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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 11,2011 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST RSVP hosting informational meeting on "Self- TEN YEARS made to establish an Adult Services for Older Adults" AGO Day Service Center in Westbrook at the Parkview RSVP (Retired & Senior ing to live in their own home. May 9, 2001 Apartments, owned by Volunteer Program) will be Find out how you or your Marlin and Dana Schmidt. hosting an informational loved one can Live Well At The city council voted to Adult Day Service is a bridge meeting on "Self-Directed Home and get the help you approve the purchase of a between living independently Services for Older Adults" need. The meeting will be water slide for the city pool, and entering a nursing home. contingent on the recommen- the new trend in senior liv- held in the BARC library dations of the pool commit- ing. Self-directed services 1012 5th Ave. in Windom tee. Organizations haveindi-THIRTY offer individuals greater from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on coted they would donate toYEARS AGO choice, control, and responsi- Wednesday, May 18, 2011. the project. May 7, 1981 bility over the help and sup- Free to all interested. Light Junior and senior girls par- New owners, David and port they need while continu- refreshments will be served. ticipated in a self-defense Donna Stresemann took over course taught by Karate operation of the Bowling instructor Jeff Meyer of Alley and Cafe from Dolly Tracy. The class is deigned to and Digger Phelps. The help women protect them- Stresemann's have one selves in threatening situa- daughter, 5 years old, and tions, come to Westbrook from Becky Schulz broke theNew Germany, MN, where meet record, the school they operated a roofing cam- record, and tied the Paulsen pany. You are invited to attend a for meeting those needs; and Field high jump recordKris Bloch was crowned one-day workshop as part of prioritize transportation ser- Tuesday at the Arrow Relay 1981 Cottonwood Co. Dairy the Region 8 2011 Localvices for funding and imple- ifi Pipestone. Becky jumped Princess at a banquet and car- an outstanding 5'6". onation held Saturday eve- Human Service Transit mentation in Region 8. Shawn Wichmann receives award ning in Windom. Kris is the Coordination Plan. Currently, This workshop is an oppor- South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks Wildlife TWENTY daughter of Jim and Darlene numerous individuals in our tunity to provide your insight Conservation Officer Shown Wichmann was select- Bloch or Westbrook. Region have difficulty get- into the needs, issues and ed by the South Dakota Conservation Officers YEARS AGO Attendants are Brenda ting to medical appointments, barriers that exist among Association as 2010 Conservation Officer of the May 8, 1991 Jarmer, daughter of Vemon the grocery store, and church, transportation services and Specialist 4th class Kathy and Darlene Jarmer, Dundee; visiting family and friends, or identify strategies to better Year. Shown is married o Nicole (Spielman) Schultz, regular army spoke Kristi Johnson, daughter of fully participating in other coordinate transportation Wichmann, formerly of Westbrook. Submitted to elementary students Maynard and Ellen Johnson, important activities due to resources in the future, photo Tuesday morning. Schultz, Heron Lake. lack of transportation. Workshop details: an army operating room tech- Jay Kiilm, son of Mr. and Minnesota will address these Wednesday, May 25, 9:00- nician, spent several months Mrs. Roger Kiihn of Dovray, issues through the coordinat- 3:00 at Center for Regional in the Persian Gulf. Schultz, took 5th place in the novice ed planning process. Development meetingroom WESTBROOK SENIOR a Westbrook graduate, has division of the 4th Annual been in the army for the past hair Styling Contest at Model Coordinated transportation 2401Broadway Ave, Slayton, NUTRITION SERVICES 2 years, and prior to that was College of Hair Design in St. is meant to maximize con- MN a member of the National Cloud. Jay is a 1979 graduate sumers' access to all existing RSVP by May 13 required Guard for one year. of Westbrook High School. transportation services, to Annette Bair - phydev@ May 16-20, 2011 potatoes/gravy, carrots, fi'uit Arrangements have been including public, private, or 507-836-1631 Senior Nutrition Services crisp, dinner roll, milk non-profit, and human ser- Your knowledge and expe- serving at the Westbrook Friday: Baked chicken, vices entities, while minimiz- rience will help develop a Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. mashed potatoes/gravy, corn ins duplication of service complete view of the current each operating day. cake, bread, milk provision. The goal of the situation and the possible Monday: Egg and sausage For reservations callAngie Region 8 2011 Local Human solutions for the future. If bake, hashbrowns, fruit cup, at 274-6583 by noon one day Service Transit Coordination you have any questions about pudding, muffin, milk in advance. You may also call Plan is to identify the trans- the workshop or require spe- Tuesday: Swiss steak, the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- potatoes, green beans, pears, 985-8512. portation needs of individu- cial accommodations to par- bread, milk Lutheran Social Services als with disabilities, older ticipate, please contact Wednesday: Sweet and is funded in part under the adults, and people with low Annette at 507-836-1631. sour pork, rice, broccoli, Older Americans Act under incomes; provide strategies mandarin orange gelatin, contract with the Southwest brownie, bread, milk Agency on Aging. Thursday: Roast beef, Spring cleaning begins on Minnesota's : lakes and rivers As the snow melts and the ice relents, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is encour- aging people to join the Adopt-a-River program for the spring cleaning of public waters. In March and April, two groups cleared frozen lakes and five other groups cleared other areas of trash after the busy ice-fishing season. As soon as the high waters recede, 18 additional groups will do a spring cleaning of garbage from the shores of rivers and lakes near Rochester, Austin, Duluth, Madelia, Rush City and numerous Twin Cities loca- tions. "The DNR's Adopt-a- Banners goin up River Program helps citizens . Carl Conrad was busy putting up he Westbrook develop a sense of pride and Recently WWG stt nt the Westbrook parks and cemetery for banners last week with the aid of Dan Joel. ownership in their local waterways," said Paul their community service project. Nordell, Adopt-a-River coor- dinator. "This spring's groups include lake associations, pri- vate businesses, outdoor :: clubs, schools, service clubs, government agencies, or sim- + " For a Founding Father, I,i:: ply individuals doesn't know much about helping !, : For more information a kid get a student loan. about how to help clean PETS MADE EASY. GOVERNMENT Minnesota's lakes, rivers, y,t ~y in the g enr knows everything about the :ii'~i[i goveenment So when you need official into about Social Security, MADE EASY. wetlands, ditches or ravines - public waters, visit mndnr. :i!i!~:getting ~ student loan, renewing a driver's license, or it" you're just checki~ your 1dent weather, go to FirstGov, go~; A monumental source gov/adoptriver or email adop- or use i infi,rrnatkm. USA gay FIRSTGOVgov Your official source tso0 ,NFO for federal, state and 1 (800) FED-INFO local government info. .~p~.~,~o~u.s.a~=~s~,~ ~.~.~.~. CLAY PETERSON Unique 'Engaging Experiences Clear Lake Mason City, 10w ured a snowmobile accident Jan. 8 Meal Served from 4:30 to 7:30 pm Pork Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Chips, Ice Cream and Beverage AMERICAN LEGION 106 East 1st Ave Lamberton, MN Free Will Donation with supplemental funds from Cottonwood County Thrivent Raffle Drawing following the meal (need not be present to win) Live Auction will follow with Supplemental funds up to $2,500 from Modern Woodmen of America Chapter 9467 Monetary donations may be made to the "Clay Peterson Benefit" at First Security Bank of Storden or Lamberton. For a listing of donated items go to: 188334 you FRANK:LLOYD ilii A CiI [ iiI iiii iiii 800,28.5,5338 800-423r5724