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, lncoir~, :. Art Show Thursday, April 25th, 7 xm. the Elementary Art Show will be the central hallway at the school. Please plan to Cyrano played by Beau Seeger dueled Vicomte De Valvert played by Jenny Hopper. ST Photo. .I Cast & Ci'ew of Cyrano de Bergerac -- left to right, Sara Buss, Sherry Ewy, James Kleven, Carrie Baumann, Sally Dallenbach, Ben Martlus, Todd Homing; and Ryan Anderson. 2nd row, Heather Johnson, Jenny Hopper, Ryan Warner, J. J. Halstenson, Patty Baker, Kristi Kottke, Sara Larson, Tlna Mischke, Joey Halstenson, Beau Seeger, Susan Cooley, and Janine Stiles. 3rd row, Conni Riddell, Meredith Horning, Tim Fowler, Leasa Bakken, Jesse White, and Heather Brand. ST Photo. O Walnut Grove, Westbrook, Dovray, and Revere areas cents Volume No. 7 Wednesday, April 24, 1991 Issue No. 31 Minnesota State Boy's )all Tournament is still in everyone's mind, a member of that Team is busy preparing another state tournament. received the honor of in the Class A Speech to be held this Friday at Forest Lake Sr. High Tim placed .second at competition held at St. t Saturday. His category topic is The competition on Will be accompanied by his coach, Mrs. Enstad, as several of the Charger members. to you, Tim, state from all of at WWG High School! Middle School students in through eight presented creative dance for parents, and at the Middle School on Friday night, April Students worked throughout under the direction of Laurie During the week they .how to apply simple actions such as walking, stretching, and bending to dance. In addition, impressed on the how they can become the environment. program reflected long work of the artist when they presented that represented solar how humans are nature's gifts and our Ig tropical forests. All were very well done by who had overcome fibitions during the week, '.and put on some very interpretive dances. Tim Fowler Ms. Putze is a graduate of Mankato state University with a minor in dance. She has also studied dance at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. She has owned a dance studio in Mankato where she has instructed students of all ages in creative movement, and gymnastics. She began teaching in public schools in 1982 as a resident artist under the canopy of MSU, and went on as a private contractor in 1984. Her philosophy is to place emphasis on creative movement, pure and clean, utilizing interdisciplinary studies. She tries to reinforce idcas and concepts through the use of movement. Ms. Putze's residence in the WWG school was made possible in part by a grant from Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council (SMAHC) which receives funding from the Minnesota State Legislature, the McKnight Foundation, the Otto Bremer Foundation, the Southwest Regional Development Commission and other Charter bus to State Speech Tournament Departure at 4 p.m Thursday, April 25, from the high school parking lot for the State Speech Tournament. Fee for charter bus is $24 per person. If school station wagon or van is used, fee is $14. Bus fee MUST be paid to the high school office by 9 a.m. Thursday. Arrival time back to Westbrook is between 10 and 10:30 p.m. Friday. Call the high school office, 274- 6111, for motel room information and any other questions you may have. t! contributors. GranLq were received locally from the Wilder Pageant Committee and the Laura lngalls Wilder Museum. Following the program, refreshments were served in the lunchroom by the WWG FLA/FFA. More dance photos on page 9 Pre-register for swimming lessons WESTBROOK -- Pre- registration for swimming lessons will be held on Monday, April 29th, and Friday, May 3rd, from 3 - 6 p.m. at the Westbrook City Library. If you pre-register, we will try to meet your needs for better scheduling. If any questions regarding the pre-registration, please call Angle Benson at 274-5517. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate 90th Anniversary WESTBROOKITrinity Evangelical Lutheran Church will be observing their 90th anniversary on Sunday, May 19th. All interested members of the community are cordially invited to attend all or part ot the days festivities. Morning services are scheduled for 10:30 with a noon meal catered by Blue Mound to follow. Tickets will be on sale until May 5th. They are available at the church office on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The cost is $6.50 for adults and $3.00 for children eight and under. Former pastors and sons of the congregation have all been invited and the afternoon will be filled with fond memories, fun, food, and fellowship. Pictured at right, standing in front of the original alter and baptismal font from Old Trinity are Mia and Andrea Hannah. They are wearing the traditional Norwegian costume for festive occasions sewn especially for them by their grandmother in Norway. I Mia and Andrea Hannan. ST Photo. Hospital Auxiliary Auction WESTBROOK -- David Rupp crlad the auction last Saturday night at the Community Center. The auction and supper brought in about $2800 for the Hospital. Helping the cause were $24 pies, $13 Jan s, and $17 a dozen eggs, (farm fresh we presume). The good natured bidding entertained the crowd and bode well for the hospital. ST Photo. directed the seventh grade class In a dance called "Solar Color" St Photo. Westbrook Elementary Music and Art Show The music and art departments, along with the K - 4 classrooms, have been working to prepare for this Thursday's concert entitled, "The Animal Puppet Theatre." The concert and art display will be at 7 p.m April 25, at the elementary gym. The Kindergarten and first grade will use stick pup.p ts during their act, "On the Pond. The second and third graders will use mouth ,iuppcts and shadow puppets for n the Barnyard." The fourth graders will present Act III "In the Forest," with hand puppets. Kristi Kottke will be narrator, and Shelley Benson accompanisL Art displays will be presented in the hallway featuring works of K - 4 students as well as art enrichment students. Auxiliary Supper WESTBROOK -- Prior to the auxiliary auction Saturday night people went through the supper line at the Community Center. ST Photo.