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Thursday, December 23, 2010 Tri-County News. Kimball, MN Students ,4 Youth Kimball schools Menu Early Childhood Screening is mandatory Served ever Wednesday, 5-7:30 p.m. Early Childhood Screening is mandatory prior to enrollment in public school. The purpose of the screening is to identify early health or developmental needs. Kim- ball Public Schools is perform- ing early childhood screening on the following Fridays: Jan. 21, and April 1, 2011. Children must be at least 3 years old by the date of screening. If you have a child between the ages of 3 and 5 who have not been screened, please call the elementary school to schedule a screening appointment. If you has not been contacted, or you are new to the Kimball School District, please call the elementary school at 398-5425, ext. 205, to talk to Becca Morgan, the school nurse and early childhood screening coordinator. Small Animals No school until Jan. 3, 201 1. Kimball senior DininLq Menu Dec. 27-31 Monday-Euchre: Spaghetti noodles, tomato meat sauce, carrots, Italian lettuce salad, garlic bread, ice cream. Tuesday-Euchre: Salmon loaf w/dill sauce, oven fried potatoes, peas in cream sauce, wheat bread, gingerbread with topping. Wednesday: Shepherd&apos;s pie, crunchy Romaine salad, wheat bread, Mandarin orange cake. Thursday: Roast pork, whipped potatoes w/gravy, steamed cab- bage, wheat bread, brownie. Friday-Bingo, Brunch 10:15 a.m.: Egg bake, tri-tator patty, orange juice, coffeecake, baked apple slices. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are avail- able at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Par- tially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Council of Aging as part of the Older Amer- icans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. team wins a gold Schiefelbein earns honors at By Tracy Nelson The Kimball FFA Small Ani- mals team placed 14th out of 45 teams at the University of Minne- sota invitational contest Thursday, Dec. 16. The gold-ranking team was comprised of Ellen Rainer, Erin Wicker, Spencer Capes, and Ian- essa Dahle. They will compete in the region contest Friday, Jan. 21, at Ridgewater College in Willmar. Cooley Law School Brandi Schiefelbein of Kimball made the Dean's List in her sixth term of study at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She is a gradu- ate of the U of M, Minneapolis, and of Kimball Area High School. Brandi is the daughter of Rick and Cindy Schiefelbein. Cooley Law School is the largest law school in the nation. Founded in 1972, it operates J.D. programs across Michigan in Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Grand Rapids and Lansing. Today; Cooley Law School has more than 14,000 graduates across the nation and worldwide, and also offers joint degree and master of laws programs. Colley offers enrollment three times a year: in Janua_E, May, and Septem- ber. Additional information about Cooley can be fotmd at <cooleyedu>. Page 5 AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES[ BANQUETS r WEDDINGS & ANNIVERSARIES fll Garage l.l.C Tim Ellis, Owner North 55 on 15 in Kimball * Make it with wool contest The Minnesota "Make It With Wool" contest was held at Jack- pot Junction in Morton, Saturday, Dec. 4, in conjunction with the Minnesota Lamb and Wool Pro- ducers Annual Conference. There were 50 entries in four age divi- sions along with Made for Others, Quilt/Afghan, and Novelty cate- gories using more than 200 yards of beautiful wool fabric or yarn to create their garments and other woolen items. Local participants included: Abbey Sche|felbein of Kimball. The purpose of the "Make It With Wool" contest is to focus attention on the beauty and versa- tility of wool, to encourage the use of wool fabric or yarn in sewing, knitting or crocheting fashionable garments. Contestants must use fabric or yarn of at least 60 percent wool. Beautiful wool prizes were ii!iiii!i!iiiiiii i!i  Do you have an outstanding teacher in your community? Nominate that person for the Diversicom Teacher of the Year! The winning teacher will receive a trophy and a monetary gift. Diversicom also gives a $1000 donation to the winner's school to be used for technology upgrades. Nomination forms can be picked up at any school office, a Diversicom office, or printed from our website: