Tricounty News

Thanks from Dorothy Ruhland

A heartfelt thanks to all who
celebrated my 90th birthday, thanks.

To my family who planned it, and for the many cards and gifts I received, thank you.

God bless you always. Dorothy Ruhland

Thanks from Steve & Lori Groinus

Our thanks to the Kimball Elementary staff, Kimball Rescue Squad, and Watkins Ambulance for the care given to Carter Groinus following his accident on the school playground. Also, a special thanks to John Gohmann for his help with Carter. 

We are so thankful for the wonderful, caring people in our community.

Steve and Lori Groinus

 

Thanks to KES Sixth Grade

“Thank you” to Mrs. Bauerly and Mrs. Bernardy (sixth-grade teachers at Kimball Elementary) and to Mr. Nemec and Ms. Toppson (sixth-grade student teachers) for all your hard work this year. Sixth grade is such a formative year, and you all helped to make this year memorable.

“Thank you” to all the parent volunteers who helped to make each event this year both fun and safe.

And “thank you” to everyone who worked so hard to put together a lovely graduation ceremony and the pot-luck celebration afterward. It’s amazing how many lives are intertwined with this bodacious Kimball Class of 2019!

Jean Matua, parent

 

Thanks for giving blood

The American Red Cross visited Eden Valley on Wednesday, May 15. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped out in your own special way.

Thank you to the Legion and the Legion Auxiliary for serving in the canteen and picking up the tab for the snacks. Thank you to the members of the Church of God for serving the meal for the workers. Thanks to the American Dairy Association for the donation of the butter and cheese. Thank you to all who helped advertise; the Tri-County News, EV-W Voice, other local papers, marquee, churches, local businesses, radio and television stations.

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School of Fish says thank you

On Thursday, May 16, we held a fishing class called “School of Fish” to teach young kids and a couple of adults the basics of fishing. We had a great turnout with 34 students. Each student received a rod and reel, tackle box, T-shirt, and more. This class was possible through equal donations from the Kimball Rod & Gun Club, Kimball Fire Department, Kimball Lions, and Kimball Legion. A HUGE “Thank You” goes out to these organizations for helping put this on. We look forward to doing it again next year!