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> . ,1: ,!, ~ ' ~ ' GROVE- School discussed ways in communications instructors in the WVdG and parents of 6, recent attempt to form group has not problem to a member, Marianne .m, suggested calling meetings on a where parents and Could meet and discuss either feels is in need of As Boerboom Walnut Grove, Westbrook, Dovray, and Revere areas other. It has been an historical fact that parent/teacher organizations just do not seem to remain in a district for any length of time especially in the local district and surrounding rural schools. It was also suggested the meetings be kept informal to encourage discussion. Superintendent recommendations made from that inspection would require making the necessary changes. Board members also made recommendations for summer repairs that included the ice shack, tennis court, fencing, and the exterior door replacement at the entrance by the gymnasium. out, many parents andpresented their case before three An interest had been expressed shy away from an judges. No decision had been by eighth grade boys for a baseball group for some reason or received by Monday night's program for seventh and eighth meeting, and the committee grade boys who are interested. It informed the board it would take was agreed to investigate the GOOD Cottonwood County will become a part of Lyon County's Regional Household Hazardous Waste Management Program, under a contract signed recently by hazardous waste facility. A local committee will design and implement an education program for Co,tonwood County with assistance from Regional Wiemers was instructed to look Plans will be made up for the into having such a meeting after possibility of moving the district the basketball season is finished, offices, and the board will study the two counties, Lyon CountyProgram staff. The negotiations committee those plans at a future meeting, gnnounced today. Th'e Lyon County Regional reported on the hearing they had Additional projects will be4/' As part of the program, Program is sponsored by the attended last week concerning Mr. presented after faculty requests for 12ottonwood County residents will Minnesota Pollution Control Dallmarm's grievance. Both sides next year have been heard. ave an opportunity to dispose of Agency and Lyon County in make It to the will publish after the or couples like to have their gratulations a space by $4.00 to the Sentinel In Westbrook Grove. players available to about thirty days before they would know the decision of the judges. aiso be a ad for other ;TON --- Last fans had little w mmg the they would their opponents with a 88-45 blow hand if you haven't Approval was given to modify the $265,000.00 promissory note on the asbestos removal project to $45,491.50. Cost to date on the asbestos removal is $90,983.00 with one half being paid by a granL The promissory note carries a zero interest rate. Superintendent Wiemers presented a proposal to the board concerning salaries for instructors who work on the memory book, speech, extra music activities and other activities in the middle school. He stated those positions should be salaried in addition to sports coaches and assistant coaches in the middle school. The board instructed him to negotiate with the instructors affectexL Wiemers also informed board members an inventory report on the buildings had been sent to the state. A survey of the buildings and repair needs was presented to the board for consideration. There will be an inspection by state authorities on safety measmcs, fire prevention, etc. and any i Hanson had 7 and 6 points respectively. For Jackson it was the end of the road as they finished their season at 10-15. The seventh seeded Jays had previously upset third seed ' Windom, and second seed I-KAg-L. Jackson Coach Rich Odell said "We felt we could win, but we the past few were impatient. We needed to You could not help but score early so we could slow the of the wild scores tempo. And we just didn't do that." this talented bunch of Walnut Grove it District crown in their of pairing. For its last district title 1986. While Walnut won their district 10 967 when the Loggers of the game was set Chargers reeled off 8 Coach Kjorness said that, although his team can be beaten, it will take a beck of an effort to do so. "As a team these kids are as good a high school team rye seen in a long time," That may well be, but in some circles it has been said that this [Foup is one of tbe best they have ever seen in southwestern bfnmeso possibility of entering a baseball program this spring. Mr. Richards and Mr. Ballard have proposed building a green house from old fires in the back of the school. Walnut Grove Lions Club members have indicated they would assist with the project, at least physically. Plans are to supply plants for the science department and possibly some production. Fire Arms Safety Class WESTBROOK- Firearms Safety classes will begin Tuesday April 2, from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. For further information call Rick Nelson 274-6548. After the game the Chargers accepted their medals and district said1 lid just what we wanted trophy graciously. Then they wanted to get the jump to cut down the nets as mad avoid a slowdownis the tradition. But it seemed that Chamber of Commerce WESTBROOK---The Chamber of Commerce will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday, March 13th at 12 noon at Wester's Cafe. Volume No. 7 Wednesday, March 13, 1991 Issue No. 25 this group is not satisfi with just a district trophy they definitely want more. And one has to believe there will indeed be more to come. held the Jays 6'6" Fell to 2 points in the At one point the their lead to 16-2. closed the gap as ended 11-20. said