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PAGE 13 i Fil y ...... News of our students St. Cloud State University Spring dean's list. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale. From Eden Valley: Mickael Lies, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education Kayla Schlangen, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing Samantha Straub, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education From Kimball: Delaine Zongo, Collegeof Liberal Arts, English From South Haven: Erin Kujawa, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work Paige Salmela, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work From Watkins: Kaitlin Dick, College of Science and Engineering, Biomedical Sciences Megan Onterberger, School of Health and Human Services, Communication Sciences and Disorders Michael Vossen, College of Science and Engineering, Meteorology Ridgewater College (Willmar campus) From Kimball, Laura Frank, daughter of David and Robyn Frank, graduated May 13 with an AAS in Massage Therapy. She also has Highest Honors, was a Phi Theta Kappa honor society mem- ber, and on the dean's list. June 2, 2016 Carlson Pillow Cleaning Service June 10 Carlson Pillow Cleaning depends on the oil in it for its life with any other customers' feath- Service is coming to Kimball from and softness. Washing or steam ers; you receive all of your feathers 7 a.m. to noon Friday, June 10, at cleaning removes oil from them, back, no feathers lost. the Kimball American Legion.shortening their usable life. Now, The machine works by turn- Sponsored by Kimball American if you get the pillow cleaned and bling brushes that rotate and fluff Legion Auxiliary. Proceeds go to covered in a new ticking (mate- the feathers. The tumbling action support projects and programs, rial) reasonably priced, doing so has two purposes, to remove the Pillows cleaned, deodorized,without removing any oil from chaffand dust to a filter in the bot- sanitized and fluffed while you the feathers, it is possible to have tom, and to subject all the feath- wait. Custom-made new pillows a pillow thatwould last you many, ers to germ killing ozone emit- and comforters for sale. many years, ting ultra-violet light produced by A good goose feather pillow,This is where Carlson Pillowa powerful germicidal bulb set in considered the Cadillac of pillow, Cleaning Service comes in. They the top of the machine. given proper care, should last any- have a machine that can do just After a period of five minutes, where between 60 and 100 years, that and do it very reasonably. The the feathers are automatically and still be in good usable con- machine is mounted in a mobile vacuumed from the drum into a dition. Here is why most of them service unit and the work is com- deodorizing chamber, processing don't last: pleted on-site while you wait, . through into the new feather and Every time a pillow is washed same-day service, down-proof ticking (material cov- or steam cleaned, those feathers This machine will clean, dis- ering of your choice). The result is have lost between 10 and 15 years infect, and deodorize the feath- a cleaner than new pillow, in five of their usefulness, ers without removing any of their minutes. This is because a feather oil. Your feathers will not be mixed By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The EV-W-K girls' and boys' teams both captured second place in their respective divisions at the Section 5A Sub-Section 20 track meet at Litchfield High School Tuesday, May 24. Competing teams: Annandale, Litchfield, EVWK, Paynesville, ACGC, St. John's Prep, New London- Spicer. Following are the results: Girls' 100-meter dash: 1st Place, Rycheil Gjovik, Litchfield, 