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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, April 7, 2004 Page 5 ior Profiles Heinrich Todd Heinrich & l%rest Gump me "New Girl" class: All my pictures basket- with friends eat out: TGIFriday's Spend a Sunday afternoon: At the mall You would like to visit: Mexico one special event this year it would graduation 2004 in Westbrook Walnut believe it's going to happen 'plans: College at SCTC, Mankato are interested in pursuing and why: I want to be happy at what I do and I love have for yourself by the year 2015: To a start on a great life activities: Volleyball, basketball, golf activities: Working at Hoyts Yona Pao & Sue Yang of the Rings rap, hip hop Balle Rings 1, 2, 3, Belgarath the Sorcerer class: Creative writ- Car, computer : Playing Diablo 2, LOP, 3 out: Buffet a Sunday afternoon: Sleeping You admire and why: Pa Hua Yang because there for me and my parents. Because there love. would like to visit: Space beyond Pluto challenge facing young adults economy Plans: Work You are interested in pursuing and why: because I love the stars and space have for yourself by the year 2015: Win Jarmer Gerald and Pat Jarmer ,shack Loves class: Shop Demo car Hunting, fishing, play- Culvers ) SPend a Sunday afternoon: Sit at home and race would like to visit: Hawaii Plans: MN West - Jackson are interested in pursuing and why: You have for yourself by the year 2015: To business activities: Football, basketball, FFA, FCCLA, laehool activities: Help my dad on the farm ',h Menu 2004 No School Egg, biscuit. PB&J, Breakfast milk. Cinnamon tas- milk. No School Chicken fajitas, beans, fruit milk. Soup, max choices, veggies Ladwiches, milk, BBQ on a bun, fruit choic- sandwiches, pizza, veg- carrots, milk, tuna mac. Walnut Grove School Breakfast and Lunch menus April 12-16, 2004 Breakfast: Monday: No School Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese sandwich, fruit, milk. Thursday: Cinnamon roll, sausage, fruit, milk. Fridas:: Cereal w/milk, toast, juice. Lunch: Monday: No School Tuesday: Pizza, B/B, corn pears, milk. Wednesday: Chili w/crackers, B/B, lettuce salad *no chef's, applesauce, treat, milk. Thursday: Deli sandwich, chips, Calif. mix veggies & cheese, cherry salad, pineap- ple, milk. Friday: Fish patty on bun, oven potatoes, green beans, ice cream, fruit mix. milk. Sandv'00 6ar4en By Sandy Anderson II II II Carnations Carnations are fragrant, come in a wide range of col- ors and patterns and make a nice addition to bouquets, Carnations are a rela- tive to the Dianthus family. They are smaller than the florist-type carnation. Many have a clovelike fragrance. Carnations come in the tra- ditional pinks and reds as well as yellow, apricot, white and a purplish gra): You can start seeds in February indoors so that you can have flowers by mid- summer or you can sow them directly into your garden. Carnations usually bloom in ,June and July. Carnations have a blue- green foliage which is attrac- tive. You may get a repeat bloom by deadheading them at the base of the stem when they have finished blooming. Carnations demand good drainage. You can add some coarse sand or crushed gravel to your soil if it is too heavy and doesn't have good drainage. Do not mulch with organic mulch as that would hold too much moisture and would put them at risk for crown rot. Most carnations are cold-hardy to at least zone 5 but you might plant them against a south facing wall and have enough protection for them or can grow them as annuals. You can also grow them in containers. Can Can Scarlet is a bright scarlet with 2 inch blooms with a rich, spicy fra- grance. This carnation would have to be treated as an annual. It grows to 12-14 inches tall. Clove Drops is classified as a perennial carnation in zone 4. It is a clove scented carnation which grows to a height of about 18 inches before cascading. The fully double 3 inch blooms come in red, rose, pink, burgundy, salmon, yellow and white. It works well in baskets and containers. If you have questions, you may contact me at 752- 7658 or e-mail me at ander- sks@rrcnet.org. Representative Elaine Harder receives award District 22B State Representative Elaine Harder (R- Jackson) was presented with the Friends of County Fairs award recently by the MN Federation of County Fairs. Wally Wickman of Lyon County presented Harder with the award in her office at the Capitol. Reading Grannies Section final speech Nathan Swanson and Chris Olsem participated at Section Final Speech at SMSU April 3rd. They both placed 6th. Submitted photo Top fundraisers attend Timberwolves game The top three fundrais- ing efforts. ers for 'Jump Rope For Tanya Schoenenberger, Heart' from WWG Middle Alisha Parker, and Josh School attended the Vogl walked across the Timberwolves vs. the Timberwolves floor before Washington Wizards basket- the game in the Jump Rope ball game Friday night, For Heart parade of champ:- April 2, at the Target Center ons. Two hundred and fifty in Minneapolis. The tickets students from across the were a gift from the state participated in the American Heart Association event. for their fantastic fundrais- District has trees available for spring planting Rural property owners are reminded that Redwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) has trees and shrubs available for planting this spring. A variety of bare root and potted trees, species typically used in conserva- tion practice plantings, will be arriving later this month. Cost share assistance is available through the dis- trict for trees used to estab- lish a farmstead shelterbelt on non-cropped acres. Rows This group of ladles from Lucan performed and read stories to Mrs. Otto's second grade class last Friday afternoon. The group goes around to area schools readlng to elementary students. of trees and shrubs can be planted around a building site to protect it from wind and catch blowing snow: Cost share covers 75% of the cost of trees, planting of bare root stock and weed control. Technical and financial assistance is available to establish farmstead shelter belts, field windbreaks and living snow fences on cropped land through the continuous Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). For more information or to order trees, please contact Kane Radel at Redwood SWCD at 507-637-2427, Ext. 3, or stop by the office in the Ag Service Center at 1241 East Bridge Street in Redwood Falls. 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