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A IDIIYIA[MIIBIEIG G EIALEIEMU o I.IwlAILILIAIclE I ITAINISlEIKIEIsl k A I K R s IRlilDIRI.UIBI,IN I E IEILIslIslTIYILIE I _:.---- -  N W[ ;ILL 1-002 p. Wells Pumps Water Conditioning 1-800-450-800( tmc00a00tp Going away party for drugs and crimes The city of Kimball will par- ticipate in National Night Out, Aug. 4, 2009. National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness: gen- erate support for, and participa- tion in local anti-crime programs; stengthen neighborhood spirit and police community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighbor- hoods are organized against crime. National Night Out has proven over the last 24 years to be an effective, inexpensive and enjoyable pro- gram to promote neighborhood and police community partner- ships in our fight for a safer nation. Plus, the benefits your community will derive from National Night Out will most certainly extend well behond the one night. The plans for Kimball's obser- vance will be as follows: The event will be held at Wil- low Creek Park from 6 to 8 p.m., FREE root beer floats. Hamburg- ers and hotdogs will be available to purchase from the Kimball United Methodist Youth "Group. Free live music by Tim Diffley, sponsored by Tim Diffley. There will also be a coloring contest for kids age 6-10, sponsored by the city of Kimball. The Kimball Police Depart- ment will be doing FREE fingerprinting. Kimball Area Fire & Res- cue Department will have their fire and rescue trucks on display with handout infor- mation. Donn Driver will have information on severe weather. Community Ed. will also be hav- ing Arts in the Park. There will be coloring books and pencils for the kids. There will be a short program "at 7 p.m., with the mayor, fire chief and police chief. Everyone is encouraged to attend this evening of rootbeer floats, fun and visiting with your fellow residents and be informed about how you can help fight drugs and crime in your town. We are also asking that the residents turn their porch lights on from 8 to 10 p.m., alerting everyone that we are a community against crime and drugs. Retiree Appreciation Day Aug. 29 at Camp Ripley Retirees from all branches of the retirees, spouses, widows and/or Des Moines/Altoona, Iowa; Aug. 28, guests to receive updated informa- tion about retiree entitlement pro- grams. For more'information and reg- istration, call the Camp Ripley Retirement Services Office at (763) 441-2630. Retiree Appreciation Days sponsored by Fort McCoy also are scheduled for Aug. 20, at at Rosemount National Guard Training - Facility, Rosemount, Minn.; Sept. 11. at Fort McCoy, Wis.; Sept. 18. at Twin Ports/Duluth, Minn.; Sept. 26, at Prior Lake, Minn.; Sept. 26, at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Selfridge, Mich.; Oct. 24, at Great Lakes, Ill.; and Oct. 31, at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill. armed forces and their family mem- bers are invited to attend a Retiree Appreciation Day at Camp Ripley, Little Falls, Minn., Saturday, Aug. 29. The event will run from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Training and Commu- nity Center, Building 11-1. Retiree Appreciation Day is an opportunity for all armed forces Community invited to be part of ongoing cultural exchange personal relationships, according to Molly Hoffman, international student adviser, in noting that such friendships are already in place for some students who have paired up with famifies in the community. New international students arriv- ing for the start of fall classes will appreciate being matched up with a family. Participation in the group requires only a willingness to include St. Cloud State students in activities already on your sched- ule, according to Hoffman. Activ- ities could include joining you for meals, for family outings, when you attend your son's or daughter's Little League game, take a ride in the country, attend a family wed- ding, celebrate holidays or go fish- ing. For those interested only in a one-time cultural exchange, the Center for International Stud- ies also organizes a Thanksgiv- ing Program in which community members invite students to their homes to celebrate the holiday. The International Friendship Program, a community-univer- sity partnership that brings area residents together with St. Cloud State University international stu- dents for greater understanding of one another's cultures, is invit- ing everyone in the community to participate. More than 1,100 international students from more than 80 coun- tries attend classes at St. Cloud State. Students appreciate the opportunity to experience the cul- ture of the United States through Kuseskes are Stearns County Farm Family of 2009 By Carl Hoffman, U of M Extension The Dennis and Gretchen Kus- eske family of Kimball has been named Stearns County's "2009 Farm Family of the Year" by the University of Minnesota. Dennis grew up on the home farm. graduated from Kimball High School. went to college and then he and Gretchen returned to Kimball to farm with Dennis's father in 1971. The Kuseske farm has been in the family for several generations, Dennis' father hav- ing purchased the farm from his father in 1940. The original enter- prise was beef cattle which turned into a start to finish hog operation until 1990 when it became strictly a cash crop operation. The pri- mary corn-bean rotation has been supplemented with peas, sweet corn, navy beans, buckwheat and seed corn over the years. The origi- nal purchase of the home farm site and 160 acres has now expanded to about i400 acres of tillable land. Dennis has adapted and imple- mented the latest technology over the years, being the first farmer in the area to install an irrigation sys- tem - a traveling gun that has now grown to 12 center pivot systems. He practices conservation tillage and hasn't used a moldboard plow since the mid-70's. With the use of a GPS system and field mapping, he applies fertilizer according to soil need. The Department of Nat- ural Resources has been allowed permanent easement of 160 acres of swamp and wetland. The Kuseskes are committed to improving agriculture and have been a member of the Farm Bureau since they began farming. Dennis was instrumental in starting the first Dairyland Irrigation Organi- zation in the area and has been a longtime member of the State Irri- gation Board. They were charter members of the Minnesota Corn Processors in Marshall, one of the first plants to begin manufactur- ing ethanol Gretchen taught in the Kim- ball School District from 1971 until her retirement in 2001. Den- nis and Gretchen have six chil- dren: Alissa, lebediah, Adam, Zachary, Amanda and Taylor. The children are known for their posi- tive involvement and achievement in school and community activ- ities, which is a testimony to the support and encouragement they have received from their parents In addition to their diligent atten- dance at school events, they have helped with many school activities and fund raisers. They were one of the founders of the alumni FFA chapter in Kimball which contin- ues to support FFA members and their activities. They have been asked to serve on steering, hiring, curriculum and building commit- tees. The Kuseskes are one of 73 farm families from around the state, one from each participating county, being honored by the University this year. The families receiving honors were selected by their local county extension committees and have demonstrated a commitment to enhancing and supporting agri- culture. "The University of Minnesota is proud to recognize these farm fam- ilies for their contribution .to agri- culture and their communities," said Bev Durgan, dean of Univer- sity of Minnesota Extension. "There is no standard definition of a Min- nesota family farm. The one fac- tor they all have in common is that families work together in mak- ing their farm successful. The farm family work ethic is the major con- tributor to the success of Minne- sota communities and Minnesota's agriculture." The Kuseskes will be presented a certificate at the Stearns County Fair on Sunday, Aug. 2. and will be recognized in a ceremony Thurs- day, Aug. 6, at the annual Farmfest on the Gilfallen Estate near Red- wood Falls, Minn. Along with Farmfest, University units sponsoring this recognition event include University of Minne- sota Extension, Minnesota Agricul- tural experiment Station, the Col- lege of Food, Agriculture and Nat- ural Resources, and the College of Veterinary Medicine.