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Thursday, May 21, 2009 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Pa e3 Kimball Chamber hosts business social night The Kimball Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a "Business Social Night" Thurs- day, May 2Y, at the Triple R Grill and Bar in Kimball. The event begins at 5 p.m.. with compli- mentary appetizers. This is a come and go event, so come at your convenience. Please plan to attend to help you know more about your chamber and the community. Chamber members and orga- nization leaders are welcome. Busse Kuechle - Libbesmeier GRRL adds free .......... iPod downloads Jackie and Aaron Busse of Glen- coe are pleased to announce the of audiobooks birth of their son Owen Loren Tammy Kuechle of Watkins iPod users who enjoy listening born April 27, 2009. He weighed and Tom Libbesmeier of Kimball fo audiobooks can now download 8 pounds 8 ounces and is 20 inches announce their engagement and bestselling books free of charge long. upcoming wedding. through the Great River Regional Grandparents are Greg and Tammy is a 2003 graduate of Library (GRRL) Web site, , and Julie Busse of Arlington, and 2008, with a degree in community More than 1,000 audiobooks Tammy Peterson of Biwabik. health. She is employed with Kue- are available in the MP3 file for- Great-grandparents are Marge chle Underground. Her parents mat through the library's NetLi- Duncan of Kimball, Orville and are Jerome and Trudy Kuechle of brary service. Audiobooks avail- Dorothy Busse of Arlington, Tom Watkins. able include contemporary best- and Sandra Giesen of Excelsior, Tom is a 2003 graduate of sellers, timeless classics and col- and Sid and Joanne Samuelson KAHS, and holds a degree in con- lege-level courses from Recorded of Glencoe. Great-great-grand- struction management from Min- Books' Modern Scholar series, mother is Ruth/sensee of Annan- nesota State University, Mankato. Downloaded files check out for dale. He is the son of Dan and Mona three weeks and can be renewed. Libbesmeier, and he is employed To use the service, visit , link to Databases, and "It's a fabulous service," said A June 6, 2009, wedding is enter NetLibrary. Joan Allen, GRRL Information Ser- planned at Powder Ridge Winter Until now. the library's audio- vices Coordinator. "It's so easy. Recreation Area. book collection has been available Just download the Media Center only to users of devices that oper- and then you can download the bCnWlcntenDerg ated with Windows Media Player. books you want, ahy ,time day or dri k The service is now open to Mac night, seven days a week." m Hen c x users and their iPods and iPhones Since GRRL began offering as well as devices from other man- downloadable audiobooks in ufacturers. 2005, it has been hoping for a yen- Library cardholders get access dor to develop formats acceptable to downloadable services by regis- to both Windows Media Player and tering for a NetLibrary account at iPod systems so the service could any GRRL branch library or from be expanded to more patrons. their home computer. Prior to the "We're delighted that our contract first audiobook download, corn- with NetLibrary now includes the puters may require a simple soft- iPod," Allen said. "They have a ware download of the NetLibrary great product which is very popu- Media Center. After that, audio- lar with our patrons. Nowthat iPod books canbedownloadedthrough users can join in, we'll probably the Media Center with one click, see further increases in usage." Program for Memorial Day, 2009 Monday, May 25. 10 a.m. at the Kimball Elementary School Presentation of Colors .......................... American Legion, Frederick A. Metcalf Post 261 Introduction ........................... Am. Legion, Rosann Petty Am. Legion Aux .............................. Carol Santone-Royal Invocation ............................... Pastor Heather Klassen Pledge of Allegiance .................................... Assembly 'The Empty Chair'. .................................... 3mxiliary Address ..................... :. Girls' State Citizen, Kayla Bollman "God Bless America". ....................... Please join in singing Flag Folding Ceremony ........ . ........................ ~uxiliary Address ........................... Boys' State Citizen, Brian Wills "America". ................................. Please join in singing Benediction .............................. Pastor Heather Klassen Taps .................................. Michael Rose, KAHS band The Public is invited to follow the Legion and Auxiliary to the school lawn for the gravesite service. All members of the American Legion, Auxiliary, SAL, and Junior Auxiliary that would like to march up to the school should meet at the .Legion Club at 9:30 a.m. Monday (May 25). There will be a potluck lunch at the Kimball Legion Club Monday, May 25, following the Memorial Day program. Everyone is welcome to bring a dish to share. Services are being held in neighboring communities as well: 10 a.m. at Kingston Apostolic Lutheran Church Cemetery, by the Johnson Kelly American Legion Post o~ Kingston 9:30 a.m. at Veterans' Park with Program at St. Anthony Cemetery in Watkins, by the Watkins American Legion Post and Wat-Kim-Valley V.F.W. Keith and loann Schwichten- berg of Frazee, announce the engagement of their daughter Renee, to Nic Hendrickx, son of Bob and Denise Hendrickx, of Fer- gus Falls. Renee is a Kimball Area High School graduate working as a reg- istered nurse in Fergus Falls. Nic is a Fergus Falls High School graduate working as a die- s~l mechanic at Zieglar. A June 5, 2009, wedding is planned at Munsinger Gardens in St. Cloud. 