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t! ! SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, March 27, 1991 The production of "A Feudin' Over Yonder" enacted by the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School drama department under the direction of Mrs. Kathy Vondracek on Tuesday evening, March 19, was an evening of enjoyment for all who were fortunate enough to have attended the play. The three act Hillbilly comedy, by Le Roma Greth, was acted out with almost professionalism by the students. Additional entertainment during the evening included an a ce by the Community Ed Jazz Class Dancers directed by Nikki and Pam Van De Wiele. The students from grades three through eight gave a very nice dance routine prior to the opening curtain. Another attraction were art exhibits by the Middle School Exploratory Classes, also showing hard work and talent. Talented cast members of "A Feudin' Over Yonder" were: Summer Anderson, Brandi Swenhaugen, Julie "Erickson, Eric Graves, Andrew Kleven, Haley Johnson, Tom Story, Joy Schuknecht, Sandy Klasse, Michael Hubin, Andy Ourada, Jonathan Steen, Jill Vosberg, Cathy Baumann, Tara Horning, Sarah Hopper and Denise Hughes. Crew members included: Justin McKinney and Karen Klein, stage managers; Summer Anderson Brandi Swenhaugen, Julie Erickson, Andrew Kleven, and Karen Klein, Set detail painting; Todd Homing, Jacob Mathiason, Cory Christensen, and Shaun Kolar, lights; Tom Vondracek, set construction; Joel and Val McKinney, fiat painting: Beth Kleven, Diane Halsteaason, and Peggy Klasse, makeup. The entire cast and crew deserve a huge bouquet of roses for a production well done. If you missed it, you missed an evening of pure enjoymentl Jason Bakke to participate in the 1991 All-Star Basketball Games ALL-STAR GAMES: Dates: Saturday, April 6 Halenbeck Hall, St. Cloud State University Sunday, April 7 Target Center, Minneapolis Times: Girls: 6:00 p.m. Boys: 8:00 p.m. Tickets: One ticket good for both girl' and boys' game one night. St. Cloud State - Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Target Center - Gates open at 5:30 p.m. AWARDS BANQUET: Date: Sunday, April 7 Radisson Hotel Metrodome - University of Minnesota Honored Guests: All-Star Players and Coaches Time: 2:00 p.m. There was plenty of action during the play that was top entertainment In the community. The audience had the honor of attending a weddin' and a weddin' dance. ST Photo The Walnut Grove Community Education jazz dance under the direction of Nikki and Pam Van DeWlele rior to the opening curtain of "A Feudin' Over hoto. After Desert Storm, need for blood goes on WESTBRGeK--At the onset of which collects blood the Persian Uulf war, a surge of counties in the Upper interest in giving blood prompted including C the Red Cross to limit collections made a commitment to sent and ask some would-be donors to units week to the Gulf foe "stand by". Soldiers. Now that the fighting is over, The response by blood , Red Cross has issued a "green the crisis was outstandipg light" and is again urging all collections at some blood healthy people to resume their more than 20 percent over regular patterns of giving blood. But as the military began Organizers of the blood drive at back its requests for blood, Westbrook at the Community Paul-based blood service Building, April 4th, say they will necessary to began be pulling out all the stops to meet who did not have the collection goal and thereby refrain from giving. help ensure that the blood needs of much blood would be hospital patients here at home are and some would not be adequately met. its 42-day lifetime. "Giving blood was one way for Since the end of the war, people here at home to show Cross volunteersandstaffa support for our soldiers in the Gulf. concerned about a But since blood cannot be after thestorm,"rather:-han stockpiled or stored for more than too many donors. 42 days, thorn's an on-going need," "Once again we said Anna Gertner, coordinator of concentrate on the job the upcoming drive, blood for hospital The drive comes after weeks of home," said Dr. Robert Cast members of the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle Schoolplay, "A Feudin' Over Yonder", concern by the-Red Cross about medical director of the St. posed prior to the performance on Tuesday night, Maich 19. STPhoto having too much blood on hand. ' Back in December, the Regional Red Corss SMAHC to print third American Red Cross, through its Services. 