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Thursday, May21, 2009 Tri-County News* Kimball, MN Page 5 Dollars for Scholars chapter imball Senior Dinin Kimball schools Menu meets June 3 May 4 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. May 25--28 Tuesday: Turkey gravy over mashed potatoes or cook's choice, The Kimball Area Dollars for Monday-Closed Memorial Day Suggested contribution for per- Breakfast ' carrots, sliced wheat bread, pear Scholars Chapter will meet at Tuesday-Euchre: Roast turkey, sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.25, Monday: Memorial Day, no slices, milk. 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, at the whipped potatoes w/gravy, baked or what you can afford. Guests school. Wednesday: Beef Stroganoff, Kimball Church of Christ meet- squash, wheat bread, pudding w/ under 60 pay $6.50. Tuesday: Scrambled eggs & buttered noodles, or cook's choice, ing room. This is the final meeting topping. REMINDER: When there is a cheese, slice of toast, juice choice, green beans, sliced wheat bread, until September. Wednesday: Lemon pepper choice of entree on the menu, you milk. Allinterestedpartiesareinvited fish, scalloped potatoes, beets, will receive the first one listed Wednesday:Cerealchoice, slice applesauce, milk. Thursday: Elementary Cook to attend, Meetings are held once wheat bread, apple sauce. UNLESS you notify us. The cof- of toast, juice choice, milk. Out, grilled cheese or cook's a month, September - June. If Thursday: BBQ pork on a bun, Thursday: Toasted cheese choice, tomato soup, sliced wheat you have any questions, contact seasoned potato wedges, cucum- Wednesday.fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every bread, sausage patty, juice choice, bread, peach slices, milk. Paula Capes, president, (320) 398- ber salad, molasses cookie. For reservations, call Rosa-milk. 3337, or Alice Robinson, treasurer, Friday-Bingo: Swedish meat- lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between Lunch 398-5902. , balls, whipped potatoes w/gravy, 10:30aJn.andlp.m.thedaybefore Monday: Memorial Day, no Friday, May29:SCHOOL'S country blend w/carrots, wheat you plan on attending. Gift dining school. OUT FOR SUMMER! Seminar over ews bread, wh!pped gelatin w/top- booklets are available at the Senior social networking ping. Dining Site and the State Bank of ~ll~i[-~ltlll~l~:(~imB~lJl~.1~i!~ NOW ~mel~I. for career success Kimball NeW illanle! Served every Wednesday, 5-7:30! Sam Ibest Chioken! r Learn to take advantage of on- This program is funded in part under a contract with the On/y $750 Children 10 & under $3 includes " ,~k,~'~ m -=--,a line social networking to help find Central MN Council on Aging as part of the atax N r,alr,=,. that perfect position'at a skills sem- ~ ~..#,~141.C Lf~'~J'~'J Oalli'oom inar hosted by the St. Cloud Area Older Americans Act Program. t v a. *~ Chamber. This seminar is perfect for ~ those seeking employment or those Kimball flower pot program Ba I I r .o o who would like to learn about cut- ~ i ting-edge job search tools. Speaker The city of Kimball will again be doing the "Adopt a Flower m i Beth-Alison Berggren used a pro- Pot' program. The Chamber of Commerce will award first-, sec- HWY 55, KIMBALL 820-398-3965 cess of online power networking to ond- and third-place awards Friday, Aug, 7, at the Little Miss Kim- Avalla~lo for prhmte part~ banquM~ grndgallen pa~ weddtngm m-'''qIR get elected to a nonprofit board, to ball" coronation. If you are "interested in adopting a pot, or for find consultant opportunities, and more information, please call Chris at City Hall (320) 398-2725, recently accepted a position with 8 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday. Crest Healthcare. ! The program is from 8-10 a.m. Tuesday, June 2, at the Chamber, ll06thAve. S. Free and open to the Seminar on ways businesses can public, registrations are required access federal funds ! and seating is limited. Register by e-mail to or by calling ulusbillandhowitprovidesaccess fast is included. Register online 251-2940, Ext. 126, by May 29. to federal funds for businesses at at , by e-mail to , or by of diverse businesses, increases and Falcon National Bank. Pan- calling (320) 251-2940, ext. 126, by business contact~, enhances pro- elists are Edward Daum, district May22. fessional development, and pro- director, SBA; Ann Makres, senior The St. Cloud Area Chamber vides leadership and information stakeholder liaison, IRS; and Paul of Commerce, a regional orga- on local and state business issues. Hoe, federal stimulus coordina- nization of diverse businesses, tor, DEED. increasesbusiness contacts, Job skills classes nel3istration begins at 7 a.rn', enhances professional develop- Thursday, May 28, at the Holiday ment, andprovides leadership (320) 398-5000 www.tricountynews.MN available at Inn Hotel and Suites; the program and information onlocal and state ] Kimball Ubrary beginsat7:3Oa.m. The cost is $10 business issues. I for members and $15 for the gen- A series of six training classes for teens and adults interested in developing their job-search skills is I being offered 5:30- 6:30 p.m. Thurs- days, at the Kimball Public Library, beginning June 4. The sessions will be presented by Sandy Miller, Outreach Services Career Planner with the Stearns- Benton Employment and Training Council as part of the Workforce "U" program. Each session has a different focus: June 4 - Introduction to Career Outreach Services June 11 - Interest and Assess- ment Tools June 18 - R6sum6Writing June 25 - R6sum6s July 2 ~ Job Search July 9 - Interviews People who complete all six classes will learn how to find out what kinds of careers they may be suited for, methods to use to locate suitable jobs, how to present themselves through a well-written r4sum6, and how to prepare for and complete an interview. To sign up for the classes, please contact the library at (320) 398- 3915. Attendance is limited to 30. Workforce "U" is presented by Stearns-Benton Employment and Training Council, a partner in the Minnesota Workforce Center - St. Cloud. For more information, please contact the Minnesota Work- force Center - St. Cloud, at 320-308-5717. Listen to KDUZ AM 126 to SAVE A few of our featured items are: aGrandpa liters Meats, Howard Lake: purchase a $25 certificate for only $16! L & P Supply, Hutchinson: John Deere CS62 - 18-inch Chain Saw for only $300. Retails $500 or morel A mazah Farmyard, Eden Valley A pass for four is priced at $24 ($6 each). Valued at $8.95 each. Listen every Tuesday and Thursday for featured items. For a complete listing of Wheeler Dealer savings, check or 320-587-; 140 or 1-800-9554 113 U~COm AreaOh~mbeFoFCommorco Tempt your tastebuds and enjoy .f_r e_aanm from as the local iAnnandale Chamber vie foi: x ouf votc