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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COM004EUNITY Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 2014 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operat- ing day. Wednesday: Meatloaf, parsley potatoes, mixed veggies, oranges Thursday: Pork loin, baked potato, carrots, fruit crisp Friday: Soup, sandwich Monday: Ham egg bake, hash browns, muffin Tuesday: Chili, cheese sandwich, pears Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274- 5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO January 27, 1999 Aid Association for Lutherans Branch 6046 Grace and Trinity and 7471 Old Westbrook and Highwater hosted a bowling and Bingo party at Someplace Else on December 19 for Special Olympic bowlers from, Cottonwood and Murray Counties. There were over 50 people bowling, keeping score, serving lunch, and playing bingo. Marlow Erickson, chair- man of the Westbrook Health Center Board of directors and Jim Jorgenson, president of the Heritage Health Care Foundation, joined to announce success- ful completion of the "Vision for the Future" campaign. Windom city officials learned Tuesday that U.S.West intends to sell its Windom telephone Investigation has dis- closed that the dissolved oxygen level in the water will not sustain fish life in Lake Louisa. Fish may now be taken in any quantity and in any manner, except with the use of seines, hoop nets, or explosives. Six Westbrook FFA mem- bers and their advisors Adam Rachuy, left Saturday to attend a workshop on MN Wildlife at Mankato State University. Members attending were Shannon Cohrs, Lee and Scott Mischke, Wayne Kelm, Ryan Rupp, and Lee Mischke. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO January 30, 1969 LeRoy Huls, a 1967 grad- uate of Westbrook High School, is currently a mem- ber of the Mankato State College basketball team. Huls is majoring in physical education at Mankato State. ])v[IRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO January 27, 1999 Middle School students are getting involved in commu- nity projects wherever possi- ble this year. One of the projects is the painting of sports icons on the walls in the big gymnasium in Walnut Grove. Monday evening Snow Week got off to a good start with "Bom to Storm" king and queen coronation. Karl Enstad and Ted Enstad were chosen as 1999 Snow Week queen and king. MN's new governor, Jesse Ventura, hosted his inaugural event Saturday evening at the Target Center in Minneapolis. Among those attending the inaugural from Lamber[on were Diane and Gary Graft and Mavis and Bill Pfarr. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 26, 1984 Officers of the Walnut Grove Club will meet February 13 to determine if the organization should con- tinue or disband. Originally the Club met monthly and sponsored community activi- ties. In the past several years, meetings have dwindled to only three a year and the only remaining activities spon- sored by the club are the Christmas party and the Farm-City Day in February. Leo J. Baxter, son of Audrey M. Baxter, Walnut Grove, and a 1964 graduate of Walnut Grove High School, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel on November 20, 1983 in Germany. Seven girls are enrolled in the Community Education Babysitting Class under the instruction of Mrs. Maydra Maas. They are Tanya Lambert, Trish Anderson, Meredith Homing, Bonnie Nott, Cassie Enstad, Jennifer Halstenson, and Leasa Bakken FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO January 30, 1969 Because of the late fall and snow storms, it has become impossible for the Walnut Grove FFA to hold their Corn Drive for Camp Courage. A cash donation drive will be held on Saturday, February 1, in place of the corn drive. The Redwood County Board of Commissioners has called for bids for remodeling of the county courthouse. The new addition will be on the south and east side of the present building. There will be three floors. Officers of the Walnut Grove Fire Department were re-elected at the annual meet- ing Monday night --Lauren Hoyt, chief; John Hansen, assistant chief; Steve Ourada, secretary; Rolf Nackerud, treasurer. Wetland /vkitigation Workshop exchange. The Windom exchange is one of several MN telephone properties that will be sold. U.S. West officials expect the selling process to take at least a year. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 26, 1984 A group of Dovray area residents met on Thursday to discuss the possibility of organizing a club to pro- mote Dovray and the Dovray area. After some discussion, a name was cho- sen for the club- Dovray Area Boosters. Former Dovray Bank building will be a supper club. The steak house and on-off sale liquor store will be operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harris Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Christensen. The business will be open February 8. A local bowling team, The Kilowats, have taken over first place in the American Legion 2nd District Bowling Tournament at Worthington. Team mem- bers are Aron Amundson, Kenny Wahl, Ken Gleason, Irvin Johnson, Glen Clark, and Vern Busswitz. Farmers and agricultur- al landowners can gain a better understanding of the wetland mitigation prozess and their options by attend a 2 hour work- shop on February 6, 2014. The workshop will be at 10:00 a.m. atthe Redwood Area Community Center, in Redwood Falls. The workshop is free and open to the public. The objective of the meeting is to provide farmers with plain-talk information to make deci- sions regarding drainage projects needing mitiga- tion. They should also gain knowledge of the key factors involved in 212108 wetland mitigation. Under both federal and Minnesota laws, farm- ers are required to mit- igate for both functions and acres of any protect- ed wetland they want to drain. The program will be presented by Sid Cornelius, Environmental Specialist and retired employees of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Corelius said the mitigation process is complicated. However, understanding the basics and options availa- ble should help farmers work through the mitiga- tion process with better results. Walnut Grove Combined Charities Drive The 2013 Walnut Grove Combined Charities Drive has been completed with total receipts of $3,400.00. This amount is slightly down from the 2012 drive. Solicitors this year were members of the Micawber Club. Recipients includ- ed groups such as the Fire Department, Ambulance Squad, Walnut Grove Area Foundation Walnut Grove Education Foundation, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and the Area Food Shelf. County chapters or organi- zations included the Cancer Society, Diabetes Center, Heart Fund and Red Cross. Regional beneficiaries were the MN ARC, Courage Center, CCSI, Redwood Falls Hospital Hospice, Prairie Home Hospice, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Muscular Dystrophy Association and the State Services for Blind. In addi- tion several smaller dona- tions were given to other charitable organizations requested on the solicitation forms. Appreciation to all who donated this year. Auditions for Rest Assured Want to make the remain- der of the winter fly by??? Why not join a group of folks staging a communi- ty theatre production of the comedy Rest Assured? Windom's arts organiza- tion, Prairie Arts Continuum (PAC), will be producing the play as part of a dinner theatre. Auditions will be held on Monday, Feb. 3 and Tuesday, Feb. 4 in the Library at the Business, Arts and Recreation Center (BARC), 1012 5th Avenue in downtown Windom. There are parts, both large and small (equally impor- tant but with fewer lines to memorize) for six men and seven women. Rest Assured is the story of a high-strung business tycoon who puts making money ahead of his home life, family, even the pend- ing engagement of his old- est daughter. A ghost, who can only be seen by the businessman, takes up resi- dence in his home and tries to get him to see the error of his priorities before it is too late for him to change. Tim Jenniges, current president of the PAC Board of Directors, is directing the production. 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