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Thursday, September 22, 2011 Page 5 Tri-County News Kimball, MN = . .... ............ __2 ..... _ ................................. I Thanks is also extended to all the participants. Listed below are the age cate- gories, first-, second-, and third- place winners and their time in the race. Age 14 and under: 1. Grace Kopitzke-Kimbal125:17 2. Sam Ehlinger-Kimbal128:48 3. Lyle Wotrang-Rockford 60:52 note: Lyle is 6 months old! Age 19-31: 1. Luke Nelson-Kimball 25:58 2. Sonny Schiefelbein-Kimball 30:23 3. Lisa Kuechle-Kimbal143:20 Age 31-40: 1. Jim Konz-Cold Spring 22:40 2. Darcy Konz-Cold Spring 24:14 3. Karen Heath-Kimball 26:24 Age 41-50: 1. Nancy Ruprecht-Watkins 36:08 2. Karla Ehlinger-Kimbal142:21 3. Lori Hunt-Kimball 45:33 Age 51 and older: 1. Joyce Kuechle-Kimbal143:20 2. Barb Liedman-Kimbal146:37 3. Darlene Looman-Kimbal146:38 K r I Ki.mball Uons 5K imbnllschoolsMenu .... ,I FR , ,I], , winners Sept. 26-30 potatoes & gravy, peas & carrots, .... ! ! Breakfast sliced wheat bread, watermelon, The 5Krace in Kimball Satur- Monday-Johnny Appleseed Day: milk.Tuesday: Taco salad, or Sails- I! 6 Sub :i day, Sept. 17, was sponsored by the Sausage patty & cheese on an English bury steak, corn, sliced wheat purth~e of a 6" Me 0f ~ or I [ Kimball Lions. They give a huge muffm, juice choice or ffuit, milk. bread, pear slices, milk. ::::~:'i!i!ii::, 9ree~wt.e&n21oz~soft~nk ~J thanks to Kimball Fire Depart- Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, juice Wednesday-Good Neighbor :| ment and to Jim Frilstad (Chief choice or fruit, milk. Day: Chicken nuggets, or sloppy ~0,m~,,~,~ *.i of Kimban Police)for controlling Wednesday-Good NeighborJoe on wheat, cucumber ranch Ext~ires10/22/11 _~| J ~ "------~ ........ I intersectiOnSracers, for the safety of the patty,Day: Toastedjuice choiceCheeSeorbread'fruit, milk.sausage cup,Salad'milk.Sliced wheat bread, peach | 6~Good only at" 24086 $~'ustState Hwy t5 (just N.N. ofof LuxLuxemburg on Hwy ...... 15) 320.2514533 | Thursday: Egg bake, juice choice Thursday: Turkey chow mein, or fruit, milk. or Italian pasta bake, corn, sliced Friday: Pancake or French toast, wheat bread, cantaloupe wedge, sausage patty, juice choice or fruit, milk. milk. Friday: Chicken parmesan over Lunch pasta, or Italian turkey on wheat, Monday-Iohnny Appleseed Day:green beans, sliced wheat bread, Meat loaf, or corn dog, mashed Mandarin oranges, milk. imball senior DininLq Menu pt. 26-30 Monday-Euchre: Chicken or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a la king, baking powder bis- choice of entree on the menu, you cult, peas and carrots, orange will receive the first one listed wedges, pudding. UNLESS you notify us. The cof- Tuesday-Euchre: Hamburger- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every rice casserole, corn, lettuce salad, Wednesday. gingersnap cookie. For more information, call Wednesday: Beef tips in gravy, Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211, egg noodles, French-cut green ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and beans, peach slices, applesauce 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are gelatin, available at the Senior Dining Site Thursday-SpecialsoftheDay. and the State Bank of Kimball. Friday-Bingo: Baked ham, Partially funded under contract sweet potatoes, vegetable medley, with the Central Minnesota Coun- wheat bread, rice pudding, cil of Aging as part of the Older 1% milk is served with everyAmericans Act and administered HWY 5fi, KIMBALL 320-8~-~ meal. Menu is subject to change, by Catholic Charities of the Dio- Suggested contribution for per- ceseofSt. Cloud. sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, Valley Victors 4-H Club Report Our most recent 4-H meeting cleaning. Also, at our meeting, we was held at the St. Paul Lutheran received a donation for $150 from church in Eden Valley at 7 p.m. the Adeline and Alphonse Kue- Monday, Sept. 12. The meetingchle family, which was very much was also apizzaparty (which was a appreciated. lot of fun). The roll call was "What Finally, Valley Victors also was your favorite summer activ- elected new club officers. They ity?" Our old business discussion are: Katherine Gathje-reporter, was about road-ditch cleaning, George Lernke-treasurer, Shelby county fair, state fair, and the food Kuechle-vice president, and Tori shelf garden. The food shelf gar- Barka-president. den went really well, and in case I Our next meeting will be held didn't mention what we did, I will at Steve and Carrie Ludwig's home tell you. We, as a club, planted a at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. Anyone garden at the Lemke's home and interested in learning more about donated the produce to the Eden 4-H is invited! If you have any Valley food shelf. 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