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INDEX PAGE 2 COMMUNITY PAGE 9 PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE 10 PAGE 4 ARTS PAGE ] ] PAGE 5 PUBLIC NOTICE PAGE 12 FAMILYPAGE 6 CLASSIFIED PAGE 13 PAGE 7 AREA FOCUS PAGE 14 PAGE 8 i SPRING HICk SCHOOL BAN CONCERT PAGE 3 12, 2004 cents Y entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 36 14 PAGES Plus supplements tn local edition selor the year Tribune |--- For Mona Ourada school coun- a job she really loves. Ourada counseling at Westbrook/ following her graduation degree in school counseling Dakota State University in had already earned a degree in from Southwest Minnesota in Marshall. doing her under grad work in the school system, she discovered the school atmosphere was helping her to decide on a COunseling. She also completed (doing six hundred hours in school system. graduating in 1998 she was hired the school counselor. She said with the students. "They and their whole lives in she hsstudents in career assists them in obtaining for college as wall as helping COllege admissions. Mona also reference work for students schools to help them get a lot of individual counseling t school students. In the elemen- on classroom work teach- skills. . Mona Ourada Continued on page 14 nut Grove Rodeo Grove will be having a Bike 17th, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 Walnut Grove School. There and prizes. All children Kindergarten thru 4th grade Please bring your bikes to the sponsored by the Walnut Walnut Grove Lions and Grove Police Department. needed for parts GROVE--Missed the try- You missed the tryouts for the Wilder Pageant, and if girl between the ages of eight we need you. to co-directors Deb and Missy Erbes, they are parts for girls eight to fif- old. I are interested in getting a part beb Saxhaug at 629-3312 or at 629-8073. 7 54/37 58/37 Few showers. Mix of sun Highs in the and clouds. mid 50s and Highs in the lows in the upper 50s upper 30s. and lows in the upper 30s. WWG SPRING WEEK J Stephnie Zeug left, and Chandra Kolar worked on superintendent Loy Woelbers hair Friday afternoon. Woelber aggreed to allow them to color his hair if they raised a certain amount of money for the food shelves. "Wish The Spring Week theme was carried out at the dance Saturday night at the WatqUt Grove Community Center. At right Ashley Hansen and Jenna Jarmer were all smiles at the Spring Dance Saturday night. More Spring Week photos on Page 7. The mud tug-o-waris always a popular item at the Spring Week festivities last week. It was one of many activities held during the annual event. i i i i 63/42 Plenty of sun. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. 66/45 Scattered thunder- storms. Highs in the mid O[h, and lows in the mid REGION 3A ART COMPETION PAGE 11 Glenn and Marguerite Shaw Foundation Announced By Carolyn Van Loh Serntinel Tribune Walnut Grove has been good to me. I want to show my appreciation for our years in Walnut Grove, and this is a good way to do it, says 94-year-old Glenn Shaw, superintendent at the Walnut Grove Public School from 1951to 1974. Shaw announced the Glenn and Marguerite Shaw Foundation last week to the Walnut Grove Area Foundation board meeting. The Shaw Foundation is donating $10,000 to the city of Walnut Grove. Funds will be made available, but not lim- ited to, the following organizations: City of Walnut Grove for equipment and projects, Boy Scout, Girl Scouts, Food Shelf, 4-H clubs, Plum Creek Park, Walnut Grove Community Club, Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant, Local charity drives. Application forms are available through the Walnut Grove Economic Development Office located in the community building. Shaw, who is eager for groups to apply for funds, said, The sooner it gets working, the better. No more than $500 will be distributed annually to any one organiza- tion. Funds will be administered by the Walnut Grove Area Foundation. Glenn's wife Marguerite passed away in 1993. According to Glenn, she was a part of the team. High school alumni will recall the senior breakfast hosted each spring by Marguerite in the Shaw home. Shaw noted that he has spent more than half his life in Walnut Grove. He moved to the Grove Apartments about a year ago when housekeeping became too much for him. He thinks it is a wonderful thing the two schools [Walnut Grove and Westbrook] got together. Hi& advice to retiring Superintendent Steve Kjorness a few years ago was simple. You ve got to find something to do or you will go crazy. The Shaws spent the first two years of their retirement doing mission work in southeastern Kentucky. Glenn can be found at the Senior Dining most days. He presents a brief piece of inspiration and/or humor before offering the blessing on the meal. Westbrook to hold Bike Rodeo On Saturday, May 29th, the Westbrook Police Department will be hosting another Bike Rodeo for kids K through 6. This is to promote safe bicycling and to make you aware of some of the laws that go with it. We will be drawing for prizes and also some new bikes, so come on down and have some fun and maybe win a prize. INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS * ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2003 ,Sentinel Tribune