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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Page 3 ng From page 1 Discussion was held on having Alliant Energy install a light next to the Bar & Grill on Main Street because the light in front of the bank would be too expensive to fix. The council approved the resolution to have this light installed and it will be done within the next few weeks. The 2011 Lease for the land rented by the city for dis- posing of yard waste was reviewed and approved by the council and will be presented to Ms. Putte for her approval. 'The lease will be effective from March 1, 2011 through Feb. 28, 2014. The council approved a Land Use permit for 90 Hwy 14 to construct a pole shed. Discussion was held on RADC dues and other donation requests. The council did not approve a donation from the city for the Redwood County Fair or for the SW Initiative Foundation. The council approved the dues for RADC. Daffodils . saves lives Jonette "Tootsie" Jeppesen,age 88 of Westbrook, formerly of Windom andHeron Lake, died Sunday, March 6 at Sogge GoodSamaritan in Windom. Memorial servic- es will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 11 at the Westbrook Funeral Home. Visitation will be one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Memory Gardens in Windom. Online condo- lences may be sent via www. stephensfuneralservice.com. WESTBROOK -- One of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil, is the symbol of hope. To the American Cancer Society, this flower rep- resents the hope all share that cancer will one day be eliminated. People that have ordered daffodils can pick them up at Maynard's Grocery Store, Thursday March 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. According to Daffodils for Cancer volunteers Toni Sletten 274-5609, and Janie Singer 274- 5350, they have many extras. So call if you want to reserve some daffodils, or they will be available at the store. y, Sell, or t m the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed quick and easy on line... Cards of thanks in the Sentinel Tribune will be in box ads. Up to 50 words for $10.00 51 to 75 words $15.00 76 to 100 words $20.00 Over 100 words - has to be a display ad, $5.30 per column inch All open house or other announcements can be run in box ads at a rate of $5.30 per column inch. 2 column inch minimum. (A column inch is 1 column wide by 1 inch deep.) All ads must be prepaid except for established business accounts. News & Ad deadline Friday 9:00 a.m. (e,mail news must be submitted before noon on Monday) From page 1 She also is asking for locals to come in and share their Main Street memories. Remember the days when people would come to town on Friday or Saturday eve- nings to shop and visit. Some of the work that is being done is from a three thousand dollar matching funds grant from the Minnesota Historical Society Legacy Grant fund. Much of the construction work has been done by Trent Baker Construction, Andy Foster of Plum Creek Cabinets and Steffen Electric. John Ingebritson of Redwood Falls has helped with the computer wiring. The Veterans Exhibit in Grandmas House will con- tinue through the 2011 sea- son. Elzenga is still looking for more Veteran photos for the display. The display currently has over 300 veter- an photos in it. For 2012 a quilt display is in the works. The museum is looking for temporary loan of Walnut Grove area quilts for this exhibit. Quilts can keep you warm, but often times they can tell a story and bring memories to life. The exhibit will be locat- ed in the climate controlled Grandma's House. If you would like to loan your quilt or volunteer to assist with this exhibit please contact Nicole at the museum 507- 859-2358. Last year Naomi Ichikawa, editor of a Japanese quilting magazine visited the museum. A one day quilt exhibit was put together for her visit. She interviewed several quilters and photo- graphed several of them for her magazine. In 2012 Ichikawa will be bringing a group of Japanese quilters to the Walnut Grove area to see the new exhibit. Above: The 23 foot long mural painted by Greg Preslicka in the "Little House" memorabilia room in the depot building. Below: Additional space being added to the museum gift shop. The Charger Pep Band performed at the girl's game at Luverne last week during the section tournament. Buys_Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Min ota stat parks.' ree mapl ' p,ng pro rams are a sweet eal The annual springtime tra- dition of maple syruping is about to begin with several Minnesota state parks host- ing workshops in March and April. Some events are demon- strations only; while others provide hands-on opportuni- ties to participate in each step of the process, from drilling holes in the trees to boiling the sap to reduce water content. It usually takes 30-40 gallons of sap to get one gallon of pure maple syrup. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), maple sap runs best when daytime temperatures are in the high 30s to mid 40s and overnight temperatures are below freezing. This cycle of above-freezing days and below-freezing nights needs to continue for several days. Some sap may flow as early as January or as late as May, but the typical time for a "good" sap run in Minnesota is from about March 15 to April 20. The maple syrup programs are free, but a vehicle permit ($5 for a one-day permit or $25 for a year-round permit) Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune is required to enter the parks. Registration is required for some programs. A schedule of maple syrup programs at Minnesota state parks is available at mndnr.gov/parksandtrails. For more information, call 651-296-6157 or toll-free 888-646-6367 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can have photos from recent newspapers printed professionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are available to you through easy online 3urchase. ~t treasures: This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES Click HERE to See and Buy Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available.