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Thursday, October 13, 2011 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club met Oct. 2 The Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club held another monthly meeting Sunday, Oct. 2. New officers were elected for the new year. Congrat- ulations to Chelsey Maus-pres- ident, Shelby Schiefelbein-vice president, Abby Schiefelbein-sec- retary, Mitchell Hurrle-treasurer, Bailee Schiefelbein-repor ter, and Cora Gohmann-historian. Reminder to all officers, there is an officer training at 6:30 p.m. Mon- day, Nov. 21, at the Meeker County Extension Office. This week is National 4-H week. 4-H members wore their T-shirts on Wednesday to celebrate. New 4-H members were welcomed to the club. Anyone interested in joining 4-H is also welcome to come to a meeting. Themeet- ings are on the first Sunday of the Kimball Kruisers end 4-H week The Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club ended National 4-H Week on a high note. The club had many individual winners and was rec- ognized as a purple ribbon club in Meeker County. Club achievments are: 45 project pins earned by the following members Brian Binsfeld, Kaitlyn Decknatel, Stacy Hurrle, Cailyn Kuechle, Abbey Schiefel- bein, Bailee Schiefelbein, Kait- lyn Truenow, Maddy Truenow, Mitchell Hurtle, Stephanie Hurrle, Rebecca Binsfeld, Mikaela Held, and Michael Binsfeld. Shelby Schiefelbein was awarded best treasurer for the county. Kimball Kruisers won the enrollment award Best Set of Records in the Junior Division went to Abbey Schief- elbein and Bailee Schiefelbein. Honorable Mention with her records went to Cailyn Kuechle. Matthew Massman was pre- sented with a Graduating Medallion Students & Youth innnnnnnnlll month at the Kimball Fire Hall. Note to members enrollment is online. There was an Exchange Breakfast Oct. 9 in Litchfield. Congratulations to the Kimball Kruisers for getting second place at the State Fair for their Share the Fun skit entitled "Alice in 4-H Land." Submittbd by Mitchell Hurtle, Kimball Kruisers Reporter for his 7 years of hard work in 4-H. Abbey Schiefelbein won the Chester & Muriel Larson Young Achiever Award. Shelby Schiefelbein was awarded lhe Outstanding Award in the Expressive and Communi- cation Arts area and Abbey Schief- elbein won in the Family & Con- sumer Science Area. Congratulations for all the hard work the Kimball Kruisers have done this past year. We are looking forward to another great year! Kimball Kruisers 4-H club won second place at the State Fair for their Share the Fun skit entitled "Alice in 4-H Land." Members on stage in costume are, from left to right, EWe Kuechle, Mitchell Hurrle, Made- lyn Hunt, Abby Truenow, Abbey Schiefelbein, Payton Schiefelbein, An- di Schiefelbein, Stephanie Hurrle, Luci Schiefelbein, Shelby Schiefel- bein, Cailyn Kuechle, Casey Gohmann, Bailee Schiefelbein, Trinity Er- ickson, and Kaitlyn Truenow. Not seen in back row are Stacy Hurrle, Mady Truenow, and Kaitlyn Decknatel. Submitl photo. ECFE news By Maggie Lundorff Kimball Play and Learn pre- school is plum full with excited kids. We are in a new room (which includes a bathroom ... Whooo! Whooo!) and are busy playing with friends and trying many skills This is the time for us to do a complete assessment of skills that kids have when they begin school. The staff is working with each child to see what they can do and to what level they are show- ing their skills. Soon the class will be working on those items that are most needed by having lots of fun things in the play center, work sta- tions and general classroom that encourage practice. Students are getting very good at the routine of coming to school. This often takes a couple of weeks to do, but now we have kids reminding other kids to "get your folder," "Don't forget your quarter," and "find your name!" Soon we will be adding the routine of going to the library and checking out a book for a couple of weeks. This is a whole new thing to remember for morns and dads! I suggest keeping the school library book in a special place (on top of the refrigerator is my favorite one) and only use it together or when supervised. This teaches respect for other's things as well as making this particular item special. It's a bonus that you can rush in and grab it when you realize it is library dayI I hope your family is enjoy- ing hearing all about your child's school experience. Following is a note from Cort- ney Voigt-Ely from the preschool room: Hi, From Ms. Cortney! Play and Learn School is offto a great start! We began our year by learning the rules and routines of our class- room. Then we moved on to bus- ses, and how we can stay safe while riding on a bus. We have been busy the past two weeks learning about apples. We had apple slices for snack, talked about the differ- ent parts of an apple, made apple stamps for painting, and read Ten Apples up on Top by Theo LeSieg. We have been working on our fine motor skillsby learning two new finger plays about apples and working on snipping paper with scissors. Coming up in October, we will be learning about fire safety. We will be reading stories that show us what to do in case there is a fire, practice "stop, drop, and roll" and how to crawl close to the ground where there is more oxygen. We will also introduce our first let- ter-Ff; and will be talking about pumpkins and fall activities. We look forward to a successful year with lots of learning! Cortney Voigt-Ely Early Childhood Educator Maicy Vossen won a purple rib- bon at the Minnesota State Fair for photography in the grades 6-8 class. Meeker County 4-H Awards Celebration "And the Award goes to...!" The annual Meeker County 4-H Awards Celebration was held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, at the First Lutheran Church in Litch- field. The Awards Celebration began with Federation Officers and Council Members honoring Meeker County 4-H'ers for their accomplishments during the past year. We installed our new Feder- ation Officers, recognized our vol- unteers, donors, champions, and other award winners. Following the program, 4-H'ers Anna John- son, Nicole Knickerbocker, and Jordyn Stenmark served ice cream sundaes. Thank you to all volun- teers and 4-H'ers who came early to help set up and stayed after- wards to clean up. I was once again overwhelmed at your helpfulness. Also, thank you to all donors. Our program would not be as success- ful without you. 4'H Awards/To page 14 E-mail your story ideas to ed ito r@t rico u n tyne w s.M N I "" Page 7 Kimball Kruisers 4-H Club was recognized as a purple ribbon club for Meeker County. The Club members are pictured at the Meeker Coun- ty Awards Ceremony. Submitted photo. WWWatricou ntynews. M N Professional RE'OPENED! Dog Grooming Certified Groomer MaryLou Spencer. 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