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PAGE 7 ......www.tricountynews.mn Golf Pro, Kimball Golf Club Kimball Golf Club News , What club do you use the most Practice - The only way to during a round of golf? The answer improve your putting. is the putter. Focus on your fun- Base your practice on this and damentals to improve your "ps of watch your putting improve and .Putting. lower your score. Pace- The speed ofyourputts. Outstanding Play Path - The direction the ball Mixed League Scramble Dale travels on the green. Risch (Avon), Gene and Wanda Pendulum - The tick-tock Risch (Kimball) shot a 5 under par motion of your putter. 31 for 9 holes. Patience - Relax and take your Men's One Person Mark Kunkel time. (Pearl Lake) shot a 43 Ladies Scramble Three teams tied at 38 for 9 holes Ida South (Annandale), Rayanne Verbovanec (Watkins), Jean Wize (Kimball) Pat Brandt, Kathie Crupri, Lynnan Nyhammer (Kimball) Jolen Tschumperlin, Peter Boeckmann, Karen Donnay (Watkins) Congratulations Tom Johnson of St. Cloud, Hole in One Thursday, June 9, on Hole #11. Congratulations, too, to Brian Hooper of Kimball getting a Hole in One Friday, June 10, on Hole #3. Kimball Golf Club is Rated in the top 10 of Golf Courses in the State of Minnesota by GolfAdvisor reviewed by golfers around the state. We have a great team that is doing an excellent job to get this rating. Up Coming Events Saturday, June 25, Gene South Military Appreciation Day, noon start, pick your 4-some. For more details call (320) 398-2285 Golf the Game for Life! June 16, 2016 Monday: Oriental Tuesday: Spanish Wednesday: Soup & Campaign signs in Kimball The Watkins Pool is open for the season! Watch for FREE pass days (June 23, July 21, and Aug. 18) sponsored by the Watkins Chamber of Commerce; notices will be here in the Tri-County News. Enjoy open swimming when there are no lessons (call 764-SWIM for times, and for weather or other closings). Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. | n|n June 20-24 beans, garlic bread/margarine, ice cream, milk. Please call at least one day in Suggested donation for those advance. Meals may be picked up. 60 or older is $4, under 60 is $7. Monday: Hamburger, oven Eden Valley diners are served at brown potatoes, creamed the Civic Center (attached to the corn, bun/margarine, rhubarbcity offices building), and should sauce, milk. reserve a meal by calling The- Tuesday: Taco salad: taco meat, resa Schlangen at (320) 453-8375. cheese, salsa, lettuce & chopped Watkins diners are served at tomatoes, sour cream, dinnerSt. Anthony Manor, and should roll/margarine, fresh fruit, 2" bar, call Peggi Gohman at (320) milk. 764-5615 for reservation by I p.m. Wednesday- Chicken in cream the day before your meal. Both sauce, rice pilaf, peas & carrots, sites serve at 11:30 a.m. Mon- peaches, 2" cream puff dessert, day through Friday. This service milk. is through Lutheran Social Ser- Thursday" Pork loin, buttered vice, funded in part by a contract boiled potatoes, creamed carrots, from the Area Agency on Aging bread/margarine, 2" poke cake, with funding from the Federal milk. Older Americans Act through the Friday: Italian meat sauce, Minnesota Board on Aging. spaghetti noodles, fruit, green A reminder from the city of Kimball about campaign signs In a state general elec- tion year (even years), munic- ipal ordinances are overruled by Minnesota Statutes 211B.045 from 46 days before the pri- mary election until 10 days after the general election; campaign signs may be posted in any size and number. For 2016, this period begins June 23, and ends Nov. 18. We ask that you follow Minnesota Statutes 211B.045 and refrain from erecting any cam- paign signs prior to June 23, 2016. Thank you for your coopera- tion in this matter. N/cole Pilarski, MCMC City Clerk/Treasurer R's EASY to renew or subscribe! By. mail, phone, fax, weD, or e-mail (See order form on page 22.) Tim Ellis, Owner Saturday: North of Hwy. 55 on 15 in Kimball (3; t Searchable, Archived, Accessible 24/7 June 20-24 meal. Menu is subject to change. As of Jan. 1, 2014, suggested contri- Monday-Senior Club & 500: bution for persons 60+ and volun- Mushroom & onion pork chop, teers is $7.50-$4, or what you can baked potato w/sour cream, afford. Guests under 60 pay $7.50. stewed tomatoes, wheat dinner REMINDER: When there is a roll, apricots, choice of entree on the menu, you Tuesday: Parmesan chicken will receive the first one listed breast, wild rice pilaf, carrots, let- UNLESS you notify us. The cof- tuce salad, brownie, fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday: Spaghetti noodles, Wednesday. tomato meat sauce, mixed vegeta- For more information, call bles, garlic bread, gelatin.Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211 Thursday: Roast beef w/horse- ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and radish, whipped potatoes w/gravy, 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are green bean casserole, dinner roll, available at the Senior Dining Site cookie, and the Harvest Bank in Kimball. Friday-Bingo: Breaded fish Partially funded under contract wedge, Rosemary roasted pota- with the Central Minnesota Coun- toes, broccoli Normandy, wheat cil of Aging as part of the Older bread, peanut butter bar. Americans Act and administered Euchre anytime there are by Catholic Charities of the Dio- enough players cese of St. Cloud. 1% milk is served with every .......... ~i:~:~!i{~i~i~i!i~i~i~i!~i{!iii~i~i~i!~!~!~:~:~ ............. Pick up a copy nearby: Watkins South Haven Jack's of Watkins South Haven Sports Stein's Thriftway Foods(Tesoro station) Kingston Kingston-Mini-Mart Kimball Casey's General Store Gohmann's Foods Knaus Sausage House Tri-County News Or subscribe and have it delivered to your mailbox