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Page 10 Students Youth Thursday, July 18, 2013 Tri ATTN: Kimball EV-W class of Keep kids euJ=¢ 'rEAx,. Classmates '57 1978 healthy at the We will celebrate our 56th Class The Eden Valley-Watkins 1978 Reunion at Triple R Grill & Bar in class reunion will be held at Dino's petting zoo Kimball at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Eden Lakeside Club (downstairs) ByDebBotzek-Linn Sept. 11. Call Dave Kothe at (320) from 5-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, UofMExtension 236-2311 or Rich Stenger at (320) Call Deb at (763) 502-8778 with Summertime brings the oppor- • 282-9076. any questions, tunity for kids and families to visit ATFN: Kimball Classmates of 1983 petting zoos, county fairs or farms. Children enjoy feeding the goats, It's hard to believe that we will of 1983," or e-mail khendrickson petting a rabbit, holding a baby be celebrating our 30th year class 12Cahoo.corn, and you will be pro- chick or riding a pony. Unfortu- reunion. A small committee has vided more information about this nately; in addition to the cute baby been working to plan this spe- event. If parent, grandparents or animals, petting zoos sometimes cial event. Please hold and block community members can help get allow kids to meet critters with off Saturda Sept. 7, at 6 p.m. at the the word out to any of our former names like Salmonella or E. coli Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. We classmates of 1983, we would greatly 0157:H7. These bacteria live in the FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT plan to have a happy hour, din- appreciate it. We would like to see a intestinal tracts of some animals YOU CAN MCCANN 320.905.2679 ner, music and a small program, strongtum-outforour30thretmion and are shed in the droppings. Ani- To sign up, and get further infor- and appreciateanyandallsupportin mal fur, hair, skin and saliva can marion about the event, please helping to get the word out to some become contaminated with bacte- go on Facebook to "Kimball Class ofour former classmates, ria from the droppings and trans- --r-lmae' I Hews of our students touchmissi°nor maYare licked° pet, [ North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D. graduates While petting zoos can be an From South Haven, Monty Gregoire, certificate in Precision Machin- excellent educational and social " d '  ingTechnology event, unfortunately, many peo- -=,e m Scot Winkelman, certificate in Welding Technology. pie become sick every year because '"i j['j,/ College of St. Scholastica, Duluth graduation May 12, 2013 of a visit to an animal exhibit. The *'.;:(:  :E € From Watkins, Mandy Krippner, Master of Science in Family Nurse human-animal contact can result Practitioner. in an uncomfortable bout of store- - Montana State University, Bozeman, dean's list ach and intestine/illness with dehy- Families From Kimball, Nicole Klein. dration or more serious illness. At Minnesota State Mankato dean's list a higher risk for infection are chil- Children From South Haven, Andrea Paumen, Honor List; dren less than 5 years of age, preg- ,!1101 From Watkins, Bradley Holtz, Honor List; nant women and those with weak- ':  ' University of Minnesota, Morris accepts Neil Helgeson ened immune systems. t From South Haven, Neil Helgeson has been accepted to attend U of your The good news is that kids S -  I'ts M, Morris. can have a fun time with the ani- Bethel University, St. Paul, graduation mals as the intervention to prevent Copy t From South Haven, Jeremy Tuholski. son of Scott Tuholski, earned a illness is known--it's called hand- RstOlltlon BA in Biblical & Theological Studies. washing! ALWAYS wash hands after leaving the animal facility and pet- News of our students ting or holding the animals. In a ....... 2012 Minnesota County Fair Petting  'i The following Kimball students have been named to the Dean's List Zoo Study; 96 percent of the petting or President's List for spring 2013 at the St. Cloud Technical and Com- Downtown Kimball munity College zoos provided hand hygiene facili- ties, but on average, only 25 percent Dean's List (3.5 to 3.9 GPA) Lucas Carlson, Cardiovascular Technology and Liberal Arts and Sci- of the visitors washed their hands ences AA after leaving the petting zoo (Schiff- Lauren Edwards, Liberal Arts and Sciences AA man, unpublished data 2012). Cre- ating soap lather during a 20-sec- Rebecca Garding, Health Information Technology and Liberal Arts ond handwashing after leaving the and Sciences AA F honda Roka q odd VanNur & Process Control President's List (4.0 GPA) Katie Beck, Electric al Co Hews of our students as SCTC Dean's and President's Lists The following South Haven residen List or President's List for spring 2013: Dean's List (3.5 to 3.9 GPA) Alex Barthel, Auton Lotives Service Tc Tesslynn Callander, Dental Hygiene ] ing EVEREADY e Super Heavy Duty  carbon zinc batteries are the We Have a 40 Foot Wall of Bolts/ zoo and before eating is signifi- Rhonda Rokala, Child & Adult Care and Education Todd VanNurden, Energy Technical Specialist and Instrumentation cantly protective. Avoid bringing items into the petting area that would go into babies and children's mouths, such Katie Beck, Electrical Construction Technology baby bottles, pacifiers, spill- proof cups, food, beverages and infant toys. These items can easily fall on the ground and become con- The following South Haven residents have been named to the Dean's taminated. If possible, park strollers out- side of animal areas as the wheels Alex Barthel, Automotives Service Technician get dirty and contaminate the car, house, and kids play on and around Katelyn Kkinen, Liberal Arts and Sciences AA strollers. Marcus Laudenbach, Medium/Heavy Truck Technician The most important rules to fol- Joseph Mosley, Liberal Arts and Sciences AA low when visiting the petting zoo Stephen Tiemann, Health Sciences Broad Field and Pre-Practical Nurs- are to wash your hands, make sure the animals don't kiss your face and President's List (4.0 GPA) keep children's fingers out of their Melissa Hechtel, Child & Adult Care, and Education and Paraprofes- mouths. For all children, animal sional Educator contact should be carefully super- Matthew Lhinski, Plumbing, Shop Management vised by an adult. Have fun and stay Stephanie Miller, Surgical Technology healthy! Megan Wiils, Dental Assistant WATINS:  . SOUTH HAVEN: