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Eden Valley Blood Drive Aug. 10 The American Red Cross will be in Eden Valley from 1-7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10, at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Appointments available online at www.redcrossblood.org, or by calling or texting Bonnie at (320) 282-1468, or via email to mbmeyer@melteL net Remember your identification - it is required to donate. Corn feed in Fairhaven Park, Aug. 10 Fairhaven Lions have set a will serve from 5 to 7 p.m. in the date for the corn roast in the park Fairhaven Park. to be Wednesday, Aug. 10. They Supper in the Park, Aug. 12 Kimball Days Event from 5-8 p.m. Are you wondering what that Then join us for our hot roast antique bowl of grandma's isbeef sandwich, beans, coleslaw, worth? Bring it along to the Willow chips, cake and beverage for $8 Creek Park Shelter Friday, Aug. 12, adults, and $3.50 for children ages and have it appraised by David 3-10. Children younger than 3 are Seutter, a member of Minnesota free. We will also have an exhibit Antiques Dealers Association. of local Kimball area history. Your Limit two antique items, andsupport for your local historical there is no charge. Hours will be society is appreciated. Kids Pedal Tractor Pull Aug. 12 The State-sanctioned Kids equipment are furnished. The Pedal Tractor Pull is planned for location is the Post Office parking Kimball Days Friday, Aug. 12.lot. This is for ages 4-11, andspon- Sign-up time is 5:30 p.m., start sored by Arnolds of Kimball and time is 6 p.m. All tractors and Hendricks Bus Service. Kimball Days lip sync contest Aug. 13 Lip sync contest will be held Kimball Days Facebook page, or Saturday, Aug. 13, 2 p.m. at come to city hall for information. St. Anne's. To sign up, go to Eagle Booster Club meets, Aug. 15 The Eagle Booster Club will sales and clothing sales. Parents meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, of EV-W athletes and activity in the computer lab of the Eden participants are encouraged to Valley-Watkins High School. attend; new members are always Agenda includes .~football brat, welcome. Fourth annual Deegan's Drive for Donors In memory of Deegan P. Johnson- Pramann, son of Bailey Johnson and Josh Pramann Sunday, Aug. 21, Deegan's Drive for Donors takes place at Pearl Lake Lodge in Marty. Stops will be at Club Almar in St. Augusta, and Stoney's Hide- away in Rockville. The cost is $10 per person for ride, $10 per person for food, age 10 and younger is $5. In October of 2012, shortly liver, a 4-year-old with his lower intestines (a very rare transplant), and his knee cartilage can be used for up to five years with each knee capable of helping many people. The run will leave the Pearl Lake Lodge in Marty at noon with check-in beginning at 10 a.m. We plan to return to the lodge between 2:30 and 3 p.m. for food and fun with the band Pandemic. Food will be served from noon before Deegan's second birthday, to 5 p.m. The band will perform he was diagnosed with a Cavern- from 3-7 p.m. Raffle drawings and ous Brain Malformation and taken a meat raffle will have proceeds in for immediate surgery. Because going to Delia Montan, 14-month of complications after his surgery old in need of a heart transplant. his parents were faced with a dif- No wheels, no problem, come ficult decision of donating Dee- join for dinner, drink and dance. gan's precious organs. DeeganFor questions, please call Brenda saved the life of a 3-year-old with at (320) 266-1636, or Bailey at (320) his heart, a 1-year-old with his 266-4974. Friends of the Library meet Sept. 26 The Kimball Area Friends of Monday, Sept. 26, at Kimball City the Library will meet at 7 p.m. Hall. Brandt 50th Nick and Pat (Hesse) Brandt recently celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a din- ner cruise on Lake Minnetonka on their 50th Anniversary day. Nick and Pat were married on July 23, 1966, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins. They met when they both worked at Fingerhut just out of high school. Nick and Pat have made Kimball their home since 1980 raising their four children when Nick was transferred to the area with Animal Fair Inc. He then went on to be a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise and has been in retire- ment since 2010. Pat worked many jobs throughout the years and was also fortunate enough to be able to be a stay-at-home mother with her four children for many years. She finished her career working at Cash Wise for 20+ years until her retirement in 2014. Both are now Betty Johnson 90th Happy 90th Birthday Mom Betty I. Johnson is celebrating her 90th birthday. She is a resident at the Annandale Care Center, 500 Park Street E, Annandale MN 55302. Her room is B21. If you are in the area stop by and visit, or send her a card. She would love to see you. Love you Morn! Sherry, ]an, ]ackie, Betty Lee and Wanda Pete Dragon Sausage party (startS~12) Jason Bourne Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 PAGE 3 August 11, 2016 enjoying retirement, Nick with his chickens and Pat with her multiple golf leagues. Celebrating with them on their special day were their chil- dren: Cheryl and (Troy) Greely of Plymouth, Brenda and (Brad) Carlson of Sartell, Rhonda and (Jon) Sargeant of St. Cloud, and Steve and (Sarah) Brandt of Independence, along with all 12 of their grandchildren Mikayla, Drew and Noelle; Justin (Puck), Brandan and Logan; Isabella and Jaelee; Adeline, Emma, Olivia and Nicholas. Friday, Aug. 12, 5-8 p.m. Willow Creek Park Shelter Coffee Aug. 13, 7-10 a.m.' On Main St.- Watch for signs! b30" m 3 Free Pool Days presented by: Watkins Chamber of Commerce, Hilltop Health Care Center/Garden View, and Farmers State Bank AUG. 18 FREE POOL DAY, 12:30P.M. - CLOSE August Pool Day Passes available ONLY at: Farmers State Bank Wally's Cafe News