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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, February 25, 2004 Page 3 reports to board-- lOllS \\;V 'IR' averaging dollars a night compare with in the United the board the photos she she was there. days she bad meals as every with had tbr them. the people she were anxious to with her. Lov t01d the board the;, meet with the to see how they their time. to have them of what they are the day a while we will data and make ecessary. said it has been Wrapping up the the Axiom ener- There was a dis- act with involv- They installed than they had problem was contractor and school is not the problem. told the board eral little items seen that will when they annual building spring. problems is a buildup at the to the high are checking Roofing to see solve the prob- \\;V,clbcr reported that the ibod setvict, J> ill !he black thi> year. it has helped to control ac(,ol.i!]ts receivable. The board discussed parking problems at the high school. People are parking in the t]re lanes. It is probably oing to take some education plus more parking will have t,J be tbund. Woelber announced there will bc a meeting about ele- mentary class size and loca- tion at the high school cafe- teria at 6:0(* March 15th. Principal Paul Olson gave his middle school and ele- mentary report. Mr. Olson reported the old scoreboard {tied at a recent thletic event. He said Coca Cola offered to pay for a new one. with some stipulations. The board members felt it would be better to find another SOI.11"Ct tO purchase a new one. The 6th rade field trip to St. Paul will be May 28th. There will be a ihrm safety trainin session on March 12th in the small gym. March Stb Paras will attend a training session in Marshall. Western Mental Health will meet in the Life Skills room starting Wednesday February 18th. from 10:00 to 11:30 %r about a month. Middle School play prac- tice begins February 23rd. Mrs Kuehl will be directing the play. Parent "lk, acher confer- ences are scheduled for Monday March 8th. and Tuesday March 23rd. Continued from page 1 A fetal alcohol seminar for 7th and 8th graders will be on April 21st, 9:30 a.m, in Walnut Grove. Parents are invited to attend. March 15th spring sports begins. Due to the new pic- ture technology there will be no cell phones allowed in locker rooms. -- in keeping with Minnesota State High School League rule. Principal Bill Richards gave his high school and ele- mentary report. The one act play advanced to the region finals at Redwood Falls where they did a very good job. Thirteen members attended the State Festival. Richards gave the board a copy of a proposed grading policy. A portion of the poliw deals with alternate ways students can make up grades in other classes when they have excused absences. Richards "said they are almost ready for step two in the new NWEA testing Assessments. Common Planning Time will be held in Walnut Grove at 7:30 a.m. on the 27th of February. The FLA did well at Regions, eighteen students and the FLA dance squad will move on to state con- tests. The board approved con- tracts for principals Bill Richards and Paul Olson. The board passed a reso- lution for non-renewal of Jessiea Jensen's contract due to reduction of class size. The board also approved the revised 03-04 budget. Kleven Carving -- from page 1 "'You have to do it for the fun of it, because you could- n't make money at it with the amount of time it takes." said Kleven. About the only way to make money at it is to write a book. We don't take it to seri- ous -- sometimes we do relief carving, then next time it might be a character piece. Les and Arvid prefer doing relief work while Konrad and Alvin prefer to carve characters. They probably do as much kabitzing as they do carving. Alvin said. most people can learn to carve, it just takes time. Although these carvers use an array of tools they say all you really need is a good pocket knife. Conrad said one of his favorite projects was carv- ing an airplane, it was a real challenge. When Arvid ,started carving he said he couldn't draw a stick man. Alvin said, "I like carv- ing just about anything as long as we have lunch!" Sometimes we use a pat- tern, and other times we just carve from our imagi- nation. They do sometimes use power tools but generally they only use a band saw to cut out the outline of the piece they are carving. This day the group cele- brated Les Hoyt's 85th birthday with cake and ice cream for lunch. This wooden farmer awaits some finishing touches including a few farm tools. The carved cowboy boot was one of the first things all of the carvers started out with. Gymnasts performed at recital Saturday Saturday instructor Ross put her elemen- through their the performance 8tridents did Jumps, Ialances, Free style Partner Lifts, the arid Vault. following performed partner and routines. Christael and John Elzenga. Dana Kells and Grams. Paige and Shyann Callie Nordah]. Cohrs, and Christina Christina Elzenga the beam. Below walks the right doing photos by Tom I Area news briefs Fulda -- David Hullerman raises 16 head of buffhlo at his farm near Heron Lake. Last week during the snow I storm 14 head escaped their fences and headed into the wind. They ended up by Speckmeier corner near the Cottonwood and Murray County line. Hullerman and friends herded them back home with snowmobiles and pick-ups taking about one and a half hours. Lamberton -- The highway "Lamberton" signs are still waiting to be picked up at the Wisconsin manufacturer and brought to Lamberton. It was anticipated that Jeckell Enterprises, a local trucking firm, would pick them up when they were in the area with an empty truck. However, they have not had any traffic in that direction. Slayton -- Henry Hassman is moving to Slayton, he has recently purchased the former Fremstad's Variety Store. He is having a "Going Out of Business Sale" at his Variety Store in St, Charles, MN where he has been tot the last 24 years. He hopes to open "Hometown Variety" in mid-June. Tracy -- Audrey Koopman, Tracy city administrant, said Tuesday that it is unlikely that the aquatic center will be able to open this summer. Significant structural problems have been uncovered at the aquatic center since it closed after its second season in August. The City of Tracy is pursuing litigation to recover damages. Windom -- The city council has until mid-April to decide whether to approve the final plat for Windom's industrial park. In a rare 2-1 vote, the Windom city council approved the preliminary plat for the EDA Authority's proposed industrial park. But the vote wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement. Abstaining were JoAnn Ray, who is related to one of the affected landowners, and Dennis Esplan, who worked on the plat. The other council mem- bers were clearly hesitant to take any action on the issue. FOOTBALL CAM P m STEEL 964 8336 Tice Brothers Feotball Camp "Daily inltnlcti0ns from several ol the Minnesota Vikingsl" Ages 8-18 6th B Year! June 20-24 Univers of St ThomaS, St Paul, MN I.I.'t I,l I a ;t ;t I a i [,1 :l.l00,00.'i,llI,I,lVI i I " IlO%mlmwlmlmdllllm Sladgnewf No confuslng coverage gap, ] I nmngdyfees'ndedlCtJbtesandprmptdetivery"'dghttyurdr! 10RUGS, INC. 3o    o u . ca,aa i; |