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Thursday, June 6, 2013 00t00"ommun""- Tri- County News * www, tricountynews, mn Valley Daze wants crafters Crafters are wanted for Valley Please call Donna at (320) 453- Daze for June 22. 2592. Kimball Commun Gardens Want to garden without the Gardens, tilled and ready to plant. hassle?50'x50'plotsarestillavail- Wafer available on-site. Call Rose able in the Kimball Community at (320) 398-5552. (Cost is $25.) Kraut 'N Wurst Parade. looking for entrants If there is anyone interested Aug. 3. Please call Tootz at 764-2109, in putting .a unit in the Watldns Kraut 'N Wurst Parad e for Saturday, or 764-9635, or Brenda at 764-2112. Information for IMPACT calendar needed Any organizations that would like to place an announcement in the 2013-2014 IMPACT calendar, please contact Nancy or Lexi. Nancy can be reached by phone at (320) 492-7658, Or e-mail at nancytheis l Lexi can be reached by e-mail at Presentation on dementia June-12 Judy Berry and Lakeview Ranch/ Dementia Care Foundation have invited Teepa Snow, national trainer and dementia education special- ist to provide two presentations at 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the Dassel History Cen- ter. Suggested donation of $20. For more information, contact Wendy at Lakeview Ranch (320) 275-5517. This is an extraordinary opportunity to see one of the lead- ers in dementia education, Teepa's presentations are valuable for pro- fessionals, caregivers and those with dementia. New wriUn8 club forming in Eden Valley _-Prgramming You are the author of your life's writings. Please bring a notebook. L Annandale story. Do you have a passion or desire for self-expression through poetry and creative writing? What inspires you? Come join us for an opportu- nity for self-discovery; to share and explore the pages of your mind and spirit. Feel free to bring some of your All ages welcome! Wednesday, June 5 - 5:30- 7 p.m.- Introduction night - Eden Valley Area Library Wednesday, June 26 - 5:30- 7 p.m. - Subject to be determined- Eden Valley Area Library For details, please call Pat Schultz at (320) 453-2083. Kimball Kruisers collecting donations The Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club is collecting donations of: Clean, gently-used books (all reading levels/genres), and " gently-used DVDs (family- appropriate material) These donations will be sold at the Third Annual Used Book Sale at the Summer Reading Program Kickoff from 2-4 p.m. Monday, June 10, at the Park Shelter. All proceeds will benefit the Kimball Public Library. Donations are accepted at these locations until Monday, June 3: Denise's Defined Image Kimball Public Library Kimball Elementary School office We will not accept textbooks, encyclopedias, or Reader's Digest. Thank you for supporting our local library. Pre-register on Eden Valley- Watkins CoJmmunity Ed. website by clicking on Special Events, and then Special Olympics. Or, pick up a form at Lost 'N Found, Valley Inn, or Ertl Hardware, or register the day of the event. Lake Maria State Park celebrates 50 years Fifty years of bringing people and nature together will be cele- brated at the park's environmen- tal center on June 8, beginning at 10 a.m. with a presentation, by the Zoomobile, featuring Minnesota wildlife. At 11 a.m., the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center will present its program on Minnesota's hawks and owls. Other highlights will include short presentations on park history, a display of wild- life artwork from local schools, ice cream and cake at noon, and plenty of chances to explore the park. Open House day is also National Get Out- doors Day, with free admission to all state parks. Create free eBooks in Annandale Library program The Annandale Public Library is offering a class for teens and adults on how to create your own free eBooks. The class is being offered twice: 7 to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, and Wednesday, June 19. Both classes cover the same mate- rial: how to create free eBooks for your e-reader or tablet using multi- chaptered fanfiction stories. Please bring your laptop computer. The attendance limit is five per session and preregistration is required. For more information, con- tact the Annandale library at (320) 274-8448. Pillow cleaning Friday, June 14 Carlson Fluff & Puff Pillow noon Friday, June 14. This is spon- Cleaning Service will be at the sored by the Kimball Legion Aux- Kimball Legion Club 7 a.m. to iliary. Hod Brown family reunion There will be a family reunion ter in Kimball. of the Hod Brown Family at 2 p.m. Come for coffee and conversa- Saturday, June 15. This will be at tion at 2 p.m. Willow Creek Park at the park shel- Fair Haven Old Settlers Picnic June 29 We are in need of fun games for children of all ages. Non- profit organizations interested in having a stand, please contact Brenda Newman by calling (320) 236-7491. We are also in need of helpers. Anyone who would like to help the committee, please call Brenda. This will be Brenda's last year, so to continue this tradi- tional day, please consider volun- teering. Library Sunshine Storytime - June 11 The Annandale Public Library is offering a Sunshine Storytime series for children ages 3 to 7 at 10 to 11 a.m. beginning Tuesday, June 11. Children will enjoy stories, songs and a fun craft. Sunshine Storytime will also take place June 25, July 9 and 23, Aug. 6 and 20. Magician Jared Sherlock- June 11 Magician Jared Sherlock will perform at the Annandale Pub- lic Library 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. Tues- day, June H. His presentation is for children 3 to 12 and their families. Sherlock blends magic, juggling and audience participation for a high-energy, interactive, comedic event. This program is funded in part with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. For more information, contact the Annandale library at (320) 274- 8448. Great River Regional Library Facts about pillow cleaning service A good goose feather pillow, (considered the Cadillac of pil- lows) given proper care, should last anywhere between 60 and 100 years and still be in good usable condition. Here is why most of them don't: Every time a pillow is washed or steam-cleaned, those feathers have lost between 10 and 15 years of their usefulness. A feather depends on the oil in it for its life and softness. Washing or steam cleaning removes oil from them, shortening their usable life. If cleaned by Carlson Pillow Clean- ing Service, a machine is used to clean, disinfect, and deodorize the feathers without removing any of their oil. The feathers are not mixed with feathers of another customer's feathers. The machine tumbles and fluffs the feathers. Tumbling removes the chaff and dust to a filter in the bottom of the machine. The feathers are sub- jected to germ-killing ozone-emit- ting ultra-violet light produced by a powerful germicidal bulb set in the top of the machine. The pro- cess takes about five minutes, the feathers are put into a new down- proof ticking, and the result is a cleaner than new pillow. I11 11111 IIII Page 7 ibdution 'tL I Th.ursday, June  * 1 a.rn- -  p.rn- /Fr,day, June * a.m. p.m. Saturday, June 8 8 a.m. - 1 m. i 7 Miles north of Kimball or 4 miles south of Luxemburg on Highway 15; 1 mile east on County Road 146 For information please call Lisa at 320-654-8070 tic mix of old, new & Furniture, doors & windows, cupolas, garden decor, church pew, )ine dresser. 60's dry-sink/bar, art work, gym lockers, vintage picnic baskets, wringer washer, wash tubs, NANWS ATTIC cast iron sinks, wicker sofa, glassware, hats, jackets, scarves, purses and 68962 (::SAN 17, WATKIN$ MUCH MOREl! JCT OF HN #24 & IqKR CTY # I ? e-mail: NEW lTEMS AT EACH SALE/ Phone: 320-181-8906 "-NEXT SALE- July 11-14 m.c=ok.='Na,mc.aoxt There's nothing like a CLEAN PILLOW Friday, June 14, 7 a.m.- Noon Kimball American Legion Cl pillows It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, web or e-mail. (See order form on page 18.)