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....... www.tricountynews.mn S What's ha enin Than00 Oct. 26: Halloween Historia, family fun event Looking for a fun and safe "Halloween event to enjoy with your family? The Stearns History Museum presents Halloween His- toria, the biggest Halloween fam- ily event in St. Cloud. Halloween Historia is a non-scary event that will bring smiles to your family member's faces. Go on a Hallow- een scavenger hunt in the exhibit allery, take a hayride in the park, ride the pony carousel, trick-or- treat, visit the candy witch, and 'much more. Join us at the Stearns His- tory Museum at 235 33rd Ave. So. !n Heritage Regional Park from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. The building is decorated for Hal- loween so wear your costumes and bring your camera for great family photos. Concessions will be available at an additional cost and the event is peanut-free. Hal- loween Historia will not be can- celled because of .rain or snow, please wear appropriate attire for outdoor activities. This event is sponsored by: Ameriprise Financial (Johnson, Carriar, Kruchten, Anderson & Associates) and Miller-Carlin Funeral Homes. :Oct. 26: Kimball Jr. Auxiliary Halloween party The Junior Auxiliary of the Diffley will provide music. There American Legion will have their annual Kids Halloween Party at 2-4 p,m. Saturday, Oct. 26. This will be at the Kimball 'American Legion Post 261. Tim will be games, tattoos, prizes, candy, refreshments and snacks. This if free of charge, and there will be drawings for prizes and fun for all. Wear your costumes. Oct. 26: Kingston kids' Halloween party The Kingston Am. Legion Aux- Community Center. There will iliary and the Kingston Lions Club be ghoulish games, freaky fun, will host a Halloween party for and a frightening good time. Free .Kingston area kids from 1-4 p.m. admission. ,Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Kingston Oct. 29: Author to speak at Dassel Hist. Ctr. Author Erik Pettersen of Annapolis, Md., will be at the Das- sel History Center at 7 p.m., Tues- day, Oct. 29, to talk about his book Leap of Faith: A Trans-Atlantic .Wartime Love story. It is a story set - ]n 1940; the Nazis had just invaded Norway. A young Swedish nurse receives a wedding proposal and risks a journey through heavily mined waters to marry the man she loves - a Norwegian living more than 3,000 miles away in the U.S. The book chronicles his par- ents' somewhat improbable court- ship, marriage, and early life in their adopted homeland. Nov. 2: Digital Photography Class at Ann. Lib. Adults and teens 12 and older may register for a Basic Dig- ital Photography class at the Annandale Public Library 9:30- 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, The class will be presented by profes- sional nature photographer John Pennoyer, whose images have been published in many national and regional publications. The attendance limit is 24. This pro- gram is funded in part with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Contact: (320) 274-8448. Nov. 2: Eagles' Auxiliary craft sale The Eagles' Auxiliary are plan- The sale will include home- ning a craft sale for 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Eagles Club, 41st and Veterans Drive (8th Street North) in St. Cloud, next to CentraSota. made bread, rolls, cookies and .jellies. Coffee, rolls and cook- ies will be served from 9-11 a.m., and lunch will be served from 11- 2 p.m. Dec. 6:Holiday Fundraiser Party The Camps of Courage and Friendship Auxiliary invite you to attend their Annual Holiday Fun- draising Party at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, at the Camp Friendship Dining Hall, 10509-108th Street NW, Annandale. The evening fea- tures hors d'oevures and a dessert buffet, wine and beer sampling iby Coborns, 50-50 drawing event I I (last year $1,O00 was given back in prizes), more than 100 silent auc- tion baskets and door prizes. All proceeds benefit programs for children and adults with disabil- ities. Advance tickets are $20 and are recommended as tickets may be limited at the door. Call (320) 274-2085 for tickets and informa- tion. Please join us. Eden Valley Area Library to close temporarily Because of construction and the lack of a sidewalk, for patron- and volunteer-safety concerns, Eden Valley Area Library will be closed until the new sidewalk is in place. We apRreciate every- thing you all have gone through