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Home & Family Wednesday, January 1, 2003 Page 7 d and Levi were married at Immaculate Lry Church in Paul Evers couple are Jorgenson of Sanders of Sanders of of the couple ae and Frances Cathy Madelia, and of Truman. inc|ffde was Jennifer of the couple. Crystal of the groom; friend of the Reiter, cousin attendant friend of the Andy Firchau, the groom. Luke of the groom; Jeff Fuls, were Tessa of the Sanders, and ring bearer and Colton of the bride. irl and ring and Traye and nephew of Jon Irlbeck, Schilling, all friends of wedding the couple. During the ceremony, Steve Holman, uncle of the groom, and Ryan Jorgenson, brother of the bride, provided the readings. Julie Erickson and Ben Wester, friends of the couple, provided vocal music, while Patty LaClaire played the piano and Tom Vondracek played the trumpet. Greeting the guests and guest book attendants were Barb Sanders, aunt of the groom and Ryan Jorgenson, brother of the bride. Flower attendant was Mary Reiter, aunt of the bride. Craig Jans video taped the ceremony. Following the ceremony, a reception and dance were held at the Marshall Country Club in-Marshall, MN. Host and hostesses were Jim and Nikki Jorgenson, uncle and aunt of the bride; Joanne Cannon, aunt of the bride; and Jerry and Nancy Firchau, uncle and aunt of the groom. Cutting the cake were Susan Schmitt, aunt of the bride, and Laurie Holman, aunt of the groom. Sara is a graduate of Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School and South Dakota State University. She is presently employed as an RN at Weiner Memorial Medical Center in Marshall, MN. Levi is a graduate of Mountain Lake High School and South Dakota State University. He is presently employed as a warehouse examiner for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The couple presently resides in Marshall, MN. You have Medicare or private insurance, you are eligible to receive your Nebulizers, Albuterol & Ipratropium AT NO COST TO YOU!! COntact DIABETIC SUPPLY PROGRAM www.diabeticsupplyprogram.com Midwest Ridge and Strip- Till Conference February 4 Using the soil-saving practices of ridge-till and strip- till to grow corn and soybeans will be the focus of an upcoming conference in New Ulm. The annual Midwest Ridge and Strip-Till Conference will be Feb. 4 at the Holiday Inn, New Ulm. It will run from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. "As in the past, this will be a program where farmers learn from other farmers," says soil scientist George Rehm of the U of M Extension Service. He adds that along with farmers, U of M faculty will be on the program. Rehm says the new federal Farm Program puts substantial emphasis on soil conservation. "Crop producers who use either the strip-till or ridge-till planting system may be rewarded for their conservation ethic,  he adds. "Ridge-till and strip-till are excellent conservation tillage planting systems for Minnesota. Anyone interested in switching to one of these tillage systems should find this conference to be very useful." For more information on the conferertce, contact Rehm, 612- 625-6210 or rehmx001@umn. edu. Redwood County Extension By: Kami Hastad Making a Difference - A New Year's Resolution Are you a parent who is experiencing the "empty nest syndrome?" Are you a person who enjoys spending time with children but don't have children of your own? Would you like to have a child that you could spend time with that lives close to you? Do you miss attending school plays, going to McDonald's for a Happy Meal or want to spend the afternoon watching Disney movies? Now there is an opportunity in Redwood County that will allow you to have these opportunities, thanks to the Big Buddies of Western Community Action, Inc. The program is supported for the next two years by an Otto Bremer Foundation Grant. Here is an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of other people's children and be a positive role model. Because January is national mentoring month, we need to recognize those who do offer their time to a child and push for more mentors. It is a great time to get involved. Imagine starting the new year as a role model for a child. What a resolution? I have taken the time to become a Big Buddy and have to admit that making the time to spend with my little buddy can sometimes be a challenge in my busy life. But I have made the commitment to spend time with her at least once a week and have kept the promise for almost two months. I simply look at my calendar and make room. I have found spending time with the little sweetheart makes me think about what is really important in life and I enjoy the chance to refocus my life once a week. In his book, All Kids Are Our Kids, Peter Benson talks about the sharing responsibility that a community should have for it's young. He writes, "In a society built around self-interest, paying attention to other people's children can be a low priority." "The goal should be for every young person to experience many forms of formal and informal relational support on a daily basis." Benson goes on to speak to the importance and potential impact that seemingly small gestures like calling children by name, acknowledging their presence, exchanging greetings, and smiling when passing them on the street or in the hall, can have on the healthy development of young people. Such actions he says "are important molecules of support that, when accumulated over time, create a critical mass of positive nurture." What are you doing to help create "a critical mass of positive nurture" for the young people in your community? Through grants from the Redwood Family Collaborative, Southwest Foundation and Otto Bremer Foundation, a Big Buddies program has been started in Redwood County. It is simple to get started, just contact Liza Johnson at 637- 8200 or 530-1202. Make a New Year's Resolution that will change your life and the life of a child! The following concerned & responsible citizens and businesses support the messages, churches, and their activities. Greenwood Nursery "Most complete garden & Landscape center in S.W. Minnesota" S. 4th Street Ph. 629-3485 Tracy Hwy. 23 Ph. 532-9430 Marshall Maynard's Food Center 274-5555 Westbrook, MN. Almlie Funeral Home Westbrook, MN Phone 274-5464 Tracy, MN. Phone 629-4510 Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home 507-274-6700 Westbrook, MN. 507-859-2161 Walnut Grove, MN Meadowland Farmers Coop Wabasso, Walnut Grove, Clements. Santx)m. Storden%Revere, Lucan. Westbrook, Awx:a LAMBERTON - MAIN OFFICE 752-7352 Sentinel- Tribune Walnut Grove, MN Phone 859-2187 Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6136 Knakmuhs Agency 507-859-2154 Walnut Grove, MN. 507-274-5962 Westbrook, MN. Koblegard Auto 859-2220 Walnut Grove, MN.