KES students in Knowledge Bowl competition are, in front row, left to right, Cailyn Kuechle, Katie Decknatel, Adam Hilbert, Austin Donnay, and Matt Loch. In second row are Andrea Jendro, Jeremy Zabinzki, Chase Gustafson, Noah Young, Bailee Schiefelbein, Madi Streit, and Naomi Bollman. In third row are Megan Serbus, Kim Kesanen, Rebecca Binsfeld, Brody Schmidt, Brian Binsfeld, Zack Holtz, and Jack Knaus. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.
The KAHS senior high band performed Dec. 9, under the direction of Keith Haake. This was the combined band and choir Winter Concert.
he Kimball Area High School choir performed in a Winter Concert Monday evening, Dec. 9; the junior and senior high bands performed next. Arlene Sands is the director. Staff photos by Marguerite Laabs.
The students in fifth- and sixth-grade at Kimball Elementary School will have a Fish Fry at Generations Ballroom from 4:30-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3.
The cost is $9 for adults, and $5 for children younger than 10.
She’ll tell you she’s a pretty average college student, but Erin Dingmann is definitely not average.
Kimball Area High School 2012-graduate Erin Dingmann continues to score under par on the golf course, and way over par in the classroom. The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) honored Dingmann this fall with the inaugural prestigious Elite 22 Award, which recognizes a student for his or her combined athletic and academic achievements. It is presented to an All-Championship team member (top 10-finish) with the highest grade-point average. Erin took second of 54 players at the
Oct. 5-7, MIAC Tournament, helping the Tommies capture a one-stroke win, the program’s first in six years. Dingmann boasts an impressive 4.0 GPAC at
St. Thomas College, where she pursues a major course of study in marketing, with a minor in French. She attends the institution via academic scholarships from the school and from the Minnesota Women’s Golf Association.