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P,qo'l . 1 111 tf 1 d1 1 1 " Thursday, June 13,2013 w.tricoun Lorraine Nohner, 91 -Lorraine Nohner died Monday, May 27, 2013. She was 91. Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday, May 31, at St. Peter's Church in Richfield, Minn. Inter- ment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Lorraine M. Nohner was born to Nicholas and Mary Lies and raised on a farm near Manannah. She was married to Raymond Nohner Nov. 27, 1943. Although they spent most of their adult life in Mirmeapo- lis and Richfield, their ties remained strong to the Manannah and'Eden Valley area through visits to relatives and weekend trips to their cabin on Lake Carnelian near Kimball. Lorrainewasalong-timeemployee of Honeywell. She was an avid gardener and accomplished seam- stress. She enjoyed ballroom dancing and square-danced into her 80s. Lorraine was preceded in death by her parents; siblings Lucille Elsie Pope, 92 Elsie E. Pope of Mendota Arnold, Melvina Queenan, and Elmer Lies. She is survived by Raymond, her husband of 69 and a half years, and byher children Richard and Mary Jo. Arrangements were by Gill Brothers Home in Minneapolis. Petals 8: Palate Garden Tour and Luncheon July 13 The Annandale Arts Commit- tee invites you to attend their sum- mer fundraiser. We have a variety of new gar- dens for our event this year, and homeowners are .excited to share them with you! The event is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 13 with ticket price of $30 per person for tour and lunch. Advance tickets only are now available for purchase at the fol- lowing locations in downtown Annandale: Miller's Jewelry, It Hot Water Coffee, and AlJ Things Good. In downtown Maple Lake: Irish Blessings Coffeehouse. Five area gardens will be fea- tured on this tour, providing spec- tacular arrays full of beauty, color and inspiration. The tour will con- clude at Fairhaven Farm's unique garden setting with lunch pro- vided by Cottage Gourmets. - We look forward to seeing you at this very important fundraiser for the "FREE Summer Concerts in the City Park." Call Robin David- son with any questions, (612) 799- Heights, formerly of Kimball, died A full obituary ~ be printed 2711 M6nday, June 10, at United Hospi- in next week's paper, and will be tal in St. Paul. She was 92. available on our website at www. Arrangements are pending with as soon as it is Dingmann Funeral Care Burial and available. Cremation Services in Kimball. View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball (320) 398-5055 Kimball Area Emergency "r l Food [ Inc. St. Ann&s Church in Kimball i 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs. Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours ernergencies,~. call one of the area churches. eritage House of Kimball le meet your needs! Assisted Living at more information: LPN/Mana 398-8643 6857 County. Rd. 146, 15055 Hummingbird Lane, Kimball Cold Spring lO-acre HobbY/Farm, 3-BR 2-BA 35 acres, zoned commercial, rambler and outbuildings, clubhouse, heated shop, PREVIEW: 6 p.m. June 13 formerly City View Golf Course. Sat., June 22, at 10 a.m. Thurs., June 27, 6 p.m. PROMOTER ~ RECRUITER For information or Granite [ showings, call Rel ;!olin Keith Sharer at (320) 267-1963. Serv ngCe tralMin ta; Fr. Stangl celebrates 50 years Ft. AI Stangl started his service to God June 1, 1963, and he continues to serve area residents in his retirement. He visits Heritage House to celebrate Mass with the residents twice each month. He is seen here with Joyce Quast LPN/Manager at Heritage House where residents and staff helped him celebrate his Golden Jubilee as a priest. Those at Heritage House of Kimball are very grateful to Fr. AI for his continued service and we wish him many more years of serving the Lord. Submitted photo. 'Alaska Far Away' movie showing In the midst of the despair of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal gave more than 200 struggling Mid- western farm families an extraor- dinary opportunity: the chance to start over on the Alaskan frontier. The Matanuska Colonization Proj- ect of 1935 was a bold government experiment to relocate these fami- lies. 'Tklaska Far Away" tells the story of the struggles that the project and its participants encountered, and the families who found themselves thrust into the national spotlight along the way. Join us at the Stearns History Museum for one of two free showings of this movie: at 10 a.m. Monday, June 24, and at 1 p.m. Sat- urday, July 13. This movie is being shown in- connection with the traveling The Amertcan Alltance of Museums exhibit Uncle Sam's New Deal from Minnesota communities 70 years " " ...... accredits the Stearns History Museum the Mmnesota Hmtorlcal Sooety. ago. It will be on display at the Stea- . .. ...... ......... 1 ....... v .1 . . ana Kesearcn ~enter It ts tocatea at 235 lnlS exnlDl[ mummates the ~eu- ms History Nluseum nntu Aug. 4, 33rd Avenue South in St Cloud 'eral government's role in reviving 2013. " ' Summer Reading Program began June 10 at Great River Regional Library Great River Regional Library (GRRL) will begin its annual Sum- mer Reading Program (SRP) for children and teens ages 0-18 Mon- day, June 10, continuing through Saturday, Aug. 10 The SRP will be offered at all 32 GRRL locations in Central Minnesota. Two programs are offered: "Dig into Reading" for children from birth through sixth grade, and "Beneath The Surface" for chil- dren entering grades 6 through 12. Children entering sixth grade may choose to register for either pro- gram. "Dig Into Reading" includes a baby/toddler program for ages. 0 to 3 to enjoy with their parents/ caregi ers. Watch for fun SRP addi- tions on the librarywebsite at www. Upon registering, participants will receive reading records that .provide a measure of how much summer reading has been done. When completed, these become coupons which can be turned in for prize drawings. Libraries across the entire region are planning fun kick-off programs and special events to encourage Visiting and vacationing children participation. Check out the events who do not live in the area are wel- calendar on www.griueorg, to find come to participate in the SRP All out about special programs at your books and reading materials count local library, for the program, including materials: The goal of the SRP is to encour- that do not belong to the library. age children and teens to con- Great RiuerRegionalLibrary (GRRL) tinue reading during the summer prouides library seruices at 32 public months. Studies show students librariesinBentn'Mrrisn'Sherbume" Steams, ToddandWrightCounties.Itpro- who enroll in library summer read- vides Central Minnesota residents with ing programs and continue to read nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, during the summer maintain or 250 public computers, programming improve their reading skills more and information services. than those who do not. Looking for promoter / recruiter in Upper Midwest. Prior business ownership or sales experience a plus. 75K + First Year Position requires NO need to relocate. - Call (218) 303-4222