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PAGE 8 September 22, 2016 II qlb, A,,,l-A ....... www.tricountynews.mn News of our Rudy's Annual students Ride & Ribfest By Pat Garry, StaffWriter North Dakota State University 0 9 (NDSU)graduates ct The Cubs hosted a non- " conference match vs. Kerkhoven- From Kimball, Amanda Anie Pearl Lake Lodge presents Murdock-Sunburg Monday, Kuseske, BSN Nursing Rudy's Annual Ride & Ribfest for Sept. 19, and completed a 3-0 shut- University of Minnesota, Morris Sunday, Oct. 9. out. Set scores were 25-5, 25-14, graduation Rain or shine, register at and25-12. From St. Augusta, Tara 11 a.m., ride leaves at 12 noon. "KMS struggled to pass the Matthiesen received bachelor of Non-riders are welcome, foodball in serve-receive and defense. arts degree in psychology, with is served 12-6 p.m. Live music We passed well, and we served minor in management. 3-6 p.m., vintage cars welcome, aggressively and well. We were 750 pounds of ribs will be served, also aggressive in our hitting," All proceeds go to Holy Cross said Coach Tabitha Mortenson. School. Emma Kuechle had 3 service aces and 19 set assists; Madison Hurrle School night to join scouting had 14 kills; Kenzie Leither and Caitlin O'Brien each had 5 kills; Sept.22 Karl Schiefelbeinhad 11 digs. With Scouting, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts are always counting down to the next adventure they'll go on. Maybe it's artistic. Maybe it's an experiment. Maybe it's get- ting outside or helping the com- munity. You will make new friends and have new experiences that show you how exciting the world is and how awesome you are. Are Kimball stalwart on the courts YOU ready to be a GIRL SCOUT or BoYsco.T? Kimball a Join us at School Night to join Scouting at the Eden volleyball Valley Elementary School from ,AL~ ~ I~.*W .I..1L team loses to 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22. Kimball sign-up is same time, same date, at Kimball Elementary School. Kimball School Menus ,~d~]l~t ~ ~A~ sausage or deli sandwich, tri-tater, ,,.,.,b.., !-,,,... ~U-,OPU ~l celery sticks, carrot sticks, seasonal Break-fast fruit, milk. Dragons By Pat Garry, StaffWriter The girls took to the road last Tuesday, Sept. 13, and dropped a tough-fought match to Litchfield, 3-1. Set scores were 25-23, 20-25, 20-25, and 23-25. It was a good, close battle all night, as both teams scored at least 20 points in each of the sets. "We struggled to find con- sistency in our play. We had too many service and hitting errors, while still missing one of our set- ters and one of our liberoes," said Coach Tabitha Mortenson. Match highlights include Madi Hurrle with 10 kills and Kenzie Leither with 9 kills. Madi Hurrle had 4 blocks as did Caitlin O'Brien. Emma Kuechle had 15 set assists. Monday: Breakfast pizza or Tuesday: Beef soft tacos w/fix- choice of cereal, toast, flesh vegeta- ings or chicken patty sandwich, bles, canned fruit, milk. black bean salsa, shredded lettuce, Tuesday: Sausage & egg on diced tomatoes, seasonal fruit, English muffin or choice of cereal, milk. toast, flesh vegetables, juice choice, Wednesday: Crispy chicken milk. nuggets with breadstick or sloppy Wednesday: Mini pancakes, orJoe on a bun, homestyle coleslaw, choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- cauliflower, tomato wedges, sea- bles, seasonal fresh fruit, milk. sonal fruit, milk. Thursday: Breakfast burritos, Thursday: Penne with meat tri-tater or choice of cereal, toast, sauce with garlic toast or hot dog fresh vegetables, juice choice, milk. on a bun, celery sticks, garden Friday: Cheesy ham melt or green beans, cucumber slices, car- choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- rot sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. bles, seasonal flesh fruit, milk. Friday: Chicken Alfredo pizza or Lunch dell sandwich, sweet garden peas, Monday-National Pancake broccoli, cauliflower, seasonal fruit, Day" Pancakes/syrup/toppings,milk. Superintendent Update for the week of Sept. 19, 2016 By Jim Wagner, Be vigilant and don't be afraid KAHSSuperintendent to ask tough questions of your Good day Kimball. It is inter- children. esting today, writing this article As far as school updates, with all of the things going on in the new track is almost done. St. Cloud and the country, but Depending on weather, the hope is today I want to focus on our stu- to have the surface down this week dents and community, and the lines painted next week. The school year is now three Once the project is complete, the weeks in, and the students are district will make an announce- starting to feel the pressure and ment to let people know, so if any- stress of meeting deadlines and onewantstotryitout, wewillhave doing homework. It is really a list of shoe types that people can important now as parents that you use if they want to walk, jog, or monitor what your child is get- sprint around the track. It will look ring for sleep and nutrition as it all amazing once everything is done. plays a part in their academic suc- I want to congratulate all the cess and their overall health. This members of the Hall of Fame from time of year is tough as we get into this past week. Their accomplish- our routines. We sometimes forget ments ate nothing short of amaz- tolook and see the little things and ing and an inspiration to all of before we know it, the little things our young student athletes on the become very big things that could things they can accomplish when cause serious issues. As parents, they put their minds to it. Thank if you are seeing signs of abnor- you Hall of Famers. mal stress on your child or just Well that is all I have for now. some different behavior that you Just a reminder for all of you who have not noticed before, please do attend the activities, our FFA stu- not hesitate to call the School and dents are selling fruit smoothies talk to their teacher or principal. If at the games for their fundrais- we can identify things early on, it ing activity. If you get a chance, try makes it possible to put a plan in one. They are extremely good, and place to help students experience helping support a great program academic success early as well as here in the district. Have a great get the resources needed to help weekend and GO CUBS! them through difficult situations. Cubs' Stephanie Hurrle tips one over in the Watkins. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. KAHS National Honor Society cleans highway Saturday, Sept. 17, members from the National Honor Society went out to clean our section of highway in Eden Valley. They are, from left to right, In back, Katie Spaulding, Maicy Vossen, Emma Kuechle, Madi Hurrle, Caitlin O'Brien, Andrew Massmann, Katie Merchant, Kaylee Hechtel, and Brooke Smith. In front are Kenzie Leither, Alexa Ruehle, Holly Loch, Elizabeth Schlueter, and Abbey Schiefelbein. Submitted photo. a good beginning never ends Oaa't heakout e o o e o e Kindermu*ik ,wHhESFE program Kiml ll! Sept. 15 win against Eden Valley- High school juniors sought for Capitol page program By Rep. ]eff Howe The application deadline is Dec. 2 for high school juniors interested in gaining hands-on experience with Minnesota's state government by serving as a page at the Capitol in St. Paul during the 2017 legislative session. The House of Representatives page program has been in place since 1975 and is one of only a select few programs in the nation to provide young people with such an in-depth look into state govern- ment. High school pages attend meetings with legislators, assist members during the session, par- ticipate in mock committee ses- sions and more. There are 10 four- day sessions available in 2017, from early February until late April. "This is one of those opportuni- ties for local students to take what they have learned in the classroom and see it in action," said Rep. Jeff Howe, R-Rockville. "There really is no better way than the page pro- gram for a young student to get an up-close look at our state govern- ment. I hope we have some local students at the Capitol during the 2017 session." Program participants are selected in the fall of each year based on a formal process which includes an application, faculty recommendation and an essay. Stipends are available to defray expenses. More information is available by logging on to www. house.ran and clicking the "High School Page Program" link near the bottom of the site, or by calling (651) 296-7452. Local schools also can provide further guidance.