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PAGE 6 S. _ptember 22, 2016 SP 0 K.T $CHDUL$ Check schools' websites for the most current info. Kimball Cubs EV-Watldns Football Fri., Sept. 23, 7 pm, at Royahon Fri., Sept. 30, 1 pm, v. Upsala-Swanville, at Upsala Fill., OCT. 7, 7 PM,V. BROWERVILLE Fri., Oct. 14, 7 pro, v. West Central Area, at Barrett WED., OCT. 19, 7 PM, HOMECOMING, V. BBE Pri., Sept. 23, 7 pm, at Pierz-Healy Fri., Sept. 30, 7 pm, at Paynesville Fill., OCT. 7, 7 PM, HOMECOMING, V. HLWW Fri., Oct. 14, 7 pm, at Melrose WED., OCT. 19, 7 PM, V. MAPLE IAKE Volleyball THU., SEPT. 22, 7:15 PM,V. ROYALTON Thu., Sept. 22, 7:15 pm, at Pierz-Healy Fri., Sept. 23, 4 pm, Tournament at Midwest Sat., Sept. 24, Invitational at Dassel-Cokato Volleyball Warehouse Tue., Sept. 27, 7 pm, at Watertown-Mayer Sat., Sept. 24, 9 am, v. Southwest Christian at Thu., Sept. 29, 7:15 pm, at Paynesville Midwest Volleyball Warehouse THU., OCT. 6, 7:15 PM, HOMECOMING, V. HLWW EV-W/K Cross-Country Sat., Sept. 24, 10 am, v. MUaca, at Mllaca-Stones Throw Tue., Sept. 27, 4:30 pm, Invitational at Koronis Golf Course Thu., Oct. 6, 4 pro, Invitational at Litehfield Golf Course MEN., OCT. 10, 4:15 PM, MEET AT KIMBALL GOLF CLUB CentraCare Health Home Care & Hospice offers Health Care Directive sessions CentraCare Health and Light in writing. the Legacy are offering free Health CareDirectiveSessions: advanced health care directive CentraCare Health- Melrose, information sessions. Certified Big Birch Room 2-3:30 p.m. facilitators and a notary public Wednesday, Oct. 12 will be on hand to provide forms, St. Cloud Hospital, Hoppe answer questions and assist in Auditorium 1:30-3 p.m. Monday, completing directives. Nov. 7 A health care directive is a CentraCare Health Plaza, planning tool used to identify Windfeldt Room 5:30-7 p.m. who you want to make health Thursday, Nov. 10 care decisions for you if you aren't For more information or to reg- able to communicate. It puts your ister, visit, wishes regarding end-of-life care or call (320) 259-9375, ext. 28762. KHS Class of 1959 met Sept. 14 Kimball's Class of 1959 met Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Triple R Grill & Bar for their 57th reunion. They are pictured, from left to right, in front, Audrey (Theis) Anders, Kathleen (Meyer) Geislinger, Kathleen Mathies, Karen (Arens) Nelson, and JoAnn (Branson) Mack. In middle row are Crystal (Jacobsen) Osterberg, Audrey (Donnay) Hennen, Geraldine (Kuechle) Jonas, Marlene (Kuechle) Kalla, Ruth (Nelson) Ruka, Katherine (Schaefer) Gross, Jane (Lekander) Westrup, and Carol (VanNurden) Newman. In back are Richard Kuechle, Tom Flam, Ron Klein, Lloyd Newman, and Jim Stelten. Staffphoto by Jean Doran Matua, KHS Class of 1964 met Sept. 15 i _Specializing in: ~ 1 I[~'*Real Es~te ~ II I Cons|gnments II~Farm & Business Liquidations ~~[: l ! l ]']EstateqPersonal Preperty I Live o.r,.e A.c o. o Available! 7 i [ J The Kimball High School Class of 1964 met together Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. All appeared to have had a good time and are looking forward to the next get together. Pictured are 24 of the classmates in attendance. From left to right, in front row are Mary (Kuseske) Welters, Diane (Grossinger) Johnson, Judy (Stelton) Lusti, Joyce (Oster) Howard, Lucy (Smith) Mansicka, and Mary (Young) VanNurden. In middle row are Clementine (Gehrke) Schmidt, Pat (Stelten) Strohmeier, Joan (Stelten) Janisch, Diane (Norgren) Hess, DeLayne (Fox) Erpelding, Theresa (Merten) Berger, Karen (White) Marsh, Ken Nohner, and Barb (Yanish) Ryder. in back are Jeanne (Spaulding) O'Leary, Lester Schauer, Bob MoNey, Judy (Kirchner) Andersen, Nancy (Mackereth) Meyer, Art Faber, Ron Erpelding, Ken Kuechle, and John Gannon. Submitted photo. EV-W DECA 5K Color Run Oct. 8 Online & At Participating ~" Yo Be Our Parle#t! Watkins Chiropractic Clinic Dr. $. GaryVerbovanec 320-764-3000 165 Central Ave. N. Watkins EV-W Secondary DECA 2016 second annual 5K Color Run is Saturday, Oct. 8. The Color Run is an untimed, unofficial dis- tance race in which a~ ages (Color Runners) are doused from head to toe in different colors at each kilometer. Cost of registration $25/partic- ipant (includes color run T-shirt if registered by Sept. 27) payable day of event. Registration closes Thursday, Sept. 27. Event schedule: 9:45 a.m. registration begins at EV Elementary 10:45 a.m. Registration ends 11 a.m. 5K begins at Thielen Construction. It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, we.D, or e-mall. (See order form on page 183