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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMLNITY Wednesday, May 8, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 6, 1998 Last Wednesday afternoon Jason Davis of KSTP along with his camera man did a video feature of the BOLT Enterprises entrepreneur class doing the routine busi- ness of manufacturing and marketing their "Prairie Smoke" barbeque sauce. Rich Sagmoe is the new club manager and grounds superintendent at Rolling 'Hills Golf Club. Sagmoe, who is a native of Hendricks, started his career at the Hendricks Country Club, fol- lowed by being assistant grounds keeper superinten- dent at Branson, MO for the past 3 years. Last Thursday night Jeff DeBates and James Churchill attended the Timberwolves game at the Target Center. DeBates was asked if he would like to participate in a half-time shot-out contest. DeBates, the last to shoot, did not get the grand prize, as the guy ahead of him won it. DeBates did make a half- court shot, with nothing but net. For his efforts, he won a seven day, all-expense paid trip to disney World for four, and a Cadillac to use while there, and a one week car rental anytime during the next year. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 5, 1983 Mike Tews and his family recently moved to Westbrook from Comfrey. Mike sells insurance for American Family Insurance. Marnee Ennenga was cho- sen by the Dovray Legion Auxiliary Unit 632 as their delegate to attend MN Girls State. The week-long event will be held at the College of St. Catherine's in St. Paul during June. Steve Elzenga, Mike Norsetegard, Mike Schultz, and David Schmidt set a new meet and school record in the 1600 relay at the Pipestone Invitational last week. Mike Wieske set a record in the shot. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO May 9, 1968 Westbrook street signs are now in place. Signs are now in position on one comer of every intersection in town. Now that street signs are installed, it will soon be required that all houses and business places in the village be numbered. Friends and neighbors joined forces recently to pre- pare over 300 acres of land on the Stanley and Junior Severson farms north of Dovray. Stanley has been the "work bee" which was held April 25. The Post Office Department will mark a half century of airmail service on May 15 at Washington, DC, with issuance of a 10-cent commemorative airmail stamp. The stamp is printed in black, blue, and red, and will go on sale her May 16. Westbrook 640 I st Ave. 507.274.6133 We will celebrate with coffee and cupcakes Tuesday, May 14 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION May 8-15, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Chicken strips, french flies, dessert, milk Thursday: Fish, mixed veggies, cole slaw, dessert, milk Friday: Salisbury steak, boiled potatoes, squash, des- sert, milk Monday: Beef tips/gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, dessert, milk Tuesday: BBQ pork, pota- to salad, dessert, milk Wednesday: Country steak, boiled potatoes, mixed veggies, dessert, milk Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. Project Day Spotlight Jane Pederson shows a group of 4-H members how to prepare strawberries for jam. Submitted photo Around 60 youth from three counties participated in the Cottonwood County 4-H project day spotlight on April 27 at the Windom school. Participants had the opportunity to sew a fleece hat, create a stepping stone, construct a kite, learn about robotics and make straw- berry jam. Youth in grades kindergarten through third grade also had a special ses- sion where they made plant- able paper, enjoyed a fruit snack and read a book. Volunteer presenters for the event included Elizabeth Johnson, Sherry Pankratz, Chrystal Dunker, Haylee Goulet, Jane and Juliana Pederson, and Crystal Reith. For more information regarding the 4-H program, contact the Extension office at 507-831-4022 or email mohrh002@umn.edu. hospitalized at Northwestern Hospital, Mpls. Eighteen Sanford Westbrook Medical Center New Life men and 18 rigs took part in celebrates National Nurses Week to n, )ld Horse Every year, National Nurses Week focuses atten- tion on the diverse ways America's 3.1 million nurses work to save lives and to improve the health of mil- lions of individuals. This year, the American Nurses Association has selected "Delivering Quality and Innovation in Patient Care" as the theme for 2013. Annually, National Nurses Week begins on May 6 and ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modem profes- sion. During this week, nurses at Sanford Westbrook Medical Center will be hon- ored by receiving special gifts and recognition. Jane Sabinske, Director of Nursing stated: "Nursing is the mainstay of the facility, they provide care round the clock every day whether it be an emergency or an inpa- tient stay in our hospital. Nurses at Sanford Westbrook provide care that is mean- ingful and compassionate for their patients daily which gives that special some- thing. Our nurses are highly skilled and competent to provide the care that patients need at any time. Nurses at Sanford Westbrook experi- ence a satisfying career". Sanford Westbrook Medical Center has 12 Registered nurses, 5 licensed practical nurses, and 3 certi- fied nursing assistants serv- ing on the hospital staff. Our nurses provide care for a variety of patients such as emergency room patients, outpatient infusions, chemo- therapy, inpatients, swing- :bed, diabetic services, RN :hotne. visits,: 'surgery, 'and outreach specialties. Traditionally, National Nurses Week is devoted to highlighting the diverse ways in which nurses, who comprise the largest health care profession, are working to improve health care. From bedside nursing in hospitals and long-term care facilities to the halls of research institutions, state legislatures, and Congress, the depth and breadth of the nursing profession is meet- ing the expanding health care needs of American society. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 Treatment Center Ride-a-thon The board and staff of New Life Treatment Center, Woodstock, MN announce the 34th Annual Horse Ride-a-thon. Horse with riders and horse drawn rigs will begin their trek from Pipestone County Fairgrounds and proceed to their destination at the cen- ter in Woodstock. The date is Saturday, May 18, begin- ning at 10 a.m. The Horse Ride-a-thon has been greatly enjoyed by all who participate and attend since 1980. If any fund raising efforts, we welcome you to join. There is no "entry fee" or mini- mum amount that any per- son must raise, all riders are welcome. The proceeds for the Horse Ride-a-thon this year will go towards new chairs in the dining room and lecture room. The Annul Horse Ride-a- thon will be concluded by lunch, awards, and prizes at the center at approximately 1:30 p.m., along with T-shirts for all participants. For further information, contact New Life Treatment rider-or buggy or wagon drivers would like to join Center, Woodstock at 507 .... the caravan, regardless of 777-4321. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph.507-274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Notice: City of Westbrook Ordinance #74 Annual Dog/Cat License is due between May I st and May 31% 2013. The fee is s5 per animal. Proof of inoculations against rabies must be presented or NO LICENSE WILL BE ISSUED. Tags must be on the Dogs and Cats. RunnBarking : sI05 At Sanford Tracy we recognize you want comprehensive health care from local providers at medical centers and clinics you know and trust. Providers who are convenient. Close to home. Connected to the community. Liangping Weng, MD, is accepting new patients who have a cancer diagnosis or blood disorder. He is committed to providing you a lifetime of health and healing. To schedule an appointment at Sanford Tracy Medical Center, call [507} 343-6100. SANF00}RD" Tracy t THRIFTY [ WHITE -Candy Call in and we will deliver it for you. Westbrook, MN 507-274-6114 212793