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Thursday, June 23, 2011  'mball, MN Cards of Than00 We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the mem- bers of the Kimball and South Haven communities, and to the St. Cloud VA Adult Day Care for their thoughtfulness and compas- sion at the time of Norman Han- sen's death. He called the Kim- Community We wish to thank all of our fam- ily, friends, and neighbors who joined with us on the 18th of June to help us celebrate our 50th wed- ding anniversary. A special thank-you to Roger and Donna Lang, who acted as host and hostess, and to our chil- dren Pam Mozena and family, Jim and Penny Strodtman and family, Dale Mozena and Kayla, and Doug and Kari Schaefer and sons. They ball area his home for more than Konz 40 years, and we appreciated that he was surrounded by people who were caring and supportive. Your prayers and expressions of sympa- thy have comforted us. Thank you. Norm Hansen's family I would like to extend a great big THANK YOU to all the Kimball teaching staff for such a wonder- ful retirement party. I know it was a lot of work, especially at such a busy time of year, but it sure was fun and so very much appreciated. The "special bell" I received is such a beautiful treasure, remem- bering all my wonderful years at Kimball Elementary. The scrap book is amazing. I want to THANK everyone who took time to attend the party (it was so great to see you) and those who were unable to attend, I appreciate your thoughts. THANK YOU for all the wonder- ful cards, lovely notes and for all the gifts. I so appreciate every- thing. The send off in the Kimball Fire Truck we received on the last student day with all the students, planned and executed a special day for us. We were pleased to see every- one who attended but espe- cially those who travelled a dis- tance. The cousins from Iowa, the Lebecks, the Mozinas, and the Wrights. Thank you all for making a very special day for us. Dean and Karen Mozena staff, and some families watch- ing was such a surprise and so very special-THANK YOU Kelly. It really was wonderful. WOW- it is no wonder that it is hard to retire from such a wonderful sup- portive group of students, staff, and families that we have in our district. I will surely miss it all. It has been an honor and joy to be a part of the wonderful children's lives and their families since 1971. It has been great working with all the amazing teachers and staff at Kimball Elementary. Our district has such great families and I look forward to continue watching the children grow. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU so very much, Mrs. Dode Klein Fort Ridgely Civil Nominations sought War presentation for grand marshal Minnesota and the Civil War Sunday, June 26, historian Stephen Osman will present a Powerpoint program about the Minnesota volunteers who fought in the Civil War. The program will start at 2 p.m. in the commissary building on the Fort Ridgely Historic Site. Osman will follow the Minnesota men who served as soldiers during the long conflict. Images and stories of their heroic service will be included in the pre- sentation. The last surviving Civil War soldier was a Minnesotan. An entrance fee will be charged to enter the commissary. NCHS and MHS members enter at no additional charge. Fort Ridgely Historic Site is located within Fort Ridgely State Park. A MN State Park permit is required to enter the park. Fort Ridgely is located on MN Hwy #4, seven miles south of Fairfax, or 11 miles north of Sleepy Eye. Nominate this year's Kimball Days parade Grand Marshal Kimball Days may seem far away, but the Kimball Days Com- mittee is busy planning for the 2011 Kimball Days Celebration. The Kimball Days Commit- tee is seeking input from the com- munity to determine who will be selected for the 2011 parade Grand Marshal(s). The commit- tee is extending to the public the opportunity to nominate a deserv- ing person(s) for the Grand Mar- shal of this year's parade. The person (s) being nominated should either work or live in Kimball, and should have contributed greatly to the community in an overwhelm- ing way over the past years. Nominations received from the public for this year's parade Grand Marshal are due by July 1, and will then be reviewed by the commit- tee for the final decision. Nomination forms can be picked up at City Hall, State Bank of Kimball, and Tri-County News. Completed nomination forms should be turned in to City Hall or mailed to City of Kimball at P.O. Box 238 Kimball, MN 55353. North Kingston Cemetery donations needed Donations are needed to cover costs of mowing the North Kings- ton cemetery. Contact Glendale Rumsey at (320) 398-6781, or mail to 71249 335th Street, Kimball. Chloe Lynn Konz was born Mon- day, June 13, 2011, to Jim and Darcy Konz of Cold Spring. She weighed 7 pounds 8 ounces and measured 20 inches long. She joins her sisters Marissa, age 6, and McKenna, age 4. Grandparents are Dan and Tammy Konz, and Dan and Sheila Dahnke of Kimball. Great-grandparents are Peg Dahnke, Joann Hendricks, and Richard and Jeanette Libbesmeier of Kimball, and the late George Dahnke David Hendricks, and Philip and Lorraine Konz. Bridal shower Garding An open house bridal shower is planned for Angela Garding for 5 p.m. Sunday, June 26 at Triple R Grill and Bar. Angela is the bride- to-be of Dan Watterson. Parents are Joe and Cheryl Garding of Kimball; and Jim and Nancy Watterson of Melvin, Iowa. Little Miss Kimball candidates wanted Kimball Days 2011 will be hav- ing a "Little Miss Kimball" pag- eant Friday, Aug. 12. This event is open to girls ages 7-10 who live within the Kimball School Dis- trict. The fee is $30. The maximum limit is 10 girls. The first 10 appli- cations with paperwork will be the contestants. Letters have been sent out to Kimball businesses and organizations. Any questions, call Tammy Voight at (320) 398-2741. The deadline is July 13. raf 40th Congratulations, Mom and Dad, on your 40th Anniversary! June 19, 1971-2011 Thank you for being a loving example to your family of "in richer and poorer, through good times and bad." We love you so much! Jody and Camen Dave, Jess, Jacob, Hannah, and Levi Rob, Jen, Isaac, Emma, Dominic, andViolet Jill, leremy, Trace and Lillian Josh, Cassie, and Taylor Erin and Triston Kristi and Gavin "In a time when nothing is more certain than change, the commit- ment of two people to one another has become difficult and rare. Yet, by its scarcity, the beauty and value of this exchange have only been enhanced."-Robert Sexton ju.e25 * 10 a.ma00t 5 p.m. / Mdlner Hent.age Vineyard & Wined Where the art of 32025 Minn. Hwy. 15 quilting  wine making Kimball * 320.398-2081 come together. H. 15 south o Kimball $10 in advance'S12 day of event" s Tour of vineyard & winery extra |  Portion of ticket price to benefit the Kimball Food Shelf. | "First 500 attendees will receive a collectors "Quilts  Wines" event wine glass | .. * Tickets available at sponsors: 1 Page 3 Kimball Days parade units wanted Come join the Kimball Days Parade. It's planned for 2 p.m. Sun- day, Aug. 14. The line up is at 1 p.m. at St. Anne's parking lot, the north entrance. Entry fee is $25. Contacts are Brian Kiffmeyer at (320) 493-5276, and Rosanna Dahlinger at (320) 291-4018, or e-mail kimballdays parade @live.com. Parade applications can be found at cityofkimballmn.org/ pages/KimballDaysForms. With new discounts and rates, now is the time to take another look. Thomas Ehlinger Agency, Inc. 39A Maus Drive #3 Kimball, MN 55353-0010 (320) 398-3645 www.tehlinger.com AMERICAN FAMILY American Family Mutual Insurance Company and its Subsidiaries American Family Insorance Company Home Office - Madison, W153783 BC-221385 - 5/11 Pavisho .... k-8:15"Sk-8:45 St. Mary HOC Parish Grounds 10 am. Parade 9 11 aan. Games & Food Car & Tractor Show Kiddie Tractor Pull Kimball Historical Society Displays Entertainment by: Maple Lake Jazz Band 11:30 a.m. Old Fashion Games: :;-Legged Race, Wheel Barrow Races & Egg Toss Polish Horseshoe Tournament (register that day) 2.:30 pan. Car/tractor Awards Presentation 3 p.m, Kids Beanbag Toss 7 pan. Queen Coronation 8 p.m. Dance to Backroads Band Playing 50% 60% 70's Music 12".30 pan. Program & Awards il p.m. Candidate Basket Auction i [ Watermelon Eating Contest 2 p.m. Money in the Hay Find Nid ! C onf .................................