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SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, May 1, 1991 The Animal Puppet Theatre WESTBROOK -- The Elementary school presented a "Story in Songs" featuring several characters. Above Connie Knott directs some of the younger singers. St Photo. Puppeteers WESTBROOK -- Youthful puppeteers performed songs from "In the Barnyard" during the second act. ST Photo. Songsters in motion WESTBROOK -- Along with the songs these youngsters put their all Into the motions as well, ST. PhotO. Bike-A-Then riders fight childhood cancer Today we call upon all Stillwater, MN, April 26 and 27, was the meeting place of the Upper-midwest Environmental Education Symposium. This symposium was a meeting of environmental educators and activists from all over the world. This group of planners has, as its main thrust, the goal of improving the earth's environment by improving the environmental education of our children. While at times the group seems to have an international objective, the plans and efforts of the people at the local and individual levels are recognized as the foundation of a successful achievement of goals. The Stiilwater symposium was designed to bring together environmental educators and activists from throughout the state of Minnesota to discuss, share ideas, and create a network of programs to improve the quality and quantity of environmental education in our schools. Mr. Jzimes L. Ballard, science teacher for the Westbrook/Walnut Grove Middle School, was invited by the symposium to present his recent paper, "Regional Field Programs and Alternative Energy Education." Mr. Ballard demonstrated efforts being used by our local middle school to support and improve student's environmental education. The two main topics discussed were the middle school's planned, "Passive Solar Heated Green House and Life Science Study Area" and "National Energy Education Project 1991-92" an activity planned for next year's school calendar. "Participation in discussions with other symposium leaders offered a wealth of additional, new, and creative ideas that can be utilized to improve our efforts, here in Walnut Grove," Mr. Ballard said. "It was also nice to be able to demonstrate, to those city folks, the fore-sightedness and progressive thinking that's happening out here on the prairie" Ballard commented. Individuals leading the symposium included Claus Nobel, Nobel Prize Committee, Senator Gaylord Nelson, National Earth Watch, Hubert "Skip" Humphrey III, Minnesota Attorney General, and many other high level environmental activists. The symposium was hosted by the Minnesota State Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Stillwater School Board using a grant from the National Environmental Protection Agency. Business Ed classes participate in Business Skills Olympics Haley Johnson and Sarah Haar gold medal winners Photo. Members of FLG-FHA attend State Convention The WWG Senior and Middle School FLH-FHA was represented at the State Convention in Bloomington on April 25 - 27 by the following members: Sara Buss, Kim Klontz, Amy Hemmert, Heather Brand, Joy Schuknecht, Haley Johrjson, Sarah Haar and Jenny Enstad. Sara and Joy served as voting delegates. Heather Brand ran for state office, Kim was a judge for sl " events and Haley and Sarah presented their star event, to the Land," and medals for their highest award you can The members listened variety of speakers and workshops and viewed events that were being They were chapc Donna Knudson. Jodi of St. Benedicts served as a star event judge- Care & Share project WALNUT GROVE -- Last week Lutheran Brotherhood 8290 members purchased $400 worth of groceries Walnut Grove Food Shelf. Pictured left to right Anderson, Wilma Herder, Laura Anderson and Ead ST Photo. Twenty-three students represented WWG HS at the ) Business Skills Olympics held at // !' Jackson Technical College on April 19th. These students placed in the top ten in these categories: Typing - Speed--Jodi Jackels. The covered wagon was first built by the German farmers of Kiasse Sales & Service 274-6166 Westbrook, MN. from "Cyrano', pianist Shelley Benson. ce Westbrook, MN 56183 -- Ph. 274-6166 mr, iNl ial T01 llall 1olwnloIK ,- il III FRIGIDAIRE ENERGY SAVERS [] FRIGIDAIRE BBGY SAVE Prepare for an evening of excellent repast, outstanding awards in speech, drama, music, scholarship, and a National Honor Society Induction. There will also be entertainment by the Charger Vocal Jazz Choir, the Pageant Singers, Joyful Sound, Plum Creek Brass, a readiag I Westbrook/Walnut Grove residents Filing---Dawn Scarset, Michelle to join the St. Judes Childrens Lindaman and JodiJackels. I Research Hospital Wheels for Life Typing Production---Joey 11 Bike-A-Then slated for May 18 Halstenson and Ryan Knudson. from 9 a.m. - 12 noon at Computer Literacy--Shelly The Marshall Area Men'S Westbrook Elementary School. Wahl. g (Rain date will be May 25). Accounting--Matt Warner. Chorus would like to Local delivery includ Volunteer workers and riders are Business Knowledge Cari needed for this Bike-A-Then to Miller and Juhl Erickson. thank all who supported raise funds for the world famous Proofreading and Spelling : research center in it's battle against --Wayne Hanson. I[JtS in our recen " childhood cancer and other Business Math---Sandy Carter t, Oriq, 11 catastrophic childhood diseases, and Merri Riddell. seT'i, OJ, "We're looking for riders and The schools that participated Fabulous Fifttes. dmner helpers who will contribute" their were Westbrook/Walnut Grove, Ill / time and talent to help children Windom, Jackson, Worthington, show presentatmns at l OSt since they are the ones who can andEstherville, IA. 'lilacs, Marshall and make this Bike-A-Then Dawn Scarset finished second in Granite Falls. , ~ fi eciam In the Wheels For Life Bike-A-certificate. Mr. Leo Theisen and Then, riders ask sponsors to make Mrs. Lynn Arndt are the Business Thank You! a donation based on each mile Ed teachers. NOW. THE REFRIGERATORS THAT CAN DO SOMETHING YOUR completed. All riders turning in OLD ONE CAN'T: . ou re c~ our lO- air old 15.2 CO It money will receive a certificate. y . . Those who raise $30.00 will get a IBAV Villi IIIItttl/ Fdgl lre Frost-Proof aefrig r tor with new ccrtJtlCa[e and a special St. Ju. e T- rl"lll IlUI~ IIJRIl~lrl 16.0 u. ft. Frigidaire Frost-Proof Refdgeretor: shirt. When $75.00 is raised, the rider receives a barrel tote bag as HEAR YEll HEAR YEll well as the certificate and the T- -o have aNew i for lU $489 Contact Kim Lamb, 274-6718 YOU are cordially invited to the FIRST model St i for details on riding or sponsoring arider. ANNUAL WESTBROOK WALNUT St. Jude Hospital was founded GROVE FINE ARTS BANQUET to be by Danny Thomas, and operates primarily from public support, held on Saturday, May 4th, 1991 in the S-32, 33,34 High School Gym is Westbrook, MN. ! "" Potluck Banquet starts at 6.30 p.m. Bring a casserole or salad to pass for 8 to 10 people. I i UL J -. ng o,be,h.n Glass Installed Cost is adults $2, students $1, preschool free. Frigidaire Refrigerator. chancel Ire your If the family comes without a dish to pass the cost is savings will be Is much, or more. Headquarters for all . Glass Replacement adults $5, students $3, preschool free. t~l I1~ I II~ll IIl~l-Ilill l- I~lllll A IIIttl, IlllIl.ll~ ll~ i RlI~[.l~lI~ i - ALL CARS & TRUCKS-