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Thursday, August 22, 2013 Tri-County News www. tricountynews, mn ~.~::~ ~ ~ .~. ................. ...... Cards of Thanks Thank you for helping us cele- brate 50 years of a three-ring cir- cus. Lee and Bonnie Hoskins Thank you from the family of Jim Nelson We would like to thank every- one who took the time to stop by, call, prepare food and send cards with kind thoughts and prayers during Jim's illness and after his passing. Special thank you to Jerry Jeppesen and the Kingston Legionaires for providing the mil- itary service; Dingmann Funeral Care, and St. Croix Hospice for their professional assistance. To Matt Knaus for preparing the lun- cheon and Knaus' for their contri- bution. It is a comfort to us that so many people shared in our loss. Diane Nelson and family Corn-in-the-Park thanks The Fairhaven Lions Club would like to say thank you to all who attended out corn-in-the- park event. It was a beautiful eve- ning to eat and visit with friends and neighbors in the park. A big thank you also to the volunteers who helped pick corn and husk it, and to A1 Zabinski for cook- ing all that corn. Thanks to all the Lions members and to the Leas who helped. Awesome job done by all, and all the Lions members who helped. Our community sup- port is greatly appreciated always. Thanks again. Fairhaven Lions. The Kimball Area High School Activities Department thanks all those who contributed to and par- ticipated in the District's "State Entrant" float in the Kimball Days parade this year, We are very proud of our student competitors and their coaches for their dedication and accomplishments. We thank them for sharing their Cubs pride and inspiring future champions. KAHS also appreciates the gener- ous support for the float from A.M. Maus and Son, Powder Ridge, and Miller's Sewage Treatment Solu- tions. Together, we represented the best we can be and how high we can soar! Thanks to Kimball Rescue We would like to thank the Kim- ball Rescue Squad for responding to our needs on Thursday, Aug. 15. Thanks again. Cliff Dahl family Brinkman-Konz Schindele Alicia and Brandon Schin- dele of South Haven are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Jaci Marie Schindele. She was born June 23, 2013, at St. Cloud Hospital and she weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces, and was Daniel and Renee Brinkman 20.5inches!eng. Bridal shower of Sank Rapids, along with She joins her proud siblings Daniel and Tammy Konz of Kim- Thomas, age 12, Kiley, age 5, and ball announce the engagement of Lexi age 3. theirchildrenKatieAnnBrinkman Grandparents are Mark andgilt 5]"H|s~en to Brian Nicholas Konz. Pare Schindele of Clearwater, Katie is a 2003 graduate of Sank Chris Fenske of South Haven, and An open house bridal shower Rapids High School, and a 2006 Steve Fenske of Becker. is planned for Justine Hilsgen and graduate of St. Cloud Technical Great-grandparents are Dale Levi Brown at 6:30 p.m. Friday, College. Katie is an LPN at Veter- and Shirley Fischer of Clearwater, Aug. 23, attheWatkinsVFWBuild- ans Affairs at St. Cloud Hospital. and Marilyn and Dave Runnion of ing. Brian is a 2003 graduate of Kim- Robbinsdale. The couple is registered at Tar- ball Area High School. Brian is get and Fleet Farm. employed as a grinder at Grede Foundries in St. Cloud. The couple will be married Events in a private ceremony Saturday, Sept. 21,2013. rescheduled from Kingston Legion Valley Daze and Auxiliary._ meets 27 Handgun found Kid tractor pull and fireworks to /4,U o be Friday, Aug. 30 The members of the Kingston Monday, Aug. 12, the Stearns Valley Daze has rescheduled Johnson Kelly American Legion County Sheriff's Office received a their Kid tractor pull and fireworks Post 483, and the Johnson Kelly call from a citizen who had found thathad to be cancelled duringthe American Legion Auxiliary Post a handgun on County Road 4 in Valley Daze celebration because of 483 will have their annual mem- St. Wendel Township. The hand- weather. They are going to have bership meeting at 6p.m. Tuesday, gun was turned over to the Sher- them both on Friday, Aug. 30. The Aug. 27, at the Kingston Johnson iff's Office and as of Aug. 19, kid tractor pull registration starts Kelly Post Legion Hall. the owner has not been identi- at 6:30 p.m. and the pull starts at Spouses are invited to attend. fled. If anyone has lost a hand- 7 p.m) for ages 4-11. The Fireworks Remember to bring items for care gun recently; please call (320) will be at dusk at the Eden Valley packages going to deployed sol- 259-3700, and identify it. Elementary School. diers, also items for the white ele- phant auction. Public Relations, 55+ Driver Improvement Program Ann Hamilton offered The Minnesota Highway Safety information in regards to driver Center will be offering a 55+ Driver safety, new laws, and vehicle tech- Improvement Course on the fol- nology. This class has something A~tJAt g[[~ ~|~[~ lowing days: for everyone! The fee for the four- Sa tlrdayt August 24, 2013 Thursday, Sept. 12 (8-HourFirst hour refresher course is $20, andServing:/4 - 7:30 p.m. Time Course) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Life the eight-hour course is $24. For Assembly of God 2409 Clearwater more information or to register, Rd; St. Cloud. visit our website at www.mnsafety Thursday, Sept. 12 (4-Hour center.org, or call (888) 234-1294. Refresher Course) 5-9 p.m. Gil- Persons age 55 and older who leland Chevrolet - Gee Inc. 3019 complete the course qualify for a Division St; St. Cloud. 10-percent discount on their auto The Driver Improvement insurance premiums for three course is open to the public; pre- years, according to Minnesota law. registration is required. A MN First-time participants must com- Highway Safety & Research Cen- plete the initial eight hours of train- ter certified instructor teaches this ing and a four-hour refresher class class. By utilizing the most up-to- every three years to maintain the date research in the field, partic- 10-percentdiscount. ipants will be provided the latest It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, web, or e-mail. (See order form on page 18.) Residential fire in St. Augusta Sunday, Aug. 18, at 9:16 p.m., remote control car battery charger. the Stearns County Sheriff's Office There was minimal damage to the responded to a residential fire at items inside the garage and there 6784 242 St. in St. Augusta. The appeared to be no structural dam- fire was contained to the detached age. St Augusta Fire Department garage and was extinguished by the responded to make sure the fire homeowner prior to the fire depart- was out. Gold Cross also assisted at ments arrival. The homeowner the scene. indicated the fire was started by a Pag 3 Viola Miller 100tn birthday Viola (Dockendorf) Miller will celebrate her 100th birthday from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25. This will be at St. Philip's Church at 821 E 5th Street in Litchfield. Everyone is welcome. Please, no gifts. Jade Hamilton graduates basic training Force Reserve Airman Jade M. Hamilton graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Hamilton is the son of Todd and Jenny Hamilton of Powder Ridge Road, Kimball, He is a 2010 graduate of Kimball Area High School.