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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Page 7 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 1-5, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Creamy chicken penne, peas, cottage cheese, salad, peaches Tuesday: Pork roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, apple crisp Wednesday: Chili, grilled cheese, spinach salad, cherry cake Thursday: Stuffed shells School buys with chicken Alfredo sauce, biscuits, vegetable, pudding Friday: Southern fried new bus chicken, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, oreo des- sert Recently the WWG For reservations call 859- m r a n s p 0 r t a t i 0 n 2133 one day in advance. Committee pur- Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- chased a new school nity and Lutheran Social bus. At right, bus Services, funded, in part, driver John Ftsnk is under the Older Americans Act. shown next to the new bus. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO March 25, 1998 American Mothers, Inc. of MN has chosen Marilyn Y. Kuehl of Mankato as the 1998 MN Mother of the Year. Marilyn is married to William (Bill) Kuehl, who works at the family bank in Walnut Grove. The Association of MN Counties presented its presti- gious "Legislator of the Year" awards to Sen. Sheila Kiscaden and Sen. Jim Vickerman during it's annual State of the County dinner March 11. AMC President Marlowe Nelsen (Cottonwood County Commissioner) made the pre- sentation. Mr. Paul Olson's 3rd grade and Miss Heidi Cook's 4th grade classes at the Walnut Grove Elementary School have been studying weather the past 2 weeks. On March 20, Paul Conzemius, meteo- rologist with CH 12 in Mankato visited the 2 grades and gave a presentation on the weather. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 24, 1983 JoNes Van Hecke and Dan Heggerston have been select- ed as Girls and Boys State Representatives. Mark Hoffman and Liz Anderson were selected as altemates. Ralph and Judi Weber, Sanborn, were cited as Redwood County's the Year at a U of MN cere- mony held March 17 in St. Paul. Grade school students were treated to the taste of fresh sour dough bread Tuesday. Vicki VanGelderen demonstrated the art of mak- ing sour dough bread. JC wrestlers participated in a regional tournament at Fulda Saturday. Travis Pietz, Tim Otto, Shane Parker, Mike Erickson, Wayne Hanson, Troy Otto, Kevin Nelson, and J.D. Parker qual- ified to participate for the State meet in Willmar on Saturday. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 28, 1968 Nearly a half inch of rain in a thunderstorm Tuesday night brought at least tempo- rary relief from the extreme drought which has prevailed here. Temperatures were in the low to mid 70s March 24-27. Two Mankato State College students will begin practice teaching in Walnut Grove High School next Monday. They are Kathleen Kirchner in the home. eco- nomies . department,, and ..... Helen Dress in the senior high social studies depart- ment. Miss Dress is a native of Greece. James Alcorn has been named as the local sales rep- • Suspect -- Frompagel iiiiiiiiiii ii iii i i i i i On March 11, 2013, a search warrant was obtained for the Lane Onken residence in Slayton. After searching the property numerous items which had been stolen, from a house owned by McClellan, during the burglaries were found at the defendant's residence. In addition, a sawed offshotgun which had a barrel less than 16 inches long and a second firearm was found by officers. The defendant's record was reviewed, and he was found to be a convicted felon in 2008 and barred from possession of firearms. The complainant, (John Wiggins duly sworn, made a complaint to the Court stating there is probable cause to believe that the Defendant committed the following offens- es: Count I - Charge: Burglary in the First Degree, M.S. 609.582, Subd. 1 (a), Subd. la. Count II - Charge: Felon in Possession of firearm, M.S. 609.165, Subd.la, Subd lb. Count III - Charge: Burglary in the Second Degree, M.S. 609.582, Subd. 2(a). Count IV - Charge: Burglary in the Second Degree, M.S. 609.582 2(a) Count V - Charge: Controlled Substance Crime in the 5th Degree, M.S. 152.025, Subd.2 (1), (b). Count VII - Charge: Possession of Burglary or/theft Tools, M.S.A 609.59. Count VIII - Charge: Possess Drug Paraphernalia, M.S. 152.092. Since the above named Defendant is already in custody, District Court Judge Christina M Wietzema ordered the defendant subject to bail or conditions of release. The Defendant continued to be detained pending further pro- ceedings. Correetlun: In :an earlier story the'Sentinel Trirune indicated a second suspect was arrested, however after receiving further information from the Murray County Sheriff's office there is no information indicating a second arrest. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Hello to all from the ten- ants and staff at Country View Senior Living Community. I've been on vacation, so it's been a few weeks since you've received news from Country View. The tenants have partici- pated in many activities over the past few weeks. PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, Hand & Foot Canasta, Stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders, Ecumenical Church, Bible Study with Pastor Tim, Rummy and Yahtzee. The Salhstrom fam- ily was here to provide spe- cial musical entertainment for all tenants and guests. What a talented family! The bus went to Marshall on Wednesday with 9 people enjoying the drive. The ten- ants made fun items for St. Patricks Day and Easter with Ashlee on Monday. The 500 card tournament was held with Virene Shea declared the winner of the day. The Red Hat Granny Readers were also here sharing some fun stories and poems. Unfortunately, we had some other entertainment sched- uled, however due to health issues they were not able to visit this month. Next week there will be nail painting, Solitaire Frenzy, the bus ride down- town, the tenant meeting, arts & crafts, dominoes and hand & foot canasta. The regular calendar of activities will also take place. There will be no Bible Study on March 27 or April 3. Pastor Tim is quite busy with all of the events leading up to Easter. April birthdays are just around the corner. Celebrating in the month of April are Laverna Cohrs on the 6th, Shirley Lorenz on the 10th and Elaine Knott on the 30th. Please extend warm wishes to them. ,, ,', m,:. That's the news from the country (in brier) Happy Easter! Have a great week resentative of Walnut Grove Products of Atlantic, IA. The firm is a division of W.R. Autism Spectrum Disorder • If you see news happening or have a • • story idea call our News Tip Line. • • 274-6136 or • • 1-800-410-1859 • • Due to staff limitations we may not always • be able to respond to your tips or ideas. • However we will do our best to give every • • call full regard. • Thank you for your help and consideration. • • • • • • • • • • • • • Grace and Co Otst:din:Fa:F:il;of• • • 0. • • • Highlighted oOtr.ConnectU Workshop • , . • • • • Sentinel Tribune Tip Line • Autism Spectrum severe b problems, workshop will be capped at justoffofHwy 14twomiles Disorders (ASD) in Young Grow Your Business in Latin k, nerica, the Caribbean, & Canada International Trade Conference April 23-24, 2013 Radisson Plaza Hotel I Minneapolis, MN Two-day full conference registration - $349 $20 discount code: NEWS20 o--m-- -- Older Cars Are r Targets For Theft 00eau.00 Children will be the topic of a ConnectU workshop held at the SW Research and Outreach Center, Lamberton, on Thursday, April 18 from 9 am - 3 pm. Speakers Dr. Robin Rumsey and Dr. Amy Esler will share diagnostic criteria, ASD assessment, research on early identification, com- mon interventions, applied behavior analysis, and case examples. Dr. Rumsey is Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota and serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team which evaluates children for possible ASD. Her clinical interests include early iden- tification of ASD, evalua- tion of neuropsychological functioning of children and adolescents with ASD, and facilitation of care coordi- nation between caregivers, health care providers, and educators. She received her Ph.D. in Urban Education with specialization in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and has had a Pediatric Neuropsychology Internship and Fellowship through the U's Medical School. Dr. Esler is Assistant Professor in Pediatrics see- ing patients at the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital. Her focus is on children with ASD. Clinical interests include early detection and diagnosis of ASD, evidence- based family-implemented interventions for very young children, functional behav- ioral analysis to promote social communication, behavioral supports for and intervention services to improve personal well- being in adults with ASD. She received her Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Minnesota, 2001. There is a cost to attend the workshop. The registra- tion deadline is Friday, April 12. Early pre-registra- tion is encouraged as the 85 participants. The work- shop is coordinated by the University of Minnesota Extension and the Southwest Research and Outreach Center in partnership with the University's Center for Neurobehavioral Development and Children, Youth & Family Consortium. The SWROC is located west of Lamberton, MS. For further information and to receive a brochure, con- tact Colleen Gengler, Children, Youth and Family Coordinator, at cgengler@ umn.edu, phone 507-360- 0624, or call the SW Research & Outreach Center at 507-752-7372. Tracy Area Funeral Home Presents Free Community Workshop! 212908 €'atn Su'tns, Owner