11am-.3 Friday, May 29 3-8 p.m., Josh Almgren, son of Chad and Cindy Almgren. at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. 5 p.m. - 7. Alex Bateman. grand- son of Keith and Mary Estes, at his home (150 Me'eker Ave. N., Wat- kins). Saturday, May 30 Noon-5 p.m., Justin Kuechle, son of Ken and Dawn Kuechle, at their home (35823 697th Ave., Kimball). 1-4 .p.m., Julie Vinar, daughter of Dwight and Diana Vinar, at Wil- low Creek Park Lions Shelter in Kim- ball. 1-5 p.m., Kyle Messer, son of Pat and Bev Messer, at Fairhaven Lions Park. " 1-6 p.m., Ryan Stein, son of Rick and Leann Stein, at their home [7786 145th St., Kimball). 2 p.m. - ?, KendraAlbers, daugh- ter of Randy and Kathy Albers, at their home (7352 Lakeside Farm Road, South Haven). 3 p.m. - ?, Iustine Htlsgen, daugh- ter of lulie and Jeff Hilsgen, at their home (11239 120th St., Kimball); lustine will graduate from Eden Val- ley-Watkins High School. 4-8 p.m., Andy Dingmann, son of AI and Maureen Dingmann, at their home (12403 Co. Rd. 150, Kimball). Sunday, May 31 1 p.m. - ?, Luke Schiefelbein, son of Tim and Robin Schiefelbein, at the Schiefelbein "cottage." 2-5 p.m., Travis Erickson, son of Denise and Darren Erickson, at their home. 2-6 p.m., Nlcollette Eisenreich, daughter of Robert and Linda Eisen- reich, at her home (15881 100th Ave., Kimbalb. 4 p.m. - ?, Michael Munz, son of Stephanie and Andy Kenning, at his home (24901 Co. Rd. 136). Saturday, June 6 Noon - 7, KTlynn Smallwood, daughter of Mike and Rita Reikofski, at Watkins Sportsmans Park (Co. Rd. 2, across from Clear Lake). 2-5 p.m., Stephan Kurkosky, son of Jenny Beehler and John Kurkosky, at Fairhaven Park. 2-6 p.m., Eric Hendricks, son of Lonnie and Bev Hendricks, at Wil- low Creek Park in Kimball. 2 p.m. - ?, Taylor Petty, son of Hilsgen Join us at an open house to cel- ebrate the graduation of Justine E. Hilsgen from 3 p.m. to ? Saturday, May30, atherhome at 11239 120th St. in Kimball. . Sunday, June 14 1-3 or 2-4 p.m., Sam Donabauer, daughter of Kelly and Donald Dona- bauer, at Generations Ballroom in Kimball. 4-7 p.m., Burke Tagney, son oi Brian and Julie Tagney, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. Thursday, June 18 1-5 p.m., Kayla Bollman, daugh- ter or Richard Bollman, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. Friday, June 19 Zachary Hedlund, son of Thad and Karen Hedlund, at Willow Creek Park inKimball. Saturday, June 20 Tyler Delp, son of Todd and Ren- ira Rohloff, and Brett Delp, at his home (51 Elm St., Kimball). 1 p.m., Ashley Kalkbrenner, daughter of Keith and Lori Kalk- brenner, at 6415 Hidden Ln., South Haven. 1-4-p.m., Thomas Linn, son ot Gary and Teresa Linn, at their home (13038 175th St., Watkins). 2-5 p.m., Amanda Carlson, daughter of Sue Berscheid and the late Brian Carlson, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. 4-8 p.m., Cody Nelson, son ot Dean and Carol Petty, at their home Mike and Kris Nelson, at their home (14804 Drumlin Rd., Kimball). (8788 Quinton Ave. NW, South 3-7 p.m., Teresa Kuechle, daugh- Haven). ter of Willy and Marge Kuechle, at Sunday, June 21 their home (14958 143rd Ave., War- 2-6 p.m., Robert Arens, son ot kins). Keith and Cindy Arens, at their 3 p.m. - 7, lared Capes, son of home (32098 CSAH 19, Kimball). Steve and Debi Capes, at their farm Saturday, June 27 (5843 Calumet Rd., South Haven). 1-6 p.m., Amy Massmann, Sunday, June 7 daughter of Fran and Kathy Mass- 1-5 p.m., Sarah PowelL daughter mann, at her home (6563 205th St., of Jerry and Karen Powell, at Willow Kimball). Creek Park in Kimball. 2 p.m. - 7, Becky Vossen, daugh- 1-5 p.m., Brian Wills, son of Tim ter of Michelle Nis.tler and Bob and Doreen Wills, at Willow Creek Vossen, at the home of Michelle and Park in Kimball. Pete Nistler. Saturday, June 13 4 p.m. - 7, ERie Wendt, daughter Noon-4 p.m., Andy Mackereth, of Steve and Mandy Wendt, at their son of Wayne Mackereth and Kathy home. Mackereth, at Willow Creek Park Sunday, June 28 (Lions' Shelter) in Kimball. 1-4 p.m., Steven Sheldon, son ot 2 p.m., Tyler Gregory, son of Sue Larry and the late Becci Sheldon, at and Bernie Gregory, at their home Willow Creek Park in Kimball. (19383 East Shore Dr., Pearl Lake). Saturday. July 11 2-6 p.m., Paise Peglow, daugh- 2-6 p.m., KaitlinBrugger, daugh- ter of Tim and Leslie Peglow, at their ter of Err and Doreen Brugger, at home. their home (69500 365th St., Kim- 2-7 p.m.,NateHarter, son of Scott ball). and Lisa Harter, at Kimball Ameri- 2 p.m. - ?, Emily Sffaley, daugh- can Legion Club. ter of Dawn and Lawerance Straley, 2-7 p.m., Tiffany Mehrhoff, at the Holiday Inn in St. Cloud. daughter of Mark Orbeck, at Kim- Saturday, July 18 ballAmerican Legion Club. 3 p.m. - 7, Cassandra Loeb, 4-8 p.m., Katie Mackereth, daughter of John and Lois Loch, at daughter of Kim and Kal Mackereth, 17682 121st Ave., Kimball. at 32375 735th Ave., South Haven. / Call us at the Tri-County News i office (398-5000) to add your graduate to this list!