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/ f / of the Girls Triple Trio performed "Calm as the Night." Left to right are Susan Stacy Horkey, Dawn Scarset, Gina Kronback, Shelly Wahl, Leasa Bakken, Meredith and Stephanie Kjorness. ST Photo. ! 4 Brass Ensemble performed "Trumpet Voluntary" during the fine arts spring recital. They Wahl, Todd Horning, Ryan Anderson, Andy Haar and Jeremy Holmes. ST Photo Anderson played a tuba Solo "Egotistical Elephant" the Fine Arts recital Monday evening. ST Photo b Jesse White did a piece of his own called "Crushed Eggs" as Creative Expression, during the Fine Arts Recital Monday evening at the Elementary School in Westbrook. ST Photo. available Lake m camp :Lake Center ts a camp with a Your summer includes canoeing, h'fldng, and camping. the Long Lake Center is accredited Central Association and Schools. You can Your LLCC credit to your school transcript. Whether you've never been camping or are experience,you'll find LLCC is just right mr you. LLCC offers two programs: First-year sessions are for ages 11-15. Each six-day session is packed with challenges and great fun. Cost: $225.00. However, if LLCC receives your application and full payment by May 15, the cost is $200. Boundary Waters Canoe Area ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS les & Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445-3431 (BWCA) sessions are for graduates of the first-year program. Two levels of canoe trips offer the ultimate outdoor challenge. BWCA-Intro is for ages 12-14, and BWCA-Advanced is for ages 14- 17. Cost: Intro $300 Cost: Advanced $350 The Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District is offering two scholarships for Cottonwood County students to attend in addition area Sportsman's Groups may ' be sponsoring student scholarships. Students wishing to apply for ore" scholarship should send us a written request no later than April 19th. The scholarships will be awarded April 25th. If you have any questions or would like a brochure, please contact the Cottonwood SWCD office at 831-1153. After hours call 445-3465 g Complete Plumbing & Heating Liquidation SALE at 12:30 p.m. Will be selling plumbing supplies and tools plus misc. Watch for complete listing. Norstegard Plumbing & Heating, We=brook, MN. Oscar Norstegard, Owner ILlff I011 t IK 1101l IlUll /metkmeeang umaom DAVE BOSAcKER LUVERNE JOHNSON PH. 763-3467 PH. 1136-8472 51-37 51-40 Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street WNtbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mort. thru FrL 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. Low back pain by Nancy DiCristina, PHN There are numerous causes of back pain ranging from mechanical, herniated discs, and injury to infection and tumor. The majority of low back pain problems are due to mechanical factors and it is this pain that is second only to the common cold in accounting for lost work time for those 45 years and younger. Your back is made up of multiple small bones called vertebrae. They make up the backbone which serves as the main source of support allowing us to stand upright. Between each vertebrae are discs which act as shock absorbers prevent each of the bony vertebra from rubbing against each other. Running through the vertebral column from the base of the brain to the tailbone is the spinal cord. The spinal cord is a package of nerve fibers which extend out from the spinal cord through side openings in the vertebrae to various parts of the body allowing us to move and feel. Pressure on these nerves and/or strained muscles along this vertebral column causes back pain to occur. Mechanical back pain arises from strained muscles or ligaments along the vertebral column. It can arise from work or movements which requires lifting, twisting bending, or reaching. Using improper body mechanics multiplies the risk as does excessive weight, poor posture, or lack of physical fitness. Here are some tips for using good body SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Illl ,d . p ~. Kite eating tree Every spring Charley Brown goes otf to fly his kite, and every year it ends up in the "Kite Eating Tree". "Oh I hate you kite eating tree!" ST Photo. pelvic rock on back, ann and leg raise while on stomach, partial sit- costs. Besides looking nice, they also absorb pollutants. And let's not forget our roles mechanics, ups, oblique abdominal as voters. We must elect When lifting a load, keep it strengtheners, and ham-string and government leaders who espouse small, keep it close to your body, hip stretchers. If all else fails and an environmental ethic. bend your knees so the weight is you experience acute low back born by the larger leg muscles, pain, here are some simple rules to Vickerman asks follow. stoop down if liftin the load off the floor, and ughten your Stop whatever activity congressional abdominal muscles. Sit in chairs using good posture and in which there is good lower back support. Reduce the amount of reaching and twisting-instead turn your whole body keeping hips and feet pointed in the same direction. When reaching down from a sitting position, support your upper body with a hand on your knee. If cleaning under beds and other furniture, or making a low bed, kneel down on one knee. Push rather than pull large objects, staying close to the load and using both arms. Use a stool if supplies are high and be careful that their weight is not too great. There are some exercises that help keep back muscles strong- Peace with the precipated the pain. Lie down soon as possible. Apply an ice pack delegation for on the area of keeping a thin postal help barrier of material between the ice and you skin. Hold the ice in place until the pain begins to subside - no more than 20 to 30 minutes. Remove the ice and apply heat from a lamp or heating pad. Aspirin or aspirin-like compounds can reduce the accompanying inflammation. If these measures fail, see your doctor. Prolonged inactivity can result in stiffness and muscle spasms. A little attention to the correct nsc and strengthening of your back can go a long way in preventing injury. It is a pain worth preventing whenever possible million tons of leaves and grass clippings, which could be State Senator Jim Vickerman, Tracy, has sent letters to Minnesota s entire congressional delegation, including United States. Senator Paul Wellstone and Dave Durenberger, asking for their help to prevent a partial closing of the Windom Post Office. In a letter to Vickerman, Adrian Mayer, Economic Development Director for Windom, pointed out that the partial closmg of the Windom Post Office could cost the community $1.25 million. "The post office thinks that their savings of $245,000 offsets the loss of $1.25 million for the City of Windom," said Vickerman. "I disagree. The loss would be devastating and I want to do everything I can to prevent such a loss from taking place." Vickerman pointed out that any issues related to the United State, s Post Office are federal issues, but environment composted to conserve landfill that state legislators can have an Not everyone can be an space. Did you know that 10 years impact on those issues. environmental leader, but everyone ago, there were 18,000 municipal "It's my responsibility can make individual lifestyle landfills across the country? Now communicate the concerns of changes to help preserve the because they're filling up, we're people of Windom to our Federal environmental from further down to 9,000 and more are representatives," said Vickerman. degradation. There are no easy closing daily. . "In this situation, I believe that it is answers and there is no magic-just Don't leave water running imperative that our congressional good, old fashioned hard work and needlessly. It has been shown that delegation work together to stop individual sacrifices, up to 50 percent of the waterthe postal service from gutting our Where to begin? There must be a wasted in the home is attributable post office, and in the process, realization that the job isn t too " to taps that run unnecessarily, wreaking havoc on our local large. A good example would be Also, install a water saving device economy. the sacrifices made during World m your toilet or better yet, have a War II. Everyone gladly saved flush or air-assisted toilet string, metal, and tin foil while installed. These toilets can save 60- ging without so many "extras". 90 percent of your water. Wishing you a I]',e situation now is just as urgent Reuse grocery bags and ask as it was during World War II. We for paper, not plastic. Use mugs must work just as selflessly for peace, only this time the goal must be peace with the environment. There is so much each of us can do and it make a difference. Here are just a few of the most instead of paper cups; rags, not paper towels; cloth, not paper napkins. Just remember to choose products that will last. If it's disposable and convenient, it is filling our landfills. And if it is obvious steps to take: made from a petroleum-based On your trash. Reuse and material (plastic, foam), it is repair. The average US household creating "greenhouse" gages and. discards 1,800 plastic items; other pollutants. 13,000 individual paper items; 500 Use public transportation or aluminum cans; and 500 glass car pools. In 1989, there were bottles yearly. New York City more than 121 million cars on the alone produces 26,000 tons of nation's road -- over4 million more waste each day. than in 1986. Each of these cars Use household chemicals emits an average of nearly five completely before tossing their tons of carbon dioxide into the containers. Solvents and cleaners atmosphere annually. in landfills s'eep into the ground Plant a tree. Trees ate primary water. Never throw chemicals absorbers of carbon dioxide and down the drain; take them to a tragically, the rate of deforestation hazardous waste center, in this country has exceeded one Put grass clippings, leaves, and acre every five seconds since 1967. vegetable waste into the compost Every tree in your yard saves in heap. Every year we dispose of 24 heating, cooling, and soil erosion FOR THIS SPECIAL TIME IN YOUR 1.1rE ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH! Come in and see our complete selection of graduation supplies .Announcements Name Cards Party Invitations Memory Books Souvenir Announcement Covers Graduation Jewelry Party Supplies (nepklns, paper plates & cups) Thank You Notes SENTINEL NEWS INC. Westbrook Office Phone 274-6136 We're your one stop dealerl m