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Thursday, June 4, 2009 Tri-County News Kimball, MN ......... THI[ A~ KAHS class of Military news Amanda Zaleski is taking her Student news 1989 reunion basic training with the U.S. Army Matthew Lyndon Laney The Kimball Area High School at Fort ]ackson, S.C. She is between University of Wisconsin, Mad- class of 1989 will celebrate their her junior and senior year atison, recognized Matthew Lyn- 20th class reunion Saturday, June KAHS. don Laney of South Haven on the 13, at Triple R Grilland Bar in Kim- BMSR Mitchel D. Zaleski is now Dean's List for the spring semester. ball. The social hour will begin at- aboard the USS Samuel B. Rob-Matthew is in the college of engi- 5 p,m. with dinner at 6 p.m. If you erts with the U.S. Navy. Mitchel is neering. have questions, please call Brad a 2007 graduate of KAHS, and is a Ashley Nyren Donnay at (320) 398-5362. brother to Amanda. Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall announced , that Ashley Nyren, daughter of Candace and Jeffrey Nyren of diversifiOM L | L-*__ presencs scnouarsmps South Haven has been selected to Since 1985, diversiCOMMelrose Ben Kettler is the Melrose Area receive a Charles and Ellora Alliss II Telephone Company has invested High Schoolwinner. Kettlerwill be .scholarship for the 2009-2010 aca- in central Minnesota youth attending the University of Min- demic year. Recipients of this through the L.H. Arvig Memorial nesota, Morris, to major in medi- scholarship are recognize for their Goose daycare? Scholarship program. More than 120 high school seniors have been recipients of these scholarships. Students must meet certain crite- ria in the area of academics and future career plans. Each winner is awarded $1,000. Bridget Gohmann is the win- ner chosen at Kimball Area High School. She will be attending the College of St. Benedict to study sci- ence or math. She is the daughter of Loren and loAnne Gohmann. Page 11 'M Inl]' cine or education. He is the son of academic accomplishments and aon and Kathy Kettler. outstandingleadership abilities. Reader Amy Wilison couldn't resist taking this photo of two adult Eden Valley-Watkins High Her planned major field ofstudy Canadian geese with 24 - yes, she counted - goslings. Apparently School winner is Kevin Kramer. He is creative writing/graphic arts. geese have found a Way to babysit for each other, since all 24 gos- is the son of Lou Kramer and will lings can't belong to this single pair of geese. This photo was taken at be attending Hamline University her home on Clear Lake in Watkins. Thanks for the photo! to pursue a degree in mathematics education. Pictured below left is Bridget Gohmann; below right is Kevin Kramer. Meeker Memorial Hospital has served our community for over half a century. But suddenly we're growing. This summer's expansion will introduce new and enhanced spaces, including a redesigned rehabilitation services area offering physical, occupational- and speech therapy all in one convenient, state-of-the-art facility to help speed patient recovery. Take a look for yourself: we've posted the architectural drawings at www.MeekerMemorial.org. It's just one more way your Meeker Memorial Hospital provides care as it should be. MEEKER MEMORIAL ~ OSPll'AI Care as It should bo, 612 South Sibley Ave. / Litchfield, MN 55355 / (320) 693-3242 / meekermemorial.org