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'L Cubs flattened on the gridiron a non-conference affair with the Jordan Hubmen/Jaguars, the Cubs were left wondering if the 2-nick- named opponent was playing with a double roster. Suffering a 47-14 loss, the Kimball faithful can only believe things hre bound to get better. The Cubs travel to Bel- grade-Brooten'-Elrosa to play the Jaguars in a Central Minnesota game at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6. Above, quarterback Cameron Hunt hands the ball off to runningback Troy Filzen during the Friday night football game at Jordan. By Pat Garry, staff writer The Kimball Cubs grabbed a bus ride to Jordan Friday, Aug. 30, and that was the last thing they would get their hands on that eve- ning. Starting the 2013 season in Senior citizens help mentor kids New clothes are being bought, backpacks are being prepared, and buses are being boarded as chil- dren begin the journey of a new school year. They are not alone in their preparations; their anticipa- tion and excitement is shared by 200 Foster Grandparent senior vol- unteers who will also be back serv- ing in local schools, Head Starts, and other non-profit agencies. At Kimball Elementary school, two local seniors volunteer as Fos- ter Grandparents: Gwen Caird and Nancy Stanz. At St, Mary Help of Christians school in St. AuguSta, Sharon Lauer also serves as a Fos- ter Grandparent. Foster Grand- parents often work with children to improve reading skills, increase their understanding of math con- cepts, and provide extra atten- tion and support to those that are falling behind. These volunteers become role models for the stu- dents they mentor. Students are able to develop practical skills and a higher sense of serf-worth. we begin another school year, we are reminded once again of the investment Foster Grand- parents make in youth in our com- munity," said Stacy Lund, Fos- ter Grandparent Program Direc- tor:"Our volunteers serve as tutors, mentors and friends to kids who need them most. We are grateful for their efforts, and for the lives they change each school year." About Catholic Charities Central Minnesota Foster Grandparent Program Foster Grandparents spend 15 to 40 hours per week helping chil- dren in schools, early education programs, residential facilities, and other nonprofit agencies. Through their service, the foster grandpar- ents create relationships with and become role models for children who need such constructive rela- tionships the most. Senior Corps, which is under the direction of the Corporation for National & Community Ser- vice, consists of the Foster Grand- parent Program, the Senior Com- panion Program, and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. The Central Minnesota Foster Grand- parent Program is sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. For information on the Foster Grandparent Program, or becoming a foster grandparent, please contact Emily Chaphalkar at (320) 229-4597, or echaphalkar@ ccstcloud.org. Car crash in St. Augusta St. Augusta Rescue, Gold Cross and Stearns County Sheriff's Office responded to a single vehi- cle car crash in front of 24575 CR 7 in St. Augusta Friday, Aug. 30. Roberta Herold was northbound on CR 7 when she experienced a medical situation and passed out. Herold's car struck a tree causing extensive damage to her car. Her- old was taken to St. Cloud Hospi- tal and the accident is under inves- tigation. Collision on U.S. Hwy 12 Thursday, Aug. 29, at 9:24 p.m., the Meeker County Sheriff's Office, Minnesota State Patrol, Das- sel Fire and Rescue, the Minne- sota Department of Transporta- tion, and Gold Cross Ambulance responded to H.S. Highway 12 and County StateoAid Highway 14, in the city of Dara~n, for a two-vehi- cle accident. Katelyn Knutson, 16 years of age, from Watkins, driv- ing a 2004 Ford Taurus proceeding north on County State Aid Highway 14, collided with a westbound 2010 International Lonestar Semi truck driven by David Rogalla, 46 years of age, from Litchfield. Upon the responding units' arrival, it was learned that no one needed medical attention. An esti- mated 150o180 gallons of die- sel fuel leaked onto U.S. High- way 12, from a ruptured fuel tank as a result of the accident. J.R. Oil Company of Dassel responded to assist with cleanup. The Minne- sota Department of Transporta- tion and Wenk Associates of Maple Plain also responded to assist with the remaining fuel cleanup. The accident is currently under investigation by. the Minnesota State Patrol. IW Kimbalrs #80 Will Spaulding goes up for a pass against three Jordan Hubmen defenders during the non-conference football game, the first of the season. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs. A'rTN: Kimball Classmates of 1983 It's hard to believe that w6 will be celebrating our 30th year class reunion. A small committee has been working to plan this spe- cial event. Please hold and block off Saturday; Sept. 7, at 6 p.m. at the Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. We plan to have a happy hour, din- ner; music and a small program. To sign up, and get further infor- marion about the event, please go on Facebook to "Kimball Class of 1983," nt e-mail khendrickson 12@yahoo.corn, and you will be pro- vided more information about this event. If parent, grandparents or commtmity members can help get the word out to any of our former classmates of 1983, we would greatly appreciate it. We would like to see a strongmm-ont for our 30th retmion and appreciate any and all support in helping to get the word out to some of our former classmates. KHS Class of 1958 Reunion Sept. 7 The KHS Class of 1958, will have their 55-year reunion Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Waterfront Lakeside Grille on Clearwater Lake. Gather- ing will be from noon until 4 p.m. For information, please call (320) 333-9089, or e-mall jdmoserbig fish@gmail..com. KAHS Class of 1988 reunion The Kimball Class of 1988 will hold its 25th class reunion on Sat- urday, Sept. 14, at the Red Goat in Watkins. Social at 5:30 p.m., buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m., and DJ from 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. All KAHS alumni welcome to join us after 9 p.m. Please contact lulie Meier- hofer Maruska at juliemaruskal@ gmail.com, or (952) 451-5296, for more information. Cokato Historical Society receives grant Society receives Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grant for continued glass plate scanning and digitization The Cokato Historical Society has received a grant in the amount of $10,000 from the Minnesota Historical and Cultural Grants program. This grant will be used to fund Phase VI of the contin- ued scanning and digitization of glass plate negatives from the Gust Akeflund Photography Studio col- lection. For this phase, 2,000 of the 5x7 plates will be scanned, with digital copies produced for archiving. Upon completion of this phase, nearly 85 percent of the more than 11,380 plates in the collection will have been scanned and digitized. Funds distributed through this program are generated by the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Act constitutional amendment passed by the voters of Minnesota in November 2008. This amendment increased the state sales tax by 3/8 of 1 percent, with the funds separated as follows: Outdoor Heritage; Clean Water; Parks & Trails; and Arts & Cultural Her- itage. The State Historical Pres- ervation Office of the Minnesota Historical Society administers the portion of the Arts & Cultural Heritage funds made available to museums and historical agencies. For more information about the Legacy Amendment funding, visit the web site of the Minnesota Historical Society, www.mnhs.org, and click on the "Historical and Cultural Grants" link. Information about the Aker- lund Studio can be found at the museum's web site: www.cokato. ran.us, and click on the "Cokato Museum" link, or call (320) 286-2427. The Cokato Museum is a coop- erative effort of the City of Cokato and the Cokato Historical Society. 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