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IIII1,1 iiiLiiiilllllllllllllitlll! illiA lllllllilllilllllllllmllll IIIIIIlll . Pa00e 12 Students Youth Thursday, May 19, 2011 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN ---  " ............ N Spring piano recital May 15 ley, Seahara Mancini, Ben Zipoy, Kaylyn Mancini, Brooklyn Smith, Maicy Vossen, Ahnika Lexvold, Grace Kunkel, Sawyer Mies, Ted Zipoy, Allie Packard, Thane Brum- mond, Hannah Zipoy and Sydney Ashbrook. Following the performances, the following awards were distrib- uted by Barb Root. Lake Area Music Teachers Forum Students were recognized for earning LAMTF ribbon awards in the areas of memorization, music reading, public performance, accompanying, and for making significant musical progress. National Federation of Music Clubs Junior Festival: Elenore Kunkel, Ahnika Lex- vold, Thoren Lexvold, Sawyer Mies, Allie Packard, Abby Pauly, Kyrie Rossman, Madison Row- land, Brooklyn Smith, Sierra Stan- ley, Maicy Vossen, Ben Zipoy, Ted Zipoy NFMC Gold Cups: Elenore Kunkel and Allie Pack- ard Minnesota Music Teachers Association Preliminary Contest Participants: Patricia Aho, Thane Brum- mond, Grace Kunkel, Ahnika Lex- void, Allie Packard and Hannah Zipoy MMTA State Contest Finalists: Thane Brummond and Allie Packard MMTA Theory 2 Exam: Thane Brummond and Han- nah Zipoy Following the program, refreshments were served in the cafetorium. These musicians take lessons at the Root home studio and through Kimball Community Education. Arnold named as St. John's Prep NHS officer Got Music? Well, every corner of the Kimball Area High School choir room was filled with music Sunday afternoon, May 15, as 28 pianists shared their talents with a capacity-sized audience. Music ranged in style from the baroque to contemporary. Delightful duets with grandmothers and a dad as partners were a special treat. Also, two high school pianists con- cluded the program with a spar- kling duet. Musicians performing were: Alison Olson, Taylor Maurer, Bai- ley Joseph, Zya Lueders, Katie Decknatel, Kyrie Rossman, lames Mancini, Madilyn Truenow, Thoren Lexvold, Maria Beck, Mad- ison Rowland, Patricia Aho, Abby Pauly, Elenore Kunkel, Sierra Stan- WEB TIP#7: O SEARCHABLE Search the whole site from here. ALWAYS AVAILABLE View by day or week. Includes contact information FORM Enter calendar items yourself, quickly and easily! Select categories, enter contact info., submit. (Entries will be active within hours.) i S ttt.B  Kimb_ i Heritage House of Kimball, Meeker Memorial Hospital, Klm]i B Propane, AgVenture Feed Kimb Garage, New officers with their advisor for National Honor Society at St. John's Prep, are from left to right: Martina Talic (faculty advisor), Christian ': Gaetz, Claire Arnold, and Hannah Friedrich. Submitted photo. St. John's Prep is pleased to announce the 201! National Honor Society officers, Virgil Michel Chapter. Officers are Claire Arnold, pres- ident, daughter of John and Mar- garet Arnold of Kimball; Chris- tian Gaetz, vice president, son of Rick and Rose Gaetz of St. Joseph; and Hannah Friedrich, secretary, daughter of William and Michelle Friedrich of St. Joseph. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier orga- nization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leader- ship, service, and character. These characteristics have been asso- ciated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921. Today, it is estimated that more than one million students annually participate in activi- ties of NHS and its middle-level counterpart, the National Junior Honor Society (NIHS). NHS chap- ters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories, and Canada. Chapter membership not only rec- ognizes students for their accom- plishments, but also challenges them to develop through involve- ment in school activities and com- munity service. Both NHS and NJHS were founded by and are programs of the National Associ- ation of Secondary School Princi- pals (NASSP). Now Available at Tri-Coun00 News!