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......... ...... www.tricountynews.mn m,,Ik, A 9 October 6, 2016 Kimball Lions Fish Fry Oct. 7 l 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 7C:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at Willow younger are flee. reek Park. Come out and support your This celebrates 35 years of Lions Club. T St. John's Boys' Choir 'Seussicar Oct. 7-9 , ocal boys to perform and Chris), and Charles Studenski The St. John's Boys' Choir (Christopher andHillary). invites you to join your friends Presentation of "Boys on Horton the Elephant, Gertrude Broadway presents Seussical" in McFuzz, Yertle the Turtle, The Cat the Stephen B. HumphreyTheatre, in the Hat, and all the Whos in St. John's University, Collegeville. Whoville for this magical, musical Tickets $16 adults, $12 Senior adventure through the Jungle of (60+)/Student, and$SYouth (5-12) Noel. From the smallest of smalls Friday, Oct. 7- 7 p.m. to the tallest of tails, the choir's Saturday, Oct. 8 - 2 p.m. season opener promises to be fun & 7 p.m. for all ages. Sunday, Oct. 9 - 2 p.m. Members of the choir from the Tickets available through CSB/ local area include: Jonah Beck (Jill SJU Fine Arts Programming. and Jason), Karl Lexvold (Scott Please call (320) 363-5777, or visit and Roberta), Nick Olson (Shelly www.sjbchoir.org, for reservations. ~ Ostmark Lutheran Church Women of the ELCA Conceal & Carry class in Eden Valley, Oct. 8 A MN Permit to Carry class is $80 per person or $140 per cou- is being offered in Eden Valley pie. Register by texting (320)291- Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Eden Valley 1347 or at www.XTREMEasuresllc. Event Center on State Street. Cost com. Kingston Lions Blood Drive Oct. 11 The Kingston Lions Club is information, call Sandy at (320) sponsoringanAmerican Red Cross 398-8025. Blood Drive 1-7 p.m. Tuesday, The need is constant. The grat- Oct. 11, at the Kingston ification is instant. Give Blood. Community Center. Please bring photo ID or donor For appointment or card. 'It's Daylight in the Swamps,' Oct. 11 With Bill Jamerson songs will put a smile on your face. Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. at Bill lamerson will perform at Kimball Senior Dining Kimball Senior Dining which is Journey back to the days of located in the St. Anne's Catholic sawyers, skidders and swampers. Church cafeteria. Seniors who True stories, tall tales, along with plan to eat at Senior Dining prior authentic songs to create a pro- to the performance should con- gram that entertains and informs, tact Rosalea at (320) 398-2211, Hilarious stories and toe tapping Ext. 13, by Oct. 5 to make a reser- vation. For adults and teens. Movie Night at Eden Valley Area Library Friday, Oct. 14: Story Hour is Check out the Library FB page, 9:30-11 a.m. website www.eua122-org.doodle Neighborhood Movie Night kit.corn, or stop by the library for showtime 6 p.m. at Eden Valley details. Event Center. 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 flee. Lions Club will have their annual Take-out is at side door, wait turkey dinner 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. timeabout 10minutes. Sunday, Oct. 16, at the Kingston Please bring used eyeglasses Community Center. and hearing aids. Commemoration of Ivend Helen, Oct. 18 Author Robert Dudley will pres- Post Office: (Holen was killed by entaplaqueinhonorofIvendHolen the blast 40 years ago, a case that at a brief ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Dudleyhasresearchedextensively.) Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Kimball A receptionwillfollow. Dassel Fall Art Tour Oct. 22 The Dassel History Center photography, pottery, stained will present the Discover Dassel glass, wood, mixed media, and Fall Art Tour 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. sculpture to enjoy. Dassel History Saturday, Oct. 22. With 29 art- Center is located at 901 First Street ists, there will be drawing, fiber North in Dassel art, jewelry, furniture, paining, Meet the Candidate night, Oct. 27 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. "Deer Widows Weekend," Nov. 12 Saturday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m.- All proceeds 2 p.m. at Holy Cross School (in School. the gym). Food available for pur- chase, vendors and crafters. go to Holy Cross Vietnam and its aftermath Local author shares his 1960s. Maurer will share his per- also will share his desire to assist experiences of combat and sonal story when he served our Vietnam veterans by expanding understanding country as a member of the 82nd their social programs. As a deco- Sartell resident Michael Airborne Division from 1968-rated veteran himself, he knows Maurer will present "Vietnam 69. He and his fellow comrades firsthand what soldiers went and its aftermath" at the Stearns faced difficult combat conditions, through in Vietnam. His words, History Museum's Breakfast Club Emotions were pulled in vari- both spoken and those penned Wednesday, Oct. 12. The program ous directions, from compassion, in poetry, offer hope, healing and begins at 9 a.m. Maurer's presen- fear, and aggression. The experi- understanding. Please join us for tation is an account ofhisVietnam ence inspired him to begin writ- this fascinating presentation. experience as both a soldier during ing poetry and, most recently, the Breakfast Club program is free the war and as an in-country resi- novel, "Perfume River Nights," as for Stearns History Museum mem- dent some 30 years later, a way to document this period of bets and $7 for nonmembers. America's involvement in his life. Refreshments are served. The Vietnam escalatedthroughoutthe Maurer's efforts, though, goMuseum is located at 235-33rd beyond just telling a story. He Ave. S. in St. Cloud. mrday, October 8 8:30 a.m.- 1 Bake Friday, October 7 Serving 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Held at Willow Creek Park Come out and .. Coffee i,i ..,ppo%yO Children- 12 & under: *400 l)ickJe ,N I m . Children- $ & under: FREE Fanners It's EASY to renew or subscriber By mall, phone, fax, web, or e-mail. (See order form on page 18.) Deepwater Horizon Miss Peregrine's The Magnificent 7 Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 LUTHEH CHUHCH BEER. FOOD- FUN ANNUAL OPENER HOG ROAST! Saturday, October 15 MEAT RAFFLE:Serving 5-until it's MUSIC: David Lee 7-11pm Oct. 16 Conuuunity Center Serving 11 am to 2 pm Take-outavailable* Adults: $10 Ages 6-10:$5 *side door, approximate Preschool: Free wait time 10 minutes, ' American Legion Club