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12,--- Thursday, August 19, 2010 9 Pedal Tractor Pull final scores 2 ::~ i 4 years old Second - Tucker Schultz - Wat- First - Andy Becker - Watkins kins Second - Brooke Stelten - Kim- Third - Brady Uecker - Annan- ball dale Third - William Serbus - Eden 9 years old Valley First David Jansen - Zimmer- 5 years old man First - Alicia Baker - Barnum Second - Noah Jurek - Sauk Second - Katheryn Donnay - Rapids Kimball Third - Michael Donnay - Kim- Third - Andrew Weders - Kim-ball ball 10 years old 6 years old First - Ben Zipoy - Kimball First - Carter Holtz - SouthSecond - Grant Garding - Kim- Haven ball Second - Lucas Jurek - Sauk Third - Zach Garding - Kimball Rapids 11 years old Third - Izaak Theis - South First - Anna Donnay- Kimball Haven Second - Andrew Massmann - 7 years old Kimball First- Morgan Gardin- Kimball Third - Adam Theis - South Second - Zackary Holtz - South Haven Haven Third - Blake Moren - Kimball 8 years old First - Lucas Foster - South Haven Diva's "Ghostbusters" theme won them Best Float in the Kimball Days parade Sunday, Aug. 15. At right are Donita Knaus (owner of Diva's) and her daughter Vivian working the crowd near the Ghostbusters car. The rest of the =Ghostbusters" crew (the Diva's stylists) are not in this photo. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. Adopt-a-pot winners announced Friday, Aug. 13, the winners of the "Adopt-a-pot" project were announced at the Little Miss Kimball program. They are as follows: First place to Pauline Noggle for pot located by Dingmann's Funeral Care. State Bank of Kimball for pot located in front of State Bank of Kimball. Land O'Lakes for pot located in front of Land O'Lakes Oil and Propane Co. The Kimball Chamber awarded prizes (Kimball Cash) to these contestants. First place was $75. Second place was $50. Third place was $25. The Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all the par- ticipants this year. We know it was not the easiest year to keep up with the hot weather. The pots were judged Monday, Aug. 9, by a master gardener from St. Cloud. THANK YOU BUYEI~: Animal Heallh Sencm, klwa~ Bushmilb Ethan01, Inc Nwaler Ger Wh mb cava . Grove Cay ~ Feed ~, Inc St. Ck~ Renne - Mike & Tma F me. Grove City Pmdsion Trim & Frame. Inc. - Robed B~ce, ICm'~! Jn SZndm, G ve Sch de Co u=hr zx=e J ra Crop mnm. e,hmon Round Lake ~- Ben & Madarhissen, ~ THANK YOU to everyone attended & bid to make this auction a huge successl Sunny m y- & om t: tc Fonn-M:~l, Ltcl~ld Mubd, Grove Atmter E]eva Nwa r ~ Feeds, ICad~ Sparboe Fawn, Inc l.ilchfieM Steve & Sheay Kern, Walkins Turck's Trees, Vernon & Janet Peamon, Grove City U ted FCS, Laa e W Seed, Ste~ hclioneers, ~ THANK YOU CASH DONORS: Ammk:an Legmn 104, ~ Center Insurance Agency, Comum s LitchSeld Dawin Freezer, Dan~in Co p Dass Davis Mot~ Inc Litchfield Ed Maddowitz Jr Utch dd Ha.go C c, Meeker Cou Farm Buma. Elect, Wa ns Precast Oa n Thom,Speny, Jersen & Ke zhn, L hr k Tibbets Insurance, ~ Kimball Days Volleyball and contest results golf competition Lip Sync winners First- TrinityErickson winners Second - Taylor Nelson These are the winners of Third - Klarissa Eisenbraunvolleyball tournament during Watermelon eating contest Kimball Days 2010 Age 16 & older - Brad Donnay Upper Division Ages 13-15 - Andi Schiefelbein First - Bravo Ages 10-12 - Aeron AshbrookSecond - Bob Felix Ages 7-9 - Josiah Rowland Third - Triple R Ages 5 & 6 - Lucas Jurek Lower Division Sidewalk chalk contest First - Matt Meyers Ages 4-6 - Matix Schmidt Second - Melanie Massmann Ages 7-9 - Zya Lueders Third - SOB Ages 10-12 - Maddy Rowland These are the winners of the golf Lions Bean-bag tournament tournament during Kimball Days Steve Smith and Greg Smith 2010 Fire Dept. softball First - Dingmann team Shorty's Second - Preston Fischer Best float Third - Todd Fischer Diva's Symposium held to discuss topic of happiness Project Logos will be hosting Brother of]esus: Friend of God and connection between money and a conference called Happiness: Amongthe Gentiles. happiness? What sorts of cultural A Symposium on Sept. 9-10 at Robert Sapolsky will speak on practices and political structures St. John's University, Collegeville. "The Biology of Happiness and are most conducive for promot- The goal of the conference is Unhappiness" at 4:30 p.m. Fri- ing happiness? What is happiness? to provide a forum for faculty and day, Sept. 10, in the Stephen B. Howhaveourconceptionsofhap- scholars of diverse disciplines to Humphrey Theater. Sapolsky is piness changed over time? Howdo come together to discuss topics a MacArthur "Genius" Fellow, a we know when we are happy? And related to happiness, professor of biology and neurol- should we even care? There are two featured speak- ogy at Stanford University, and a Other conference sessions and ers during the conference that are research associate with the Insti- panels will be held at 11:20 a.m free and open to the public, tute of Primate Research at the 1 p.m 2:40 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. Luke Timothy Johnson will National Museum of Kenya. He Thursday, Sept. 9, and at 9:40 speak on "Jesus among, the Phi- is the author of several books, a.m 11:20 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. Fri- losophers: Ancient Conceptions of including The Primate's Memoir, day, Sept. 10. Details of conference Happiness" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, and Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers, sessions are available at" . phrey Theater. Johnson is the Rob- azines like Discover and The New Project Logos aims to encour- ert W. Woodruff Professor Of New Yorker. age collaborative and cross-disci- Testament and Christian Origins Conference organizers envi-plinary conversations that result at Candler School of Theology, sion participation from scholars in collaborative and cross-disci- Emory University. He is author of discussing topics like: what is the plinarywriting. Seedlings from state forest nurseries avail, for purchase Awidevarietyoftree and shrub New for 2011 is a Bottom LandA minimum order of 500 seed- seedlings are available for pur- Packet containing trees suitable lings is required. Prices vary from chase from the State Forest Nurs- for river bottoms and upland sites. $90 to $290, depending on the spe- ery Program starting Monday, The nurseries also offer a wide cies ordered. Aug. 16, according to the Min- variety of conifer and hardwood By law, seedlings purchased nesota Department of Natural seedlings, from state forest nurseries~may Resources (DNR.) The tree seedling order form not be planted for ornamental "We have seedlings that work and a list of available seedlings purposes, nor can they be resold, well for wildlife food and shelter, for sale can be found on the DNR given away or removed with roots as well as for timber, shelterbelts website at . People may from the date of purchase. In addi- Craig VanSickle, the DNR nurser- also call the nursery tree order tion, state forest nursery see*dlings ies supervisor, office at (800) 657-3767 or stop in can only be planted in Minnesota. at a local DNR Forestry office.