health Plaza, 1900 CentraCare rangejuice, applejuice,.offee, tea or milk inc, withce evenlng and Aug. 11, at the Paramount free life by learning from gastro- Circle. Early diagnosis and treat- wwLtriplergritlandbar.com Theatre, 913W. St. Germain Street, enterologist Paul Dorsher, MD, ment can help you avoid the long-