The Kimball Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at the Kimball City Hall.
All interested parties are urged to attend.
Kimball Cemetery Board
Minnesota Pioneer Park presents its 37th Annual Maple Syrup Pancake Breakfast from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, April 27.
The menu includes scrambled eggs, sausage, home-made doughnuts (limited quantity), juice, coffee, milk, and all-you-can-eat pancakes served with real maple syrup.
Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for children 4-12, and age 3 and younger are free. Maple syrup will be for sale. Minnesota Pioneer Park is located at 725 Pioneer Park Trail in Annandale.
The St. Cloud Singles Club plans a dance for Friday, April 18, with Saintrio band at the Waite Park Legion from 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Admission is just $5 for members and $7 for non-members. All singles are welcome. For more information call Deb at (320) 217-8779, or check out our web site at www.stcloudsingles.net.
About 165 individuals came out for this year’s Ducks Unlimited banquet, Kimball chapter. This was the seventh year of the banquet, the fifth at Powder Ridge.
The event raises an average of $20,000 each year for conservation projects, mostly in South Dakota where duck hunting is still good.
“I feel sorry for kids now,” said founder Bill Liedman. “Ducks here are bad,” he added. But they used to be good. Now the best duck hunting is in South Dakota, and Ducks Unlimited works hard to keep it good.
Liedman noted that what’s good for ducks also is good for turkeys, pheasant, deer, and more; and vice-versa. Conservation benefits everyone.
Brandi Schiefelbein (left) and Ali Bonham have been the Kimball Ducks Unlimited chapter “Duckettes” each of the past seven years they’ve held their annual banquet. They mingle with participants raffling off decoys and other smaller items. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.
The Kimball Kruisers held their April meeting Sunday, April 6, with the Goats. They met at the Donnay Dairy Farm and were hosted by the Brad Donnay Family. 4-H members learned about taxidermy, cheese making and how to milk a goat. The highlight was when everyone got to pet a goat also. Thanks so much for the Donnay family for the great experience.