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Thursday, May 19, 2011 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Students Youth Holy Cross First Communion Register: 320-293-0352 or Those who took First Communion May 1 at Holy Cross Church in Pearl Lake are, from left to right, Emily Haus, Natalie Kunkel, Ellie Ruhland, Dylan Voigt, Charlie Meyer, and Austin Donnay. Congratulations to these second graders who celebrated their First Holy Communion. Submitted photo. St. John's Prep, Albany High School place in Area Envirothon Page 13 NN HInHNHNIII 30 Hour Classroom $180 Classes begin Friday, May 20 l,a-th-wh tg Schedule by Monday, May 16 with HOME PICK-UP Year-round Licensed by the Dept. of Public Safety St. John's Prep students with their faculty advisor, after winning rst place in the MASWCD Area II Senior Envirothon competition, are from left to right Mary Ellenbecker-Johnson, Claire Culligan, Rebec- ca Hare, Claire Arnold, Hannah Friedrich, and Madeline Franz. Sub- m/tted photo. Teams from St. John's Prepa- ratory and Albany High School received first- and third-place trophies at the MASWCD Area II Senior Envirothon competition held at the Prairie Woods Environ-- mental Learning Center in Spicer Wednesday, April 27. The top three teams, St. John's Preparatory, Morris Area and Albany High School competed at the State Envirothon competition Monday, May 16, at Spirit Moun- tain in Duluth. The Envirothon offers both in- class curriculum and hands-on field experiences. There are five environmental learning stations covering wetland/aquatics, for- estry, soils, wildlife, and a current environmental issue that changes each year. The current environ- mental issue for 2011 is "Fresh & Salt Water Estuaries". Each team of students visit the five learning stations and answer 25 hands-on questions relating to the station's topic. Students also give a lO-min- ute oral presentation on the cur- rent environmental topic to a panel of judges. The Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation District spon- sored the teams from St. John's Prep and Albany High School. The Area II Envirothon is hosted annu- ally by the Soil and Water Conser- vation Districts (SWCDs) in Ben- ton, Big Stone, Chippewa, Doug- las, Kandiyohi, Meeker, Morrison, Pope, Stearns, Stevens, Swift, and Todd Counties. The Steams County Soil and Water Conservation District prohibits discrimination in its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs or marital or familial status. IOHN DAMMANN 2371 165th Street, Clearwater MN 55320  cell 320-267-4781  Wc RM - CASTINGS - VERMICOMPOSTINGS A SUBSIDIARY OF ROCK HILL ENTERPRISES A quality education in asafc & nuJauring environment you looking for a s&ool that combines'ol&f, shi00d" 00hes " '  's " } aadp00cipals today tedmdogies andteachiag00: LOOK NO FURTHER... St. Wenddin's Elementary School Because the aserage class sie is i5 chil, our snakas --eive the iadisldml arteadoa needed  learn and  in a-ademieg Hw i small  sizes not oaly lead to a s-uperior educata that a:sts in abov aerag e tes t,r (on ied ::sts),, ihi::y atso ca hance amaraer . e s'eatr,. A PRE-SCHOOL for children ages 4 and 5 is also available. Along with story and phy time, students will participate in math, reading, art and computer activities. Pre- school classes follow the school year calendar and are held Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm an (an -,ffter-school care program is also aslable). Our sch0d ts open to all faiths; stu&at church amadance ts optto For more mformatmn, o a rcggstraoa form, please call (320) 25i-91"75 or email sd(4