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Sentinel Tribune Ten players from each of the four basket- ball classes will be selected to make up four WESTBROOK --Are you teams with players from all classes on each suffering from achy muscles, team. The teams will then play off for the lower back pain, body aches, or championship on Saturday afternoon. just plain tired of winter blues. Erickson a member of the 1000 point club Then you might want to visit was one of just 10 girls selected to the Class the Peaceful Spirit Massage A team. She will attend a training camp on located across the hall from Friday April 26, and play a game at University The Recipe in the newly of St. Thomas that evening. remodeled tbrmer bowling Saturday morning the All Stars will attend alley in Westbrook. a Ms. Basketball Brunch followed by third Penny Donner had been place and championship games. doing massage in the Thrifty Penny Donner in her new massage room. Her coach Sheryl Woelber said, "Paige White Pharmacy building, loves the game of basketball, and enjoys it Donner started school in 2007 Donner learned specific Massage which is a general There are a variety of gels and both on and off the court. She watches games at the Sister R0salynd Gefre techniques of massage includ- relaxation massage. Myofascial lotions that can be used, "I pre- in her offtime and that has helped her become school of Massage in St. Paul. ing Swedish Massage, Muscle Massage is more of a therapeu- fer the gel, it gives good cover- the player she is." The one year 900 hour course Therapy, Myofascial Massage, tic massage involving specific age and reduces the pull on the "She has really stepped into the leadership was an in-depth study ofmas- Pregnancy Massage, sports muscle groups. She also does skin," Donner said. role this year as a senior, and has helped the sage techniques, injuries, and Hot Stone pregnancy massage after the Donner also uses essential Therapy. first trimester. Women who are oils, lemon, orange, and tanger- younger girls to improve, Woelber said. I've been working with Paige since the 5th grade Donner said, pregnant often have lower back ine, all have relaxing scents, and I've enjoyed watching her mature and "I got into mas- pain, leg cramps, and general But ifa person is looking to be sage, because I tiredness, this concentrates energized she uses peppermint excel in the game. She will be missed -- both wanted to get mostly on the lower back and or other oils to revitalize. She on and off the court." into the medical !egs.. also has to be aware of what Good luck Paige! field but Hot stone massage cam- types of oils should not be used didn't want to go hines heated stones which are with persons with specific med- to medical used to apply heat to the mas- ical conditions. school. So in sage area. The stones are Another area she works on massage I still smooth flat stones of various is Reflexology which is done had to learn sizes. They are heated in water on the feet. Massaging different Anatomy, physi- to 125 degrees and then laid on areas on the foot will corre- ology, Pathology, a towel over the area to be spond with different parts of and Kinesiology massaged. She also uses the the body including internal (muscles) that stones in her hand using the organs. fulfilled my heat from the stones to accent Donner couldn't stress medical interest, the massage from her fingers, enough that if massage is done But I really She does Essential Oils correctly there should not be wanted to work Aroma Therapy. It uses plant any pain after the massage. with people and extracts of lemon grass and Although she said some people make them feel Marjoram oil. She puts a drop might experience some minor better." of each on her hands combined discomfort, but drinking water Donner does with a jell lotion, then massag- afterwards will reduce it. Penny Donner showing the severaltypes of es the area with the hands. She ....................................................................................................................... stones she uses for massage, massage includ- said, ,'it is particularly good for Massage page 3 ing Swedish muscle spasms." Merlyn Hubin meets with agriculture secretary Vilsack Hubin meets with Secretary Vilsack, Governor Dayton and other Minnesota farmers union members Merlyn Hubin, of Westbrook recently met with United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Governor Mark Dayton alongside other Minnesota Farmers Union (MFU) members. State Representatives Andrew Folk, and Rick Hansen, who are also MFU members, were in attendance as well. Merlyn Hubin has been on the MFU Executive Board since 1988, and has also served as Cottonwood County Farmers Union President for more than 20 years. At the meeting Secretary Vilsack recog- nized Minnesota and specifically Minnesota Farmers Union for their pro- gressive work in agriculture, and informed MFU members on a federal perspective of current issues. An issue of high priority for Secretary Vilsack is introducing young people into farming. "There will be far more farmers over the age of 75 than there will be under the age of 25" predicted Vilsack. "I value this group here" he said to Minnesota Farmers Union members, "I see a lot of people that look a lot younger than I do, which is great." Federal budget sequestration, the Farm Bill, water quality programs, and dairy were also important points of discussion. These are also high on Minnesota Farmers Union's legislative agenda. During a more formal moment of the meeting, Governor Mark Dayton shared pictures on his phone with MFU member Pat Irrthum, State Representative and MFU Member Andrew Folk, MFU Executive Board Chair Merlyn Hubin, and MFU President Doug Peterson. Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson is available for further comment on this event. Secretary o{"/kg- MFU Executive Board Member Markell Vogt, MFU Executive Board Chair Merlyn Hubin, MFU President Doug Peterson, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, MN Gay. Mark Dayton. 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