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Thursday, September 22, 2011 Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN Gi Kottke-Sanderson Schmidt 25th John and Lou Ann Garding of Kristin Kottke of Howard Lake A surprise 25th anniversary Kimball are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming and Ben Sanderson of Maple Plain party was held for Janie and Dean wedding of their daughter Leah announce their engagement and Schmidt Saturday, Sept. 10. The Garding to .Timothy Eiynk, son upcoming wedding, couple was married June 21, 1986, of Michelle and Timothy Kuhn of Parents of the bride are Marson at Concordia Lutheran Church in Kimball and Randy and MaryJo (Mac) Kottke of Howard Lake and Fairhaven. It was a great surprise. Eiynk of Sauk Rapids. Sharon Kottke of Cokato. Leahisa2004graduateofKim- Parents of the groom are Paul KAHS Class of ball Area High School and a 2007 and Diafle Mutterer of Buffalo and graduate of St. Cloud Technical Troy Sanderson ofZimmerman. 1981 reunion College. She is currently employed The wedding will take place on as an LPN at the St. Cloud VA Pri- Saturday, Oct. 15, at Our Fathers The Kimball Area High School mary Care Clinic. Lutheran Church in Rockford with Class of 1981 plans a reunion for Timothy is a 2001 graduate of the reception to follow. There will Saturday, Oct. 8. Kimball Area High School and is a also be a public dance at the Rock- For details, please contact Judy full-time student at St. Cloud State ford Township Hall starting at at, or University. He is currently emo- 7 p.m. Jayne at ployed with Facilities Manage- ment at the St. Cloud VA. An Oct. 1, 2011, wedding is planned. Sign up for a library card this month Annandale Downtown Art Crawl Thursday evening, Oct. September is National Library its 32 locations. Items can be Card Sign-up Month. Across the reserved using the online catalog country, libraries take this oppor- at the GRRL website, www.griver. tunity to remind people of the ben- org. Deliveries to the locations are efits of owning a library card, which made five days a week. can be life-changing. Libraries have GRRL provides arts and cul- been called the poor man's univer- tural heritage programming such 6, sity for the work they do bringing as music concerts, art classes and 5:30-8:30 p.m., meander through information to their patrons. Infer- author talks using Legacy funding many of the downtown busi- mation can make you employable, from the State of Minnesota. (Con- nesses and meet artists displaying It can save you money. It can save sult the Events page on the library their wonderful and unique works you time. It can make you more effi- website for programs in your area.) while listening to the sounds of cient. It can make the time you have Your card is already paid for. talented local musicians, more pleasurable. Approximately 70 percent of GRRL The businesses involved in this All those who live in Benton, funding comes from county taxes, year's annual event include Amer- Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, with some additional funding pro- ican Family Insurance, Annandale Todd or Wright Counties are enti- vided by state and federal sources. Embroidery, Curves, Dive's, In Hot tled to a card from Great River If you or other members of your Water, Miller's Jewelry, Rich's Bar Regiona! Library (GRRL), free of and Grill, Sassy's, SnootyFox, State charge. The card can be ~sed at Farm insurance, Stone Creek, Vin- 32 public libraries in those coun- tage Farm, andZahler's, ties. To begin borrowing from the Artists will be displaying works library, a person need only corn- which include a variety of paint- plete a library card application ings, jewelry, mixed media, pot- providing proof of identity and tery, fibers and listen to a variety of residency within the six counties. musical sounds and styles. What a Services available at all GRRL great evening of fun. libraries include: Books: bestseller fiction and non-fiction, atlases, encyclope- dias, manuals, etc. Legal Notice Children's books, DVDs and Fairhaven Township will hold music CDs a public hearing on Monday,.Magazines Oct. 3, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. for an Audiobooks: fiction and non- Interim Use Permit requested by fiction on CD, on cassette, and Richard and Marlys lanski, as they downloadable want to spread Bi0solids on sev- Video on DVD and VHS: enter- eral of the farm fields they own tainment, documentary and for- in Fairhaven Township located in eign film Section 34 and Section 35. CDs: rock, jazz, Christian, Fairhaven Township Land pop, classical Use and Zoning Ordinances The Digital Library with a No. 4 addresses this in Section growing collection of download- 4.10.1 and Section 6.1. able books and audiobooks The meeting is scheduled at the Young Adult books for the teen Fairhaven Town Hall. reader Submitted by * Computer workstations and Ruth B. Johnson, wireless Internet service Fairhaven Township Zoning Interlibrary loan and recip- Administrator rocal borrowing from most other Published in the Tri-CountyMinnesota public libraries News Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011. GRRL has a collection of more than 950,000 items shared among family do not have a library card, stop by your closest GRRL location to get one. GRRL has branches in Albany, Annandale, Becker, Bel- grade, Big Lake, Buffalo, Clearwa- ter, Cokato, Cold Spring, Delano, Eagle Bend, Elk River, Foley, Grey Eagle, Howard Lake, Kimball, Lit- tle Falls, Long Prairie, Melrose, Monticello, Paynesville," Pierz, Richmond, Rockford, Royalton, St. Cloud, St. Michael, Sauk Cen- tre, Staples, Swanville, Upsala, and Waite Park. Willow Creek Lions Shelter, Hwy 55, Kimball ,~) GREAT RIVER REGIONAL Kimball Public Library Saturday 9-12 [ 5 Main Street North, Kimball, MN 55353 320-398-3915 ' Page 3 Saturday, Sept. 24, 5-7 p.m. Open 10 a,m. to 6 p.m. Daily. (320) 236.7685 KIMBALL LIONS@I (ALL YOU CAN EAT) Friday, October 7 Adults: $8e Serving Children 10 & under: $4o0 4:30 to 8:00 p.m. Gates open haft hour before sunrise and runs until 5 p,m. Vendors may begin their set-up Friday after 12 noon. Set up on yourtrailor ortables! 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