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PlTI .l m A-'e"-'- ! Thursday, September 10, 2009 ews * Kimball, MN WilE i IlUI$ OFFENSE DEFENSE l SPECIAL TEAMS Kimball Junior Ty Filzen (#38) runs the ball down the field. The Cubs defeated St. John's Prep 42-0 with a much younger team. Nearly 80 percent of the Kimball team is in grade 9 or 10. The Cubs began training in mid-August. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Bus trip to see Titanic exhibit Tuesday. Sept. 22.9:15 a.m. to see Titanica, a film that takes you 5 p.m. bus trip to Science to the wreck of the Titanic, almost Museum of Minnesota 3 miles beneath the surface. Par- Travel back to 1912 to experi- ticipants will also enjoy lunch once the legendary story of RMS at the historic St. Paul Hotel's Titanic through photographs, MStreetCafd. sound and more than 200 genu- Price includes transporta- ine artifacts. Explore first-class tion in a deluxe tour bus, Titanic and third-class acomodations Exhibit and Omnitheater tickets, and see personal items recovered and lunch at the St. Paul Hotel. after 80 years on the ocean floor. Cost is $65 for members, $70 for Discover the science of preserv- non-members. Call Diane at (320) in~ the artifacts that will tell the 253-8424 for reservations. Maxi- story for generations to come and mum of 54 people, so make your be the first in the world to see arti- reservations soon. facts recovered from Carpathia, Departure is 9:30 a.m., lunch at the ship that came to the rescue of 11, Onlnitheater at 1 p.m., exhibit a sinking Titanic. Visit the Omni- viewing at 2 p.m., return is at theater's domed, giant screen to 5:30 p.m. ~Aafon Laabs, sophomore Travis Schiefelbein,Austin Ruehle, sophomore I quarterback, son of sophomore linebacker, son of kicker and kick returner, son | Marguerite and Randy Laabs. Robin and Tim Schiefelbein. of Penny Ruehle and Ray | Aaron was 9 for 15,Travis had 1 interception, Ruehle. Austin had a 90-yard | 164 yards passing and8 solo tackles, and numerous kickremrn for atouchdown,~ I 3 touchdowns, assisted tackles, he ran in a 2-point con- version after touchdown 1 and kicked 2 of 3 point - | after touchdowns. Aqua Belles, 8-31-09 Kim-Built 10 14 Kimball Junior Jake Linn (#2) was one of the hard-working Cubs who helped win a 42-0 victory over the Tessmer's GravelGals 7 O Kimball Fire Dept.8 16 St. John's Prep Johnnies. Head coaches this year are Jamie Leither and Jason Mortenson: assistant GJlberts Gals 5 2 SOB's 7.5 16.5 coaches are Chris Rossman and 5am Rossman. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Aqua Lanes 4 3 H & S Cooling 0 0 Schmidty'sKitties 3 4 Winter's 0 0 AgVenture receives ranking/national certification Alf's , 2 5 Top Ten: Mark Serbus 215, 201,586; Schmidtys Bitties 27 36 Bill Liedman 215, 575; Tony Stew- ~ AgVenture Feed & Seed Inc., a tion. The certification process is ucts in a friendly, trusting envi- 160 game or better: Maine Schreif- art 20g, 200, 571; Dave Unterberger business specializing in feed and designed to confirm the business r0nment In January of 2003 after els 165, 160; Andrea Miller 160. 545; Matt Adolph 200, 539; Chuck seedproducts combined with ded- is at least 51 percent owned, oper- the death of Randy Hansen, Sandy Commercial League, 9-3'09 Hunt III 220, 534; Jack Fischer 504; icat%d personal service, recently ated and controlled by awoman or Hanson became sole owner of Triple R 16.5 7.5 Jeremy Salzbrun 503; Brian Mack- ear~ the position of 3298 on the women. AgVenture and continues to oper- H & S Heating/AC 16 8 ereth 219, 494; Corey Kirchner 192, 2009 Inc.5000 list. Inc.Magazine is By including women-owned ate the business presently. AgVen- S J Roofing 14 10 494; JodyMackereth 201. a national publication for entre- businesses among their vendors, ture offers a full line of custom- preneurs that annually ranks [he corporations, arid ~6V~flS155~lS~ i~d ~/t~ ~tPld bull( 9r0duete to fit 5chiefelbein elected Angus delegate ro~,e0,~,o~i~ private compa- agencies demonstrate thei ..... th ..... l agriculturalneeds. nies mitment to fostering diversity About WBENC , Donald K. Schiefelbein of Kim- of Columbia and Canada, the del ...., ...... e:~-:'~,,~::~ AgVen~,~ recewed and the continued development The Women s Business Enter- ball, has been elected as a dole- egates will participate in the busi- nationallY[icOn as a Wom- of their supplier/vendor diversity prise National Council is the gate to the 126th Annual American hess meeting and elect new officers en s Bu,s_ifieSs E prise by the programs, nation's largest third party cer- Angus Association* Convention of and five directors to the American Women s i Bt!sineSg Development Tolearn more about AgVenture, rifler of businesses owned and Delegates, Nov 16, in Louisville, Ky, Angus Association board ~o.. ~lin~i-. ta a re-ional .... . ~..t..r of ~v~l ~mso , o please visit