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IW Page 14 Government Saturday-Sunday, May 28-29, 9th annual Memorial Day co-ed Kickball Tournament, at Watkins Softball Park; see ad on page 3. Thursday-Saturday, June 2-4, Tri-County Human Society annual garage sale; see story on page 8. Saturday, June25,10a.m.-5p.m., Quilts & Wines at Millner Heritage Vineyard & Winery. Education Saturday, May 28, 2 p.m., ROCORI graduation. Monday, May 30, NO SCHOOL (Memorial Day). Thursday, June 2, Last day of school (Kimball Schools). Thursday, June 2, 7:30 p.m., KAHS graduation. Thursday, June 2, 8 p.m., EV-W graduation. Friday, June 3, Kimball teacher checkout day. Friday, June 3, 11:30 a.m.- 2 p.m., Kimball Schools retire- ment party for seven retiring teachers and staff, at KAHS Cafe- torium; lunch will be served. To be honored are: Paulette Hauge (32 years), Dode Klein (31 years), Mag- gie Lundorff (15 years), Jerry Mey- ers (42 years), Tom Hart (21 years), Gretchen Laakso (17 years), and Barb Hess (33 years). Watch for ad next week! Friday, June 3, 7 p.m., Annan- dale graduation. Saturday, July 30, EV-W 50-year- plus reunion. George 453-2656, Alice 764-6968, Tom 693-6411. Bull00tin Board N Calendar Thursday, May26,2011 , Tri-Countv News Kimball, MN Monday, June 6, 8 p.m., Fairhaven Township, F.H. Town Hall. (320) 251-3425. Tuesday, June 7, 7 p.m., Kimball City Council meeting at City Hall; (320) 398-2725. Tuesday, June 7, 7 p.m., Kings- ton Township, Kingston Commu- nity Center. (320) 398-8400. Wednesday, June 8, 7 p.m., Eden Valley City Council meeting; (320 453-5251. Community Sunday, May 29, 1 p.m., Belated Sweet-Sixteen/Survivor Party for Kate Stewart-James, at Fair Haven Park shelter; hog roast, pot-luck supper. Everyone is invited to cel- ebrate Kate being cancer-free! (See notice on page 4.) Monday, May 30, 9 a.m., Memo- rial Day service at historic Stanger Cemetery near Waite Park; see story on page 16. Monday, May 30, 10 a.m., Memorial Day service at Kimball Elementary School; see program on page 2. Monday, May 30, 10 a.m., Memo- rial Day service at Kingston Apos- tolic Cemetery; see story on page 2. Monday, May 30, 10:30 a.m., mini-parade and Memorial Day program at St. Cloud VA Medical Center, Building 96; see story on page 16. Wednesday, June 1, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Ping Pong Circus at Annan- dale Library; see story on page 9. You may view AND enter calendar items on-line at www.tricountynews.MN Coming events: Music reliable reporting local news & events coupon savings special sections NE "valuable advertising, classifieds conversation starters Your complete source for local news in your community. Renew by mail (P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353) or on-line at www.TriCountyNews.MN FREE 2-month trial (new sub's only) FREE active military subscription __ one-year Minnesota subscription, $36 one-year out-of-state subscription, $46 SENIOR* Minnesota subscription, $26 SENIOR* out-of-state subscription, $36 (* Seniors are 62 and o/der) (3-, 6- and 9-month subscriptions are available; ask us!) Name: Address: CityStateZip: __ Check enclosed OR Charge my: __ Visa __ MasterCard __ Discover Card #: - - exp. / (320) 398-5000 70 S Main St., Kimball, www.TriCountyNews.MN Thursday, June 2, 7 a.m., Brush pick-up in Watkins (lst and 3rd Thursdays). Saturday, June 4, 8 a.m.-noon, Stearns County Breakfast on the Farm, at Schefers Dairy Farm in St. Stephen; Kimball Lions will serve breakfast for $5 per person. Saturday, June 4, 1-3 p.m., Com- munity open house reception to celebrate the May 20 wedding of Bethany and Luke Nelson, at Wil- low Creek Park in Kimball; watch for details next week. Monday. June 6, 7-9 p.m., first of six sessions on "Living well with chronic conditions" at Bethlehem United Church of Christ in Maple Lake; (866) 904-9962; story on page 5. Tuesday, June 7, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., U of M "Pickle Bill" work- shop, at Extension office in St. Cloud; $40, register at (763) 434- 0400 or www.mfvga.org. Friday, June 10, 10:30 a.m., West Central Dairy Days cattle show, at kandiyohi Co. Fairgrounds; (320) 222-5269 or wade.gustafson@ ridgewater.edu. (See story on page 20.) Saturday, June 11, Open house day at all Minnesota state parks (no entry fee). Saturday, June 11, 9:30 a.m., Kimball Area Historical Society board meeting, at Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. U