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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES 50th wedding anniversary WALNUT GRovE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES February 13-17, 2017 Senior Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274-6583 or 274-6544. Monday: Meatballs, mashed potatoes,green beans, frosted cake Tuesday: BBQ ribettes, baked potato, wax beans, fruit crisp Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, car- rots, pudding dessert Thursday: Chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, scal- loped corn, cookie bar Friday: Pork chops, mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, fruit tumover Milk and bread served with every meal. Menus subject to change Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES 1N THE PAST Gayle and Gail Rupp will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, February 18. They were married February 18, 1967, Walnut Grove, MN. A family trip to Mexico is planned with children and grandchildren to celebrate the occasion. February 13-17, 2017 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: BBQ chicken, baked potato, asparagus, cake roll Tuesday: BBQ meatballs; garlic mashed potatoes, peas, apple crisp Wednesday: Bruschetta chicken bake, Riviera veg- gies, choc. chip bar Thursday: Open face hot beef sandwich, corn, ice cream Friday: Fish, mini baker potatoes, bread pudding/but- terscotch sauce 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. MIRRORS OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN with Lynae Kolar being FIFTEEN Lutheran Council in the YEARS AGO crowned 1987 Snow YEARSA O USA. Sunday evening, at,-, ,,y, nommun;+,,,m,.,ac+ r._r n Queen and Rob Albertson a Court of Honor held at February 6, 2002Snow King. February 6, 2002 Grace Lutheran Church, John Jacobson The annual science fair Tasha Nelson, sopho- Mike became an Eagle rw ,, Available announced thispastweek was held at the Walnut more at WWG, has beenScout, the highest rank he is selling his funeral Grove school Monday, selected as a member of possible in Boy Scouts. home in Tracy and February 9. In the junior the third annualMike is the son of Pastor Walnut Grove to Tim high school division, Nick Minnesota Band Directors John and Sally Hopper.The United Way of funding. All grant applica- Kulow of Echo. Kulow Leonard took first place Association 9-10 LevelCarey s Service is under Southwest Minnesota s tions will be reviewed by operates funeral homes in in the Biological Science Honor Band. Three hun- new ownership. Chamber(UWSWMN) 2017 a team of community vol- Westbrook, Tyler, and category. In the Physical dred students from MNof Commerce president Community Impact Grantunteers who will make rec- Redwood Falls. Nathan Science category, Jon high schools applied to be part of this experience, with only 75 students being selected. At the January 28 Jeffers City Council meet- ing, the Sean Waters fam- ily informed the council they will be starting a weekly newspaper for Storden and Jeffers, called Village Insight. The paper will be free and will be delivered to each home. The first issued will be put out February 7. For some time, there have been rumors of the solvency of Prairie Lakes Internet. The Sentinel Tribune has learned of an impending sale of the business to CP Internet of Duluth and Minneapolis. Area customers have been notified that they were among the communities where service would be discontinued due to lack of profitability. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 1 I, 1987 At the morning worship service at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, Mike Hopper received the Lutheran "Living Faith Award", the highest Lutheran youth award granted by the Glen Gustafson presented new owner Howard Dallenbach a complimen- tary membership to the Chamber. Dallenbach is familiar with the present station, as he had worked there, both as an employ- ee and as a partner to Keith Carey. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO February 10, 1972 Robin Madson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Madson of Westbrook, is the state- wide winner of the Fire Prevention Contest. Tuesday she received a $75 check from Fire Chief Allen Rupp. Westbrook residents are reminded that after midnight Saturday they will no longer be able to use the old four-digit numbers for making local phone calls. M1 numbers will be seven digits, with the prefix 274. Six Westbrook wres- tlers fought their way into the finals of the Red Rock Conference Wrestling Tournament last Saturday at Comfrey. They are Randy Shaw, Tim Noding, Jim Noding, Joey Jensen, Kent Winter, and Chuck Barrie. Application forms are now available at www.united- wayswmn.org (Our Impact tab - Community Impact Grants section). All grant applications must address at least one of the UWSWMN Priorities. Programs must be delivered in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and/or portions of Cottonwood, Lac qui Parle, Nobles, and Redwood coun- ties. See the detailed list of communities and zip codes covered by UWSWMN in the grant section of our website. The grant applica- tion deadline is Monday, April 3, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Delivery of the application is the responsibility of the applicant organization(s). Extensions will not be granted. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered for UWSWMN ommendations on funding to the UWSWMN board of directors. Grant funding comes from local donations given to UWSWMN during its recent fund-raising cam- paign. Workshops will be held at the UWSWMN office (800 E Main Street, Marshall, MN) to review the priorities and grant applications for new applicants or for those with questions about the grant application process, application and/or scoring. These workshops are not mandatory, but are intended to be helpful for applicants. Friday, February 17, 1:00 p.m. Monday, March 6, 4:00 p.m. RSVP by calling 507- 929-2273 or via email at unitedway@unitedway- swmn.org. ; COTTONWOOD Co. 4-H FEBRUARY 14 - RRC After School Adventures, 3:15-5 p.m. 14 - Horse PDC Meeting, Ext. Office, 6:30 p.m. 14 Livestock PDC Meeting, Ext. Office, 7:30 p.m. 16 - Comfrey After School Adventures, 3:30-5 p.m. 21 Shooting Sports - Archery, Windom Arena, 7 p.m. 25 Cloverbuds, Ext. Office, 10-11:30 a.m. 25 - BLU, Marshall 27 - Windom After School Adventures, 3:30-5 p.m. Stephens, a licensed Boerboom placed first funeral director in with his exhibit. Senior Redwood Falls, and Carol high students winning Kopel, the office manager honors were Jodi Hewitt, in Tyler, assist Kulow. first in Biological Science; Late last year the Senior high Physical Knakmuhs Agency pur- Science, first place went chased the former Olson to Jodi Hewitt. Best over- Hardware building on all in the junior high divi- Main Street. Plans are to sion went to Jon put a new front entry and Boerboom, with his exhib- completely remodel the it "What Makes a Clock inside for new offices. If Tick". Jodi Hewitt cap- all goes well, they hope to tured overall in the senior move in sometime this spring. The WWG School District was featured at the MN School Boards Associations' annual Leadership Conference Thursday, January 17, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The District was part of the conferences' Show and Tell Program, which high- lights some of the states' most unique and out- standing programs in education. WWG pre- sented B.O.L.T Enterprise, a student-run business that produces barbeque sauce. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 1 I, 1987 The lack of snow has not dampened the spirit of Snow Week festivities in Walnut Grove school this week. Coronation was held Monday night, high division, with her project on the study of environmental affects on plants and animals. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO February 10, 1972 Beth Jansma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Jansma, has been selected to partici- pate in the "America's Youth in Concert" program of the Universal Academy for Music of Princeton, New Jersey. Students are selected after participating in a nation-wide audition. Following intensive rehearsals, the first concert will be held in Carnegie Hall in New York. 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