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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, January 30, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES February 4-8, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Pork chop Tuesday: Chicken Wednesday: Meatloaf Thursday: Country steak Friday: Beef stew 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 1N THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO January 29, 2003 Sunday afternoon friends and relatives joined Riley Williams at his Eagles Scout Court of Honor. Saturday morning drivers ed instructor Gary DeBates went through the drivers manual with about thirty stu- dents. After several hours of classroom work, the students will begin behind-the-wheel training to prepare them for eventually taking their driv- ing on the road test. Lyle Nelson, Senior Vice President and Branch Manager of Bank Midwest in Westbrook, has announced the promotion of Connie Krick to Loan Officer and Jann Comnick to Teller super- visor. Krick has been employed at the bank for 27 years and Comnick for 18 years. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 27, 1993 Last Wednesday students from Westbrook Elementary School were treated to a pro- gram from the Great Plains Zoo of Sioux Falls. Amy Phillips, zoo keeper, brought several animals for the chil- dren to see and touch. A group of friends gathered at Someplace Else Friday noon for a surprise party hon- oring Olivia Carlson on her 80th birthday. Visiting, a delicious dinner, and a birth- day cake baked by Mary were enjoyed by all. Postmaster Beve, Cohrs gave rural carrier Howard Erickson a certificate and pin for 45 years of civil service work. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 27, 1983 Charlene Rachuy was named State Champion in the Voice of Democracy Contest last week and will advance to national competition in March. She was sponsored by the Westbrook V.F.W. and Auxiliary. The installation service of Pastor Steve Schoepf was held Sunday, January 16, at Storden Baptist Church. Steve is a recent graduate of Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, Portland, OR. There was plenty of snow for the Cub Scouts as they enjoyed a winter outing at Dutch Charley Park Sunday afternoon. They had tobog- gan rides behind a snowmo- bile, and fun sledding down hill. WWG Vocal Pops Concert The public is cordially invited to the second annual Junior-Senior High Vocal Pops Concert to be held on Monday evening, February 4 in the WWG Auditorium. This concert is free admis- sion. The concert includes the Choralaires, Boys' 50's, Vocal Jazz ensembles, the Junior High Charger Chorus, the Junior High Life Music Class, and the Senior High Concert Choir. The students will be per- forming a joint 7-12 selec- tion for boys and a 7-12 selection for girls as well, as well as a big combined final song! Additionally, several students will be performing solos or duets in the variety show portion. Music for this concert includes many favorites of the students themselves, that is to say recent hits! But there will be songs from the last couple of decades as well. The students would appreciate your attendance and support. Hope to see you there! CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-61360R 1-800-410-1859 Endoscopy Podiatry Obstetrics and Gynecology Cardiotogy General Surgery Generat Surgery Joseph Wittett, MD Jeffery Wienke, Jr., DPM Zane Craig, DO Marian Petrasko, MD Tim Bakalakos, MD Tracy Kruse, MD Orthopedics, JoyceTarbet, MD Nephrotogy Anthony Rupp, MD Normal business hours Sunday, Monday & Thursday 5-9pm Friday and Saturday 5-10pm. dosed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. To schedute your appointment today, cart 15071 274-6121 sanfordheatth.org SANF00I}RD" Westbrook 213009 Youth in Harmony Festival 2013 Fifty students from four area high schools traveled to Jackson January 19, for a day long singing clinic and concert. The students were coached by some of the best four part a capella harmony singers in the world from the Barbershop Harmony Society and Sweet Adelines International. The ninth annual event was sponsored by the Windom Area Chordhustlers and chaired by Jay Imker from Lamberton. The Chordhustlers opened the concert, directed by Kent Mickelson from Lakefield. Guest quartets S.A.S.S. and Vocality from the Twin Cities Area also sang before turning over the stage to the students. The Young Men in Harmony performed the Frank Sinatra Classic "Come Fly with Me" and "Drivin' Me Crazy" by Bob Disney and were directed by Brent Graham from Minneapolis. The Young Women in Harmony were directed by Judy Weipert from Spirit Lake and wowed the audience with famous classics from the nineteen fifties, "At the Hop" and "One Fine Day". Then, as all eighty adult and student singers filled the risers, the music educa- tors told the audience how bringing their students to this event year after year helps them become better singers and introduces them to an a capella art form that they may not otherwise experience. The students, Chordhustlers and clini- cians then brought the audi- ence to their feet as they concluded the day with a stirring eight-part harmony song called "If There's Anybody Here From Out of Town". Participating schools were Butterfield- Odin, Red Rock Central, Westbrook-Walnut Grove, and Windom. The tenth annual Youth in Harmony Festival is sched- uled for Saturday, January 18, 2014. Contact Jay Imker for more information, jimk- er@centurytel.net 507-752-. 