Tricounty News

July 21: Kimball Lions meet

Kimball Lions monthly meeting is at 7 p.m. Monday, July 21, at Willow Creek Shelter. Anyone interested, please feel welcomed.

Community Service, what we do best.

 

July 18-20: Pickin’ in the Park is for all ages


Minnesota Pioneer Park in Annandale invites everyone to “Pickin’ in the Big Woods” First Annual Pickers Festival July 18, 19, 20, 2014. This is an acoustic Pickers Festival for all ages and all abilities. There is no admission for Pickers, and $6 for those who just come to watch and listen. There is primitive camping available for $10 per night (No Hook ups) Porta Potties on site. Open Mic Stage for those who want to practice their skills and stage presences. Your hosts will be Earl Jarosh and Ron Blade from MBOTMA along with Tom Schuveiller and Denny O’Brien from INSIDE BLUEGRASS “The Radio Show”. They will be broadcasting live Saturday morning. For more information, call (320) 274 8489, or Pioneerpark.org, or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

June 28: Kimball Legion to march


Kimball American Legion members and Auxiliary will march in the Fair Haven Old Settlers Day parade Saturday, June 28. The parade is at 10 a.m.. Be at the club house at 9 a.m.

Roseann Petty

 

June 28 EV Library fundraiser

Eden Valley Area Library is hosting a fundraising bake sale 9 a.m. Saturday morning,
June 28. We are asking for contributions of any baked goods, wrapped and ready to sell (and priced if you wish). Please drop all baked goods off at the library between 5-9 p.m. Friday night, June 27, 306 State Street North. Anything you contribute will be very much appreciated.

 

The American Legion

What’s in it for me?

The American Legion has nothing to offer the veterans who think only of themselves. It is a service organization. It is for serving others, consecrated to mutual helpfulness and continued service to God, country and fellow man.

The American Legion can offer you only the opportunity to work hard for those less fortunate than you. It offers you opportunity in doing worthwhile things in gallant and well-organized company, for your community, state, and nation. It can develop your talents for leadership because in no other organization is there sure and speedy recognition of individual accomplishments as in the American Legion. It offers you warm comradeships and enduring friendships which is something money cannot buy.

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