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Pa00e 8 CIVt 11flI Itd - Thursday, May 9, 2013 vt-a w'a6 I,d/ ,_ Tri-County News * www.tricountynfws:mn School of Fish Date change for class to May 16 The Kimball Rod and Gun Club, Kimball Legion, Kimball Lions, and Kimball Fire Department are sponsoring a fishing class called the School of Fish. This class is tar- geted towards youth but adults can take the class as well. It will teach the fundamentals of fish- ing. This includes fish identifica- tion, shoreline fishing opportuni- ties, and how to tie a knot. The class is $25 per student and includes a workbook, Northland Tackle Pack, Shakespeare Rod & Reel Set, T-Shirt, and a snack bag ($62 value). The class will be held after school, from 3-6 p.m. Thurs- day, May 16. If anyone is inter- ested in signing up or volunteer- ing, please contact Kimball Com- munity Education (320) 398-7700, ext. 112 or Rob Kuechle (320) 492-5662. ATV Safety Training class May 19 South Haven Sportsman's Club is sponsoring an ATV Safety Train- ing class at noon Sunday, May 19, at the South Haven Fire Hall. Call Norm at (320) 236-7448, or Jack at (320) 274-5748, if interested. It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, we,b, or e-mail. (See order form on page 22.) PC running slow not af all? networks a wear a poppy The American Legion Auxil- iary will be distributing poppies for contributions to promote contin- ued rehabilitaion efforts for veter- ans. Since that first auxiliary con- vention in 1921, the poppy program has flourished in the guiding hands and caring hearts of the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary. The small red paper flower still blooms and its Poppy Days On Friday, May 10, and Satur- day, May 11, the red crepe paper poppy will be offered to the public by the American Legion Auxiliary. This reminder of the sacrifice of countless thousands in four wars is an annual event undertaken by the members of Unit #261 in Kim- ball. Volunteers from the Unit will once again take part in this nation-wide program in memory of the citizen soldiers who gave their lives in the cause of freedom. Funds collected on Poppy Days are used to assist the needy vet- eran and his family. It is a self-help program as the Auxiliary's famil- iar red paper poppy is hand-made by disabled and hospitalized vet- erans. These disabled and hospi- talized veterans make the flowers by hand, petal by petal. It is part of a physical and psychological ther- apy program by veterans for veter- message is still strong and clear, we remember your courage and sacri- fice, you did not serve in vain. Please watch for poppy pro: motions and displays and make a generous contribution .to support our veterans. Wear your poppy in honor of the millions of Americans who have willingly served and who are currently serving our nation, all too many of whom have made the ultimate sacrifice so that we ans. These poppies are purchased by the Auxiliary and offered to the public, not at a price, but for a contribution ... a few cents to say America remembers. This memorial flower was adopted by the American Legion Auxiliary in 1920, and since that time, programs have been con- ducted throughout the United States each year. Contributions made on Poppy Days are used by the local Unit to aid needy veterans and their fam- ilies in the community and in hos- pitals throughout the state. All proceeds are channeled directly into veterans' rehabilitation and welfare work for veterans' children and youth. Auxiliary members from Kim- ball Unit 261 will ask the pub- lic to pause for a moment, pin on a poppy, and wear it with pride, remembering the civilian who took an oath to serve his country and gave his life so that America could remain living in a free coun- try under God. There is not a bet- ter way to say THANK YOU than to wear a poppy as a reminder that we will "always remember." A poem for Poppy Day. The Flower of the Day Would you like to wear a poppy As you go on your way? Would you care to wear a poppy? It's the flower of the day. It has a special meaning Of devotion tried and true. Would you please wear a poppy We're offering it to you. It's a very special flower So bright and red and gay. We'd like for you to wear one On this its special day. Be proud to wear a poppy, It tells a story true. Please wear it just as proudly As we who offer it to you. We accept whate'er you give As thousands of us say, "Would you like to wear a poppy? It's the flower of the day!" Mrs. Allen Merriman 10th District Junior Past President would survive today. Feel the pride and wear a poppy. Thank you, Anita Hoefer, Poppy Chairman JOHN DAMMANN 2371 165th Street, Clearwater MN 55320 320-236-3563 * ce11320-267-4781 www.organicwormblend.com WORMS CASTINGS VERM1COMPOSTINGS A SUBSIDIARY OF ROCK HILL ENTERPRISES Saturday & Sunday May 25 & 26 Watkins Softball Park 9 players on the field at a timet5 guy maximum $75 Limited to first 16 teams Duck soup rule changes in the 2"d-5 th innings entry fee Please contact Mary: 320-764-5160 or Miah: 320-339-2799 ;IbIggqi [.'1 [,I:I.1 (,th.l 1, kl i[ a,,,ll iN| ,] ,if, II i1 ,rqt: 11 lli[,]l Nleeker County 4-H Dairy Bowl teamS compete at state competition What two ways are amino acids many hours studying periodicals from Kandiyohi County, and Mor- supplied tO the small intestine? and other resources getting ready gan Paulson of Kandiyohi County. What are the two purposes of an inflation? How many pounds of milk does it take to make a pound of butter? Name five macro min- erals? These are a few of the ques- tions that the Meeker County 4-H Dairy Project Bowl Teams had to answer correctly at the State Proj- ect Bowl Competition held in Foley on April 20th. Meeker County had one Senior and two Junior Dairy teams that competed in this event. All of the Meeker County teams finished within the top three teams. The project bowl competition is designed to test the participants' knowledge in all facets of the dairy industry. The participants spend for the contest. Dairy Bowl Meeker Senior Team - First in State, members: James Gathje of Richmond, Matt Krum- rie of Litchfleld, Nicole Krumrie of Litchfield, and Cory Schmidt of Cosmos. Our senior team was coached by Jim Salfer of Dassel. Dairy Bowl Meeker Junior Team - First in state, members are Greg- ory Gathje of Richmond, Jonathan Gathje of Richmond, Katherine Gathje of Richmond, Greg Lux of Eden Valley, and Daniel William- son of Spicer. Dairy Bowl Meeker/ Kandiyohi Junior Team - Third in State, members are Wyatt Renne of Grove City, Dillon Gratz from Kandiyohi County, Elliot Gratz Both junior teams were coached by Alan Barka of Watkins. Thank you to all of our coaches for all of your coaching, time, and expertise! Congratulations to all the participants for the hard work! By th e way, the answers to the questions are: microbial protein and rumen undegradable pro- tein, massage the teat and expel the milk; 22 pounds of milk; Mag- nesium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Chloride, and Potassium. For more information on how to join 4-H in Meeker County, please contact Extension Office at (320) 693-5275, or (877) 993-5275. I Do you n repair on an 'tn)Al:A-3037 ! Meeker 4-H Dairy Bowl Senior and Junior team are pictured together; Alan Barka, Gregory Gathje, James existing driveway5 or would like backtop over grass or gravel? Anrlarldale :lt"-'l ----- i Gathje, Jonathan Gathje, Ka.therine Gathje, Dillon Gratz, Elliot Gratz, Matt Krumrie, Nicole Krumrie, wwwimluH.mutml ,U. ...... :^=i..L Greg Lux, Morgan Paulson, Wyatt Renne, Isaac Salfer, Jim Salfer, Cory Schmidt, and Daniel Williamson. CALL TODAY! Submitted photo.