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Page 12 Community Smiling new faces at Kimball Schools this year i i:-. L::::i:iiiiiiiiii!:i : i@:i(ii:i -J Day n 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a bill making Labor Daya national holiday. Labor Day was created to honor the achievements of Americas workers. We want to take this opportunity to salute the hard-working citizens of our community. You help make the United States the best nation on earth in which to live and work. Have a safe and relaxing Labor Day weekend. '"" VJ LENDER STATE BANK OF KIMBALL P.O. BOX 70 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 www.tatebankofklmbail.eom Member iiiiiii Thursday, September 1, 2011 Zri-N New staff have joined the ranks of the Kimball Schools starting this week. Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 6, and open houses were held this week. In the front row are (left to right) Sara Petrowiak, Krisanne Forsman (first grade), Hannah Wruck (ECSE), Penny Blanchard (preschool, enrichment program), and Amanda Hoeschen (preschool, enrichment program. In back are Taylor Schroeder (fifth-grade student teacher), Aimey Notsch (high school LD), Erin Durga (second grade), Courtney Ely (preschool), Crystal Schlosser (elementary EBD), and Anna Hart (speech therapy). Not pictured is Sue Currens (special ed. coordinator, District secretary Jayne Lochen, and custodian Pat Mertens. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Christy Newman (from page 4) events, because she always came home in a good mood. I think what has had an even greater effect on our marriage, and our family, is the positive attitude that is reju- venated with each event that I attend. Mary Kay Ash said, "You can do everything wrong with the right attitude and succeed." As I continue to work my Mary Kay business, soon as a stay-at- home-mama, I will still set goals to achieve. Mothers in Mary Kay have said that our children will learn more from watching us fail forward to success, than from watching everything go perfectly. My goals? A girlfriend getaway to Nashville in 2013 and a 10th anni- versary trip with Troy to Austra- lia in 2014. Then, why not a trip to Disney with the kids after that? Some day, I hope little Peter, now almost 2 and a hall will find the motivation to be the best fish- ing-worm salesman this area has ever seen. Who knows? He may learn the skills needed to negoti- ate a better deal when buying his first house in Republic County, Kan. someday. At the very least, I hope my kids will do whatever they choose to do - with a great attitude. So, as I retire one of my two cell phones and turn in my company vehicle this week, I am reminded daily how fortunate I am to have had this opportunity to learn from and work in these two distinctly different fields and how blessed I am to be able to stay home and Christy Newman after being rec- ognized for being #1 in sales in her unit at National Mary Kay Seminar in Dallas, Texas. Submit- tedphoto. raise my family, which will grow by one more come January 2012. For my loyal Mary Kay custom- ers, thank you so much for allow- ing me to be home with my babies. For those I've worked with in the cattle industry, thank you for giv- ing me a chance to stand with you on this wild market ride. And thank you Troy, and especially God, for your support and faith in me to follow my dreams. I hope everyone who reads this will be "Awesome" the next time someone asks them how they are doing. Let me know what kind of response you get at newmanc@marykay. com. $97,900 $199,900 $299,900 DEADLINE for Sept. 8: 2 p.m. Frida00 Sept. 2