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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, March 17, 2004 Page 5 Charger Notes.... By Paul Oleon Middle School Principal everyone out there in Charger land!!! wrestling season came to an end and Michael Kirt Nelson made it to the individual state tourna- Kirk finishing in sixth place. These two are seniors things over the years for our team. But, as RRC-WWG wrestling team is extremely young. athletes are already in the weight room up for different camps throughout the summer. years and we'll be knocking on the door again tournament. sports season is now upon us. Boys baseball start on March 22nd. Grove MS Play "The Villain Wore a be performed to the WWG K-8 in Walnut Grove March 18th, at 1 !30 PM. They will also have two and all are invited to attend, both per- start at 7:00 PM. Then on Friday, March 19th we a Hmong Food Night before the final play per- Staff and students will start serving at 5:00 PM and Ilgo until 6:45 PM. The supper includes noodle soup, rice, and ice cream. The money raised will go expenses for the WWG soccer team who has MN Youth Soccer Association. Please come food and MS Play. also be an open forum at the Walnut Grove school 23rd from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM in the Walnut Grove We would just like to sit down with parents and the a look at various possibilities that may take place in possible numbers of students. We have a School district and we just want to make sure every- of possible future plans in our K-6. Menu ,2004 Cinnamon roll, milk. Pancake & or a stick, fruit, PB & J, Sausage, bis- milk. John, fruit, Chicken strips, fruit_.choic- sandwiches, Spaghetti, garlic carrots, sandwiches, French toast sausage, choice, sandwich- BBQ on a bun, choices, carrots, milk, brownie. Quesadillas, rice, corn, fruit Sandwiches, milk. Grove and menus 2004 Breakfast milk. Chocolate chip sausage, fruit, : Cereal juice. Toasted saadwich, fruit, ng Johns, m. Chicken patty on Potatoes, green milk. Spaghetti, garlic Jell-O, apple- Pizza, B/B, & dip, pineap- milk. Tater tot hot- peas, peaches, Breakfast burrito, fresh fruit milk. SMSU Theatre Program to present Pippin The SMSU Theatre pro- gram will present the musi- cal Pippin as its spring Main Stage production. Performance dates are: March 25-27 and April 2-3 at 7:30 p.m., and April 4 at 2 p.m. ,all performances are in the SMSU Theatre. Pippin is a spectacular musical comedy that has captivated Broadway audi- ences and has established .itself as a staple of universi- ty theatre departments around the country. The play was written by Roger O. Hirson, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The character, Leading Player, tells the tongue-in- cheek story of Pippin, son of King Charlemagne, who is on a quest to find his true calling in life. The energetic pop-influenced score by three-time Oscar-winning composer/lyricist Schwartz (Godspell, and the animated films Pocahontas and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame) bursts with one show-stop- ping number after another, from soaring ballads to catchy dance tunes. Nadine Purvis-Schmidt, adjunct theatre arts profes- sor at SMSU, is the director. Musical director is Christine Hollinger (sr., Music Performance major, Eden Prairie, MN). Ramona Larson from Redwood Falls, MN, is the choreographer. The vocal director is Tami Gabrielson (sr., vocal Music Education major, Dawson, MN). Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Ray Oster is the producer and technical director. Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Shells Tabaka is the costume designer. For advance ticket reservations, call the SMSU Box Office at 507-537-7330. For further information, contact the SMSU Theatre Program at 507-537-7103. welding can cause serious long- and sh0rt-term illnesses. iding fumes may be linked to tim eady cmse of as well as am i rbk for certain typ of dhmue' If Yu r a Ived he has wrted as a welder and sol" efious illness listed above, call now to find out about your legal fights.   in UN,  amams .th qermd s Umlo  U.S. ta McSweeney & Fay, P.LLP. Speech winners, front from left, Nathan Swanson, and Chris Olsem Back, Hiles Vue, Panhia Yang, and Pakou Yang. WWG Speech Team participates at Redwood Valley Tourney Nathan Swanson received a first place finish in the Great Speeches cate- gory last Saturday at the Redwood Valley Speech Tourney held in Redwood Falls. Chris Olsem placed 6th. This week the Speech Team will be busy getting ready for the Sub-Section CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL RICE BI RESULTS tournament at Windom on Monday, March 22. The public is invited to attend. WWG Drama department to present 'Summer of Kaos' The WWG Drama department will present 'Summer o[ Kaos; by Stephen Murray, a fun romp through the trials and tribu- lations of a summer camp with a 12 watt radio station. Shows for the public will be Friday, March 26th at 7 p.m. and 2 shows on Saturday, March 