54 regional blood centers, began "While the U. S. edition of artists sending blood to the Gulf as a halted its requests for directory supplement to the U.S. Defense parents in the hospitals we continue to need a safe Department's own blood program. The Southwest Minnesota Arts With the outbreak of hostilities adequate supply. On Stephanle Kjomess, daughter and Humanities Council (SMAHC) in mid-January, the St. 'aul need to collect more is in the process of preparing of Steve and Cathy Kjorness,edition three of the SMAHC Regional Red Cross Services,units a week in this]el only one place for that received a medal and Regional Artist Directory and come from and that's from recognition as one of the invites contributions from people. We need regular finalist in the Triple A individual artists. competition. Stephanle was "/'he SMAHC Artist Directory is 8th grade attended Bowman.d n rs more than ever, the representative for Region a non-juried listing of regional Repertory Theater To make an II. The award is based on artists and their services. In this WWG Middle School 8th grade blood at the u Athletic, Academics and Arts, handbook, they detail their work, students attended the production by She was recognized during background, and the programs they' the Gostor Repertory Theater in offer. The directory is distributed Minneapolis on Friday, March 15. halftlme ceremonies at The free of charge to regional schools, Funding for the trip was provided State Basketball tournament civic and cultural organizations by the Walnut Grove Jaycces, in the St. Paul Civic Center. interested in hiring artists for Wilder Pageant Committee, and a Congratulations Stephanle! residencies, events or grant from Southwest Minnesota Photo by Johnathon performances. SMAHC believesArts and Humanities Council WESTBROOK, MI Amundson. the directory provides a unique (SMAHC). For appointments & promotion of area artists. Chaperones for the outing were The SMAHC Artists Directory Diane Anderson, Jim and Carol reservations call is not limited to "professional" Dallenbach, and instructor, Mrs. 274-6796 or artists since different programs Shirley Dallmann. home 274-6421 require varied levels of expertise. Mrs. Dallmann submitted some HELD OVER Artists wishing to be included in of the comments by the students Business hours: the updated edition, including after the experi.enccs of the day: "I Mon.-Fri. 9a.m. to8 "Home those artists previously listed, came to the'theater with the Saturday-10a.m. should contact the SMAHC office attitude this was going to be boring Sunday - CLOSED Alone" for detailed information. Call or but it was exciting to me and now I write: SMAHC, P.O. Box 1193,am more into theater" Bargain Night: Marshall, MN 56258 (507)537- "I would love to go again. I am Tuesday evenings 1471 or Toll Free 1-800-622-5284. glad we went and I hope we could Tickets: Tables of 10 (only) may be reserved otherwise open $2.00 Adult MATERIAL MUST BE do something like that again seating. $1.00Kids SUBMITTED BY MARCH 15, "Thank you so much for 1991. bringing the 8th grade class to State Theater We are hoping to have Edition these outstanding plays." . Three of the Regional Artists There were many more ' . 1 Directory available no later than comments, and they were all Wlndom, MN 831-164 " ' 1 " " July,1991. To receive a xree positive, an indication the students ---'- copyofthe updatedSMAHC Artist enjoyed and appreciated the Directory, please send your name opportunity to attend professional and address to the above address, performances. . at Walnut Grove City Park SATUR]DAY, MARCH 30 y Smorgasbord [[ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Easter Sunda Cost: $5.00 March 31- serving 1! to2 p.m. II )ovray Lutefisk, lefsa, turkey& dressing, II Sponsored by St. Olaf E sh Luther League ham, potatoes & g--vy,vegetable II Proceeds for summer trip. & many salad bar- $6.25 plus tax !i Front Bar Specials C afe II 6:00 to 9:.00 p.m. ' ',' - B & B MON.: Mexican Food Night Main Street, Lamberton, MN. Phone 752-7722 Jl Taco's- Help yourself-50C ca. . Easl,er EGo TUES.: Fish Special- you can eat. Plunt 84.95 (prepared with no cholesterol frying otl): Q . i .~, . =;AT q/head Fe= WED.: LO'rTO & D/MLY 3 SPECI/ & Toali . t .w/o ne . de. -$4.7 2 MAIqCH 30 Friday, March,29 THURS.: Chicken & Rib Special ALL YOU CAN EAT. baked potato, salad, choice - $6.9 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Nursing Home Sewing from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. i! 1:30 p.m. SHARP! FRI[.: 4 to 6 p.m. - I (For preschool- 4th grade) ][. tdL es DHnks - 1/2 price Bring your own container. Free lsonsd 's for everyone 6:OO until Sponsored by G.F.W.C. Damascus Club Main Street, Lamberton, MN. 752-7722 (Specials subject to change - subsUtutes extra) '