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The bus will leave from door 2 in the north parking lot at 8:30 a.m., with a return time of about 10 p.m. News of our students NDSU dean's list North Dakota State Univer- sity, Fargo, N.D. dean's list, spring semester, 2011. Students must earn 3.50 GPA or higher and be enrolled in at least 12 class credits. From Kimball are Joshua P. Hilsgen, Civil Engineering; and Zachary A. Kuseske, Physical Edu- cation. From South Haven are Reece A. Berns, Mechanical Engineering; and Emma M. Lashinski, Account- ing. From Watkins are Jeffrey M. Dockendorf, Agricultural and Bio- systems Engineering; and Han- nah M. Linz, Nursing. University Wisconsin Stout Spring graduation From Watkins are Michael Berg, B.S. Business Administra- tion; Nathan Schoenecker, B.S. Business Administration. Tagney receives scholarship The Financial Aid Office at Val- ley City State University, Valley City, N. D. is pleased to announce that Burke Tagney has been awarded the Jack Wieland Memo- rial Theatre Scholarship by the Division of Communication Arts and Social Sciefii:es for the 2011- 2012 academic "year. Burke is a junior pursuing a major in Busi- ness Administration-Manage- ment Concentration, with a minor in Theatre. He is the son of Brian and Julia Tagney of Kimball. Thursday, June 9, 2011 . Tri-Count News Kimball, MN Upcoming programs at Kimball Library The following programs are being offered at Great River Regional Library's Kimball loca- tion. Japanese Kites - June 1I Teens and children 8 and older are invited to a program about Japanese Kites at the Kimball Pub- lic Library 10 a.m. to 12 noon Sat- urday, June 11. Artist Rich Wilson has lived in Japan and loves Jap- anese kites. He will bring some authentic Japanese kites to look at, and share his knowledge of kite- making techniques. Design and assemble your own kite that really [lies! The attendance limit is 20 and pre-registration is required. This program is funded in part with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Ice Cream Social - June 13 All ages are invited to visit the Kimball Public Library 2-4 p.m. Monday, June 13, for an Ice Cream Social. This social event is the per- fect opportunity for children to sign up for the summer reading program "One World, Many Sto- ries," and make the library part of your summer fun. One World Many Stories story time - June 15 Children ages 3-8 are invited to the Kimball Public Library for a One World Many Stories story time Wednesday, June 5. ECFE teacher Jennifer Moe will present each story time incorporating the Every Child Ready to Read princi- ples. Registration is limited to 24 West Central Dairy West Central Dairy Days Dattle Show date changed to Friday, June 24 The West Central Dairy Days has changed the date of this year's Cattle Show to Friday, June 24, at 10:30 a.m. at the Kandi- yohi County Fairgrounds. Ages 5-19 (as of January 1) can exhibit. There are classes for all six dairy participants. This story time will also take place June 29, and on second and fourth Wednesdays in July and August. One World, Many Stories - June 16 Children ages 3-12 are invited to a presentation of "One World, Many Stories" taking place at the Kimball Public Library 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Thursday, June 16. GREAT Theatre will present this interactive music play featuring folk tales and music from Ger- many, Mexico, Arabia, Turkey and China. The cast and audi- ence journey to many lands, learn new songs, and share in funny and important moral tales. GREAT Theatre is the Great River Educa- tional Arts Theatre, a non-profit founded in 1998 and dedicated to children and their families in Cen- tral Minnesota. This program is funded in part with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Mor- rison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It