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| J,]lLlJtlElJl|glll|R]J! i! ||IIJ;]H|ll iYilJ| J I|]ml nlll[il || J][i][ |1|? Church Obit. ,00urs00a00, October 21, 2010 imbaU, MNo l-  .......  ...........  Cttr00 0fThtlH00 Crow River Halloween Conference Historia Oct. 30 Obituaries are posted each week at www.tricou ntynews. M N (There were no obituaries this week) KHS Class of 1965 45th reunion Donna Ertl, Karen Hartley, Bill Johnson, David Vroman, If you know a contact or address for any of the above classmates please contact Bill Liedman, (320) 398-5523. The KHS Class of 1965 is plan- ning a 45th class reunion at Triple R in Kimball Nov. 20. We are looking for addresses for the following people: Art Ashfel, Mary Jo DeLare, David Harapat, Karen Havisto, Paulette Marsh, Mona Wanhala, David Decker, I Dingmann00 unero I care =&apos;1 Burlat and Crem|tton Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball- (320) 398-5055 www dingmannfum =ral cam please come to our 7 annual CLO0000G GIVEAWAY Saturday - @ct.30 th "- 8am to noon .... 'J; ........... Use south entrance door mballchur&dchda Questions? Please call: | z l-"lihw, 9   W5 (320) 398-3660 SPAGHETTI SUPPER 1 "t & 3 rd Wednesdays, 5-7 p.m. Kimball UnitedM.ethodist Church 0110   Suggested E/el'.e; i donation saoo W#o"  per person. 2010: N7- December 1 & 15 January 5 G 19 2011 July G & 20 August 3 G 17 September 7 & 21 October 5 & 19 November 2 & 1G December 7 February 2 & 1G March 2 & 1G Canceled if April G G 20 inclement May 4 & 18 weather June 1 G 15 The family of Chuck Donabauer would like to extend a sin- cere thank you to all the family, friends, businesses and everyone that showed support for Chuck's benefit which was held on Sunday, Oct. 10. The donations and partici- pation were overwhelming and too numerous to individually men- tion. We would also like to thank everyone for their support during Chuck's illness and time of pass- ing. Our heartfelt appreciation for your generosity and thoughtful- ness goes beyond words. Thank you so much. Anne Donabauer A huge thank you from St. John's Lutheran Church of Kim- ball to all who made our Second Annual Pork Chop Dinner FUNd- raiser successful. We thank all of you who pur- chased tickets and enjoyed dinner with us, those who bid on items in the silent auction, the individuals and merchants who so generously donateditems for the silent auction, allthosewhoallowedustopostban- ners, posters or otherwise helped us publicize the event and all who helped in any way. Special thanks to Jean Matuawho chose our FUN- draiser as the recipient of her spe- cial 10.10.10 Tri-County News sub- scription promotion. We pray that God will bless every one of you. St. John's Lutheran Church Women of the ELCA Fall Gathering The Women of the ELCA Crow River Conference will meet Tues- day, Oct. 26, at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cokato for their Fall Gathering. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m., with a meal at 5 p.m. Workshops for all officers of all congregations will be held at 5:45 p.m. Dean Myaka of the Umngeni Circuit of South Africa will be the guest speaker. Pastor Jean Smith of Grove City will show an introductory video. Reserva- tions must be made by Oct. 19, to (320) 398-6682. Community cookbook The Kimball Area Fireman's Auxiliary is in the process of put- ting together a community cook- book and they would like to extend an invitation to our community to submit recipes. There are cur- rently drop-off envelopes at Gohm- ann's Foods, Tri-County News, and Denise's Defined Image. Recipes can also be e-mailed to <kimball>. The deadline for submitting them will be Dec. 15. The Stearns History Museum, along with the St. Cloud Jaycees and Miller Caflin Funeral Home will present Halloween Historia, the 20th annual family-friendly event, 12 noon to 4 p.m. Satur- day, Oct. 30. This spooktacu- lar event features a hayride, Hal- loween craft-making, scavenger hunt in the Museum's exhibit gal- lery, a kindly Candy Witch, carni- val games, and face-painting. The new exhibit, "The Indelible (P) ink: The Pink Panther and Popular Culture," will also be on display. This enchanted day of family fun is geared toward younger children and designed to be non-scary. Children (and adults) are encour- aged to come dressed in their cos- tumes. Refreshments will be avail- able for sale. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Admis- sion is $3 per person with infants and members of the Stearns His- tory Museum admitted flee. Pro- ceeds will be used to fund educa- tion programs at the Stearns His- tory Museum. All events are at the Stearns History Museum located at Heritage Park on 33rd Avenue South. Call (320) 253-8424 for more information. Raising awarenes of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Native American Experience to be presented Nov. 3 St. Gertrude's Community For- mation Night is from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3. This is open to all members and friends of the St. Gertrude's faith community - young, old, with kids or with- out. The night begins with a spa- ghetti meal followed by a pro- gram exploring the Native Amer- ican Experience in the Catholic Church. Guest speaker Ken Perrault will speak on the Native Amer- ican Experience in the Catho- lic Church. Ken is a member of the Diocese of Crookston Native American Commission. His talk will include his work with recon- ciliation and enculturation in the Church. Take an evening off from cooking and enjoy a fun and inter- esting night. Cost: Free-will offer- ing. Project Harmony, an iniative of Meeker-McLeod-Sibley Community Health Services has received a 2010 Community Service Award from the Mn Department of Health. Brenda Boline (Meeker County Public Health), Rhonda Buerkle (Meeker-McLeod-Sibley CHS), Commission- er Sanne Magnun, Ann Bajari (Meeker-McLeod-Sibley CHS), and Di- ane Bias-Mosel (Sibley East Schools). Submitted photo. Project Harmony, an iniative of Meeker-McLeod-Sibley Community Health Services has received a 2010 Community Service Award from the Minn. Department of Health. In all, seven awards were announced at the Wednesday, Sept. 29, cere- mony in Brainerd. The awards rec- ognize groups and individuals who have made significant contributions to public health in Minnesota. Proj- ect Harmony is dedicated to raising awareness and knowledge of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). The three-county initiative by public health agencies in Meeker, McLeod. and Sibley counties has team mem- bers from probation, healthcare. social services, education, and par- ent groups in our area represented. This project is made possible through funding from the Minnesota Orga- nization of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS). Amenities to meet your needs: Hospice & Respite ,3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled exercise and activities Church activities, including mass 3 times/mo :: Care Available. Housekeeping/laundry services Medication services with LPN/RN services available .v. 24 hours per day House of Kimbatl" Assisted Living at its Finest For more information::Joyce Quasi, Manager or