12.86; EVWK: Holly Loch, 13.65 Boys' 100-meter dash: 1st Place, Jackson Ness, NLS, 11.54; EVWK: 2nd, Deshaun James, 11.59; 4th, Jevonte Victor, 11.87; 5th, Deshawn Haag, 1t.99 Girls' 200-meter dash: 1st Place, Rycheil Gjovik, Litchfield, 26.71; Place, ACGC, EVWK: 13th, Elle Geislinger, 29.51; 16th, Morgan Johnson, 30.10 Boys' 200-meter dash: 1st Place, Jackson Ness, NLS, 23.50; EVWK: 4th, Jevonte Victor, 24.25; 8th, Adam Nehring, 25.27; llth, Levi Sodergren, 26.42 Girls' 400-meter dash: 1st Place, Laney Huhner, Litchfield, 1:00.66; Girls' 300-meter hurdles: 1st Girls' Triple Jump: 1st Place, 12th, HopeSodergren, 73-09.50 high jump; Amaya Lyrek: 4x800, Place, Addison Bernstein, ACGC, Jacquelyn Hoeft, Paynesville, Boys' Discus Throw: 1st Place, 4x400, 400m;AbbeyStraley: 4x400, 49.10; EVWK: 2nd, Abbey Straley, 33-09.00; EVWK: 8th, Amaya Brennan Lewis, ACGC, 143-07.00; 100H,300H;AnnaDonnay: 1600m, 50.36; 5th, Kennedy Kleist, 51.61; Lyrek, 31-02.50; llth, Madeleine EVWK: 7th, Hunter Davis, 113- 3200m; Courtney Geislinger: 6th, Allie Dockendorf, 51.63Geislinger, 29-11.25; 16th, MaKenna 02.00; 8th, Levi Sodergren, 111- 4x800; MaKenna Ludwig: 4x800; Boys' 300-meter hurdles: 1stLudwig, 26-02.75 Boys' Triple Jump: 00.00;llth, Tyler Konz, 97-04.50 Olivia Kuechle: 4x800, 4x400; Place, Jamie Kasper, Annandale, 1st Place, Dunkin Westrich, EVWK, Girls' Pole Vault: 1st Place, Kennedy Kleist: 4x400; Boys: 41.75; EVWK: 2rid, Greg Lux, 42.40; 41-01.00; 2nd, Greg Lux, 39-01.75; Madison Whitcomb, ACGC, Samuel Ehlinger: IIOH, 300H, tri- 4th, Samuel Ehlinger, 44.30; 12th, 3rd, Samuel Ehlinger, 38-09.50 9-10.00; EVWK: 3rd, Denzel pie jump; Dunkin Westrich: long Nathan Utecht, 49.95 Girls' Shot Put: 1st Place, Ariel Atherton, 7-10.00; 8th, Tied Jodi jump, triple jump; Jevonte Victor: Girls' 4xl00-meter relay: 1st Laabs, EVWK, 37-07.50; 9th, Julia Phillip, Danica Westrich, 6-04.00 100m, 200m; Hayden Gagnon: Place, Litchfield, 51.50; EVWK: Stotz, 28-07.00; 15th, Becky Holtz, Boys' Pole Vault: 1st Place, Josh high jump; Greg Lux: il0H, 300H, 4th, Maja Hard, Chloe Hamacher, 23-09.00 Lynch, NLS, 12-08.00; EVWK: 5th, long jump, triple jump; Deshaun Justine Miller, Holly Loch, 53.97 Boys' Shot Put: 1st Place, Steven John Zipoy, 10-02.00 James: 100m, long jump; Matt Boys' 4xl00-meter relay: 1stOrzolek, Litchfield, 45-00.25; In the 18-event contests, the Notch:400m. Place, NLS, 44.65; EVWK: 3rd, EVWK: 5th, Levi Sodergren, EV-W-K women took 2nd place Sections are Wednesday, June DunkinWestrich, TommyLochen,41-04.50; 8th, Austin Hentges, with 137 points, and the EV-W-K 1, at St. John's University; that will Deshawn Haag, Deshaun James,40-00.00; llth, Tyler Konz, 37-06.50 men finished 2nd with 156 points, determine who is eligible to go on 46.28 Girls' Discus Throw: 1st Place, EV-W-K athletes moving on: Girls: to State competition. State is June Girls' 4x200-meter relay: 1st Bailey Bertsch, Annandale, 113- Ariel Laabs: shot and disc; Denzel 10-11 at Hamline University. It will 1:50.27; EVWK: 01.50; EVWK: 2nd, Ariel Laabs, 107- Atherton: pole vault; Hannahbe exciting to see who will repre- 3rd, Elle Geislinger, Holly Loch, 02.50; llth, Julia Stotz, 75-03.50; Ehlinger: high jump; Maddi Fox: sent EV-W-K at State this yearI Hannah Ehlinger, Maja Hard, 1:54.76 Boys' 4x200-meter relay: 1st Place, NLS, 1:33.59; EVWK: 4th, Dunkin Westrich, Adam Nehring, Riley Miller, Tommy Lochen, 1:38.15 Girls' 4x400-meter relay: 1st EVWK: 3rd, Amaya Lyrek, 1:03.01; Place, Litchfield, 4:11.52; EVWK: 12th, Kiera Elmore, 1:09.59 3rd, Kennedy Kleist, Abbey Straley, Boys' 400-meter dash: lst Place, Olivia Kuechle, Amaya Lyrek, Nolan Dietel, Litchfield, 51.65; 4:21.57 EVWK: 3rd, Matthew Notch, 52.73; Boys' 4x400-meter relay: 1st 