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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, January 28. 2004 ge 12 I PACER Center workshop aelps parents find the fight technology for students with disabilities PACER Center, Inc. presents "The Process of Choosing Assistive Technology for Your Child," a free program via satellite for parents of children with dis- abilities. It is Tuesday, Feb. 3, from 6:30 to 830 p.m. at the Southwest Service Co-op on the Market Street Mall, 1420 E. College Drive. Marshall. Advance registra- tion is requested. In this workshop, partic- ipants will learn from "The Manual for Consideration and Evaluation of Assistive Technology" and answer questions, such as: * What is assistive tech- nology? * What are some of the assistive technology tools to help my child learn? * What does the law say about assistive technology? * How does my child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) team choose the right assistive technolo- gY? To register for the work- shop, call PACER at (952) 838-9000, (800) 537-2237 (Greater Minnesota) or (952) 838-0190 (TTY). PACER's Web site is WWW.Dacer.or. PACER Center is a Minnesota-based training and information center for families of children and youth with all disabilities: physical, mental, learning. and emotional. PACER pro- vides publications, work- 2, , shops, and other resources to help families make decisions about education, vocational training, employment, and other services for their child or young adult with disabili- ties. , 00er, L im Iw Im inll mll mll  New Plaques WESTBROOK -- Superintendent Loy Woelber held one of the plaques being installed at the Wellness Center, the plaques recognize donors for their con- tributins. 6th grade girls win SVRLB Tour00 By Coach Jason Erickson and Coach Adam Kletscher On Saturday. January 17th. the 2-0 Charger girls traveled to lh'ewstm" fro' a 4- team tournament. First the,v took t)ii SVRI,B. In the first halt. the eivls jumped out on top 16-8. [n the third quarter, SVRLB got back in it with a score of' 18-14. Fourth quarter, the girls played good defense and won 22-14. The team then played Adrian who beat them last year in.this tourne3: so the girls were ready for a rematch. WWG came out in the first half with good shooting and great defense and went ahead 16-4. Adrian came on in the third quarter and narrowed the gap 18-16. The fourth quar- ter was a nail-biter, with WWG coming up with the win and 1st place. The final score was 23-18. es were proud of ho" each and evtrv girl All 19 girls c(n to the two wins. the 2 games were - Erickson - 19: Sara 8: Kristie Hoffman Morganne Knakrauhs Stacy Zeug, Sheri Melody Horkey. Hedges and Frankie had 2 apiece. 'Concert spirituals' Performances at SMSU Campus Religious Center Marshall, Minn. - A trio of concerts, "Concerts spiri- tuals," will be held at 2 p.m. on Feb. 1, 15 and 29 at the Southwest Minnesota State University Campus Religious Center. The "Concerts spiritu- als" is a cooperative venture between the SMSU Campus Religious Center, the SMSU Music Program, the New Ulm Catholic Diocese, the Southwestern Minnesota Synod E.L.C.A., and other organizations in the Marshall area, The Sunday, Feb. 1 per- formance will feature the Schubert Trio, which con- sists of Lucia May, violin: Bruce Coppock, cello; and Daniel Rieppel, piano. The program will include trios by Arensky and Schubert. The Sunday, Feb. 15 performance will feature concert pianist Joseph Zins. The program is "Sonata in B minor by Franz Liszt" with selections from "Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus." The Sunday, Feb: 29 performance will feature cel- list Michael Fitzpatrick and pianist Rieppel. The pro- gram will include selections from Schumann, Casado, Ravel and Bach, with improvisations on electric cello based on Fitzpatrick's experiences in meditation with His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. The title of this three- concert series, "Concerts spirituals," was used to describe concerts that hap- pened'in 18th-century Paris during Lent, when operatic performances were forbid- den and theaters closed by ecclesiastic law. It is hoped that those in attendance will use these concerts as a point of reflection of how the power of music intersects with matters of culture, mind and spirit. For further informa- tion, contact Rieppel at 537- 7139, or Steve Rasmussen at 532-5731. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 Pauline 9,bhnoutka Lou 6row Melissa Behrens Lee Rasmussen Doug Ankrum Jeanne Limoges Sales Sales Sale Sales Sales Ilanager Finance Ifanager stq)ttlPn.eusse, eom 19 & 71 E., Redwood Falls. 507-637-2991o 1-800-658-2380o E-mail: s )reusse N Scott Preu /