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Pa ,o ] n Thursday, September 10, 2009 Tri-Coun News • Kimball, MN Gohmann family will host YFU international student The Sheri and John Gohmann to YFU international students each family of Kimball is welcoming a year. With 65 offices around the new "daughter" for the 2009 aca- globe, Youth for Understanding is demic year ~ Lara Larissa Weber, one of the world's oldest, largest, a Youth for Understanding USA and most respected international (YFU) exchange student from Get- exchange programs. Since 1951, many. YFU, has facilitated more than Lara will attend Kimball Area 240,000 student exchanges across High School in Kimball. the globe in its mission to prepare Eagertojoinherhostfamilyand young people for the responsibiti- become immersed in the Kimball ties and opportunities in a chang- community, Lara will live as a true ing, interdependent world. member of the Gohmann family, Additional information regard- participating in social activities ing hosting international stu- and events, vacations, and daily dents through YFU USA is avail- household chores. In turn, she will able at or at also sharethe culture andcustoms (866)4-YFU-USA. Questions about of Germany with her host family, hosting in your local commu- friends, and fellow classmates, nity may be directed to YFU field More than 2,000American fam- director Marilyn Hostetler at (612) • lies open their homes and hearts 817-9530. I t m n [] i www.tricountynews.MN Meeker County DEMOLITION DERBY Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009 , 1 p.m. Meeker County Fairgrounds, Litchfield, MN • NEW THIS YEAR Mighty Mini Division i i m m I I I • SEVEN DIVISIONS: • : . st~cCu[l~l~?rcr~ls in this division • i • • ~.ompacx • • • Chain Stock - including Wagons • • - One-Half Ton Pickups • • • Stock - 1980 and newer • • • Cars and Wagons • • Come for "Bang Up" afternoon of fun!!! I Admission: $8.00 (adults) 7 and under free • Refreshments available on Fair GroundsWl • More information contact Wally Strand ~ B- Daughter of Casey & Becky (Math/es) Sieben Sunda September 20 Serving to Noon Watkins Vmage Hall Adults: $7, Children (4.12): $5, under 4: Free Sausag Henflin8 graduates from Carleton College Shane Henfling, of Watkins, mencement ceremony. Philan- is a private, co-educational col- received the Bachelor of Arts thropic businesswoman Annie lege of 1,900 students located 40 degree in economics from Carle- S.C. Wu and acclaimed concert miles south ofMinneapolis and St. ton College during its 135th Corn- pianist Peter Basquin, a 1964 grad- Paul. High academic standards, mencement exercises, held Satur- uate of Carleton, each received an an excellent teaching faculty and day, June 13. Honorary Doctor of Humane Let-a diverse student body contribute Henfling is the son of Gregoryters and addressed the graduating to Carleton's outstanding reputa- Henfling and Candice Henfling.class, tion. Carleton also presented two Ranked amongthe nation's top honorary degrees during the com- liberal arts institutions, Carleton MOST COHSUMERS DOH'T JUST READ THE PAPER. THEY TAKE ACTIOH WffH IT, So Over 100 million adults read a newspaper each day But they do more than just read. They are moved to take action by t~e advertising in it. if you want response to your advertising, place it where it will be seen, where it will be used, where it will move readers to act on what they read. action in the past th~ menth~: checking aria, ci!ppi~J coupons, or checking er ertainment listings. ~poff I~king at ack~rt~ing ~#n~_n ~ading the paper. ir~rt in past 30 days. pL~rt~ ~ceit~ in,arts in the r~wspape say r~Pal~ ate the medium u~ct most to checkout ads- mOl~ th~n r.~db, TV, internet, magazinas and carats combined. pmple visieda we~ in p~ 3o de~. COP,~I~T ~.ND[~ICt,I BY ALLIED ~RTI~ PUE4-W~TYPRC~wanoI~ AL LIE0-OI~ F-~T WE.tJ~) M