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Page 16 Community Express still in the running A sound defeat of Cold Spring Saturday, 10-0, propelled the Kimball Express into Region llC Tournament play. Their first game is at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6, against Buffalo, at Cold Spring. Go Express! July 3 i*, 010 - Cold Spring 0, lkmlmdl It (2S6 Ch&apos;alL 12-2 CVL) 1254567 R H E SPauS 0000000 0 3 4 0 I 5 0 I 3 0 !0 i1 0  z,r  * I AU Unl!l !  m I so I A,,t. i  3 2 I 0 0 0 0 .355 Tlkeu ! 4 0 0 0 0 0 hlm llcyl 34 3 | 2 l 0 0 .431 Smtl $ 4 0 2 ! 0 0 .40 lld IMmi 5 4 0 i I i 0 320 A,m Kamus " 3 0 I i 4 0 -317 Kylle WV' 35 4 0 3 3 l 0 .313  9 2 ! 0 2 i 0 .279 AJi E,kard 13 3 0 I 2 I O .317 tin: K. un',-r | O),A.  | (4) RBIz IkL Mmpmlt ! (26), A. tCaum 4 O3), K. W' n (23k M. Dingama | (|IX  Edmd t 07) SB: _ FJeknr.,dl I ) l IIWlRS|mRIi u IB.I so IE] .tt 9 6 o o 4 2 o 7 .4 ]heqleme 3 ! 0 0 I I 0 0 ZOO Energy and Horticulture Day Aug. 12 The Central Lakes College Agri- LLC with information on oilseed cultural and Energy Center at Sta- press functions to produce oil and pies will host Energy and Horticul- ture Day Thursday, Aug. 12. The event starts at 2 p.m. with a free energy crop tour and biodiesel presentations. The tour showcases oilseed (camelina) and biomass (miscanthus and native perenni- als). Oilseed crop production will be discussed at 3 p.m. in a presen- tation by Robert Schafer, director of the Central Lakes College Agri- cultural and Energy Center. The presentation also features Tom Smude of Smude Enterprises @ VJ CVS #I - Kimball Game 1 - Fri 8/01 i 7:30 PM] NSW #2 - Buffalo - CVN #1 - Watkins Gae 2 - Sat ,7] I 2:00 PMJ CVS #2 - Cold Spring NSW #1-Howard Lake G 3 - Sat &'?] I 5:00 PMJ CVN #2 - Pearl Lake by-products. Biodiesel production featuring the Mcgyan Process will be presented by Marie and Larry McNeff of Mcgyan Bio- diesel, LLC. Horticulture will be presented in two sessions starting at 6 and 7 p.m. following the local foods meal at 5:15 p.m. Admission to the evening por- tion that includes the meal is $10. The presentations are as follows Preparing Meals with Garden Produce, including a chef, dem- Thursday, August 5, 2010 ball, MN 20 I0 Region I I C Tournament at Cold Spring August 6 to August 15 Winner Game 1 Winner Game 2 Winner Game 3 I Game 6 - Sun &' [ r 6:() PM ] Loser Game 1 Winner Game 5 Gang" 8 - Ffi 13 7:30 PM Winner Game 6 Loser Game 2 Game 4 - Sun 8AS Winner Game 4 2:t PM Loser Game 3 Game 9 Sat ,%:f4 at I:tXI PM Loser Game 5 Game ? - rhur 8,'I 2 [ Y 7:30 Phi ] Winner Game 7 Loser Game 6 Winner Game 8 i Winner Ganae 8 qualifies for State) Game 11 - Sat 8/14 5:00 PM Loser Game 8 I Gune 10 - Sat 8114 I i 4:00 PM[ Winner Game 10 I Winner Gazne l0 qualifies for State) Winner Game 9 Winner Game 11 Champion advances as #1 Seed to State Loser Game 11 Runner-Up advances as #2 Seed to State If not needed, 9 will be played Game 7 is Then Game on Thursday night and only two games on Saturday at 1 and 4 PM onstration by Tom Kavanaugh of Kavanaugh's Sylvan Lake Resort. Introduction to Minnesota Vineyard Management and Wine- making by Dennis Drummond, Central Lakes College viticulture and enology instructor. Health Benefits From Your Gar- den by Donna Anderson, U of M extension nutrition|st. Container and Raised Bed Gar- dening by Dallas Flynn. High Tunnel (Hoop House) Food Production by Terry Nen- nich, U of M extension educator, horticulture. Birding in Minnesota by Judd Brink of MN Backyard Birds. The Center is located off CR 2, two miles north and one-half mile west of the stoplights in Staples near the Central Lakes College campus. Register for the event by call- ing (218) 894-5161 or e-mailing < dbreneman @ >. Seniors 65 or better, join us for a trip to the Minnesota State Fair! Thursday, Sept. 2, 2010 $15 includes bus ride and entrance ticket to Fair. Contact STATE BANK OF KIMBALL (Mary or Katie at Saint Augusta, (320) 251-6100; or Lois or lane at Kimball, (320) 398-3500) for more information, or stop by the bank to sign up today! Co-sponsored by STATE BANK OF KIMBALL and Voigt Bus. ,-- WITi i  oUR NEIGI I BORS A-RtENDS 7" STATE BANK OF KIMBALL P.O. BOX 70 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 Cornstalk Festival Aug, 6-7 dstock in 1969. This year it's Cornstalk 2010 (our 5th year)! The Festival is held right on the farm. A music, art and peace festi- val, Cornstalk ig the idea of Held| Scott/Corn Woman from Dunnell, Minn. "Quote", said Scott, "We want to bring people together in a creative environment; to:show that great social change can hap- pen through the arts." And she believes "peace" is an art. There are so many things in our world that we don't understand about each other, ie. religion and politics, but the arts can bring us together in an experience of creativity and learning. This is the goal of Corn- stalk. Performers include 20 acts from all over the U.S. The unique thing is that Cornstalk is a huge variety of music including Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Latin, Folk, Hip Hop and Rock. This year we have an aerial dance group, Belly Danc- ing, and Fire Spinning. Workshops and speakers on sustainable agri- culture, edible wild flora, yoga, theater, and creative dance move- ment will be offered. More infor- mation can be found at <www. cornwoman.corn>. This year the event is a free will donation gathering, and there is free camping space available. The food is farm fresh from the land. Beer will be provided by Bridget's Bucksnort Brew Ha Ha from lack- son, Minn., but coolers are also allowed. It is a zero waste festival, so bring your own everything. Of course, there will be corn jewelry and corn art for sale from the Corn Woman and several other art ven- dors. Cornstalk will be held 6 p.m.- 1 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, and 10 a.m.- 1 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at 437 40th Ave, Dunnell, Minn. This activity is made possible in part, by a grant provided by the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Coun- cil from funds appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature. For more information contact Corn Daughter, Bailey Scott, at <>, (507) 695-2941.