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Thursday, July 30, 2009 Community Page 7 Tri-County News Kimball, MN July 25, 2009 An Old-Timers and Old Friends gathering took place Saturday, July 25, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. Pictured are (back row, left to right) Ben Lutgen, Bev Adolph, Glen Rumsey, Jerry Rice, Rod Robinson, Joann Hendricks, Neil Hilary, Sally Hilary, Peg Dahnke, Mar- nette Sollitt, Addie Vincent, Shelva Steman, Audrey Marquardt, Susie Sansom McKenzie, and Arlene Deuermeyer; (front row, seated) Janis Rice, Gene Rice, Orville Yerks, Marguerite McKenzie, Hollis McKenzie, Darby Curtis, and Dar Deuermeyer. (Seated in front is tha Arens, Mary Ann McKenzie, Mary Johnson, and George Matua.) Not pictured are Luvern Hinz, who at Bob Adolph; (middle row) Delores Rice, Alice Robin- 94 is reported to be the oldest in attendance, his daugh- son, Jane Pickle, Ann Hamilton, Dorothy Jensen, Jea- ter Nancy Thomas, and his granddaughter and great- 'Beauty Et the Beast' presentation Approximately 70 local children team up with two professional actors this weekend to present Prairie Fire Children's Theatre's (PFCT) original musical version of "BEAUTY & THE BEAST," the clas- sic tale of love and redemption. "Beauty & the Beast," with script and music by Daniel Nor- dquist and costume and set design by Deborah Pick, continues PFCT's tradition of presenting classic tales as you've never seen them done before. Performances are slated for 7 p.m. Friday, July 31, and at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Dasset- Cokato Performing Arts Center, The cast features youth, ages 7 through 14. Prairie Fire Theatre professionals Alexis DePetrillo and Steve Custer will co-direct the production and play the roles of Serafina, Queen of the Gypsies and The Beast. grandson, Elizabeth Thomas Gibson and Eric Gibson, who came the farthest, from Jupiter, Florida few of the "regulars" have passed on, and a few others couldn't attend this year because of illness. The get-together is held each summer, with notices put in the Tri-County News, and everyone is invited to attend, regardless of age or how long they've been in Kimball (or away from Kimball). Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. son at the Dassel-Cokato Commu- nity Education office. (No phone orders, please.) This week-long residency is sponsored by Dassel-Cokato Com- munity Education and continues their 14-year tradition of provid- Tickets are $7/adults, $3/stu- ing local youth a summer theatre dents, and free for youth 5 and experience. For more information under. All seats are general admis- please call Colleen Compton at located at the Dassel-Cokato High sion. Tickets may be purchased (320) 286-4120. School. at the door or in advance in per- Parade for Kimball Days If you are interested in parti- cipating in the parade, for Kimball Days (Aug. 7-9, 2009), please call Sara Krippner at (320) 398-2144. Our community has reason to celebrate. We introduce to you our newly expanded Birthing Center, filled with amenities designed to make giving birth a restful, convenient experience for the whole family - from more comfortable birthing suites with hardwood floors to pull-out beds for family members and whirlpool tubs. And that's just the beginning. Take a look for yourself: we've posted the baby pictures and a video tour at www.MeekerMemorial.org. 612 South Sibley Ave. 0000EKER Litchfield, MN 55355 / (320) 693,3242 / meekermemorial.org