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Pa-o a Thursday, September 10, 2009 Tri-County News !(imb l, MN ......... . .-, ........................... ~ .... ~j~!ggi~ig~:;~iii:~ii Charles Kraft, 67 Charles Kraft, formerly of Min- neapolis, cited Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009, at his Kimball home. Hewas 67. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Dingmann Funeral Care Cha- pel in Kimball with Pastor Steve Rowland officiating. Friends may call one hour prior to the service Saturday at the funeral home. Charles Milton Kraft was born June 12, 1942, in Aberdeen, S.D. to Earl and Irene (Broitzman) Kraft. He married Jill Krier on Jan. 12, 1990. Chaflie worked as a brick- layer for more than 40 years, retir- ing in 2003 from Gresser Con- crete and Masonry where he had worked more than 20 years. He was a member of the Minnesota and North Dakota Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Union. Char- lie was an avid hunter and fisher- man, and he loved his farm. Charlie is survived by his wife Jill; son Jeffrey (and Sheryl) of Appleton, Wisc.; grandchildren Robert, ]oseph and Sarah; great- grandson Rylan; sisters Kathy Kraft of Coon Rapids, and Linda (and Doug) Johnson of Lilburn, Ga.; and nieces and nephews Charles (and Teresa) Newman of Monroe, Ca., Jerald (and Rachel) Kraft of Champlin, and Mandy Bradley of Andover. Herbert Schabel, 84 Herbert Schabel of Luxemburg died Monday, Sept. 7, 2009, at the Quiet Oaks Hospice surrounded by his family. He was 84. Mass of Christian burial will be at 11 a,m. Thursday, Sept. 10, at St. Wendelin's Catholic Church in Luxemburg, with Rev. Marvin Enneking officiating. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, and after 9 a.m. Thursday at Mary Hall in Luxemburg. Parish prayers will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Mary Hall. Entombment will be in Assumption Cemetery Mauso- leum. Herb was born Jan. 12, 1925, in St. Cloud to Oswald and Frances these activities with his wife, fam- (Kruchten) Schabel. He married ily, and friends. Lorraine Borman Nov. 24, 1962, at He was preceded in death by St. Anne's Catholic Church in Kim- his parents; and brother Ralph ball. Herb owned and operatedwho died in 1963. Aglow-St. Cloud Lake Union Covenant church events The fall schedule for Lake Union Covenant Church has some spe- meets ,,_Laepl:. 19 cial events planned. The church is located at 74246 CSAH 19 in Aglow-St. Cloud will meet from South Haven. Sunday worship is at 9 a.m., Sunday School for all 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 19 ages is at 10:15 a.m. The Wednesday Bible Study planned weekly for at Michael's Restaurant. The loca- 6:30 p.m., will begin Sept. 16. The topic will be "Four Views of the Book tion is South Highway 10 in St. of Revelation." Cloud. If you plan to stay for lunch, A men's breakfast will be at 8 a.m. the third Saturday of each month, please sign up when you arrive at Triple R Restaurant. so Heinrich will have meals pre- The church's special event of Blaze Orange Festival will be Thurs- pared, day, Nov. 5. The guest speaker for the event The church phone number is (320) 398-2992. Pastor Lloyd Melvie's is Dan Hall. cell phone is (320) 894-1084. Kimball Church of Christ pig roast and concert Rebecca's Well is a musical outreach ministry of Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Maple Lake. Richard Eckman of Kimball plays with this band on various occa- sions and the Kimball Church of Christ will have them as enter- tainment for the evening of Sept. 13, 6:15 p.m., after the pig roast. The band seeks to commu- nicate the Biblical message of sal- vation. Rebecca's Well has per- formed in concert to both 'large and small venues and has led wor- ship and outreach services for churches throughout the area. The pig roast begins at 5 p.m. The Kimball Church of Christ invites everyone to bring a dish or two to share and join them for an evening of great food, fellowship and entertainment. Open D.O.R. Breakfast at Zion United Methodist Church Zion United Methodist Church in South Haven is having a Free Pan- cake Breakfast from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 20. setting aside work and celebrating life during a Day __Of Rest, is a cus- tom celebrated by many traditions and religions. We want to contribute to your day of rest with a free pancake breakfast. We want to feed all of God's children with the gifts God gives us. Sometimes we are hungry, but not just for sweet delicious pan- cakes. You are invited to join our worship service after the breakfast at 11 a.m., to feed your soul. It's going to be a celebration of life for our faith community to provide this breakfast for you. Have a church already? Great! You're welcome to stay as long as you like! For more information, call Pastor Luke Nelson at (office) (320) 398- 2925, or home 398-5081. Pedal Pilgrimage 2009 A day of biking and prayer Oct. 16, 10 a.m. start St. Gertrude's Catholic Church in Forest city is sponsoring a Pedal Pil- grimage from Forest City to St. John's Abbey in Collegeville. This is a prayer- fit bike tour stopping for prayer at Watkins, St. Nicholas, Cold Spring and Jacobs Prairie, culminating with dinner in the university refectory at 6 p.m. and joining the Monks of St. John's Abbey for evening prayer at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 is Education Minnesota (MEA) weekend. This 31-mile ride will be broken up for prayer at the various churches along the route. While the prayer will reflect the Roman Catholic tradition, this pilgrimage is open to people of all faith traditions. If St. Gertrude's is contacted by Oct. 9, arrangements can be made to get back to Forest City. Without prearrange- ment, pilgrims are responsible for getting home once at Collegeville. ~~~ Pilgrims may pre-register by e-mall to St. Gertrude's with Pedal Pilgrimage in the subject line. Registration becomes offi- cial when a signed registration and liability-waver form is accepted with a $30 fee that includes T-shirt and dinner. Tile pil~riI~la~e stal~s v~ith pr~yer i1~ St_ G~-i~nl~le~s ~urct~. 3160~ 6~O~F~ Ave., tltcl eld. Ammenities to meet your needs: 3 meals per day & snacks both 8chabel Trucking and 5cha- Herb is survived by his loving ~C['lodul~ exorcise and be] Beverage throughout his work- wife of 47 years Lorraine of Lux- ing life. He was a member of St. emburg; sisters Florence War .... Church activities, Wendelin's Catholic Church, the nertofSt. Cloud, Mildred Pelzer of NOW offering including mass 3 Umestmo. Waite Park Silver Star Post #428, St. Cloud, Laverne (and Bob) Win- RESPITE CARE . . . . . ....... ........ rtouseKeeping/launory services Eagles Aerie #622, and the Moose ter of Luxemburg, Delores (and Medication services with Lodge#1400. Denny) Johannes of St. Cloud, Idella Schneider of Avon, and Mar- LPN/RN services available He enjoyed taking trips in his motor home, spending time at ilyn Ranelle of Elk River. 24 hours per day the lake home, and going to the Arrangements were by Daniel casino. He especially liked doing Funeral Home of St. Cloud. "Iterita e g eItouseo, f Kimball [Emergency I ) i l Food She Inc. For more information: Joyce Quasi, LPN/Manager or Kim Norgren, LPN/Asst. Manager (320) | i: I ob!tua:ries, [ l{ m " guestbootcs u | Also open 2nd onday of the and videos on-line month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Kimball (320) 398-5055 [ tel. (320) 398-2211 I For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches, Served every Wednesday, 5-7:30! 5 Onlv $77-5 Children 10 & under $3 includesw .A~l bey & tax t room HWY 55, KIMBALL 320-398-3965 Available For private parges, banquets~ gradualion ~ ~ & uMverl~es