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Pa00e 8 Students Youth Thursday, October 28, 2010 Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN r  .:.::_ -: - . ... Cubs Club Before and After School-Age Program By Megan Kuechle The school year is well under- way, and here at Cub&apos;s Club we are enjoying many fall activi- ties and eagerly anticipating the arrival of Halloween. This year we have about 40 children that come on a regular basis so we're always keeping busy! We've been enjoy- ing the beautiful, and unseason- ably warm, October weather and getting our room decorated with spooky decorations. As the season changes and the autumn leaves fall, we are bustling with activities; some of which you may want to try at home! One of the children's fall favorites was creating footprint ghosts. In this crafty art project the children were allowed to paint their feet; of course, ticklish laughter ensued! Then the children made a scary or friendly face on their ghost and we hung them around the room. Another great way we learned about the season was through playing a Halloween trivia game! Did you know, U.S. Halloween candy sales average about 2 billion dollars! We've also put a new spin on old classics: Pass the Pumpkin (hot potato), Zombie Says (Simon says), monster tag, and pin the face on the jack-o-lantern are a few activities everyone knows and loves. With all these activities, we surely work up an appetite, so on Fun Friday, each child had the opportunity to make their very own carmeled apple. The kids dipped their apples and then rolled this sweet treat into a top- ping of their choice, sprinkles and crushed pretzels were a favorite. Cubs Club is hosting a Hal- loween party Oct. 29, called the Boo Bash. This Halloween party will have lots of different games and activities for the children to celebrate the holiday with. We will have carnival games and the chance to win prizes, too. The best part is that children get to dress up in their Halloween costumes. There is a pre-registration form that needs to be filled out along with five dollars, if you would like your child to join in on the fun! If you would like more infor- mation on this event, please con- tact Megan Kuechle at <megan.>, or (320) 398-5425, ext 226, or Suzanne Robben at <robben@kimball.k12.>, or (320) 398-5425 ext 22Z tARRY HOSCH worked his way through St, John's University as a roofer, lie was elected mayor of St, Joseph in 2000 and tothe Minnesota House in 2004.  and his wife, ly(Knebel), have two sons, Garrett, and their :additon was born Oct. 13: his name is Gavin. - HARD NG Larry puts the interests of Central Minnesota before party politics and parti- sanship. Larry Hosch's top priority is to balance the budget, create good jobs and protect the property tax payers of Central Minnesota. DEUVER8 8OLUTION8 Larry Hosch works Ure- iessly o issues in a fair and honest manner. Larry has balanced the state budget without rai taxes, fought for fair fu for our schools, and provided health care coverage for children and working MmesoUms. COMMITTED TO CENTRAL MINNESOTA Larry is a member of St. John the Baptist Church, St, Joseph Jaycees and Steams County Dairy Advisory Committee. A lifetime hunter and fisher- man, Larry Hosch is a member of Pheasants Forever. Lain1 Hosch  that the Imgest tax burden on business owners is the property tax. As a homeowner, Larry feels the pain of middle dass families who have seen thek property taxes increase by $3.3 billion since 2002. As your State Representative, Larry will put middle class families first by addressing For more information about Larry, property taxes in the following ways: Capping  Taxes at no more thin 3% of a family's income, go to |!# Cuts to local government aid, which helps equalize property Comments or questions? |i taxes in rural Minnesota. |#Fairly funding our schools at the state level to reduce the need for local Contact Larry at 320-7614570, | property tax levies, or | # Protecting Green Acres to ensure that agricultural land is not taxed out of j oximr00,, find Larry on Facebook | Larry has moeived the support and endorsements of the following groups: i Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (100% Pro-Life); Farm Bureau; MN I -