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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO March 7, 2001 Wednesday morning ele- mentary students burned up some of their energy as they raised money for the Jump Rope for Heart Program. Natalie Ross organized the fund raiser. Ben, son of Bob and Joyce Alcorn, left Monday to visit Iceland. He will be visiting there a couple of weeks. He is visiting L J, an exchange student from Iceland that stayed in the Westbrook four years ago, when Ben was in high school TWENTY YEARS AGO March 6, 1991 The Community Ed Advisory Committee hon- ored Mabel Mischke, Activity Coordinator, for her fifteen years of service when they gathered for a dinner meeting at the Mediterranean Club in Tracy on Tuesday, February 26. Sharon Bakken of Walnut Grove, First Vice President of Peacepipe Girl Scout Council, attended the MN Girl Scout Councils' annual Legislative Day at the Capitol in St. Paul on February 11. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 5, 1981 Walnut Grove Cable TV tower was damaged Friday, February 27, when lightning struck it about 3:00 a.m. dur- ing an electrical storm. Damage consisted of bent antennas, burnt out pre-amps and wires, and heavily dam- aging the transformer on the power supply lines. Greg Dallenbach, senior at the Walnut Grove High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dallenbach, was District and Regional winner in his FFA Fish and Wildlife Management Proficiency Application. He will now compete in the State competition. The city cotlncil appointed Francis Dean Fujan to the position on the council that has been vacant since John Hansen refused to accept his re-election in the last elec- tion. WALNUT GROVE SENIOR ...................... NUTRITION SERVICES COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY March 14-18, 2011 Thursday: Beef tips/noo- Senior Dining serving at dies, squash, dessert By Kim Rolling Country View Senior Living Friday: Salmon loaf, Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Community at 11:30 a.m., mashed potatoes, creamed Monday thru Friday. Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, carrots, For reservations call 859- fruit sauce 2133 one day in advance. Tuesday: Roast pork, Senior Dining is a joint mashed potatoes, peas, des- partnership of your commu- sert nity and Lutheran Social Wednesday: Chicken Services, funded, in part, Kiev, scalloped potatoes,under the Older Americans beets, dessert Act. peas, dessert Greetings to all from Country View Senior Living Community staff and tenants. The weather has been fairly cooperative all week, so that's been nice for those that have been wanting to get out and about. Activities this week have included PoKeNo, BINGO, SkipBo, J-I-N-G-O, Catholic Maas, Ice Cream Social, the bus ride downtown, Hand & Foot Canasta with the winners being Jeane Carter and Virene Shea, Wii, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee and the University of Minnesota speaker. Almah Circle from English Lutheran Church was here for a program on reminiscing Walnut Grove. They also provided a delicious snack. We are very appreciative for their willingness to include the tenants in such a fun program. It's always nice to do something different! Upcoming activities will include Dominoes, Sequence, cookie decorating for St. Patrick's Day and the regularly scheduled activities as well. The bus will be going to Marshall on Wednesday the 23rd. That's the news from the country. Have a great week! From left: Jeff Potter (Redwood SWCD Supervisor), Marilyn Bernhardson (Redwood SWCD District Administrator}, Representative Chris Swedzinski and Sunny Ruthchild (Redwood SWCD Supervisor). Submitted Rural Energy Efficiency - Saving money on your farm or small business photo On Thursday, March 24, efficiency. In addition, the . Bernhardson, Potterand meeting will also include a presentation from industry experts on the potential ben- efits of installing a geother- mal system on your opera- tion. Finally, a representative from USDA Rural Development will present information on their Rural Energy for America, or "REAP" program, which pro- vides grants for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. The program is free to all. Sign-in begins at 9 a.m. with coffee and donuts. Lunch at noon, following the program. Location: Southwest Research and Outreach Center, 23669 130th St., Lamberton, MN 56152. To register, please RSVP to Jake Fischer at the Minnesota Project; 651.789.3330 or jtischer@mnproject.org. Ruthchild of Redwood SWCD meet w#h local legislators Marilyn Bemlaardson, Jeff Potter and Sunny Ruthchild, from Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), attended a legislative briefing and meetings at the State Capitol in St. Paul. They joined a group of other officials from the state's Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) who met in St. Paul to gather support for conservation districts' pro- grams and issues. "It is important for us to get the conservation message out to our elected officials in St. Paul," said Marilyn Bernhardson, of Redwood Falls. The 2011 Legislative Session will be critical to the future of conservation pro- grams in the state, noted Bernhardson. "This year legisla- tors will address issues like state funding and competitive grants for SWCDs, while at the same time addressing a budget deficit projected at over $5 bflli6K We have to work hard to make sure local soil and water conservation i , ~ - ,, ssues don t fall by the way-side. During the visit to St. Paul, Marilyn, Jeffand Sunny met with local legislators Senator Gary Dahms, Representative Paul Torkelson and Representative Chris Swedzinski. SWCDs fill the crucial niche of providing land and water conservation services to owners of private lands. Minnesota has 90 Soil and Water Conservation Districts. For more .information on the Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District, please call (507) 637-2427 Ext. 3. The