provides Central Minnesota residents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, pro- gramming and information ser- vices. Kimball Library open hours Monday 3-6, Wednesday 10-1, 3-6, Thursday 10-1, 3-8, Saturday 9-12. Days date change breeds, Junior and Grand Cham- pion Overall, plus Junior, Inter- mediate and Senior Showman- ship. For entry forms contact your local 4-H extension educator, local high school Ag education instruc- tor, or Wade Gustafson, Dairy Management Instructor at Ridge- water College at wade.gustafson@, or (320) 222-5269. Graduation Saturday, June 11 1-4 p.m., Nate VanVleet, son of Dave VanVleet and Angle Klover, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. 2-6 p.m., Emily Mansicka, daughter of Gory Mansicka, at Kingston Community Center. 3 p.m.-?, Andrew Kieke, son of Kevin and ]ulie Kieke, at his home (21135 State Hwy. 15, Kimball). 1-4 p.m., Julia Messer, daughter of Rhonda Ingebrigtson and Mar- vin Messer, at Fair Haven Lions Park. 2-5 p.m., Dillon Menson, son of Steve and Sherry Menson, at their home (17494 33rd Ave., Clearwa- ter). *FB* . Sunday, June 12 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tanner Meier- hofer, son of Tim and Kelli Meiehofer, at Willow Creek Park Lions Shelter (Hwy. 15 South, Kimball). *FB* 1-5 p.m., Matthew Massmann, son of Paul and Sue Massmann, at their home (7468 County Road 141, Kimball). 3 p.m.-?, Aleksander Young, son of James and Beth "(bung, at their home (13915 Badger Rd., Kimball). Friday, June 17 5-9 p.m., Shelby Anderson, daughter of Layne and Kristy Anderson, graduate of Litchfield High School, at their home (68584 300th St., Litchfield). 2011 Open Houses 5 p.m.-?, Taylor Nelson, son of Mike and Kris Nelson, at their home (8788 Quinton Ave. NW, South Haven). Saturday, June 18 1-4 p.m., Jodi Yinar, daughter of Dwight and Diana Vinar, at Willow Creek Park.(Hwy. 15 South, Kim- ball). 1-5 p.m., Ryan Bodeker, son of Norman and Mary Bodeker, gra d- uate of Annandale High School, at Zion United Methodist Church in South Haven (on Hwy. 55). 1-5 p.m., Kirk Pramann, son of Harold and Alanna Pramann, at Zion UMC in South Haven (on Hwy. 55). 1-5 p.m., Mitch Pramann, son of Lory Pramann and the late Allan Pramann, at Zion UMC in South Haven (on Hwy. 55). 1-5 p.m., Carly Winkelman, daughter of Tammy Laabs Winkel- man and Lee and Christine Win- kelman, graduate of Buffalo High School, at Zion UMC in South Haven (on Hwy. 55). 2-6 p.m., Jamie Kurkowski, son. of Tad and. Michelle Kurkowski, at their home (43 Elm St. N., Kim- ball). 2-6 p.m., Brett Ostby, son of Todd and Kim Ostby, at their home (19525 State Hwy. 15, Kimball). 2-6 p.m., Melody Rose, daugh- ter of Daniel and Ronnie Rose, at their home (16164 Caisson Rd., Kimball). 3-11 p.m., Abigail Konz, daugh- ter of Nick and Amy Konz, at their home (11503 State Hwy. 15, Kim- ball). Saturday, June 25 1-5 p.m., Kayla Myers, daughter of Micah and Lisa Myers, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. 1-5 p.m., Cameron Wittenberg, son of Shelly and Dan Wittenberg, at their home (13984 Badger Rd., Kimball.) 3 p.m.-?, Stacy Gregory, daugh- ter of Bernie and Sue Gregory, at their home (19383 E. Shore Dr., Kimball). *FB* Saturday, July 2 2-6 p.m., Brittany LaFave, daughter of Tim LaFave and lody Marschel, at Hidden Lake Park. 5 p.m.-?, Shannon Donnay. daughter of Harland and Ann Don- nay, at her home. *FB* Saturday, July 9 2 p.m.-?, Ryan Dammann, son of Paul and Carol Dammann, at their home (2801 165th St., Clear- water). Saturday, July 16 2 p.m., Tyler Loch, son of John and Lois Loch, at their home (17682 121st Ave., Kimball). Call or e-mail the Tri-County News to get your open house listed. It's free for KAHS grads, and just $5 for grads of other schools. (*FB* denotes that their open house is listed on Facebook)