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Thursday, June 30, 2011 l dfb .iPl 1 Ii .iPll t.dr Pno'l c 2 Tri '4  ..................... , .... 'b"' "J Kimball Senior Citizens met June 20 Out of This World Rocket Program The members of the Kimball Senior eitizens group met Monday, at Kimball Library June 20, at the Senior Dining Site at St. Anne Church. This was their reg- ular monthly meeting, following their noon lunch. President Neff Hilary called their meeting to order. With all present, they repeated the Pledge of Alle- giance. Minutes were read by secre- tary Ann Hamilton and treasurer's report byAnita Hoefer. There was no unfinished busi- ness or new business. Darby Curtis will serve lunch in July, and Mary Larson will serve lunch in August. After the business meeting adjourned, three tables of cards were played. High scores went to Nell Hilary and Ann Hamilton. Anna Boese won the door prize. Ann Hamilton, Secretary 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 @flue.com. Parade applications can be found at cityofldmballmn.org/ pages/KimbalIDaysForms. 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 vithin 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. Nominations sought for grand marshal 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. Children ages 7-12 are invited to an "Out of This World Rocket Program" at the Kimball Public Library 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thurs- day, July 7. Enjoy a morning of rocket building at the library. The attendance limit is 20 and prereg- istration is required. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Mor- rison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It provides Central Minnesota residents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, pro- gramming and information ser- vices. Kimball Library open hours: Monday 3-6, Wednesday 10-1, 3-6, Thursday 10-1, 3-8, Saturday 9-12. Minnesota Pioneer Park special show Minnesota Pioneer Park presents The Old West Society of Minnesota July 2, 3 and 4 July 2, 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day will be Cowboy Camping and Living History. There will be cast-iron cooking over a campfire, many skits with the Old West Society and Wild West Show, and many other excit- ing activities. Remember that there will be a country church service Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. Bring the kids and have some real old west fun. General admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students, chil- dren under 5 are free. 201 1 State Fair competition entry deadlines The state's best art, educa- tion and agricukural entries will be on display at the 2011 Minne- sota State Fair, Thursday, Aug. 25 through Labor Day, Sept. 5. Win- ning exhibitors will be awarded ribbons, trophies and more than $1 million in cash prizes. For complete prize lists and information on how to enter Min- nesota State Fair competitions, visit the State Fair website at www. mnstatefair.org; e-mail the compe- tition department at competition@ mnstatefair.org; or call (651) 288- 4417. Deadlines for entering Minne- sota State Fair competitions are as follows: Fine arts (registration): July 11 Dairy products: July 15 Horses: July 25 Cattle, FFA: August 1 Cattle, open class: August 1 Pigeons: August 3 Poultry: August 3 Rabbits: August 3 Dairy & boar goats: August 8 Llamas: August 8 Market goats. FFA: August 8 Sheep, FFA: August 8 Sheep, open class: August 8 Stock dog trials: August 8 Swine, FFA: August 8 Swine,open class: August 8 Creative activities (baked & canned goods pre- registration): August 9 Creative activ.ities delivery: see information at mnstatefair.org Education (pre-registration): August 9 Education delivery: see information at mnstatefair.org Christmas trees: August 10 Judging contests, FFA: August 10 Crop art & scarecrow: August 12 Crops, FFA: August 12 Farm crops: August 12 Minnesota State Fair Rural Youth Scholarship: August 12 Flowers: August 15 Fruits: August 15 Honey & bee culture: August 15 Vegetables & potatoes: August 15 Wine: August 15 Tractor driving, FFA: August 22 New corn: September I Graduation" 2011 Open Houses Saturday, July 2 2-6 p.m., Brittany LaFave, daughter of Tim LaFave and Jody Marschel, at Hidden Lake Park. 5 p.m.-?, Shannon Donnay, daughter of Harland and Ann Don- nay, at her home. *FB* Saturday, July 9 2 p.m.-?, Ryan Dammann, son of Paul and Carol Dammann, at their home (2801 165th St., Clear- water). 3-6 p.m., Josh Hendrickson, son of Dean and Belinda Hendrickson at their home (34050 732nd Ave.. Kimball). Saturday, July 16 2 p.m., Tyler Loch, son of John and Lois Loch. at their home (17682 121st Ave., Kimball). (*FB* denotes that their open house is listed on Facebook) 201t KAHS Grad Extra copies now available at the Td-County News office (downtown KimbalL) of Birth@ Thirty-two years ago I became a staff member at Kimball Ele- mentary School. Wow, have the years flown by. I feel enormously lucky to have chosen a career that has brought me so much pleasure. That pleasure came from helping to guide students to achieve their goals. It became the love of learn- ing for many and to witness stu- dents when they finally "got it?' Words can hardly express the joy and gratitude I felt at the wonderful retirement party. It was a brilliant way to catch up and personally say good-bye to all of the fantastic col- leagues, students, and community members. In fact, it felt more like a reunion than a farewell, o Thank you to the countless people who contributed their time and assistance to bring the party to such a great success filled with songs retirement anecdotes and special presentations. The flow- ers, scrapbook, cards, notes, ride in the fire truck, and gifts from staff, students, and community was so greatly appreciated. As I embark on the next phase of my life's journey, know that I take cherished memories of friendship, love, and support with me from my time in Kimball and will be with me forever. I will truly miss all of you. Thank you so very much, Paulette Hauge Stroke support program Our stroke support group offers survivors and family members a way to understand those changes and enrich their lives after a stroke or head injury. The group meets monthly from 1 to 2 p.m. on the second Wednesday at the Buffalo Hospital Rehab Center. The next meeting is Wednesday, July 13. Contact Buffalo Hospital at (763) 684-3855, or (763) 684-3888, for more information. 85 th Come help us celebrate Vera Knon-Donnay's 85th birthday from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. Please, no gifts. With new discounts and rates, now is the time to take another look. II 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 Insurance Company Home Office - MadLson, W153783 BCo221385 - 5/11 Highway West THURS, FRI, SAT, JULY 7-9,gAH~SPH SUNDAY, JULY I0, J'SPH ?o Featuring an eclea/c mix of old & new-, Scrap mete/animals, Glmware, Furnilure, /ttery & Much morel Looldne for a group ojrng? JCT OF MN #24 & MKR CTY # 17 hedme o 't'o SCo !'rag- gY and e-mail nanasattic@mehel.net personal shop_nr PH ON E 320-282-8906 g " Next sale dates August 4 7