Minnesota Project, along with partners from Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERT), Redwood Electric Cooperative, South Central Electric Cooperative, and USDA Rural Development, will be holding a meeting at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center near Lamberton, MN to talk about how farmers and other rural businesses can improve their energy efficiency and lower their utility bills. Redwood and South Central Electric will present information about the various rebates and incentives rural electric cooperatives have available to help share the costs of efficiency improve- ments and The Minnesota Project will present a list of the easiest, cheapest ways to lower your utility bills through increased energy edtke panelist at Real Estate Conference James (Jim) Goedtke, RFC, CSA and Carla A.E. Goedtke RFC, CSA of Investors Choice Financial Services Inc. recently attend- ed the REISA Annual Conference. Attending the REISA conference, were attendees representing Broker Dealers, Registered Reps/Real Estate Brokers, Financial Advisors, RIA, Sponsors, Attorneys and Affiliated Professionals including: CPAs and Property Managers. The REISA conference was held with recognized speakers and educational Investments and Carla attended as a registered rep- resentative of American Portfolios Financial Services (APFS). Carla Goedtke, RFC, CSA has over 16 years of experi- ence in the financial services industry. As a registered principal of APFS she is responsible for retirement and financial planning which includes providing access to the areas of mutual funds, stocks, bonds, 401 (k), 403(b) and 457 deferred compensa- tion products, health, life and long term care insurance. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Answers for the Science Quiz on page Eight. 1) True 2) b 3) False 4) germanium 5) fusion Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator Freezer Freezer Freezei" Freezer Freezer programs on the design, analysis and distribution of private placement invest- ments and non-traded REIT programs. Regulators from FINRA and NASAA present- ed information on the chang- ing horizon of regulatory, legislative and market chang- es. Jim was a panelist for two sessions: "Alternative Investments - How do you Conduct Due Diligence in Today's World?" and "Non- Traded REITs - How are bro- ker Dealers Deciding Which to Distribute?" Jim was rep- resenting the panel as the SVP of Alternative Financial Services Inc. vvww. investors-choice, com 1-800-472-6495 2648 Broadway Ave. Slayton, MN 244 W. Main Marshall, MN We are the Retirement Planninq Specialists Financial Advisors: Carla Goedtke. RFC. CSA 8" James Goedtke, RFC, CSA Client Services Representatives: Morgan Beckmann, Sydney Carlson, Tara Einck 8 Angela Johnson Multi.state investigation links E. coli O157:H7 to eating in-shell hazelnuts The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) are working with counterparts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and federal agencies to investi- gate cases ofE. coli O157:H7 infection associated with eat- ing in-shell hazelnuts (also known as filberts) purchased from bulk bins at retail food stores. Three cases have been identified in Minnesota, three in Wisconsin, and one in Michigan. In Minnesota, all three cases were male and over 50 years of age. Cases were resi- dents of Hennepin, Redwood, and Steams counties. Two were hospitalized. All have recovered. Routine monitoring by the health departments in the respective states identified E. coli O157:H7 cases with the same DNA fmgerprint. The individuals became ill between December 20, 2010, and January 28, 2011. All of the cases have reported eat- ing in-shell hazelnuts from grocery stores. Of these, six purchased them from bulk bins at these stores and the other case reported purchas- ing similar product in a repacked form. Four of the cases reported purchasing the hazelnuts as part of mixed nuts. Agriculture agencies in the three states and the California Department of Public Health traced hazelnuts consumed by cases to a common dis- tributor in California, DeFranco and Sons. This firm has recalled all hazelnut and mixed nut products dis- tributed from November 2, 2010, to December 22, 2010. Recalled product was shipped to stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. State and federal officials urge consumers not to eat any in-shell hazelnuts included in this recall. To identify wheth- er hazelnuts that have been purchased are part of the recall, consumers in the states listed above are advised to go to the MDA website at www. mda.state.mn.us to access a list of stores that sold bulk affected in-shell hazelnuts, either alone or as part of a mixed nut product. Also included in the recall are Sunripe Hazelnuts, Sunripe Large Hazelnuts in 1-pound packages, and Sunripe Mixed Nuts in 2-pound. and 4-pound packages, all with a "Sell- By" date of 6/30/2011. Recalled products would have been purchased after November 2, 2010. Consumers with recalled hazelnuts still in their posses- sion should discard them or return them to the store from which they were purchased. Out-of-shell hazelnuts and products containing h~z~lr:;, nuts as an ingredient have not been linked to any illnesses and are not affected by the recall. Symptoms of E. coli O157:H7 illness typically include severe stomach cramps and diarrhea, often with bloody stools, but little or no fever. People typically become ill two to five days after eating contaminated food. Most people recover in five to 10 days. However, E. coli O157:H7 infections sometimes lead to a serious complication called hemolyt- ic uremic syndrome (HUS), characterized by kidney fail- tire. Those who develop such symptoms after consuming this product should contact their health care provider immediately. E. coli O 157:H7 infections should not' be treated with antibiotics, which might promote the development of HUS. 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