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......... :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ........ www.tricountynews.mn Kimball Lions Christmas Wreaths Kimball Lions are taking orders designed and manufactured by for Christmas Wreaths to be Styme Industries, Kimball. Cost of placed on your loved one's cem- wreaths $13 for regular (25") and etery monument. Lion members$20 for large (36"). will hang the wreaths on the cem- Please contact Dean Mozena etery monument by Thanksgiving (320) 398-8223, Dan Konz (320) and will remove by the end of 398-5011, Ben Lutgen (320) January for only the cost of the 398-6444, or Mary Knaus (320) wreath. The wreath is placed on 492-1527. the monument with a bracket Eden Valley Area Library activities Story Hour - Friday, Oct. 28, 9:30-11 a.m. Contact Judy Thielen to regis- ter atjjthielen@meltel.net, or (320) 266-5515. Kids Matinee Saturday, Oct. 29 SHOWTIME 1 p.m. At The Eden Valley Event Center/sponsored by the Eden Valley Area Library. Check out the Library FB page, website www.eva122-org.doodle kit.corn, or stop by the library for details. Library Winter hrs: Beginning Monday Oct. 17 Monday - Thursday- 2-5 p.m. Friday - 4-7 p.m. Saturday - 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tee Time for Jacob Oct. 22 11-hole golf tournament Foundation. Start time is 12 noon. Saturday, Oct. 22, Kimball Contact or mail entries to: Bob Golf Club and KAHS Student Deem, Kimball Golf Club, PO Box Government are sponsoring a 188, Kimball MN 55353, (320) Four-Person Team Scramble. Cost 398-2285. is $25 per person, $15 of which There will be hole competi- will go to the Jacob Wetterling tions and door prizes. Oassel 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, painting, Kimball Historical Society program OCt125 Mark your calendar and plan to including hobos and CCC camps. attend our nextKimball Historical Connie is a public speaker and Society program at 7 p.m. Tuesday, author of eight books and 26 short Oct. 25, at the Kimball City Hall. stories. There is no charge and Connie Lounsbury will speak on refreshments will be served fol- the Great Depression of the 1930s, lowing the program. 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. KAHS Class of 1969 meets Nov. 5 The Kimball Area High School at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Triple Class of 1969 will meet for coffee R Grill & Bar in Kimball. "Deer Widows Weekend," Nov. 12 Saturday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m.- vendors andcrafters. 2 p.m. at Holy Cross School (in the All proceeds go to Holy Cross gym). Food available for purchase, School. Hope for Recovery Workshop Nov. 19 NAMI Minnesota (National The workshop will be held at Alliance on Mental Illness) will Christ Church Newman Center, hold a free, interactive workshop 396 First Ave. S., in St. Cloud on that provides families and indi- Saturday, Nov. 19, from 9 a.m.- viduals with information on men- 3 p.m. For information or to regis- tal illnesses, practical coping ter, call (651) 645-2948, (888) 626- strategies, and hope for recovery. 4435, or go to namihelps.org. Parkinson support meets Nov. 21 The St. Cloud Area Parkinson Disease (PD) Support Group meets the third Monday of each month from 1-2:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Library. There is no cost to attend, and the meetings are open to those diagnosed with PD, their families, caregivers, and the general public. The PD Support Group welcomes new members. The group provides support, edu- cation, and awareness about the disease. For further informa- tion about the group, please call Independent Lifestyles at (320) 529-9000. Future meeting is: Dec. 19. Youth can hunt with mentors for youth deer season Oct. 20-23 Youth, ages 10-15, can partici- being a mentor if in possession of pate in a special deer season that an early antlerless permit and a runs from Thursday, Oct. 20, to regular firearm license. Sunday, Oct. 23, in 27 permit areas Public land is open, and pri- of southeastern and northwest- rate land is also open provided ern Minnesota, including in the the hunters have landowner Twin Cities metro permit area 601, permission. according to the Department of Participating in the youth deer Natural Resources. season does not affect eligibility of "Youth can hunt with adult youth to participate in the regular mentors during youth deer sea- firearms deer season but any deer son," said Mike Kurre, DNR men- harvested does count against the toring program coordinator. "The youth's season baglimit. season is a way to focus on young More information can be hunters so they have good eXpe- found on page 34 of the 2016 riences and learn valuable skills. Minnesota Hunting and Trapping You might be showing youth how Regulations Handbook under to hunt now, but as their interest the heading Special Youth Deer in the outdoors grows, pretty soon Season and online at www.mndnr they might be teaching you a les- gov/regulations/hunting. son or two." The DNR works to protect and Deer permit areas open to the maintain Minnesota's white- hunt are: 101, 105, 111, 114, 201, tailed deer. The deer population, 203, 208, 209, 256, 257, 260, 263, which varies in density from place 264, 267, 268, 338, 339, 341, 342, to place and year to year, is depen- 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349 and dent on adequate habitat and 601. Blaze orange requirements influenced by the severity of win- apply to all hunters, trappers and ter weather. Deer are ecologically, adult mentors in areas open for the socially and economically import- youth deer season, ant in a state where hunting and Youth must meet all frearms wildlife watching generate more safety requirements, purchase than $1.3 billion in annual eco- a license and use the appropri- nomic impacts. ate firearm for the permit area in which they are hunting. Youth may take a deer of either sex and may take only one deer during the youth season. An adult mentor must accom- panytheyouthbutmaynothunt or It's EASY to renew carry a firearm and does not need a license. However, in certain por- or subscribe! tions of permit areas 346 and 349 By_ mail, l hone, in Winona, Houston and Fillnore counties, the adult can participate fax, wen, or in the early antlerless hunt while e-mail. (See order form on page 24.) PAGE 5 October 20, 2016 Eckman 80th An open house 80th birth- day party has been scheduled for Richard Eckman from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at Blackberry Ridge Golf Course in Sartell. There will be a short program at 3 p.m. No gifts, please; your pres- ence is gift enough! Wills 90th Kenneth Wills will turn 90. A 90th birthday party open house is planned for 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at Willow Creek Park. 2 p.m. Mondays Jack Reacher and Keeping Up the Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Join us for Sunday Breakfast Buffet Serving 8:30 to 2:3o Also, Bloody Mary Speeials! : Ballroom HWY 55, KIMBALL, 320-398-3965 Holy Cross sh Pead Lake FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 (Marly) Servin$ 4-9 pm ,_k ,,utSTa Hand-breaded Fish ,Baked Beans available! Potato Salad Chips Bread Beer/Pop/Water Punch Your Luck Raffle Pull Tabs Plinko Kids Games Cake Walk