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I-] ~ ~ . . | just enjoying one of Minnesota's Bar & Grill in Farming; see ad on Monda , June 15, noon, 28th |m,I $30/year for mailingin Minnesota or ~ $40/year mrmaltingout-o[-state | +~.~...... ~o ..r~-~. .... n ~: ..... ,, r:.~. . .. , ..~Y" .... |J$20'"earSENlORrateinMin - ~ ......... :~.. . i %"u~.~;L~ ........... c~. ~tu page l~. annuatuLrooHmurneyatWapi- | ,y , ~ nesota ~.a~u~yearat;r~lol~ramout-stam | the zuuu nsmng season now open, Saturday, June 6, 8 a.m., Plant cada Golf Club; (320) 253-0765. I (SENlORS are age a2 and older) | what do boaters need to remember sale in Foley. $90 per person !~rame: Telenhone" !_ about early season boating. Sunday, June 7, Open house day Friday, June 19 Meeker County I~ddress/Cit/State/Z-'------------~" ~" " 1 A: Wtten getting ready to go at all Minnesota state parks.Relay for Life. ' ! Y P: ! fishing, many people give more Friday, June 12, Kimball Farm- iVlethoclofpaymem: i~lCheckenclosedor[~lPleasecharge$ tomy:{.IVISA~IMc thought towhat kind of sand-ers'Marketopens(behindTripleR Education 3ardmmaber: exp. date: ' wiches they should pack for onHwy. 15 north of town). Signature ....... I L P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353-0220 Tel/Fax (320) 398-5000 m ~ m m m ~ m ~ m m m J Free hearing screenings The month of June marks two taken the corrective steps, which very important events: Men's Health Week and Father's Day. This year, Avada Hearing Care Centers, operating subsidiary of Hearing Healthcare Management, Inc, (HHM), including Avada of St. Cloud, MN, located at 1411, West St. Germain, Suite 203, is offering free hearing screenings through- out the month Of June to not only honor St. Cloud-area fathers, but families everywhere. "Fathers are often so busy thinking about the well-being of their families that they may neglect their own health. This can- not only have a negative impact on them. but on their children and other family members, as well," said Jim Neve, regional director of Avada of ~t, G1Oudf addin~ that Men's Health Week, which is June 15-21, help,3 to create awareness that men can take control of their health by participating in health screeriings. "Hearing screenings are an important preventative measure because one of the effects of hear- ing loss is a breakdown in fam- ily communications, which can have a profound effect on relation- ships. It is important to encourage your father to take care of himself by coming in this month for a free hearing screening." Neve stresses the impor- tance of telling anyone you _care about to take care of their hear- ing, "This Country and our com- munity must stop treating hear- ing loss as a mino~ problem. Cur- rently, more than 24 million peo- ple in the United States who say they have hearing loss have not may include hearing devices. The good news is that hearing loss can easily be diagnosed and for most people, there are solutions in the form of digital and programma- ble hearing instruments, many of which are not visible." Research shows that when peo- ple cannot hear properly, they make less money. Sergei Koch- kin, Ph.D, executive director of the Better Hearing Institute says, "Unaddressed hearing loss has a negative impact on overall job effectiveness, opportunity for pro- motion, and even lifelong earn, ing power." A hearing loss can be an impediment to job perfor- mance, which could be a dan- ger to job security, and an- inabil- ity to hear can disrupt family life, Symptoms of hearing loss include not being able to understand well in a crowded room or restaurant, having to ask family and friends to repeat what they are saying, or not bdiflg able to hear sounds that oth- ers seem to be able to hear. Everyone over the age of 55 should have annual hearing screenings. Avada of St. Cloud offers free hearing screenings for those interested. Nationwide, Avada Hearing Care Centers' mission has always been to serve the hearing impaired with the highest degree of profes- sionalism, technology and service available. Avada operates more than 280 hearing-care centers nationwide. For more informa- tion about Avada of ~t. Cloud and its services, please call (320) 654- 0505 or visit . We offer free subscriptions of the Tri-County News to ouff local men and women serving our country in milihty. Please conhd us with