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Thursday, May 27, 2010 Community Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN artmann receives Iimball schools Menu degree Clemens L. Artmann of Wat- kins graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Heidel- berg University in Tiffin, Ohio. Commencement was May 8. Thurber graduates Alexandria Tech President Kevin Kopischke of Alexandria Technical College is pleased to announce the follow- ing student received a diploma at the College's graduation ceremony held Friday, May 14. Caiflin Thurber of Kimball, received an Associate in Applied Science degree in Interior Design. Thurber graduated with honors. Ubbesmeier graduates CSB Mandy Libbesmeier, daughter of Dennis and Deborah Hbbesmeier of Watkins, participated in the com- mencement ceremony at the Col- lege of St. Benedict Saturday, May 8. It took place in the Haehn Cam- pus Center/Clemens Field House on the CSB campus, St. Joseph. Lib- besmeier is a candidate to receive a bachelor of science degree in nurs- ing with the honor magna cum laude. Magna.cum laude indicates a grade point average of 325-3.89. Elizabeth Alexander, poet, pro- fessor and chair of the Department of African American Studies at Yale University, delivered the keynote address. Ashley Ver Burg, an envi- ronmental studies major from River Falls, Wis., was the student com- mencement speaker, as selected by this year's CSB senior class. The 2010 CSB graduating class included 494 women, which is the second largest class in school his- tory. ' ayas31-June 3. Monday-Memorial Day Tuesday:.Sausage & cheese on an English muffin, fruit choice, milk. Wednesday: Sausage gravy over biscuit, juice choice, milk. Thursday: Toasted cheese bread, sausage patty, juice choice, milk. Friday-No School Lunch Kimball senior Dtninl May 31-June 4 Monday-Have a Safe Memorial Day, Site Closed. Tuesday-EuChre: Apple cinna- mon French toast bake, sausage links, orange juice, tri-tator patty, fruit cup. Wednesday-Pie of the month: Pork roast, red-skinned potatoes w/gravy, steamed cabbage, wheat bread, banana cream pie. Thursday: Hearty stew, French bread, seven-layer salad, cereal bar. Friday: Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, carrot-raisin salad, wheat bread, lemon chiffon. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and voluntee/,s is $3.50, Valley Victors 4-H Club The members of the Valley Vic- tors each planted a sunflower at their meeting. The meeting was called to order Monday, May 10, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The roll call question was "What is your favorite flower?" There were many different responses. Scott Bourland did a demon- stration on baking soda and vine- gar reaction. He did a great job and had them all laughing. They discussed Valley Daze and had volunteers to take charge of the pet show and kiddie parade. The officers will plan the club tour in July, and the club projects wilI be worked on at the June meeting. The theme for the club projects is base- ball. Home-safety kits were assem- bled and will be donated to theWest Central Habitat for Humanity. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 14, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Valley Victors Reporter, James Gathje Monday-Memorial Day Tuesday: Turkey gravy over mashed potatoes or cook's choice, green beans, sliced wheat bread, applesauce, milk. Wednesday: Chicken nuggets or cook's choice, mac & cheese, carrot coins, sliced wheat bread, peach slices, milk. Thursday-Elementary Cook- out: Corn dog or cook's choice, assorted vegetables, chips, fruit choice, milk. Friday-Have a great summer! or what you can afford. "Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER. When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft aL (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are avail- able at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Par- tially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council of Aging as part of the Older Amer- icans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Girl Scouts plant flowers in park The local Girls Scout Troops 974 and 169 got together and planted the planters in front of the memorial at Willow Creek park Thursday, May 19. The Flowers were all donated by Col- leen Carlson, owner of Butterfly Gar- dens in Montrose and Maple Grove. Submitted by Jessica Davis In this photo are Caitlyn Carlson, Chance Korpela, Gracelyn Powell, Zia Lueders, and Chelsea Carlson. 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