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News of our students Ridgewater College spring semester 2013 dean&apos;s list : GPA of 3.5 or higher and min. of 12 credits. From Kimball - Abigail Konz and Stephanie Konz From South Haven - Troy Smith From Watkins - Nicole Meier and Kersten Rieland North Dakota State University (NDSU) graduation spdng 2013 From Kimball-ZacharyAnthony Kuseske, BS Physical Education Brian Glen Wills, BS Computer Science Gustavus Adolphus College srping graduation June 2 From Kimball - Kendra Brae- gelmann, Biochem and Molecular Biology; magna cum laud.e; Elise Frischmann, Sociaology & Anthropology, Psychological Sci- ence, summa cum laude Gustavus Adolphus College spring dean's list requiring a 3.7 grade point average From Kimball - Kendra Braegel- mann and Elise Frischmann From Watkins - David Blomker; Jacob Forcier; and Brooke Meyer College of St. Scholastica, Duluth dean's list From Eden Valley - Jeanne Ver- Dugt, sophomore majoring in Man- agement-intended. Winona State University dean's list for spring 2013 From Kimball - Holly Garding From South Haven - Laurel Jacobson Winona State University graduate list spring 2013 From Kimball - Holly Garding, Bachelor of Science in Biology Creighton University of Omaha, Neb., dean's list for spring 2013 From Eden Valley - Kimberly Gross Nicole Vossen at State Class AA Golf By Kristine O'Brien, coach Sophomore, Nicole Vossen rep- resented Kimball Eden Valley Wat- kins Girls Golf at the Class AA Min- nesota State High School Golf State Tournament Tuesday and Wednes- day, lune 11-12, held at Ridges of Sand Creek in Jordan, Minn. Nicole shot an 18-hole score of 88 (43-45) in the first round of play. This is Nicole's first State tourna- ment appearance and she played well despite her nerves. The sec- ond round of play began with a rain delay for both boys and girls. After waiting five hours, the com- mittee decided to play only 9 holes, making the toum.ament a 27-hole event. The boys teed off the back nine, while the gifts played difficult and very tight back nine. Nicole fin- ished the day with a respectable 45, with a final score of 133 placing her 43 of 88 participants. Vossen had a great experience and she looks for- ward to trying again next year. Kimball Community Education Summer Recreation The summer fun has begun for Kimball area youth. Kimball Com- munity Education has completed the first weeks of summer recre- ation including volleyball camp, Jr. Cubs Basketball, Greater MN Track & Field, a new Highway 55 3 on 3 basketball league, and the Jr. Cassie Erickson wins second gold cup Golf Program. The summer lineup of recreation also includes high- school-age level sports camps; vol- leyball, boys' and girls' basketball, golf and league play. Blast Ball, T-Ball and Rookie Ball programs will run through the month of June. <,v;v,:=, :,( } :!'.': ;: "}*(g47 } } ?, g, ;7;: guaranted annual rate of:return on policy fund" C:( 0 Simple ............................................................... I'm |ust a .......... ;i.;: phonecallaway   ' :: Flexible & Adjustable Premiums" - fii David Stang, FIC (320) 469-4735 dstang@catholicunited.org catholicunited.org/reps/david-stang Catholic United F00nanczal00 *Premiums (after deduction of a premium charge) are placed in a polity fund that earns interest. Administrative charges, mortality charges and rider premiums are deducted from policy fund month. **Premiums are payable to age 100. Policy allows for flexibility in premium payments, as long as policy fund is suflfdent to pay mortality and eJq)ense charges for the followin# month. Form: O8UL- I Home Of&e: St. Pau Minn. 2013 Catholic United Financial The Great River Music Club and the National Federation of Music Clubs recently awarded a second gold cup in piano solo to Cassie Erickson. To achieve a second gold cup, six or more years of perfor- mance in the festival are required. There were more than 400 stu- dents who participated in the fes- tival at the College of St. Benedict Saturday, Feb. 23. Cassie is a student at Kimball Area High School, and has just ..... completed the 10th grade CH CARE WATKINS Chiropractic Clinic mm