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Thursday, Junel0, 2010 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Kimball sentor D00n00n5 June 14-18 Monday-Euchre: Ham- burger, baked beans, coleslaw, sliced pears. Tuesday-Euchre: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes w/gravy, cream- style corn, wheat bread, chocolate mousse. Wednesday: Swedish meat- balls, parslied potatoes, coun- try trio vegetables, wheat bread, frosted cake. Thursday-Blood pressures taken, Celebrate baseball: Hot dog on a bun, batter up baked beans, crack of the bat coleslaw, Minne- sota Twins ice cream. Friday: Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, carrot-raisin salad, wheat bread, lemon chiffon. 1% milk is served "with every meal. Menu is-subject to change. Students 3 Youth Holy Cross A.R. Achiever Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree On the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are avail- able at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Par- tially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council of Aging as part of the Older Amer- icans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Served ever Wednesday, 5-7:30 p.m. Discover fishing fun with a child for free June 11-13 Three of Minnesota&apos;s eight state parks that are offering this summer's weekly I Can Fish pro- gram have sessions scheduled during Take-A-Kid Fishing week- end. At William O'Brien, Inter- state and Mille Lacs Kathio State Parks, rods, reels and bait will be provided so participants can join park naturalists and experienced fishing coaches for an afternoon of fishing. I Can Fish sessions at each park explore the basics of fishing, fish identification and angling tips and tricks. Thirty of Minnesota's 66 state parks offer loaner fishing equip- ment that can be used within the park when visiting. Even when it's not Take-A-Kid Fishing weekend, Minnesota residents may fish in a state park without a fishing license provided the body of water does not require a trout stamp. Anglers also must fish from shore or wade in water within the state park or from a boat or a float on a desig- nated lake within a Minnesota state park. "Fishingis one of the easiest and most-accessible outdoor activities in Minnesota," Kurre said. "Take a kid fishing and, come the end of the trip, you're both likely to be hooked." Celebrate the end of the school year with a potential angler-to-be by fishing for free with a child 15 or younger June 11-13 during Take-A- Kid Fishing weekend. "This is a great opportunity to discover fishing," said Mike Kurre, mentoring program coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). "Minne- sotans 16 or older who take a child 15 or younger fishing don't need a license that weekend, and oppor- tunities for inexperienced, begin- ning anglers abound throughout Minnesota." Getting started is easy. You don't need a boat, and the avail- ability of loaner equipment in some areas means you won't even need a pole or tackle. Start by visiting <www.mndnr. gov/takeakidfishing>, to learn some terminology, basic techniques and shore-fishing locations. Area and regional DNR fisheries offices throughout Minnesota also gladly will offer some good, old-fash- ioned angling advice about fishing spots that will keep young anglers happy and safe. The DNR's Fishing in the Neigh- borhood (FIN) program provides urban shore-fishing opportuni- ties across the metro with fam- ily-friendly settings, piers, loaner equipment at some locations and a real chance to catch quality fish. Learn more online at <www. mndnr.gov/fin>. O Amanda Geiger never saw the drunk driver. Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk. ' Deoar'.'t otlanpo.ra 1 ..... II nggggg Ashley Haus has met her Accel- erated Reader (A.R.) goal for the third trimester at Holy Cross School. She has the honor of being the first of the fourth graders to meet their A.R. goal for the 2009- 2010 school year. In addition to a certificate she will receive a two- for-one movie certificate from the Marcus theaters. This is also good for two complementary soft drinks. Tagney on VCSU dean's list Valley City State University is pleased to recognize the students who received academic honors during the Spring semester of 2010. On the dean's list is Burke Tag- ney from Kimball. The dean's list recognizes stu- dents who complete 12 semester hours or more with a grade-point average of at least 3.5. Ridgewater College announces 2009- 10 graduates Ridgewater College is pleased to announce the graduating class of 2010. Graduation ceremonies took place Thursday, May 13 (Hutchin- son campus) and Friday, May 14 (Willmar campus). Grade Point Average (GPA) indicators: Honors 3.5-3.74 GPA ** High Honors 3.75-3.99 GPA Willmar Campus From Kimball: Jacob Kieke **Allison Konz- High Honors From South Haven: Nathan Pramann From Watkins: Stephanie Mueller Hutchinson Campus From Kimball: Melissa Jeanette Bolvin From Watkins: Kerry Jo Geis!inger **Mark Alan Sorensen - High Honors Ryan James Sullivan Page 5 Education Minnesota- Kimball c]geIt "-- s 7s ,00Ballroom HWY 55, KIMBALL * 320-398-3965 AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES I BANQUETS[ WEDDINGS & ANNIVERSARIES Garage LLC Tim Ellis, Owner HRS: Mon-Fri: 7:30-5:30; Sa 7:30-.12 North of 55 on 15 in Kimball 398-2200 Broasfed Chicken Regular or Garlic !MBURG,