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Thursday, September 29, 2011 t Tri-Coun News* Kimball, MN . Students 4 You !!:---  -- - .... " = . "--: -- . ==17i ............... ..... r" p[I I' Kimball schools Menu Oct. 3-7 Breakfast Monday: Sausage patty & cheese on an English muffin, choice of juice or fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, choice of juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese bread, sausage patty, choice of juice or fruit, milk. Thursday: Egg bake, choice of juice or fruit, milk. Friday: Pancake or French toast, sausage patty, choice of juice or fruit, milk. Lunch Monday: Chicken Parmesan over pasta or Italian turkey sand- wich, green beans, sliced wheat bread, Mandarin oranges, milk. Tuesday: Italian dunkers or ham & Swiss on wheat, peas & carrots, sliced wheat bread, watermelon, milk. Wednesday: Turkey & gravy, mashed potatoes or ham wrap, car- rot coins, sliced wheat bread, can- taloupe wedge, milk. Thursday: Chicken divan or sloppy Joe on wheat, cucumber ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, peach slices, milk. Friday: Soft shell taco or corn dog, garden salad, Mexican rice bake, sliced wheat bread, pear slices, milk. Kimball senior Dining Menu Oct. 3-7 Monday-"500" & Blood Pressures: Hot roast pork sandwich, whipped potatoes w/gravy, squash, apricots. Tuesday-Euchre: Salmon loaf, oven-fried potatoes, peas in cream sauce, wheat bread, oatmeal cake. Wednesday-Pie Day: Shep- herd's pie, crunchy romaine salad, wheat bread, pumpkin pie. Thursday: Roast turkey, whipped potatoes w/gravy, coun- try trio, wheat bread, Jell-O poke cake. Friday: Breaded chicken, scal- loped potatoes, creamy coleslaw, wheat bread, pudding. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you.can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice o'f entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211, ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Coun- cil of Aging as part of the Older Americans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Dio- cese of St. Cloud. Jordyn Donnay wins tuition award The Catholic Order of Foresters (COF), headquartered in NaperviUe, Ill., awarded $25,000 in tuition reim- bursements to COF youth members attending Catholic school, kinder- garten through high school. Jordyn Donnay of Kimball was one of 100 winners selected in a random draw- ing who received a $250 award for the 2011-2012 school year. A mem- ber of St. Anthony Court 0743, lor- dyn, daughter of Eric and Denise Donnay, attends Holy Cross Catho- lic School. II1 nllllllll IIIIII Kimball Community Education Activities Community Education Youth Enrichment By Suzanne Robben, Community Education Youth Programs Last spring, every Monday in April, a group of students engaged in learning German basics in the Language Club. They learned some language, history, culture, and tried out some food. At the end of class, they were able to compose a postcard in German to a gentle- man that lived over there. They were told that they would receive a postcard back from him in Ger- man. Their postcards hadn't come in the mail yet, up until a couple weeks ago when they got a sur- prise. A surprise they were not expecting. A surprise of having their postcards delivered in per- son by their German pen pal, Thomas! A one-day tennis club was held with many energetic youth. We enjoyed the nice fall afternoon at the high school tennis courts learning basic tennis skills and having matches at the end of class. Next month, Mondays Oct. 3, and 17, you can sign UP for Vol- unteer Club, grades 4-8. Volun- teer Club will be at the Heritage House after school until 5 p.m. We will meet outside the Experience Room and walk to and from the Heritage House. For full descriptions, or to register online, go to www., and click on Cub Prints. You can also fill out the registration form in the Cub Prints or flyers that were sent home. If you have a club or recreation idea, or special talent that you would like to share with youth, let us know! Call Community Education office at (320) 398-7700, ext. 114, for more information. It is not too late to register. Don't miss out on the fun, get a friend and register TODAY! Annual Boy Scout popcorn sale kicks off Northern Star Council, which Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will About Trail's End Popcorn serves the Twin Cities, surround- ing counties and four counties in western Wisconsin, is thrilled to announce the kick-off of its annual popcorn sale. The popcorn sale will run from now until the end of October. The money raised from the pop- corn sale goes to support local Scouting programs. Currently more than 72,000 Scouts and families are registered members of the Northern Star Council. The Boy Scout pro- gram emphasizes citizenship, envi- ronmental appreciation, character development and fitness in a family start going door-to-door selling Trail's End brand popcorn to fund their local SCouting activities. Scouts will also be selling pop- corn in front of many local retail- ers including Walgreens, Rainbow Foods, Cub Foods and WalMart. For more information on the local popcorn sale, please visit the Northern Star Council website at, or www. If you have any questions about the Boy Scout Popcorn sale to sup- port local Scouting, please contact the Northern Star Council Service Trail's End popcorn, exclu- sively sold through the Boy Scouts of America as a fundraiser for local Scout councils, returns 70 percent of all sales revenue to. local Scout- ing. It is produced by Weaver Pop- corn Company, Inc., one of the larg- est producers and manufacturers of popcorn products in the world. An 83-year-old, family-owned com- pany, Weaver Popcorn distributes its products in more than 90 coun- tries. Weaver Popcorn has been supplying popcorn to Scout coun- Cils for their annual sales for more than 30 years. friendly environment. Center at (651) -254-9146. Newly elected 4-H Federation officers and zone reps The votes are in! Sept. 19, the Zone representatives: ested. Meeker County 4-H Federation Zone 1 Adult-TBD from Koronis Zones: met at 7 p.m. in the Library Meet- ing Room of the Family Services Center in Litchfield. The high- lights of this meeting include elec- tion of tile 2011-2012 4-H Federa- tion Officers and Zone Represen- tatives and approval of our budget. The newly elected officers include: President-Miranda Michaletz, Litchfield Satellites Vice President-Anne Gathje, Valley Victors Secretary-Elijah Michaletz, Litchfield Satellites Youth Treasurer-Shelby Schief- elbein, Kimball Kruisers Reporter-Katie Peterson, Dan- ielson Hustlers Adult Treasurer-Pat Hansen, Dassel Lamplighters Eager Beavers (New) Youth-TBD from Kimball Kruisers (New) Zone 2 Adult-Roxanne Olson, Dassel Lamplighters Youth-TBD from Valley Victors or Dassel Lamplighters (New) Zone 3 Adult-Tina Renne, Acton Buzzers Youth-Matt Krumrie, Daniel- son Hustlers (New) Zone 4 Adult-Joel Michaletz, Litchfield Satellites Youth-Robert Kipf or Jordyn Stenmark, Both from the Forest City Livewires (New) We are still looking for peo- ple to serve in the open positions listed above. Please contact the Extension Office if you are inter- 1-Kimball Kruisers, Koronis Eager Beavers 2-Dassel Lamplighters, Valley Victors 3-Acton Buzzers, Cosmos Com- ets, Danielson Hustlers 4-Litchfield Satellites, Forest City Livewires Federation officers are elected for a one-year term and zone rep- resentatives for two. Congratula- tions to all those elected to an office or representative! We truly appreci- ate your commitment to service for the Meeker County 4-H Program! For more information on how to get involved with 4-H, call the Meeker County Extension Office at (320) 693-5275, tolt-free (877) 993-5275, or e-mail Page 5 The Kimball German Language Club met their Pen Pal, Thomas Woerner! From I to r, in back row are Suzanne Robben, Erin O'Brien, Haley Robben, Thomas Woerner, and Crystal Rossman. In front are Kyrie Rossman, and Abbey Schiefelbein. Submitted photo. 'FREE cbicl00en l00i00er! Bal Garade LLC HRS: Mon-Fri: 7:30.5:30; Sat: 0-Noon North of Hwy. 55 on Hwy. 15 in Kimball