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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, January 16, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Jan. 21-25, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Turkey casse- role, peas, tropical fruit, bar, bread, milk Tuesday: Chili/crackers, pear sauce, lettuce/dressing, sherbet, milk Wednesday: Baked chick- en, baked potato, squash, gelatin/fruit, bread, milk Thursday: Meatballs / gravy, mashed potatoes, beets, fruit crisp, bread, milk Friday: Crumb topped fish, whole potatoes, Prince William veg., pie, bread, milk For reservations call Angie at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. Walnut Grove COUNTRY Legion Auxiliary V00EW WEEKLY to be at Redwood Falls Post 38, 10:30 brunch. Scholarship applications are due March 15. We are now accepting donations of items to be sent to our ser- vicemen in March. Marlys Pemble, Secretary Walnut Grove Legion Auxiliary Post 267 met with 14 present. January is Legislative and National Security Month. Know your representative,and support military families. March 5, National President GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO January 15, 2003 Jim Houck, chairman of New Century Press, Inc., par- ent company of Westbrook- Walnut Grove Tribune, announced earlier this month the hiring of Jim Hensley as general manager. Fire Chief Doug Kletscher presented ten dollar cash awards to kindergarten stu- dent Abigail Dusek and third grade student Dana KeUs for winning honorable mention in the state fire poster contest sponsored by the MN State Fire Chiefs Association. Ariana Angel Flores came into the world at 10:56 pm Thursday, January 2, marking the arrival of the t'n'st baby born at Windom Area Hospital in 2003. She is the daughter of Julie and Jacob Flores of Westbrook. She has 2 sisters, Stephanie 4 and Emily 2. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 13, 1993 This past week Elmer and Wanda Brandt entertained Ernest and Wiltrod Romke, and William and Helga Schrage, visitors from Germany. Ernest is a cousin of Elmer. William and Helga are Wiltrod's uncle and aunt. "The Five Key.Components of Touring: How Does Walnut Grove Stack Up?" is the topic for discussion at a tourism assessment meeting Thursday at Diane's Cafe. Marsha Danielson, manager of the Southern MN Tourism Office will lead the discus- sion of the community's strengths and weaknesses. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 13, 1983 William H. Loughmiller was installed as the new pas- tor at Grace Lutheran church last Sunday. The congrega- tion honored their new pastor with a potluck dinner follow- ing church services on Sunday. On Friday, January 7, five boys from Westbrook Christian school competed in the MN Association of Christian Schools boys State Wrestling Tournament. Tim Van Loh took second place in the 112 pound weight class. Others who competed were Troy Finstad, Brian Peterson, Dan Van Loh, and Russ Miller. Leigh Klasse is featured in the U of MN Golf Brochure which has been distributed recently. Klasse is a Senior majoring in Physical Education. Klasse is a gradu- ate of Westbrook High School and the daughter of Roger and Sharon Klasse. WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES fry, biscuit, fruit salad, pud- ding Friday: Hamburgers/fix- ings, potato salad, mint brownies For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. Jan. 21-25, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Beef tips/gravy, noodles, sweet potatoes, fruit cocktail Tuesday: Grilled chicken/ bacon cheese, fried potatoes, peas, cake Wednesday: Stuffed shells/Alfredo sauce, layered lettuce salad, yogurt Thursday: Chicken stir Sanford Worthington offers "ChemoBrain" Program can occur after cancer treat- ment. The presenter will be Maria Bell, MD, a physician with Sanford Health System's Gynecologic Oncology Clinic in Sioux Falls. There is no cost to attend. For more informa- tion or to register, call (507) 372-3106, (507) 372-3256, email embracesf@sanford- health.org or call Leah Seurer at (605) 328-6939. Sanford Worthington Medical Center will offer a program entitled "ChemoBrain" on Thursday, January 17 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in the classroom at the hospital via videoconfer- ence from Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls. ChemoBrain is a common term used by cancer survi- vors to describe thinking and memory problems that Buy, Sell, or Rent in the . : :, Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 New members to the board Harry Baulisch, Dr. Andy Kopperud, Katie Steen, Gary Sorenson, Laridee Herding, Manda .Iorgenson, Dolly Phelps. Not present for photo: Hilary Paplow. Submitted photo The Heritage Health Care Foundation (HHCF) met Monday night and elected new members to the