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Pa00e 16 Community Thursday, December 9, 2010 Tri-Coun News mball, MN Kimball Elementary School held its Holiday Program on Tuesday, Dec. Z Students in grades K-3 sang their hearts out in two performances that day. The annual program is coordinated by Director Arlene Sands, and includes a mix of traditional and contemporary Christmas and holiday celebration songs. "It&apos;s a Celebration" ended, as each year's program ends, with all grades singing Mrs. Sands' original composition =Christ- mas Time All Year" followed by everyone singing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas!" Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. St. Cloud November weather stats Despite the recent dip intem- perature, November was still warmer than average. The aver- age temperature for the month was 32.5 degrees F, 3.7 degrees F warmer than normal, recorded at the St. Cloud Regional Airport. During the first 10 days of the month the average temperature was 44.3 degrees F. Steering winds brought air from central Canada during the final three weeks and the average temperature for the last 20 days of November dropped to 26.6 degrees F, 2.2 degrees F colder than normal. Major snowstorms that blan- keted much of Minnesota missed the Granite City. The St. Cloud snowfall totaled 3.6 inches, 5.2 inches below normal. For a full report of St. Cloud weather go to: <http://web.stcloud state.edu/raweisman/monthly summaries/Nov2O l O.html>. Health Savings Accounts Available at the State Bank of Kimball Ifyou have or are considering a "High Deductible Health Plan,' we offer a Health Savings Account to meet your needs. We offer: Competitive tiered interest rates Interest earned from the first dollar deposited Convenient access by check Monthly statements available on paper or online For more information on Health Savings Accounts, visit with us by phone or in-person. I,  WITi I ,OUR NEIGI STATE BANK OF KIMBALL KIMBALL SAINT AUGUSTA (320) 398-3500 (320) 251-6100 www.tatebankofkimball.oom FDlll Healthy nutrition workshop offered Do you wish it were easier to eat healthy and stay active? Then the Healthy Eating for Successful Living Program TM may be for you. Class sessions are highly partici- patory and include distinct com- ponents: Education Hands-on Activities Support Resource Connection You'll get the knowledge, skills and support you need to make bet- ter nutrition and exercise choices. The difference can reduce your risk of disease and improve your everyday quality of life. A seven- week workshop on Healthy Eat- ing for Successful Living TM will be offered at Bethlehem United Church of Christ, Maple Lake from Jan. 10 through Feb. 28. Cost $30 with scholarships avail- able. Coordinated by Amy Tollef- son and Donna Rothstein, Minne- sota Dept. of Health HESL Facilita- tors.To register or to receive more information, call Annandale/ Maple Lake Community Ed (320) 274-3058 or <www.annml.com>. Kimball Area Emergency "qp Food Shelf_: .... Inc. St, Anne's Church in Kimball 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./q'hurs. Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches.