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Colville auditions in New York

Singing is nothing new for 11-year-old Aedyn Colville of Marty. w-AedynColville

Her mother Dina says Aedyn was barely walking when she started to hum, all the time. 

Her kindergarten teacher took her aside to explain that her constant humming was distracting to other students. “But you don’t understand. Singing is my life,” was her response.

“I knew since she was little that she could carry a tune,” said Dina, Aedyn’s mother.

In March, Aedyn auditioned to sing the National Anthem at a Twins game. She was selected to sing at the 1 p.m. game Sunday, Aug. 24.


May 25: Breakfast at Holy Cross

Benefit for Holy Cross School

Breakfast will be served from
8 a.m.-noon Sunday, May 25, at Holy Cross School, 1067 County Road 8 in Marty. The menu features omelets, pancakes with toppings, hash browns, Knaus sausage, coffee cake, coffee, juice and milk.

The cost for adults is $7, and ages 4-12 are $5. Younger than age 4 are free. 


March 30: Toy and Ham Bingo

Sunday, March 30, from 1:30-3 p.m. Toy and Ham Bingo will be at Holy Cross School. It is $6 for Ham card, and $3 for Toy card. There is $1 off for food shelf donation. Holy Cross School is located at 10692 County Road 8, Kimball.

Central Minnesota gains another Eagle

Only about four percent of Boy Scouts achieve the highest rank of Eagle Scout. Among the general population, it’s less than one percent.w-Hunter-Schreifels-Eagle-Scout

Hunter Schreifels joined an elite group Sunday afternoon at the Boy Scout Honor Court, a ceremony officially making him an Eagle Scout.

A public service project is part of the process getting to Eagle Scout. Hunter’s project was completed this past summer. He expanded the overhang over the concession stand at the Pearl Lake ball park, extending it about 10 feet to be even facing the field. He also put cement under the overhang, and there’s a fresh coat of paint on everything. The overhang project provides a place for fans to get out of the sun or rain.


Students celebrate Catholic Schools Week

The students at Holy Cross Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week last week. As part of their service W-Holy-Cross-Catholic-Schools-Blanketsproject, the kids made seven fleece-tie blankets. These adorable blankets are being donated to New Beginnings in 

St. Cloud. Submitted photo.