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........ www.tricountynews.mn TOPS open house Sept. 22 The TOPS Club of Kimball After months of work to reach will hold an open house at their goal weight, Wessling and 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Voigt will graduate to KOPS status, St. Anne's Catholic Church cafe- for Keep OffPounds Sensibly. teria to recognize two members TOPS Area Coordinator Shari who have achieved their weight- Kieper of Lamberton and Area loss goals. Captain Vicki Schreiner-Kaiser Everyone is invited to the Take of Hutchinson will present each Off Pounds Sensibly celebration graduate with a diploma, charm, to see how TOPS works, ask ques- andyellowrose, the KOPS symbol. tions and congratulate Jo Wessling TOPS was founded in 1948, and of South Haven and Pam Voigt of has more than 125,000 members St. Cloud. Lunch will be served in thousands of chapters across after a brief ceremony, the United States and Canada. Kimball Class of 1957 to meet Sept. 23 The Kimball Class of 1957 is Friday, Sept. 23, at Triple R Grill & planning a reunion at 12 noon Bar. Photos areplanned for 1 p.m. Wine & beer-tasting event Sept. 23 A wine and beer tasting eventEarly Bird Tickets are $20 (will is planned for 6-10 p.m. Friday, be put into a drawing) deadline Sept. 23 at the Great Blue Heron, Sept. 19. At the door $25. 305 5th Ave. S. Cold Spring. MN Please send registration to: 56320. Tanna Stucky 14933 CSAH 35 Join us to sample a variety of Litchfield MN 55355. Phone (320) wines and beers. Enjoy games,493-1213. raffles, and a silent auction. Light All proceeds will benefit the appetizers will also be served. Women in the Outdoors program. Watkins Lions 2nd Annual golf tourn. Sept. 24 The Watkins Lions Club and prizes. Second Annual Golf TournamentRegistration forms are avail- is Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Kimball able at Kimball Golf Club or con- Golf Club at 11823 County Road tacting Jason Klein at (320) 980- 150 in Kimball. 3872, Donna Heairet at (320) 764- Registration is 11 a.m., shotgun 6135, or Duane Finger at (320) 980- start is at 12 p.m. Entry fee is $50 6219, orfingerelec@meltel.net. for non-member, $40 per member. Proceeds benefit: Lions spun- Hole in 1 contest may win a car sored charities, local youth sponsored by A M Maus & Son. groups, high school scholarships, Golf packages include 18 holes community organizations, and of golf, cart, dinner after golfing, local cancer victims. Minnesota Pioneer Park Festival Sept. 24 Minnesota Pioneer Park in be craft vendors, bake sale, spin- Annandale presents the Nobel ners, activities in the barn, black Shadduck Fall Festival from smith shop, Wright County K-9 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24. demonstration. Also available is Gate admission is $5 for adults, Bouncy House, Kids Spelling Bee $4 for seniors, ages 17 and younger in 1902 school house at 2 p.m., are free. games and activities, wagon rides, Homemade beef stew and corn food and refreshments. -- bread will be available. There will Friends of the Library meet Sept. 26 The Kimball Area Friends of Monday, Sept. 26, at Kimball City the Library will meet at 7 p.m. Hall. Sept. 27 Job Fair in St. Cloud The Job Fair is 12:30-4:30 p.m. interpreters will be available from Tuesday, Sept. 27, at Rivers Edge 12:30 to 3 p.m. Convention Center, Glen Carlson For those who need an accom- Hall, located at 10 South 4thmodation to attend this event, Avenue in St. Cloud. please call Kelly Gerads at (320) Somali interpreters will be 308-5814, not later than Monday, on site during the Job Fair. ASL Sept. 19. Kimball Lions Fish Fry Oct. 7 The Kimball Lions All-You- service for this club. Adults are $9, Can-Eat Fish Fry is set for 4:30- 12 and younger are $4, age 5 and 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at Willow younger are free. Creek Park. Come out and support your This celebrates 35 years of Lions Club. Kingston Lions Blood Drive Oct. 11 The Kingston Lions Club is information, call Sandy at (320) sponsoring anAmerican Red Cross 398-8025. Blood Drive 1-7 p.m. Tuesday,The need is constant. The grat- Oct. 11, at the Kingstonification is instant. Give Blood. Community Center. Please bring photo ID or donor For appointment or card. Annual Turkey Dinner Oct. 16 in Kingston The Johnson Kelly American Adults $10, Children ages 6-10 Legion Post 483 and Kingston $5, Preschool children are free. Lions Club will have their annual Take-out is at side door, wait turkey dinner 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. time about 10 minutes. Sunday, Oct. 16, at the Kingston Please bring used eyeglasses Community Center. and hearing aids. PAGE 3 September 22, 2016 School night to join scouting Sept. 22 With Scouting, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts are always count- ing down to the next adventure they'll go on. Maybe it's artistic. Maybe it's an experiment. Maybe it's getting outside or helping the community. You will make new friends and have new experiences that show you how exciting the world is and how awesome you are. Are YOU ready to be a GIRL SCOUT or a BOY SCOOT.2 Join us at School Night to join Scouting at the Eden Valley Elementary School from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22. Kimball sign-up is same time, same date, at Kimball Elementary School. We want your 'hot' recipes The Kimball Fire Department Auxiliary is still looking for rec- ipes for their upcoming second edition cookbook. The deadline is Friday, Sept. 30, and there's a con- venient mailbox by the flagpole at the Fire Hall, or you can email them to kimballfiredeptauxiliary@ gmail.com. The cookbooks will be for sale at the 2017 annual fireman's breakfast. Meet the Candidate night The Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce will again host a "Meet the Candidate" night at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, at the KAHS cafetorium. This will be a great opportunity to meet candidates for local and state office, hear their answers to questions posed by the Chamber, and get answers to your burning questions as well. Refreshments will follow. Mark your calendars so you don't miss it. gaturday, geptember 24 11 a.m. Registration, 12 p.m. Shot9un Start L.t)ERSOff SCRh, MBLE BEST B LL $50 :or lqon-member of 601t: Course $00 per Member~Kimball Golf Course ENTRY INCLUDES: , 15 Holes with car* Prizes! * Dinner after Golfin9 Cash beverage cart service available CONTEST Win a CARl! Sponsored by A.M, Mare Registrati forms available at Kimball Golf Course Or contact: Jason Klein: 320-980-3872 Donna H0aireL 320764-6135 Duane Finger: 320-980-6219 or flngerelec@meltel.net Proceeds to benefit: Lions Sponsored Charities - Local youth groups High School scholarships Community organizations. Local Cancer Victims Sunday, Sept. 25 Church of Serving from Our Lady 4-7:30 Raffle tickets sold by all Adults $9; 6-12 $5,1-5 $1 Church of Our Lady members. Menu: Smoked Grilled Pork Chops, Drawing SepL 25, 7 p.m. Au gratin Potatoes, Corn, Cole Slaw, Whiner Need Not Be Present Ice Cream~Strawberries, Bread, $1 Prizes Over $8000! Pickles, Coffee & Milk Catholic Unitec1.4JJll . CATHOLIC UNITED FINANCIAL Ftnanclal MATCHING GRANT FUND-RAISER Sponsored by OUR LADY OF GRACE CATHOLIC AID COUNCIL Matchin l Grant for ReliQious Education ProQram up to $1,000 join us! Sunday, October 2 Serving I0:30 am- 1:00 pm Assumptmn Church Eden Valley The Magnificent 7 Sully Hell or High Water Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Come and Thank Jim for his 10 Years of Service! 1-6 p.m. Thursday, September 29 Kimball City Hall Cake & cookies will be served! t September as