27th; a matinee at 2:00 p.m. and the final show at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome. Sen ior Profiles Abby Knakmuhs Parents: Bradley and Wendy Knakmuhs Favorite Food: Pizza, ice cream, popcorn with pickles Movie: You Got Served Music: Rap TV Show: Charmed, Friends High school class: Tina's classes i Possession: My sports Probe car, Simon :Hobbies: Plays, working Place to eat out: Subway Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: My house, sleep- ing, my grandmas Person you admire and why: My grandma Sharon Bakken. Cuz, she's nice, honest, a sweet person, she speaks her mind Place you would like to visit: Maine, Norway I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: Growing up Because: it's tough If I could attend one special event this year it would be the: Basketball games in high school Because: I never get there Future plans: Mankato Technical College Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Community service for disabled people, cuz, I like disable people and want to One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: To graduate from Mankato Out of School Activities: Job -nursing home OUTSIDE SALES OPPORTUNITY Imperial Supplies LLC, is an established national leader in the distrubution of maintenance and repair products serving : the fleet, heavy equipment and construction markets. We are seeking an experienced salesperson to expand an estab- lished territory in Southern Minnesota. We seek: 2 - 4 years of successful sales experience Self managed and ambitious individuals Income motivated reps through high commission rates in addition to monthly, quarterly, and annual bonuses. We offer: Inside sales support Extensive sales and product training A complete benefits package, including health, dental, and life insurance, profit shanng/rnatching, 401k, and education reimbursement. Please send or fax cover letter and resume to: Attn: Human Resources PO Box 11006 Green Bay, Wl 54307 Fax: (920) 497-5478 Emaih bmijal @ II I I I Nathan Swanson Parents: Joel and Lynn Swanson Favorite Food: Pork chops Movie: Rudy, Ghostbusters, Braveheart Music: Country TV Show: The West Wing, Everybody Loves Raymond Book: The Bible High school class: History, American Government, Speech Place to eat out: The Brau Haus in Lucan Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: At home on the couch or at the golf course Person you admire and why: My parents Place you would like to visit: Washington D.C. and Europe I think the greatest challenge facing young adults today is: Full busy schedules If I could attend one special event this year it would be the: Opening of the WWII Memorial in Washington D.C. Because: The veterans of that war (and all wars and mili- tary service) deserve to be recognized and honored for their selfless service so that we may be free Future plans: University of MN, Morris Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Secondary education because I enjoy working with young adults and I want to make a difference in their lives. Or a lawyer One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: To be happy and content with where I am in life and to not forget that family is the most important thing, despite of what is on your schedule. In school Activities: Speech, theater, band, choir, special music groups: vocal jazz, Boy's 50's, jazz band, polka band, golf, football, stats, FCCLA, Big Brother program, class president Out of School Activities: Church choir, Sunday School helper/teacher, employed at Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum during the summer Jessica Kay Knakmuhs Parents: Brad and Wendy Knakmuhs Favorite Food: Pasta, Ice Cream, pop- corn, Spanish rice pie with chicken Movie: You Got Served Music: Country, rock, hard metal TV Show: Charmed, King of the Hiq, Simpson's Book: Tasteberries for the Teenage Soul #3 High school class: Every class with Tina Richards Possession: Sport car Probe, cell phone Place to eat out: Subway Place to spend a Sunday afternoon: Grandma Sharon's house Person you admire and why: Grandma Sharon, because she can stay up all night then get up the next morning with lots of energy Place you would like to visit: Maine, Norway I think thegreatest challenge facing young adults today is: Growing up Because: having to prove you're an adult [f I could attend one special event this year it would be the: Basketball game in Westbrook Because: I haven't been to one Future plans: South Central Tech. College Career you are interested in pursuing and why: Chef - because I love to cook One goal you have for yourself by the year 2015: To have a successful job In school Activities: Drama Out of School Activities: Job - nursing home, youth ,,roups, hang with friends, ride in my car, go shopping with 4ends in Marshall. Terrific Kids for February Sponsored by Westbrook Kiwanis Club David McClellan, Ion of Germ & Julle McClellan | Chelsey Wehmeyer, daughter of Chad & Cindy Wohmeyer Jacob Comnick, son of Steve & Priscilla Comnick