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PAGE 8 July 28, 2016 Kimball Play & Learn Preschool now enrolling for the upcoming school year a wonderful opportunity for your Kimball Play & Learn Preschool child to build social relationships is offering a variety of classes for 3, with other students, explore and 4, & 5 year olds this fall. We have build knowledge through play, half-day preschool options avail- and engage in activities related to able 2, 3, and 4 days a week. We music, movement, and literature. are also accepting enrollment Kimball Play & Learn Preschool in our 4 Star Parent Aware rated is a fully inclusive program with Enrichment Program which offers tuition based on a sliding fee scale, half-day and full-day early child- scholarships may also be available hood learning opportunities for to qualifying families. Please con- when your child is not attending tact us with any questions or to preschool classes, register for preschool. Both the Preschool and To register, call or email Lisa Enrichment Programs offer stu- Hennen or Felicia Mills (320) dents a variety of learning experi- 398-7700, Ext. 244 or Lisa.Hennen@ encesinaplay-basedenvironment; Felicia.Mills@ and are aligned with MN's Early Learning Standards. Preschool is Visit our Webs|re at: www. News of our students KHS Class of 1969 meets PepperdineUniversity.Seaver Aug. 6 College dean's list From Kimball, Chelsey Maus, The Kimball High School is in upper 10 percent of class and Class of 1969 will get together at maintains3.5 gpa. SeaverCollege 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, at the is located in Malibu, Calif.Triple Grill & Bar in Kimball. ............ . 4-H Fashion Revue & Clothing Judging Day The Meeker County 4-H Results include - Constructed Fashion Revue and Clothing FASHION REVUE (Judging of • Adrienne Lipinski - Valley Judging Day was held Tuesday,the garment as worn on the 4-H'er Victors - Constructed July 15, at Zion Lutheran Church and their knowledge) : • Madelyn Hunt - Kimball in Litchfield. Twenty-six youth Purchased garment: Kruisers-Purchased from around the county part|c|- Grades 3-5 Mitchell Lipinski-• Mikayla Roberg - Kimball pared in the "Hollywood" themed Champion; Mackenzie Kadelbach- Kruisers - Purchased Fashion Revue Event and Clothing Reserve Champion • Adrienne Lipinski - Valley Judging Day. Grades 6-8 Madelyn Hunt- Victors-Purchased This 4-H judging experienceChampion; Mikayla Roberg- • Nellie Laidlaw-Acton Buzzers allows 4-H'ers the opportunity to: Reserve Champion Purchased • Build self-confiidence and Constructed garment: • Abagayle Shoutz - Forest City pose by developing an under- Grades 3-5 Mackenzie Livewires-Purchased standing of"self" which aids in the Kadelbach-Champion; Henry CLOTHING (Judging of the selection and making of clothing Lemke-Reserve Champion garment on a hanger and 4-H'er that is becoming and expressive of Grades 6-8 Gretta Lemke- knowledge) one's personality. Champion; Adrienne Lipinski- Purchased garment: • Develop skills in planning, Reserve Champion Overall Madelyn Hunt- selecting, and making becoming Fashion Revue Cloverbud Champion; Mikayla Roberg- clothing for different occasions, participants: Reserve Champion • Select suitable and becoming • Elizabeth Donnay Grades 3-5 Alison Waldorf- accessories and model with con- • Ryan Donnay Champion; Zoe Eblen-Reserve fidence a garment made to meet Fashion RevueCourtofHonor: Champion one's wardrobeneeds. • Mitchell Lipinski- Valley Grades 6-8 Madelyn Hunt- . Develop good posture and Victors- Purchased Champion; Mikayla Roberg- grooming habits. • Mackenzie Kadelbach - Reserve Champion • Acquire knowledge and skills Litchfield Satellites - Purchased Constructed garment: in planning, presenting, and par- • Jordyn Donnay - Kimball Overall Gretta Lemke- ticipating in Fashion Review.Kruisers - Purchased Champion; Adrienne Lip|risk|- • Practice leadership skills and • Mackenzie Kadelbach - Reserve Champion roles, take part in communityLitchfieldSatellites-Constructed Grades 3-5 Henry Lemke- affairs, and demonstrate citizen- • Henry Lemke- Valley VictorsChampion; Elizabeth Thyen- ship responsibility. - Constructed Reserve Champion • Explore career, job, and pro- • Ellie Donnay - Kimball Grades 6-8 Gretta Lemke- ductive leisure opportunities. Kruisers - Constructed Champion; Adrienne Lipinski- • Develop skills, knowledge, • Gretta Lemke - Valley Victors Reserve Champion and attitudes for lifelong use. m m n m m m m m m m m m KES supplies needed 2016/2017 Kindergarten Mark all items with student's name (1) disinfedtant wipes (surface use) (1) backpack-no wheels (1) beach towel in ~ Ziploc bag (1) box crayons - 24 count, Crayola (2) large erasers (1) Dry Erase markers - set of 4 - chisel tip (1) glue - one 8 oz. bottle, white, Elmer's (6) Elmer's Glue sticks - large (1) Kleenex - large box (1) notebook- spiral, wide-lined and subject (1) paints - tray of 8 watercolors - Prang or Crayola (1) pencil box 8.25 L x 5.25 W x 2.25 H (1) scissors - metal edged, blunt tip (1) set headphones/earbuds - inexpensive type (1) 12 ct. Dixon Ticonderoga pencil (sharpened) (1) 2 pocket folder (paper & w/out clasp) First Grade (1) disinfectant wipes (surface use) (2) 24-ct Crayola crayons (1) 4-ct. Expo low odor skinny markers (fine point) (2) Paper Mate pink erasers (large) (4) 2-pocket folder (paper without clasp) (4) Elmer's glue sticks washable purple (small) (1) Kleenex box (large) (1) 8-ct. Crayola washable paint (watercolor) (2) 12-ct.Dixon Ticonderoga pencil (sharpened) (1) scissors stainless steel blunt 5" (1) zippered pencil pouch-NO PENCIL BOXES (1) backpack - no wheels (1) Crayola 8-ct. washable markers (1) headphones (1) primary journals available for purchase at open house. Note: pencils, markers, and glue are shared, so no need to label Second Grade (1) backpack - no wheels (1) box of crayons - 24 count (2) disinfectant wipes (surface use) (1) Papermate pink eraser (large) (1) two-pocket folder (plastic & w/out clasp) (1) 8-oz. Elmer's glue (2) Elmer's glue sticks washable purple for school (large) fl) pkg. paper - quarter-in graph (2) large box Kleenex ~ :!' = (1) pencil box, small (8" by 5") (1) pack washable markers (1) box 24 count of colored pencils (1) pencil box (1) ruler - standard/metric (2) boxes of#2 pencils i (1) scissors - pointed tip (1) 8-ct. set of colored pencils (sharpened) (2) Sharpie - black fine tip/medium tip (1) scissors-pointy tip (2) composition notebooks (1) set of 8 color watercolors (classic) (1) basic calculator (1) spiral notebook - wide rule (1) Scotch tape (2) 4-ct. expo low odor dry erase (fine tip) (1) enclosed pencil sharpener (1) 24 ct. Dixon TiconderogapencilFifth Grade (sharpened) (1) calculator - basic functions Third Grade (1) box 24 count crayons (1) backpack, no wheels (1) disinfectant wipes - large, 75 count (1) box of 24 crayons (2) erasers - large size (1) disinfectant wipes - large size (1) folder - accord|an (2) erasers, large (2) glue - large sticks (3) folders two-pocket plastic (2) highlighters, any color (1) glue - 8 oz. washable (2) Kleenex - large boxes (4) glue sticks - large washable (1) set dry erase fine point markers (2) highlighter - different colors (2) fine point black Sharpies (2) Kleenex - large boxes (3) notebooks - spiral (1) 8-ct. markers - washable set (broad tip (1) notebook, composition wide ruled and classic) (1) pencil sharpener small, enclosed (1) markers, set of 4, fine point, dry erase (1) pencils - box of#2 (2) notebooks - spiral, wide lined (1) pencils - set of colored (1) pencil box 8x5x2 (2) pens - red ball point (1) pencils, box of#2 (1) ruler- standard-metric (1) 10-ct. set of colored pencils (1) school box, small (appr 8"x5") (1) ruler (1) scissors - pointed tip, adult size (1) scissors - pointed tip (1) Scotch tape roll (2) tape, Scotch (1) watercolor paints - Prang (1) watercolors, tray of 8 colors, Prang (1) tablet or Ipad (OPTIONAL) (1) set of ear buds Sixth Grade (1) Sharpie fine tip black (1) expandable file folder (7-9 files) (1) composition notebook (1) calculator (1) Post-It notes (1) Kleenex box (2) highlighters (different colors) (3) spiral narrow ruled notebook Fourth Grade (4) composition style notebooks (1) antiseptic wipes - large size (2) different color highlighters (1) backpack - to fit intocker, no wheels (1) set markers - dry erase narrow tip (1) binder 1.5" (1) set of 1O fine tip markers (1) box of crayons 24 count (1) box of#2 pencils (1) erasers - 2 large (1) set of colored pencils (1) box of#2 pencils (2) zippered pencil pouch (1) 5 pocket accord|an folder (3) red ballpoint pens (3) glue sticks - large (1) standard ruler (3) highlighters - (any color) (1) scissors (2) Kleenex - large boxes (1) glue bottle 8-oz. (1) set Markers - dry erase, set of 4 fine pt. (1) planner (1) set markers thin and regular, washable (2) 3-ring binder - 1 1/2" (3) notebooks - spiral, wide-ruled (1) ream of paper (1) paints - tray of 8 Prang watercolors " Woman I ,pinned between truck: I i and forklift | Monday, July 25, at 4:30 p.m., the Meeker County Sheriff's I Office responded to a report of a | personalinjury accident at a busi- ness located in the 300 block of | West US Highway 12, Darwin. I Upon arrival deputies learned that an employee of the business | had reached inside and turned I the ignition on a 1985 Chevy dump style truck. As the truck ] was started, it began moving in ] reverse. Michele Fjelstad, 53, of Litchfield, was standing behind | the truck and was pinned between | the truck's box and a forklift that i was parked in the shop. Fjelstad was transported to | the Meeker Memorial Hospital by | Gold Cross Ambulance and was later airlifted by Life Link to the | St. Cloud Hospital for treatment | of her injuries. The extent of her injuries is unknown at this time I butdo not appear life threatening. | Dassel Fire and Rescue assisted at the scene. I The incident remains under | investigation by the Sheriff's Office. I ! I Follow us through the I whole school year! I I P | It s EASYto renew I or subscribe! By mail, phone, I fax, weD, or m e-mail. I I (See order form on page 14.) 1