names and addresses of your loved on s so Ehey can keep up w fla hometown news about their corn- munity friends and family. (320) 398-5000 www.tricountynews.MN lunch than they do about boating safety. It is important for people to remember that early in the season, although the air temperature may be 70 degrees, most of the bodies of water are still in the 40s and 50s. Even the strongest swimmer can become quickly incapacitated by cold water shock and suffer hypo- thermia within an hour. This means it is especially important to make sure everyone not only has a lifejacket but also wears one. Make sure navigation lights are all in proper working order, and be sure to use them between sunset and sunrise. Also, be sure the boat registration decal is current and check air pressure on trailer tires, pack a spare, and make sure the axle bearings are freshly greased. Finally, itis a good idea to leave the alcohol at home. Many of the boat- ing accidents that result in injury, or worse, are the result of intoxi- cated boaters. Tim Smalley, DNR boat and water safety specialist Wednesday-Friday, June 17-19, Grand opening at Millner Heritage Winery (Hwy. 15, 7 miles south of Kimball). Tuesday, June 23, 7 p.m., "Earth, Wood, Stone" with historian and author Bill Morgan; Kimball Area Historical Society program at Kim- ball City Hall. Thursday, June 25, 7 a.m.-noon, Pillow cleaning at Kimball Legion Club; watch for details. Thursday-Sunday, June 25-28, Valley Daze; parade is 7 p.m. Sat- urday. Saturday, June 27, Fair Haven Old Settlers' Picnic. 10 a.m. parade (line-up at 9 a.m. at Concordia Luth. Church). July 16-19, KCP production of Camelot; watch for details. Saturday, July 25, South Haven Day. Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 1-2, Wat- kins Kraut 'n' Wurst Festival. Tuesday, Aug. 4, Kimball cele- brates National Night Out, at Wil- low Creek Park in Kimball. Friday-Sunday, Aug. 7-9, Kim- ball Days. For the next 5 weeks, you can run a ad each week (up to 20 words for At $6 a week times 5 weeks, that's $30 - cost as a regular subscription for a the information below, call or bring it in by 2 and we'll run your classified that week if your subscription is current). OR start a new subscri and get 5 weeks of classified ads for FRFE ,40 business or commercial ads, pleabe. We reserve the lin i c FRI tds to subscribers ouly (not family), anti to reject ads do suitable. My Name: _ -- FREE Classified Ad Request currently subscrJbe to the Tri-CountyNews, and subscription is paid up through June 30, 2009, or beyond. r~ " or [__.F I'd like to start a new subscription and get my free classified ads. Enclosed is the subscription coupon above. Please run my ad below for (circle one) l 2 3 4 5 weeks Offer expires, and free ads will not run beyond June 30, 20091 W6dnesday, June 3, 7 p.m., Dol- lars for Scholars meets at Kim- ball Church of Christ; anyone may attend, and all are welcome. Thursday-Friday, June 4 & 5, 7 p.m., "TeemingAcres" one-act play by KAHS Performing Arts Club; free admission (see ad on page 9). Monday, June 8, 3-5 p.m., Ice cream social to kick off the Sum- mer Reading Program at Kimball Public Library (5 Main St. N.); 398- 3915. Saturday, June 13, 5 p.m., KAHS Class of 1989 reunion, at Triple R Grill and Bar in Kimball; see notice on page 11. Friday, July 24, KAHS Class of 1979 30th reunion at Great Blue Heron in Cold Spring; (320) 558- 6961 or 259-8212. Saturday, July 25, E.V. Class of 1964 45th class reunion; contact Bob Weiber (218) 924-4118, David DeMorett (218) 825-1900, or May- nard and Margie Theis (320) 693- 8773. Coovernment Thursday, June 4, 7:30 p.m.. Muin t'rairi Townohip vml r - hensive Growth meeting, at Kim- ball Area Fire Hall; (320) 398-2905. Tuesday, lone 9, 7 p.m., Maine Prairie Township meeting at Kim- ball Area Fire Hall; (320) 398-2905. Thursday, June 11, 7 p.m.. Wat- kins City Council, at Watkins City Hall. Monday, June 15, 7 p.m., Kim- ball City Council meeting, Kim- ball City Hall. (320) 398-2725. Wednesday, June 24. 7 p.m.. Clearwater River Watershed Dis- trict Board of Managers Work Ses- sion, Kimball City Hall. Thursday, June 25, 7:30 p.m., Maine Prairie Township Compre- hensive Growth meeting, at Kim- ballArea Fire Hall; (320) 398-2905. You can now order rubber stamps, seals and signs. 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