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Pa00e 2 The 2011 Resource Guide is coming soon! Get the best placement for your ad and contact us Deadline May 27! People can also view our Resource Guide online, so don't hesitate/ (320).398-5000 www.TriCountyNews.MN NEWS St. Cloud SA breaks ground for new chapel Pictured at the Salvation Army ground breaking event are, from left to right, Bill Kimball-Chairman Advisory Board, Dean Wick-Outsource Architecture, It. Col. Daniel Sjogren-Divisional Commander, Bill Becker-Cerps Council Member, (Hidden) Major Manuel Madrid-Corps Officer, Dean Lutgen-Kue Contractors, Inc. Submitted photo. The St. Cloud Salvation Army broke ground at noon Monday, May 16, for the con- struction of the new chapel that will increase its local outreach. The new chapel is antici- pated to open the end of August of this year. This new addition is completely funded by a St. Cloud donor who wanted everyone in the community- even the homeless to have a place to worship. "Spiritual outreach is the bedrock of The Salvation Army service," said Bill Kimball, advisory board chairman. "This chapel will not only be a welcome place of worship for anyone in the community, it is also designed to welcome those whom The Salvation Army serves at its shelter. Part of worship is creating a family atmosphere and so often those in crisis tend to isolate them- selves. This is truly a place of healing." The Northern Divisional Commanders, Lt. Colonels Daniel and Rebecca Sjogren will be present for the ceremony. Coffee and cookies will be served after the dedication. Since 1898, The Salvation Army has been providing social and spiritual services to the St. Cloud area and surrounding communities with a mission to give people purpose, hearts hope and souls redemption. In the last eight months, The Salvation Army staff has pro- vided emergency assistance to 3,781 families and individuals. The volunteer kitchen staff served 20,808 meals during this time. To vol- unteer with The Salvation Army or to make a credit card donation, call (320) 252-4552. Checks made out to The Salvation Army can be sent to 400 Hwy 10 South, St Cloud, MN 56304. Visit thesalarmycom, for more infor- mation or to make an online donation. Upcoming programs at Kimball Library The following programs are being offered at Great River Regional Library's Kimball location. Intro To Memoirs - Saturday, May 21 The Kimball Public Library is offering an Introduction to Memoirs Workshop for adults 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, May 21. If you think you have a personal story to tell, but you have not yet started to put your memories on paper, this introduction to memoir writing is for you. A teaching artist with the Guthrie Theater will teach you the basics of getting your thoughts and ideas from pen to paper. The attendance limit is 20 and pre-registration is required. Mosaics Workshop - Wednesday, May 25 Adults, teens and preteens ages 10 and older are invited to take part in a Mosaics Workshop at the Kimball Public Library 3:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 25. Art- ist Lisa Arnold will help students experi- ence the joy of beautiful mosaics materials while learning the craft. Students will be introduced to mosaic art, materials, tools, technique and design. They will learn var- ious cutting and shaping techniques, use numerous tools, and create their own work of art. The attendance limit is 20 and pre- registration is required. This program is funded in part with money from Minneso- ta's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. To register call Carla Asfeld at Kimball (320) 398-3915. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Morris0n, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. Kimball Library Open Hours Monday 3-6, Wednesday 10-1, 3-6, Thursday 10-1, 3-8, Saturday 9-12 for Your 400rad Party! SAVE 15% on photo purchases from our Photo Gallery" NEWS