College World Civilization (11), and College U.S. History (12).
I grew up in: Rochester, Minn.
My high school: Rochester John Marshall.
College: University of Minnesota, B.S.p; St. Cloud Stte University, M.A.
My academic achievements: National Honor Society, B.S. with High Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.
The Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball cross-country team had its last conference meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 15, at Albany.
We don’t have all the results yet, but we do know that KAHS junior (and novice runner this year) finished the meet in first place with a time of 15:56. She is the Central Minnesota Conference champion heading into the Section meet Oct. 24 at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle.
Along with Emily, 13 other varsity runners will advance to the section meet: Denzel Atherton, Grace Kopitzky, Brooke Winter, Stephanea Roeser, Maria Roeser, and Seahara Mancini; alternates Hannah Holmberg and Emily Utecht; Cameron Flaschenriem, Tyler Neu, Joey Kuechle, Matthew Notch, and Bret Mattice (if he is not still on the injured list).
Congratulations to Emily and the entire EV-W-K cross-country team on a great season, and good luck in Sections and at State.
Emily Donnay placed first in the final CMC cross-country meet of the season for EV-W-K. She is 2013 CMC champion. She and 13 other members of the EV-W-K team head into the Section meet next week, and the State tournament is Nov. 2.
Monday, Oct. 8, members of the Kimball Elementary and High School student government, as well as B.L.T. Leo club members went to the Xcel Energy Center to participate in an event called We Day.
Before We Day was created, a man named Craig Kielburger saw an article in the paper about a young 12-year-old boy who was murdered for battling child labor laws. He went to the school in his area to recruit people to help. Twelve 12-year-olds volunteered, and they formed a group called Free The Children. After trying to gain attention from the adults to help out, they found that people tend to not listen to children. So they decided to speak to larger groups, eventually schools all across the nation started forming Free The Children groups.
We Day was formed afterwards by Craig and his brother Mark to motivate children to go out and make a change in their communities and in the world.
The Kimball High School Class of 1963 gathered at the Triple R Grill and Bar Saturday, Oct. 5, to celebrate their 50th reunion. In addition to many classmates in attendance, several former faculty members joined this celebration. In group 1 photo, left to right, in front are Nancy (Besonen) Hendrickson, Susan (Saukkola) Buerkle, Pat (Scheeler) Mares, and Marilyn (Bremer) Janisch. In middle row are Lois (Nothnagel) Gard, Dorie (Dingmann) Bennett, and JoAnne (Hess) Terning. In back row are George Jensen, Alvin Klaverkamp, Bob Loesch, Gary VanNurden, and Quentin Janisch. Submitted photos.
The National Honor Society at Kimball Area High School held their induction of new members Sunday evening, Oct. 13, at the school. Pictured are new members (front row, from left) Madelyn O’Brien, Brittany Wittrock, Madelyn Jansky, Hannah Serbus, Alexis Rose, Savannah Gohmann, Caitlin Carr, Delaine Zongo, and Danielle Helgeson; (middle row) Troy Filzen, Tyler Smith, Ted Zipoy, Austin Schiefelbein, Ben Serbus, Joseph VonWahlde, and Cameron Hunt. In back are returning members: treasurer Stacy Hurrle, secretary Rebecca Frank, McKenzie Libbesmeier, Megan Bisila, president Shelby Schiefelbein, public relations Mathias Hennen, and advisor Joe Stangle. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.