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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COM00UNITY Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Page 6 GLANCES 1N THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO March 28, 2001 Senior basketball players Isaiah Wahl, Derek Erickson, and John Schulz will partici- pate in a basketball jamboree Friday, March 30, at Morgan. They will play on the Red Rock Conference Team against the Tomahawk Conference. Tom Hansen, a licensed taxidermist from Jeffers, demonstrated how to prepare and mount several different wildlife species for the Outdoor Life Class. TWENTY YEARS AGO March 27, 1991 Stephanie Kjomess, daugh- ter of Steve and Kathy Kjorness, received a medal and recognition as one of the finalists in the Triple A com- petition. After three exciting days of basketball in the State Tournament, the Chargers returned home with a second place trophy and a lot of respect. The Westbrook Hospital Auxiliary received another check from Maynards in the amount of $1454 for their coupon prect. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 26, 1981 Mrs. Janice Wiggins was named Westbrook Teacher of theYear for 1981. She teach- es Home Ec classes. Wiggins has taught a total of 21 years in the Westbrook school sys- tem, taking time out during that time to start a family. Wiggins will now compete for the title of MN Teach of the Year. Kris Tostengard was among students recently named to the Campus Hearing Board at Luther College in Decorah, IA. Kris is a junior at the college and the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Tostengard of Dovray. Kim Gertner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Gertner of Westbrook, placed second in Word Processing Correspondence Secretary Competition at the MN Office Education Association Post- Secondary Spring Leadership Conference at the Radisson Hotel in Minneapolis. She was also a member of the Parliamentary Procedures Team which placed fifth. WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 4-8, 2011 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Meatballs/gravy, whole potatoes, mixed veg., Ambrosia, bread, milk Tuesday: Lasagna, green beans, tossed salad/dressing, ice cream, garlic bread, milk Wednesday: Sweet and Sour pork, rice, broccoli, mandarin orange gelatin, brownie, bread, milk Thursday: Roast turkey, mashed potatoes/gravy, scan- dinavian blend, cream puff dessert, bread, milk Friday: Salmon loaf, mashed potatoes, creamed peas, brownie, bread, milk For reservations call Angie at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. AM00UtANO00 0000m.ity n, rtn' Zettles - Kirchner engagement George Zettles IV and Christine Kirchner announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are George Zettles III of Mankato, Cindy Mead of Mankato, and Larry and Carolyn Kirchner of Westbrook. George graduated from Mankato High School and Mankato State University. He is employed as an electri- cal engineer at IBM in Rochester. Christine gradu- ated from Westbrook Walnut Grove High School and South Dakota State University in Brookings SD. She is a Registered Nurse working in the Surgical/ Trauma ICU at St Mary's Hospital in Rochester. A June 18, 2011 wedding is planned in Rochester. COTTONWOOD COUNTY 4-H EVENTS April Events 1-4-H/LIA Scholarship Deadline 3-All Counselor Orientation, Lake Shetek, 1-8 p.m. 5-Shooting Sports - Rifle, Windom Arena, 7 p.m. I 0-Share the Fun, Westbrook Peterson Auditorium, 2 p.m. 12-Mt. Lake Afterschool Adventure, 3:30-4:45 p.m. Annual Meeting Notice of the WESTBROOK CEMETERY ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the Westbrook Cemetery Association will be held on Monday, April 11, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. in the City Council Room All lot owners, whether by purchase or inheritance, are invited to be present Jan Johnson Association Secretary 187160 A tifetime of care With you the moment life begins. With you through bumps and bruises, coughs and colds. With you when you're sick and when you're well. They provide you with a lifetime of care. Dedicate themselves to the work of health and healing. Stand 900 strong at Sanford Health. March 30 is National Doctors' I)ay, Join Sanford Medical Center Westbrook in thanking physicians for all they do. Every day. During our lifetime of care. WWG Cub Scout Food Drives The WWG Cub Scouts $150.00 from their account, bags of food. These bags had two different food drives The scouts divided into five were taken around to each last week for Mary and groups. Each group had house in Westbrook and Martha's Pantry, Westbrook. $200.00 to spend. It took Walnut 'Grove on Friday, First, on Monday, March 21, them a while, but they filled March 18. The WWG Cub the Cub Scouts went shop- five shopping carts. They Scouts collected another 400 ping at Maynards in then wheeled the carts down lbs. of food for the food shelf Westbrook. They had the street to the pantry, in Westbrook. The scouts $1,000.00 to spend on gro- According to Harry Baulisch and parents had a great time ceries. This was made pos- the scouts donated over 700 with both activities. It was sible because of an $850.00 pounds of food. all made possible because of donation from the Walnut On Saturday, March 26, the generous donations of Grove Area Foundation. the Cub Scouts went around food and time. The .cub scouts donated both towns and picked up Above: The WWG Cub Scouts brought their cart loads of food to Mary and Martha's Pantry food shelf in Westbrook last week. Below: Cub Scouts compared prices of items at Maynards Food Store in Westbrook last week. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph.5o7-274-6136 1-8oo-41o-1859 At Rolling At Sanford "Vestb1"ook we recognize you want comprehensive health care from local providers at medical centers and clinics you know and trust. Providers who are conv,nient. Ch)se to home, Connected 'o the community. And), Kopperud, M[) is accepting new patients. And committed to providing you a lifetime of heahh and healing. To schedute an appointment, cart Sanford Westbrook at [5071 274-6121. SANF-:)RD TM Westbrook