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....... ..... www.tricountynews.mn ............ i! ii III1'1 I nn 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 Dassel scheduled for late August demonstration. 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- 3077, dahs@dassel.com, and on the website www.dasselhistory center.org. There is no entry fee. A public viewing will be from 2-4 p.m. with music, refresh- ments and a flower arranging 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. Corn feed in Fairhaven Park coming soon The Fairhaven Lions Corn Feed when the corn is at its peak good- in the Park is coming soon. Watch ness!) The location will be in the for date beginning in August. FairhavenPark. (The date will be determined by National Night Out Aug. 2 this event. There will be Kids' Water Ball, and fire extinguisher demonstara- tions, also serving hot dogs, chips and pop. Free-will donations will benefit Sam Rossman. All are National Night Out is 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the Kimball Area Fire Hall. The city of Kimball, with the Kimball Area Fire and Rescue Department, and the Kimball Police Department are presenting welcome. Watkins Legion Membership dinner Aug. 2 The Watkins American Legion Membership Dinner is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 2. Social hour is 6 p.m. and dinner is 7 p.m. Dinner is free for members, their spouses, and new members. The meeting is at 8:30. Spouses are welcome, as well free dinner. as anyone interested in joining our Legion Club. The Watkins American Legion would also like to extend a special invitation to the spouses of our deceased Legion members. Please join us for the social hour and a Camp Friendship volunteers needed Aug. 3 St. NW, Annandale. For more information, please call Shirley Olson at (952) 201- 4710, or Karen Staaf at (612) 598-8479. Make a difference Camp Friendship Auxiliary's meetings are at 9 a.m. the first Wednesday of the month (April- November) at Camp Friendship Dining Hall located at 10509 108th Kraut N' Wurst Parade, Aug. 6 If there is anyone interested please call Tootz at (320) 764-9635, in putting a unit in the Watkins or Brenda at 764-2112 or (320) Kraut N' Wurst Parade for Aug. 6, 266-6975. Eden Valley Blood Drive Aug. 10 The American Red Cross will be in Eden Valley from 1-7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10, at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Appointments available online at www.redcrossblood.org, or by calling or texting Bonnie at (320) 282-1468, or via email to mbmeyer@meltel.net Remember your identification - it is required to donate. 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 Kids Pedal Tractor Pull Aug. 12 The State-sanctioned Kids equipment are furnished. The Pedal Tractor Pull is planned for location is the Post Office parking Kimball Days Friday, Aug. 12. lot. This is for ages 4-11, and spun- Sign-up time is 5:30 p.m., start sored by Arnolds of Kimball and time is 6 p.m. All tractors and Hendricks Bus Service. Kimball Days lip sync contest Aug. 13 Lip sync contest will be held Kimball Days Facebook page, or Saturday, Aug. 13, 2 p.m. at come to city hall for information. St. Anne's. To sign up, go to e Searchable, Archived, Accessible 24/7 Sunday, Aug crops pie & ice cream! We omel Lake Union Covenant Church 74526 CSAH 19, South Haven Proceeds support Covenant Women Min~es 0t Lake Union Church ..... KAHS training in CPR/AED/ FirstAid CPR/AED/First Aid Training Wednesday, Aug. 10 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Kimball Area High School. The Kimball School District extends an invitation to the community to partici- pate in the CPR/AED/First Aid Certification class. Cost for the community is $50/person for ages 11 and up. To register for the class, just e-mail your first and last name and e-mail address with a note stating you want to sign up for the CPR class. I will check my e-mail prior to the class date and add your name to the mas- ter list. Consider this e-mail your confirmation. E-mail address is dana.narr@ kimball.kl2.mn.us. Bring your own lunch and snacks/drinks you may eat during the class We will be doing training on the floor (if you require health modifications let me know via e-mail in advance) Dana Narr, RN District Nurse Kimball Public Schools Suicde Squad (8/4) Ice Age: Collision 7ne Seoet Life of eets Star Trek: Beyond Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 PAGE 3 July 28, 2016 PARADE Saturday, 11 am CHURCH Great River Rail Mod Grp 104 .... Polish Horse Shoes 11-4 . e-GOd, Home 11-2 _. . _ I,'lne ;ar Haces 1.3 IVendors Crafts 11.2 J | [Jazz Band 11:30-1 Sidewalk Art t.3 [ IKid's Games 11:30-N on Bedrock Bar & Grill 4-8 1 fl aaa l , Noon-1 featuring Wagon WheeI Ba d on the Grill/ Ren e Wendinger Orphan Train Author Thursday, August 4, 7 p.m. F en Valley Area Library 306 State Street Ren6e Wendinger will present An Orphan Train Experience Her two books on this subject will available after the presentation. Join us for Annual Barbecued Chicken & Smoked Pork Chop Sunday, July 31 Serving 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sportsman's Club Park on Browns Lake 1/4 Chicken Kids 02 t under)....$5.00 1/2 Chicken ............ $8.50 1/4 Chicken ...................................... $7.50 1 Pork Chop. .......... $8.50 I/4 Chicken & 1 Pork Chop...$9.50 2 Pork Chops ......... $10.50 .Refreshments Available..