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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDUCttTION Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Page 8 ; ,-; +"ud,., O; Th Aok :'' Shelby Foster Student oftheWeek for WWG Elementary is third grader Shelby Foster. Shelby always wants to do her best. She is responsible and is helpful in dass. Great job Shelby! SCHOOL MENU April 14-18, 2014 Monday - Hog dog/bun, baked beans, carrots, green salad, fruit, wheat bread, milk Tuesday - Chicken terikai strips/brown rice, green beans carrots, oranges, man- darin oranges, wheat bread, milk Wednesday - Roasted tur- 55 Alive/ Defensive Driving 4-Hour Refresher Course Anyone who has previous- ly taken AARP's 55 Alive 8-hour class is eligible to take the four hour refresher course to re-certify for the 10% premium reduction. Please bring your current drivers license with you to class. Call Rachel Christians at the Westbrook School to register (507-274-6111). The Refresher course will be held Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. at the Westbrook Community Center. The fee is $20.00. The presenter will be Kathy Pederson. key, mashed potatoes/gravy, broccoli/Ranch dressing, peaches, wheat bread, milk Thursday - Chicken crisi- to, lettuce, tomato, corn, pears, fruit, wheat bread, milk Friday - No school DIFFERENT STUDENTS NEED DIFFERENT CHOICES Help your students conunue dleir education. , Tuition assistance ' Career skills Leadership training GUARD 1-800-GO-GUARD www. 1-800-GO-GUARD.com Outstanding Member WWG Charger Team recaps season Mary Jo Hendrickson was named the Outstanding Member for Westbrook Walnut Grove by Education Minnesota at their annual banquet. Members are chosen for their dedication and commit- ment to their local Education Minnesota union. Pictured is Superintendent Lay Woelber presenting Mary Jo with her awards. Submitted photo Boy's and Girl's ( 00ounty April 1 Redwood County Boy's and Girl's County was held in Redwood Falls. Students from Westbrook Walnut Grove High School attending were Calle Anderson, Megan DeSmith, Cassidy Mischke, Pahnia Vue, Yer Xiong, Beth Nelson, Tyler Keithahn, Jack Jorgenson, Adam Hass, Matt Kleven, Jared Sanchez, Peter Yang. Adult chaperones were Dave and Nancy Herder, Rennae Krentz, Bette Ourada, Marlys Pemble and John Doubler was Redwood County Council Commander. Submitted photo DNR QUESTICb OF THE WEEK Q: Last night I heard and saw what I believe was a flock of cranes. It was a dark night, with bright stars shining, but only a little moonlight. Is it common for cranes to migrate at night? CLASSIFIEDS Advertise your items using your local paper. By Carolyn Enstad, coach The WWG Charger Speech Team participated in several Saturday invitation- als during their season. The team participated in the fol- lowing tournaments, hosted by the following schools: Redwood Falls, Pipestone, Montevideo, Luverne and SMSU. The Jr. High Speech Team consisting of speakers in grades 7-9 also participat- ed at the following Jr. High Tournaments: Tracy, RTR and Marshall. The WWG Charger Speech Team members and catego- ries are as follows: Tessa Busswitz - humor- ous Zuag Paj Her - serious drama Cindy Lohre serious drama Anna Larson - informative speaking Linda Xiong - serious drama Emily Onken - serious drama Amanda Hartson and Carrie,Homer - drama duo Jared Sanchez and Tyler Keithahn - drama duo WWG speakers as a team had continued success this past season. Their hard work and dedication to the pro- gram served them well as the speakers headed into the Minnesota State High School League Subsection I1A Saturday, March 29 at RTR. WWG registered all ten speakers into the subsec- tion competition and earned a fourth place overall fmish. On Saturday, April 5, the following speakers represent- ed WWG at section fmals on the campus of SMSU in Marshall. These speakers were: Zuag Paj Her (first place in subsection); Anna Larson (third place in subsec- tion); Tessa Busswitz (fourth place in subsection); and Linda Xiong (fifth place in subsection. Zuag Paj Her will be rep- resenting WWG at the State A Speech Contest Saturday, April 12 in Blaine, MN. Zuag Paj will be competing in Serious Drama The competition was very strong at section as three speakers were chosen to go to compete at the MSHL Speech Contest in Blaine. The team is coached by Carolyn Enstad and assisted by Lynn Caygle. $ 7.95 for 20 words (Extra words 25 cents each) Any one Peach $8.95- extra words 25 cents each For even more coverage advertise in the . Northwest Iowa Peach Southwest Minnesota peach South Dakota Peach Or for your best coverage reach 79,000 households for only $17.95 (Extra words $1 each) Sell those small items that are cluttering the garage. 2013-2014 WWG Speech Team/Sub sec- tions at RTR Satruday, March 29. Front row from left: Emily Onken, Linda Xiong, Carrie Homer, Amanda Hartson. Middle: Zuag Paj Her, Cindy Lohre, Tessa Busswitz. Back row: Tyler Keihthan, Jared Sanchez and Anna Larson. Submitted photo Bargain Basement 10 words or less for only S3 (Extra words 75 cents each) Loggers 16s finished 6th Sandhill cranes nor- mally migrate during the day, but in some circum- stances they have been observed migrating after dark, especially if there is a bright starlit or moonlit night sky. A Florida field natu- ralist reported migrato- ry sandhill cranes flying overhead at 10:30 p.m. and another two flocks flying overhead at 3 a.m. on the same night near Gainesville, Fla. on Nov. 25-26, 1984. Sandhill cranes from eastern Minnesota winter in Florida and would be migrating to Florida in November. -Carrol Henderson, nongame wildlife pro- gram supervisor The Loggers 16s team competed in a 2-day tour- nament at MSU-Mankato on Saturday and Sunday, March 29 and 30. The team was undefeated 3-0 in there pool on Saturday. On Sunday, the team was suc- cessful in the morning tour- nament bracket going 2-1, only losing one match to a tough WI team. This earned them a 2nd seed placement in the Upper Gold Division bracket in the afternoon. Falling to a tough Lakeville team in the first round of the tourna- ment, the Loggers 16s team finished the tournament among the top six out of 32 teams overall. Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn Back row from left: Coach Mark Takle, Cassidy Mischke, Avoree Bakken, Mariah Olson, Morgan Dennistoun, Juliana Pederson, Coach Madison Takle. Front row: Makenna Takle, Stacy Hanson, Jamie Goblirsch, Amanda Westberg. submitted photo Subscribe to the Contact the Sentinel Tribune at 507-274-6136 or 800-410-1859 A/so available, all our sister publications: Do any 2 papers- 2nd one t/2 price Sentinel Tribune