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Roll call was what's your favorite fall sport's team? After an exciting hayride, a pot- luck meal was shared by all. The meeting started with the installa- tion of officers. This year the club fundraiser is treats at the grain elevator in Eden Valley, be sure to check them out. It was decided that electric would be the club project. This year the community pride project is help- ing out with story hour and volun- teering at the Eden Valley library. Valley Victors Reporter, Katherine Gathje invited to future council meetings to see city government at work. Overall, it was an enrichment activity that hopefully brought students closer to the community where they go to school. A spe- cial thanks from KAHS goes out to Tammy Konz, Nicole Pilarski and Ed Borman from the city and to Vanessa Schlueter for the pictures. Heidi Geislinger in Honor Choir EV-W eighth-grader Heidi Geis- linger has been chosen to perform in the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) 2011 State 7th and 8th Grade Girls' Honor Choir. Heidi was selected as an outstand- ing young Minnesota musician from hundreds of auditions. She will be performing at the opening concert of the ACDA Fall Conven- tion at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter Friday, Nov. 18. Chrysler helps raise money for KES ents appreciate the chance to talk about the new automotive tech- nology and try the innovations for themselves, in a relaxed environ- ment. This year we are especially excited to show off the new, world class interior of the 2011 Town and Country along with more than 40 standard safety, security and tech- nology features." "Drive for the Kids TM fund- raisers are a lot of fun," contin- ued Steve Maus. "Everyone works together to help the kids. We hope to see you at the school from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9. Just look for the colorful Chrysler tent." In 1993, Chrysler introduced Drive for the Kids TM and became the first automotive manufacturer to reach out in direct support of local schools. Since then, Chrys- ler dealers have worked with par- ents and educators in communi- ties across the nation, and Chrys- ler has contributed an estimated $3.5 million to schools located in communities where Chrysler and its dealers do business. Learn more about Chrysler Group, LLC at www.chryslencom. Chrysler's Drive for the Kids TM is coming to Kimball Elementary School Mark your calendar! Wednes- day, Nov. 9, A.M. Maus and Son will join with parents and teachers at Kimball Elementary School for a fundraiser in support of P.I.E. During Kimball Elementary Chrysler's Drive for the Kids TM, parents and guests will have an opportunity to earn a $10 contri- bution for school from Chrysler by test driving the company's award- winning minivan, Town & Coun- try, and five other cars, SUVs and trucks. Everyone is invited to join the fun. Any licensed driver, age 18 or older, may drive and earn a $10 donation for Kimball Elemen- tary School. There is no limit to the number of drives or Chrysler's contribution. A.M. Maus and Son will provide vehicles and insur- ance for the event, and volunteers from the dealership and P.I.E. will be on hand to help out with the fundraising test drives. "We love working with the school and really enjoy the oppor- tunity to support the kids and showcase our product", said Steve Maus ofA.M. Maus and Son. "Par- Students .4 Youth Kuseske in 'The Wiz' at Paramount Amanda Kuseske, a 2008 grad- uate of KAHS is playing the role of Dorothy in the modern production of"The Wiz," a live performance of GREAT Theatre at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud. See ad on page 5 for dates and times. Amanda gave one of her first stage performances in 2001 when she was cast as one of the orphans in the Community Playhouse pro- duction of "Annie." Share the vision Trick or Treat for Eyeglasses- Oct. 24 Monday, Oct. 24, teams of youth from Building Leadership Together Leo Club will be "Trick or Treat- ing" at your door to collect used eye- glasses and money donations for the Lions Eyeglasses program. The World Health Organization esti- mates more than 157 million peo- ple around the world have need for eyeglasses, yet millions of people in low and middle income coun- tries lack access to basic services. Lions around the world collect used glasses and recycle them for others to use. The BLT youth will be cover- ing Kimball and Fairhaven neigh- borhoods. If you do not get a visit from us, there are eyeglass recycling boxes at State Bank of Kimball and Gohmann's. Kimball area Students may bring in eyeglasses to their school offices for recycling. 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