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Winners of the Winners by age group: 11-12: Taylor Ludwig. Ellie Schmaltz, Jordan Welle. 9-10: Alex Haag, Matt Sogge. Ben Teicher. 7-8: Hunter Nistler. Carson Schmaltz, Tyree Thielen. Valley Daze kids' race 5-6: Kobee Thielen, Charlie Teicher, Henry Lemke 3-4: Natalie Vossen, Hazel Hin- kleberg There were 39 kids in the 1K kids' race. These runners are lined up for the Valley Daze kids' race, they are, from left to right, Carmen Haag, Ryan wirz, Thomas Lemke, Hunter Nistler, Catera Davis, Tyree Thielen, Carson Schmaltz, and Mallory Evens. Submitted photos. News of our students University of Minnesota, Morris, spring dean's list FromWatkins, Molly Hesse .From South Haven, Halee Morris University of Minnesota, Morris, spring graduates From Watkins, Scott Babbitt - BA degree in elementary edu- cation Noah Lahr, a Rocori High khool sophomore, is the overall winner of the Valley Daze 5K race. His race time was 21:24. IMPACT students make lava lamps This summer, IMPACT is once again participating in Meeker County's 4-H Program. This summer's activity theme is Science. On Wednesday, June 19, the IMPACT kids made awesome lava lamps with plastic bottle, oil, food coloring, and water. We had a super- duper time. Submitted photo. EV-W sixth-grade girls take first These three boys were winners in the 7-8 age group for Valley Daze kids race. From left to right, they are Hunter Nistler, Kids race winners ages 11-12 are from left to Carson Schmaltz, and Tyree Thielen. right, Jordan Welle, Ellie Schmaltz and Taylor Ludwig. Winners of the 5K Run/Walk for Valley Daze that began at 8 a,m, Saturday, June 22. In this group photo, they are from left to right, in back, Steve Schmitt, Barbara Walz, Peter Stang-Walz, Leslie Arnold, Noah Lahr, Pat Arnold, Jenny Evens, Grant Hollerman, Bonnie Spohn-Schmaltz, Colin Schmaltz, and Brittany Euerle. In middle row, standing, Steve Lenz, Rick Berg, Rachael Berg, Mike Klein, Amber Dierkhising, Courtney Euerle, and SharoaEuerle. Middle row, seated, Maggie Schmaltz, Sarah Wirz, Corey Press, Tiffany Bode, Amanda Stommes; and Amber Huberty. In front are Tyler Neu, Mickey Stotz, Dorothy Brutger, Tori Pauls, Jolene David Rohloff. Submitted photos. Valley Daze 5K race winners The Valley Daze 5K Run/Walk 24:13. began at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 22, Female 18-24: Courtney starting at Eden Valley Elemen- Euerle 29:20; Rachael Berg 29:.21; tary. There were a total of 53 par- Brittany Euefle 29:26. ticipants this year. Male 18-24: Grant Hollerman Winners are listed in their cate- 29:48; Peter Stang-Walz 32:42. gory and with their time: Female 25-34: Tiffany Bode Female 12 and under: Amber 21:32; Megan Schrupp 23:54; tie Dierkhising40:14 Amber Huberty and Amanda Female "13-17: Sarah irz Stommes28:07. 26:54; Maggie Schmaltz 27:29; Tori Male 25-34: Corey Press 24:46; Pauls 36:57. Rick Berg 32:05. Male 13-17: Noah Lahr 21:24;i Female 35-44: Leslie Arnold Tyler Neu 22:26; Mickale Stotz 24:45; Jolene Leither 38:15; tie Leither, Megan Schrupp, and Jenny Evens and Bonnie Spohn- Schmaltz 40:36. Male 35-44: Steve Lenz 24:22; Patrick Arnold 28:32; Colin Schmaltz 28:40. Female 45-54: Sharon Euerle 30:20; Jodi Stocker 40:14; Luann Folkerts 1 hour 70 sec. Male 45-54: Steve Schmitt 35:29. Female 55+: Dorothy Brutger 29:52; BarbaraWalz I hour 70 sec Male 55+: Mike Klein 35:31; David Rohloff 40:36. The EV-W sixth-grade girls' basketball team took first place in the Pacesetter MIT tournament at St. John's University Saturday, June 15. Team members are: (back row, from left) Halle Jansen, Emma Schultz, Johanna Ruhland, and Breanna Walz; (front row) Olivia Schleper, Shaylei Brutger, and Kennedy Kleist. Submitted photo. Become a You Can Make . a Difference Pmehaven Youth and Family Services, Inc. is seeking families to work with youth. Training and support provided. Form-- information Services, Inc. please contact us at (320) 630-7340 I I I