A huge thanks to the Farmers State Bank of Watkins for sponsoring an entire day of swimming for everyone Friday, Aug. 23, and also giving mini beach balls, pencils and stickers for the kids. This event has been the biggest crowd the pool has had this season! Again, thank you to the Farmers State Bank of Watkins for Makin’ A Splash happen at the pool.
The Teen Night also was held Friday, Aug. 23, under the lights at the pool. Several teens enjoyed music and water contests with hotdogs and root beer floats. Thank you to AgVenture Feed & Seed for donating the ice cream for the floats. Also, to the following businesses that donated prizes: Jack’s BP, Red Goat Bar & Grill, Diva’s, Knaus Sausage House, Triple R Grill & Bar, Ugly Tom’s, EV-W Eagle Boosters, and the Valley Inn.
To the volunteers who organized, chaperoned and worked that evening a special “thanks again” for Makin’ A Splash happen at the pool!
The Watkins Swimming Pool will be open from noon to 8 p.m. thru Sunday, Sept. 1. The season is almost done and next summer, 2014 Celebrates the 20th Year for the Pool. Exciting new events are being planned, stay tuned!
The Kimball Area High School Activities Department thanks all those who contributed to and participated in the District’s “State Entrant” float in the Kimball Days parade this year. We are very proud of our student competitors and their coaches for their dedication and accomplishments. We thank them for sharing their Cubs pride and inspiring future champions. KAHS also appreciates the generous support for the float from A.M. Maus and Son, Powder Ridge, and Miller’s Sewage Treatment Solutions. Together, we represented the best we can be and how high we can soar!
The Fairhaven Lions Club would like to say thank you to all who attended our corn-in-the-park event. It was a beautiful evening to eat and visit with friends and neighbors in the park. A big thank you also to the volunteers who helped pick corn and husk it, and to Al Zabinski for cooking all that corn. Thanks to all the Lions members and to the Leos who helped. Awesome job done by all, and all the Lions members who helped. Our community support is greatly appreciated always. Thanks again.
We would like to thank the Kimball Rescue Squad for responding to our needs on Thursday, Aug. 15.
Cliff Dahl family
We would like to thank everyone who took the time to stop by, call, prepare food and send cards with kind thoughts and prayers during Jim’s illness and after his passing.
Special thank you to Jerry Jeppesen and the Kingston Legionaires for providing the military service; Dingmann Funeral Care, and St. Croix Hospice for their professional assistance. To Matt Knaus for preparing the luncheon and Knaus’ for their contribution. It is a comfort to us that so many people shared in our loss.
Diane Nelson and family