ShadowBrooke was the site of the Central Minnesota Conference golf meet Monday, May 12, and it was hosted by Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted. Rockford’s Brody Harstad captured meet medalist accolades, firing an impressive score of 35. Meet results/team: first Rockford 161: second Maple Lake 170; third Osakis 171; fourth B-B-E 189; fifth HL-W-W 190; sixth K-EV-W 199; seventh Pierz 228.
Meet results/individual: Rockford-Brody Harstad 35; Osakis Mitch Tersteeg 40; B-B-E Jackson Gregory 44; K-EV-W Tommy Wuertz 45; HL-W-W Collin Benson 40; Pierz Josh Rocheleau 42; Maple Lake Jason Pomije and Aidan Jude 40.
Kimball graduates from 1961 onward are George Jensen ’63, Pete Merten ’62, Dave Triebel ’61, Ron Schmidt ’61, Bob Hendrickson ’61, Bob Hess ’62, Ralph Schultz ’62, and Gary Bennett ’63. They met Wednesday, May 13 at Triple R. The next meeting of the “Old Coots” will be Wednesday, Sept. 9, again at Triple R. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua.
Kimball graduates from 1958-1960 included (front row) David Feeder ’59, Dennis Meuhring ’58, Roy Loesch ’58, Ron Klein ’59, and Gene Merten ’60; (back row) Tony Kuechle ’60, DougDingmann ’60, Frank Eder, Elmer Hilary ’59, and Herb Libbesmeier ’58. They met Wednesday, May 13 at Triple R.
The “Old Coots” (KHS alumni) met Wednesday, May 13, at Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. Kimball graduates from the classes of 1950-57, pictured above, include Jim McKenzie ’53, Jerry Imholte ’51, Sherill Fischer, Roger Osterberg, Travis Kent, Richard Eckman ’55, Jerry Robinson, Darrel Schmidt ’50, and David Kotke ’57.
Jody Markgraf will be directing Kimball Community Playhouse production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” working with choreographer Judy Hamer and music director Cherie Ploof. Performances will be July 18, 19, and 20.
Auditions are 6-9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27-28, at Kimball Area High School, and are open to all ages, experience levels, and communities. There are opportunities for elementary through high school students, as well as adults. It’s a great show for the whole family to participate in together.
Prepare an American Idol-type vocal audition piece that best showcases your voice a capella style.
You may also prepare a 1-3 minute script, memorization unnecessary. There will be audition materials available if you do not prepare your own (and no preference given for those who do prepare a script).