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......................................... www.tricountynews.mn PAGE 5 June 16, 2016 Borman's community gardens available The community gardens are There is a small fee of $25 to cover available at Ed and Rose Borman's maintenance. Anything you plant farm at 10502 127th Street in is yours to keep. For more infor- Kimball, and are now ready for marion, please call the Borman's planting. The plots are 50' x 25'. at (320)398-5552. New Civil Air Patrol meets June 16 The new Alexandria Civil Airsearch and rescue missions and in Patrol Squadron will hold their other civicwork. first meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, The Civil Air Patrol is open to June 16, at the Alexandria Airport. anyone 12 years of age or older. The meeting will take place in the Anyone throughout central Airport Terminal meeting room. Organizers will discuss the his- tory of the Civil Air Patrol, require- ments, the Cadet Program, and the role of the Civil Air Patrol in J.A.K.E.'s Day June 18 Annual Youth Day sponsored by Stearns County Thunderin' Tom's Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, June 18. Location is Kimball Rod and Gun Club at 9837 Willow Creek Rd., Kimball. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m., and west central Minnesota is invited to join the Alexandria CAP Squadron. For more details call Mark Anthony at (320) 330-3058. all demonstrations, JAKES mem- bership and a T-shirt. Lunch and refreshments also provided. Activities for all children ages 3-16 years old. Please register by June 10 by calling Charlie Mueller at (320) 398-2801, or email chuck $10 registration fee which includes mueller24@gmail.com. Turtle Program at Lake Maria State Park Come meet some live turtles! You'll also learn about the vari- ety of species found at Lake Maria, their habits and where to find them. Naturalist Emily Roberts will have live turtles on display. This program will be held at the Lake Maria State Park Trail Center at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18. The program is free, but there is a $5 park vehicle entrance fee for those without an annual per- mit. Annual permits for all state parks are available at the park office for $25. Lake Maria State Park is located approximately seven miles north- west of Monticello, 10 miles north- east of Annandale and five miles north of Maple Lake on Wright County Highway 111. Bike Rodeo and Car Seat Safety Clinic June 18 The Meeker County Sheriff's Deputy Association will be doing a county-wide event Saturday, June 18, that will include a Bike Rodeo for kids ages 4-12 and a Car Seat Safety Clinic. It will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at the Litchfield Civic Arena for a central location in the county. For ques- tions, call (320) 693-5400. Deputy Sara Miller Meeker County Sheriff's Deputy Association Relay For Life June 24 in Litchfield The Relay For Life of Meeker County is Friday, June 24, at the Meeker County Fairgrounds in Litchfield. Teams will be serving lunch from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the 4H building on the fair grounds. The gates open to the public from 3 p.m.-midnight (the teams offer food, games, and the silent auc- tion building is open from 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. - all the money raised goes to the American Cancer Society). Come help us honor our survi- vors and caregivers at this event, all survivors and caregivers are welcome. The Survivor Ceremony begins at 6:15 with the Litchfield Marching Band and Color Guard performing. The Survivor Ceremony will follow. The lumi- nary bag lighting begins at 9:30. A couple survivors lead the way as the luminary bags are lit. What an awesome sight when the bags are all lit, they are so beautiful! If you would like to make a dona- tion, go to the Relay For Life website (www.relayforlife.org), type in the 55355 zip code and donate. If you have any questions, please call Rose Condon at (320) 260-7970. Rose Condon, BarnYard Crew Fairhaven Old Settlers Day June 25 Fairhaven Old Settlers Day is Church) starts a day of family Saturday, June 25. Listing of events fun and food, and the Lions Beer is coming in the next two weeks of Garden. This year the well-known the Tri-County News. Parade is at lO Kingery Family will be entertaining a.m. (line-up at 9 a.m. at Lutheran from 3-4:30 p.m. Valley Daze wants crafters and parade units Crafters and Parade Units Saturday, June 25. Contact Donna are wanted during Valley Daze, at (320)420-2475. June 25. The parade is at 5 p.m. Platinum FM to perform at Valley Daze The local rock group Platinum the group, Kipp Hardison, KAHS FM has been booked for June 25 alumnus, is their drummer. They in Eden Valley for the Valley Daze will play starting at 8:30 p.m. street dance. Among the five in Kimball Days Aug. 1244 Parade units wanted. FormsForms are located at Kimball City are located at Kimball City Hall or Hall or on the city's website. on the city's website. Rosanna Dahlinger Nominate a Grand Marshal. Parade Coordinator Vera Knoll Donnay's 90th birthday open house An open house 90th birth- day celebration will ber held for Vera Knoll Donnay from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, July 10, at Willow Creek Park Lions Shelter in Kimball. Please come wish her a Happy Birthday. Loesch SLS thanks A special "thank you" from Loesch Supported Living Services to the Valley Tractor Club for making the trip out to the Loesch Home. Everyone enjoyed all the tractors and the beautiful day. Thanks so much for thinking of US. Barb Waldorf Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Monday-Saturday 7 a.m. - Noon PRODIJCE S..d., 12-4 pro. 020) 693-2486 Located 12 miles NE of Litchfield on Hwy 24, then I mile west on 330= St or 20 miles south then I Relea your stre and take a break SUNDAY BREAKFAST BUFFET Scrambled eggs, American Fries or Hash Browns, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage, Ham, French Toast or Pancakes, Warm Carmel Rolls, Fresh Fruit & Baked Goodie Tray SERVING 8 - Noon Thursday Nights BROASTED CHICKEN All-you-can- $9.99 SERVING Comes with choice 4 - 7 RJlt. of potato, veggie & salad bar Friday Nights HAND BATTERED FISH or combination of FISH & SHRIMP /UhK can-eat $9.99 SERVING Comes with choice 4- 7:30 P.M. ie & salad bar Try our famous CHI'CKEN DINNER Wednesday nightS ...... Ss.n I