Newspaper Archive of
Tri-County News
Kimball, Minnesota
Lyft
May 16, 2013     Tri-County News
PAGE 13     (13 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 13     (13 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 16, 2013
 

Newspaper Archive of Tri-County News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Elene leaves for home in Georgian Republic Elene Loliashvili is an exchange "letter" for choir, and State Supe- student at KAHS from the Repub- rior awards for solo/ensemble lic of Georgia. She has been stay- contest. She will be returning to ing with Nancy Bonnifield and Georgia Wednesday, May 15. We family since September. Pic- have all enjoyed knowing her and tures shown are Elene receiving a hope t see her again. %:}i::i::::. ::4":~:::"~$~:':'~!~')f,~' 5::~..~i:~:~.~ KAHS Senior Choir concert May 19 The Kimball Senior Choir will present its spring concert Sunday evening, May 19. It will be held in the Cafetorium at the high school. Many soloists will be featured in this concert. Mrs. Sands said, "The quality of these voices is so amaz- ing, if they asked to sing a solo, I have to give them the opportunity to'perform." "You may hear their C.D.'s some day". Selections are from "The Phan- tom of the Opera," "Les Miserable," Elene Loliashvili (left) and Mrs. Sands. At left, fellow choir members bid Elene farewell. (She must leave before the end of school in order to pass her senior exams in Georgia. Submitted photos. Two honored for years of driving kids to school At Awards Day at Kimball Area High School, Wednesday, May 1, two Kimball school bus drivers were honored for their many years of driving our children to and from school. Joanne Hendricks, on the left, has driven 40+ years. Dean Mozena, on the right was given appreciation for his 55 years of faithful driving. They are still going strong, and the community joins in saying thanks for all these years of KAHS students exhibit at Region 5A KAHS art students at Region 5A Visual Arts Festival at New London- Spicer are, in back, left to right, Josh Miller, Hannah Zipoy, Malina RSttgermann, Mr. Linn, instructor, and Alissa Jones. In front are Ashley Angier, and Kyleigh Eisenbraun. Submitted photo. Their last stop was graphic designer Kristin Allen's Greenwa- ter Garage and Gallery. Everyone enjoyed seeing her creatively ren- ovated studio and gallery. At the end of the day, a good time was had by all. "Fiddler on the Roof," and others. The State Superior award winning safety photo. and caring. Submitted SEND THEM OFF ON choir will perform "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream- coat," which they will be seeing at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater Wednesday, May 22. Much thanks to the "Boosters" for providing funds for the transportation. The choir is under the direction of Arlene Sands who will be in her 30th year as District Vocal Music Specialist at Kimball. The public is cordially invited to attend this free night of enter- $20 Off Ic Watches Bo ld & Co lo rfu I! DS tainment. TIME! >X< BKAQIEN 15% Off all Bulova Watches FdI. /892 (.Includes free engraving) Wednesday, May 1, New Lon- don Spicer hosted the 12th Annual Minnesota State High School League Region 5A Visual Arts Fes- tival. Kimball Area High School took a team of six students to par- ticipate: seniors Malina ROttger- mann, Kyleigh Eisenbraun, Alissa Jones, Hannah Zipoy, Ashley Ang- ier and sophomore Josh Miller. In Drawing, Kyleigh Eisenbraun and Hannah Zipoy each earned a State Superior rating. In Mixed Media, Hannah Zipoy and Alissa Jones earned State Excellents. The team sent 3 sculptures; Ashley Angier and Josh Miller's earning State Superiors and Mali- na's earning a State Excellent. In Painting, Alissa's piece earned a State Excellent. The team explored the artist community of New Lon- don, visiting three different local artists and their galleries. First, they viewed the paintings, sculp- tures, pottery, and jewelry at New London's Kaleidoscope Art Gal- lery, Next, they visited Bill Gos- sman, town mayor and accom- plished potter, and his studio. This was the only photo submitted; it's not high enough resolution to print well (or large) in the newspaper. running slow or not a all? MAIN STREET, ANNANDALE 320-274-5313 " Mo~-THtJa 9-5:30 I FRI 9-6 I SAT 8"30-3 I BY APeT