Kimball School Menus – Sept. 28-Oct. 1

Kimball Breakfast Monday: Cereal, (Dutch waffle- high school) graham crackers, orange juice, milk. Tuesday: Banana chocolate loaf, cheese stick, seasonal fruit, baby carrots, milk. Wednesday: Cocoa Puffs, graham crackers, orange juice, milk. Thursday: Mini pancakes or cereal, raisins, baby carrots, milk. Friday: Cinnamon roll, juice, milk. Elem. Lunch Monday: Cheeseburger on a bun or deli…

EV-W Menus – Sept. 28-Oct. 1

EV-W Elementary Breakfast Monday: Cinni mini or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Tuesday: Cinnamon roll (sausage breakfast pizza-Watkins) or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Wednesday: Banana chocolate chip bread (cinni mini-Watkins) or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Thursday: Pancake sausage on a stick, cereal, cinnamon graham…

Youth exhibit their best at 2020 Minnesota 4-H State Showcase

Cancellation of the Minnesota State Fair didn’t stop youth from exhibiting their impressive learning from across the state More than two thousand Minnesota youth from 87 counties participated in live virtual judging experiences between Aug. 31 and Sept. 13. They were part of the 2020 Minnesota 4-H State Showcase. Throughout the year, 4-H youth select…

September minutes summary from Kimball School Board

The Kimball School Board held their regular meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. The annual audit was presented by BerganKDV indicating the District is in good financial condition ending the year with a positive unrestricted fund balance of 16.51%. Ehlers presented the results of the sale of Facilities Maintenance bonds with an interest…

EV-W shifts to hybrid instruction model

Each Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) releases COVID-19 rates by county. The Department of Education and MDH use these rates to determine which instruction model is safe for individual districts based on their primary county. Before school started, each district had to make specific plans for three modes of instruction: in-person, distance, and…

Kimball Kruisers 4-H update

The Kimball Kruisers 4-H club held their monthly business meeting at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, via Zoom. We discussed National 4-H week, which is Oct. 4-10. We are making 4-H fabric masks to donate to the Kimball Schools for students who may forget their mask for the day. There is a video contest and…

Kimball School Menus – Sept. 21-25

Kimball Breakfast Monday: Plain bagel, strawberry cream cheese, apple juice, milk. Tuesday: Blueberry loaf, cheese stick, seasonal fruit, baby carrots, milk. Wednesday: Cereal, graham crackers, apple juice, milk. Thursday: English muffin, jelly, seasonal fruit, baby carrots, milk. Friday: Long John, orange juice, milk. Elem. Lunch Monday: Crispy chicken nuggets and bread stick or deli sub,…

EV-W Menus – Sept. 21-25

EV-W Elementary Breakfast Monday: Oatmeal cinnamon UBR (Ultimate breakfast round- Watkins) or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, string cheese, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Tuesday: Blueberry waffles (French toast sticks-Watkins) or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Wednesday: Apple Frudel or cereal, cinnamon graham cracker, fresh fruit, juice, milk. Thursday: Pancake sausage on a stick…

September Meeker County 4-H’er of the Month

Zoe Eblen, a member of the Koronis Eager Beavers 4-H club, is September’s Meeker County 4-H’er of the Month. For 11 years, Zoe has been mentoring her peers and other members of her club and county through the horse project. This spring, she coached the junior horse bowl team for Meeker County. Zoe gives riding…

How to keep a watchful eye on an aging parent

By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend any services or technology that help me monitor my elderly mother who lives alone? Since the coronavirus pandemic started last March, my sister and I have noticed that my mom’s health has slipped a bit, so we would like to find something that helps us keep…

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