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.............. Blood Drive in Watkins, July 20 Wednesday, July 20, there will, or by calling Theresia be a Blood Drive from 1-7 p.m. at at (320) 764-7251, or Betty at (320) the Watkins Village Hall. You can 764-9163. Walk-ins are always wel- save up to three lives with your come. Thank you for your past donation. Appointments can donations and we hope to see you be scheduled online at redcross there. Dementia, caregiver event July 22 Litchfield ACT Alzheimer's ACTion Team to offer movie "Still Alice" This movie will be shown at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 22, at the "Little Theater" in the Litchfield High School, 901 N. Gilman Ave. in Litchfield. interest to anyone who would like to learn about Alzheimer's and dementia, community members, and especially caregivers and professionals. Refreshments will be pro- vided in the lobby. Attendance is At 6 p.m. speaker Sandy Oltzfree, but please register online at will share her story,, or This presentation would be of call (320) 693-4590. Grandparenting: What has changed? (July 25) Discover your new role as grandparents from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, July 25, at the St. Cloud Hospital - Women & Children's Center Classroom. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and other caregivers are wel- come to attend this informational session to learn about the latest Today, grandparents represent one-third of the nation's popula- tion with 1.7 million new grand- parents each year. Additionally, the average age of becoming a grandparent in the United States is 48 years old. Visit, for addi- tional dates and times in St. Cloud, changes in newborn care, feed- Sauk Centre and Monticello. ing methods and safety for sleep, Please call (320) 656-7021, with playtime and travel, any questions. Enter the Annual Dassel Flower Show, July 28 Area residents who enjoy flower gardening and arranging are invited to participate in the annual flower show, sponsored by the Dassel Area Historical Society. It will take place Thursday, July 28, at the Dassel History Center, 901 First St. N., Dassel. The theme of the show this year is "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" in recognition of the State Class B Amateur Baseball Tournament in and early September. Both horticultural specimens and arrangements are welcome and will be judged. Rules, tips and schedule are available at the Dassel History Center, (320) 275- 307Z, and on the website www.dasselhistory There is no entry fee. A public viewing will be from 2-4 p.m. with music, refresh- ments and a flower arranging Dassel scheduled for late August demonstration. South Haven Festival, July 30 The South Haven Festival is Methodist Church. Parade entries, Saturday, July 30. The parade is at crafters or non-food vendors are 11 a.m. followed by car show, fam- welcome, no sign-up is necessary. ily activities, pie and coffee, food Music is by Wagon Wheelers at stand and Santa, all at the United 4-8 p.m. at Bedrock Bar & Grill. Camp Friendship volunteers needed Aug. 3 Make a difference 108th St. NW, Annandale. Camp Friendship Auxiliary's For more information, please next monthly meeting is at call Shirley Olson at (952) 201- 9a.m.Wednesday, Aug. 3, atCamp 4710, or Karen Staaf at (612) Friendship Dining Hall, 10509 598-8479. Kraut N' Wurst Parade, Aug. 6 If there is anyone interested please call Tootz at (320) 764-2109, in putting a unit in the Watkins or (320) 764-9635, or Brenda at Kraut N' Wurst Parade for Aug. 6, (320) 764-2112. Kimball Days, Aug. 12-14 Parade units wanted. Forms Nominate a Grand Marshal. are located at Kimball City Hall or Forms are located at Kimball City on the city's website. Hall or on the city's website. Rosanna Dahlinger Parade Coordinator At your site or at our secure auction facility LET OUR YEARS OF AUCTION EXPERIENCE WORK FOR YOUI Specializing in: ~ i II Real Estate .JilOJIl LI I Consignments I | Farm & Business Uquidations ! I I Estate/Persnal Prperty I ~ ~ Online ATactio. Options Available! 7 ~ ! Kimball Library programs The Kimball Public Library is offering the following programs. Kindermusik - July 18 Preschoolers ages 3 to 5 are invited to a Kindermusik program at the Kimball Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 18. Children will practice their motor skills in activities that include singing, instrument play and movement. The attendance limit is 10 children and each child must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required. Sunshine Storytime - July 20 Children ages 3 to 8 are invited to Sunshine Storytime at the Kimball Public Library 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 20. Experience stories, songs and a fun craft. The attendance limit is 24. Registration is required but if space is available, walk-ins will be welcome. Sponsored by the Kimball Area Friends of the Library. For more information, con- tact the Kimball Public Library at (320) 398-3915. The Life of Pets The Legend of Tarmn Findi Dory MikeandDaveNeed WeddingDates Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Hwy. 55 Kimball 320-398-3965 PAGE 3 14,2016 nr .................... Vivian Vadner 80th An open house 80th birthday celebration is planned for Vivian Schmidt Vadner Sunday, July 24. It is 1-3 p.m. at South Haven City Hall. All are welcome. Hosted by her children. Konz-McKenzie Daniel and Tammy Konz ot Kimball announce the engage- ment of their daughter Amanda Louise to John McKenzie, son ot David and JoAnn McKenzie of North St. Paul. Amanda is a 2002 gradu- ate of Kimball Area High school, and a 2004 graduate of College of St. Catherine. She is currently employed by CDI and Meeker Memorial Hospital. John is a 1998 graduate of North St. Paul schools, and is employed by RJM Companies Minneapolis. A Sept. 10, 2016, wedding is planned at St. Annes Catholic Church in Kimball. ] Hilltop Health Care Center/Garden View, and Farmers State Bank JULY 21 FREE POOL DAY, 12:30e.M. - June Pool Day Passes available ONLY at: AgVenture Feed & Seed - .owel! CentraSota robZyur" Flash s News AN ECLECTIC MIX OF OLD, ] NFw zN-B N i Photos posted on facebook, i