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Pa 8 Thursday, May 16, 2013 r News 2013 Graduation pen Houses Eden Valley-Watkins and Kimball Area High Schools Saturday, May 18 2 p.m.-?, Kayla Miller, daughter of Kit and Cheryl Miller, at their home (39500 677th Ave., Watkins). (EVW) Sunday, May 19 1-4 p.m., Stephanie Laudenbach, daughter of Jeff and Judy Laudenbach, at their home (18751 Co. Rd. 7, South Haven). (K) 1"30-5 p.m., Joel Schmitz, son of John and Julie Kelli Meierhofer, atWillowCreek Park in Kimball. (K) Schmitz, at the Manannah Shelter/Park. (EVW) 2-6 p.m., Patrick Latcham, son of Bob and Kris Friday, May 24 Latcham, at their home (15928 Lake Koronis Rd., News of our students Evangel University, Springfield, Mo., dean's list for fall 2012; grade point average of 3.6 or higher: Maria Ann Donnay, daughter of John and Chris Donnay of Kim- 1-5 p.m., JonathanBisila, son of Laurie and David ball, sophomore with a major in Bisila, at theirhome (6703 152nd St., Kimball). (K) FB biology. 1-5 p.m., Briana Plantenberg, daughter of Brian Southwest Minnesota State and Lisa Plantenberg, at her home (64999 385th St., University, Marshall, scholarship Watkins). (EVW) Suzanne Robben of Kimball, 1-5 p.m., Austin Roerick, son of Markand Donna has been selected to receive a Roerick, at their home (17351 121stAve., Kimball). (K) Powell Family Scholarship for the 2-5 p.m., Breane Meierhofer, daughter of Tim and 2013-2014 academic year. Recipi- ents are recognized for their aca- demic accomplishments and out- standing leadership abilities. Her major field is early childhood edu- cation. Suzanne has also been selected to receive a Charles & Ellora Alliss Educational Founda- tion Scholarship for the same year. Minnesota State University, Mankato spring graduation list From Kimball: Tyler Gregory, BS in Marketing Stephan Kurkosky, BS in Law Enforcement From South Haven: Joseph Mooney, BS, Rec., Parks & Leisure Services. 5-9 p.m., Kenadi Mackereth, daughter of Kal and Paynesville). (EVW) Kim Mackereth, at their home (32375 735th Ave., 2p.m.-?,TanikaHenkel, daughterofJimandLoni K-EV-W girls' hit long and straight at South Haven). (K) Henkel. (K) Pierz fl |'~ Saturday, May 25 3 p.m.-?, Casie Mackereth, daughter of Bruce andbOil meet 2 p.m., Jariessa Dahle, daughter of Pat and Judy Shellie Mackereth, at their home (71140 365th St., ByPat Garry, Staff writer up some ground in the next three Dahle, at their home. (K) Kimball). (K) The Kimball-Eden Valley-War- meets." Friday, May 31 4 p.m.-?, Courtney Dilley, daughter of Brad and kins girls' golf team looked good Competing schools were: Bel- 5-8 p.m., Ariana Moyer, daughter of Kyle Moyer Jodi Dilley, at 60310 348th St., Litchfield. (EVW) Monday, May 13, at the Pierz golf grade-Br0oten-Elrosa, How- and Kelli Thielen, at Eden Valley Event Center. (EVW) 5-9 p.m., Kaylyn Mancini, daughter of Betty Nystrom and Bruce Mancini, at their home (14830 93rd Ave., Kimball). (K) Park. (EVW) Saturday, June 1 2-6 p.m., Abbie Swenson, daughter of Steve and 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Tiffany Kuechle, daughter of Karen Swenson, at their home (16451 TTT Rd., Eden Kenneth and Dawn Kuechle, at their home (35823 Valley). (EVW) Sunday, June 2 course, as they finished third in 1-5 p.m., Meredith Gruenes, daughter of Donald the 7-team Central Minnesota Gruenes and Beth Perrier, at Watkins Sportsman's Conference showdown. Coach Kristine O'Brien is impressed with the progress of her golfers, given the delayed start to the season. "Since the weather has To be continued.., gotten nice, the season has been Call us at 398-5000 or 453-6397 a whirlwind. We have had two to 697th Ave:, Kimball). (K) Tell us how many & we'll tell you what you need! Ham Roast Beef Roast Pork Potato Salad 31 Beans HRS: 8-5:30 S Main St, Kimball 320-398-5485 www.knaussausagehouse.com Minnesota's best kept secret... to add your graduate to this list. FB indicates the event is on Facebook. Stearns County Breakfast on the Farm The 6th Annual Stearns County Breakfast on the Farm will be held at Groetsch Dairy, owned by three meets a week, making it dif- ficult to work on skills between competitions. I feel like the sea- son has gone well so far, thanks to the strong play of Nicole Vossen and Paiten Schreiner. Sophomores Maddy O'Brien and Hannah Set- bus have been playing consis- tently, keeping their scores in the low 50s. Junior Erin Salo and sev- enth-grader Trinity Erickson are continually improving in their first year as varsity players. We are the Steve and Lisa Groetsch fam- currently 19 shots behind B-B-E ily, from 8 a.m.