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Thursday July 28, 2011 Tri-County News • Kimball, MN Meeker Co, Federation Club Report Can you say hot? Even though The Valleyfair trip was reported on. the temperature was almost Fun was had by all. Just a reminder that 100 degrees, a tough group of 4-Her's State Fair trips need to be declared by 5 came out to the fair grounds to clean p.m. Friday. State fair packets are due by up on Monday, July 18. Once the 4-H 4 p.m. Saturday. Sunday, Oct. 9, is the building and foodstand were sparkling awards celebration at First Lutheran and in neat order, the federation meet- Church in Litchfield. ing was held. A thank you note was read After the meeting, fabulous treats fromthekidsfl]atwentontheWashing- were served by Valley Victors and Cos- ton Focus trip. Last-minute County Fair rots Comets. concerns were talked about. Katie Peterson, Meeker County 4 -H Federation Reporter It's Raining Fashion review results TheMeekerCounty4-HFashion Named to the 2011 Court Of Review was held Tuesday, July 19, Honor: at Zion Lutheran Church in Litch- • Abbey Schiefelbein-Purchased field. The Fashion Review Corn- •AbbeySchiefelbein-Constructed mittee helped to plan this event. • Daniel Williamson-Constructed This year's theme was "It's Rain- • Daniel Williamson-Purchased ing Fashion". • Kylie Carlson-Purchased Results Include: • Kaitlyn Decknatel-Purchased Purchased garment: Grades • Trinity Erickson-Purchased 3-5 Champion:Cailyn Kuechle; • Cailyn Kuechle-Purchased Reserve Champion-Trinity Erick- • Cailyn Kuechle-Constructed son and Madilyn Truenow • Adrienne Lipinski-Purchssed Grades 6-8 Champion-Maicy • Bailee Schiefelbein-Purchased Vossen; Reserve Champion-Matt • Bailee Schiefelbein-Constructed Krumrie • Madilyn Truenow-Purchased Grades 9-12 Champion-Jade • MaggieBeach-Constructed Kutzke; Reserve Champion-Katie • Jade Kutzke-Purchased- Peterson • Jane Hulterstrum-Constructed Constructed garment: Grades ° Katie Peterson-Purchased 3-5 Champion Abbey Schiefelbein; ° Tess Vossen-Purchased Reserve Champion-Bailee Schief- • Matt Krumrie-Purchased elbein • Maicy Vossen-Purchased Grades 6-8 Champion-June •ShelbySchiefelbein-Purchased Hulterstrum State Fair Line Up (5 Trips Cloverbuds: Awarded): • Caitlyn Atkinson-Purchased 1. Jade Kutzke-Purchased • Kristen Hilbert-Purchased 2. Maicy Vossen-Purchased • Madelyn Hunt-Purchased 3. Katie Peterson-Purchased • Ellie Kuechle-Purchased 4. lane Hulterstrum-Constructed • Kendalyn Schmidt-Purchased 5. Matt Krumrie-Purchased • Abigail Truenow-Purchased 6. Tess Vossen-Purchased • Laura Beach-Constructed 7. Shelby Schiefelbein-Purchased • GretaHulterstrum-Constructed 8. NicoleKrumrie-Purchased • Madelyn Hunt-Constructed 9. Tori Barka-Purchased • Ellie Kuechle-Constructed 10. Nicole Knickerbocker- , Abigail Truenow-Constructed Purchased • Darrin Williamson-Constructed 11. Kaitlyn Truenow-Purchased News of our students Bemidji State University spring dean's list BSU Students must have a 3.25 grade point average and carry 12 or more semester hours to be listed on the dean's list. From South Haven: Lisa Morris. FromWatkins: Krisfina Knutson. School supplies wanted for Kimball Food Shelf School is on the horizon, which means it is time to start thinking about back to school. One glim- mer of excitement comes from get- ting brand new school supplies to use for a new school year. Stud- ies show that students who are well equipped with school sup- plies for the first day of school are more likely to succeed throughout the school year. Unfortunately, for many children this is luxury their families cannot afford, including those in our own community. This year, as you and your family are out buying supplies for the coming school year, please pick up a few extra supplies for those in need in our community. Donations can be dropped off at the Kimball Area Food Shelf or your local church. ThankYou Mary Mathies Kimball Area Food Shelf Coordinator The 2011 Tri-County Resource Guide is available online at www. tricou n tynews, MN Page 13 Kimball Area is looking for old copies of bring them our Omce.