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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, February 25, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes.... By Leo Theisen Athletic Director athletic regular seasons are wrapping up this season starts with the Girls basketball team EIIsw0rth to play Edgerton on Thursday this week. have their individual tournament at Montevideo On Fr_iday and Saturday. Start times are 4:00 on 10:00 on Saturday. The boys basketball team has this week and will start play next week on at a site to be determined. Good luck to all of the wrestling and basketball programs have been very winter. The youth wrestlers, who are coached by Ken Doty, Mike Landuyt, Darnell Christians have been very successful. The 5th-6th programs have about two weeks left in their They play at Westbrook this Saturday at 9:00. are Jeff otto, Jeff Bertschi. Jason Erickson, Adam and Dale Mischke. athletic seasons start in March. Track, Golf, and March 15. Baseball starts March 22. Derrick ;Will be the Head baseball coach and Kris Evje of RRC assistant coach. The rest of the coaching staffs for spring sports. MCC has paired with WWG golf for this year only. They will be sending over one have been set for next year. Some changes Volleyball has dropped out of the Worthington and will now play in the SMSU tournament in on October 15-16. The football team will no longer game with LeRoy Ostrander. They will at Westbrook the first game of the year. Cedar agreed to join the Southwest Ridge football con- (Two years from now.) to Nathan Swanson on winning the Triple A Subsection level. He will receive his award at the tournament in Marshall on March 13 at the good week! Menu 2004 Cereal, yogurt, Egg, biscuit. PB__& J. Breakfast milk. Cinnamon tas- milk. Tater tot hot carrots. sandwiches, Pork chop patty. Potatoes w/gravy, vegies w/dip. milk. Chicken Oven fruit sandwiches, Hot ham 'n beans, fruit Carrots, sandwiches, Iabbv patty's. atarz, fruit choices. sandwiches, milk. Grove and menus 2004 Cinnamon sausage. Breakfast milk. Waffles. milk. Toasted Sandwich, fruit, Long Johns, milk. BBQ on bun, peas, treat. Pizza, B/B, *No Chef's, pears, milk. Wednesday: Italian dunkers, B/B, corn. Jell-O, applesauce, milk. Thursday: Hot ham & cheese, fresh vegies w/dip, chips, pineapple, milk. Friday: Fish shapes, B/B, mashed potatoes, green bean, apples w/cinnamon, milk. College news UofM- Twin Cities dean's list announced The following local stu- dents have been named to the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities dean's list for fall semester 2003. Students on the list must achieve a high GPA while maintaining at least 12 credits. Included on the list are David J. Brakke. Milroy and Amy M. Poepping, Westbrook. Kaufenberg accepted at MSU-Mankato campus Sondra Lynn Kaufenberg, daughter of Lori ,Johnson, Walnut Grove. MN has been accepted for fall 2004 admis- sion into Minnesota State University: Mankato. Sondra's planned major is undecided. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You DIRECT SCRATCH AND DENT PONTOON SALE in Stock - Cheapest Price in the United States Ball Pontoons that must be sold -SAVE $1000's 17 ft. Forester Pontoon ........................ $2995 19 ft. Forester Pontoon ........................ $3 $00 14 ft. Pontoon/HotorfTrailer ................ $6995 19 ft. Fish/Hotor ...................................... $61195 21 ft. Fish and Cruise w/25HP Herc _$6995 24 ft. Forester .......................................... $699S T and M Marine 1"800-356-1322 * Girl Scouts Thinking Day By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune Girl Scouts from Westbrook and Walnut Grove gathered at the Walnut Grove Community Center last Tuesday after- noon for their annual Thinking Day. This is a day focused on thinking about others, so each troop selected another country to study. The girls th)n prepared a food typical of that countrT and served that food to visi- tors in attendance. The country of Ghana was represented by choco- late chip cookies since, chocolate is a product of that count: At the Denmark table visitors could sample easy apple cake and orange Danish. RaspberD' marzi- pan tort was the special food from Belgium. Swedish foods were sweet soup and krumkaka. Representing Mexico were a fruit salad and pineapple/banana punch. The table represent- ing Italy was popular with everyone because they could sample pizza. Visitors were Girls participating in the special day were front from left: Maddle Hemp, Megan Yang, Kylie Jenninges, Shiney Her, Kelsei Steichen, Nana (Tracy AFS student from Finland), Anna (W/WG AFS student from Spain), McKenzie Deprez, Stephanle Ankrum, Hannah DeSmith, and Angel Steichen. Middle: Danah Glib, Kasla Her, Kelsey Wahl, Karley Deprez, Amelia Malmberg, Halley Osland, Johanna Skildun, Z-pau Her. Back: Maddie Frank, Katie Jenninges, Marisse Harnack, Soni Kaufenberg, Laurie Nordahl, Samantha Hay, Ellie Vondracek, and Amanda Deprez. encouraged to give a small donation for each food they sampled. The money is used for projects. Pizza samples were one of the most popular foods served at Girl Scout Thinking Day. Local Coloring Contest winners announced Panhla Yang, a varisty cheerleader at WWG, was named to the Minnesota Cheerleading Coaches Association's 2004 Honor Team of Excellance. Pa was awarded a medallion and certificate at the MCCA State Cheerleading Competiton on Jan. 24, 2004. Senior cheerleaders are nominated by their coaches to receive this award. Selection is based on leadership skills and academic excellence. Nominees must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better in order to qualify for recognition. Five Minnesota cheerleaders were award- ed a $1000 scholarship. Submitted photo. Schools throughout Cottonwood County partici- pated in the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation Districts coloring contest. Three hundred and six Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade students participated in the annual coloring contest. The theme this year was "Community Waters". This past Friday, the fol- lowing students received a t- shirt and certificate from the SWCD, making the presen- tations was Cheryl Mathias. Kindergarten: Andrew Fast, Home School student; Michell Perez and Amily Sanchez, Mt. Lake Elementary; and Erin Knorr, Red Rock Central. First Grade: Melanie Adrian, Mt. Lake Christian; Hamlet Tanyavong, Mt. Lake Elementary; Andrew Derickson, Winfair; .and Jackie Trapp, Red Rock Central. Second Grade: Dayna Comnick, Westbrook Elementary; Megan Norby and Angela Patterson, Winfair; and Suzanne Vongkaenchan, Mt. Lake Public. Judging of the contest was done by RSVP volun- teers Florence Peterson and Cora Brugman. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS Dayna Comnick WWG Charger Speech Team continues to soar! By Coach Carolyn Enstad The WWG Charger Speech Team participated at The Luverne Speech Invitational at Luverne on Saturday, February 21. Over 300 speakers rep- resenting twenty one schools participated in the tourna- ment. The following WWG High School students com- peted in the following cate- gories. Extemp. Reading: Sandy Zeug, Pakou Yang Great Speeches: Nathan Swanson Creative Expression: Katie Boone, Chris Olsem Serious Prose: Anna Canal, Aleida Van Maasdam, Jonathan Alfonzo Congratulations to the following speakers who were recognized at the awards ceremony following three rounds of competition. 1st place: Nathan Swanson 4th place: Chris Olsem 5th place: Sandy Zeug 8th place: Aleida Van WWG Middle School Pops Concert March 2 The WWG Middle School Pops Concert will be held on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Walnut Grove gym. When's the last time heard "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" or ,John Philtip Sousa's rousing march "Rifle Regiment"? Remember the moving soundtrack from "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Forrest Gump"? Performing these pieces and others will be the fifth and sixth grade concert band and choir, seventh and eighth grade choirs and band, and the jazz band. Before the evening of music begins, come early for a bite of food in the WG cafeteria, starting at 6:00 p.m. -- a fund-raiser sponsored by the Music Boosters. During the supper, eighth graders will be entertaining you with their instrumental solos and ensembles. Eighth grade projects on prominent Black musicians will also be on dis- play. The public is invited to the concert, no admission charged. Directors for the groups are Tom and Kathy vondracek.