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SENTINEl+ TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, February 4, 2004 P i, i!/ % Family Day at Walnut Grove focuses on making Valentine cards for Kathy Vondracek lead the family groups in the dance activities for Famil Staff Sergeant Duane Frank spoke to the kids as they prepared cards to be added to the care packages that will be sent to the troops over seas. Artist Residency, upcoming Folk Festival WALNUT GROVE -- Students in the Walnut Grove school have been par- ticipating in a project called Family Days. The Family groups are composed of groups of stu- dents from all grades K-8. The groups are usually lead by an eighth grade student. The tbcus of the project is to develop leadership and having students getting to know other students. It helps lo promote friendship, community service, new learning experiences and working together. l,ast Wednesday stu- dents gathered to make valentines to send to the troops in the middle cast and Europe. The project was started by retired veteran Clint Zimmerman of Sanborn. Zimmerman was instru- mental in contacting vari- ous area school to partici- paw i&apos;n the project. Minnesota National Guard Staff Sergeant Duane Frank of the 682nd Engineering Battalion is facilitator for the care pack- ages being sent to the troops. While some of the stu- dents worked on the cards others participated in dance programs in the gym. Sometimes it takes a little help when cutting out hearts for the valentines. These girls were concentrating on the task of draw- ing their Valentines. i ili, i .... A couple of finished Valentines were ready to be sent to the troops. I In Next Week's American Profile... Naoni shares her lift" lessons "ro Na)mi .l,.hl. liwiHg th,' ,ul li(i, thcsc la\\;s has tilth" t<) (h) with the l}m." an(! l}whm(' Hint cam(' with Ixqn., half ol th(' c(.. a,7," duo Th(' .I,,dds. l/athc,: a,.x'o,'di,u' to .ludd. it has e,.,-, - thiHg to d,) with {}u' (']l()i't'S tl|lt|'l" ()llr ('olltl't l, On Monday, January 26, musician Larry Long worked with students and senior citizens at the Windom Middle/High School as part of a Robert and Helen Remick charitable foundation Trust grant that was received by the Business, Arts & Recreation Center (BARC) in Windom. The grant helps fund a two day artist residency and the upcoming Folk Festival planned for Feb-uary 14 in the BARC Auditorium. Larry will also spend February 9th working in the school with students and senior citizens from the RSVP program during music classes. Together they will write a song about the her- itage and importance of con- necting the generations in our community. The new song will then be performed with students and the lead- ers .at the ulmoming Folk Festival on Saturday, February 14 during the evening portion at 7:00 p.m. Larry Long, noted as a true American troubadour, has traveled the nation for 30 years celebrating working people and finding the known and unknown heroes who embrace a sense of humanity and an under- standing of different cul- tures and their uniqueness. He has written hundreds of ballads about those history maker heroes he has searched out. Now hailing from Minneapolis, Larry is a recipient of the prestigious Bush Artists Fellowship, the Pope John XXIII Award, and 0000MCAn CLASSIFIEDS Minnesota CIc,.ifid Ad,,,.tii.cj Melwo,,I, most recently "In the Spirit of Crazy Horse" .Award. This year Larry is producing for kids, their parents, schools and elders in the communi- ties. an eclectic collection of songs in partnership with Teaching Tolerance, a cur- riculum he developed where he works with youth and seniors to help make the world a better place. He was the first one to organize the annual large hometown Woody Guthrie festival in Okemah, OK. that hosts a variety of celebrity musi- cians. He has sung all over the US in addition to Europe, Russia. Brazil, and most recently at the "Awesome Africa" Festival in South Africa. The Folk Festivgl "held on February 14 will begin at 12 noon and run through 11:00 p.m. that will be stage are: Flathead Cats, a band called Lisa Kane. Nikki Matteson from Lakefield) Rue. There will time for Open headliners for concert are Larry John Smith. In addition to formers, there arts/crafts available for this al celebration of l There are still able for craft more booth space or the call the BARC (507) 831-2375. 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