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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, May 12, 2004 Page 7 "Wish Upon a Star" of gals were having a great time "line Dancing"? Friday night at dance in Walnut Grove and staff had a rousing game of Dodge ball as one of the Spring / students seemed to enjoy Mr. Woelber's new hair style. Soccer team falls to Redwood Falls By Coach Goetstouwers Last Saturday, May 8, the U-10 soccer team lost against Redwood Falls 7-0. The under-14 team played 2 games. In the first game of the season and the organiza- tion, they beat Fairmont "Red" 3-1. WWG's goalie, Tony Vang, played goalie for the first time and did great. He made a terrific save at the end of the game to keep the other team to 1 goal. WWG's first 2 goals were made by Steve Her and assisted by Shueleng Yang. The third goal was made by Shueleng. At ttiis game, the players played the best Mr. Goetstouwers, the coach, has seen. They hustled, played great defense, and passed beautifully. In the second game, the under-14 team lost a close one 2-1 against Fairmont "White." It was apparent they we were starting to run out of gas since they had to play 2 games back-to-back. Shueleng Yang was the sole scorer in this game. During both games, the defense of WWG played fan- tastic. The defensive team of Pa Ia Yang, Mai Yang, Jenew Yang, and Teng Her prevented any chances for the other teams to get any easy goals. The under-19 team had a game on Saturday against Fairmont as well, but only half of the WWG team showed up. For the half that played, they hustled and fought the best that they could, but without any sub- stitutions, struggled to come out with a victory. Dear Readers, Hello'. My name is Sarah Oliver and I'm in fifth grade from West Ridge Elm. in Harlan, IA. Our class is studying the history and geography of the U.S. We would appreciate it if you could send us a souvenir, post card, or information about Minnesota, so we can learn more about our coun- try. Our teacher would like a car licenseplate if possible for the school project. I thank you for the time. Sincerely, Sarah Oliver West Ridge Elm. 1401 19th Street Harlan, IA 51537 g concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. in Minnesota" 4th Street Tracy Ph. 532-9430 Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home 507-274-6700 Westbrook, MN. 507-859-2161 Walnut Grove, MN O Sanborn, Lucan, Avoca - MAIN 752-7352 Y Grove, MN. MN xd's Center MN. Sentinel Tribune Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Koblegard Auto 859-2220 Walnut Grove, MN. k a's I,..e. lr.mr, m l Sm-,. Your local long term provider since 1961 149 Rrst Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 507-2746155 i i r i i BRRR . . It,s cold in here said Eric Noomen after going into the dunk tank last week. Auto & R.V. Repair W h.eel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modem body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. 507- 274-6166 Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. com 6otf Corner By Jan Lindaman GOLF CORNER by Jan Lindaman May 9, 2004 The past couple of weeks we've covered some DO's when parents teach their children to golf. As with anything, there are always some DON'TS. These next couple of weeks we will touch on those points. DON'T ... MAKE IT MANDATORY!! If they want to play or practice, that's super, but don't make it mandatory that the3' have to spend so much time each day. Let the golf coach- es on the school team set those guidelines. DON'T... OVERSCHEDULE! As with so many things inn our lives, we can overdo a good thing. By going golfing with them once or twice a week instead of every day, that will keep them wanting more, instead of tiring them out. DON'T ............. CORRECT THEM ON EVERY SHOT! More encouragement and praise of what they did right will go a long ways, while micro-managing could lead to burnout. DON'T... GIVE THEM TOO MUCH INFORMATION! Focusing on one specific task at a time is ideal. When we give them too much information, their minds get muddled and it's hard to concentrate on it all at once. Golf leagues started fbr both the men and the women yes- terday and today. Early results will be in next week's paper. The men's intermediate (or late) league will not start until Wed., May 26. Senior's Golf will begin Monday, May 17, at 9:00 a.m. The school's golf team has only 1 meet left at Rolling Hills and that is Thurs., May 13 at 4:30. The course will be closed until 6:30. The YOUTH TOURNAMENT will be held earli- er this year in hopes that the golf team members will partic- ipate. That is scheduled for Monday, June 7 at 9 AM. Encourage your children to participate. Another upcoming tournament is the 1-Person Scramble set for Sunday, May 23rd. This was changed from the origi- nal events schedule. Registration is at 8 AaM and shot-gun start at 8:45 AM. It will be 18 holes of scramble where you will hit each shot 2 times and pick the best one. This is a new type of tournament so come out and try it. Help is needed from anyone who can help on our work day on Monday, May 24th. We will be staining the deck, fixing the roof, as well as other projects. Put it on your calendar. Deb Haar was the winner of the Mothers' Day buffet mar- ket basket. Thoughts for you to ponder this next week: '7're had a good day when I don't fall out of the cart." Buddy Hackett "Golf ccln best be defined (Is (Jn endless series of tragedies obscured by the occasional miracle." Anonymous Be back next week with more DON'TS. Meanwhile, Keep Smiling! New Life Treatment Center Annual Horse-Ride-A-Thon The board and staff of New Life Treatment Center announces the Annual Horse-Ride-a-Then. Horses and their riders and horse- drawn rigs will begin their trek from Pipestone County Fairgrounds and proceed to their destination at he Center in Woodstock. The date is Saturday, May 22, 2004, beginning at 10:00 a.m. The Horse-Ride-a-Then has been greatly enjoyed by all who participate and attend. If any rider or buggy or wagon puller would like to join the caravan, regardless of fund raising efforts, we welcome you to join. There is no "entry fee" or minimum amount that any person must raise, all riders are welcome. The proceeds for the Horse Ride-a-Then will be used for the furnishings in the residents rooms. "Awards and prizes will be presented in recognition of various cat- egories. The Annual Horse Ride- a-Thon will be concluded by a lunch served at the Center at approximately 1:30 p.m. If you want further informa- tion, contact New Life Treatment Center, Woodstock, MN, (507) 777- 4321. Parish Nurse Preparation Program offered A Parish Nurse Preparation Program which prepares nurses to initiate and maintain a parish nurse ministry within a faith com- munity will be offered at Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar, MN on June 28,29,30, July 7,8. This is a 42 hour continuing educa- tion approved course. Registration deadline is June 1, 2004. For a registra- tion form or further informa- tion, contact Mary Autherman at Dept. of Nursing, Augustana College, 2001 S. Summit, Sioux Falls, SD 57197, 605-274-4929 or Mary Ann Miller at 320-289- 2657. Murray Co. 4-H Calendar May 12-- 4-H McAmbies Day Camp Planning Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Extension Office May 17 -- 4-H Clothing Committee Planning Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Extension Office May 17 -- ID forms due in office for dairy, horse, dog, rabbits, swine, sheep and breeding beef. May 20 -- 4-H Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics/Pork Quality Assurance Training, 7:00 p.m., Room B, Murray County Government Center, Slayton May 21 -- YELLO! registration deadline CLASSIFIEDADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS