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PI 8 Stanley Utecht, 59 Stanley Utecht of Mora died Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, at Abbott- Northwestern Hospital in Minne- apolis. He was 59. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at Cal- vary Lutheran Church in Mora. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, at Akkerman-Inge- brand Funeral Home in Mora. Church £.40bit. October,0, ews * Kimball MN Account set up for Candi ¥ossen Stanley is survived by his father Roman; wife Rebecca Becky (Hayes) Utecht; sons Alex and Mat- thew; brother Thomas (and Cara) Utecht; sisters Sheryl (and Tim) Gardner, Ruth (and Curt) Simon, and Judith; nieces and nephews. A full obituary was not available at press time; it will be posted on-line as soon as we receive it, and in next week's Tr/- County News. Event in Watkins to benefit food shelves starts at 6 p.m. Ten games for tur- keys, ten games for cash or cer- tificates, and a blackout game for cash will be played. There will also be drawings for door prizes. Half of the profits will be donated to the Kimball and Eden Valley Food Shelves. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun evening. St. Anthony Parish in Watkins is sponsoring a Sloppy Joe Din- ner and Turkey Bingo Saturday, Nov. 12. This event is planned to benefit the local food shelves at Kimball and Eden Valley. Serving for dinner is a sloppy Joe, chips, cookie and a beverage. Dinner begins at 5 p.m., and bingo Marriage Encounter special speaker Night will be held at Christ Church Newman Center's Terrace room (just off St. Cloud State Universi- ty's campus) at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, Bring a snack to share fol- lowing the talk. All National Marriage Encoun- ter couples are encouraged to attend Community Night. We are having a speaker, Kathy Langer, who will address our commu- nity on the topic of, "Being a Rev- olutionary Couple." Community Seminar on bankruptcy and credit Oct. 27 errors, debt management pro- grams, fair debt collection, and considering bankruptcy. He will also take questions from the audi- ence. This seminar is being offered at no charge to interested per- sons and is being held in conjunc- tion with Celebrate National Pro Bono Week, Oct. 23-29• Because space is limited, reservations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. For more information and/ or to make reservations, please call (320) 257-4876, or by e-mail at The Volunteer Attorney Pro- gram of Central Minnesota Legal Services in St. Cloud is offering a seminar entitled "Bankruptcy and Credit Issues," from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27. This seminar will be at the Great River Regional Library, 1300 West St. Germain Street in St. Cloud. William P. Kain Esq. of Lund, Kain, & Scott, PA, in St. Cloud, will be the presenter at this semi- nar. He will discuss credit basics, how credit affects one's ability to conduct everyday business, how to obtain a credit report, credit scores, reporting credit report Kimball Areari Emergency Food Shelf/. Inc. St. Anne's Church in Kimball io:io:,5 .im:t'.e.Jr"u;, ..... Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches. Fund set up for Deb Reinert A benefit fund has been set up at the State Bank of Kimball to help pay medical bills for Deb Reinert who is fighting breast can- cer a second time. Donations are welcome on her behalf at the State Bank of Kimball• A Country Christmas benefit will be held for her in December at Triple R Grill & Bar. Candi Patchin Vossen of Kim- ball had surgery Wednesday, Sept. 21, in Minneapolis to remove a malignant brain tumor• Two days later the assessment was made: stage 4 glioblastoma, an incurable cancer. She is doing amazingly well thanks to her faith and good atti- tude. Candi is a trained semi-pro- fessional clown and her bubbly personality is shining through this ordeal• Candi is staying with her daughter during treatment of chemo/radiation. If you would The Kimball Legion Auxil- like to send a caringword or assur- iary Unit 261 has opened a ben- ance of your prayers on herbehalf, efit account at the State Bank of her present mailing address is 689 Kimball for Candi to help with her E. Co. Rd. D, Apt. 203, Vadnais family's expenses and time lost Heights MN55117. from work. All checks and cash Candi'shusbandisDonaldVos- can be made payable to Candi sen of Kimball and daughters are Vossen Benefit at the State Bank of Tansy Patchin Bung and Natalie Kimball. Patchin. Outspoken scholar of Holocaust denial, speaking at SCSU Deborah E. Lipstadt, author of The Eichmann Trial and