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Thursday, December 17, 2009 t Tri-County News. Kimball, MN Page 5 K ball s&ds Menu Troop 357 has Let it snow - grab the camera and go How did you survive it? Go online and let us know Court of Honor As winter spreads across the it," says HSEM Director Kris Eide. Dec. 21-25 Chicken nuggets or tater tot hot dish, mac & cheese, cucumber Breakfast ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, Monday: Sausage gravy over pear slices, milk. biscuit, juice choice, milk. Tuesday: Italian pasta bake Tuesday: Sausage patty & or ham & cheese on wheat, corn, cheese on an English muffin, juice sliced wheat bread, peach slices, choice, milk. milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese Wednesday: Beefy nachos & bread, sausage patty, fruit choice, cheese or chicken patty on wheat, milk. green beans, Mexican rice, sliced Thursday: Christmas Eve, no wheat bread, cinnamon apple- school, sauce, milk. Friday:Christmas Day, no Thursday: Christmas eve, no school, school. Lunch Friday: Christmas Day, no Monday: First day of winter; school. mball senior Di li l Dec, 21-25 Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.25, Monday: BBQ riblet, crisscut or what you can afford. Guests fries, peas & carrots, wheat bread, under 60 pay $6.50. peaches. REMINDER: When there is a Tuesday-Euchre: Salisbury choice of entree on the menu, you steak, whipped potatoes w/gravy, will receive the first one listed squash, wheat bread, banana UNLESS you notify us. The cof- cake. fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday: Chicken Parme- Wednesday. san, egg noodles, Italian lettuce Formoreinformation, callRosa- salad, green & wax beans, sugar lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between cookie. 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining Thursday-specials of the day:booklets are available at the Senior Brunch at 10:40 - egg bake, cof- Dining Site and the State Bank of fee cake, orange juice, fresh fruit, Kimball. Partially funded under muffin, contract with the Central Minne- Friday-Site closed for Christ- sotaCouncilofAgingaspartofthe mas:. Older Americans Act and admin- 1% milk is served with every istered by Catholic Charities of the meal. Menu is subject to change. Diocese of St. Cloud. Nine Scouts of Troop 357 and their parents attended the 2009 Court of Honor. Advancements in rank were presented as well as merit badges the Scouts have earned. Marlowe Lexvold earned his Life Rank and is just two merit badges and a project from Eagle Scout. Josh Miller and Alex Har- ter earned their Star Rank. ]ames Sorensen earned first class and Brandon and Skylar Schiefel- bein earned second class. Brad Mies and Austin Roerick are each just one merit badge and a proj- ect from earning their Eagle Rank and Cameron Wittenberg is two merit badges and a project from his Eagle Rank. In addition, 32 merit badges were presented by Scoutmaster Bill Liedman. The Troop is planning to attend Medicine Mountain Scout Ranch this summer and is actively raising funds with Christmas tree sales at this time and Coupon Book sales after Jan. 1. Scouts of Troop 357 are in need of Eagle Scout service projects. BSA defines a service project as "The Eagle Project must demon- strate leadership of others and provide service to a worthy insti- tution other than the Boy Scouts. This may be a religious institution, school, or your community." If you have an idea for a project, please give Bill Liedman, Scoutmaster, a call at (398) 398-5523. Scouts to sell Kimball coupon books Boy Scout Troop 357 will be selling coupon books in Kimball this year to raise money. More than 50 dollars worth of coupons will be available in this book. If your business has been missed and you'd like to have a coupon added to this book, please contact Bill Liedman, Scout Master, (320) 398-5523. Sales of this book will begin AFTER Christmas. Troop 357 Historian, Jim Sorensen state, the Minnesota Department of "The images captured by these Public Safety offers two good ways amateur photographers can be to enjoy the weather, rather than enjoyed by everyone." bemoaning it. The Post-Storm Survey, in its A "What's Your Winter?" photo third year, provides insight into contest and an online "Post-Storm people'sdecision-makingprocesses Survey" offer opportunities for related to hazardous weather. The both artistic expression and prac- results will be vital to weather fore- tical input on an important safety casters as they learn the best ways issue. The photo contest is spon- to communicate with their audi- sored by the Homeland Secu- ences. Responses are confiden- rity and Emergency Management tial, and results from previous years Division (HSEM) and the survey is are available on the survey link at sponsored by St. Cloud State Uni- . versity. 'A winter photo contest with no Photo contest rules at , ward to receiving new images this encourage submissions from ama- week," Eide says. 'Tknd the Post- teur photographers of all ages in Storm Survey is a great, free way for four categories: Mother Nature, people to contribute to the effec- Winter Holidays, Kids in Winter, tiveness of weather forecasts all and Outdoor Winter Sports. All over the state." entries are posted online; the best The winter photo contest runs will be considered for a variety of until Feb. 28. The survey for the prizes, storm of Dec. 8-9 will be active "One way to avoid suffering in through Saturday, Dec. 19. this weather is to find the beauty in Bring your wish listl Saturday Dee. 19th, I-4 pm Bring your camera! Everyone who sees Santa gets a Goodie bag... 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