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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. PAGE 7 ]une 30,2016 Grad open Little Miss Kimball Ambassador candidates wanted houses The Little Miss Kimball girls ages 7-10 living within the be picked up and dropped off at Ambassador committee is seek- Kimball Area School District. The Kimball City Hall. ing candidates for the Little Miss fee to participate is $40. Deadline to sign up is Friday, Kimball pageant as part of the The maximum limit is 10 girls July 8. For more information, call Kimball Days 2016 celebration (the first 10 girls signed up will be Patty Decknatel at (320) 250-2302. Aug. 12-14. This event is open to the contestants). Applications can Graduation open houses and no cost to 2016 Kimball or Eden Little Miss Watkins candidates sought parties are being scheduled. Be Valley-Watkins graduates! (Watch sure to let us know the details so for the graduation issues in next The Watkins Lions Club will be written to Watkins Lions Club, we can publish them here. There's week's Tri-CountyNews.) again be sponsoring the Little and mailed to 250 Western Ave. Friday, July 8 Sunday, July 10 Miss Watkins Pageant during the Watkins, MN 55389. All sponsor 4-8 p.m., Abigail Flaschenriem, 12-5 p.m., Heidi Geislinger, Kraut 'N Wurst annual celebration checks must be received prior to daughter of Rob and Julie daughter of Steve and Cindy Aug. 5. the Little Miss Watkins Tea Party Flaschenriem, at their home (131 Geislinger, at their home (65144 All girls who are full-time res- Wednesday, July 20. idents of Watkins with a Watkins The Little Miss Watkins Tea State Hwy. 55, Watkins). (EVW) 355th St., Watkins). (EVW) address, who have completed kin- Party will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 9 Saturday, July 16 dergarten through second grade Wednesday, July20, at theWatkins 2-6 p.m., Alexa Mackedanz, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Abbey Straley, may qualify for the pageant. Lions Club located at the skating daughter of Harold & Lisa daughter of Dawn and Lawrence Each eligible candidate mustrink. At least one parent or guard- Mackedanz, at Watkins Sports- Straley, at 16505 13th Ave., South find her own sponsor. If any busi- ian should attend the tea party man's Park. (EVW) Haven. (K) hess inWatkins wouldlike to spon- with the candidate. Candidate pic- sor a candidate they may do so as tures, pageant practice and dance well. All candidate sponsors will routine will be explained at the tea News of our students be required to pay a $25 entry fee party, so all sponsored candidates for their candidate. Checks should must attend. Northern Michigan Universitylaude announces its graduates. From Kimball, Ashlyn ]endro, BS Sports Science University of Minnesota, Morris Bridgette Anderson of Kimball has been accepted to attend lJ of M Morris St. Olaf College, Northfield, dean's list From Kimball, Megan Bisila, English, Asian Studies, daughter of Peter Bisila and Laurie Bisila. To qualify, must have gpa 3.75 or higher. St. Cloud State University graduation May 6 From Eden Valley, Kayla Schlangen, Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences From Eden Valley, Katie Theis, Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education, summa cure From Kimball, Ellen Rainer, Bachelor of Elective Studies in KAHS Boys' Basketball Camp Communication Sciences and Disorders, cure laude From Kimball, Damon Westrich, Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Sports Management From South Haven, lames Fort, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Teaching, cure laude From South Haven, Stephanie Helm, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, cure laude From Watkins, Kaitlin Dick, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences, cure laude University of Wisconsin-Green Bay dean's list from Watkins, Marissa Warren, semester high honors, 3.99 to 3.75 gpa. The Little Miss Watkins Pageant will be held at the grand stand in McCarthy Park at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5. Alternate rain location will be held at the Watkins Village Hall. The deadline to register can- didates and sponsors is Monday, luly 18. To register a candidate, please contact Emily Piccerillo at (320) 224-3562, or (320) 764-2135. Please be prepared to supply the candidate's name, parent's names, sponsor's name and last grade completed for the candidate. Trap send-off and welcome-home BylayKlein, Coach various shooting contests both Gustafson, Ty Gustafson, Adam The Kimball Boys' Basketball as a team and on individual level Hilbert, Weston Hine, Michael Program recently hosted theirthroughout the week. The players Hoffman, Mason Host, Lucas summer basketball camp for improved greatly over the course lansky, Noah lurek, Keali'i Kapoi, gradesT-12andatotalof29players of the camp. Gavin Loch, Andrew Lueders, Ace participated. The players worked Participants in the Boys' Meyer, Riley Miller, Greg Platt, on basketball fundamentals in Basketball Camp included: Hunter lake Spaulding, Simon Stang, the areas of ball handling, drib- Ahlrich, Gabe Becker, Brian Zack Streit, lake Traurig, levonte bling, passing, shooting, rebound- Binsfeld, Carl Blanchard, Hayden Victor, Devin Waldorf and Darius ing, and defense. Campers also Gagnon, Casey Gohmann, Skylor Westrich. competed in different games and Gruba, Chase Gustafson, Drew ass At noon Friday, June 24, the Kimball trap team had a Fire Department escort out of town on their way to Prior Lake for the State tournament. The team (above) posed for a photo with the coaches. Coming home Saturday evening, they had another escort back to the high school. The photo below shows the team convoy following a fire truck heading west on Hazel Avenue across Main Street. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua. The Kimball High School class of 1971 held its 45th reunion Saturday evening, June 25, at Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. In front are Roger Linn, Mickey Brower, Pam (Froehling) Smoley, Marilyn Gordon, and Tom Bowatz; in the middle are Paul Ruhland, Deb (Boggs) Brower, Jackie (Johnson) Ruhland, Pat (Donnay) Huhn, Jean (Vannurden) Brager, Joan Meyers, Emily (Krippner) Fernholz, Connie Pelzer, Carl Hoffman, Lorrie (Brown) Rugg, Janice (Johnson) Schutz, and Gloria (Lovejoy) Laney; in back are Paul Gannon, Jenny Rahe, Wanda (Stuve) Miller, Randy Callander, Deb (Lang) Seifert, Mitch Hoefer, John Stein, Karen Stang, KenRosha, Darrel Ashfeld, Bob Rothstein, Vern Klaverkamp, and Mary (Greeley) Bartz. Not pictured is Greg Gunderson, and hiding in the back is Joy (Donabauer) Mathies. Submitted photo.