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Thursday, August 4, 2011 Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN N fi,:2./..i - , County Fair Magic Antique Treasure Roadshow Show Aug. 5 successful Be sure to bring along your camera, Magician Kevin Hall is presenting a magic show at the Grandstand Show, Meeker County Fair Friday, Aug. 5. Kevin is an award-winning entertainer who originally earned a degree in engineering, then found his passion in entertain- ing when he started taking act- ing, dancing and improv lessons. He and his wife Janet make up the Halls of Entertainment, Inc. As he brings fascinating skills to the stage, he is careful on stage to encourage parents as he strives to improve a parent's stature in front of the kids. He also urges the kids to "Follow your dreams but get a good education first!" More than 150 area residents participated in an antique iden- tification and valuation project conducted by local experts, David Seutter and Tom Thrush Wednes- day evening, July 20, at the Stearns History Museum. Antique trea- sures ranged in size and scope from small trinkets to a Victorian chair to a large, heavy copper ket- tle used for slaughtering purposes. St. Cloud area food shelves of Catholic Charities and the Salva- tion Army were the beneficiaries of food items totaling 156 pounds and cash donations of $490. A second Antique Treasure Roadshow will be held at Melrose in the basement of St. Mary's Cath- olic Church on Monday, Sept. 26. Community The event will begin at 7 p.m. after the annual meeting of the Melrose Area Historical Society, a co-spon- sor of the event with the Stearns History Museum. Admission is a $5 cash dona- tion or equivalent non-perishable food items for Melrose Area Food Shelves. We ask that participants bring one antique item per person. Light refreshments will be served. For information, contact: J0hn Decker, (320) 253-8424, jdecker@ stearns-musuern.org. The American Association of Museums accredits the Stea- rns History Museum and it is the only one to reach this standard in Greater Minnesota. It is located at 235 33rd Avenue South, St. Cloud. School supplies needed for KES 2011 fall term Kinderearten Pencils, box of#2 Scissors - pointed tip Mark all items with student's name Pencils, set of colored Highlighters, 2 Antiseptic wipes - large size Ruler, standard-metric Kleenex - 2 large boxes NH ..... HIII '11 ............ Page 5 The 2011 Tri-County Resource Guide is available online at www.tricountynews.MN Kimball senior DMn00q Menu t Aug. 8-12 Monday-Euchre: Salmon loaf, oven-fried potatoes, peas in cream sauce, wheatbread, apricots. Tuesday-Euchre: Shepherd's pie, crunchy-romaine salad, wheat bread, butterscotch bar. Wednesday-Birthday Cake: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes w/gravy, country trio vegetables, wheat bread, Jell=o poke cake. Thursday: Hot roast pork sand- Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests' under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive tho first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at "(320) 398-2211, ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are wich, whipped potatoes w/gravy, available at the Senior Dining Site three-bean salad,' gingerbread -and the State Bank of Kimball. with topping. Partially funded under contract Friday-Bingo: Roasted chicken, with the Central Minnesota Coun- Backpack Beach towel in large Ziploc bag Crayons - 24 count, Crayola Erasers - large size Dry Erase markers - set of 4-fine point Glue - three 8-oz. bottles, white, Elmer's Glue sticks - 6 large - Elmer's Kleenex - 2 boxes Lunch bags - 1 pack - brown or white Paints - tray of 8 watercolors Pencils - one dozen, #2 P/ast/c 2_-pocket folder School box - small size- Scissors - metal edged, blunt tip Spiral notebook - wide-lined First Grade Antiseptic wipes - large size Backpack - no wheels please Crayons, 24 count Dry Erase markers - 1 set, fine point Erasers - large Folders - 2-pocket; 1 red & 1 blue Glue sticks - 4 large Glue, Elmer's 8-oz. white Kleenex - large box Notebook - spiral, wide-lined Paints - tray of 8 watercolors Pencil box; and a set of colored pencils Penciul sharpener - small, enclosed Pencils- box of regular #2 School box, large Scissors, pointed tip Scotch tape - 1 roll Second Grade Antiseptic wipes Backpack- no wheels Calculator - basic function Crayons, box of 24 Erasers, 2 large Folders - 3 two-pocket style Glue - Elmer's, 80oz. bottle, white Glue sticks - 4 large Kleenex - large Markers - washable Markers, Dry Erase set of 4 fine point Notebooks - two spiral, wide-lined Pencil boxes - 2 Pencils - box of #2 Pencils, colored Ruler, standard-metric Scissors - pointed tip Sharpener, small enclosed Tape, Scotch Watercolors - tray of 8 colors Third Grade Backpack Calculator - basic function Crayons, box of 24 Disinfectant wipes Erasers, large - 2 Folder - 3 two-pocket folders Glue - 8 oz. Glue sticks - 4 large Kleenex - 1 large box Markers - washable Markers, set of 4, fine point, Dry Erase Notebooks 3 spiral, wide-lined Paints - tray of watercolors Pencil box Scissors - pointed tip Tape, Scotch Watercolors, tray of 8 colors Fourth Grade Antiseptic wipes Backpack - to fit in locker Binder 1.5" white Calculator - basic functions Crayons, 24 " Erasers - 2 large Erasers, 12 pencil top Folders : 3-2 pocket (I/green/i/yel- low) Glue socks - 4 large; Glue - 8-oz. bottle Highlighters - 3 (any color) Kleenex - 2 large boxes Markers - Dry Erase, set of 4 fine pt. Markers thin and regular, washable Notebooks - 5 spiral, wide-ruled Paints - tray of 8 watercolors Paper - quarter inch Pencil box, small (8" by 5") Pencils - colored Pencils - doz. #2 Ruler - standard / metric Scissors - pointed tip Tape - 3 rolls, Scotch E.C.S.E Preschool Antiseptic wipes Crayons - set of 8 large size Glue - 1 butte of white Glue sticks - 6 large Markers - washable, broad tip Pencils - large School bag - no wheels Scissors - blunt tip Fifth Grade Calculator - basic functions Crayons - 24 count Disinfectant wipes - large Erasers = 2 large and a doz. pencil- top Folders - 5 two-pocket Glue - 4 large sticks, & 1 4-oz. bottle Served every Wednesday, 5-7:30 p.m. 5Acres 10141 WHIow Creek Rd Kimball $75,000 Currently used for excavating business, Maine Prairie Township states this land to be buildable site. 2 outbuildings and one has 200+ electric g heated/insulated. 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