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f_ PAGE 20 Thursday, October 24, 2013 EV-W-K cross-country (cont'd from page 1) Pierz meet results: girls' JH (3200m): 13. Ashley Schindele 18.57; 14. Mikayla Markwardt 19.10; boys' JV: 21. Cameron Flaschenriem 22.52; 30; Joey Kuechle 24.13; girls' Junior Varsity: 6. Seahara Mancini 19.33; 7. Emily Utecht 19.42; 8. Tori Denn 19.47; 11. Sonora Mattice 20.06; 12. LibbyYozamp 20.17; 13. Lexi Pauls 20.35; 19. Hannah Ehlinger 21.45; 22. Lindsey Kavanagh 21.59; 23. Erika Johnson 22.15; 24. Ashley DeJuliannie 22.25; 29. Cheyenne Sogge 23.30; JV Team: 19 Maple Lake; 42 EV-W-K; 70 HL-W-W; boys' varsity: 36. Tyler Neu 20.02; 41. Matthew Notch 21.14; girls' varsity: 1. Emily Donnay 15.56; 20. Denzel.Atherton 17.55; 21. Grace Kopitzke 18.00; 33. Brooke Winter 18.36; 37. Maria Roeser 19.22; 38. Stephanea Roeser 19.22; 39. Hannah Holmberg 19.35; var- sity team: 1. Holdingford 33; 2. Maple Lake 45; 3. EV-W-K 112; 4. HL-W-W 133; 5. Rockford 141; 6. Pierz 150; 7. Royalton 158; 8. St. John's Prep 176. Next on the slate is the Section 6A meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in Long Prairie, where Donnay will try to qualify for the statemeet. Emily Donnay is conference champ heading into the State tournament Saturday, Nov. 2, at St. Olaf College. Photo courtesy of Karla Ehlinger. Community EV Area Library seeks a few more Friends The Friends of the Eden Valley Area Library are looking for addi- tional members. One monthly meeting, and assisting with a few fundraisers or other events dur- ing the year. Contact Marilyn Peterson at lmpeterson@meltel. net, or (320) 290-1011 if you'd like to be a Friend. (The library also is looking for volunteers. Call Kathy at (320) 453-2238 if you can help.) evec22.org is the Library's website. Kimball P,I.E. seeks new members Many of the current board the Fall and Spring book fairs, members of Kimball Elementary and other activities at KES. They School's P.I.E. (Partners in Edu- need new faces to help with their cation) will step down after this important work (which also raises year, when their terms expire., money for technology at KES). New members are needed now. Interested? Contact Dave Heid at Monthly meetings, helping with mikadal7Ol@meltel.net. EV-W alumni wanted for Career Day Nov. 27 Eden Valley-Watkins High School is hosting Career Day from 8:45-11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, for students in grades 6-12. They are looking for EV-W alumni who are willing to make four 30-min- ute presentations about their career. Coffee and rolls will be waiting for you at 8:15 a.m. check- in (at the high school office now in the southwest corner of the school), and you're invited to stay for lunch. Call Jeanne Geislinger at (320) 453-2900 ext. 1030 if you are interested and available. Kimball Area Dollars For Scholars needs help The Kimball area chapter of down to eight active members, Dollars for Scholars is struggling with three about to step down. with both IRS changes and with Call Maureen Dingmann at (320) declining interest from the com- 398-2539 if you have any ideas for munity and parents. They are DFS or are willing to help. Consider serving on city council If you live within city limits, you can run for city council in either Eden Valley or Kimball. Eden Valley will hold a special election in January, and is looking for individuals interested in run- ning for that office (vacated when Cheryl Thielen moved away). Call Mona Haag at the city office at (320) 453-5251. Kimball will appoint a replace- ment councilmember (after Nate Osmundson moved away). Any- one interested in this appoint- ment should call Nicole Pilarski at the city office at (320) 398-2725. www.tricountynews.mn 6- 1IV $1,500. oo in Cash Prizes At least one winner per branch guaranteed! 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