board. The 2013 HHCF Board of Directors: Gary Sorenson, Chair; Harry Baulisch, Vice Chair; Dolly Phelps, Secretary; Katie Steen, Treasurer; Hilary Paplow, Andrew Kopperud, Manda Jorgenson, Lynn Arndt and Laridee Herding. Going off the board are past chair: Bret Lindaman and Gordy Kopperud. The HHCF has a deep interest in promoting career choices in the medi- cal field. In addition, the Foundation has assisted with the purchase of a Chemistry Analyzer, Colonscope & Procedure Chair. At this years' Fun Fest Open, funds were raised to purchase two (2) hi-low exam tables for use in clinic patient rooms. By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Hello to all fi'om the tenants and staff members of Country View Senior Living Community. It's been a beautiful week of weather for those on the road or working outdoors. This week at Country View, the tenants have had the opportu- nity to participate in PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, Bible Study, Ecumenical Church Services with Pastor Tim, Phase 10, Kings Comer, Dominoes and riding the bus downtown Walnut Grove. Jack Carter was here to play special music for all tenants on Friday afternoon. Friday was "colorful day". There will be a movie on Saturday afternoon. Looking forward to next week, there will be nail painting on Monday, the Kelley Boys playing music on Tuesday, the bus to Marshall on Wednesday, Rummy on Thursday and Friday is "black day" with Root Beer Floats in the afternoon. The regular calendar of events will also take place each morning. That's the news from the country ...... enjoy your week! MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO January 15, 2003 Danielle Osland earned the top science award with her science project which involved building a working two-person hover craft. Dirk Hagedon and his crew were busy working on the new porch of the 1880's farm house at the museum site. They are also installing new doors, windows, and refur- bishing the interior. The proj- ect is expected to be com- pleted by this spring. The past 4 months the WWG Middle School KNowledge Bowl Team has been meeting after lunch and after school study halls to answer the most difficult questions to be able to com- pete against other area schools. Members include "Elfl'" VoHdraek," 'Brian Theisen, Austin Quade, Layne Kockelman, Ryan Hoffman, Gwen Bitker, Laurie Nordahl, Samuel Malmberg, Andrew Helmer, Jacob Wahl, Malori Paplow, Erin Vosberg, Zach Merrick, Peter Krentz, Jordan Heinrich, Nick Dusek, Amber Rails, computer operator Brent Christenson, Ben Gundermann, and Joua Yang. The team advanced to Regionals January 7. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 13, 1993 Deb Kuehl has been select- ed as the 1993 Pageant Director. She played Carolyn (Ma) Ingalls for 7 years in "Fragments of a Dream". In addition, she has directed WWG High School plays, elementary plays and Christmas programs at her church. It's been a year since Amy Farber, formerly of Walnut Grove, took over as an assis- tant volleyball coach at the U of OK. She celebrates the anniversary January 8 as the recruiting coach for the Sooners, Ben Alcorn of the WWGMiddle School is the local winner in the National Geography Bee. Students in the 8th grade all competed in the preliminaries. Ben will now take a sate qualifying test in competition for the State level bee. Andy Kopperud of Westbrook is the runner-up. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 13, 1983 The New Years baby, Molly Jo, at the Tracy Hospital this year was:born'to Jeff and JoAnn Bertschi on Tuesday, January 4. South winds brought warmer temperatures on Thursday of last week, accompanied by rain in the moming. By afternoon the winds picked up and switched to the north. Sunday night mist and rains during the day turned into wet snow, leaving about 3 inches of the white stuff on the ground by Monday. Eight young ladies are enrolled in the Art of Babysitting Class at the school. The classes being taught by Public Health Nurse Maydra Maas of rural Walnut Grove. Enrolled in the class are Amy Bohling, Jenny Syverson, Liz Scheiber, Nikki Heggerston, Jodi Boerboom, Susan Dallenbach, Crystal Stiles, and Jessica Stiles. n CLASSIFIED ADS 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 CALL paws Belgtan Windom Area Chordhustlers Chorus 213033 h Annual Youth In Harmony Festival Saturday, Jan. 19 Jackson County Central Performing Arts Center .1128 North Hwy. 8:30 a.m. Student Registration 9:00 a.m. Clinicians Girls work on music with Judy Weipert and "S.A.S.S:'(a Sweet Adelines quartet) Boys work with Brent Graham and "Vocality"(a Barbershop Quartet) 4:00 p.m. Concert $5 TICKETS AT THE DOOR: Open to the public Groups involved: Wlndom Chordhustler$, S.A.S.S, Vocality, Young Men's Chorus, Young Women's Chorus, Combined Young Men's and Women's Chorus