-Noon, Saturday, for third place, and hope to make June 1. The Kimball Lions will be HOURS: ard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Kim- ball-Eden Valley-Watkins, Maple Lake, Pierz, Rockford and Osa- kis. Scoring summary: EV-W-K's senior Paiten Schreiner, 55; soph- omore Nicole Vossen, 44; sopho- more Hannah Serbus, 55; sopho- more Madelyn O'Brien, 52; junior Erin Salo, 63; B-B-E's Jordan Gru- endemann shot 49, HL-W-W's Emily Roufs shot 46, Maple Lake's Tabitha Latzig shot 41, Pierz'sJes- sica Hawks shot 47, Rockford's Rachel Clem shot 48, Osakis's PRy- ton Garcia shot 43. Maple Lake's Tabitha Latzig took Medalist hon- ors with a net score of 41. Osakis took first place with a net 182; sec- ond place, Maple Lake, 185 net; third place, K-EV-W, 206; fourth place, B-B-E, 208 net, fifth place, Pierz, 216; tied last, Rockford, HL- W-W, 217 net. cooking up a hearty breakfast of EV-W-K track team's right in stride Swany Cakes, French toast, eggs, sausage, juice, coffee and milk for at Dave Sieben Invitational $5/person. Children 5 and under eat free! The event will include By Pat Garry, Staff writer EV-W-K's Men's Personal Bests: children's activities, a farm ani- The Dave Sieben Invitational4xg00 relay (9:08.00) mal petting zoo, tours of the farm, track meet was held at Albany ll0-meter hurdles: Thomas a visit from Princess Kay of the High School in Melrose last Thurs- Neuman (19.71) Milky. Way, an obstacle course day, May 9, attracting 15 worn- 100-meter dash: DeShaun with theVikingsCheerleadersand en's teams and 14 men's teams, James (11.34) live radio broadcasts with KCLD offering 18 competitive events in 1600-meter run: DJ Stewart and WILD Country. Come join each category. Men's coach Jason (5:26.72) the manyagriculturalcommunity Mortenson is pleased with the 800-meter run: Kirby Knutson, sponsors to celebrate June Dairy athletes' efforts and remains con- Brandon Faber (2:07.55) (2:31.09) Month. Bring the whole family to fident ofasuccessfulseason."Last Long jump: John Salzl (17- this agricultural awareness event night at the Melrose Dave Sieben 06.00) and see a dairy farm in action. The Invite, the ladies took 6th out of Triple jump: Kirby Knutson event will occur rain or shine! 15, and the guys took 2nd out of (39-06.25) Getting to the event: 14 teams. Other than the weather High jump: Connor Wittenberg From St. Cloud the meet was good for us. Connor (tied school record) (6-03.00) Take Interstate 94 west to Avon Wittenberg tied the school record EV-W-K's Women's Highlights: (Exit 153). Watch for directional in the high jump at 6'3"! This was Tiffany Kuechle and Emily signs inAvon, our final prep for our conference Donnay finished seventh and At the top of the exit ramp, meet in Pierz next week, and the eighth in 100-meter hurdles. turn right onto Avon Ave. / County subsection meet at B-B-E the week Brittany Hesse and Madison Road 9 and go north. Turn left after." EV-W-Kladies' coach Gordy Hurrle finished fifth and sixth in onto 1st St. NW / County Road Schlangen has no complaints 400. 54 (also known as the Frontage about what he witnessed. "The Emily Donnay finished fourth Road). FollowCountyRoad 54 into gifts competed hard at a very large in 300-meter hurdles. Albany. Watch for signs in Albany. Melrose meet and finished strong. Hannah Holmberg & Steph Parking will be at the Albany Pub- There were a lot of good times and Roeser had personal best times in lic School. A FREE shuttle bus will distances. Hopefully this effort 3200. take you to the farm. (There will be can carry over to our conference 4x400 relay team of Brittany NO parking at the farm.) meet next week." 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