to visit us through the construc- tion period. Hope to see you in a few weeks. If you have materials due, please enjoy them until we re-open. Future library business Sunday, Nov. 17, from noon -4 p.m., we will celebrate our library's first-year anniversary with a visiting author and local artist fair. We are looking for local artists to display, demon- strate, and/or sell their items. Included but not limited to; jew- elry makers, sketching, spin- ning, painting, pottery, poets, etc., $10 per space. Please contact Friends of the Eden Valley Area Library leader Marilyn Peterson by Wednesday, Oct. 30, to sign up at lmpeterson@meltel.net, or (320) 290-1011. ity PAGE 3 Commun Thursday, October 24, 2013 The overwhelming support has been awesome since the pass- ing of Dawson. Your thoughts, prayers and support will be long remembered as we adjust in the days ahead. We are amazed at the impact Dawson had as he lived in our little community. You all out there will likewise be remem- bered for your thoughtfulness. Arlene and Darwin Deuermeyer and family Thank you to all of you for your kind words, prayers, memo- rials, and support on the pass- ing of our mother Loretta Fox who died peacefully on her 93rd birthday Oct. 10, 2013. Thank you to Rev. David Milz for the vis- its, prayers, and for the service of praise and thanksgiving at St. John's Lutheran Church. Thanks also to organist Lynn Hoff and the congregation and serving group who provided and served the lunch following the service. A special note of appreciation to the staff and administration at Heritage House of Kimball and to the staff of Heartland Hospice for the excellent care they provided for our mother. Thanks also to Brian Dingmann and Dingmann Funeral Care. Your kindness and support will always be remembered. The family of Loretta Fox The family of Regina Schutz would like to express our sincere thanks to all those who assisted us in any way during our moth- er's sudden illness and funeral. Thanks to all those who pro- vided gifts, brought food for the wake or funeral, contributed in any way, or took time to visit with us. Thanks also to the Assump- tion Church Guild for preparing and serving the luncheon. Thank you to Bruce and Deb of Williams Dingmann Funeral Home for gently assisting us with arrange- ments, to Ft. Julius and Fr. Jerome for meaningful memorial set-. vices and funeral Mass, and to the musicians for the wonder- ful music. We, especially, want to acknowledge the exceptional care given to Regina by the staff of the Paynesville Area Hospital, Assumption Home in Cold Spring and the care and support pro- vided by Rice Hospice. You were a blessing to all of us. St. Cloud support group for families The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Minnesota spon- sors free support groups for fami- lies who have a relative with a men- tal illness. Led by trained facilita- tors who also have a family mem- ber with mental illness, the support groups help families develop bet- ter coping skills and find strength through sharing their experiences. A family support group meets in St. Cloud at 7 p.m., on the sec- ond and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at Calvary Community Church, 1200 Roosevelt Road. For information, call Mike at (320) 259-7101, or (320) 492-2024. Kingston Bloodmobile drive successful The Kingston Lions would like to thank all who supported the blood drive held in Kingston Tuesday, Oct. 15. The goal was 57 pints, 56 were collected. A special time was when three generation of one family were donating at the same time. Marilyn Howk, grandmother on the right, Lisa Rokala, daughter in the middle and giving blood is granddaughter, Debbie Rokala. Marilyn and Lisa had completed their donation, Debbie took a lon- ger time because she volunteered to do "double red". Thanks again to all, hope to see you next year. Saturday, Oct. 26 9 a.m.-lp.m. Watkins Elementary School Spoored_ byWat_nUgng CRAFT & BAKE SALE Saturday, Nov. 2, 9 am.- Noon Have fun shopping! Stay for lunch  socializing! Crafts, Baked Gmds, Cards, Napkins, & a room of Used-a-bit Items Methodist We will be serving Pie 6' Coffee throughout the sale! ,VEN AVENUE SOUTH HAVEN Holy Cross * FRIDAY, OCTOBer 2s (Marly) SERVING 4-9PM ..... tS .Hand.breaded Fish ,Baked Beans _ , geou | Ta .,-hie/ ,Homemade Potato Salad ,Chips ,Bread[ I avalta'" .BeerPopWater I | Cherry Tree Raffle Pull Tabs Plinko | | Kids Games .Cake Walk .BINGO I