7434. WWG students attending the Youth in Harmony Festival held in Jackson spon- sored by the Windom Area Chordhustlers, accompanied by choir director Connie Knott. Submitted photo COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling [ Exec. Director/Nurse Manager I "] Another week has passed which means spring is a week closer! The cold weather has put a damper on tenants wanting to go outdoors. This week the tenants have had the opportunity to par- ticipate in PoKeNo, J-I-N- G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, BINGO, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, the 500 card tournament, the bus downtown, Yahtzee, Bible Study with Pastor Tim and listening to Arlene Knoblach playing the accordion. Next week the regular cal- endar of activities will take place in the morning along with arts and crafts, solitaire frenzy, the tenant meeting, Uno and an ice cream social and "blue" day on Friday. We've been lucky enough to escape all signs and symp- toms of the influenza that has been so prevalent in other communities. We are very thankful that those with any symptoms have been refrain- ing from visiting. We ask that you continue to refrain from visiting if you are symp- tomatic of influenza as to protect our tenants and staff. That's the news from the country. Have a great week! WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES February 4-8, 2013 Thursday: Hamburger Senior Dining serving at stroganoff/rice, broccoli- Country View Senior cauliflower salad, cherry Living Community at cake l 1:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday: fish/bun, augra- Friday. tin potatoes, com, lemon Monday: Bruschetta dessert chicken, baby reds, green For reservations call beans, pears 859-2133 one day in Tuesday: Pork roast, advance. mashed potatoes/gravy, Senior Dining is a joint carrots, angel food cake/ partnership of your corn- strawberries munity and Lutheran Wednesday: Spaghetti/ Social Services, funded, in meatballs, garlic bread, part, under the Older spinach salad, vanilla pud- Americans Act. ding CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO January 29, 2003 Area residents arose to cold blowing snow Monday morn- ing. Tuesday morning the area received an additional 2-3 inches of the fluffy white stuff. The Walnut Grove Ambulance is sponsoring a basic EMT course at the Community Center February 4 from 7 - 10:30. Dick Bums talked to the school board about establish- ing a tree belt on the ag prop- erty east of the high school. The board approved the idea. It was also suggested the FFA be involved in planning the project. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 27, 1993 The second annual Sweetheart Dinner with its turkey dinner, full salad bar, and entertainment will be held Saturday, February 13, at the Walnut Grove Community Center. Plum Creek Tourism is sponsoring the event. Monday night the tempera- tures rose steadily all night, and eventually topped out around forty degrees Tuesday afternoon. The thaw left pud- dles all over. At the recent council meet- ing, it was noted that the new electrical rates will save the city money. A decrease in street light rates will drop the cost from $746 per month to $620 per month. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 27, 1983 After twenty-nine years as a mail carder, Jack Wiecks is ready to take a rest. December 6, 1954, was the first day Jack hauled mail for the Walnut Grove Post Office. Ms. Diann Seeman, daugh- ter of Ed and Joyce Seeman of Walnut Grove, graduated January 16, 1983 from William Mitchell School of Law. Mr. and Mrs. Seeman and Diann's brothers and sis- ters and families, attended the graduation in St. Paul, MN. Jackrabbit Lines has taken over part of the former Midwest Coaches Lines in the area. No bus will come into Walnut Grove, but local resi- dents can catch the bus at Sanborn Comer. Solo/Ensemble Festiva Westbrook-Walnut Grove Junior High was host to over 130 students on Friday, Jan. 25 for the annu- al WWG Jr. High Solo/ Ensemble Festival. Students from Westbrook-Walnut Grove, Red Rock Central and Mountain Lake were cri- tiqued by five judges. Judges listened to the 113 events making comments and suggestions. All Temporaries Midwest, Inc. RN/LPN/CNA Weekly Pay--Direct Deposit CNA -s 12.50 -s 15/hr. LPN -$19.50- s24/hr. Call Anytime-- RN--S27-s31/hr. 888-929-1064 Ext. 9 t We will be CLOSED January 29th through February 6th for repairs and maintenance. Owner Matt Schreier would like to apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and would like to thank everyone for their patronage. itii ! :'ii ;ill 00i!i00i