6th, Riley Miller, 56.92; 7th, Diego Place, NLS, 3:30.87; EVWK: 4th, Sbrolla, 57.12 Tommy Lochen, Hayden Gagnon, Girls' 800-meter run: 1st Place, Riley Miller, Matthew Notch, Carley Cronen, NLS, 2:27.97; 3:41.83 EVWK: 5th, Courtney Geislinger, Girls' 4x800-meter relay: 1st 2:34.05; 6th, MaKenna Ludwig,Place, Annandale, 9:51.45; EVWK: 2:40.13; 9th, Ciera Cronen, 2:44.47 2nd, Amaya Lyrek, Courtney Boys' 800-meter run: 1st Place, Geislinger, MaKenna Ludwig, Frank Gustafson, NLS, 2:00.92; OliviaKuechle, 10:15.15 EVWK: 6th, Hayden Gagnon, Boys' 4x800-meter relay: 1st 2:14.67; 7th, Mickale Stotz, 2:17.55 Place, Annandale, 8:29.15; EVWK: Girls 1600-meter run: 1st Place, 3rd, Mickale Stotz, Hayden Anna Donnay, EVWK, 5:20.38; Gagnon, Diego Sbrolla, Matthew 5th, Olivia Kuechle, 5:45.69; 7th, Notch, 9:00.89 Zailyn Kuechle, 5:58.92 Girls' High Jump: 1st Place, Boys' 1600-meter run: 1st Place, Hannah Ehlinger, EVWK, 5-04.00; ?ayton Lund, Annandale, 4:58.31; 4th, Maddi Fox, 4-09.00; 11th, Elle EVWK: 9th, Adam Theis, 5:28.99; Geislinger, 4-01.00 i2th, Greg Gathje, 5:48.48 Boys' High Jump: 1st Place, Girls' 3200-meter run: 1st Place, Gabriel Eisenbacher, ACGC, ~,nna Donnay, EVWK, 11:20.90; 6-02.00;EVWK: 3rd, Hayden 5th, Zya Lueders, 13:14.88; 9th, Gagnon, 5-10.00; 6th, Matthew VIorgan Steffens, 15:36.41 Notch, 5-04.00 Boys' 3200-meter run: lst Place, Girls' Long Jump: 1st Place, ~Zach Boos, Annandale, 10:27.12; Jacquelyn Hoeft, Paynesville, EVWK: 9th, Zach Swenson, 16-04.00; EVWK: 8th, Olivia 12:18.26 Kuechle, 15-03.00; 11th, Holly Girls' 100-meter hurdles: 1st Loch, 14-07.00; 14th, Madeleine ?lace, Abbey Straley, EVWK, 16.78; Geislinger, 12-07.50 3th, Kennedy Kleist, 21.05 Boys' Long lump: 1st Place, Boys' ll0-meter hurdles: 1st Greg Lux, EVWK, 19-10.00; 3rd, Place, Greg Lux, EVWK, 16.01; 2nd, Dunkin Westrich, 18-10.75; 4th, ~amuel Ehlinger, 16.39 Deshaun James, 18-06.00 Community awareness to local businesses and organizations, and the importance of doing business near home; in other words: "Shop Local." You'll be surprised to learn about our local businesses and how much they contribute to our communities! II Owners: AAH, LLC (comprised of Randy & Michelle Hanson, Barry & Julann Albright, and Ross & Michele Amundson). Founded: We built the Eden Valley Motel using all local contractors and suppliers: Schlangen Cabinets built all the cabinetry and bed frames. We began operations in December 2012. Employees: One full-time employee, Donna garvey, who is the manager. We also have two part-time employees. What do we do? We provide clean, comfortable motel rooms at a competitive rate with a 2417 self check-in capability. What sets us apart? Technology of a 2417 self check-in system but also the ability to talk to a real person if you choose. We offer several amenities including free WiFi, satellite TV, microwave, and coffeemaker for our gests' convenience. Who are our customers? We have as our guests travelers and visitors to the area, sales persons, trades people, small bridal parties, and family returning to the area, or overflow for when there aren't enough beds for the number of heads coming home for weddings, family reunions or funerals. Community involvement: We appreciate and support community and the Eden Valley-Watkins school system. All the partners and manager support the local commu- nity in various ways including involvement in the Eden Valley Chamber of Commerce, Eden Valley Lions, Citizens for Progress, Valley Daze, Midsummer Blast, and other organizations. Contact info.: Webb, Email info@ edenualleymoteLcorn, Tel. (320) 453-6835. Manager Donna Garvey under the sign along Hwy. 55. The motel is conveniently located on the highway, just east of Hwy. 22 and the center of town.