The Cubs of the Month have been selected at Kimball Elementary School for the month of November. The names are followed by their grade. In front, left to right are Jonathan Brower (4), Ellie Kuechle (3), Holly Truenow (1), Gabrielle Davis (K), Cruz Gohmann (K), and Riley Fischer (K). In second row are Matt Young (4), Abby Truenow (4), Alex Zoller (2), Braxton Edmonson (2), Ashley Beehler (3), and Adelle Tubridy (1). In back row are Hallie Arnold (3), Emma Capes (6), Bailee Schiefelbein (6), Sophia Schluetter (5), and Riley Albers.(5). Staff photo by Stephanie Johnson.
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Holiday Make It Take It Event
Parents and their 3-5 year-olds are invited for an evening of holiday fun.
• Monday, Dec. 16, 6-7:30 p.m.,
at Watkins Elementary
• Tuesday, Dec. 17, 6-7:30 p.m., at Kimball Elementary
Fee is $5/family
Sally Belgum-Blad ECFE Coordinator - EV-W Schools and Kimball Area Schools
Play & Learn Preschool Coordinator - Kimball Area Schools
(320) 398-7700 Ext 218 sally.
Hannah Zipoy, daughter of Tim and Sue Zipoy of Kimball, was inducted into the Bethel University Honors Program for the 2013-2014 school year. Bethel’s Honors Program is a broad-based, liberal arts program that combines four all-honors classes, individual work with professors in two additional courses, and an ongoing program of social events, cultural activities, speakers, and forum presentations. Students must commit to two honors courses their freshman year and maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.3, rising to 3.4 by the end of their sophomore year.
Bethel University has been a leader and model in Christian higher education since 1871. Approximately 6,600 students from 49 states and 31 countries are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, seminary, and adult education programs, including some online. Based in St. Paul, Minn., with additional seminary locations in San Diego and on the East Coast, Bethel offers rigorous bachelor’s and advanced degrees in nearly 100 fields. For further information on Bethel University, go to www.bethel.edu.
The Minnesota Association of Townships is proud to again offer a township scholarship program for high school juniors in the state of Minnesota. Up to four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.
The Minnesota Association of Townships is a non-profit corporation representing Minnesota townships while promoting an understanding of the heritage, future and being a voice for its roughly 9,000 officers. It regularly conducts research and educational programs designed to foster efficient and economical town governmental services and acts as a liaison between township officers and other local government officials to encourage sustained cooperation.
The Minnesota Association of Townships Scholarship Program is designed to heighten awareness among young people about Minnesota’s Grassroots Township government. The program encourages every high school in the state of Minnesota to offer this opportunity for Juniors to participate in this scholarship program.
Developing Future Builders is an educational project developed in 2004 by the Central Minnesota Builders Association (CMBA). Through involvement with schools and educators, CMBA hopes to promote the benefits of working in the building industry as a career destination and understanding about the wide variety of jobs associated with building and selling a home, skill levels required, wages and benefits offered and career paths available.