History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier, will speak about Holocaust denial at St. Cloud State University on Thursday, Oct. 27. Her 7 p.m. talk at the Kim- berly Ritsche Auditorium in Stew- art Hall is entitled "Anti-Semi- tism: How New? How Bad?" Lip- stadt will speak at 7 p.m. the night before at the University of Min- nesota's Coffman Theater. She will address Holocaust denial as a new form of anti-Semitism, and the 1961 trial of Nazi Adolph Eich- mann. Both events are free and open to the public• Lipstadt also will visit class- rooms at St. Cloud State, speak at synagogue services and a Jew- ish Community Relations Coun- cil interfaith lunch and will meet with various leaders in the faith and academic communities. Lipstadt is Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Emory University in Atlanta. Her most recent book, The Eichmann Trial, was cred- ited in the New York Times for, "recovering the event as a gripping legal drama, as well as a hinge moment in Israel's history and in the world's delayed awakening to the magnitude of the Holocaust." Her earlier book History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier is the story of her libel trial in London against David Irving who sued her for calling him a Holocaust denier and right wing extremist. The trial was described by the Daily Telegraph (London) as having "done for the new cen- tury what the Nuremberg tribu- nals or the Eichmann trial did for earlier generations." The judge found David Irving to be a Holo- caust denier, a falsifier of history, a racist, an anti-Semite and a liar. Her book Denying the Holo- caust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory is the first full- length study of those who attempt to deny the Holocaust. The book has been published in Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Westminster Cathedral Choir at St. John's Abbey Westminster Cathedral Choir to of the ground-breaking work of to preserve the heritage of sacred perform during 50th anniversary its first master of music, Richard music and foster its further devel- of St. John's Abbey and University Church The Westminster Cathe-- dral Choir from London will per- form at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, as part of the 50th anniversary of the St. John's Abbey and Uni- versity Church. The concert will also mark the inaugural year of the Institute for Sacred Music at St. John's. Under the direction of choral conductor and master of music Martin Baker, Westminster Cathe- dral Choir is a choir of men and boys and is widely recognized as one of the world's great choirs• Peter Stevens, assistant master of music, will accompany the choir in concert and play the organ solos• Since its founding in 1903, it has been at the forefront of English church music, not least because Terry, who revived the great works of the English and continental Renaissance composers. The choir continues to reach new audiences through its series of acclaimed recordings on the Hyperion label• In 1998, the choir was awarded the Gramophone Awards for "Best Choral Record- ing of the Year" and "Record of the Year" for the performance of Frank Martin's Messe and Pizzet- ti's Requiem. The choir has a history of com- missioning and performing new music, and is featured frequently on radio and television, Recent international tours have included Hungary, Norway, Germany, Bel- gium, Italy and the United States. The last United States tour was in 2006. The purpose of the Institute for Sacred Music at St. John's is opment for use in liturgy and con- cert, building on St. John's Catho- lic and Benedictine musical tradi- tions in an ecumenical spirit. The St. John's Abbey and Uni- versity Church was designed by the Hungarian architect and for- mer member of the Bauhaus, Mar- cel Breuer. Construction of the church lasted from May 19, 1958, to Aug. 24, 1961. Tickets are $20 adults, $15 seniors and CSB/SJU faculty and staff, $10 students. They can be purchased by calling (320) 363-5777 or online at www.csbsju. edu/ISM, htm. The concert is sponsored by St. John's Abbey, St. John's Univer- sity, Larry and Andrea McGough, Parsons Electric, Cold Spring Granite, Holtkamp Organ Com- pany and TerHaar Stained Glass Studio. Holy Cross Parish., Pearl Lake ,d (Marty) ALL YOU CAN Care Amenities to meet your needs: 3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled exercise and Church activities, including mass 3 times/mo. Housekeeping/laundry services Medication services with LPN/RN services available 24 hours per day House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest