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Pa00e 16 .. Community Thursday, September 2, 2010 Tri-County News Kimball, MN L ......................... :a!,iii: :?%! KHS Class of 1960 celebrates 50-year reunion Kimball&apos;s Class of 1960 reunion July 24 is pictured left to right, front row, LeRoy Weber, Katherine Och, Dorine Kotilinek, Doris Rosha, Mavis Miller, Lucille Hansen, Esther Hickman Donovan Theis, and Eugene Mertens. In middle row are Allen Schefers, Sharon Theis, Evelyn Notsch, Donna Becker, Bonnie Butler, Clarence Linn, Florence DeHeer, Mavis Magnuson, Rod waiters, Ron Becker, and Tony Kuechle. In back are Dennis Koenig and Doug Dingmann. theme was "Back to the Fifties," with prizes for the best outfits and nostalgic postage stamps. The high- light of the evening was a unique, quirky style show. Each classmate received an unusual or silly "award" designed for that classmate. They also each received a booklet, class picture and a door prize. Submitted by Esther Hickman The best "Back to the Fifties Outfit" winners at 1960 class reunion are left to right, Esther Hickman, Doris Rosha, Ronald Becker, Sharon Theis, Georgie Mertens, and Gene Mertens. Submitted photos. A Tribute To 00erica's Workers In 1894, the first Monday in September was designated as Labor Day, a naUonal holiday honoring all workers in our country, No matter where you work. or what you do for a Hving, the job you do is a valuable contribu'don to e American economy. "  WKH YOUR NEIGHBORS/,ND FRIENDS The Kimball High School Class of 1960 gathered at the Maple Lake VFW July 24 to enjoy a reunion with classmates. The committee that put the pro- gram together called themselves "The Five Chicks and the Rooster," and they provided a very memo table evening of reminiscing, sur- prises, laughter and silliness. The STATE BANK OF KIMBALL P.O. BOX 70 * KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 www.sfatebankafkimball.oam FDI( vJ Buffalo Hospital offers Heartsaver CPR, AED and First Aid Class Learn rescue skills including first aid, CPR 'and AED use with victims older than age 8 during a Heartsaver CPR, AED and First Aid class, Saturday, Sept. 11, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Buffalo Hos- pital. This class is recommended for the general public, as well as those required to learn these skills to meet OSHA requirements. Partic- ipants will receive an American Heart Association certification card good for two years. Heartsaver CPR, AED and First Aid is $65. The class meets at the Buffalo Hospital Administration and Conference Center, 303 Cat- lin St, Buffalo. Pre-registration is required; minimum enrollment is six, maximum of 10 participants. To register, visit < classes>, or call (866) 904-9962. For more information, call Buffalo Hospital Community Engagement and Wellness at (763) 684-7025. Search for Miss Teen Stearns County If you are single, between the ages of 13 and 18 years old, applica- tions are being accepted for the title of 2011 Miss Teen Stearns County. Miss Teen Stearns County will rep- resent her county at the Miss Teen Minnesota pageant, which will be held at the Ritsche Auditorium March 12 and 13, 2011, inthe city of St. Cloud. The young lady chosen as Miss Teen Steams County will become an ambassador from the Steams County area and will receive an offi- cial title and sash. The young lady chosen as Miss Teen Minnesota will receive a prize package and scholarship totaling $10,000, and the chance to repre- sent Minnesota at the Year 2011 Miss Teen International pageant. The American Heart Association's "Go for Red for Women" is the offi- cial charity of the Miss Teen Minne- sota Pageant. The current reigning 2010 Miss Teen Minnesota is Ienna O'Rourke of Dakota County. As Miss Teen Minnesota, ]enna speaks to the public about "Save Lives, Fulfill Yours, Volunteer for the American Cancer Society." When lenna was 13 years old her doctor discovered that she had a bone tumor. After she had the bone tumor removed, she was inspired to do something to make a difference. She founded the orga- nization High Schools Against Can- cer. This gives teens an opportunity to get involved with the American Cancer Society at their schools. For more information, visit <www.can->. Teens will compete in personal interview, fitness wear, fun fashion wear, and evening gown. There is no talent or swimsuit competition. Young teen ladies living in Stea- ms County, who are interested in applying; should write for bio- form to Miss Teen Minnesota Inter- national Pageant, PO Box 240537, Apple Valley MN 55124-0537, or call for information (952) 432-6758, or fax (952) 953-3896, or e-mail <pagunltd@frontiernet. net\>.