The Kimball FFA Chapter held its awards ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 4, in the Kimball Area High School cafeteria to honor the Chapter accomplishments throughout the year.
The Kimball FFA had a great turnout with ice cream and treats, and wonderful stories told by past FFA members and supporters of FFA.
Stories alone show just how much of an impact FFA has on the lives of students and adults.
For those going into high school, and those in high school, take a look at FFA; there is more that FFA as an organization offers than what is normally seen.
Tractor drivers for “drive your tractor to school” are Mitchell Skaggs, Braden Hillary, Tyler Reishel, Tom Lochen, and Joelle Edwards. This
was Thursday, April 24. Submitted photo.
Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser
Kimball Area High School students and families participated in a Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser Saturday, April 5, and raised $4,640 for the school’s All Sports Boosters at the Chamber of Commerce Expo. During the fundraiser, held in conjunction with Kimball Area Expo, the Dodge brand contributed $20 for each test drive in a new 2014 Dodge Durango, Journey, Grand Caravan, or Dart.
“Dodge dealers are committed to giving back to their communities,” said Jeffrey Kommor, Vice President - Sales Operations, Chrysler Group LLC. “We’re proud to support organizations like this one that encourage student development and growth.”
Saturday, April 26, the Kimall Senior Scholarship Gala took place beginning at 5 p.m. at the KAHS cafetorium. This benefit for the high school seniors replaces the Dollars for Scholars events of the past.
The amount awarded to Kimball Area High School seniors who applied for Kimball Senior Scholarship was $17,050.
List of Seniors and Scholarships from 2014 Kimball Senior Scholarship Gala
Those who attended the Gala
Megan Bisila (Kimball Lions and Senior Scholarship Committee)
Hollie Donnay (Norm Hansen Memorial and Mary Bernardy)
Kimball Elementary School would like to thank the community for helping with our iPay for iPads fundraising efforts. Because of the generosity of the community, every elementary classroom has two iPads which are used each day by the students for reading, math, science, social studies, and more. Teachers meet bi-weekly to learn from each other about how to best use the iPads for instruction. Monday, March 24, a trainer from Buffalo schools taught our teachers about free apps that benefit students greatly.
The iPads were paid for through a variety of sources including donations from the Kimball teachers union, Kimball and South Haven Lions, Kimball American Legion, and Kimball Sports Boosters. Additional money was raised at Kimball Elementary through a pajama day, a sucker pull and a Thirty-One fundraiser.