of M June Starwatch =ow in the south, 11 p.m. June 30 By Deane Morrison Treats are in store for us at both ends of the short summer nights this June. Evenings belong to Saturn, a beacon in the southwest. Not sure which object is the ringed planet? Look the evening of the June 10, when a waxing moon sits below and between the bright star Spica, in Virgo, to the east and Saturn to the west. Northeast of Saturn shines brilliant Arcturus in Bootes, the ploughman. Just east of Bootes hangs Corona Borealis, the North- ,\\; Teaspoon ern Crown, set off by its bright- est star, Alphecca (also called Gemma). Moving east once again, we see the upside-down form of Hercules with its signature hour- glass shape. Low in the south, the sinuous form of Scorpius scrapes the hori- zon as it reaches toward the rather mundane form of Libra. Note the scorpion's red heart, Antares, which boasts a diameter 700 times that of our sun and ranks among the largest stars known. If the sun were as big as Antares, it would extend Well beyond the orbit of Mars, almost to the half- way point between Mars and Jupi- ter. But Antares was not always so big; it expanded as it aged, and now belongs to a class of old stars called red supergiants. By about five billion years from now our sun will also begin to expand as it nears the end of its life, but it will become a red giant, not supergi- ant, and so won't balloon up to nearly the extent as Antares. Still, it will likely engulf the Earth, but SAGtTTARIUS /\\; Antaresf''-. t / / / (/" Teapot  / . ,/ SCORIUS ./" t UniversRy of Minnesota Starwatch June 2011 by that time our oceans, lakes and rivers will long since have boiled away. Directly east of Scorpius, the Teapot of Sagittarius is poised to pour its contents onto the scorpi- on's tail. And don't miss the tiny Teaspoon of stars sitting above the Teapot's handle. Morning treats start with the rising of Jupiter, about two hours before sunup on the 1st and earlier every day thereafter. Its brilliant yellowish globe climbs quickly and dominates the eastern pre- dawn sky. Mars follows Jupiter, but climbs slowly. Look for the Red Planet on the 28th, when the eastern sky will be stacked (from top to bottom) with the Pleiades star cluster, a waning crescent moon, Mars, and the combination of the V-shaped Hyades cluster and yellowish Aldebaran, the eye of Taurus. Every Algonquin tribe called June's full moon the full straw- Baseball Wed., May 25, 7:30 p.m., at Sartell Muskies. SAT., MAY 28, 4 P.M., V. COLD SPRING ROCKIES. Sun., May 29, 2 p.m., at Luxemburg. Wed., June 1, 7 p.m., at Sartell Stone Poneys. Visit kimballexpress.com, the official website of Kimball Express. SPOl00r Kimball Cubs ./x /" ,,, \\; \\; LIBRA r / x / / \\;J . Kimball Area Emergency ,r Food ShelfLFl. Inc. St. Anne's Church in Kimball 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs. tel. (320) 398-2211 rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! ....... 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000 EV-Watkins Eagles Baseball Mon., Tue., Thu., June 6, 7, 9, TBD, Section 5A Mon., Toe., Thu., June 6, 7, 9, TBD, Section 5A Sub-sections Sub-sections. Softball "rue., May 31, TBD, Section 5A sub-sections Tue., May 31, TBD, Section 5A sub-sections Thu., June 2. TBD, Section 5A sub-sections Thu., June 2. TBD, Section 5A sub-sections Boys' Kimball-EV-W Golf Wed, May 25, 12 noon, Invitational at Dassel-Cokato Girls' EV-W-Kimball Track Wed., lune 1, 10:30 am, Varsity Section 5A at St. ]ohn's Univ. Fri., lune 10, TBD, State Tournament at Hamline Univ. Boys' EV-W-Kimball Track Ttiu., May 26, 4 pm, at Holdingford Wed., lune 1, 10:30 am, Varsity Section 5A at St. lohn's Univ. Fri., June 10, TBD, State Tournament at Harnlhne Univ. SCHEDULES For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches. You can now order berry moon, and it shines the night oflune 15-16. Summer arrives officially with the solstice at 12:16 p.m. CDT June 21. At this moment the sun reaches a point directly over the Tropic of Cancer and the Northern Hemi- sphere experiences the longest day of the year. The Marshall W. Alworth Plan- etarium at the University of Min- nesota, Duluth sponsors free pub- lic shows. For more information, see www.d, umn. edu/planet. Contact: Deane Morrison, Uni- versity Relations, (612) 624-2346, morriO29@umn.edu. Find U of M astronomers and links to the world of astronomy at www.astro.urnn.edu.