we had three were conoerned abouL in State Tournament to keep Jackson's guard, Lincoln Wacker household hazardous wastes properly. Cottonwood County will provide education to residents to assist them in identifying and properly managing household hazardous wastes, along with ideas for waste reduction. Household hazardous wastes are common household products which contain many of the same chemicals as industrial waste. disposed of improperly - - in lhe trash, down the dram or on the ground - - these household hemicals can contribute to contamination of ground water, lakes and streams. Under the contract, Lyon County in cooperation with Cottonwood County will possibly provide collection days each year for residents of Cottonwood County to drop off wastes or two product exchange events. Residents of Cottonwood County are able to utilize the Regional Household Hazardous Waste Facility located in Marshall, MN at the fairgrounds. The regular scheduled hours are: the 1st and 3rd Thursday afternoons 12 - 4 of each month and the 2rid Saturday of each month 8 a.m. 4 p.m. The collected wastes will be disposed of at an out-of-state permitted cooperation with Cottonwood County. For more information on household hazardous waste, contact Tmcy Schalek at 507-532- 6788 or Mike Kirchmeier at 831- 2441. WWG Band and Choir fare well at contest The WWG Concert Band and Concert Choir performed their contest selections at Windom on Saturday, March 9th. The band performed "Ayre for Eventide", the second movement, from Three Ayres from Gloucester, followed by "Second American Folk Rhapsody." The band was awarded three superior ratings from the three judges. This rating is the highest honor that can be awarded. The choir performed "The Earth Adorned" with Dawn Scarset as soloist followed by "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind" accompanied by Angie Wester. The three judges awarded them two superior ratings and one excellent rating. This qualifies the choir for an overall star rating. Also we wanted And we had to Johnson from shooting la)intax The Storden - Jeffers Lady Chiefs are in their fourth consecutive tournament. The Chiefs won the touney in 1989 and wer( second in 1988 and 1990. Good Luck Chiefs from your neighbors to the west. Dick Rust passes away Dick Rust, 88, father of Mrs. Ted Anderson and a former resident at Grove Apartments, passed away early Sunday morning at 5unwood Care Center, Redwood Falls. Funeral services for Mr. Rust will be at the Vesta Lutheran Church, Vesta, MN on Wednesday, March 13, 1991, at 11:00 a.m. Obituary next week. WWG Chargers savored the moment after winning the district crown last Thursday night. Photo by Marian Johnson. proud of how Ids . i m.- -man Region Boy's Chartered Bus Fee--S12.00 the Jays to the State Boy's plus admission ticket. Adults - $6.00 and students - $3.50. Sign-up in of a Basketball Tournament information deadline is 9:00 a.m Wednesday, worked their Tournament If team advances to State Boy's March 20. Will need 44 paid dy finding the open The Region 2gal p.m. Westbrook and 12:00/12:15 controlling the hoards. Ischedut d tot this Tuesday I information p.m. Walnut Grove. Bus will stop Basketball Tournament trwst round riders. scheduled for 1:05 p.m Thursday, A general information meeting Y the Chargers shut .out [has been re-scheduled to [ tn Mankato for lunch after game. March 21 at Williams Arena, St. for players, pep band, cheerleaders, I offensive rebounds in ]Thursday March 14 at 8:00 ] If team advances to Region 2A Will need 30 paid riders. Sign-up Paul. df. Nick Knehl got the IP.M. at the Worthington High I Finals at Mankato on Friday,deadline is 9:00 a.m Friday, Tickets and bus sign-up will be and parents will be held on in the second period ]School. I March 15, 1991: Tickets and bus March 15. Sunday, March 17, 1991 at 2:00 sign-up at WWG High School Chartered Bus Fee---S6.00 plus at WWG High School office and p.m. at the WWG High School tied12 Ofpoints,the ChargerSspreading22 ] It is not known at press [ office and WG District office, admission ticket. Adults - $3.00 WGMarchDistrict18 fromOffice8:00 Ona.m.MOnday,to 4:00 auditorium.If team goes to state, team bus a to 21points at the half ]time if the flanl region game [ Wednesday, Marchl3-8:00&m.- and students $2.00. Bus leaves p.m Tuesday, Marehl9from8:00 sendoff will be at 8:00 a,m -of42-21. |will be played Fdday evening [ 4:00 p.m. Thursday, March 14 - WWG High School parking lot at a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Wednesday, March 20, from smoke cleared in the ]as scheduled or if il will be [ 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday, 4:40p.m. Leaves WG at 5:00 p.m. March 20 until 9:00 a.m. only. WesthrookElementaryparkingiot. iKuehl and Troy Steen i an0ed. I March 15 - until 9:00 &m. only. Projected remm time - 11:45/ 2:00 School Bus Fee--S8.00 plus If the boy s basketball team p.m. Walnut Grove and admission ticket. Adults - $6.00 advance to state, there will be no I guardPointS.JuhlFOllowingErickson Ithr u0hIAnnouncementSthe school,wililocal be sent 1| admissionSCh l BuSticket.Fee---$4.00Adults - $3.00PluS 12:00/12:15 a.m. Westb oO r k1. Bus and students - $3.50. Sign-up school on March 21 and P . deadline is 9:00 a.m Wednesda), Friday, March 22. School wirl then n 17 points and dished Ibusinesses an area radio I and students - $2.00. Bus leaves will sto in Mankato or unch stations. I Friday,beheld onMayThUrsdaY,31 to makeMarch up28 andthe assists. Center Jason I WWG High School parking lot at after game. Will need 44 pa d March 20. Will need 40 prod just behind with 16 4:30 p.m, Leaves WG at 4:50 p.m. riders. Sign-up deadline 9:00 a.m riders. Fowler and Wayne i,] Projected return time - '11:45/12:00 Friday, March 15. days missed.