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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Watkins Senior Citizens Christmas party The Watkins Senior Citi- zens will be having their Christ- mas Party at St. Anthony Manor Wednesday, Dec. 5, with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. Serving of a chicken dinner with all the trim- mings will be at 6 p.m. You will need to let us know if you want white or dark chicken. The price for a member is $5, and non-members are $6. Please sign up before Nov. 30, 'so we know how many to prepare for. To register call Ruth at (320) 764-6431, Lorraine at (320) 764-5505, or Carol at (320) 764-9292. We would be interested in hav- ing new members join our club, so please sign up for the Christmas Party, we will then collect your dues for the next year. Dues are $2 per; year. Thank you. Dinner and silent auction for Emily A benefit of Dinner and Silent Auction for Emily Sieben is planned for Saturday, Jan. 12. Entertainment has been booked, the meal is in the planning stage, and silent auction items are being gathered as well. On-line benefit for Emily Sieben A month-long fund-raiser sell- ing Tastefully Simple items is going on. The profits will go 100 percent to Emily Sieben's family. If anyone wants to order, they can go directly to the website: www.taste, do their shopping, and then when it asks for the host, you can sim- ply put in Emily Sieben as the host. They are hoping for big sales. Bud's Bar hosting meat raffles for Emily Bud's Bar in Watkins will be hosting meat raffles starting Sat- urday, Dec. 1, to help raise money for Emily Sieben. St. Cloud VA Offers additional flu clinic available during regular business hours at any St. Cloud VA Health Care System location, includ- ing outpatient clinics in Brainerd, Montevideo, and Alexandria. All veterans are encouraged to enroll in the VA health care sys- tem. For information on enroll- ing for VA health care, contact the St. Cloud VA HCS Eligibility Office at (320) 255-6340. Further updates to the flu shot program at the St. Cloud VA will be announced on the flu shot infor- mation line: (320) 255-6444. Did you miss your opportunity to get a flu shot at the previously scheduled flu clinics? If so, the St. Cloud VA is offering another flu clinic to accommodate your busy work schedule. The clinic is scheduled for Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Building 1 lobby area, just inside the main entrance to the St. Cloud VA Medical Center, in St. Cloud. Flu shots for veterans enrolled with the VA are free and an appointment is not necessary. Seasonal flu shots are also  TilE PENGUINS ARE BACK! l Vintage fur coats, hats, scarves,  yewelry, pottery,'glassware, I nens, IJtlgJu i z aull : - " IMaD i; xed Christmas cards, furniture, u,;vn en art, & MUCH MOREl IN-STORE M^'' ^erpPI/ t want . ..,,/ 68962 CSAH 17, WATKINS. you won se 4z  C tomiSst.he  J TOFMN#24&MKRCTY#17 " soles! "" e-mall -FINAL 2012 SALE DATES - DEC. 13-16! PHONE 320-282-8906 Community Ann ary 40 th On Nov. 25, 40 years, and still in love! Pookie Addresses for armed forces needed The Kimball American Legion Auxiliary is requesting addresses of our armed forces again this year. Addresses can be left in the "Red Box" in the Kimball Post Office, or sent to Anita Hoefer at PO Box 184, Kimball MN 55353. The deadline is Dec. 7. Thank you. Kimball American Legion Auxiliary Post 261 Christmas gathering at Heritage House Residents and family Come help us start celebrat- ing the Christmas season with our residents and your loved ones from i to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1. It is a time of fun, time to visit, and there is always plenty of food and goodies to go around. A very special visitor bringing gifts to our residents will be here. Please RSVP by Friday, Nov. 23, by calling (320) 398-8643. It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, web, or e-marl. (See order form on page 18.) Page 3 17!1 II1[ II IHIII II Ca just a toy,! t's t_he gift of JOY , Henddcks Bus Service Inc. merican Family Insurance the mml!  Cho November 15 - December 14 Drop unwrapped toys off at any of the participat- ing locations during regular business or bring your donation to the Christmas Train on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 7-9:15 p.m. qa  rticipating Locations: //o City of Kimball Knaus Sausage House  Tri-County News State Bank of Kimball = * AM Maus and Son Triple R Grill & Bar  o=Son of a Butcher's Thames Insurance GrouplJ Heritage House of Kimball 0-' c@ Hendricks Sand & Gravel e'll '% MEMBER McKenzie Renee Capes was born at 12:40 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, at the St. Cloud Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Proud parents are Paula and Chris Capes of Kimball. Grandparents are Ron and Helene Remington of Annandale, and Trish McMillen of South Haven. It is interesting to note that Paula was elected to the city coun- cil position the same day McKen- zie was born, and Paula was still able to vote! Collins Proud grandparents Chuck and Marilynn Sterling of Kimball, and Ron and Sandy Collins of Hugo, Minn., announce the arrival of Hunter Michael Collins of Camas, Wash. Baby Hunter was born Sept. 3, to Catherine and Brian Collins. He joins brothers Tyler and Carter, and buddy Dakota. He weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces, and was 20 and three quarters inches long. Sunday, Nov. 25 8-11:30 a.m. St. Mary Parish Center St. Augusta Adults: $7  Children (12): $3 m Children (under 4): Free Come for