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Thursday, October 8, 2009 ,-- Tri-County News, Kim .......................................... rage 3 Dinner with an Author --imball schools Menu Kimball Area Friends of the Oct. 12-0ct. 16 beef hot dog, barley bake pilaf, Library hosts lOth annual or baked potato/ham & cheese, Dinner with an Author" National School Lunch Week whole kernel corn, sliced wheat Breakfast The Kimball Area Friends of the Monday: Toasted cheese bread, bread, fresh apple, milk. Tuesday: Turkey chow main Library will host its tenth annual sausage patty, fruit choice, milk. with noodles & rice or Italian tur- samdes 0r . dato . I "Dinner with an Author" Friday, Tuesday: Breakfastburrito, key sandwich, dinner salad, sliced *End of the season pricing on bird baths, "" ............. Nov. 20, featuring Will Weaver, a juice choice, milk. Minnesota author of A Gravestone wheat bread, watermelon, milk.bubblers & ceramic balls. -Bittersweet- NOV. i 2-14 & Dec. 5-7 Wednesday: Cereal choice, slice Wednesday: Taco salad or tur- made of Wheat. The title story oftoast, juice choice, milk. Sweet Land was produced into an Thursday: MEA independent feature film. Sev- Friday-MEA eral other titles include Red Earth, Lunch White Earth, Super Stock Rookie, Monday-Columbus Day: All- Saturday Night Dirt, Defect, Full Service, Claws, Memory Boy, Hard T7 Ball, Farm Team, Striking Out and1~, ~b~ll Setl~Ot" D~]l~l~ On the Fringe. L! key BLT wrap, Mexican corn, sliced wheat bread, cantaloupe wedge, milk. Thursday: MEA Friday: MEA Fall & aallo en d ,cor LI $T 2 SALES FOg gO09! Pashima scarves, Jewelry, vintage & new items, furniture. Garden art, iron fences, planters... Lots of new "funky" Jun NANA'S ATTIC Don't rni 9 the 68962 CSPtd 17,WRTKINS DI COUNTarea! JCTOFMN#24&MKRCTY#17 Itetr added each a]e. e-mail nanasattic PHONE 320-282-8906 Doors open for "Dinner with an Oct. 12-16 Suggested contribution for per- dayts ' Author" at 6 p.m. at Generations sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.25, Ballroom in Kimball. n chicken Monday: Sloppy Joe on a bun, or what you can afford. Guests DriVing ,~ ~ dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. tator tots, corn, pineapple tidbits, under 60 pay $6.50. ...... Mr. Weaver's presentation and Tuesday-Euchre: Roast beef, REMINDER: When there is a ~~~ booksigningwillfollow.Mr.Weav- whipped potatoes w/gravy, car- choice of entree on the menu, you r~ 30 Hour Classroom er s books will be available for pur- rots, wheat bread, chocolate chip will receive the first one listed chase. Tickets are $20. cookie. , UNLESS you notify us. The cof- ~ October 19-23 & 26-30 Tickets are available at the Kim, Wednesday: -Shepherds pie, fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every ~ in Kingston" ball Public Library or from a Kim- crunchy romaine, salad, wheat Wednesday. I be~o~ltl~e~C~e~l~ithbehind-the-wheelwith o ,Tem~o_~_P,~,,~,,....~....- ball Area Friends of the Library bread, frosted brownie . For reservations, call Rosa- ] ---Ye-a~-~un~t-- Licensed by the Dept. of PublicSafe~- member. Advance ticket sales only. Thursday:BBQturkey0nabun, lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between Register: 320-221-1210 or Tickets are available for purchase through Nov. 2. Library hours are Monday 3-6 p.m, Wednesday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 3-6 p.m, Thursday 1-8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-1, 3-6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-noon. Telephone: (320) 398-3915. The Kimball Area Friends of the Library was founded in 1998 and is very active in their community. The event is sponsored by the Kim- ball Area Friends of the Library to raise awareness of the library's presence in the Kimball area. The event is made possible through generous membership support. The Kimball Public Library is a branch library of the Great River Regional Library system. seasoned potato wedges, cucum- 10:30a.m.andlp.m.thedaybefore bar salad, applesauce, you plan on attending. Gift dining Friday: Chicken chow main, booklets are available at the Senior rice, Oriental vegetables, manda- Dining Site and the State Bank of rin oranges, fortune cookie.Kimball. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. This program is funded in part under a contract with the Central MN Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act Program. If interested, callKeith okala Guidelines for preventing spread of HIN1 in church Most Reverend John F. Kinney, gies such as First Communions each Mass: Bishop of the Roman Catholic Dio- and Confirmations should follow In light of the concerns regard- case of Saint Cloud, has issued these suggestions as well. ing the H1N1 Novel flu virus, guidelines for reducing the spread Because viruses are transmit- Bishop Kinney has issued the fol- of the H1N1 Novel Flu virus spa- ted by contact, a verbal exchange lowing precautions for our dio- cifically in parishes and schools, at the Sign of Peace is appropriate case, effective immediately: He specifically addresses the use under these circumstances. The At the Sign of Peace, a verbal of a common Cup for Communion priest or deacon may either omit exchange of peace is to be offered and physical contact at the sign of the invitation: "Let us offer one rather than a handshake or other peace. Along with the other Cath- another the Sign of Peace" or spec- contact. olic bishops in Minnesota, Bishop ify a manner of exchange in the (If it is your parish's custom) Kinneyissuedthedirectivesbelow, invitation, such as: "Let us offer a Holding hands during the Lord's effective immediately, in aletter to verbal sign of peace." Prayer is to be excluded. clergy this week as a follow-up to Holding hands during the In accordance with the recom- an initial letter in May 2009: Lord's Prayer is to be excluded, mendations from the Minnesota For faith communities I make Priests, Deacons, Extraordi-Department of Health, Commu- the following recommendations, nary Ministers, Sacristans, Greet- nion will be offered to the faith- effective immediately: ers and Ushers are to exercise ful only under the form of the In accordance with the advice good hand hygiene, i.e., washing Host; the common Cup will not be from the Minnesota Department hands with soap and water before offered until further notice. of Health, I am asking parishes, and after the liturgy. In particular, Good hygiene is recommended schools, and institutions of the those distributing Communionfor all. Hand sanitizer and tis- Diocese not to offer the common should use hand sanitizer before sues are available near the church Cup for Communion at this time. and after Communion. Boxes of entrances. Please cover your Provisions should be made for tissue and additional hand sani- coughs and sneezes. those with celiac disease who can- tizer are to be provided in the gath- Those who are exhibiting flu- not receive the Host, perhaps con- ering spaces, restrooms, kitchens like symptoms (fever over 100 with secrating a small chalice for their or church entrances for thosewho either cough and/or sore throat) Communion. Priest celebrants wish to use them. are dispensed from attending the and concelebrants and assisting An announcement should be Sunday liturgy and asked to stay deacons will continue to receive made at the beginning of Mass home. You may participate in lit- under both forms, per liturgical regarding these precautions and urgy remotely by viewing a tale- norms. Deacons, extraordinary reminders given prior to the Sign vised Mass. Thank you for your ministers of the Eucharist, andthe of Peace and distribution of Corn- cooperation. lay faithful will not be offered the munich. If you have a Web site, Bishop Kinney also urged peo- Cup. Notonlyisthereriskofinfec- please post this information as pleeverywheretofollowtheguide- tion from contact with saliva, but soon as possible, lines issued by the Centers for also from handing the Cup from To reduce the transmission of Disease Control to help curb the person to person, the virus, clean bathrooms more transmission of the virus. Bishop Communion in the hand is frequently. Disinfect door handles Kinney and his staff wilt monitor better hygiene in this situation; and ask ushers or parish nurses the situation closely and address it however, Communion is not toto freshen those areas between if anything significant changes" be denied to those who choose to Masses. Toys in play areas should For more information, contact receive on the tongue. If the sit- be sanitized after eachuse. Rebecca Kurowski, Director of uation worsens, these sugges- Each pastor has been asked to Communications at (320) 251-0558 tions will be revised. Other litur- speak the following message at or . 17002 Danzig Rd, Kimball $t59,900 Rhonda Green Off. (320} 685-5820 Dir, (320) 685-5925 Cell (320) 250-4648 (800) 352-1484 am: RhondaGreen@ Relaxing country living, convenient to Lake Carnelian. c~ 4 BR, 2 BA home has many recent updates including siding, I~:~AIIIII windows & doors, kitchen appliances & floor coverings, il f L