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Pa00e 8 sports Leisure Ridgewater College leads football camp at KAHS Coaches from Ridgewater Community College held football camp in Kimball June 21 and 22. Forty-eight players in grades 7-12 attend- ed the camp. Additional camps will be held later this summer. Staff be held at Kimball Area High School football fields. The Kimball staff would like to thank the staff and players of Ridgewater for coming out to Kimball to put on this camp. The coaches involved were Rob Baum- garn (head coach), Jim Mitteness, Ken Heitzman, and Justin Boike. Players from Ridgewater were Ion Carter, Robert Johnson, Jackson Illies, Kris Belfrey, Aaron Belfrey, Corey Dammann, and Jeff Kalow. Good luck to the Warriors in the upcoming season. We would like to thank the many people that have made these camps possible. The Sports Boosters have done a great job to support the program. "The Preserve" and Paul Sundin, thanks for helping our athletes get "bigger, faster, and stronger," and thanks to the parents of the play- ers who support their sons during the summer and during the sea- son. Thank you and "Go Cubs." The Kimball football coaching staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. By Jamie Leither, Coach Monday and Tuesday, June 21 and 22, the Kimball football pro- gram had the coaching staff of Ridgewater Community College come and share some of their drills with our players. There were 48 players from grades 7-12 who attended this camp. The players received a lot of personal instruc- tion from the staff. Many new play- ers to the program took advantage of this opportunity to get to know their teammates and learn what positions they might like to try in the fall. The varsity players took this time to get themselves ready for the trip that the team was taking to Duluth for a team camp to scrimmage four other teams. The young men are working hard in the weight room, passing scrimmages, and other camps to make themselves bet- ter for the upcoming season. There will be other camps for the players in grades 9-12 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. each night, July 26-29. This will also Baseball Wed., July 7, 7:30 p.m., at Delano. SAT., JULY 10, 4 P.M., V. GRANITE CITY GRAYS. SUN., JULY 11, 2 P.M., V. LUXEMBURG. Wed., July 14, 7:30 p.m., at Dassel. Visit kimballexpress.com, the official website of Kimball Express. Legal Notice UNOFFICIAL MINUTES CLEARWATER RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT BOARD OF MANAGERS MEETING JUNE 9, 2010-7:00 PM ANNANDALE MIDDLE SCHOOL, ANNANDALE, MN Manager Brunsell called the regular meeting to order at 7 p.m. Managers Bob Schiefelbein, Mark Kampa, Jerry Risberg, Roland Froyen, and Marvin Brunsell were present. Others in attendance were Attorney Stan Weinberger, Meeker County Commissioner Wally Strand, Wright County Com- missioner Rose Thelen, Engineer Norm Wenck, Administrator Merle Anderson, and Assistant Adminis- trator Dennis Loewen. Motion #10-06-1: Schiefel- bein, seconded by Kampa, made a motion to adopt the Agenda. All managers voted aye. Motion #10-06-2: Risberg, sec- onded by Schiefelbein, made a motion to adopt the Consent Agenda. All managers voted aye. Motion #10-06-3: Kampa, sec- onded by Risberg, made a motion to pay bills. All managers voted aye. Attorney Weinberger presented guidance on whether or not grant proposals submitted by the CRWD could be funded by the 1980 Proj- ect Maintenance Fund. Mr. Wein- berger began his explanation by saying that the CRWD must main- tain projects at their original level of effectiveness and efficiency. This can be accomplished by rou- tine maintenance or extraordi- nary repair and maintenance. He also felt that the Kingston Wetland Feasibility Study &amp; Restoration, Lake Betsy Hypolimnetic Nutrient Reduction, Reducing Phosphorus Loads to Lake Betsy by Protect- ing Willow Creek, and the Clear- water River Watershed Fertilizer Field Trial could be funded by the 1980 Project Maintenance Fund. The 1980 project would have to be amended to include the Watkins Area Stormwater Filtration Project. All of these actions would require an engineer's technical specifica- tions report, financial plan, and a public hearing. Motion #10-06-4: Risberg, sec- onded by Kampa, made a motion to order an Engineer's Technical Specification Report for the Kings- KIMBALL EXPRESS SCORES: J June 30 th, 2010 -Kimball 2 (18-5 Overall, 10-2 CVL), Litchfiell 5 ! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E j Kimball 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 5 1 Litchfield 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 6 1 LP: Matt Dingmann (4-2) I PIay er I # ] AB I BBIRI U I Rml SO ] Avg. [ Brooks Marquardt 3 5 0 0 1 0 1 .333 Matt Dingmann 9 4 1 0 0 0 1 .212 Adam Theis 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 .268 Scott Marquardt 8 3 1 0 1 0 0 .385 Brian Marquardt 5 2 0 1 0 0 0 .333 Aaron Knaus 22 4 0 1 0 0 1 .338 Alec Erhard 13 4 0 0 0 1 0 .329 Andy Dingmann 16 2 1 0 0 0 0 .200 Shawn Dahlinger 17 1 0 0 0 0 0 .143 Jason Tenney 4 3 0 0 1 0 1 .154 Lee Weisbrich 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .214 2B: A. Theis 1 (2) RBI: A. Erhard 1 (13) I Player I#t 'P IRSl ER IBBI H I HR.. I SO I ERA I Matt Dingmann 9 7 4 2 4 4 0 3 1.97 Kevin Thompson 24 l I 1 0 2 0 0 6.75 Thursday, July 8, 2010 ............ .i=Coqnty News * Kimball, MN ton Wetland Feasibility Study & Restoration, Lake Betsy Hypolim- netic Nutrient Reduction, Reduc- ing Phosphorus Loads to Lake Betsy by Protecting Willow Creek, the Clearwater River Watershed Fertilizer Field Trial, and the Wat- kins Area Stormwater Filtration Project. All managers voted aye. Engineer Wenck distributed and reviewed a draft CRWD Water- shed Management Plan. Managers will review and submit comments and/or suggestions at the next CRWD Work Session. Administrator Anderson indi- cated that he has not received sug- gested changes to the Cory Meier- hofer Easement. Assistant Administrator Loe- wen reviewed the following: 1. Lake Louisa Hills payment for CRWD services. 2. Wandering Ponds Estates under new ownership. 3. Upcoming Conservation Corps MN site visit on Clearwa- ter River during the week of June 14th. 4.Received $63,810 of the $70,900 grant for the Willow Creek stormwater protection effort. Engineer Wenck presented quotes for 2010 maintenance activities. Motion #10-06-5: Froyen, sec- onded by Kampa, made a motion to authorize $2,635 for septic tank pumping and cleaning and $19,017.30 for maintenance on Segner Ponds, Kingston Wetland, and the fish trap. All managers voted aye. Administrator Anderson reviewed the following: 1. Grant agreement with the Board of Water and Soil Resources for the Willow Creek stormwater effort. 2. The Clearwater River Total Maximum Daily Load Imple- mentation Plan is now posted on the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency website. 3. Letter from Reed Larson, Manager of North Central Region, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, explaining that he has reviewed the CRWD Implemen- tation Plan and finds it consistent with the conclusions drawn from previous studies. Addendums and revisions to the implementation plan are anticipated and neces- sary. Manager Brunsell indicated that residents of 103rd Street in Corinna Township have contacted him regarding wastewater treat- ment needs. Manager Kampa asked Attor- ney Weinberger if his involvement in the Lake Augusta Channel West cleanout is a conflict of interest as he is a manager of the CRWD. Attorney Weinberger indicated that a conflict would be caused if manager Kampa received a con- tract to do the work when others could be hired at an equal or lesser cost. Manager Risberg reported that there were mallards on Grass Lake. Wright County Commissioner Thelen distributed information for Bertrum Lake Family Fun Day. Assistant Administrator Loe- wen reviewed the following: 1. Waterfront Restaurant vari- ance request to Stearns County. 2. Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation District reso- lution. 3. Indication of Letter of Sup- port for the Jerpseth Ravine Res- toration. 4. Vergin buffer and waterway near completion. Motion #10-06-6: Froyen, sec- onded byRisberg, made amotion to request Board Chairman Brunsell to forward the Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation District Resolution regarding shoreland stabilization and improvement to the Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts. All managers voted aye. Motion #10-06-7: Froyen, sec- onded by Schiefelbein, made a motion for Assistant Administra- tor Loewen to develop a letter of support for the Jerpseth Ravine Restoration. All managers voted aye. Motion #10-06-8: Schiefel- bein, seconded by Kampa made a motion to adjourn. All managers voted aye. These minutes are available at: <www.crwd.org>. CRWD Audit Reports are avail- able at the Annandale Public Library. Board Chairman, Marvin Brunsell Secretary, Mark Kampa Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, July 8, 2010. Hew 'Mymoney' website can help you with your money By Steven Thayer, District Manager There's good news for Ameri- cans who want help getting a han- dle on their finances. The official government website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics of financial education, <www. mymoney.gov>, is now loaded with more information and is even eas- ier to use. The new site has enhanced interactive features and provides more resources to Americans seeking information that can help with their personal financial deci- sions. The new <www.mymoney.gov> website creates an online point of access to financial informa- tion from the 21 federal agencies, departments, and bureaus, includ- ing Social Security, that comprise the Financial Literacy and Educa- tion Commission. Visitors to the site can find information about how to plan, financially, for a host of life events, such as the birth or adoption of a child, home own- ership, or retirement. Users also can find information targeted to their personal or professional situ- ation. For instance, the site offers resources for teachers, military service members, women, parents, youth, and employers. The site also provides money management tools including a financial savings calculator, worksheets for estab- lishing a household budget, and a college preparation checklist. The site also is available in Spanish. The effort to make the website as helpful and useful to Americans will be ongoing, with improve- ments expected to continue. In addition to being a mem- ber of the commission responsible for this site, Social Security offers other ways to help you with your finances. For example, you can use the online Retirement Estimator to get a personalized, instant esti- mate of what your future retire- ment benefits will be in different situations. The estimator is avail- able at <www.socialsecurity.gov/ estimator>. Learn more about Social Secu- rity at <www.socialsecurity.gov>. For more about the basics of financial education, whether you're buying a house or balanc- ing your checkbook, visit <www. mymoney.gov>. We have J11 Plat Books with 9-1-1 addresses and legal land descriptions from $23. 00 + tax downtown Kimball (320) 398-5000