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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Page 9 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 29-May 3, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Pork fritter/bun, potato salad, asparagus, man- darin oranges Tuesday: Turkey/gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry salad, mint pie Wednesday: Not avail- able Thursday: Not available Friday: Not available For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your conmu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Ameicans Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO April 22, 1998 Kelsey Robinson, daughter of Rick and Bernice Robinson, won third place in the MN State Archery Contest. Kelsey has been working with bow and arrow for two years. The fourth annual WWG Middle School Writers Conference was held Wednesday, April 15, at the WWG Middle School. The conference was organized by Cheryl Weber and Mrs. Markuson. Cheryl received a special plaque for her work in organizing this and past writ- Friday, April 22. Walnut Grove is well represented in the chorus, with Lee Steffen, Ran Alcom, Clair Baker, Dr. Bruce Mathiason, Kerry Knakmuhs, Bob Alcom, and Rod Maguire. The group has been directed by Pat Pederson for over 17 years. Last week continued with the usual pattern of snow and just plain nastiness. Heavy wet snow fell on Tuesday and created gloppy slush on Wednesday. Strong winds Thursday created an old- fashioned blizzard. Temperatures have been well below normal. ers conferences. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO THIRTY April 25, 1968 YEARS AGO Richard DeBates will soon April 21, 1983 leave for England where he Duane and Charlotte will join two friends in early Smith, Walnut Grove, have May to start an almost unbe- just completed an adventure lievable adventure- around they will not soon forget. On the world by sail boat. March 1, they began their trip Richard is the son of Mr. and to Africa. They were visiting Mrs. Arthur Debates. their son Blair and his wife The Walnut Grove High Judy. Blair is a banker and School FFA livestock judging businessman in Nairobi, team placed third at the Kenya. District 10 general livestock The Marshall Area Men's judging contest held in Chorus will be traveling to Brookings Saturday. Grand Rapids, MI for a "Big Members of the team are Sing". Over 20 members of Bruce Mathiason, John the chorus will be boarding Davis, Arlen Knott, and the AMTRACK in St. Paul Chuck Maas. BUY, SELL, OR RENT in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 212831 00chmiesiq00[ rarm00 I I pil 7. a o a..-8 ply. raudlle4Peu'mg .wy, ri128" 1P "m'-6 p'n'' .wy 14! I Hwy. 10 I -L00m0e00oo 18384 Co. Hwy. 10, Walnut Grove - 71/2 miles North of 14 on H. 10 507-747-2902 or 507-828-66]9 uke us on OPEN Mon.-Fri. noon-8 .m.; 5at.10 a.m.-8 .m.; Sun. 1 .m.-8 [.m. Facebook Walnut Grove Legion Auxiliary report The Walnut Grove Legion Auxiliary Post 267 met on April 16 with 18 present. We had 11 students go with us to Boys and Girls County and they were very good. Poppy distribution will be May 17, and 24 on Main St. Memorial Day service at school 9:30 May 27, with Maydra Maas speaking. Steven Yang has been chosen to go to Boys State and still looking for a girl. April is Children and Youth Month. Time to sup- port Military Family chil- dren. American Flag disposal will take place in Lucan on June 14. Bring all tattered flags to the Legion. Community Blood Drive to be June 24, Please give blood. We will be taking dona- tions during our pie sale July 20 to help the Luverne Veterans Home. New officers were elect- ed for next year. Secretary, Marlys Pemble Boys and girls county, day The Redwood county council of the American Legion and Auxiliary held boys and girls county day on Tuesday, April 2. The students toured the county jail where they learned how 911 calls and storm notifi- cations are handled. They learned how people are fin- gerprinted and what a jail cell looks like. T h e Redwood county commis- sioners welcomed the stu- dents into one of their meet- ings and explained how from WWG. They were county govemment works. Brandon Pacholl, Jacob A mock trial was held in the Otto, Randy Knutson, Cole courtroom so students could Olson, Meng Yang, Kenji see what happens during a Hang, McKenzie Deprez, trial. A pizza lunch was Abby Herding, Sami served by the Revere Hotzler, Natalie Villegas, Legion Auxiliary unit. and Juliana Pederson. After lunch the probation officers came and gave a Chaperones were John presentation on what their Doubler who is the county jobs were like and the K9 council commander, Gloria officer and his dog visited Doubler, Rennae Krentz, with the group, and Marlys Pemble. Eleven students attended DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK Q: Spring flooding sea- son is fast approaching. How does the DNR mon- itor water levels in streams and rivers around the state? A: The DNR operates more than 80 near real- time telemetry stream gages across the state that provide critical stream flow and level data to communities and agencies before and during floods. Field crews are out all year maintaining these stations and more than 100 other stream gages, insuring the information will be avail- able when needed. The DNR maintains close contact with the National Weather Service and other agencies, coor- dinating and providing information not only dur- ing floods but during drought conditions as well. -Greg Kruse, DNR water monitoring and sur- veys unit supervisor" COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Wintery greetings to all! 500 card tournament was held Isn't it something, all of the on Monday with Eileen Elias snow over the past two taking first place, VireneShea weeks?! I believe that we've taking second and Elaine all had our fair share of scoop- Knott in third place. ing "heart attack" snow! Next week, there will be This week at Country View, Nail painting, Solitaire the tenants have had the Frenzy, Arts and Crafts, opportunity to participate in Yahtzee and Orange Day on various activities such as Friday. Arlene Knoblauch PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, will play special music on SkipBo, bone builders, Friday at 2p.m. stretching with Ashlee, the That's the news from the bus to Marshall, UNO, Bible country. Have a great Study and "tie day" and root "springy" week! beer floats on Friday. The poUl!'s Lawn & Landscaping Service 913 South Washington Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Douglas C. 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