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Thursday, August 2, 2012 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Kimball Blue Little League takes second Page 13 iiiiiirllll Kraut,n Wurst 5K Run/Walk Eden Valley-Watkins Commu- nity Ed's annual Kraut 'n Wurst 5K Run Run/Walk will be held Sat- urday, Aug. 4. Sign in will be at 7:30 a.m. in front of Flash's Gas Sta- tion and the race will take place at 8 a.m. (same spot). Registration: Online www.; phone (320) 453-2900, ext. 1139. Text: (320) 493-9812; e-mail klatcham@ Please include your name, phone num- ber, age, and T-shirt size. There will be different age cate- gories and medals will be awarded to first-, second-, and third-place runners. You can register the day of the race if you wish. Participants can be residents of any city/state. Any questions? Please call the Eden Valley-Watkins Community Education office at (320) 453-2900, ext 1139, or (320) 493-9812. The Kimball Blue Little League team played Richmond Red in the Central Minnesota Little Leage championship game. Kimball ended up falling 3-6 for second place. They had an overall season record of 18-6. In front, left to right are Tyler Reischl, Brendan Maurer, Zach Schiefelbein, Jacob Beehler, Billy Tadych and batboy Mason Host. In middle row are Austin Host, Michael Binsfeld, Hayden Gagnon, Simon Bryce and Grant Garding. In back are Barb Hoffman, Fritz Hoffman, Michael Hoffman, Weston Hine, Ryan Tadych, and Rob Bryce. Photo courtesy Amanda Garding. EV-W sixth-grade girls take first place The Eden Valley-Watkins sixth- grade girls' basketball team placed first in the Sinclair Lewis Days Tournament in Sauk Centre Tuesday, July 17. The winning players wearing their medals are, left to right, in back row, Gretchen Burros, Kennedy Kleist, Johanna Ruhland, Haylee Geislinger, Breanna Walz, and Emma Schultz. In front are Olivia Schleper and Shaylie Brutger. Submitted photos. Entry Watkins Softball Park Please contact Mary at (320) 492-8797 or Miah at (320) 339-2799 No outside food or beverages allow to be brought in the park. WATKINS FIRE OEPARTMENT Beautiful quilts were on display for the annual quilt raffle, part of the parish festival at St. Wendelin's in Luxemburg. The Rich Stang Band provided music throughout much of the day, background to many of the day's activities. Staff photos by Anton Matua. FRIDAY EVENTS F RI DAY-SATU RDAY .urmmmmnm00 AUGUST 3 & 4 IIBSl/llJlIMIBB SlID 01 DII Food & refreshment stands S A TII R a AY E V E N T S open Saturday from 10am to 1am in the rk 000 TOTAL in cASH IZES! FIREMAN'S WATERBALL FIGHT 7 PM S.I(RUII7:30M 8 TEAII VOLLEYBAU TODImlUiBT . .City Park- Starting at 9:.30 am Mixed Doubles- 100% Payback Sponsored by MIE$ OUTLAND PARADE: 10:30 -  IIIEAM 3PM KIII Irllo , /lU FIESI' 12-4pm 8 dasses, ages 4-11.3-Spin ed b t/   UONESS O.USS IBI II ?0BIIIBIT Sigup Friday rdght or Saturday morning at te Beer Stad Toum W starts |mmedtely after paad "/D/ME HICK at City Park  I WIBST  |IBIIBB  oty Pak SILENT AUCTION FOR: 11 Ul## # Ill    (rttS ot.Y)