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PAGE 10 Thursday, November 28, 2013 II .... ..... /EV-W winter Class Registration is open.NEW ECFEOpportunity Winter session of seven-week Monday Night Open Gyms for ECFE classes begins the week of families of infants-5 years old. Dec. 1. Dates: Nov. 25, Dec. 9, Jan. 27 Let's Learn (for families with Time: 6:15-7:15 p.m. children ages 3-5) meets Tuesdays Location: Watkins Elementary at Kimball Elementary from 6- Fee: One non-perishable food 7:30 p.m. item per child (to be donated to Mixed Age (for families with local food shelf) children ages birth-5) meets Winter Free Play Fridays Thursday at Kimball Elementary Back by popular demand - from 9:15-10:45 a.m. four fun Friday mornings of run- Mixed Age (for families with ning, jumping, pedaling, balanc- Children ages birth-5) meets ing, and parachuting. Thursdays at Watkins Elemen- Dates: Jan. 10, 24; Feb. 7 and 28 tary from 6-7:30 p.m. Time: 9:45-10:45 a.m. Location: Watkins Elementary Fee: One non-perishable food We'll be drawing a winner every WEDNESDAY starting January 1"t 2014. Tickets: $50 each Each ticket is eligible for 52 chances to win. That is less than $1.00 a week! We will , sell 1,000 tickets. 1 GUNS SUPPLIED BY SCHEELS Tickets $50 each- available at: A.M. Maus and Son Hendricks Sand & Gravel Kin Built Propam questions calf 444.0529 Website: Kimball school menu item per child (to be donated to Dec. 2-6 peas, black bean salsa, cucum- ber slices, fresh fruit, canned fruit, local food shelf) Breakfast milk. Ifyou would like to register for Monday: Breakfast sandwich or Tuesday: Italian pasta bake, an ECFE class or learn more about cereal, whole-wheat toast, jelly/mar- garlic toast or cheeseburger on early childhood opportunities, garine, juice or fmit, milk. WG, spinach salad, carrot sticks, please contacttheKimball/EV-W Tuesday: Breakfast pizza orcauliflower, fresh fruit, canned ECFE Office at (320) 398-7700, cereal, whole-wheat toast, jelly/ fruit, milk. ext. 218, or e-mail ECFE Coordi- nator Sally Belgum-Blad at sally, margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Wednesday: Grilled cheese Wednesday: Scrambled eggs w/ sandwich or hot dog on a bun,, ham or sausage or cereal, whole- chicken noodle soup, broccoli flo- Sally Belgum-Blad ECFE Coor-wheat toast, jelly/margarine, juice rets, white bean salad, cucumbers, dinator - EV-W Schools and Kim- or fruit, milk. fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. ball Area Schools Thursday: Egg bake, or cereal, Thursday: TexMex chicken leg, Play & Learn Preschool Coor-whole-wheat toast, jelly/marga- lime cilantro rice or cheesebread dinator - Kimball Area Schools fine, juice or fruit, milk.dunker with marinara sauce, corn (320) 398-7700, ext. 218, sally. Friday: French toast & sausage salad, kidney beans, cauliflower,, patty or cereal, whole-wheat toast, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. jelly/margarine, juice or fruit, milk. Friday: French bread pizza or Lunch chicken Caesar wrap, Romaine Monday:Walking taco w/fixings salad, carrot sticks, tomato or Italian turkey sandwich, green wedges, fresh fruit, milk. The entire fifth grade at Kimball Elementary School Completed their nine-week D.A.R.E. program with Stearns County Deputy Sheriff Gina Feldewerd (far left). Their graduation ceremony was held Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 20, in the KES gym. Each student was required to write an essay on what the D.A.R.E. program meant to them, and four students were selected to read their essays during the ceremony Wednesday; below are those four students with Deputy Feldewerd (in back) Oliver Straley and Amanda Curtis, (in front) Zack Holtz and Madison Streit. Each student received a certificate of completion, and those who read their essays received a D.A.R.E, mascot stuffed animal. This was Deputy Feldewerd's fourth and last year in the D.A.R.E. program. (D.A.R.E. stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education, and their goal is to provide children with the information and skills they need to live drug- and violence-free lives. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua. .The Bank That Cares" ' Are oil your pnancial needs being met t Brian Shropshire and Dale Vogl are Star Bank's local Ag Lenders and are based out of Maple Lake and Annandale. Brian and Dale can help your Agri Business with any of the following: Equipment Loans Operating Loans/Lines of Credit Ag Real Estate Loans RFA & FSA Star Bank is a family-owned, independent community bank. Agriculture has been a focus of our bank's mission for many years! Dale and Brian, our Ag Lending Experts, are committed to helping you achieve your goals. You are guaranteed to receive a creative rates, flexibility, and timely loan decisions that qualifying borrowers. From left to right: Dale Vogl, Brian Shropshire approach to lending, competitive are made locally. We have money to lend Got mud on your boots? You're always welcome here. We invite you to experience the Star Bank difference. After all, we re "The Buk Thor Cures"U: Maple Lake 100 State Hwy. 55 E. Annandale 460 Elm Street East Maple Lake, MN 55358 Annandale, MN 55302 Contact Brian: (320) 963-7662 Contact Dale: (320) 274-2265