Tricounty News

Christmas Train thanks

A special thank you to everybody who attended the Holiday Train event Sunday evening. We have collected $4,500 dollars for our local food shelf and still have money coming in.

Kimball Fire and Rescue and Kimball Police, without all of your dedicated people, this would not have been possible.

To the committee Dean Mozena, Gene Gohmann, Tracy Nelson, and Sheryl Carlson, thanks for all your hard work.

The following businesses and organizations are responsible for making the evening a success:

Bicycles drawings – A.M. Maus & Son, Hendricks Bus
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Hair and turkey raffle, cookies and popcorn, workers that volunteered – Kimball Lions

Cider – Kimball/Watkins Vet. Clinic

Hot chocolate/coffee – Hendricks Sand & Gravel, Inc.

Prairie Percherons – Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce

Ms. Nelson and her FFA students, thanks for the great popcorn and hard work.

Choir students – great carols. You are so talented. It was so beautiful.

Ed and Rose Borman, it was a beautiful ride in the park with your horses and sleighbells.

Jean, Stephanie, Maxine, and all your staff at Tri-County News, thanks for keeping everybody updated with your great coverage.

If I forgot anyone, I apologize.

Thanks again,

Tammy Konz



Kimball mayor Tammy Konz and Jennifer Schiefelbein accepted a check from Canadian Pacific on behalf of the Kimball Area Food Shelf for $4,500. People also brought donations to the Holiday Train event. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.